The Dutch Republic and American Independence

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ARCHIVAL MATERIALS
Amsterdam, Gemeentearchief
Archief Six van Hillegom
Ann Arbor, William L. Clemens ( University of Michigan) Library
Lewis Cass Papers
Clinton Papers
Sydney Papers
Vaughan Papers
Boston, Massachusetts Historical Society Adams Papers
Haarlem, Rijksarchief in Noord-Holland Collection Van der Meulen
The Hague, Algemeen Rijksarchief
Archief Van Bleiswijk
Archief Buitenlandse Zaken
Archief Van der Capellen tot den Pol
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Archief Hardenbroek
Archief Van Hogendorp
Archief Van Slingelandt
Archief Staten-Generaal
Archief West Indische Compagnie
Archief Vreede and Van Marle
Collection Dumont-Pigalle
Collection H. Nieuwenhuisen
Charles W. F. Dumas Letterbook
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Resolutiën Staten van Holland vóór 1795
Secrete Resolutiën Staten-Generaal
Leeuwarden, Gemeentearchief
Archief Sociëteit Door Vrijheid en Yver
Leiden, Gemeentearchief
Archief Luzac
Collection Van Heukelom
Oneida, N.Y., Historical Society
"Geslacht-Boek'
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Philadelphia, American Philosophical Society
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Franklin Papers
Philadelphia, Historical Society of Pennsylvania
Simon Gratz Collection
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Newspapers

Nouvelles Extraordinaires de Divers Endroits [generally known as Gazette de Leyde]. Leiden

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De Staatsman. Utrecht

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