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ConnecticutHKP 1-11a (Letter to HK from David Maccluer)
HKP 55-23 (Roll of Muster of Captn. E. Hpskins Company Conn. Light Infy. for the Months of Oct. Nov. & Dec. 1783 & part of Jan 1784. Including rank, names, term of inlistmnt, casualties, mustered, time since last mustered, alliration since last muster.)
Connecticut RiverHKP 55-101 (Reasons why Springfield is more proper than Brookfield for Magazines [Undated])
ConnecticutHKP 55-101 (Reasons why Springfield is more proper than Brookfield for Magazines [Undated])
HKP 2-17 (Congressional appointment of William Burbeck to First Lieutenant Colonel in the Regiment of Artillery commanded by HK [1/1/1776])
HKP 2-20 (Congressional appointment of John Popkins, Esq. to the rank of Captain of a company in the Regiment of Artillery commanded by HK [1/4/1776])
HKP 1-164 (Letter from HK to LK discussing officers and news [Date illegible, faint text])
HKP 1-165 (Letter to HK from Jos. Howland sending hosiery, and expressing anger at the removal of stock from Fishers Island [8/13/1775])
HKP 3-32 (Wm. Knox to HK relaying war news [9/1/1776])
HKP 3-28 (HK to LK discussing social and war news [8/26/1776])
HKP 3-44 (W. Knox to HK admonishing him for lack of news and providing his own [9/15/1776])
HKP 3-105 (Troops furnished by State [1776])
HKP 3-98 (Congress to HK promoting him to Brigadier General of Artillery [12/27/1776])
HKP 3-101 (Expenses from Cap. Wm. Perkin [Undated]; "A Plan for the establishment of a Corps of Continental Artillery" [Undated])
HKP 3-139 (Letter to HK from brother expressing affection and tracking belongings [3/23/1777,some names illegible])

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