Letter to T. & J. Fleet, asking that advertisement for … of his “Concise historical view of…New England” omit the phrase “Humbly inscribed to one of His Majesty’s principal secretaries of state
by Amos Adams, 1717-1775; T. Fleet, J. Fleet

Letter to Jedediah Foster about two Loyalists who plot to take over town meeting and appoint Justices without consulting Council
by Paul Mandell, 1723-1809; Jedediah Foster, 1726-1779, recipient; Spooner, of Brookline, Mass; White, of Brookline, Mass.

Copy of a letter to General Sir William Howe about insults from British officer and possible exchange of General Charles Lee
by George Washington, 1732-1799; William Howie,  Viscount Howe, 1729-1814 recipient; Charles Lee, 1731-1782; Colonel Walcot,