4pp, fol., two half-inch chips on with some loss of text on pages 2, 3 and 4, ink smudges on page 4. "I plan to set out for Ticonderoga and Fort Independence next week." Complaining about the difficulty of compiling company returns for the many outposts in the Northern Department. -- LANSING, John. ALS to Col. Richard Varick, Fort Edward, 14 July 1777. 3 pp, 4to. Reporting movement of British troops from Skenesborough to Ticonderoga. Discusses General Schuyler's problems with Congress. "I hope the Day will come when his distinguished Exertions will extort the applause of those who are now by misrepresentations induced to fault his conduct." -- CAMPBELL, Hugh. ADS, 30 March 1773. 1p, small fol. An account listing various goods received, including £1 pound in cash at Ticonderoga. -- LIVINGSTON, Henry [Beekman] (1750-1831). ALS to unidentified person, Fort Edward, 12 October 1780, at 3.a.m 4pp., 8vo. Describing the arrival of some Continental officers who escaped capture at Fort Anne and Fort George. --FONDA, Jelles (1727-1790) Manuscript DS, County of Tryon, 11 April 1774, as Justice of the Peace, Tryon County. 1p, folio. A liquor license. -- FONDA. ALS (a copy) from Jelles Fonda (1727-1790) to Sir John Johnson (1742-1830), Tryon County, 23 August 1783. 1 p, 4to, tear along right edge. Thanking Johnson for returning slaves captured during 1780 raid, and for being "so good as to promise... that you would have my Negars Collected and sent to me here." -- JOHNSON, John. (1742-1830). ALS to Maj. Jelles Fonda, n.d., (ca. 1775). 1p, 8vo. Asking Fonda to send saddles and venison. --VAN SCHAIK, Goose. ALS to Governor Clinton, Fort Schuyler, 24 April 1779. 2pp, fol. A report to Governor Clinton concerning the OnandAga Expedition. "...The Officers & Soldiers...all behaved with a truly determined Spirit upon this occasion, and went through the severity of a Laborious March with the greatest Cheerfulness..." --WOOD, John. ALS to Governor George Clinton, Montreal, 19 October 1782. 3pp, 4to. A plea for money from Wood while a British POW in Montreal to Governor Clinton. He and other officers "have been confined on our bare Rations which rendered our situation exceedingly disagreeable and distressing." -- HAMTRAMACK, John Francis. ALS to General Philip Schuyler, Albany, 20 December 1776. 3pp, 4to. A petition for payment in recognition of his service to the American cause. -- CAMPBELL, Donald. ALS, to "Dear General," Philadelphia, 3 September 1781. 1p, 4to. Discussing a lottery ticket bought to previous year and wishing him success in the upcoming campaigns in New York and Virginia conquering "our base enemies there." --TRUMBULL, Benjamin. AD, 18 October 1775. 2pp 8vo fragment. A "Return of captives, provisions, military stores, ordnance, etc. surrendered with the Fort at Chambli to the American troops October 18, 1775." Together 13 items. (13) " /> [REVOLUTIONARY WAR, NEW YORK STATE]. SHIPPEN, William Jr. ALS to Jonathan Potts, Deputy Director General of the Hospital in the Northern Department, Philadelphia, 25 August 1777. <I>2pp, fol., second page inlaid</I>. Comments on Burgoyne's movement: "I am afraid he will retire to that important Fortress Ticonderoga." Reports seeing General Washington march through the city on the 24th at the head of 10,000 troops, and expects that force to be augmented and nearly doubled in size within the week. "Howe will not dare to meet him." -- VARICK, Richard (1753-1831). ALS to Col. Ward, Albany, 16 May 1777. <I>4pp, fol., two half-inch chips on with some loss of text on pages 2, 3 and 4, ink smudges on page 4</I>. "I plan to set out for Ticonderoga and Fort Independence next week." Complaining about the difficulty of compiling company returns for the many outposts in the Northern Department. -- LANSING, John. ALS to Col. Richard Varick, Fort Edward, 14 July 1777. <I>3 pp, 4to</I>. Reporting movement of British troops from Skenesborough to Ticonderoga. Discusses General Schuyler's problems with Congress. "I hope the Day will come when his distinguished Exertions will extort the applause of those who are now by misrepresentations induced to fault his conduct." -- CAMPBELL, Hugh. ADS, 30 March 1773. <I>1p, small fol</I>. An account listing various goods received, including £1 pound in cash at Ticonderoga. -- LIVINGSTON, Henry [Beekman] (1750-1831). ALS to unidentified person, Fort Edward, 12 October 1780, at 3.a.m <I>4pp., 8vo</I>. Describing the arrival of some Continental officers who escaped capture at Fort Anne and Fort George. --FONDA, Jelles (1727-1790) Manuscript DS, County of Tryon, 11 April 1774, as Justice of the Peace, Tryon County. <I>1p, folio</I>. A liquor license. -- FONDA. ALS (a copy) from Jelles Fonda (1727-1790) to Sir John Johnson (1742-1830), Tryon County, 23 August 1783. 1 p, 4to, tear along right edge. Thanking Johnson for returning slaves captured during 1780 raid, and for being "so good as to promise... that you would have my Negars Collected and sent to me here." -- JOHNSON, John. (1742-1830). ALS to Maj. Jelles Fonda, n.d., (ca. 1775). <I>1p, 8vo</I>. Asking Fonda to send saddles and venison. --VAN SCHAIK, Goose. ALS to Governor Clinton, Fort Schuyler, 24 April 1779. <I>2pp, fol</I>. A report to Governor Clinton concerning the OnandAga Expedition. "...The Officers & Soldiers...all behaved with a truly determined Spirit upon this occasion, and went through the severity of a Laborious March with the greatest Cheerfulness..." --WOOD, John. ALS to Governor George Clinton, Montreal, 19 October 1782. <I>3pp, 4to</I>. A plea for money from Wood while a British POW in Montreal to Governor Clinton. He and other officers "have been confined on our bare Rations which rendered our situation exceedingly disagreeable and distressing." -- HAMTRAMACK, John Francis. ALS to General Philip Schuyler, Albany, 20 December 1776. <I>3pp, 4to</I>. A petition for payment in recognition of his service to the American cause. -- CAMPBELL, Donald. ALS, to "Dear General," Philadelphia, 3 September 1781. <I>1p, 4to</I>. Discussing a lottery ticket bought to previous year and wishing him success in the upcoming campaigns in New York and Virginia conquering "our base enemies there." --TRUMBULL, Benjamin. AD, 18 October 1775. <I>2pp 8vo fragment</I>. A "Return of captives, provisions, military stores, ordnance, etc. surrendered with the Fort at Chambli to the American troops October 18, 1775." <I>Together 13 items</I>. (13) | Christie's