Letter from the Committee of Portsmouth, New Hampshire, to General Washington, October 19, informing him of the burning of Falmouth, and of their defenceless condition in case of an attack, as they have but seventeen barrels of Powder
New-Hampshire, Portsmouth Committee of Correspondence
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