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0000 0000 2551 7154
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Laurens, Henry
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Dates: 
1724-1792
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Chesnutt, David R.
Continental Congress Broadside Collection (Library of Congress)
Hamer, Philip May (1891-1971)
Laurens, John (1754-1782)
Ramsay, David (1749-1815)
Ramsay, Martha Laurens (1759-1811)
Rogers, George C. (1922-1997)
South Carolina Historical Society
Thomson, Charles (1729-1824)
United States. Continental Congress
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address of the Congress to the inhabitants of the United States of America, An : Friends and countrymen, three years have now passed away since the commencement of the present war. ...
American Revolution, the cause of liberty., The
American soldier; the life of John Laurens drawn largely from correspondence between his father and himself., An
Articles of Confederation and perpetual union between the states of New Hampshire, Massachusetts Bay, Rhode Island, and Providence Plantations, Connecticut, New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Delaware, Maryland, Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, and Georgia.
By the Congress of the United States of America. Manifesto : These United States, having been driven to hostilities by the oppressive and tyrannous measures of Great-Britain ... they declared themselves free and independent. ...
Correspondence of Henry Laurens, of South Carolina
Extracts from the proceedings of the High Court of Vice-Admiralty, in Charlestown, South-Carolina, upon six several informations
Morrisania
Mr. Lauren's true state of the case by which his candor to Mr. Edmund Jenings is manifested, and the tricks of Mr. Jenings are detected
Papers of henry laurens
South carolina protest against slavery being a letter from henry laurens, second president of the continental congress, to his son, colonel john laurens, dated charleston, s.c., august 14th, 1776
United States. Continental Congress. A proclamation. Whereas Congress have received information and complaints, "that violences have been done by American armed vessels to neutral nations ... 1778:
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