Journals of Henry Dearborn, 1776-1783

Henry Dearborn

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At the meeting of the Massachusetts Historical Society, April 15, 1886, Judge Chamberlain, in describing the Journal of Captain Henry Dearborn in Arnold's Quebec Expeditions in 1775-1776, referred to three other of Dearborn's journals in the Boston. Public Library. The first of these journals, from July 25, 1776, to Dec. 4, 1777, consisting of eight folio pages, is attached to the Quebec Journal. The second, from Dec. 5, 1777, to June 16, 1778, is in a quarto volume of one hundred and forty-four pages, the first five of which are copies of Congressional Resolves relating to the Army, and the last seventy pages are accounts, receipts, and songs. The third portion, from June 20, 1782, to March 1, 1783, is an oblong quarto volume of forty-seven pages, the last twenty-seven being miscellaneous matters. These have now been brought together. They are printed with strict adherence to the form, spelling, and punctuation of the originals. Their history, so far as is known, is given in a foot-note to the Quebec Journal.

Journal of Henry Dearborn, from July 25, 1776, to December 4, 1777.

1776. July 25 I set out for New York where our main army then lay to settle my accounts - I remained at N York until the enimy took possession of Long Island, & our army was about quiting the City, & then returned home:

Decem' 30th I set out for Philadelphia to settle some accounts with congress, I was obliged to go to Baltimore in Maryland, Congress having retreeted from Philadelphia to that place. - I stayd there 10 days, & returnd home.
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