COLLECTION GUIDES

1659-1916

Guide to the Microfilm Edition


Collection Summary

Abstract

This collection consists of the papers of Robert Treat Paine, Massachusetts lawyer, politician, member of the First Continental Congress (1774), signer of the Declaration of Independence, and justice of the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court. The collection also contains the papers of other family members, including Thomas Paine.

Biographical Sketches

Thomas Paine

Thomas Paine (1694-1757), a native of Barnstable, Mass., graduated from Harvard College in 1717. He worked as an itinerant preacher until, in 1719, he was ordained as the minister of Weymouth. In 1721, he married Eunice Treat of Boston, daughter of Rev. Samuel Treat of Eastham and granddaughter of Rev. Samuel Willard of the Old South Church, Boston. Paine left the ministry in 1734 and embarked on a career as a merchant in Boston, often suffering from the vagaries of trade in the 1740s. In 1754, he moved to Halifax, Nova Scotia, but became ill and returned to Boston in 1756. He died the following year in Germantown at the home of his daughter Abigail Greenleaf.

Paine's surviving children were: Abigail (1725-1809), who married Joseph Greenleaf; Robert Treat Paine (1731-1814); and Eunice Paine (1733-1803), unmarried sister and frequent correspondent of Robert Treat Paine.

Robert Treat Paine

Robert Treat Paine (1731-1814), son of Thomas Paine (1694-1757), was born in Boston, attended the Boston Latin School, and graduated from Harvard College in 1749. For one year, he taught school in Lunenburg, Mass., then worked as a merchant in the southern trade, traveling to the Azores and Spain and on a whaling voyage to Greenland. In 1755, he served as chaplain for the Crown Point campaign. Paine returned to Boston in 1756 to continue his law studies, which he had begun informally two years earlier in Lancaster, Mass. He studied under Benjamin Prat and was admitted to the bar in 1757. Initially burdened with the settlement of his father's insolvent estate, Paine moved to Taunton in 1761, where he developed his legal practice, following the circuit of courts through Massachusetts and the province of Maine. He was appointed a justice of the peace in 1763, served in various local capacities, and was eventually elected to represent Taunton in the state legislature beginning in 1773.

Paine's involvement in provincial politics began in 1770, when the town of Boston asked him to assist in the prosecution of the Boston Massacre trials. A member of the Massachusetts delegation to the First Continental Congress in 1774, he served in Philadelphia as chairman of the ordnance committee and was among the signers of the Declaration of Independence. He represented Taunton in the three Provincial Congresses and returned to the state legislature in 1777, when he was chosen Speaker pro tempore. Elected attorney general that same year, Paine supervised the condemnation of Tory estates, prosecuted the insurgents of Shays' Rebellion, participated in the Commonwealth's Constitutional Convention, and served on the committee to revise the laws. In 1790, he was appointed an associate justice of the Supreme Judicial Court of Massachusetts and served on the bench until his retirement in 1804. He died in Boston in 1814, aged 80.

Paine was married to Sally Cobb of Taunton (1744-1816), sister of Gen. David Cobb. Their eight children were: Robert (1770-1798), Sally (1772-1823), Thomas (who, in 1801, changed his name to Robert Treat Paine, Jr.) (1773-1811), Charles (1775-1810), Henry (1777-1814), Mary (1780-1842), Maria Antoinette (1782-1842), and Lucretia (1785-1823).

Sources

For further information on Thomas Paine (1694-1757), see Sibley's Harvard Graduates, 6: 201-207.

For further information on Robert Treat Paine (1731-1814), see Sibley's Harvard Graduates, 12: 462-482.

Collection Description

This collection consists of the papers of Robert Treat Paine (1731-1814), Massachusetts lawyer, politician, member of the First Continental Congress (1774), signer of the Declaration of Independence, and justice of the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court. Included are correspondence; account books (1751-1814); business and legal papers kept by Paine as a lawyer, attorney general, and judge; minutes of trials, including the Boston Massacre and Shays' Rebellion trials; and documents related to his work as a local and state politician. Earlier papers include his sea journals/logbooks (1750-1754) kept on trading voyages to Cape Hatteras and North Carolina, the Azores, and Cadiz, Spain, and on a whaling voyage off Greenland; diaries (1745-1814); and sermons given in Massachusetts and as chaplain on the Crown Point Expedition during the French and Indian War (1755).

The collection also contains the papers of other family members, a significant amount of Paine family correspondence, and legal and financial papers (including the estates of Robert Treat Paine and his father Thomas). Papers of family members include the annotated almanacs (1716-1750) and sermons (1724-1733) of Paine's father Thomas Paine (1694-1757); the diary (1785-1791) of Paine's son Robert Paine (1770-1798); and the astronomical observations (1833-1837) of Paine's grandson Robert Treat Paine (1803-1885). Other family members represented in the collection include Paine's sons Robert Treat Paine, Jr. (1773-1811) (originally Thomas Paine) and Charles Paine (1775-1810); grandson Charles Cushing Paine (1808-1874); and great-grandson Charles Jackson Paine (1833-1916). The collection also contains catalogs of private libraries and genealogical information. Among the many correspondents are Richard Cranch, Joseph Greenleaf, John Hancock, David Cobb, Shearjashub Bourne, and Elbridge Gerry.

Arrangement

A one-volume index to the Paine papers was prepared by Charles Cushing Paine, and many of the items in this collection were numbered in the upper right-hand corner. This index, located at the end of Reel 8 (Series I.N.), reflects an earlier arrangement of the collection and is now obsolete.

This revised microfilm edition supercedes all previous guides to the Robert Treat Paine papers, including the 1991 Guide to the Microfilm Edition of the Robert Treat Paine Papers, microfilmed on Reel 1.

Acquisition Information

The first items in this collection, two manuscript sermons by Thomas Paine, were donated to the MHS on April 12, 1888, by Robert Treat Paine (1861-1943) from the estate of his late cousin Robert Treat Paine (1803-1885). The first major group of papers came from John B. Paine, Helen P. Kimball, Georgina P. Fisher, Mary A. Winsor, and Frank C. Paine in 1940. An addition containing printed material and more manuscripts was added in 1954. In 1972, an allegorical letter from Robert Treat Paine to Mr. and Mrs. George Leonard, Jr., dated January 1, 1760, was purchased by the MHS.

Detailed Description of the Collection

I. Family papers, 1659-1916

A. Family correspondence, 1713-1854

This subseries consists of the incoming and outgoing correspondence of Paine family members, including Robert Treat Paine (1731-1814). For a chronological list of the items in this subseries, see the List of Family Correspondence or click on the links below.

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Guide to the Microfilm Edition
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Correspondence, 1713-1756
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Correspondence, 1757-1765
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Correspondence, 1766-1775
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Correspondence, 1776-1784
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Correspondence, 1785-1808
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Correspondence, 1809-1854
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Correspondence, undated (19th century)
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Robert Treat Paine letterbook, 1751-1754 (unbound)
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Robert Treat Paine letterbook, 1756-1765

B. Legal and financial papers, 1659-1867

This subseries consists of the legal and financial papers of all Paine family members except Thomas Paine (1694-1757) and Robert Treat Paine (1731-1814). Among the papers in this subseries are copies of family wills and deeds, including those of the Treat and Estabrook families (Rev. Benjamin Estabrook was the first husband of Robert Treat Paine's maternal grandmother), as well as receipts, powers of attorney, promissory notes, accounts, memoranda, bills, inventories, agreements, correspondence, and other papers. The subseries also contains Land Bank papers, 1739-1749, which consist of broadsides and supplements to the Boston Evening-Post.

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Deed: Allumps and Haquontuses to John Endicot, John Winthrop, and Amos Richardson for land at Quinibaug, 28 Apr. 1659
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Deed: Robin Hood, alias Rawmegon, Terrumpquine, Wesomonascoe, Sagamores of Scawque, and Abumhamen Indians, sell to Thomas Webber land on the westerly side of the Kennebeck River [copy] and memorandum by Charles Cushing Paine, 29 May 1660
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Receipt: To Bethiah Paine, Bethiah Paine, Jr., and Experience Hunt from Thomas Paine and Edmund Hawes, undated
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Deed: Indian deed to Mr. Wharten, land in Maine, 7 July 1684 [copy]
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Letters of administration to Abigail Estabrookes, widow of Rev. Benjamin Estabrookes, late of Cambridge, intestate, 2 Aug. 1697
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Deed: Rev. Joseph Estabrook of Concord to Abigail Estabrook, 20 Aug. 1697
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Deed: John Sunderland of Eastham to "my loving son" Samuel Treat, land in Boston, 30 Aug. 1700
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Power of attorney: Samuel Treat of Eastham appoints wife Abigail Treat, 14 May 1707
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Promissory note: [?] to Abigail Treat, 27 Jan. 1708
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Memorandum: Extract of deed of Thomas Sturgis of Barnstable to James Paine, land in York County, Me.,15 Mar. 1709 [2 items]
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Will: Extract of will and probate order on estate of Samuel Treat of Eastham, 6 Dec. 1716
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Power of attorney: Ebenezer Lewis and James Paine, both of Barnstable, appoint Thomas Paine of Weymouth, Jan. 1720
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Will: Thomas Paine of Truro, 6 Apr. 1720, proved 4 July 1721 [copy]
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Letters of administration to Abigail Treat of Boston on estate of her son Richard Estabrook, late of Boston, brasier, 2 Oct. 1721
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Deed: Elizabeth Paine of Truro grants to Jonathan and Barnabas Paine, both of Truro, all the lands in Truro belonging to her late husband Thomas Paine, 1 Oct. 1726, annotated with rental account through 1742
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Accounts: Thomas Paine to Abigail Treat, 17 Oct. 1727-1 Dec. 1738
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Account: Division of estate of James Payne, late of Barnstable, 1 June 1729
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Account: Bethiah Paine, Bethiah Paine, Jr., Mary Hawes, Experience Hunt, and Thomas Paine on the estate of late James Paine, 28 Oct. 1729-1735
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Inventory: Estate of James Paine of Barnstable and division among his heirs, Oct. 1729
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Will: Abigail Treat of Boston, widow, dated 5 Dec. 1730
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Memorandum: Between Edmund and Mary Hawes and the other heirs of James Paine, late of Barnstable, 28 Sep. 1734
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Receipt: To Abigail Treat of Boston from Joshua Lassel of Windham, 28 Nov. 1734
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Deed: Samuel Hunt of Weymouth to Josiah Hunt of Weymouth, land for the use and benefit of his wife Experience Hunt, 17 Oct. 1738
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Memorandum: Of an action of Abigail Treat, Thomas Paine, and Eunice his wife in Court of Common Pleas, Boston, Feb. 1738
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Legal form of a printed deed with annotated notes on legal procedure, undated

Land Bank papers

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Broadside: In order to Redress the distressing Circumstances which the Trade of this Province is under for want of a Medium; other Methods having failed, it is proposed to set up a Bank of Credit on Land Security..., Boston, Nov. 1739
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Broadside: Proclamation by Gov. Jonathan Belcher against notes circulated by John Colman, 17 July 1740
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Sheet: The Manufactory Scheme, extract from the Book of Records of the Manufactory Company, [4 Dec. 1740] [2 copies]
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Broadside: Blank writ of attachment against those who "published and are still engaged and interested in a Scheme for supplying a pretended Want of a Medium in Trade, by setting up a Bank on Land Security," 1742
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Broadsheet: Boston Evening-Post, listing partners in the Land Bank or Manufactory Scheme with "An Act in further Addition to and Explanation of the Act for the more speedy finishing of the Land Bank of Manufactory Scheme," 20 Aug. 1744
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Sheet: Supplement to the Boston Gazette or Weekly Journal, no. 1242, listing outstanding bills of the Manufactory Company, [27 Dec. 1745]
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Sheet: Supplement to the Boston Evening-Post, no. 543, listing outstanding bills of the Manufactory Company, [27 Dec. 1745]
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Sheet: Supplement to the Boston Evening-Post, no. 707, listing assessment against partners in the Manufactory Scheme, 27 Feb. 1749 [4 copies]
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Will of Abigail Treat of Boston, dated 5 Mar. 1740, proved 9 Feb. 1746 [rough draft and copy]
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Answer to James Scott's proclamation about the mob, 1741
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Will extracts of Abigail Treat of Boston, dated 9 Jan. 1746 "& Prov'd & alow'd 9th January followg"
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Estate of Abigail Treat of Boston, appoints Eunice Paine as executrix, 9 Feb. 1746
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Bond: Samuel Hunt and Josiah Hunt, both of Weymouth, and Benjamin Hunt of Braintree, to Edward Hutchinson, Judge of Probate, for permission to sell land for the benefit of Experience Hunt, 21 Feb. 1746 [copy]
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Administration certificate: Thomas Paine of Boston appointed administrator of estate of Abigail Treat, late of Boston
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Promissory note: Eliz. Delohand [Dolhonde] to Joseph Greenleaf, Boston, 13 July 1747
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Receipt: Elizabeth Paine received from Jonathan Paine and Barnabas Paine "by the hand of" Thomas Paine, 31 Jan. 1754
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Deed: Joseph Greenleaf sells to Eunice Paine "One Equal half part of a Certain Distill-house Lands and houses & Utensills" in Boston, co-signed by Abigail Paine Greenleaf, 23 Sep. 1754
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Account: Joseph How's account with Eunice Paine, 24 Apr. 1755-18 Jan. 1760
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Inventory: Estate of Samuel Hunt, late of Norton, 20 June 1755
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Deed: Abraham Turtelot of Glocester, R.I., sells to Eunice Paine of Weymouth "a certain tract of parcell of Land Laying in Glocester aforsaid," 22 Nov. 1757
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Deed: Eunice Paine of Braintree sells to Robert Treat Paine land in Cornwall and Kent, Conn., 16 May 1763
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Commission: Micajah Sawyer appointed a justice of the peace for Essex County, signed by Thomas Hutchinson, 15 Jan. 1772
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Account: Eunice Paine boarding with Dr. Thomas Phipps, 26 June 1790-11 June 1791
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Account: Dr. Thomas Phipps for Eunice Paine's medications, 28 July 1790-18 Jan. 1792
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Account: Charles Paine to John Brooks, 17 Sep. 1795-15 July 1798
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Bills: Charles Paine to John S. Capt "for Tuition in the french language," 13 Oct. 1795-31 Mar. 1796
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Receipts: Frederick Granger from Charles Paine, Boston, 8 July 1797, 13 Jan. [?]
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Receipt: George Girdler Smith received from Henry Paine for part of the ship Borneo, 23 Oct. 1799
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Agreement: Between Henry Paine, John Gibaut, and George Girdler Smith for Paine's services as masters' assistant on a voyage aboard the Borneo, Boston, 23 Oct. 1799
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Receipted bill: Charles Paine to John Warren for medical attendance, Apr. 1800-1 Jan. 1802
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Bill: Charles Paine to Rufus Farnam, 11 June 1800
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Receipt: Frederick Granger received from Charles Paine, Boston, 15 Oct. 1800
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Bill: Charles Paine to William Stackpole, 27 Aug. 1800-7 Feb. 1801
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Bill: Samuel Williams to Charles Paine, 14 Aug. 1801
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Bill: Charles Paine to Zephaniah Spurr for phaeton rental, Sep. 1801
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Receipt: Charles Paine to Samuel Jepson, Jr., for a second-hand phaeton, 24 Oct. 1801
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Receipt: Charles Paine to J. Wheelwright for one cask sherry wine, 5 Dec. 1801
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Receipted bill: Charles Paine to John Warren for medical attendance, Jan. 1802-Jan. 1805
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Receipted bill: Charles Paine to West & Greenleaf, 17 July 1802-16 Aug. 1803
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Receipted bill: Charles Paine to James Murphy for a pair of earrings, 30 Nov. 1802
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Receipted bill: Charles Paine to John S. Capt & Co. for yard goods, 30 Dec. 1802
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Receipted bill: Charles Paine to John Cornish, 12 Jan. 1803
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Receipted bill: Charles Paine to Gorham Parsons, 11 Mar. 1803
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Receipted bill: Charles Paine to Cornish & Dyer, 26 May 1803-5 Jan. 1805
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Receipt: For six months of the New-England Repertory, signed John Park, 6 Jan. 1804
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Memorandum: Agreement between Charles Paine and Samuel Hayden, bricklayer, 18 July 1803
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Receipted bill: Charles Paine to G. Graupner for repairing clarinets, 17 Sep. 1803
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Receipted bill: Charles Paine to Nathaniel Ireland for a chaise, 22 Oct. 1803
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Receipted bill: Charles Paine to J. C. Dyer for earrings, 26 Oct. 1803
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Receipted bill: Mrs. Payn to Elizabeth Harlow for "tuition of your Daughtr. 8 weekes," 7 Nov. 1803
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Receipts: Charles Paine to Whitmarsh & Hayden's contract, 9-23 Nov. 1803
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Receipted bill: Charles Paine to Dyer & Emory for ornament combs, 29 Mar. 1804
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Receipted bill: Charles Paine to West & Greenleaf for Bible and memo book, 18 May-Oct. 1804
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Receipted bill: Charles Paine to Tucker & Thayer for lace shawl, 1 June 1804
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Receipted bill: Charles Paine to R & H Farnam for two pair silver tumblers, 12 July 1804
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Receipted bill: Charles Paine for one grey mare, 1 Oct. 1804
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Receipt: William Roberts received from Charles Paine for a pair of boots, 14 Oct. 1805
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Receipted bill: Charles Paine to Thomas Whitmarsh on building contract, 26 Feb. 1805
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Receipted bill: Charles Paine to William Bell for plantings, Apr. 1805
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Receipted bill: Charles Paine to Tucker & Thayer for a pair of "Fashble. Jockey Boots," 27 May 1805
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Receipt: Charles Paine to John Park for subscription to the Repertory, 1 July 1805
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Receipted bills: Charles Paine to Samuel Willard for accommodations, Stafford Mineral Springs, 27 Aug. 1805-22 Aug. 1806
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Receipted bill: Charles Paine to John Irving for plantings, 22-24 Apr. 1807
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Receipt: Charles Paine to William Bell for plantings, 18 Mar. 1808
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Receipted bills: Charles Paine to Henry Raybould, tuition bills for Helen Maria Paine, 30 Aug. [1808?]-1 July 1809
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Agreement: "To respond to Shubael Bell for the amt. of the Judgement which may be rendered in favor of John Stewart against Mary Thwing," co-signed by D. B. Ripley, Isaac Rand, Jr., and Sally Cobb Paine, Boston, 13 Dec. 1814
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Letters of guardianship: Sarah Cushing Paine appointed guardian of son Charles C. Paine, 31 July 1815
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Receipt: A. B. to T. M. Sanderson, Philadelphia, addressed to Mary Paine, [Jan. 1822]
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Receipt: Mary Paine to Ethan A. Greenwood for the unfinished portrait of her father taken by Edward Savage, Boston, 1 Jan. 1822
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Receipt: N. M. Hentz to Sarah Cushing Paine for French lessons for her son and daughter, Boston, 7 Mar. 1822
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Receipt: Mary Paine to John Coles "For finishing the Portrait of her late Father," Boston, 13 Mar. 1823
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Plan: Milk St., Boston, lot plan, surveyed by S. P. Fuller, 9 Aug. 1824
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Receipted bill: Mrs. Paine to H. H. Barton for "1 Rocking Horse," 1 Jan. 1838
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Notes and correspondence concerning the estate of Mary Paine Clap, 2-10 Jan. 1843
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Decision: George B. Cary & ux & al. vs. Samuel Wilde, Chief Justice Lemuel Shaw, opinion on Mrs. Clap's will, Nov. 1843
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Lease: Memorandum of an agreement between Charles C. Paine and Alexander J. Cruikshank, lease of farm at West Beach, Beverly Farms, 8 Oct. 1861
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Divorce proceedings: Charles C. Paine vs. Frances Jackson Paine, filed in Indiana, 3 Mar. 1862, granted in Boston, 30 Apr. 1867

C. Miscellaneous family papers, 1721-1861

This subseries consists of miscellaneous papers of the Paine family, including items related to Harvard College and Boston Latin School, certificates, notices, clippings, and some legal documents.

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Jonathan Sewall, two clipped signatures
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Harvard College questions, class of 1747
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Newspaper account of execution of Mrs. Bathsheba Spooner for the murder of her husband, 2 July 1778
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Note on John Temple's pass as consul, 24 Aug. 1785
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Manuscript copies of Paine family epitaphs
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Inventory of household furnishings, unidentified
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Promissory note of Eleazer Walker and Edward Walker, both of Taunton, in obligation to Paul Dudley of Boston, 21 July 1721
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Deposition of John Robinson, 22 Sep. 1729
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Certificate of authenticity of will of Benjamin Hallowell, late of Boston, signed by Foster Hutchinson, Halifax, Nova Scotia, 9 Aug. 1782
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Latin translations by William C. Paine
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Newspaper clipping offering portrait of Robert Treat Paine to the city of Boston, 15 June 1842
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E. S. Dixwell, Boston Latin School, awards Latin prize, 1844 and 24 May 1845 [2 copies]
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Newspaper clippings on Joint Committee of the Library, 4 Mar. 1852, and Convention of the Old Thirteen States, 5 July 1852
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Certificate of admission, Harvard College, of William C. Paine, 22 July 1853
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Certificate stating William C. Paine has complied with the law respecting admission to the senior class, Sep. 1853
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Certificate of matriculation of William C. Paine, 16 Jan. 1854
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Exhibition notice, W. C. Paine, "A Latin Oration," signed by James Walker, president, 21 Mar. 1852
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Harvard College. Order of Performances for Exhibition, Tuesday, May 2, 1854 (Cambridge, Mass., 1854)
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Commencement notice, W. C. Paine, "A Dissertation 'Inconceivable Magnitudes, Velocities and Distances,'" signed by James Walker, president, 22 June 1854
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Harvard College. Order of Performances for Exhibition, Tuesday, May 1, 1855 (Cambridge, Mass., 1855)
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Order of Exercises for Class Day, at Harvard College, 22 June 1855
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Order of Exercises for [Harvard] Commencement, [18 July 1855]
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Order of Exercises at the Annual Exhibition of the Public Latin School, 13 July 1861
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Certificate of admission, Harvard College, for Sumner Paine, signed by C. C. Felton, president, 16 July 1861

D. Charles Paine papers, 1789-1806

This subseries contains the papers of Charles Paine (1775-1810), son of Robert Treat Paine (1731-1814).

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Latin oration, 1789
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Certificate as Master Mason, St. John's Lodge, 15 Dec. 1806

E. Charles Cushing Paine papers, 1716-1900

This subseries contains the papers of Charles Cushing Paine (1808-1874), son of Charles Paine (1775-1810). Among the papers in this subseries are Boston Latin School records; diplomas, certificates, and other papers from Harvard College; records of social engagements; legal notes; notes on family papers; correspondence; and a genealogy of the Paine family, including a transcription of the diary of Thomas Paine, 1 Jan. 1716-4 Feb. 1749.

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Certificate by Elisha Ticknor concerning Latin recitation by Charles C. Paine and others, 5 Aug. 1817
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Fragment of list of examiners, 29 Aug. 1823
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Performance at Public Latin School, Boston, Aug. 1823
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Bond of obligation to Harvard College for the fees of Charles C. Paine, signed by Sarah Cushing Paine and William C. Aylwin, 26 Sep. 1823
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Certificate of admission to freshman class, Harvard University, signed by John T. Kirkland, 24 Dec. 1823
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College circular with Paine's class rankings, 21 Dec. 1825
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"A man speaks well in proportion as he has written much," performance at exhibition, Harvard, 3 July 1826
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Diploma, Harvard University, bachelor's degree, 29 Aug. 1827
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List of social engagements, Fall 1828
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Subscription to Quadrille Party, Exchange Coffee House, Boston, 31 Dec. 1829
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List of calls on New Year's Day, 1 Jan. 1830
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Ticket to Ladies' Fair, May 1830
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Diploma, Harvard University, master's degree, 25 Aug. 1830
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Sleighing party list, Feb. 1831
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Invitation to Ladies' Fancy Ball, 18 Mar. 1831
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List of social engagements, Summer 1831
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Tour to Virginia: itinerary and expenses, 13 Apr.-7 May 1840
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My Dear Children, by Charles C. Paine, with printed letter concerning his divorce [Indianapolis, 1861]
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Undated notes on the Robert Treat Paine papers
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Inventory of the silverware of Mary Paine Clap
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Miscellaneous notes on family papers
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Miscellaneous notes on legal precedents
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Manuscript genealogy of the Paine family, including transcription of diary of Thomas Paine, 1 Jan. 1716-4 Feb. 1749
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Genealogical correspondence from Josiah Paine, Henry D. Paine, and Lemuel C. Paine to Charles C. Paine and Charles J. Paine, 24 Oct. 1855-19 Dec. 1866
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Manuscript notes on Paine genealogy, including Joshua Paine to Mr. Paine, Eastham, 13 Feb. 1846, and Lemuel C. Paine to Charles C. Paine, Albion, N.Y., 24 Sep. 1860
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Ames Otis to Charles C. Paine, Yarmouth Port, 15 Jan. 1869
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Ernest Seton-Thompson to Mrs. Paine, N.Y., 3 Feb. 1900
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Notes on Bowdoin College vs. James T. Bowdoin, Mar. 1843

F. Charles Jackson Paine papers, 1849-1916

This subseries contains the papers of Charles Jackson Paine (1833-1916), son of Charles Cushing Paine (1808-1874). Included are school papers from Boston Latin School and Harvard College, military commissions signed by Abraham Lincoln and Andrew Johnson, and other papers.

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An Exercise in Declamation; in the form of a Debate on Capital Punishment, at the Boston Latin School, Public Saturday, March 3, 1849, including remarks by Charles J. Paine (Boston: Charles Spear, 1849), attached to Mass. Senate Bill no. 74, concerning commemorative monument of American Independence at Philadelphia, 14 Mar. 1854
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Regulations relative to the admission of cadets in the Military Academy, Mar. 1851
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Greek oration delivered at commencement, Harvard College, 11 July 1853
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Commencement, Harvard College, certificate and order of exercises, 20 July 1853
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Order of performances for exhibition, 18 Oct. 1853
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Commission as General of Volunteers, U.S. Army, signed by Abraham Lincoln, 9 July 1864
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Commission as Brevet Major-General, U.S. Army, signed by Andrew Johnson, 6 May 1865
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Tribute from the New York Yacht Club, 21 Dec. 1916

G. Calling cards and silhouettes, undated

This subseries consists of two silhouettes of unidentified men and calling cards from Lady Temple, Mrs. King, Mrs. Deblois, Mrs. T. B. Adams, Miss Nicholson, Mrs. Robertson, Miss Thompson, Mrs. Harrison, Mrs. Gerry, Mrs. Few, Bartlett Paine, Mrs. Cole, Mrs. H. Hubbard, Mrs. Washington, and Mrs. Greene.

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H. Copies of wills, 1707-1855

This subseries contains inventories, accounts, and copies of family wills in the handwriting of Charles Cushing Paine (1808-1874).

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Will of Rev. Samuel Treat of Eastham, signed 6 Dec. 1716
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Will of Abigail Treat of Boston, signed 5 Mar. 1740, proved 9 Feb. 1746
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Samuel Willard, administration, 1707
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Will of Thomas Paine of Boston, signed 23 Apr. 1752, proved 22 July 1757
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Will of Joseph Greenleaf of Boston, signed 15 Sep. 1809, proved 10 Dec. 1810
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Will of Charles Cushing of Boston, signed 5 Nov. 1810, proved 19 Nov. 1810
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Will of Robert Treat Paine of Boston, with inventories and accounts, signed 11 May 1814, proved 16 May 1814
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Henry Paine, administration, 1815
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Inventory of Sally Cobb Paine, widow, 1816
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Inventory of Sally Paine, 1823
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Inventory of Lucretia Paine, 1823
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Inventory and account of Charles Paine, 1810
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Inventory and account of Robert Treat Paine, Jr., 1811
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Will of Sally Cobb Paine, widow, signed 30 May 1816, proved 8 July 1816
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Will of Sally Paine of Boston, signed 14 Feb. 1820, proved 24 Mar. 1823
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Will of Lucretia Paine of Boston, signed 14 Sep. 1819, proved 22 Sep. 1823
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Will of Elisha Clap of Boston, signed 20 Nov. 1827
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Will of Mary Clap of Boston, with inventory and accounts, signed 10 Aug. 1832
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Notes on Robert Treat Paine's estate at corner of Milk and Federal Sts., Boston
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Will of Lucy Cabot of Roxbury, signed 26 Feb. 1846, proved 5 Sep. 1848
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Will of John Cabot of Boston, made 3 Feb. 1820, proved 17 Sep. 1821
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Will of Sarah C. Aylwin of Boston, signed 27 July 1848, proved 20 Nov. 1848
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Will of William C. Aylwin of Boston, signed 17 Nov. 1848
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Will of Charles Jackson of Boston, signed 18 Jan. 1855

I. Catalogs of books, 1752-1850

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Unidentified catalog of books, one annotated with book prices and to whom sold, [before 1752] [2 copies]
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Catalogus Librorum, catalog of books of Thomas Paine, [1752]
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Account by Jotham Mavericke of books sold at public sale, 1752
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Catalog of books belonging to Robert Treat Paine, Jan. 1768, new arranged 1805
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Charles Cushing Paine's book catalog, Jan. 1850

J. Richard Cranch manuscript, undated

This subseries consists of a manuscript translation by Richard Cranch of "A Sermon on the Passions; by Monsr. James Saurin, Minister of the French Church at the Hague. Translated from the French."

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K. Robert Paine diary, 1785-1791

This subseries consists of the diary of Robert Paine (1770-1798), son of Robert Treat Paine (1731-1814), kept from 1 July 1785-30 Nov. 1791 in Cambridge and Boston, Mass. Diary entries describe Paine's activities as a student at Harvard in the class of 1789, his apprenticeship in a Boston law office, social engagements, local and family news, and the weather.

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L. Robert Treat Paine, Jr., writings, 1790-1811

This subseries consists of the poetry and other works of Robert Treat Paine, Jr. (1773-1811) (originally Thomas Paine), son of Robert Treat Paine (1731-1814). Included are both a manuscript draft and printed copy of Robert Treat Paine, Jr.'s poem "The Ruling Passion," 1797 (first printed at Manning and Loring), and a eulogy on the life of George Washington, 2 Jan. 1800.

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The Invention of Letters: A Poem, written at the request of the President of Harvard University, and delivered, in Cambridge, on the day of annual Commencement, July 15, 1795, by Thomas Paine, 2nd ed. (Boston, 1795)
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The Ruling Passion: An occasional Poem. Written by the appointment of the Society of the Phi Beta Kappa, and spoken, on their anniversary, in the Chapel of the University, Cambridge, July 20, 1797, by Thomas Paine (Boston, 1797)
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The Inventory of Letters, a Poem, written at the request of the President of Harvard University, and delivered, in Cambridge, on the day of annual Commencement, July 15, 1795, by Thomas Paine (Boston, 1795) [2 copies]
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An Oration, written at the request of the young men of Boston, and Delivered, July 17th, 1799, in commemoration of the dissolution of the Treaties, and consular convention, between France and the United States of America, by Thomas Paine (Boston, 1799)
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An Eulogy on the Life of General George Washington, Who died at Mount Vernon, December 14th, 1799, in the 68th year of his age, Written At the request of the citizens of Newburyport, and delivered at the first Presbyterian Meeting-House in that town, January 2nd, 1800, by Thomas Paine (Newburyport, 1800) [inscribed to Charles Paine from the author]
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Spain. An Account of the Public Festival given by the citizens of Boston at the Exchange Coffee House, January 2, 1809, in honor of Spanish valour & Patriotism with the regular and volunteer toasts, and all the original songs and odes sung on the occasion, in which is also introduced a brief sketch of Spain, geographical, historical and political, by Robert Treat Paine, Jr. (Boston, [1809]) [inscribed to Robert Treat Paine by the author of the sketch]
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A Monody on the death of Lieut. General Sir John Moore. With notes, historical and political, by R. T. Paine, Jr. (Boston, 1811) [inscribed to Robert Treat Paine by the author]
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"An undevout astronomer is mad," Nov. 1790 [manuscript]
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'Tributary Lines &c. &c." [manuscript]
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"The nature & progress of Liberty" [manuscript]
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"A Poem on Liberty" [manuscript]
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"The Ruling Passion," 1797 [manuscript draft]
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Note from John Pickens, apprentice at Manning and Loring

M. Robert Treat Paine (1803-1885) astronomical observations, 1833-1837

This subseries consists of the astronomical observations of Robert Treat Paine (1803-1885), son of Robert Treat Paine, Jr. (1773-1811). The 5 notebooks in this subseries are entitled: "Astronomical Observations for the determination of the Latitude and Longitude of places in Massachusetts," from the Boston State House and other public buildings throughout New England, 16 Mar. 1833-28 Dec. 1837.

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N. Index to the Paine papers, undated

This subseries consists of an index to the Paine papers compiled by Charles Cushing Paine.

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O. Thomas Paine papers, 1664-1761

This subseries consists of the diaries, almanacs, sermons, legal and financial records, and other papers of Thomas Paine (1694-1757), father of Robert Treat Paine (1731-1814).

Diaries and annotated almanacs, 1716-1750

1 volume containing 10 booklets

Diary entries describe wind, weather, and other meteorological events; Paine's studies at Harvard College, 1716-1717; his career as an itinerant minister and eventual ordination as minister of the First (Congregational) Church in Weymouth, Mass.; and his career as merchant in Boston after leaving Weymouth in 1734.

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College performances of Thomas Paine: "Encomium Cereis" and "De Vanitate Terrestrium," 13 Jan.-2 Mar. 1716
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An Almanack...For the Year of the Christian Era, 1716, by Thomas Robie (Boston), with meteorological observations, historical notes, and added diary pages, 1716
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An Almanack...For the Year of the Christian Era, 1717, by Thomas Robie (Boston), with meteorological observations and added diary pages, 1717
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An Almanack...For the Year of the Christian Era, 1718, by Thomas Paine (Boston), with meteorological observations, a log of correspondence, and added diary pages, 1718
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An Almanack...For the Year of the Christian Era, 1719, by Thomas Paine (Boston), with meteorological observations, a log of correspondence, and added diary pages, 1719
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An Almanack...For the Year of the Christian Era, 1719, by Thomas Paine (Boston), 1719
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Memorandum book with some diary entries, 1719-1720
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An Almanack For the Year of our Lord, 1721, by Nathaniel Whittemore (Boston), with meteorological observations and added diary pages, 1721
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An Astronomical Diary, or, An Almanack, For the Year of our Lord Christ, 1734, by Nathaniel Ames, Jr. (Boston), with interleaved diary pages, 1734
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Memorandum book with some diary entries, 1750

Almanacs, 1664-1728

1 volume containing 9 booklets

Included are European almanacs collected by Thomas Paine and copies of almanacs published by him.

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Fly. An Almanac for the year of our Lord God, 1664 (London) with manuscript notes, 1664
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Unidentified French almanac, lacking title page, 1706
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Leeds, 1714. The American almanack for the year of Christian account 1714, by Titan Leeds (Boston), 1713
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An almanack for the year of our Lord, 1725, by Nathaniel Whittemore (Boston), with manuscript notes, 1725
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The New-England diary, or, Almanack, for the year of our Lord Christ, 1726, by a native of New-England [Nathan Bowen] (Boston), with manuscript notes, 1726
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The New-England diary, or, Almanack, for the year of our Lord Christ, 1727, by a native of New-England [Nathan Bowen] (Boston), with manuscript notes, 1727
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The New-England diary, or, Almanack, for the year of our Lord Christ, 1728, by a native of New-England [Nathan Bowen] (Boston), with manuscript notes, 1728
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Almanack for the year of our Lord 1724, by Nathaniel Whittemore (Boston), imperfect, 1723 or 1724
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Catastrophe Mundi, by John Holwell (London), imperfect, 1682

Sermons, 1724-1733

1 volume containing 2 booklets

Included are attached pages of a later date with genealogical notes and a donation letter (Boston, 6 Apr. 1888) from Robert Treat Paine (1861-1943) giving these sermons to the Massachusetts Historical Society from the estate of his cousin Robert Treat Paine (1803-1885).

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Sermon on Job 1:24 with letter from Thomas Paine to his mother Bethiah Thacher Paine, Weymouth, 2 Feb. 1724
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Sermon "Pronounced to the Church & Congregation in the North Parish in Weyth. being called together for that Purpose and met in their Meeting House," 10 Dec. 1733

Legal and financial papers, 1715-1761

Included are papers from Thomas Paine's mercantile business and personal estate. Paine's deeds to family members, 1749, include his bequests of "all my Books," "my Negro Cato and all my household stuff..."

Note: For materials related to the settlement of Thomas Paine's estate after his death, see Series IV. Robert Treat Paine business, legal, and financial papers.

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Memorandum: On sale of "my Scotland Land" [Scotland Parish, Windham, Conn.] to Joshua Lassel, undated
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Manuscript form for promissory note to Thomas Paine, undated
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Receipt: Received of Joshua Lassel, undated
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Memorandum: Selectmen and committee for laying out land in Falmouth accompany Thomas Paine in taking possession of land, 4 June 1720
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Instructions of town of Weymouth to its representative, Capt. Joseph White, on creation of a new parish, 5 Nov. 1722
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Indenture: Between Samuel Thaxter of Hingham and Thomas Paine concerning lands at the Eastward near Muscongus, 23 Nov. 1722
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Indenture: Between Thomas Paine and John Cleverly of Braintree concerning lands at the Eastward near Muscongus, 29 July 1723
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Power of attorney: Thomas Paine appoints John Cushing, Jr., 5 Mar. 1732
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Town meeting votes: Precinct meetings in the North Precinct, Weymouth, 7 Dec. 1730 and 17 Aug. 1733 [copy]
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Receipt: Thomas Paine received of John Cleverly, 13 Nov. 1733
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Dismissal: Letter of dismissal for Thomas Paine from his pastorship at Weymouth and for him and Eunice Paine from church membership, 19 Mar. 1734
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Town meeting votes: Weymouth, 6 May 1715-24 Mar. 1761
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Town meeting votes: Precinct meetings in the North Precinct, Weymouth, 5 Aug. 1734-9 Mar. 1737
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Legal notes by Thomas Paine, [1735?]
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Memorandum: Unsigned promise not to take advantage of the Act of Limitation as regards debts owed to Thomas Paine
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Receipt: Aaron Cleveland received of Thomas Paine for a bond of Joshua Lassel, 10 Jan. 1736
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List: Unspecified dates and financial sums, 12 Jan. 1736-20 Sep. 1738
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Bond: Joshua Lassel of Windham, Conn., to Thomas Paine, 6 June 1737
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Account: Thomas Austin to Thomas Paine, 20 June 1737-4 Nov. 1743
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Obligation: Thomas Paine to his wife and her heirs for the sale of land at Windham, Conn., 20 Dec. 1737
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Lease: John Maylem to Thomas Paine "all my Housing & Land in School Street Boston," 17 Oct. 1739
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Account: Joshua Lassel to Thomas Paine, 22 Dec. 1739
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Promissory note: Joshua Lassel of Windham, Conn., to Thomas Paine, 24 Dec. 1739
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Memorandum: Agreement between Joshua Lassel and Thomas Paine, 24 Dec. 1739
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Account: Thomas Paine to Stephen Greenleaf, 13 Apr. 1739-28 Oct. 1743
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Account: Estate of Thomas Paine to estate of Andrew Cunningham, 26 Oct. 1739-19 Nov. 1753
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Account: Elnathan Eldredg to a Judgment of Court, 30 Jan. 1740-24 July 1741
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Account: Thomas Paine to William Davis, Mar. 1740-25 Jan. 1744
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Account: Samuel Davis to Thomas Paine, 8 May 1740-19 Dec. 1744
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Account: Thomas Paine to Samuel Davis, 8 May 1740-Oct. 1744
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Account: Andrew Cunningham to Thomas Paine, 4 Aug. 1740-27 Apr. 1748
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Deed: Pelatiah Phinney of Bridgewater sells to Thomas Paine land at Bridgewater, 13 Feb. 1741
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Receipt: Joshua Lassel to Thomas Paine, Boston, 4 June 1741
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Deed: Thomas Paine to Joshua Lassel, land in Windham, Conn., 4 June 1741 [draft]
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Promissory note: Elnathan Eldredg to Thomas Paine, 24 July 1741
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Deed: Elnathan Eldredg sells to Thomas Paine land at Dartmouth, 27 July 1741
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Writ of attachment: Thomas Paine vs. Elnathan Eldredg, 28 Sep. 1741
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Account: Thomas Paine to estate of Lawrence Delhonde for medical expenses, 1741-11 July 1747
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Summonses in Land Bank case, Dec. 1742
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Writ of execution: Thomas Paine vs. Elnathan Eldrid of Dartmouth, 1 May 1742
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Release: Directors of the Manufactory Company to Thomas Paine in satisfaction of bills which Jacob Allen of Bridgewater received, 30 Sep. 1742
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Account: Thomas Paine to Francis Whitmore, 15 Oct. 1743-29 May 1749
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Account: Francis Whitmore to Thomas Paine, 28 Nov. 1743-23 July 1749
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Account: Seth Willis by John Kinsley, 23 Dec. 1743
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Account: Estate of Thomas Paine to estate of Andrew Cunningham, 24 Feb. 1744-31 Aug. 1745
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Summons: Thomas Cobb of Taunton in Thomas Paine vs. Cobb, 15 Mar. 1744
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Payment order: Laurens Dolhonde to Thomas Paine to pay Silvester Gardiner, Boston, 6 Aug. 1743
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Account: Thomas Paine to John Tyng, 7 Mar. 1744-Sep. 1747
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Account: Thomas Cobb to Thomas Paine, 1 June 1744-1748
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Receipt: Aaron Cleavland received of Joseph Greenleaf, a note of hand of Jonathan Cary to Thomas Paine, [after 2 June 1744]
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Account: Thomas Paine to Joseph Greenleaf, 17 Sep. 1744-4 Dec. 1749
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Account: Thomas Paine to John Baker "for work for the Brigeteen," Nov. 1745-1746
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Insurance bond: For the ship Maryland sailing from Virginia or Maryland to London, insured by Benjamin Horrocks & Co. of London for the account of Thomas Paine, 21 Feb. 1746
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Account: Estate of Thomas Paine to Samuel Davis, June 1745-22 Aug. 1754
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Account: [Thomas Paine?] to [Capt. Cobb?], 9 Sep. 1745-June 1747
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Receipt: Laurens Dolhonde received of Thomas Paine, 22 Dec. 1745
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Deed: Edward Southworth sells to Thomas Paine land in Bridgewater, 15 June 1745
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Account: John Baker, Jr., to Thomas Paine, 16 Sep. 1746-4 Dec. 1749
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Account: Estate of Thomas Paine to John Baker, Jr., for the iron work on building a ship, 1746-Sep. 1749
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Account: Sylvester Gardiner to Thomas Paine, 12 Mar. 1746-25 Apr. 1749
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Order: Thomas Cobb on Daniel Owen, 5 July 1746
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Account: Estate of Thomas Paine to John Baker, Jr., for iron work for a sloop, Feb.-Mar. 1747
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Account: Thomas Paine to the estate of William Owen, 18 Mar.-22 Nov. 1747
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Account: Thomas Paine to Silvester Gardiner, 26 Mar. 1747-30 Oct. 1749
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Account: Thomas Paine to Dr. John Sprague, Apr. 1747-Oct. 1756
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Account: Thomas Paine estate to John Baker for iron work for transport brig, July 1747
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Account: Thomas Paine estate to John Baker for a brig "built in the cuntry," Nov. 1747
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Account: Estate of Thomas Paine to John Baker for iron work for the "brig Capt. Dupe Commander," Dec. 1747-Jan. 1748
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Account: Joseph Roby to Thomas Paine, 10 Mar. 1748
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Payment order: Elizabeth Dolhonde to Thomas Paine for Jacob Parker, Boston, 18 Mar. 1747
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Petition: Thomas Paine, as administrator de bonis non of Abigail Treat, to Gov. William Shirley, 7 Apr. 1748
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Account: Thomas Paine to Jabez Hatch, 19 Apr. 1748-10 July 1749
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Account: Estate of William Owen to Thomas Paine, 22 Apr. 1748-22 Apr. 1749
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Account: Nathaniel Appleton to Thomas Paine, Boston, 25 Apr. 1748, including account of Thomas Paine to Nathaniel Appleton "To his Sons Boarding," 19 Apr.-8 July 1748
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Account: Caleb Parker to Thomas Paine, 24 May 1748-18 Jan. 1749
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Broadside: "An Act in further Addition to an Act, entitled; An Act for the more speedy finishing the Land-Bank or Manufactory Scheme," 25 May 1748 [2 copies]
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Account: Thomas Paine to Caleb Parker, 6 June 1748
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Account: Estate of Thomas Paine to John Baker "for Iron work for a Snow," 1748
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Result of referee: Thomas Paine and Ann Maylem of Newport, R.I., 20 Aug. 1748
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Account: Ann Maylem of Newport, R.I., as guardian to her children, to Thomas Paine, 20 Aug. 1748-10 Feb. 1749
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Account: Thomas Paine to Nathaniel Appleton "To your Sons Boarding," 20 Aug. 1748-28 [?] 1748
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Receipt: Ann Maylem to Thomas Paine, Newport, R.I., 9 Sep. 1748
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Receipt: Elizabeth Dolhonde to Thomas Paine, Boston, 29 Sep. 1748
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Plan of Thomas Paine's furnace, [1749?]
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Petition: Thomas Paine, as administrator de bonis non of Abigail Treat, to Gov. William Shirley, 3 Jan. 1749
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Deed: Thomas Paine to Robert Treat Paine, Abigail Paine, and Eunice Paine, "my Negro Boy Cato and all my hosehold stuff," 9 Mar. 1749
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Account: Estate of Thomas Paine to Joseph Roby & Son, 24 Mar.-18 May 1749
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Promissory note: Thomas Paine to James Allen, 19 June 1749
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Account: Thomas Paine to Joseph Greenleaf, 4 Dec. 1749-3 Sep. 1752
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Bond: Thomas Paine to James Allen, 19 Dec. 1749
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Account: Sampson Salter, 6 Nov. 1749
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Deed: Thomas Paine to Robert Treat Paine, "all my Books, and such a part of my plate as he has in possession," 28 Nov. 1749
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Deed: Thomas Paine to Abigail Paine Greenleaf and Eunice Paine, "my Negro Cato and all my houshold stuff...and what Plate they each of them have in Posession," 28 Nov. 1749
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Bond: Thomas Paine to Robert Treat Paine, 1 Dec. 1749
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Bond: Thomas Paine to Eunice Paine, 28 Nov. 1749
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Inventory of sundry goods at Halifax, [175-?]
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Account: For James Freeman, 5 Feb.-2 Mar. [175-?], and for Joseph Greenleaf, 25-26 Oct. [175-?]
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Accounts: Joseph Greenleaf to Thomas Paine, [175-?] and 29 Dec. 1749-24 Jan. 1750
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Receipt: Thomas Paine to Joshua Lassel, 10 Jan. 1750
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Deed: Thomas Paine to Eunice Paine, land at Windham, Conn., 4 Dec. 1750
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Account: Thomas Paine to Joseph Greenleaf, 2 Apr. 1751-17 Apr. 1753
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Pleas in abatement: James Allen vs. Thomas Paine (Benjamin Prat, attorney), Suffolk County Inferior Court, Oct. 1751
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Answer to Thomas Paine of Boston...in a plea of trespass...in Paine vs. Allen, 4 Nov. 1751
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Receipt: Elizabeth Paine received from Jonathan and Barnabas Paine of Truro, 9 Nov. 1751
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Receipt: For Elizabeth Paine by Thomas Paine of Truro, Boston, 9 Nov. 1751 [copy]
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Promissory note: To Thomas Paine, 20 Dec. 1751 [unsigned] [on verso: voyage in sloop Hannah "to sundry Expences"]
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Nonfeasance: Judgment against Thomas Paine, 3 June 1752
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Accounts, 24 Aug. [1752?]-27 Oct. 1752
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Receipt: For Elizabeth Paine from Jonathan Paine of Truro, 1 Nov. 1752 [copy]
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Summons: Samuel Phillips of Easton in Thomas Paine vs. Phillips, 1 Nov. 1752 [used as cover of Robert Treat Paine account book, 20 June 1757-4 Mar. 1761 (Series IV. Robert Treat Paine business, legal, and financial papers)]
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Account: William Penniman to Thomas Paine, Braintree, 24 Mar. 1753-1 Feb. 1757
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Account: Thomas Paine to Joseph Greenleaf, 17 Apr. 1753-24 Sep. 1754
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Account: Thomas Paine, 19-20 June 1753
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Deposition: James Freeman testifying on business affairs of Thomas Paine, Halifax, 26 June 1753
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Judgment: Humphrey Scammon vs. Thomas Paine, York County Sessions, July 1753 [copy]
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Delivery order: Antoine Morin [signs as Morin le cadet] to deliver goods to Thomas Paine for M. Laborde, Louisbourg, 20 July 1753 [in French]
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Receipt: Jean Laborde of Louisbourg to Thomas Paine, 23 July 1753 [in French]
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Bills of lading: Goods of Eunice Paine shipped by Thomas Paine from Louisbourg, 25-28 July 1753
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Acknowledgment of debts of Joshua Lassel of Kent, Conn., to Thomas Paine, Dec. 1753 [unsigned]
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Account: Thomas Paine to James Freeman, Dec. 1753-5 June 1756
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Account: Thomas Paine to James Freeman, Dec. 1753-13 Jan. 1759
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Power of attorney: Thomas Paine appoints Thomas Seymour of Hartford, Conn., 1 Dec. 1753
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Indemnification: Thomas Paine releases Joshua Lassell of Kent, Conn., 8 Dec. 1753 [unsigned copy]
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Thomas Paine to Aaron Cleveland concerning Lassell debt, [8 Dec. 1753?]
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Receipt: Thomas Paine to Joshua Lassel, 8 Dec. 1753
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Payment order: Thomas Paine to Joshua Lassel, Canterbury, Conn., 11 Dec. 1753 [2 copies]
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Power of attorney: Elizabeth Paine of Bellingham appoints Thomas Paine, 8 June 1754
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Declaration: To the Justices of the Inferiour Court of Common Pleas for York County in Humphry Scammon of Kittery vs. Thomas Paine of Boston, Jan. 1754
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Writ of attachment: Scammon vs. Jeremiah Moulton, Jr., as agent of Thomas Paine, York County, 25 Sep. 1754
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Distillhouse account, 23 Sep. 1754
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Account: Estate of Thomas Paine Decesd. to Jos. Greenleaf, 26 Sep. 1754-7 Sep. 1755
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Account: Thomas Paine to Joseph Greenleaf, 28 Sep. 1754
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Account: James Freeman's account with Thomas Paine, Mar. 1755-10 Jan. 1757
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Account: James Freeman to Thomas Paine, Mar. 1755-4 Mar. 1757
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Deed: Thomas Paine to daughter Eunice Paine, a house and lot in Halifax, Nova Scotia, 17 Feb. 1756
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Recognizance: Humphrey Scammon of Kittery vs. Thomas Paine, York County, 6 Apr. 1756
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Judgment: Thomas Paine vs. Humphrey Scammon, 6 Apr. 1756
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Account: Estate of James Freeman to estate of Thomas Paine, Mar. 1757-7 May 1758
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Inventory of goods left in care of James Freeman at Halifax by Thomas Paine, 1756
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Inventory of linen, [1757?]
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List of personal items, [1757?]
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List of "Things remaining unsold," [1757?]
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Invoice of Sundreys sent to Mr. Chambers, 10 Nov. [1757?]
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List of household furnishings, [1757?]
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Memorandum "of things not accounted for by Mr. James Freeman," [1757?]
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Account of "Sales of Sundreys the Property of Mr. Payne by order of Mr. Jas. Freeman," [1757?]
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Account of "Sundrys sold by James Freeman for Thos. Paine as appears by his Pocket Mm. Book," 4 Mar.-21 May 1757
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Appointment: Ephraim Spooner, David Jones, Jr., and Nathaniel Pratt of Abington to apprize real estate of Thomas Paine in Plymouth County, 13 Oct. 1758
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Appointment: Nathaniel Hamilton, Moses Godfrey, and Joshua Godfrey of Chatham to apprize real estate of Thomas Paine in Barnstable County, 13 Oct. 1758
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Appointment: Benjamin Lincoln, Jr., John Thaxter, and Francis Barker of Hingham to apprize real estate of Thomas Paine in Suffolk County, 13 Oct. 1758

Miscellaneous, 1715

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Memorandum book with notes on Thomas Paine's legal studies, coinage of nations, list of kings of England
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Manuscript copy of Charles Morton's Compendium Physicae, 1715

II. Robert Treat Paine diaries and journals, 1745-1814

This series consists of the diaries and sea journals of Robert Treat Paine, kept from 25 Mar. 1745 to 8 May 1814. Diary entries describe Paine's daily activities, including his education at Harvard; his theological and legal studies; his career as a lawyer in Taunton, Mass.; his role as prosecuting attorney in the Boston Massacre trial; his participation in the Continental Congress in 1774 and 1776; his career as attorney general of Massachusetts, 1777-1796; and his role as judge on the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court, 1796-1804. Also included are Paine's sea journals/logbooks describing his travels between 1750 and 1754, including trading missions from Boston to North Carolina; Fayal, Azores; Cadiz, Spain; and a whaling voyage to Greenland. Entries note weather and general sailing conditions.

A. Diaries, 1745-1814

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Diary (shorthand), 1745-1750, 1755-1756 and bracography

Diaries, 1746-1756

1 volume containing 9 notebooks
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Journal, Vol. 2, 15 Apr. 1746-25 Mar. 1747
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Journal, Vol. 3, 26 Mar. 1747-25 Mar. 1748
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Journal, Vol. 4, 26 Apr. 1748-26 Mar. 1749
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Journal, Vol. 5, 27 Mar. 1749-28 Mar. 1750
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Journal, Vol. 6, 28 Mar. 1750-25 Mar. 1751
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Journal, Vol. 7, 26 Mar. 1751-15 May 1752
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Journal, Vol. 8, 16 May 1752-15 Sep. 1753
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Journal, 16 Sep. 1753-4 Apr. 1755
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Journal, 5 Apr. 1755-7 May 1756
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Loose page for 2 Dec. 1749-4 Feb. 1750 [draft]
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Diary, [8?] May 1756-31 Dec. 1759

Note: The upper left corner of this notebook has been damaged and is largely missing.

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Diary, 1 Jan. 1760-31 Aug. 1767
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Diary, 1 Sep. 1767-24 Apr. 1775
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Diary, 24 Apr. 1775-2 Apr. 1785
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Diary, 1 Jan. 1785-8 May 1814

B. Sea journals, 1751-1754

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"Journal of a Voyage from Cape Cod towards Davis's Streights in Sloop Seaflower" with sketches, 6 May-25 Aug. 1754
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"Journal of a Voyage in the Sloop Success (Annuente Providentia) from Cape Cod...to Cape Hatteras" with occasional sketches, 6 Feb. 1751-30 Jan. 1754

Included in this journal are trips from Boston to North Carolina, 6-14 Feb. 1751; North Carolina to Boston, 26 June-3 July 1751; Boston to Philadelphia in the brigantine Charming Polly, 7-15 Sep. 1751; Boston to North Carolina in the sloop Hannah, 17-27 May 1753; Ocacoe Inlet, N.C., to Fayal in the Hannah, 10 Aug.-14 Sep. 1753; Fayal to Cadiz in the Hannah, 25 Sep.-11 Oct. 1753; and Cadiz to Boston in the Hannah, 5 Dec. 1753-30 Jan. 1754.

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"Journal of a Voyage from Martha's Vineyard towards North Carolina" aboard the brigantine Primrose, 9-25 Feb. 1752, return aboard the sloop Ranger, 11-26 Nov. 1752

III. Robert Treat Paine sermons, 1749-1755

1 volume

This bulk of this series consists of sermons delivered by Robert Treat Paine in 1755 in Massachusetts and as chaplain on the Crown Point Expedition during the French and Indian War.

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Robert Treat Paine's confession of faith, 1749
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Leviticus 19:30, Shirley, 15 Feb. 1755
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Proverbs 18:10, Shirley, 23 Feb. 1755, and Camp Lake George, 5 Oct. 1755
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Romans 6:22, Shirley, 23 Feb. 1755
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Proverbs 23:7, Shirley, 2 Mar. 1755, and Camp Lake George, 12 Oct. 1755
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2 Corinthians 5:15, Shirley, 2 Mar. 1755, and Camp Lake George, 16 Nov. 1755
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Psalms 97:1, Shirley, 9 Mar. 1755, and for Mr. Harrington, 7 Sep. 1755
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1 Corinthians 7:31, Shirley, 9 Mar. 1755
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Psalms 51:6, Shirley, 23 Mar. 1755
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1 Corinthians 1:1, Shirley, 23 Mar. 1755, and Camp Lake George at funeral of Col. Willard, 26 Oct. 1758
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Acts 17:11
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Joshua 23:8 and 23:10
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2 Timothy 2:19
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Acts 17:30
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Ecclesiastes 3:8
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Psalms 145:18, Camp Lake George, 28 Sep. 1755
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1 Corinthians 1:31, Camp Lake George, 5 Oct. 1755
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Isaiah 6:1-7, Camp Lake George, 9 Nov. 1755
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Ecclesiastes 3:8, Camp Lake George, 16 Nov. 1755
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Matthew 10:28
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Unidentified sermon notes

IV. Robert Treat Paine business, legal, and financial papers, 1677-1814

This series consists of papers created and acquired by Robert Treat Paine in his merchant business, legal practice, and personal transactions. Included are account books, cash books, writs, powers of attorney, records of court sessions, rulings, deeds, and mortgages. This series also contains papers related to the Boston Massacre trial, Tyng vs. Gardiner (Kennebeck Purchase), Banister vs. Copley, and the settlement of the estates of Thomas Paine and Robert Treat Paine.

Note: Loose items from the notes, account books, bank books, and cash books (Reel 11) have been removed and microfilmed chronologically with the loose papers on Reel 15. Loose items from the minutes of trials and law cases (Reel 13 and 14) have been microfilmed at the end of Reel 16.

Notes, loans, etc., 1759-1805

1 volume containing 2 notebooks
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Notes due to Robert Treat Paine, Jan. 1781, with annotation on resolution, 1759-1785
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Memorandum book of notes, loans, bank stock, and all securities, 1793-1805

Notes, accounts, and bank books, 1762-1814

1 volume containing 7 notebooks
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List of notes of hand belonging to Robert Treat Paine, Nov. 1762
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Notes, Jan. 1766
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Memorandum book, 20 Oct. 1770-Mar. 1773
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Memorandum book of notes, loans, bank stock, and all securities, 1812
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Union Bank deposit book, 9 Nov. 1801-27 June 1814
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Boston Bank deposit book, 5 Mar. 1807-22 Aug. 1814
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United States Bank deposit book, 4 Jan. 1802-23 Sep. 1811
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"Ledger A," personal and business account ledger with index, 1751-1773
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Account book, 20 June 1757-4 Mar. 1761 [covered with a summons to Samuel Phillips of Easton in Thomas Paine vs. Phillips, 1 Nov. 1752 (Series I.N. Thomas Paine papers)]
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Account book, Sep. 1761-26 May 1771
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Cash book, 1 Jan. 1762-31 Dec. 1767
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Cash book, 18 Jan. 1768-18 Apr. 1775
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Cash book, 2 Jan. 1786-31 Dec. 1797 [includes letter from Pres. John Adams accepting an invitation from Robert Treat Paine and his wife to visit their son's chamber at Harvard commencement, used by Robert Treat Paine for calculations]
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Cash book, 11 Sep. 1797-9 July 1803
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Cash book, 1 Jan. 1798-31 Dec. 1803
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Cash book, 1 Jan. 1804-6 May 1814
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Account book, 14 Mar. 1808-6 May 1814
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Minutes of law cases, Superior Court, Court of General Sessions, and Court of Common Pleas, 1760-1774
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Minutes of trials and law cases, Superior Court, Court of General Sessions, and Court of Common Pleas, 1777-1782
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Minutes of trials and law cases, Superior Court, Court of General Sessions, and Court of Common Pleas, 1783-1788

Notes and letters on Boston Massacre trial

"Law notes & other papers of R.T.P. at the trial of the Soldiers & of Capt. Preston, for the affair of March 5, 1770."

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Robert Treat Paine's closing summation
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William Molineux to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 9 Mar. 1770
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Notes on testimony, [29 Nov. 1770]
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Samuel Fayerweather to Robert Treat Paine, Narraganset, 8 Dec. 1770
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Samuel Quincy to Robert Treat Paine, 16 Dec. 1770
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Sampson S. Blowers to Robert Treat Paine, 30 Dec. 1770
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Peter Oliver to Robert Treat Paine, Middleborough, 3 Jan. 1771
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Robert Treat Paine to [?], Taunton, 7 Jan. 1771
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Law notebook containing abstracts from legal texts and miscellaneous law notes, arranged by topic
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Notes from volume 2 of William Blackstone's Commentaries on the Laws of England
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Notes on "The Husbands right to his wife's Estate. Statutes made in 1784 & 1789"

Tyng vs. Gardiner papers (Kennebeck Purchase)

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A Patent for Plymouth in New-England. To which is annexed, Extracts from the Records of that Colony, &c. &c. (Boston, 1751) [annotated]
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Manuscript notes on Tyng vs. Gardiner, including extracts from meetings of the Proprietors of the Kennebeck Purchase, 13 Feb. 1749-14 Nov. 1764
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Jonathan Tyng's will, 1722
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Mary Tyng of Dunstable's will, made 12 Dec. 1700
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Edward Tyng, Sr., of Boston's will, made 25 Aug. 1677
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Special verdict in Tyng vs. Gardiner, Falmouth Superior Court, undated
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Depositions: Jonathan Fox of Woburn, 28 June 1780, William Brattle of Cambridge, 23 May 1770, and John Alford Tyng, 13 Apr. 1770
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Summons: To Samuel Gardner of Boston in Tyng vs. Gardiner, 3 July 1777
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Extracts from Suffolk and Middlesex court records relating to Edward Tyng, Sr.'s estate
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Notes on the case by Robert Treat Paine
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Tyng vs. Gardner "on a special verdict"
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A Patent for Plymouth in New-England. To which is annexed, Extracts from the Records of that Colony, &c. &c. (Boston, 1751) [annotated] [2 additional copies]
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A short narrative of the claim, title and right of the heirs of the Honourable Samuel Allen, Esq. deceased, to the Province of New Hampshire in New England: transmitted from a gentlewoman in London, to her friend in New England (Boston, 1728)
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Extracts from Governor Bradford's manuscript History of Plimouth Plantation, by Thomas Prince, 30 May 1765 [manuscript copy attested by Rev. Joseph Sewall]
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Statement of the Kennebeck Claims (Boston, 1786)
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An Answer to The Remarks of the Plymouth Company, or (as they call themselves) the Proprietors of the Kennebeck Purchase from the late Colony of New-Plymouth, published by Virtue of their Vote of 31st of January last; on the Plan and Extracts of Deeds published by the Proprietors of the township of Brunswick... (Boston, 1753)
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Items removed from notes, account books, and bank books, 1751-1814 (Reel 11)
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Items removed from cash book, 1768-1775 (Reel 11)
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Items removed from memorandum book, 20 Oct. 1770-Mar. 1773 (Reel 11)
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Items removed from notes due to Robert Treat Paine, Jan. 1781 (Reel 11)
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Items removed from memorandum book of notes, loans, bank stock, and all securities, 1793-1805 (Reel 11)
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Items removed from memorandum book of notes, loans, bank stock, and all securities, 1812 (Reel 11)
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Items removed from bank deposit books, 9 Nov. 1801-22 Aug. 1814 (Reel 11)
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Miscellaneous financial and legal papers, undated [includes draft of House of Representatives address to governor respecting impeachment of Peter Oliver]
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Account: Robert Treat Paine to Joseph Greenleaf, Boston, 2 Feb. 1750
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Agreement: Between James Allen, Joseph Palmer, and Robert Treat Paine on hiring of sloop Success for trading venture, 28 Jan. 1750 [2 copies]
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Account: Robert Treat Paine to James Allen, 28 Jan. 1750-21 Jan. 1752
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Portledge bill: For voyage of sloop Success to North Carolina and return to Boston, 28 Jan. 1751
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Invoice of cargo, cabin stores, &c., on sloop Success, 1 Feb. 1751
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Manuscript map of Beacon Island and Gales Island, undated [on verso of address sheet to Henry Snoad]
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Sailing orders: To Robert Treat Paine as commander of sloop Success from James Allen, Joseph Palmer, and Robert Treat Paine, 2 Feb. 1751
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Merchandise list, [1751]
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Account: Joseph Palmer & Co. to Robert Treat Paine, 1751-1753
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Account: Robert Treat Paine to Abraham Duncan, 15 Apr.-19 May 1751
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Receipt: Joseph Greenleaf received of Robert Treat Paine, 27 July 1751
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Receipt: Joseph Palmer received of Robert Treat Paine, 10 Aug. 1751
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Account: Various accounts relating to N.C. voyage, [1752?]
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List: Debts and supplies, [1752?]
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Account: Robert Treat Paine to Mrs. Pender, [1752?]
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Account: List of expenses, [1752?]
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Account: Robert Treat Paine to James Allen, [1752?]
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Account: Cash account of Robert Treat Paine, [1752?]
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Account: List of supplies, 1752
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Account: Debts left in Carolina, 1752
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Account: Robert Treat Paine to voyage to North Carolina, 6 Jan. 1752
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Account: Voyage to Carolina [on verso: payment order, Robert Treat Paine to Edward Salter, 2 Nov. 1752]
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Payment order: James Allen to Robert Treat Paine for payment to Joseph Palmer, 9 Jan. 1752
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Receipt: Joseph Palmer received of James Allen and Robert Treat Paine, 22 Jan. 1752
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Receipt: Joseph Palmer received of Robert Treat Paine, 22 Jan. 1752
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Account: Tallies include "In the Treasury, Plate, In Carolina," [1752?]
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Account: Robert Treat Paine to James Allen, 24 Jan. 1752-19 Mar. 1753
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Invoice: "Sundry Merchandize Ship'd on Board the Briganteen Primrose," consigned to Robert Treat Paine, 27 Jan. 1752
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Receipt: Stephen Brown received of Robert Treat Paine, Bath, 13 Apr. 1752
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Account: William Jesper to Robert Treat Paine, 25 Apr. 1752
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List of debts, Bath, 13 May 1752
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Receipt: [Robert Treat Paine?] to Nathaniel Richardson, Bath, 4 June 1752 [fragment]
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Account: Voyage in sloop Hannah to Carolina and Fayal, 1 Sep.-27 Oct. 1752
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Account: Samuel Downe to voyage, 8 Dec. 1752-6 Nov. 1753
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Receipt: William Fisher received of Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 19 Dec. 1752
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Account: Samuel Downes to Robert Treat Paine, 19 Dec. 1752
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Account: [?] Bourne to Robert Treat Paine, 27 Dec. 1752 [fragment]
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Accounts of voyage to North Carolina, 1752
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Memorandum of clothes, etc., 1753
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Writ of review: Paine vs. Rendal, Jan. 1753
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Account: Robert Treat Paine to James Allen, 8 May 1753
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Receipt: James Downe receives of Robert Treat Paine, 9 May 1753
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List: Men belonging to the sloop Hannah (Robert Treat Paine, master), 14 May 1753
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Account: Robert Treat Paine to Freeman & Leddel, 16 May 1753
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Portledge bill: Sloop Hannah on voyage to N.C. and the Western Islands, 3-8 May 1753
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Account: Robert Treat Paine to Joseph Blount, Edenton, N.C., 23 July 1753
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Memorandum relating to voyage to Fayal, 30 Aug. 1753
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Charterparty of affreightment: Solomon Davis of Boston, owner of brigantine Betty (Duncan Ingraham, master), and Henry Leddell of Boston, merchant, 7 Aug. 1753
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Account: Josiah Stevens to James Otis, Sep. 1753-Sep. 1764
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Invoice: Domingo de Souza to Robert Treat Paine, Fayal, 20 Sep. 1753
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Account: Port charges in Fayal of sloop Hannah, [30 Sep.?] 1753 [in Portuguese]
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Customs document issued by Don Francisco Antonio de Villasota, administrator general, 17 Oct. 1753 [in Spanish]
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Permits to export salt from Cadiz issued by Don Juan Manuel Barrera to Robert Treat Paine [2 permits] and Thomas Dixey, 17 Nov. 1753 [in Spanish]
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Sailing permit: Issued to Robert Treat Paine by the prefects of Cadiz, 28 Nov. 1753
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Account: Robert Treat Paine to Kemp Pickern & Co., 3 Dec. 1753
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Account: Of Stores, &c., voyage to Cadiz, [Dec.? 1753]
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Receipt: Thomas Bourk received for rigging, Cadiz, 2 Dec. 1753
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Invoice: Sundry goods bought in Cadiz, [13 Dec.?] 1753
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Account: Sales sundry, [1754]
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Account: Robert Treat Paine to James Allen, 1754
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Account: Joseph Palmer to Robert Treat Paine, 1754
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Account: Stephen Young to sloop Hannah, 1754 [2 accounts]
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Account: Sloop Hannah to Robert Treat Paine, 1754 [includes portledge bill for sloop Hannah]
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Account: Robert Treat Paine to James Allen, Feb.-3 Apr. 1754
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Receipt: Beriah Higgins received of Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 13 Feb. 1754
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Receipt: Stephen Young received of Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 22 Feb. 1754
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Order: James Allen to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 16 Mar. 1754
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Account: Robert Treat Paine to Isaac Freeman and Henry Leddel, Boston, 30 Mar. 1754
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Charterparty for sloop Seaflower, 8 Apr. 1754
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Account: Capt. William Patten bought of Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 9 Apr. 1754 [2 accounts]
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Memorandum of stores for whaling voyage, [15?] Apr. 1754
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Account: Robert Treat Paine bought of Joseph Greenleaf, Boston, 15 Apr. 1754
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Account: Robert Treat Paine bought of Joshua Henshaw, Boston, 15 Apr. 1754
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Customs declaration: For sloop Seaflower, 15 Apr. 1754
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Receipt: Nathaniel Gorham received of Robert Treat Paine, Charlestown, 18 Apr. 1754
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Receipt: Jonathan Sawyer received of Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 19 Apr. 1754
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Account: Adventurers in sloop Seaflower to M. Bourn, Apr. 1754
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Account: Robert Treat Paine to Samuel Smith, [20?] Apr. 1754
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Receipted bill: James Pitts sold to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 20 Apr. 1754
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Account: Benjamin Brandon, "his Adventure in Sloop Seaflower," to Robert Treat Paine, 20 Apr. 1754
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Receipt: Robert Treat Paine received of Eleazer Atwood, Eastham, 27 Apr. 1754
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Account: Voyage whaling in sloop Seaflower, 15 Apr.-15 Sep. 1754
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Account: Voyage whaling in sloop Seaflower, May-Sep. 1754
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Agreement: Whaling voyage, 4 May 1754 [draft and signed copies]
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Memorandum: Certifying hire of boat for whaling voyage, Eastham, 1 May 1754
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Tallies of oil, [Sep.?] 1754
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Account: Robert Treat Paine to John Meeker, 6 Sep. 1754
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Receipted bill: John Erving bought of Melatiah Bourn & Co., Boston, 11 Sep. 1754
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Receipt: Beriah Higgins received of Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 12 Sep. 1754
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Receipt: Jonathan Young received of Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 12 Sep. 1754
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Account: Jonathan Young & Co. to Robert Treat Paine, 12 Sep. 1754
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Account: Robert Treat Paine to Jonathan Young & Co., 12 Sep. 1754
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Receipt: Benjamin Henderson and Jonathan Sawyer received of Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 13 Sep. 1754
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Receipt: Benjamin Brandon received of Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 14 Sep. 1754
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Cost tallies for vessel, men, shares, and boats, [Sep. 1754]
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Account: Benjamin Brandon to Robert Treat Paine, 15 Sep. 1754 [2 copies]
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Account: Meletiah Bourn to Robert Treat Paine, 15 Sep. 1754
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Account: Voyage to Greenland in sloop Seaflower, [15 Sep.?] 1754
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Account: Owners of sloop Seaflower to Robert Treat Paine, 18 Sep. 1754
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Account: Voyage to Greenland to Robert Treat Paine, [19 Sep.?] 1754
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Account: Voyage in sloop Seaflower to Robert Treat Paine, [Sep. 1754]
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Account: Whaling voyage to Robert Treat Paine, 19 Sep. 1754
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Account: Robert Treat Paine to Melatiah Bourn, Boston, 24 Sep. 1754
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Bill of lading: Robert Treat Paine shipped goods aboard the sloop Sharp Pen to Halifax, N.S., under Calvin Gay, 2 Oct. 1754
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Bill of lading: Robert Treat Paine shipped goods aboard the schooner Providence to Halifax, N.S., under John Homer, 7 Nov. 1754
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Receipt: John Sweetser, Jr., received to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 12 Nov. 1754
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Cover sheet: "Papers relating to the Table Expences of Colo. Willard's Regiment on the first Expedition against Crown Point, 1755"
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Accounts and promissory notes, 1755
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List of household utensils
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Bill: Mr. Taylor bought of William Pattin, Boston, 10 Sep. 1755
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Account: Money supplied by Col. Willard, Col. Hazeltine, Maj. Gage, J. Calef, W. Taylor, and Col. Whitcomb [and 2 tally sheets for same]
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Account: Col. Samuel Willard
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Account: Robert Treat Paine to Benjamin Brandon, 15 Sep. 1755-Jan. 1756
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Account: Robert Treat Paine to James Allen, 1754-22 Jan. 1755
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Account: Robert Treat Paine to Joseph Greenleaf, 15 Apr. 1754-24 Jan. 1755
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Account: Mrs. Elizabeth Eliot to Robert Treat Paine, 15 Sep. 1754-Feb. 1755
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Chaplain's commission: Appointing Robert Treat Paine, signed by Spencer Phips, 8 Aug. 1755
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Account: James Allen to Robert Treat Paine, [1756?]
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Land grant: Grant to Charles Apthorp of Boston of lot no. 7 of Kennebeck Proprietors, 14 Jan. 1756 [copy]
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Account: Robert Treat Paine to Abel Willard, Mar. 1756
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Account: Humphry Scammon vs. Thomas Pain, York County Inferiour Court, Apr. 1756
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Power of attorney: Joseph Greenleaf of Abington appoints Robert Treat Paine, 8 Sep. 1757
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Power of attorney: Daniel Etter of Philadelphia, Pa., appoints Peter Etter of Germantown near Boston, 3 Sep. 1757
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Power of attorney: Eleazer Hayward of Bellingham appoints Robert Treat Paine, 29 [?] 1757
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Power of attorney: Samuel Kneeland of Boston and Timothy Green of New London, Conn., appoint Robert Treat Paine, 29 Mar. 1758
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Receipt: Robert Treat Paine to Cotton Tufts for "visits Medicines & attendance to Mr. Thos. Paine late of German Town," 18 Sep. 1756-3 May 1757
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Receipt: Woodbridge Brown to Joseph Greenleaf, Abington, Apr. 1758
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Account: Robert Treat Paine to Joseph Scot, "Accot. Sales of Guns," 11 Sep. 1758-8 June 1759
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Power of attorney: James Halsey of Boston appoints Robert Treat Paine, 13 Sep. 1758
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Deed: Phineas Parker of Boston sells to Robert Treat Paine half interest in Boston land, 11 Jan. 1759
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Account: Robert Treat Paine entry fees, Feb. 1759
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Bond: Phineas Parker of Boston to Robert Treat Paine, 31 Mar. 1759
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Will: Robert Treat Paine, dated 15 May 1759
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Memorandum of court costs, York Court, June 1759
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Account: Robert Treat Paine to Nathl. Ridgway, July 1759
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Promissory notes and receipt, 18 Aug. 1759-31 Mar. 1760
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Order: Robert Treat Paine allowed to sell real estate of Thomas Paine towards payment of his debts, 21 Aug. 1759
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Power of attorney: Eleazer Hayward of Bellingham, Suffolk County, appoints Robert Treat Paine, 21 Aug. 1759
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Account: Dr. Wheeler's cash, 8 Aug. 1760-28 May 1771
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Deed: Robert Treat Paine in settlement of Thomas Paine's estate sells to John Moffat of Boston land in Maine, 14 Feb. 1760
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Account: Mr. Pain, 20 Feb. 1760
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Deed: John Moffat of Boston sells to Robert Treat Paine land in Maine, 21 Feb. 1760
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Account: Mr. Pain's account, by Moses Deshon, 5 Mar. 1760
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Account: Mr. Pain's account, 26 Mar. 1760
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Petition to settle accounts of estate of Thomas Paine, signed by Thomas Hutchinson as judge of probate, 9 May 1760 [includes list of creditors of the estate of Thomas Paine, 18 Jan. 1760, and list of creditors' receipts]
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Power of attorney: Benjamin Edwards of Woburn appoints Robert Treat Paine, 26 May 1760
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Account: Joseph How to Robert Treat Paine, 5 July 1760-5 June 1761
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Power of attorney: William Grafton of Swanzey appoints Robert Treat Paine, 9 Dec. 1760
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Power of attorney: Jabez Eddy, Jr., of Middleboro appoints Robert Treat Paine, [8?] Sep. 1761
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Account: Robert Treat Paine notes on court costs, Jan. 1762-June 1764
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Power of attorney: Thomas Cole of Middleborough appoints Robert Treat Paine, 26 Mar. 1761
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Power of attorney: Ratcliffe Hellon of Taunton appoints Robert Treat Paine, 1 Apr. 1761, substituted for Samuel Quincy of Boston, 3 Apr. 1761
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Power of attorney: Daniel Calfe of Boston appoints Robert Treat Paine, 3 Apr. 1761
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Power of attorney: Benjamin Hiller of Rochester appoints Robert Treat Paine, 6 Apr. 1761
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Power of attorney: Elkanah Church, Jr., of Plymouth appoints Robert Treat Paine, 4 May 1761
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Power of attorney: Abiel Cooke of Little Compton, R.I., appoints Robert Treat Paine, 15 May 1761
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Power of attorney: Robert Fish of Warwick, R.I., appoints Robert Treat Paine, 8 Sep. 1761
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Deed: Edmund Hawes and wife to Edmund Hawes, Jr., and heirs, with Edmund, Jr., paying portions to Bethiah Hinkley and James Paine Freeman [Dec. 1761?] [draft]
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Power of attorney: Benjamin Hall, 2d, of Raynham appoints Robert Treat Paine, 9 Mar. 1762
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Power of attorney: William Healy, Jr., of Rehoboth appoints Robert Treat Paine, 4 May 1762
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Power of attorney: Judah Crowell of Dartmouth appoints Robert Treat Paine, 18 May 1762
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Power of attorney: Sylvanus Drew of Scituate, R.I., appoints Robert Treat Paine, 24 [?] 1762
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Power of attorney: James Green of Providence, R.I., appoints Robert Treat Paine, 4 June 1762
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Summons: Nathaniel Richardson of Boston to Inferiour Court of Bristol County in Ebenezer Brintnel of Norton vs. Richardson, 5 July 1762
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Power of attorney: Ratcliff Hellon of Taunton appoints Molley Gilbert of Freetown, 8 July 1762
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Payment order: Samuel Valentine to Henry Quincy, Freetown, 2 Aug. 1762
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Payment order: Samuel Valentine to Henry Quincy, Freetown, 3 Aug. 1762
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Power of attorney: Jonathan Hobby of Boston appoints Robert Treat Paine, 21 Aug. 1762
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Writ of execution: Robert Treat Paine, Joseph Greenleaf of Abington and his wife Abigail, and Eunice Paine vs. Deliverance Eldred of Dartmouth, as administratrix of estate of Elnathan Eldred, 19 Aug. 1762
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Power of attorney: John Hulet of Scituate, R.I., appoints Silas Downer of Providence, R.I., 15 Sep. 1762, Robert Treat Paine substituted, 6 Nov. 1762
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Power of attorney: Napthali Hart and Isaac Hart of Newport, R.I., and Samuel Hart of New York, N.Y., and Abraham Hart of London, England, appoint Robert Treat Paine, 9 Sep. 1762
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Power of attorney: John Bannister of Middletown, R.I., appoints Robert Treat Paine, 9 Sep. 1762
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Promissory note: Jael Hathway to James Otis, 13 Oct. 1762, and receipt, 5 Dec. 1764
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Writ of execution: Thomas Maycomber of Taunton vs. The proprietors of the Common & Undivided Lands in Taunton old Township, 18 Nov. 1762
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Power of attorney: Ebenezer Dimock of Falmouth appoints Robert Treat Paine, 8 Dec. 1762
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Power of attorney: Thomas Cobb of Attleboro appoints Robert Treat Paine, 20 Dec. 1762
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Power of attorney: Waite Feild of Providence, R.I., appoints Robert Treat Paine, 23 Dec. 1762
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Power of attorney: David Cunningham of Worcester appoints Robert Treat Paine, 23 Dec. 1762
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Promissory note: Thomas Cobb to Nathaniel Wheelwright, Boston, 28 Dec 1762 [receipt]
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Account: Joshua Cambell as administrator of estate of Samuel Hunt of Norton, [1763]
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Account: John Lambert, [23 Mar. 1763]
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Power of attorney: John Cavender of Middleboro appoints Robert Treat Paine, 14 June 1763
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Power of attorney: Samuel Drinkwater of Dighton appoints Robert Treat Paine, 13 Aug. 1763
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List of writs unpaid, Sep. 1763-Dec. 1772
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Power of attorney: Samuel Hallowel of Middleborough appoints Robert Treat Paine, 12 Sep. 1763
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Writ of execution: David Cunningham of Worcester vs. John Lambert of Taunton, 8 Nov. 1763
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Power of attorney: Samuel Denny of Georgetown (Lincoln County) appoints Robert Treat Paine, 12 Nov. 1763
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Power of attorney: Thomas Cobb of Attleboro appoints Robert Treat Paine, 19 Dec. 1763
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Power of attorney: Benjamin Belknap of Johnston, R.I., appoints Robert Treat Paine, 31 Dec. 1763
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Writ of execution: James Sabin of Providence, R.I. vs. Philip Wheeler of Rehoboth, 7 Jan. 1764
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Memorandum: Miscellaneous tallies for costs and debts, beginning 12 June 1764
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Power of attorney: Thomas Cobb of Taunton appoints Robert Treat Paine, 11 Feb. 1764
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Power of attorney: John Gould, Jr., of Boston appoints Robert Treat Paine, 7 Mar. 1764
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Deposition: Unsigned statement on "Defrauding the Town [of Scituate] of six shillings," with notes by Robert Treat Paine, [Apr. 1764]
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Power of attorney: Anna Evenon of Stoughton appoints Robert Treat Paine, 19 Apr. 1764
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Summons: Miner Sprague of Taunton to Inferiour Court of Common Pleas at Barnstable in Gideon Gray of Yarmouth vs. Sprague, 7 May 1764
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Bill: Charles Ward Apthorp to Thomas Cobb, 28 May 1764
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Power of attorney: John Gould, Jr., of Boston appoints Robert Treat Paine, 18 July 1764 [filed with power of attorney: Thomas Brown of Boston appoints Robert Treat Paine, 9 Aug. 1765]
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Writ of execution: Joseph Blake of Hingham vs. Joshua Seekens of Taunton, 26 July 1764
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Power of attorney: Ichabod Comstock of Smithfield, R.I., appoints Robert Treat Paine, 15 Aug. 1764
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Power of attorney: William Brown of Dighton appoints Robert Treat Paine, 27 Aug. 1764
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Power of attorney: Zachariah Austen of Dighton appoints Robert Treat Paine, 29 May 1764
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Power of attorney: Samuel Briggs of Dighton appoints Robert Treat Paine, 28 May 1764
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Power of attorney: William Hill of Swanzy appoints Robert Treat Paine, 11 June 1764
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Writ of execution: Isaac Anthony of Portsmouth, R.I. vs. Robert Sherman of Swansey, 30 Aug. 1764
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Power of attorney: Nathan Hallowel of Middleboro appoints Robert Treat Paine, 8 Sep. 1764
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Power of attorney: Richard Gifford of Tiverton, R.I., appoints Robert Treat Paine, 10 Sep. 1764
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Power of attorney: Nathan Drake, David Gay, and William Miriam of Stoughton appoint Robert Treat Paine, 11 Sep. 1764
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Power of attorney: Josiah Drew of Dartmouth appoints Robert Treat Paine, 10 Sep. 1764
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Summons: John Hening of Boston to "Court of General Sessions of the Peace to be holden at Taunton" in Thomas Cobb of Attleborough vs. Hening, 21 Jan. 1765
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Power of attorney: Oliver Cooke of Tiverton, R.I., appoints Robert Treat Paine, 15 Mar. 1765
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Power of attorney: Gilbert Deblois of Boston appoints Robert Treat Paine, 20 Apr. 1765
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Writ of attachment: Gilbert Deblois of Boston vs. Jonathan Hill of Swanzy and Elisha Eddy of Swanzy, 22 Apr. 1765
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Power of attorney: James Edminster, Jr., of Freetown appoints Robert Treat Paine, 11 May 1765
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Power of attorney: Benjamin Crabtree of Rehoboth appoints Robert Treat Paine, 20 Aug. 1765
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Power of attorney: Nathan Hallowell of Middleboro appoints Robert Treat Paine, 20 Aug. 1765
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Summons: Ebenezer Spooner of Middleborough to Inferiour Court of Common Pleas at Taunton in Robert Treat Paine of Taunton vs. Spooner, 2 Aug. 1765 [2 copies]
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Power of attorney: Thomas Brown of Boston appoints Robert Treat Paine, 9 Aug. 1765 [attached to power of attorney: John Gould, Jr., of Boston appoints Robert Treat Paine, 18 July 1764]
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Power of attorney: John Gould and Robert Gould, both of Boston, appoint Robert Treat Paine, 9 Aug. 1765
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Power of attorney: Job Eddy of Swanzey appoints Robert Treat Paine, 19 Aug. 1765
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Power of attorney: Jonathan Davel of Dartmouth appoints Robert Treat Paine, 20 Aug. 1765
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Writ of attachment: Robert Treat Paine of Taunton vs. Ebenezer Spooner of Middleborough and Thomas Spooner of Plymouth, 2 Aug. 1765
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Power of attorney: Daniel Hunt of Dartmouth appoints Robert Treat Paine, 17 Sep. 1765
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Writ of execution: Thomas Cobb of Attleborough vs. Jacob Harvey of Mendon, 19 Sep. 1765
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Bill: Ebenezer Goldthwaite, Suffolk County clerk, to Robert Treat Paine, Oct. 1765
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"Extract from the Judgment of his Majesty in Council on a Cause John Freebody Originally Appelts. Jahleel Brenton & other Assignees of Jos. Whipple Esqr. Respondts. for the recovery of 520 acres of Land &c.," [Oct. 1765]
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Writ of execution: John Gould, Robert Gould, and John Gould, Jr., all of Boston vs. Richard Godfrey of Taunton, 7 Oct. 1765
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Promissory note: Royall Lawton to Samuel White, 17 Oct. 1765
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Writ of execution: James Otis of Scituate vs. Jonathan Briant of Freetown, 30 Oct. 1765
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Deed: Deliverence Eldridge of Dartmouth deeds to Robert Treat Paine "peices of Land & meadow all lying in sd. Dartmouth," 29 Oct. 1765
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Power of attorney: Thomas Gray of Boston appoints Robert Treat Paine, 19 Nov. 1765
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Power of attorney: John Gray of Boston appoints Robert Treat Paine, 19 Nov. 1765
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Writ of execution: Joseph Blake of Hingham vs. John Seekell of Taunton, 1 Feb. 1766
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Writ of attachment: Mary Bartlet of Dighton vs. Jeremiah Fisher of Dighton, 17 Apr. 1766
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Power of attorney: John Hervey of Taunton appoints Robert Treat Paine, 7 Apr. 1766
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Promissory note: Royall Lawton to Samuel White, 23 Apr. 1766
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Promissory note: Royall Lawton to William Brown, 23 Apr. 1766
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Power of attorney: James Alger of Bridgewater appoints Robert Treat Paine, 9 May 1766
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Writ of attachment: John Perry, Jr., of Swanzy vs. Moses Buffington of Swanzy, 10 June 1766
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Promissory note: James Edminster to Joseph Atwood, 26 May 1766
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Account: Robert Gould in account with William Taylor, Boston, signed 21 Sep. 1769 [account begins July 1766]
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Power of attorney: Tirrel Gilmore of Raynham appoints Robert Treat Paine, 9 July 1766
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Promissory note: David Briggs to Sylvester Richmond, Jr., Dighton, 14 July 1766
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Power of attorney: Joseph Greenleaf of Abington and wife Abigail and Eunice Paine of Braintree appoint Robert Treat Paine, 14 July 1766
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Power of attorney: Benjamin Davis and Edward Davis, both of Boston, appoint Robert Treat Paine, 21 July 1766
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Power of attorney: Ephraim Burr of Easton appoints Robert Treat Paine, 28 July 1766
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Writ of attachment: Job Smith of Taunton vs. William Wetherbe of Attleborough, 30 July 1766
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Writ of attachment: Job Smith of Taunton vs. Noah Brown of Attleborough, 30 July 1766
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Writ of attachment: Josiah Cornish of Taunton vs. William Presbury of Taunton, 2 Aug. 1766 [with attached account]
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Promissory note: Ephraim Tisdale to John Tisdale, 5 Aug. 1766
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Power of attorney: Mary Edson of Bridgewater appoints Robert Treat Paine, 18 Aug. 1766
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Power of attorney: Reuben Delano of Dartmouth appoints Robert Treat Paine, 16 Sep. 1766
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Power of attorney: Timothy Howland of Dartmouth appoints Daniel Hathway of Dartmouth, 17 Sep. 1766, substituted for Robert Treat Paine, 18 Nov. 1766
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Power of attorney: John Hobart of Pembrook appoints Joseph Greenleaf of Abington, 18 Sep. 1766
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Writ of execution: Ephraim Burr of Easton vs. Jeremiah Fisher of Dighton, 19 Sep. 1766
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Power of attorney: Solomon Ames of Bridgewater appoints Robert Treat Paine, 2 Oct. 1766
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Power of attorney: Hezekiah Hooper of Bridgewater appoints Robert Treat Paine, 16 Oct. 1766
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Power of attorney: Solomon Finney of Greenwich, Conn., appoints Robert Treat Paine, 18 Oct. 1766
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Writ of attachment: Hezekiah Hooper of Bridgewater vs. Lemuel Lyon of Stoughtonham, 20 Oct. 1766
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Power of attorney: William Holden of Boston appoints Robert Treat Paine, 6 Nov. 1767
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Writ of execution: Jonathan Briant of Dighton vs. Josiah Cornish of Taunton, 12 Nov. 1766
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Writ of attachment: Joseph Leonard of Bridgewater vs. Elijah Hall of Raynham, 24 Nov. 1766
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Power of attorney: Thomas Darling, Jr., of Middleboro appoints Robert Treat Paine, 9 Dec. 1766
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State of the case Forman vs. Baylies, notes by James Otis, [Apr. 1767]
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Power of attorney: Clothier Hathaway of Freetown appoints Robert Treat Paine, 23 Jan. 1767
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Writ of attachment: [?] vs. Thomas Gilbert of Berkley, 3 Feb. 1767
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Writ of attachment: Stephen Webster of Berkley vs. John Williams of Taunton, 9 Feb. 1767 [with attached account]
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Writ of execution: Thomas Hutchinson, Jr., of Boston vs. Josiah Cornish of Taunton, 11 Feb. 1767, receipt by Robert Treat Paine, 11 July 1767
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Writ of attachment: William Brown of Dighton vs. Caleb Eddy of Norton, 20 July 1767 [with attached account]
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Writ of attachment: Sarah Rumriel of Newport, R.I. vs. James Mason of Swanzey and Mary his wife, 27 July 1767
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Power of attorney: Jonathan Holloway of Bridgewater appoints Robert Treat Paine, 4 Apr. 1767
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Writ of attachment: Richard Godfrey of Taunton vs. Samuel Williams of Taunton, 20 Apr. 1767
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Promissory note: Ezekiel Smith, debt to Samuel Whitmarsh, 18 Apr. 1767
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Power of attorney: Robert Gibbs of Providence, R.I., appoints Robert Treat Paine, 24 Apr. 1767
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Promissory note: Isaac Lincoln [Linkon] to Noah Wiswall, 7 May 1767
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Power of attorney: Samuel Fayerweather of South Kingston, R.I., appoints Robert Treat Paine, 27 June 1767
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Summons: To Elkanah Elmes of Middleborough in Thomas Brownell of Portsmouth, R.I. vs. Elmes, 30 June 1767 [on verso: case list, Plymouth Common Pleas, Dec. 1773-Apr. 1774]
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Power of attorney: Joseph Gifford of Portsmouth, R.I., appoints Robert Treat Paine, 20 July 1767
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Writ of attachment: Daniel Russell of Newport, R.I. vs. James Mason of Swanzy and Mary his wife, 27 July 1767
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Power of attorney: Isaac Hathaway of Freetown appoints Robert Treat Paine, 20 Aug. 1767
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Promissory note: Joseph White, debt to Simeon White, 21 Sep. 1767
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Power of attorney: Lydia Berrey of Harwich appoints Robert Treat Paine, 29 Sep. 1767
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Writ of execution: Simeon Perry of Dighton vs. Josiah Cornish of Taunton, 19 Oct. 1767, receipt by Robert Treat Paine, 30 Jan. 1768
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Writ of attachment: James Otis of Barnstable vs. James Sabin of Rehoboth, 2 Nov. 1767
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Writ of execution: Robert Treat Paine vs. Israel Cummings of Swansey, 6 Nov. 1767
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Summons: To Nathan Brewster of Duxborough in William Bennit of Marshfield vs. Brewster, 10 Nov. 1767 [on verso: list of writs to Barnstable and Plymouth courts, Apr. 1768]
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Bill: Robinson vs. Cummings, Bristol Common Pleas, 16 Jan.-Aug. 1768
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Writ of attachment: Rufus Whitmarsh of Dighton vs. James Child of Barnstable, 26 Jan. 1768
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Writ of attachment: David Whitmarsh and Rufus Whitmarsh, both of Dighton vs. Jonathan Burt of Norton, 28 Jan. 1768
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Power of attorney: William Dawes of Boston appoints Robert Treat Paine, 20 Feb. 1768
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List of writs to Barnstable and Plymouth courts, Apr. 1768 [on verso: summons to Nathan Brewster of Duxborough in William Bennit of Marshfield vs. Brewster, 10 Nov. 1767]
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Promissory note: David Briggs to Lemuel Crane, 20 Apr. 1768
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Power of attorney: Noah Allen of Dartmouth vs. Robert Treat Paine, 28 Apr. 1768
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Promissory note: Robart Miller to Philip Hathaway, 27 Apr. 1768
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Writ of attachment: Thomas Cobb of Taunton vs. Ebenezer Stephens of Taunton, 15 June 1768
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Writ of attachment: George Leonard, 3d, of Norton vs. John Thing of Norton, 30 July 1768
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Writ of attachment: Philip Hathaway of Freetown vs. Samuel Hallowel of Middleborough, 28 July 1768 [with account attached]
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Summons: To William Wood of East Greenwich, R.I., in Robert Treat Paine vs. Wood, 3 Aug. 1768
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Writ of attachment: Robert Treat Paine vs. William Wood of East Greenwich, R.I., 13 Aug. 1768
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Writ of execution: James Otis of Barnstable vs. John King of Raynham, 7 Sep. 1768
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Writ of execution: Ruth Carr, widow, and Robert Carr, both of Warren, R.I., executors of the will of Caleb Carr, late of Warren vs. Samuel Ingols, Jr., of Rehoboth, 3 Oct. 1768
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Writ of attachment: Thomas Robinson of Newport, R.I. vs. Charles Church of Freetown, 31 Oct. 1768 [with account attached]
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Writ of attachment: Thomas Robinson of Newport, R.I. vs. Charles Church of Freetown, Samuel Spooner, Joseph Borden, and Andrew [Riche?] of Freetown, 31 Oct. 1768 [with account attached]
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Promissory note: Joseph French to Job Williams, 29 Nov. 1768
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Promissory note: Elisabeth Linkon to Daniel Leonard, 29 Dec. 1768
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Power of attorney: Josiah Draper of Attleborough appoints Robert Treat Paine, 20 Feb. 1769
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Power of attorney: John Hill of Brookfield appoints Robert Treat Paine, 25 Feb. 1769
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Promissory note: Daniel Hathaway to Theophilus Clark, 27 Feb. 1769
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Account: Ebenezer Tolman, 24 Feb. 1769
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Writ of attachment: Mathew Cummings of Taunton vs. Nathaniel White of Taunton, 5 Mar. 1769
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Summons: To Zachariah Gurney of Bridgewater in Edmund Soper of Braintree vs. Gurney, 18 Mar. 1769 [on verso: power of attorney: Zachariah Gurney appoints Robert Treat Paine, 13 Apr. 1769]
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Deed: Thomas Gray of Boston sells to Robert Treat Paine house and land in Taunton, 24 Mar. 1769
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Power of attorney: Gideon Gardner of Boston appoints Robert Treat Paine, 24 [?] 1769
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Writ of attachment: William Brown of Dighton vs. Levi White of Norton, 28 Mar. 1769
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Power of attorney: Thomas Gilbert, Jr., of Berkley appoints Robert Treat Paine, 29 Mar. 1769
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Summons: To Robert Luther of Swansey in James Waldron of Dighton vs. Luther, 30 Mar. 1769
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Power of attorney: Jabez Haskell of Taunton appoints Robert Treat Paine, 1 Apr. 1769
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Power of attorney: Abiel Ellis and Elnathan Ellis, both of Sandwich, appoint Robert Treat Paine, 3 Apr. 1769
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Power of attorney: John Hill of Brookfield appoints Robert Treat Paine, [after May 1769]
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Summons: To Nehemiah Allen of Middleboro, agent and trustee of Elkanah Elmes, in John Hill of Brookfield vs. Allen, 8 May 1769
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Promissory note: Ephraim Cole to John Porter, 10 May 1769
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Promissory note: David Briggs, Jr., to John Babbit, 1 June 1769
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Power of attorney: James Edminster, Jr., of Freetown appoints Robert Treat Paine, 6 July 1769
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Writ of execution: Nathan Angel of Providence, R.I. vs. Job Pain of Freetown, 8 July 1769
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Power of attorney: Silas Clark of Swanzy appoints Robert Treat Paine, 10 July 1769
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Summons: To Corey Durfee and Gideon Hathway of Freetown in Moses Nichols of Berkley vs. Durfee and Hathway, 10 July 1769 [on verso: case list, "cases to settle," Mar. 1771, Taunton Court, June 1771]
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Power of attorney: Joseph Hathaway, 2d, of Freetown appoints Robert Treat Paine, 12 July 1769
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Writ of attachment: Silas Clark of Swanzy vs. Jeremy Fisher of Dighton, 15 July 1769
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Summons: To Thomas Gilbert of Berkley, trustee of William Gyles, in Thomas White, 2d, of Freetown vs. Gilbert, 21 July 1769
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Account: Daniel Lincoln, 2d, account against John Porter, filed 21 July 1769
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Writ of attachment: William Brown of Dighton vs. Jonathan Bryant of Dighton, 31 July 1769
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Power of attorney: Mehetable Harrison of Freetown appoints Robert Treat Paine, 31 July 1769
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Promissory note: Robert Pigsley to George Ware, Dighton, 30 July 1769
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Power of attorney: Titus Hosmer of Middletown, Conn., as executor to Joseph Hooper, appoints Hezekiah Hooper of Bridgewater, 5 Aug. 1769
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Power of attorney: Elkanah Elmes of Dartmouth appoints Robert Treat Paine, 14 Aug. 1769
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Power of attorney: Peleg Bryant of Scituate appoints Robert Treat Paine, 14 Aug. 1769
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List of fees received, 15 Aug.-9 Dec. 1769
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Writ of attachment: Job Chase of Middleborough vs. Samuel Hallowell of Middleborough, 16 Aug. 1769
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Writ of execution: Edward Blanchard of Boston vs. Jonathan Hill of Swansey, 24 Oct. 1769
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Writ of attachment: Nathan Angel of Providence, R.I. vs. Ebenezer Talbot of Dighton, 29 Aug. 1769
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Writ of attachment: Henry Laughton, Benjamin Faneuil, and Bossenger Foster, all of Boston vs. Robert Gould of Boston, 22 Sep. 1769 [attached account of Robert Gould with the estate of James Griffin deceased]
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Writ of attachment: Henry Laughton, Benjamin Faneuil, and Bossenger Foster vs. John Crandon of Dartmouth, agent and trustee of Robert Gould, 28 Sep. 1769 [attached account of Robert Gould with the estate of James Griffin deceased]
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Case lists [notebook]: Plymouth Common Pleas, Plymouth Superior, Barnstable Superior, Bristol Common Pleas, Bristol Superior, 1769
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Writ of attachment: Mathew Robinson of South Kingston, R.I. vs. Benjamin Weaver of Swanzy, 14 Nov. 1769
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Writ of attachment: Nathan Angel of Providence, R.I. vs. Jeremiah Fisher of Dighton, 18 Nov. 1769
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Deed: Thomas Cobb of Taunton sells to Robert Treat Paine a parcel of land in Taunton, 18 Dec. 1769
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Power of attorney: Richard Borden of Tiverton, R.I., appoints Robert Treat Paine, 25 Dec. 1769
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Deed: Robert Treat Paine and John McWhorter of Taunton exchange pieces of land in Taunton, [177-?] [incomplete draft of deed]
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Case list: Plymouth Superior Court, 1770
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Writ of attachment: Nathan Angel of Providence, R.I. vs. Benjamin Grenall of Freetown, 17 Feb. 1770
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Power of attorney: Job Howland of Dartmouth appoints Robert Treat Paine, 21 Feb. 1770
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Writ of attachment: Robert Treat Paine vs. John Freelove of Freetown, 10 Mar. 1770
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Summons: To John Freelove of Freetown in Robert Treat Paine vs. Freelove, 10 Mar. 1770
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Writ of attachment: Robert Treat Paine vs. Job Richmond of Middleborough, 12 Mar. 1770
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Writ of attachment: Levi Leach of Bridgewater vs. Ebenezer Redding of Berkley, 14 Mar. 1770
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Power of attorney: Richard Godfrey, Simeon Williams, Henry Hodges, Richard Cobb, and James Leonard, as selectmen of Taunton, appoint Robert Treat Paine and Daniel Leonard, both of Taunton, in an action brought by the selectmen of Middleborough, 6 Apr. 1770
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Writ of attachment: Robert Treat Paine vs. Samuel Hoskins of Middleborough, 7 Apr. 1770 [with attached account]
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Writ of attachment: Mehetabel Harison of Freetown vs. Benjamin Mason of Freetown, 7 Apr. 1770
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Promissory note: John Adam to Thomas Gray of Boston, administrator on the estate of his brother Benjamin Gray, late of Boston, 27 Apr. 1770 [copy]
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Power of attorney: Richard Holland of Freetown appoints Robert Treat Paine, 10 May 1770
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Power of attorney: Samuel Downe of Boston appoints Robert Treat Paine, 12 June 1770
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Power of attorney: James Edminster, Jr., of Freetown appoints Robert Treat Paine, 2 June 1770
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Deed: Deliverance Eldridge of Dartmouth delivers to Robert Treat Paine land in Dartmouth in fulfillment of mortgage (29 Oct. 1765), 8 Aug. 1770
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Writ of attachment: Charles Read of Berkley vs. William Robinson of Swanzy, 12 Aug. 1770
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Power of attorney: Jonathan Davel of Tiverton, R.I., appoints Robert Treat Paine, 20 Aug. 1770
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Writ of attachment: Thomas Hutchinson of Boston vs. Noah Hall of Raynham, 21 Aug. 1770
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Writ of attachment: Edward Blanchard of Boston vs. Elisha Eddy of Swanzy, 21 Aug. 1770
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Writ of attachment: Foster Hutchinson of Boston vs. Noah Hall of Raynham, 21 Aug. 1770
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Writ of attachment: Ebenezer Bradish of Cambridge vs. Seth Williams, Jr., of Taunton, 28 Aug. 1770
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Power of attorney: William Gyles of Newport, R.I., appoints Robert Treat Paine, 1 Sep. 1770
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Power of attorney: Joshua Hathaway of Freetown appoints Robert Treat Paine, 11 Sep. 1770
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Case list: Bristol Superior Court, Oct. 1770
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Case list: Plymouth Common Pleas, Oct. 1770, Plymouth Inferior Court, Dec. 1770 [on verso: unidentified deed fragment]
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Writ of execution: Jane Brown of Providence, R.I., Robert Brown of South Kingston, R.I., and Matthew Robinson of South Kingston, surviving executors of John Brown of Newport, R.I. vs. James Edmester, Jr., of Freetown, 3 Oct. 1770
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Power of attorney: Noah Hall of Raynham appoints Robert Treat Paine, 17 Dec. 1770
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Summons: To Thomas Willis of Eaton in Solomon Ripley of Bridgwater vs. Willis, 29 Jan. 1771 [on verso: case list, Plymouth Court, Apr. 1771]
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Writ of execution: Thomas Downe of Boston vs. Job Macumber of Taunton, 30 Jan. 1771
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Summons: To Barzillai Hammond of Rochester in Robert Treat Paine vs. Hammond, 8 Feb. 1771
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Writ of attachment: Robert Treat Paine vs. Barzillai Hammond of Rochester, 8 Feb. 1771
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Writ of attachment: Thomas Willis of Easton vs. Thomas Gilbert of Berkley, 22 Feb. 1771
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Case list: "Cases to settle," Mar. 1771, Taunton Court, June 1771 [on verso: summons to Corey Durfee and Gideon Hathway of Freetown in Moses Nichols of Berkley vs. Durfee and Hathway, 10 July 1769]
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Power of attorney: Daniel Hathway of Dartmouth vs. Robert Treat Paine, 12 Mar. 1771
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Writ of attachment: Edward Shove of Dighton vs. Ichabod Packard of Oakham, 22 Mar. 1771
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Case list: Plymouth Court, Apr. 1771 [on verso: summons to Thomas Willis of Eaton in Solomon Ripley of Bridgwater vs. Willis, 29 Jan. 1771]
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Mortgage: Thomas Gilbert of Freetown mortgages land there to Robert Treat Paine, 25 Apr. 1771
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Case lists: Plymouth Superior Court, May 1771-1772, Barnstable Superior Court, May 1771
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Notes on July 1771 session, Freeman vs. Child, Falmouth Superior Court
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Summons: To Ezekiel Thayer of Petersham in Robert Treat Paine vs. Thayer, 12 Aug. 1771
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Writ of attachment: Robert Treat Paine vs. Ezekiel Thayer of Petersham, 12 Aug. 1771
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Writ of attachment: Aaron Lopez of Newport, R.I. vs. Abial Peirce of Middleborough, 23 Aug. 1771 [with account attached]
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Writ of attachment: William Brown of Dighton vs. Abial Peirce of Middleborough, 23 Aug. 1771
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Summons: To James Strobridge of Middleborough in John McPherson of Dartmouth vs. Strobridge, 26 Apr. 1771 [declaration of case on verso]
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Special verdict: Samuel Waldo vs. M. Pearson, undated
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Writ of attachment: Edward Shove and Asa Shove, both of Dighton vs. Jesse Teague of Swanzy, 26 Aug. 1771
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Writ of execution: William Halloway, Jr., of Taunton vs. estate of John Austin, late of Dighton, 4 Sep. 1771
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Promissory note: Robert Miller to Philip Hathway, 9 Sep. 1771
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Case lists: Plymouth, Oct.-Dec. 1771
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Writ of attachment: William Brown of Dighton vs. Philemon Dunham of Norton, 20 Nov. 1771
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Writ of execution: Josiah Dean of Raynham vs. Ammi Chase of Freetown, 3 Dec. 1771
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Promissory note: Elijah Brown to Joseph French, 22 Dec. 1771
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Writ of attachment: Jabez Bowen of Providence, R.I. vs. John Harvey of Taunton, 23 Dec. 1771

Banister vs. Copley papers

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Notes on Banister vs. Henderson, Superior Court, Mar. 1765
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Notes on Banister vs. Copley
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State of the case: Banister vs. Copley
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Will: Thomas Banister of Boston, signed 25 Jan. 1709, probated 20 Aug. 1709
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State of the case: Banister vs. Henderson
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State of the case: Banister vs. Cuningham
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Special verdict: Banister vs. Henderson, Aug. 1764
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Banister vs. Fenno, Jan. 1770
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Writ of attachment: Robert Treat Paine vs. D. R., [Feb. 1772?]
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Summons: To Samuel Chase of Swanzy in Robert Treat Paine vs. Chase, 17 Feb. 1772
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Writ of attachment: Robert Treat Paine vs. Samuel Chase of Swanzy, 17 Feb. 1772 [with account attached]
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Deed: Simeon Tisdale sells to Robert Treat Paine land in Taunton, co-signed by Zilpha Tisdale, 21 Feb. 1772
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Case list: Taunton Court, Mar. 1772
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Writ of attachment: Samuel Nightingale, Jr., of Providence, R.I. vs. Jonathan Walker of Dighton, 16 Mar. 1772
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Writ of attachment: Nathan Angel of Providence, R.I. vs. Job Macumber of Taunton, 23 Mar. 1772
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Case list: Plymouth Common Pleas, Apr. 1772
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Writ of attachment: Peter Pitts, Jr., of Dighton vs. Simon Burr, 2d, of Rehoboth, 6 Apr. 1772
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Power of attorney: Jeremiah Holmes of Plymouth appoints Robert Treat Paine, 17 Apr. 1772
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Writ of attachment: William Brown of Dighton vs. George Mills of Norton, 22 Aug. 1772
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Special verdict: Abraham Colden vs. Benjamin Stockbridge, May 1772 [damaged]
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Special verdict: Jacobs vs. Tillage, Plymouth Court, May 1772
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Case list: Taunton court, June 1772
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Writ of attachment: Robert Treat Paine vs. Hezekiah Cole, Jr., of Swanzy, 2 June 1772 [with account attached]
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Writ of attachment: James Hart of Taunton vs. Moses Freeman of Middleton, Conn., 6 June 1772
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Writ of attachment: William Holloway, Jr., of Taunton vs. Cephas Briggs of Dighton, 26 June 1772
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Writ of execution: Jonathan Porter of Middleborough vs. Abner Williams of Taunton, 22 July 1772
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Power of attorney: Sarah Eddy of Norton appoints Robert Treat Paine, 21 Aug. 1772
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Writ of attachment: William Rhodes, Jr., of Cranston, R.I. vs. Benjamin Shores of Taunton, 22 Aug. 1772
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Case list: Plymouth Common Pleas, Dec. 1772, Bristol Common Pleas, Dec. 1772
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Memorandum of "Persons to write to," 1773
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Power of attorney: Creditors of insolvent estate of Capt. Edward Emerson of Portsmouth, N.H., appoints [?], action incomplete, 7 Jan. 1773
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Receipt: James Otis received of Thomas Cobb, 29 Jan. 1773 [2 copies]
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Writ of attachment: Robert Treat Paine vs. Abner Rickerson of Dartmouth, 11 Feb. 1773 [with account attached]
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Power of attorney: Jonathan Hayden of Bridgewater appoints Robert Treat Paine, 20 Feb. 1773
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Case list: Taunton Court, Mar. 1773 [2 lists]
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Deed: William McKinstry of Taunton sells to Robert Treat Paine a pew in Taunton meeting house, 20 Mar. 1773
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Writ of attachment: Aaron Lopez of Newport, R.I. vs. Thomas Gilbert of Freetown, 22 Mar. 1773
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Writ of attachment: Josias Callander of Taunton vs. Ebenezer Winslow of Swanzy, 30 Apr. 1773 [with account attached]
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Writ of attachment: Robert Treat Paine vs. Lucas Wilson of Rehoboth, 24 May 1773
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Case list: Bristol Court, June-Sep. 1773
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Writ of attachment: Robert Treat Paine vs. Ebenezer Medbury of Rehoboth, 9 Aug. 1773
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Writ of attachment: Robert Treat Paine vs. Lucas Wilson of Rehoboth, 9 Aug. 1773
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Summons: To Lucas Wilson of Rehoboth in Robert Treat Paine vs. Wilson, 9 Aug. 1773
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Summons to Samuel Pearse of Plymouth in Francis Adams of Kingston vs. Pearse, 14 Aug. 1773 [on verso: case list, Taunton Court, Dec. 1773-Mar. 1774]
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Power of attorney: Seth Hathaway of Taunton appoints Robert Treat Paine, 20 Aug. 1773
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Writ of attachment: Aaron Lopez of Newport, R.I. vs. Thomas Gilbert of Freetown, 28 Aug. 1773
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Case list: Bristol Superior Court, Oct. 1773-Sep. [1774?]
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Case list: Taunton Court, Dec. 1773-Mar. 1774 [on verso: summons to Samuel Pearse of Plymouth in Francis Adams of Kingston vs. Pearse, 14 Aug. 1773]
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Case list: Plymouth Common Pleas, Dec. 1773-Apr. 1774 [on verso: summons to Elkanah Elmes of Middleborough in Thomas Brownell of Portsmouth, R.I. vs. Elmes, 30 June 1767]
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Summons: To John Winslow of Rochester in William Tallman of Dartmouth vs. Winslow, 13 Jan. 1774 [on verso: case list: writs to Plymouth Common Pleas, Apr. 1774]
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Power of attorney: Isaac Hathaway of Middleboro appoints Robert Treat Paine, 16 Mar. 1774
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Case list: Writs to Plymouth Common Pleas, Apr. 1774 [on verso: summons to John Winslow of Rochester in William Tallman of Dartmouth vs. Winslow, 13 Jan. 1774]
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Certificate of administration: Robert Treat Paine as administrator on estate of William McKinstry of Taunton, 29 Apr. 1777
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Account: Bristol County General Sessions, June 1777
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Promissory note: David Cobb of Taunton to Robert Treat Paine, 10 June 1777
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Power of attorney: John Farrow of Dighton appoints Robert Treat Paine, 1 July 1777
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Power of attorney: Noah Hall of Raynham appoints Robert Treat Paine, 24 June 1778
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Will: Thomas Cobb of Taunton, signed Sep. 1778 [copy]
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Memorandum: Bristol County General Sessions in Gideon Hoxse of Dartmouth vs. Thomas G. Scranton, attorney to William Milward of Dartmouth, with Robert Treat Paine and George Leonard as sureties, 10 Sep. 1778
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Case list: Taunton Court, Dec. 1778-Mar. 1779
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Deed: Eliphaz Harlow of Taunton and Pheobe Harlow, his wife, sell to Robert Treat Paine land in Taunton, 22 Mar. 1779
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Deed: Pheobe Tisdale of Taunton sells to Robert Treat Paine land in Taunton, 22 Mar. 1779
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Lease: William Reed of Freetown rents the Gilbert farm in Freetown from Robert Treat Paine, 24 May 1779
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Power of attorney: Jeremiah Brown of Cheraw, Craven County, S.C., appoints Robert Treat Paine, 14 Mar. 1780
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Special verdict: Abridgement, Harraden & Gridley, [Nov. 1780?]
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Receipt: Eben Titus from Robert Treat Paine, Taunton, 13 June 1781
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Power of attorney: Samuel Goodwin of Pownalborough appoints Robert Treat Paine and Levi Lincoln, 30 June 1781
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Invoice: John Merchant, Copenhagen, account of Robert Treat Paine, 2 Nov. 1781
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Account: Sigourney Ingraham & Bromfield, account of Robert Treat Paine, 11 Feb.-1 July 1982
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Deed: Robert Treat Paine sells to Ziba Eaton of Middleborough land in Middleborough, 15 Mar. 1782 [copy]
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Certificate: Robert Treat Paine declines to act as co-executor of estate of Thomas Cobb of Taunton, 26 Mar. 1781
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Deed: Phoebe Tisdale of Taunton sells to Robert Treat Paine land in Taunton, 18 Mar. 1782
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Account, [1783?]
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Invoice: Articles shipped by I. Allen on brigantine Union, 4 Mar. 1783
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Will: Hannah Cobb of Taunton, widow, signed 26 May 1783 [copy]
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Prices current of imports, Amsterdam, Duncan Ingraham, 25 July 1783
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Case list: Suffolk Supreme Judicial Court, Aug. 1783
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Power of attorney: Jacob Davis of Charlton appoints Robert Treat Paine, 24 May 1784
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Lease: Leonard Vassal Borland of Boston leases to Robert Treat Paine house on Milk Street, Boston, 1 Apr. 1784
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Receipt: Aaron Whitney receives from Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 10 July 1784
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Promissory note: Robert Treat Paine to William Foster, 18 Apr. 1785 [with receipts by Foster on verso]
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Deed of release: Jeremiah Clark, Jr., of Hampton, Conn., releases Robert Treat Paine, Joseph and Abigail Paine Greenleaf, and Eunice Paine on responsibilities for back taxes on land in Windham, Conn., 5 Nov. 1788
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Deed: Noah Hall of Raynham sells land in Raynham to Robert Treat Paine, 5 Nov. 1788 [attached: memorandum of a judgment obtained by Robert Treat Paine against Noah Hall, 25 Aug. 1788]
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Mortgage: William Read of Freetown mortgages land in Freetown to Robert Treat Paine, 2 Feb. 1791
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Receipts: Thomas Phipps receives from Robert Treat Paine for Eunice Paine's board, 13 Jan.-17 Sep. 1791
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Deed: Robert Treat Paine sells to Samuel Fales of Taunton one right in the reversion of dower of Phoebe Tisdale, 10 Feb. 1792
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Receipts: Esther Moseley receives from Robert Treat Paine for Eunice Paine's board, 26 Feb.-31 Mar. 1792
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Receipt: Thomas Phipps receives from Robert Treat Paine for Eunice Paine's board, 12 May 1792
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Receipt: Thomas Moseley receives from Robert Treat Paine for Eunice Paine's board, 2 June 1792
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Receipts: Esther Moseley receives from Robert Treat Paine for Eunice Paine's board, 8 June 1792-4 July 1793
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Receipts: Abigail Kent receives from Robert Treat Paine for Eunice Paine's board, 19 Oct. 1793-26 May 1794
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Account: Ebenezer Larkin's account with estate of "Thamis" Greenleaf, 21 June 1794
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Receipts: Abigail Kent receives from Robert Treat Paine for Eunice Paine's board, 9 Dec. 1794-2 Feb. 1796
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Account: Robert Treat Paine with Hans Gram for copying music, Boston, 23 Feb. 1796
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Receipts: Abigail Kent receives from Robert Treat Paine for Eunice Paine's board, 1 Mar.-20 June 1796
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Account: Robert Treat Paine with William Cock, 23 June 1796
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Receipts: Abigail Kent receives from Robert Treat Paine for Eunice Paine's board, 15 Aug. 1796-23 May 1797
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Account: Jonathan Cobb and David Cobb as executors of estate of Thomas Cobb of Taunton, 27 May 1797, second account undated
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Receipts: Abigail Kent receives from Robert Treat Paine for Eunice Paine's board, 26 Feb. 1796-26 Mar. 1798
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Account: Robert Treat Paine with Robert Gardner for books, 29 Mar. 1798
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Receipts: Abigail Kent receives from Robert Treat Paine for Eunice Paine's board, 21 May 1798-24 Dec. 1802
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Petition for division of real estate in estate of Thomas Cobb of Taunton, 15-23 Mar. 1802
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Division of real estate in estate of Thomas Cobb of Taunton, 24 Mar. 1802
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Plot map of Robert Treat Paine land, 16 Nov. 1805
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Depositions and questions: Robert Treat Paine for John Singleton Copley in John Banister vs. Ephraim Fenno from 1769, [1810?]
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Bank drafts on United States Bank, Boston, 20-27 Feb. 1810
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Will: Robert Treat Paine, signed 11 May 1814, proved 16 May 1814
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Items removed from minutes of trials and law cases, 1777-1782 (Reel 13)
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Items removed from minutes of trials and law cases, 1783-1788 (Reel 14)

V. Robert Treat Paine political and judicial papers, 1758-1807

This series consists of documents created and acquired by Robert Treat Paine during his public service at the town, county, state, and national levels, including his years as justice of the peace, attorney general, justice of the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court, and delegate to the Continental Congress. This series also contains Paine's political writings, local and county committee reports, papers related to Shays' Rebellion and absentees, minutes of trials and law cases, and petitions to the legislature for compensation as attorney general.

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U.S. Congress circular on muskets written in Robert Treat Paine's hand, annotated, 6 Dec. 1775

Rhode Island Expedition papers

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Paul Revere to Joseph Palmer, Boston, 3 Dec. 1777
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Papers respecting "Enquiry into the Causes of the Failure of the Expedition against Rhode Island," signed by the commissioners R. T. Paine, Oliver Ellsworth, Henry Marchant
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Table of contents
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Journal of proceedings
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Payment order, signed by the commissioners, 14 Feb. 1778
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Commissioners to Henry Laurens, president of Congress, Providence, 13 Feb. 1778
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Commissioners to Egbert Benson, Providence, 13 Feb. 1778
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Payment order, signed by the Commissioners, 27 Mar. 1778
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Proceedings at a council of general officers, Providence, 26 Jan. 1777
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General orders from Col. William Peck to Col. Palmer, undated
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Deposition: Capt. William Todd, Boston, 12 Feb. 1778
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Extract of a letter from George Washington to Gen. Joseph Spencer, 6 Feb. 1778
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George Washington to Gen. Spencer, headquarters, Morristown, 11 Mar. 1777 [copy]
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John Hancock to Rhode Island Assembly, Philadelphia, 16 Apr. 1778 [copy]
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General orders, Tiverton, 10-12 Oct. 1777 [copies]
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After general orders, Tiverton, 12 Oct. 1777 [copy]
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General orders, headquarters, 14 Oct. 1777 [copy]
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General orders, Tiverton, 15 Oct. 1777 [copy]
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After general orders, Tiverton, 15 Oct. 1777 [copy]
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General orders, Tiverton, 16 Oct. 1777 [copy]
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After general orders, Tiverton, 16 Oct. 1777 [copy]
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General orders, Tiverton, 17-29 Oct. 1777 [copies]
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General orders, Providence, 29 Sep. 1777 [copy]
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Questions proposed to Brig. Gen. Joseph Palmer
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Responses by Joseph Palmer, Providence, 24 Mar. 1778
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Deposition by Joseph Palmer, Germantown, 13 Feb. 1777
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Joseph Palmer to Gen. Joseph Spencer, Taunton, 29 Sep. 1777 [copy]
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Joseph Palmer to Col. Henry Sherburne, Tiverton, 24 Oct. 1777 [copy]
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Joseph P. Palmer, deposition on service, Germantown, 14 Feb. 1778
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Joseph Palmer to commissioners, Providence, 25 Mar. 1778
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Examination of Brig. Gen. J. Douglas, Providence, 11 Feb. 1778
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Examination of Brig. Gen. Solomon Lovell, undated
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Examination of Brig. Gen. Ezekiel Cornell, Providence, 9 Feb. 1778
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General Cornell's orders, 10-26 Oct. 1777
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Returns of Gen. Cornell's brigade, Tiverton, 8-29 Oct. 1777
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Examination of Col. Henry Sherburne, Providence, 25 Mar. 1778
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Examination of Col. Thomas Crafts, Feb. 1778
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Examination of Col. Robert Elliott, Providence, 9 Feb. 1778
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Return of ordnance and stores at Tiverton, 12 Oct.-23 Dec. 1777
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Stores returned into the laboratory no. 2 from Tiverton after the expedition against Newport, undated
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Return of ordnance and stores belonging to Capt. Joshua Sayer, 6 Nov. 1777, Capt. Gideon Westcott, 15 Nov. 1777, Capt. Thomas Carlisle, 12 Feb. 1778
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Return of ordinance of warlike stores under the command of Capt. Jno. Garzie, 30 Nov. 1777
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Examination of Daniel Tillinghast, agent for R.I., 10 Feb. 1778
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Examination of George Williams
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Examination of William Peck
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Examination of Peter Phillips
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Examination of Joseph Lawrence, barracks master
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Examination of Jonathan Arnold, director of the hospital, state of R.I.
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Examination of Walter Spooner
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Examination of Joseph Brown, merchant of Providence, 9 Feb. 1778
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Examination of Caleb Gardner
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Examination of Thomas Durfee of Freetown, Mar. 1778
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Minutes of criminal trials, attorney general, Supreme Judicial Court, 1780-1789

Note: Loose items from this volume have been removed and microfilmed on Reel 18.

Shays' Rebellion papers

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Hampshire grand jury papers, [Apr. 1787]
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Names of persons in Northampton, Worthington, Springfield, Ashfield, and Cummington (to be noticed), [Apr. 1787]
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List of the prisoners confined in the gaol at Northampton, 10 Apr. 1787
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Recognizances, [Apr. 1787]
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Benjamin Tupper to Col. Murray, 17-19 Apr. 1787
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William Lyman to the commissioners, Northampton, 12 Apr. 1787
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Benjamin Lincoln to Robert Treat Paine, 13 Apr. 1787
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B. Oliver to Col. Murray, Chester, 16 Apr. 1787
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List of grand jurors, Apr. 1787
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Questions to be asked Colo. Hall concerning Longmeadow insurgents
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Rioters at Springfield, 20 May 1787
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Information respecting Longmeadow rebels
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Interrogation of Alpheas Collon, Northampton, 10 Apr. 1787
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List of names not to be noticed by the grand jury, Apr. 1787
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Information respecting Longmeadow insurgents
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Interrogation of Benjamin Banter, Longmeadow, 5 Apr. 1787
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Witnesses sworn before the grand jury, Great Barrington, Mar. 1787
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Return of the prisoners now in confinement in the gaol in Northampton in the county of Hampshire, 9 Apr. 1787
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Testimony of Capt. Joseph Miller of Ludlow respecting John Wheeler, together with testimony of Noah Warriner of Wilbraham, Apr. 1787
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Information: Ware rebels
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Black list, county of Hampshire
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John Child to Robert Treat Paine, Holden, 30 Apr. 1787
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Jonathan Ward to Robert Treat Paine, Southborough, 23 Apr. 1787
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Governor's order for release of Josiah Whitney, 5 Apr. 1787 [copy by John Avery, added note by James Bowdoin]
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Governor's order to release Josiah Walker on bail, 1 Mar. 1787 [copy by John Avery, including James Bowdoin to Levi Lincoln, Boston, 2 Mar. 1787, and Levi Lincoln to [Robert Treat Paine?], Worcester, 9 Mar. 1787]
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List of the witnesses sworn before the grand jury and at Supreme Judicial Court, Middlesex, respecting the insurgents, May 1787
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Testimony of Gershom Chapin of Uxbridge and Jonathan Adams of Northbridge against Col. Luke Drury, [26?] Apr. 1787
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Testimony of Joshua Randall, [25?] Apr. 1787
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Rufus Putnam to Robert Treat Paine, [25? Apr. 1787]
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Solomon Stow to Robert Treat Paine, Grafton, 24 Apr. 1787
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Complaint vs. Abel Marshall of Holden, 24 Apr. 1787
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Testimony of Capt. Bacon, [25? Apr. 1787]
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Account of Paxton insurgents and witnesses
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List of persons recognized by G. Wheeler Esq. [to appear at the Supreme Judicial Court], Oakham, 23 Apr. 1787
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Isaiah Brown to Robert Treat Paine, concerning Holden insurgents, [24? Apr. 1787]
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Petition to the town of Holden, signed by Ruggles Spooner, Worcester, 7 Dec. 1786
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List of witnesses vs. Holden insurgents vs. Chenery Willson Broad Marshall Bartlet & How
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Oakham: Evidence respecting the late rebellion
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List of persons belonging to Oakham
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Dudley Riot evidences, [20? Apr. 1787]
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Hiram Newhall to Robert Treat Paine, 26 Apr. 1787
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Witnesses proper to be summoned in the case of John Denson
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Information vs. Artemas Dryden &c.
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Information vs. Dryden and Harrington
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Dr. Hill's confession
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Witnesses against Jacob Chamberlain
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Edward Rawson of Shrewsbury examination, 19 Feb. 1787
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Evidences against Edmund Bemas, [26? Apr. 1787]
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Testimony of Moses Twiss, David Goodel, and Asa Wheelock, [15 Feb.? 1787]
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Relation of Capt. Richard Dresser, 19 Feb. 1787
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Information on Genl. Whitney
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Samuel Crosby to Robert Treat Paine, Winchendon, 23 Apr. 1787
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List of evidences for Brookfield insurgents
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Insurgents of Brookfield and witnesses
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Insurgents' evidences, 1787
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Summons: Against Luke Day of West Springfield for treason and rebellion, 7 Jan. 1788
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Witnesses proper to be summoned in the case of Mr. Curtiss with respect to his praying with the Shays men
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John Child to grand inquest for the body of the county of Worcester now setting, 30 Apr. 1787
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Evidences
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Testimony of Levi Flagg, 5 Mar. 1787
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Witnesses against Shrewsbury insurgents
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List of witnesses examined at Northampton, Apr. 1787
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Charges to grand juries, 1790-1803
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Items removed from minutes of criminal trials, 1780-1789 (Reel 17)
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Fragments of receipt, account, and writ of attachment, undated
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Account: Robert Treat Paine as justice of the peace, Bristol Sessions, undated
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Narrative of proceedings in General Court on appointment of delegate to Congress, 1774
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Reproof for newspaper slander as freedom of the press, undated
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History of the Boston Port Bill, undated
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Appointment by the General Court of Thomas Hutchinson, William Brattle, John Choate, John Tyng, and Benjamin Prat as commissioners to proposed meeting of New England colonies, together with instructions, 24 Jan. 1758 [copy]
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Minutes of the proceedings of commissioners from the governments of Massachusetts Bay and Connecticut in consequence of the powers and instructions given by the respective governments, 8 Feb. 1758 [copy]
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Return of the men enlisted and impressed for His Majesty's service in the intended expedition against Canada, Apr. 1758
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Writ of attachment: Joseph Briggs, Jr., of Taunton vs. Jacob Staple, Jr., of Taunton, Robert Treat Paine as justice of the peace, 3 Dec. 1764 [6 copies]
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Answer of the justices of the peace of Bristol County to complaints against them: Address to Governor Bernard and council, [27 May 1765]
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Examination of John Ingham, clothier, late of Pennsylvania, Bristol Sessions, 7 June 1765
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Judgment in Gilbert Deblois of Boston vs. Ratcliffe Hellon of Taunton, 18 Oct 1765 [copy]
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Certificate, signed by Governor William Shirley, Bahama Islands, New Providence, that no stamps or stamp officer had arrived in that province, 31 Jan. 1766
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Writ of attachment: Sylvester Jones of Taunton vs. Seth Traffern, Robert Treat Paine as justice of the peace, 4 Feb. 1766
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Writ of attachment: Sylvester Jones of Taunton vs. Ezra Briggs of Dighton, Robert Treat Paine as justice of the peace, 4 Feb. 1766 [with attached account]
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Writ of attachment: Robert Crosman of Taunton vs. Nathaniel Knap, 2d, of Taunton, Robert Treat Paine as justice of the peace, 4 Feb. 1766
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Writ of attachment: Joseph Atwood of Berkley vs. Bernice Crane of Berkley, Robert Treat Paine as justice of the peace, 3 Mar. 1766 [3 copies]
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Writ of attachment: Robert Crosman of Taunton vs. Abiel Cole of Freetown, Robert Treat Paine as justice of the peace, 17 Mar. 1766
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Writ of attachment: Robert Crosman of Taunton vs. William Ashley of Freetown, Robert Treat Paine as justice of the peace, 29 Mar. 1766
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Writ of attachment: Royal Lawton of Taunton vs. Nathaniel White of Taunton, Robert Treat Paine as justice of the peace, 18 Apr. 1766 [with attached account]
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Summons: To Nathaniel White of Taunton in Royal Lawton of Taunton vs. White, Robert Treat Paine as justice of the peace, 18 Apr. 1766
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Writ of attachment: Robert Crooke of Newport, R.I. vs. Edmund Leonard of Raynham, Robert Treat Paine as justice of the peace, 23 Apr. 1766 [2 copies]
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Writ of attachment: John McWhorter of Taunton vs. Gilford Hathaway of Freetown, Robert Treat Paine as justice of the peace, 29 Apr. 1766 [with attached account]
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Court costs: Robert Treat Paine to Bristol County in Crosman vs. Ashley, 5 May 1766
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Opinion by Jeremiah Gridley and Edmund Trowbridge in a debt case, 3 July 1766
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Appointment of Robert Treat Paine, John Adam, and George Williams, all of Taunton, as trustees of estate of Ratcliffe Hellon, late of Taunton, signed by Thomas Hutchinson, 10 July 1766
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List of the justices in attendance at court, Aug. 1766-May 1767
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Writ of attachment: William Brown of Dighton vs. Royall Lawton of Freetown, Robert Treat Paine as justice of the peace, 14 Aug. 1766
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Writ of attachment: Samuel White of Taunton vs. Jonathan Harvey of Taunton, Robert Treat Paine as justice of the peace, 14 Aug. 1766
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Writ of attachment: Samuel White of Taunton vs. Royall Lawton of Freetown, Robert Treat Paine as justice of the peace, 14 Aug. 1766
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Court costs: Robert Treat Paine to Bristol County in White vs. Lawton, 25 Aug. 1766
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Court costs: Robert Treat Paine to Bristol County in Brown vs. Lawton, 25 Aug. 1766
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Writ of attachment: Samuel White of Taunton vs. Elijah Jones of Dighton, Robert Treat Paine as justice of the peace, 4 Sep. 1766
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Writ of attachment: Samuel White of Taunton vs. James Waldron of Dighton, Robert Treat Paine as justice of the peace, 4 Sep. 1766
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Writ of attachment: Elkanah French of Rehoboth vs. Ephraim Tisdale of Taunton, Robert Treat Paine as justice of the peace, 25 Feb. 1767
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Writ of attachment: Richard Wastcoat of Dighton vs. Robert Fish of Dighton, Robert Treat Paine as justice of the peace, 25 Feb. 1767
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Writ of attachment: Richard Wastcoat of Dighton vs. George Ware of Dighton, Robert Treat Paine as justice of the peace, 25 Feb. 1767
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Court costs: Robert Treat Paine to Bristol County in French vs. Tisdale, 6 Mar. 1767
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Case notes by Robert Auchmuty, [1 Apr. 1767]
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Court costs: Robert Treat Paine to Bristol County in Porter vs. White, 17 Apr. 1767
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Writ of attachment: William Brown of Dighton vs. William Johnson of Taunton, Robert Treat Paine as justice of the peace, 22 Apr. 1767
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Writ of attachment: Nathaniel Jackson vs. William Ashley of Freetown, Robert Treat Paine as justice of the peace, 23 Apr. 1767 [severe damage]
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Writ of attachment: William Brown of Dighton vs. Simmons Paine of Freetown, Robert Treat Paine as justice of the peace, 22 Apr. 1767 [with attached account]
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Writ of attachment: William Brown of Dighton vs. James Edminster, Jr., of Freetown, Robert Treat Paine as justice of the peace, 22 Apr. 1767
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Court costs: Robert Treat Paine to Bristol County in Brown vs. Edminster, 4 May 1767
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Writ of attachment: Robert Crossman of Taunton vs. Paul DeCosta of Dighton, Robert Treat Paine as justice of the peace, 11 May 1767
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Writ of execution: Samuel White of Taunton vs. George Codding of Taunton, Robert Treat Paine as justice of the peace, 11 May 1767
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Court costs: Robert Treat Paine to Bristol County in Williams vs. French, 22 May 1767
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Writ of execution: Abiel Atwood, Jr., of Berkley vs. Elijah Briggs of Freetown, Robert Treat Paine as justice of the peace, 25 May 1767 [3 copies]
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Writ of attachment: Nathaniel Snell of Taunton vs. Ebenezer Stephens of Taunton, Robert Treat Paine as justice of the peace, 5 June 1767
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Writ of attachment: Nathan Eddy of Middleborough vs. Nathaniel Gilmore of Taunton, Robert Treat Paine as justice of the peace, 25 June 1767
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Writ of attachment: Sylvester Richmond, Jr., of Dighton vs. David Briggs of Freetown, Robert Treat Paine as justice of the peace, 22 June 1767
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Writ of attachment: Nathan Eddy of Middleboro vs. Nathaniel Gilmore of Taunton, Robert Treat Paine as justice of the peace, 25 June 1767 [4 copies]
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Writ of attachment: Sylvester Richmond, Jr., of Dighton vs. David Luther of Swanzy, Robert Treat Paine as justice of the peace, 27 June 1767
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Court costs: Robert Treat Paine to Bristol County in Richmond vs. Briggs, 29 June 1767
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Court costs: Robert Treat Paine to Bristol County in Eddy vs. Gilmore, 11 July 1767 [4 copies]
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Writ of attachment: Ebenezer Wood, Jr., of Middleborough vs. Abiel Holloway of Taunton, Robert Treat Paine as justice of the peace, 27 July 1767
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Writ of attachment: Thomas Cobb of Taunton vs. Daniel Whitmarsh of Dighton, Robert Treat Paine as justice of the peace, [27?] July 1767
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Court costs: Robert Treat Paine to Bristol County in Cobb vs. Whitmarsh, 17 Aug. 1767
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Summons: To Benjamin Read of Dartmouth in Isaac Hathaway of Freetown vs. Read, Robert Treat Paine as justice of the peace, 3 Aug. 1767
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Writ of attachment: Isaac Hathaway of Freetown vs. Benjamin Read of Dartmouth, Robert Treat Paine as justice of the peace, 3 Aug. 1767
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Writ of attachment: John Lambert of Taunton vs. Philip King of Taunton, Robert Treat Paine as justice of the peace, 13 Aug. 1767
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Power of attorney: Jonathan Hill of Swanzy appoints James Mason, Swanzy, 9 Sep. 1767
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Writ of attachment: Samuel White of Taunton vs. Benjamin Frish of Swansey, Robert Treat Paine as justice of the peace, 4 Nov. 1768
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Writ of attachment: Seth Alden, Jr., of Bridgewater vs. Charles Finney of Easton, Robert Treat Paine as justice of the peace, 2 Apr. 1768
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Writ of attachment: Seth Alden, Jr., of Bridgewater vs. Charles Finney of Easton, 27 Apr. 1768
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Writ of attachment: Sylvester Richmond, Jr., of Dighton vs. Jonathan Hill of Swanzy, Robert Treat Paine as justice of the peace, 17 June 1768
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Writ of attachment: William McKinstry of Taunton vs. Samuel Howard of Rehoboth, Robert Treat Paine as justice of the peace, 9 July 1768 [with attached account]
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Writ of attachment: Samuel White of Taunton vs. Isaac Gould of Attleborough, Robert Treat Paine as justice of the peace, 12 July 1768 [with attached account]
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Writ of attachment: Samuel White of Taunton vs. Isaac Linkon of Rehoboth, Robert Treat Paine as justice of the peace, 12 July 1768 [with attached account]
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Writ of attachment: Samuel White of Taunton vs. Lucas Wilson of Rehoboth, Robert Treat Paine as justice of the peace, 12 July 1768 [with attached account]
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Writ of attachment: Samuel White of Taunton vs. Ephraim Tisdale of Taunton, Robert Treat Paine as justice of the peace, 14 July 1768
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Writ of attachment: Samuel White of Taunton vs. James Brown, 2d, of Swansey, Robert Treat Paine as justice of the peace, 16 July 1768
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List of the members of the convention held at Boston...in consequence of Gov Barnard's dissolving the Genl. Court, [22 Sep. 1768]
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Report of committee considering alterations to the court house, Bristol County, Nov. 1768
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Writ of attachment: Samuel White of Taunton vs. Alanson Cummings of Swansey, Robert Treat Paine as justice of the peace, 19 Dec. 1768
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Writ of attachment: Susannah Tisdale of Taunton vs. Abiel Smith of Raynham, Robert Treat Paine as justice of the peace, 21 Dec. 1768
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Writ of attachment: Samuel White of Taunton vs. Solomon Snow of Raynham, 21 Dec. 1768
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Writ of attachment: Samuel White of Taunton vs. Dan Tew of Dighton, Robert Treat Paine as justice of the peace, 27 Dec. 1768 [with attached account]
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Writ of attachment: Samuel White of Taunton vs. Nicholas Webster of Berkley, Robert Treat Paine as justice of the peace, 27 Dec. 1768 [with attached account]
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Writ of attachment: Samuel White of Taunton vs. George Eliot of Taunton, Robert Treat Paine as justice of the peace, 28 Dec. 1768

Papers related to absentees

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Absentees in the county of Berkshire, undated
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Summary of Robert Treat Paine's work in libeling absentee estates, [after 1790]
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Estates confiscated in the county of Middlesex, undated
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Summary of number of libels on absentee estates continued for trial on and after 1 Jan. 1783
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Narrative of proceedings for compensation for confiscating the estate of refugees [pieced together by Charles C. Paine from scraps of paper in the handwriting of Robert Treat Paine]
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Account of administration on absentee estates, 16 May 1777-2 July 1779
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Notes on estates of William Brattle, John Borland, David Phips, Elisha Jones, Charles Russell, and Isaac Royal, [1779?]
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Court costs: State vs. Nathan Bowen, Mar. 1779 [2 copies]
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List of absentees, [1779?]
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List of absentees in York County, [1779?]
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When did the following persons leave Boston and where did they go to, [1779?]
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List of absentees in Plymouth County, [1779?]
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List of absentees in Cumberland County, [1779?]
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Memorandum of the information filed against the estate of absentees lying in the county of Worcester, [1779?]
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Notebook of cases before Suffolk Common Pleas, Middlesex Common Pleas, Bristol Common Pleas, Barnstable Common Pleas, Dec. 1779-Apr. 1782 [includes lists of absentee estates in Hampshire, Lincoln, Cumberland, Essex, Berkshire, Plymouth, and York counties]
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Certificate: 20 libels in Suffolk Common Pleas prosecuted by Robert Treat Paine, Jan 1783-Apr. 1784
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General Court resolve directing Robert Treat Paine as attorney general to commence action against Zebedee Sprout as agent on the estates of Peter Oliver and Peter Oliver, Jr., 2 July 1783
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List of absentee estates libeled by Robert Treat Paine as attorney general, Ipswich Common Pleas, Apr. 1781-Apr. 1784
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Writ of attachment: Sylvester Richmond, 2d, of Dighton vs. Samuel Waldron of Dighton, Robert Treat Paine as justice of the peace, 13 Jan. 1769
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Writ of attachment: Thomas Cobb of Taunton vs. Jedediah Wilbore, Jr., of Taunton, Robert Treat Paine as justice of the peace, 25 Feb. 1769
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Writ of attachment: Mathew Cummings of Taunton vs. John Cooper of Taunton, Robert Treat Paine as justice of the peace, 25 Feb. 1769
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Writ of attachment: Jedediah Wilbore, Jr., of Taunton vs. John Trow of Norton, Robert Treat Paine as justice of the peace, 27 Feb. 1769
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Writ of attachment: George Ware of Dighton vs. Robert Pigsley of Dighton, Robert Treat Paine as justice of the peace, 25 Feb. 1769
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Court costs: Robert Treat Paine to Bristol County in Ware vs. Piglsey, 10 Mar. 1769
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Writ of attachment: Lemuel Lyon of Stoughton vs. Thomas Butter of Easton, Robert Treat Paine as justice of the peace, 27 Mar. 1769
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Writ of attachment: Daniel Leonard of Taunton vs. Joseph Linken, 2d, of Norton, Robert Treat Paine as justice of the peace, 29 Mar. 1769
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Summons: To James Andrews of Taunton in Thomas Cobb of Taunton, as administrator of the estate of Thomas Cobb, Jr. vs. Andrews, Robert Treat Paine as justice of the peace, 13 Mar. 1769
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Writ of attachment: Thomas Cobb of Taunton vs. James Andrews of Taunton, Robert Treat Paine as justice of the peace, 13 Mar. 1769
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Summons: To Elijah Gary of Taunton in Eliphaz Harlow of Taunton vs. Gary, Robert Treat Paine as justice of the peace, 1 Apr. 1769
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Writ of attachment: Eliphaz Harlow of Taunton vs. Elijah Gary of Taunton, Robert Treat Paine as justice of the peace, 1 Apr. 1769
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Writ of attachment: John Porter of Taunton vs. Simeon White of Taunton, Robert Treat Paine as justice of the peace, 8 Apr. 1769
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Court costs: Robert Treat Paine to Bristol County in Lyons vs. Butter, 17 Apr. 1769
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Court costs: Robert Treat Paine to Bristol County in Leonard vs. Porter, 1 May 1769
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Writ of attachment: Job Williams of Taunton vs. Joseph French of Berkley, Robert Treat Paine as justice of the peace, 9 May 1769
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Writ of attachment: Noah Wiswall of Norton vs. Isaac Linkon of Taunton, Robert Treat Paine as justice of the peace, 10 May 1769
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Court costs: Robert Treat Paine to Bristol County in Wiswall vs. Linken, 22 May 1769
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Writ of attachment: Abigail Burt of Berkley vs. James Waldron of Dighton, Robert Treat Paine as justice of the peace, 12 June 1769
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Writ of attachment: John Porter of Taunton vs. Ephraim Cole of Swanzy, Robert Treat Paine as justice of the peace, 23 June 1769
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Summons: To Robert Caldwell, William McEllory, Charles Barstow, Elijah Dean, Thomas Cushman, Gershom Holmes, Stephen Macumber, Jr., Edward Harvey, and Seth Williams, Jr., all of Taunton, as witnesses in John Porter of Taunton vs. Daniel Linkon, Robert Treat Paine as justice of the peace, 22 July 1769
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Summons: To James Waldron of Dighton in Abigail Burt of Berkley vs. Waldron, Robert Treat Paine as justice of the peace, 12 July 1769
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Writ of attachment: Abijah Wilbore of Raynham vs. Levi White of Norton, Robert Treat Paine as justice of the peace, 13 July 1769 [with attached account]
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Summons: To Levi White of Norton in Abijah Wilbore of Raynham vs. White, Robert Treat Paine as justice of the peace, 13 July 1769
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Court costs: Robert Treat Paine to Bristol County in Porter vs. Cole, 3 July 1769
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Writ of attachment: John Porter of Taunton vs. Daniel Linkon, 2d, of Taunton, Robert Treat Paine as justice of the peace, 14 July 1769
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Summons: Thomas Gilbert of Berkley, as agent and trustee for William Gyles, in Thomas White vs. William Gyles, 21 July 1769 [judgment by Robert Treat Paine on verso]
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Writ of attachment, 31 July 1769 [fragment]
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Writ of attachment: William Brown of Dighton vs. David Briggs of Freetown, Robert Treat Paine as justice of the peace, 2 Aug. 1769
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Writ of attachment: William Brown of Dighton vs. Moses Campbell of Taunton, Robert Treat Paine as justice of the peace, 2 Aug. 1769
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Writ of attachment: William Brown of Dighton vs. David Briggs of Freetown, Robert Treat Paine as justice of the peace, 2 Aug. 1769
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Writ of attachment: William Brown of Dighton vs. James Codding of Taunton, Robert Treat Paine as justice of the peace, 2 Aug. 1769
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Writ of attachment: William Brown of Dighton vs. Daniel Hathaway of Freetown, Robert Treat Paine as justice of the peace, 2 Aug. 1769
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Writ of attachment: Jedediah Wilbore, Jr., of Taunton vs. Seth Linkon of Taunton, Robert Treat Paine as justice of the peace, 2 Aug. 1769
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Writ of attachment: William Brown of Dighton vs. Ebenezer Philips of Dighton, Robert Treat Paine as justice of the peace, 2 Aug. 1769
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Writ of attachment: William Brown of Dighton vs. William Leonard of Taunton, Robert Treat Paine as justice of the peace, 2 Aug. 1769 [with attached account]
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Court costs: Robert Treat Paine to Bristol County in Brown vs. Campbell, 14 Aug. 1769
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Summons: To Ruben Winslow of Dartmouth as witness in Brown vs. Hathaway, Robert Treat Paine as justice of the peace, 14 Aug. 1769
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Summons: To Elijah Mayo of Dartmouth as witness in Brown vs. Hathaway, Robert Treat Paine as justice of the peace, 11 Aug. 1769
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Court costs: Robert Treat Paine to Bristol County in Brown vs. Briggs, 14 Aug. 1769 [2 copies]
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Court costs: Robert Treat Paine to Bristol County in Brown vs. Hathaway, 14 Aug. 1769
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Court costs: Robert Treat Paine to Bristol County in Brown vs. Leonard, 14 Aug. 1769
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Summons: To Mary Redman of Stoughton in Nehemiah Liscombe of Taunton vs. Redman, 5 Feb. 1770 [on verso: case list for May court]
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Summons: To William Restrey of Taunton in Benjamin Crossman of Taunton vs. Restrey, 12 May 1770 [on verso: case list for Taunton court, Sep. 1770]
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Case notes: Waterman vs. Gillings, Plymouth Common Pleas, July 1770 [on verso: epitaph for Mrs. Elizabeth Pool]
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Petition of inhabitants of Taunton to General Court regarding destruction of alewives, [Oct. 1770?] [Robert Treat Paine draft]
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Case notes: Bowers vs. White, Taunton court, Dec. 1770
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Appointment by Taunton town meeting of a committee to petition the General Court respecting the taking of alewives and other fish by seining in Taunton Great River, 9 July 1770 [committee: Robert Treat Paine, George Godfrey, and Daniel Leonard]
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Writ of attachment: Jonathan Walker in Josiah Richmond of Taunton vs. Walker, Robert Treat Paine as justice of the peace, 20 Mar. 1771 [badly damaged] [with enclosed promissory note to pay Josiah Richmond, 10 Sep. 1770]
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Judgment fees and costs in Aaron Lopez vs. Israel Barney, Robert Treat Paine as justice of the peace, Oct. 1771
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Unidentified list of cases, [1772?]
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Court costs: County of Bristol to Robert Treat Paine, 3 Feb. 1772-20 Sep. 1773
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Writ of attachment: Philip Hathaway of Freetown vs. Nathan Mirick of Berkley, Robert Treat Paine as justice of the peace, 4 Feb. 1772
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Writ of attachment: Philip Hathway of Freetown vs. Robert Miller of Freetown, Robert Treat Paine as justice of the peace, 4 Feb. 1772
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Writ of attachment: Philip Hathway of Freetown vs. Edward Winslow of Berkley, Robert Treat Paine as justice of the peace, 4 Feb. 1772
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Writ of attachment: Joseph French of Berkley vs. Elijah Briggs of Freetown, Robert Treat Paine as justice of the peace, 10 Feb. 1772
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Court costs: Robert Treat Paine to Bristol County in French vs. Briggs, 10 Mar. 1772
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Court costs: Robert Treat Paine to Bristol County in French vs. Miller, 10 Mar. 1772 [2 copies]
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Writ of attachment: Philip Hathway of Freetown vs. Silas Seekins of Taunton, Robert Treat Paine as justice of the peace, 10 Mar. 1772
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Writ of attachment: Philip Hathway of Freetown vs. Robert Miller of Freetown, Robert Treat Paine as justice of the peace, 10 Mar. 1772
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Promissory note: Oliver Simmons, Jr., to Zephaniah Linkon, 30 Mar. 1772 [2 copies]
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Writ of attachment: Zephaniah Linkon of Taunton vs. Oliver Simmons, Jr., of Dighton, Robert Treat Paine as justice of the peace, 7 May 1772 [2 copies]
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Court costs: Robert Treat Paine to Bristol County in Linkon vs. Simmons, 16 May 1772
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List of cases, Common Pleas, Bristol County, Sep. 1772
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Writ of attachment: Thomas Cobb of Taunton vs. John Harvey of Taunton, Robert Treat Paine as justice of the peace, 23 Nov. 1772
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Drafts of resolves and notes concerning the letters of Thomas Hutchinson and proposed impeachment of Peter Oliver, [1773]
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Writ of attachment: Jacob Tilson of Middleborough vs. Elijah Shaw of Taunton, Robert Treat Paine as justice of the peace, 18 Mar. 1773
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Writ of attachment: Joseph Redding of Middleborough vs. David Braley of Dartmouth, Robert Treat Paine as justice of the peace, 26 July 1773
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Appointment of committee by Taunton town meeting to consider Boston resolves, Virginia Burgesses' proceedings, pamphlets sent from Boston, etc., 28 Aug. 1773
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Report on behalf of the town of Taunton in approbation of resolves of Boston in Nov. 1772, [28? Aug. 1773]
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Report of Privy Council, London, in regard to affairs in Massachusetts, 1 Sep. 1773 [copy]
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Resolves of town of Plymouth against actions in Boston, 13 Dec. 1773
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Address of Peter Oliver to the House of Representatives, Middleborough, 3 Feb. 1774
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Robert Treat Paine on the power of removal, Judge Peter Oliver, [Mar. 1774]
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Draft of address of House of Representatives to governor respecting impeachment of Peter Oliver as chief justice, [9 June] 1774
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Minutes of debates in Congress, [1774]
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List of members of Congress, [Aug.? 1774]
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Robert Treat Paine on "Massachusentensis," [1775?] [draft]
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Robert Treat Paine on want of gunpowder, [1775?] [draft]
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Robert Treat Paine on report of resolves for muskets, [1775?]
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French gunpowder formula, [1775?] [in French]
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Most advisable plan to be observed with regard to the late conquest of the passes on Lake Champlain, Bernard Romans, 27 May 1775
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Minutes of the ordnance taken from the ministerial troops at the several northern posts, 1 May-13 Nov. 1775
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Return of artillery at Ticonderoga, Crown Point, etc., 2 Dec. 1775
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Inventory of cannon, mortars, etc., brought from Ticonderoga, 10 Dec. 1775
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List of stores and cannon at Crown Point, [23 Dec. 1775?] [in Henry Knox's handwriting]
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Payroll of travel and attendance, justices of Bristol County, Dec. 1775-Sep. 1778
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Contract between Joseph Simmons and William Henry of Lancaster, Pa., and committee of Congress about the manufacture of muskets, [1776?] [draft]
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Proposal for improving artillery, both for sea and land service, [1776?] [extracts in Robert Treat Paine's handwriting of material by John Muller, 21 Jan. 1767]
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Notes concerning two cannon made at Boston, [1776?]
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"The Exercise of a Field piece of four pounds ball worked by eight men," [1776?]
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Table of ratios of velocities of shot issuing from different lengths of cannon charged with different quantities of powder, [1776?]
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For the domestic manufacture of salt petre, [1776?]
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Circular of the committee respecting manufacture of salt petre, [1776?]
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General dimensions of Howitzers, [1776?]
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Extracts from John Muller's Treatise of Artillery, [1776?]
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Manufacture of salt petre, [1776?]
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Resolve of Congress respecting Navy deserters, [1776?] [draft]
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Extracts from mathematical tracts of the late Benjamin Robins on the force of gunpowder, [1776?]
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List of guns on board each rate ship in the British Navy, [1776?]
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Notes on the production of salt petre from various texts, [1776?]
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Extract from John Entick's General History of the Late War on fortifications at Cherbourg
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Extract from J. Wright's History of the War on Frederick the Great
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Testimony relating to the expedition into Canada [committee: Robert R. Livingston, Robert Treat Paine, and John Langdon]
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General Court resolve empowering delegates to the Continental Congress, 18 Jan. 1776
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Plan of a 32 pr. of modern construction (Bernard Romans, engineer) done at the desire of Robert Treat Paine, Philadelphia, 3 Feb. 1776 [schematic drawing]
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Contract between Joseph Simons and William Henry of Lancaster, Pa., on one part, and Robert Treat Paine, James Wilson, Samuel Huntington, Francis Lightfoot Lee, and Lewis Morris, a committee appointed by Congress, on the other part, for the manufacture of muskets and bayonets, [9? Mar. 1776]
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Contract between Ebenezer Cowell of Trenton, N.J., gunsmith, and Robert Treat Paine, James Wilson, Samuel Huntington, Francis Lightfoot Lee, and Lewis Morris, a committee of Congress, 9 Mar. 1776
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Promissory note: Ebenezer Cowell of Trenton, N.J., to Robert Treat Paine, James Wilson, Samuel Huntington, Francis Lightfoot Lee, and Lewis Morris, a committee of Congress, for value received, Philadelphia, 9 Mar. 1776
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Congressional resolve appointing committee to provide for wounded or disabled, 20 June 1776 [committee: Robert Treat Paine, Francis Lightfoot Lee, Lyman Hall, William Ellery, and Francis Lewis]
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Receipt: Anthony Mosengeil received of Robert Treat Paine for the committee of Congress to promote the manufacturing of sulphur, Philadelphia, 28 June 1776
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Appointment of William Tilton as coroner in Dukes County, Mass., counter-signed by councillors, 8 Nov. 1776 [fragment]
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Extract from Congressional minutes directing cannon committee, 26 Nov. 1776
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Petition to General Court by Samuel Tufts, collector of excise and impost, and Michael Hodge, Naval officer for Newburyport, [1777?]
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Robert Treat Paine as attorney general to Gen. Horatio Gates, informing him of witnesses on board a cartel, [1777?]
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Draught of a 6 pd. cannon [1777] [schematic drawing]
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Account of business transacted by the Supreme Judicial Court, July 1777-Jan. 1783
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Petition: Daniel Bucklin, commander of the private sloop of war Montgomery, to the Continental Congress, 24 June 1777
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Appointment: Robert Treat Paine as justice of the peace and of the quorum for Bristol County, 21 July 1777
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Case list: Supreme Judicial Court, Aug. 1777-Nov. 1782
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Account book for cases heard by Supreme Judicial Court, Aug. 1777-Oct. 1784
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Notification by Robert Treat Paine as attorney general to Nathan Cushing, judge of the Maritime Court, concerning British-made manufactures, 11 Aug. 1777 [on verso: extract of resolve impounding British or Irish manufactures, 6 Apr. 1776]
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Petition of town of Taunton to General Court concerning drawing in bills of credit, 24 Nov. 1777 [appended: list of "Remonstrances from these towns dwell on the vile oppression & avarice of monopolists &c."]
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Committee appointed to collect "the several objections set forth in the Remonstrances &c." and prepare an answer, 24 Nov. 1777
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Petition and remonstrance: Town of Hardwick to the General Court concerning drawing in bills of credit, 24 Nov. 1777
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Appointment of delegation to the Continental Congress, 4 Dec. 1777 [delegates: John Hancock, Samuel Adams, John Adams, Robert Treat Paine, Elbridge Gerry, Francis Dana, and James Lovell] [copy]
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Petition and remonstrance: Town of Bellingham to the General Court concerning drawing in bills of credit, 8 Dec. 1777
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Appointment of commissioners to investigate failure of Rhode Island Expedition, 12 Dec. 1777 [commissioners: Gen. William Whipple, Robert Treat Paine, Egbert Benson, Oliver Ellsworth, and Henry Marchant] [2 copies]
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Draft of address of the General Court to the people on the act to restrain the circulation of the state currency, 12-15 Dec. 1777
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Draft by Robert Treat Paine of a resolve of the General Court for expelling Edward Bacon, representative from Barnstable, on account of his being a Tory, [1778?]
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Resolves of the General Court in consequence of address from Congress to the people, [1778?]
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Draft of address of the convention at New Haven on regulation of prices, [Jan. 1778] [2 drafts]
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Resolve of the General Court appointing Thomas Cushing, Robert Treat Paine, and Col. Elisha Porter as representatives to the convention at New Haven, 13 Jan. 1778
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Account: Preportion of lead flints and gun locks, Taunton, [14 Feb. 1778]
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Resolve that a committee be appointed to estimate number of cannon needed for defense, [10 Mar. 1778] [Robert Treat Paine on committee]
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Resolve of House of Representatives empowering president of council to sign instructions to delegates to New Haven convention, 11 Mar. 1778 [copy]
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Unidentified index of names cross-referenced to page numbers, [1779?]
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Draft of memorandum concerning a Groton constable, 1779
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Draft of address of General Court to people in aid of address of Congress on the currency, [1779]
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Draft of form to justices of the Common Pleas of Middlesex County on absentees, 1779
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Draft of form to justices of the Common Pleas of Suffolk County on absentees, 1779 [2 drafts]
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Resolve of the House of Representatives, 9 Jan. 1779
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Deposition of John Greenough concerning the taking of the ship Somerset, Boston, 25 Jan. 1779
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Broadside: Resolve of the House of Representatives calling for election of representatives to a state convention on a new constitution, 20 Feb. 1779 [2 copies]
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Order of the council to Robert Treat Paine as attorney general to file a libel for the condemnation of goods of Timothy Folger, signed by Samuel Adams as secretary, 22 July 1779 [copy]
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William Cushing to Robert Treat Paine as attorney general, [178-?]
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Robert Treat Paine as attorney general to "The honble. Judges," [178-?]
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Order to sheriffs of Suffolk County for notification in State vs. Edward Foster, 14 Feb. 1780
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Vote of New Haven convention for a committee to consider adjourning, 25 Feb. 1780 [Robert Treat Paine on committee]
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Transport permit, signed by James Pattison, commandant of New York, 23 June 1780
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House of Representatives resolve concerning committee to revise the laws, 29 Nov. 1780 [Robert Treat Paine on committee]
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Arrangement of the business assigned the members of the committee for revising the laws, [1781]
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Notes on revising laws
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Acts prepared by James Bowdoin, 1781
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"A Division of the Laws," committing items to members, [1781]
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House resolve instructing committee to prepare a bill regulating taverns and drunkenness, 20 June 1781
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House order concerning committee to revise laws, concerning maritime courts, endorsed by James Bowdoin, 28 June 1781
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Resolve of Congress "on a Report of a Committee appointed to prepare a recommendation to the States to enact Laws for punishing infractions of the Laws of Nations," 23 Nov. 1781
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John Hancock to Robert Treat Paine concerning "the Resolution of the General Courts respecting Mr. John Temple," Boston, 23 Nov. 1781 [with accompanying file on Temple]
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List of actions, Court of Common Pleas, Cumberland County, [Mar.?] 1782
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Bills drawn by J. Sullivan, 1782
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Resolve of Congress concerning legal captures on water and condemnations, 2 Jan. 1782
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House vote requesting report of committee to revise laws, 24 Jan. 1782
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Senate order to notify committee for revising the laws of a second reading on bills reported by them, 25 Jan. 1782
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List of libels, Berkshire County, Feb. 1782
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Committee on seizure and condemnation of British-made goods requests leave to report to General Court, 1 Feb. 1782
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Council orders secretary to furnish Robert Treat Paine as attorney general with papers relative to Capt. Timothy Folger, endorsed by John Hancock, 21 Feb. 1782
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Council orders Nantucket naval officer, endorsed by John Hancock, 26 Feb. 1782
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Petition to judges at Northampton, 19 Apr. 1782
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Committee appointed to consider letters from Gen. Washington, Mr. Livingston, and Mr. Morris requests leave to report, 17 Apr. 1782
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Act for the due observance of the Lord's Day, [Oct.? 1782] [draft]
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Robert Treat Paine petition to General Court for compensation for services as attorney general, Feb. 1783 [draft]
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Monopoly of sugar in Boston in 1777, 5 July 1783
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Subscription list to present "Judges of the Supreme Judicial Court, such a Dress, as they shall think properly pertains to their office," 4 Oct. 1783

Signed by Perez Morton, Theophilus Parsons, Benjamin Lincoln, James Hughes, Jonathan Mason, Jr., Rufus G. Amory, Ebenezer Bradish, Jr., William Hunt, Royall Tyler, Fisher Ames, Edward H. Robbins, Israel Keith, Rufus King, William Fisk, John Lowell, B.G. Amory, J. Gardiner, B. Hichbourne, William Tudor, Thomas Dawes, Jr., James Sullivan, Nathaniel Paine, Christopher Gore, John Sprague, Levi Lincoln, and Jonathan Fay.

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Address to governor declining commission as a justice of the Supreme Court, 16 Feb. 1784 [draft]
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House order to return papers to James Bowdoin, 7 June 1784
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Senate order instructing report of committee to revise laws, 2 July 1784
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Boston town vote establishing committee to review by-laws, 17 Aug. 1784 [committee: Robert Treat Paine, John Lowell, James Sullivan, Benjamin Hitchburne, and Ezekiel Price]
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House order to committee for revising the laws concerning absentees, 5 Nov. 1784
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Samuel Henshaw to Robert Treat Paine as attorney general, Impost Excise Office, Suffolk County, 24 Nov. 1784
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Note adding Tristram Dalton to a Senate committee, signed by Samuel Adams, 1 Feb. 1785
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Senate order to create a committee to revise legislation concerning Negroes and mulattoes, 11 Mar. 1785
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Council minutes abstract concerning committee "respecting two pirates apprehended at Machias," 21 July 1785
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Robert Treat Paine to Governor Bowdoin and council regarding piracy charge, 22 July 1785 [draft]
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List of libels, Oct. 1785-Oct. 1786 [on verso of dinner invitation from governor to Robert Treat Paine, undated]
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Robert Treat Paine account with James Lassel, Oct. 1785
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Receipt: Bullerman's cause, [1786?]
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Complaint against a number guilty of a riot, Bristol County, 13 June 1786
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List of actions, Falmouth Supreme Judicial Court, June 1786
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Notice to justices of the Court of General Sessions of the Peace and Court of Common Pleas concerning closure of Concord court house, Job Shattuck, 12 Sep. 1786 [copy]
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Petition: Robert Treat Paine to General Court concerning complaints about grants to the attorney general, Oct. 1786
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Petition: George Brock to governor, 2 Nov. 1786 [enclosed with George Brock to [Joseph Greenleaf?], Boston Jail, 2 Nov. 1786]
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Petition: "Orina" to judges, attorney general, sheriff, and clerk of the Supreme Judicial Court, 24 May 1787 [with attached note from "Orina" to Daniel Shays, Luke Day, Adam Wheeler, and Ely Persons: "I approve, and greatfully accept the Service you have done to your country..."]
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Treasurer's report to the attorney general, Boston, 7 Aug. 1787
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General Court order to committee to revise laws to prepare a bill, 18 June 1788
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Petition: Robert Treat Paine to General Court, Jan. 1789 [draft] [on verso of dinner invitation from Thomas Brattle to Robert Treat Paine, 30 Oct. 1788]
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Notes on Slave Act, [179-?] [on verso of Robert Treat Paine to Elisha Porter, [179-?]]
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Commission of Robert Treat Paine as a justice of the Supreme Judicial Court, signed by John Hancock, 22 Jan. 1790
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Judgment by Robert Treat Paine in case of Quintin Dick vs. Christopher Gore, Suffolk Sessions, Supreme Judicial Court, Feb. 1790 [with draft of same]
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Petition of Robert Treat Paine to General Court for supplement to allowance as attorney general for libeling of absentee estates, 26 May 1790
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Petition of Robert Treat Paine to General Court for supplement to allowance as attorney general for libeling of absentee estates, 26 May 1790 [second draft including totals of libels issued by county]
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Decision: Supreme Judicial Court, Ipswich, in case of Thomas McDonough, British consul, June 1791
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General Court order to committee revising the laws to complete their business, 1 June 1791
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Petition: Justices of the Supreme Judicial Court to General Court about living expenses, Feb. 1795 and Feb. 1797
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Eulogy on death of George Washington, [Dec. 1799] [on verso of Dr. Warren's invitation to Robert Treat Paine, 5 Dec. 1799]
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Robert Treat Paine on civil law, [1801?] [draft on verso of invitation to the Concert Hall, 17 Dec. 1801]
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Report of committee on Robert Treat Paine's petition for recompense for his services as attorney general in 1783, concurred in House and Senate, 22 June 1803
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Petition of Robert Treat Paine for further compensation for services as attorney general, Jan. 1804 [draft]
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Conclusion of the report of Turner Thayer & Austin, a committee of the House (9 Feb. 1783), Mar. 1804
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Petition of Robert Treat Paine for further compensation for services as attorney general, [Feb. 1805?]-28 May 1807
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Statement on fee allowance relative to report of Cotton Tufts, 20 May 1805

VI. Newspapers, 1726-1808

This series consists of annotated newspaper clippings mounted in a scrapbook.

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The London Gazette, 7 Mar. 1726
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The Boston Weekly News-Letter, 25 Nov.-2 Dec. 1736
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The Boston Evening-Post, 17 Aug. 1761
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The Boston-Gazette and Country Journal, 9 Nov. 1767
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The Boston-Gazette and Country Journal, 23 Nov. 1767
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The Massachusetts Gazette and Boston Post-Boy and the Advertiser, 25 Feb. 1771
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The Independent Chronicle and the Universal Advertiser (Boston), 16 Oct. 1777
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[Fragment of Boston newspaper, Aug. 1764]
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Broadsheet: Proceedings of his Majesty's Privy-Council on the Address of the Assembly of Massachusetts to remove his Governor and Lieutenant-Governor... [Boston, 1774]
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The Connecticut Journal and the New-Haven Post-Boy, 2 Aug. 1775
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The Pennsylvania Evening Post, 6 Apr. 1776
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[Newspaper fragment, July 1776]
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[Newspaper fragment, July 1776]
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[Fragment of Boston Gazette, 28 July 1777]
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The Continental Journal, and Weekly Advertiser, 28 Jan. 1779
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The New-York Journal and the General Advertiser (Poughkeepsie), 8 Feb. 1779
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Gazette de la Martinique, 22 July 1779
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The Independent Chronicle and the Universal Advertiser (Boston), 26 July 1781 and 14 Dec. 1781
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The Continental Journal, and Weekly Advertiser (Boston), 3 Jan. 1782
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The Massachusetts Herald: Or, Worcester Journal, 13 Sep. 1783
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The Independent Chronicle, and the Universal Advertiser, 11 Mar. 1784
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The Massachusetts Centinel, 14 May 1785
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Columbian Centinel, Extra, 12 May 1792
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"Reflections on Monroe's view," by Scipio, no. 1-3, clippings from The Gazette of the United States & Philadelphia Daily Advertiser
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"Reflections on Monroe's view," by Scipio, no. 5-8, clippings from The Gazette of the United States & Philadelphia Daily Advertiser
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"Reflections on Monroe's view," by Scipio, no. 11-12, clippings from The Gazette of the United States & Philadelphia Daily Advertiser
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[Fragment] annotated "Mr. Jefferson's Letter to Mazzei republished 30 Dec. 1797"
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[Fragment from Gazette of the United States & Philadelphia Daily Advertiser] annotated "Fenno...Remarks on the 4th Sepr. & the Fr. constiton. anr. piece on democracy," 5-6 Feb. 1798
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Massachusetts Mercury (Boston) annotated "Ellsworths opinion on Br Debts N.C., 1795," 13 June 1797
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The Virginia Gazette, &c. Extraordinary (Richmond, Va.), 27 Nov. 1798
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The Virginia Gazette, and General Advertiser (Richmond, Va.), 27 Nov. 1798
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[Fragment from Boston Gazette, 6 Nov. 1800]
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[Unidentified fragment] annotated "plain case statut at Boston...abt. Election of presidt.," 24 Dec. 1800
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Independent Chronicle (Boston), 4 Jan. 1808

VII. Maps, 1755-1805

This series contains manuscript maps by Robert Treat Paine of the expedition to Lake George in 1755, as well as lot plans of later pieces of Paine property.

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Joseph Heath manuscript map of Sagadohock River from mouth to Fort George
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Plan of Lake George, 13 Oct. 1755
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Fragment of printed map, Chesapeake Bay to Canada
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[Plan of routes?], [1755?]
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Plan of route from Dedham to Lancaster, 30 Jan. 1755
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Plan of route from Worcester to Boston, [1755?]
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Plan of Fort Edward, [1755?]
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Plan of Fort William Henry, 1755
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Plan of route from Lancaster to Albany, 1755
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True copy of a plan taken with the Baron de Dieskeau, general of the French Army at Lake George, 8 Sep. 1755
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Plan of Lake George and fort, 13 Oct. 1755
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Plan of the encampment at Lake George, 13 Oct. 1755
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Plan of house lot on Milk Street, Boston, "made after exchange with Joseph Shed," 5 Apr. 1805, attached to "Plan of the Estate of the late Judge Paine at the corner of Milk and Federal Streets"
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Unidentified survey and building plan

VIII. Miscellaneous Robert Treat Paine papers, 1728-1811

This series contains the school writings and other miscellaneous papers of Robert Treat Paine. Among the school papers are essays, compositions, translations, drawings, manuscript copies of books and poetry, and notes. The series also contains doodles dating from Paine's service as an usher at the Boston Latin School, 1750, including the earliest known signature of John Hancock.

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Rules of Latin syntax, Mar. 1743
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Latin compositions, 1745-1749
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Translations of Cicero orations, 1747
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Essays presented to the Phinphilenici Club at Harvard, 1748
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Laws of Harvard College (1734) copied by Robert Treat Paine and signed by Edward Holyoke, Henricus Flynt, Belcher Hancock, and Josephus Mayhew, 1746
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Copies of poems by Edward Ward: "The Wealthy Shopkeeper or Charitable Citizen" and "A Journey to H-- or a Visit paid the D--" [parts I and II]
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"The Life and Miracles of the Virgin St. Rosalia being the production of the Master Fryar John of St. Bernard's of the third Order of our holy Father St. Francis. Translated from the Spanish by Robert Treat Paine," 1754
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Drawing of clock mechanism, undated
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"An english conference upon the comparative advantages, which have resulted to mankind from the Mariner's compass, Gunpowder, & the Art of Printing"
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Various mathematical drawings and calculations, one on verso of note from John Thomas to Robert Treat Paine requesting him to fix Col. Warren's clock, undated
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Poem: "O more than your mate did they but know..."
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"A New Song on Masonry"
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Abstract from Book of Heraldry on Paine coat-of-arms
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"A Magic Circle of Circles" by Thomas Cobb
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"Remarks on perfidy & allusion to addresses to one of his Daughters" on verso of undated [1810?] dinner invitation from Francis Dana
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"Short-Writing. The most easy, exact & lineal & speady Method that has ever yet been Obtained or taught. Compos'd by Theophilus Metcalf, author & professor of said Art, afterwards carefully revis'd Inlarg'd & improv'd by E. H. The 35th edition newly Corrected...Copy'd by R. T. Paine," 22 Mar. 1745
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Sample of short-writing by Robert Treat Paine, 1748
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Bracography [key to Robert Treat Paine's shorthand code]
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Note: "Hold fast, mistaken Man...," undated
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Epigramma on verso of Latin exercise, [174-?]
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Reading notes on the Encyclopedia
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Reading notes on Watson's Chemistry
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Reading notes on Batavia illustrata, or a view of the policy & commerce of the United Provinces, particularly Holland, by Onslow Burrish (London), 1728
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Poem: "Bug Barrett transform'd into a brand bottle" and reply, [1745-1746?]
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Robert Treat Paine's singing book, begun 7 Feb. 1748
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Poem: "A Crambo at Friendship Hall," [175-?]
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Allegory: "Musidora a blooming Nymph...," [175-?]
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"On Life, An Allegory," [175-?]
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"Reflections on Life," [175-?] [draft of preceding item]
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"To l'Vertue on human Uncertainty"
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"To l'Vertue on the Death of her sister"
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"The Virgin's Catechism," [175-?]
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"A Song of Bacchus & Apollo," Maidstone Point, N.C., 5 Mar. 1752
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Hocce Librum Roberto Treat Paine attinet Ex dono Antonii Emanuelis de Sylva apud Fayal Sacerdotis reverendi Mense Septembris Annoq: Domini 1753
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Exercise in Spanish
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"A Versification of a Letter to a young Lady," [1755?]
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Allegory on a comet, Robert Treat Paine to Richard Cranch, [1755?] [in code]
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Prayer at a wedding, Lancaster, 12 Feb. 1755
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Description of a ball, 20 Sep. 1756
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"On the Death of Mr. Nathl. Smibert," Nov. 1756
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Dialogue: Bob, Tasso, and Pannick, before 10 Mar. 1757
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Poem: "Is Harvard burnt?" by Samuel Quincy, after 24 Jan. 1764
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Notes from Shakespeare's Measure for Measure, [1770]
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Epitaph for Mrs. Elizabeth Pool of Taunton, 1770
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"Shubael Bell acrostic," [18-?]
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Reading notes on Mrs. M. Warren's History of the American Revolution, 1805
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Obituary notice of Nathaniel Balch, [1807?]
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Comments on a review by Lucius Manlius Sargent of an address by Charles Paine before the Massachusetts Charitable Society, 1808
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Reading notes on Quarterly Review, Oct.-Dec. 1811
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Mathematical drawings, calculations, and notes, 1750

Included are drawings and calculations mostly on the verso of Latin exercises and notes from the period when Robert Treat Paine served as usher at the Boston Latin School. Among the items are: John Hancock, Latin exercise (Hancock's earliest known signature); William Browne, Latin translation; Abia Holbrook, note to excuse lateness of bearers, 22 May 1750; Cord Cordis, note to excuse lateness of son, 26 Apr. 1750; John Gardiner, Latin exercise; George Erving, Latin exercise; and Calculatio Machinae pedibus Motae.

List of Family Correspondence

This list contains all of the letters in Series I.A. (Family correspondence). Items are arranged chronologically.

Correspondence, 1713-1756

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Mary of the Angels to "Cosin," a copy of a letter from Quebec to a woman in Boston, 12 June 1713
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"Petitions intercepted," to the Society for the Propagation of the Gospel in Foreign Parts, Boston, and from the ministers, church wardens, and vestry of the Church of England in Boston N.E. to the queen, 8 Dec. 1713
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William Ashhurst to the king, copy of John Clarke, secretary to the Company for Propagating the Gospel in New England, etc., "abt. coll. Burgiss," London, 14 Feb. 1715
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W. Worcester to Marquis of Wharton, Lord Privy Seal, copy "abt. coll. Burgiss," Wortlebury, 1 Mar. 1715
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Joseph Gee to "Dear Cuz," Boston, 1 Aug. 1718
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James Paine to Thomas Paine, Barnstable, 22 Feb. 1725
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Rev. Samuel Willard to Thomas Paine, Port Royall, 3 June 1725
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Thomas Paine to Samuel Cobb, Weymouth, 22 Mar. 1726
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Samuel Cobb to Thomas Paine, Falmouth, 21 Apr. 1726
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Rev. Joseph Green to Thomas Paine, Barnstable, 28 Apr. 1726
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John Bass, Edward Waldon, and John Waldon to Thomas Paine and Mr. Boadwain [James Bowdoin], Windham, Conn., 25 Sep. 1733
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Thomas Paine on leaving the church at Weymouth, Boston, 27 Mar. 1735
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Rev. Samuel Willard to Thomas Paine, Biddeford, 16 Aug. 1736
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Rev. Samuel Willard to Thomas Paine, Biddeford, 10 Jan. 1737
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Elnathan Eldredge to Thomas Paine, [Jan. 1739]
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Capt. Samuel Row to Capt. Jefferies Hazzel, copy of letter on Lassel's estate, Boston, 15 Jan. 1738
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Samuel Storke to Thomas Paine, London, 14 May 1739 [copy] and 2 June 1739
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Rev. Samuel Willard to Thomas Paine, Biddeford, 29 Sep. 1739
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Samuel Storke to Thomas Paine, London, 10 Oct. 1739 and 20 Oct. 1739
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John Maylem to [Thomas Paine?], Newport, R.I., 20 Feb. 1740
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Elnathan Eldridg to Thomas Paine, Dartmouth, 8 Nov. 1740
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Samuel Storke to Thomas Paine, London, 27 Feb. 1741 and 23 Mar. 1741
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Samuel Storke to Thomas Paine, London, 23 Mar. 1741 [copy] and 8 May 1741
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Samuel Storke to Thomas Paine, London, 4 Apr. 1741 [copy]
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Samuel Storke to Thomas Paine, London, 10 July 1741 [copy] and 25 July 1741
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Samuel Storke to Thomas Paine, London, 25 July 1741 [copy] and 4 Sep. 1741
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Thomas Paine to Elkanah Leonard, 3 Aug. 1741
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John Maylem to Thomas Paine, Newport, R.I., 2 Sep. 1741
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Thomas Paine to John Maylem, Boston, 22 Sep. 1741 [copy]
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Thomas Paine to John Maylem, Boston, 29 Sep. 1741 [copy]
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Thomas Paine to John Maylem, Boston, 5 Oct. 1741 [copy]
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Elnathan Eldridg to Thomas Paine, Dartmouth, 2 Nov. 1741
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Samuel Storke to Thomas Paine, London, 3 Nov. 1741 [copy] and 12 Apr. 1742
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Thomas Paine to Samuel Storke, Boston, 6 Jan. 1741 [copy]
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Elnathan Eldridg to Thomas Paine, Nantucket, 22 Apr. 1742
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Samuel Storke to Thomas Paine, London, 24 July 1742 [copy] and 9 Aug. 1742
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Samuel Storke to Thomas Paine, London, 18 Apr. 1743 [copy] and 27 Aug. 1743
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George Leonard to Thomas Paine, Norton, 5 Sep. 1745
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Thomas Cobb to Thomas Paine, Boston, 9 Sep. 1745
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Robert Treat Paine to James Freeman, Cambridge, 27 Apr. 1746
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Abigail Paine to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 10 May 1746
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Joseph Greenleaf to Robert Treat Paine, 10 May 1746
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Robert Treat Paine to James Freeman, Cambridge, 11 May 1746
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Abigail Paine to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 10 June 1746
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Rev. Nathaniel Appleton to Thomas Paine, Cambridge, 4 July 1746
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Elizabeth Hunt to Robert Treat Paine, Weymouth, 29 July 1746
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Abigail Paine to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 20 Oct. 1746
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Abigail Paine to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 20 Nov. 1746
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Abigail Paine to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 25 Jan. 1747
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Abigail Paine to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 28 Feb. 1747
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Thomas Paine to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 7 Mar. 1747
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Abigail Paine to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 10 Mar. 1747
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Abigail Paine to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, [May?] 1747
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Ezekiel Dodge ["Philomathia"] to Robert Treat Paine, Cambridge, 5 May 1747
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Samuel Haven to Robert Treat Paine, Cambridge, 9 May 1747
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Ezekiel Dodge to Robert Treat Paine, Shrewsbury, 8 June 1747
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Abigail Paine to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 12 June 1747
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Abigail Paine to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 17 June 1747
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Samuel Haven to Robert Treat Paine, with poem enclosed, 19 June 1747
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Abijah Thurston to Robert Treat Paine, [July?] [1747?]
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Abijah Thurston to Robert Treat Paine, Wrentham, 19 Aug. 1747
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Abigail Paine to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 2 Sep. 1747
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Ezekiel Dodge to Robert Treat Paine, Harvard College, 27 Oct. 1747
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Abigail Paine to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 3 Nov. 1747
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Abigail Paine to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 14 Nov. 1747
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Abigail Paine to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 30 Dec. 1747
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Abigail Paine to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 3 Feb. 1748
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Robert Treat Paine to Eunice Paine, Cambridge, 20 Mar. 1748
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Eunice Paine to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 24 Mar. 1748
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Abijah Thurston to Robert Treat Paine, H. College, 18 June 1748
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Samuel Haven to Robert Treat Paine, H. College, 21 June 1748
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Robert Treat Paine to Eunice Paine, Cambridge, 5 Oct. 1748
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Abigail Paine to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 4 Nov. 1748
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Ezekiel Dodge to Robert Treat Paine, B--h, 15 Jan. 1748
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Abigail Paine to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 18 Jan. 1749
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Abigail Paine to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, [22 Jan. 1749]
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Abigail Paine to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 2 Feb. 1749
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Abigail Paine to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 18 Feb. [1749]
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Abigail Paine to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 21 Feb. 1749
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Samuel Haven to Robert Treat Paine, Framingham, 21 Feb. 1749
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Abigail Paine to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 4 Mar. 1749
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Abigail Paine to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 18 Mar. 1749
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Abigail Paine to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 24 Mar. 1749
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Abigail Paine to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 6 Apr. 1749
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Abigail Paine to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, May 1749
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Ann Maylem to Thomas Paine, Newport, R.I., 13 May 1749
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Abigail Paine to Robert Treat Paine and Eunice Paine, [12 June 1749]
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Abigail Paine to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 24 June [1749]
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Samuel Haven to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 11 July 1749
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Israel Cheever to Robert Treat Paine, Wrentham, 27 July 1749
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Samuel Haven to Robert Treat Paine, Groton, 12 Aug. 1749
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Gideon Richardson to Robert Treat Paine, Sudbury, 28 Aug. 1749
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Robert Treat Paine to Abigail Paine, Lunenburg, 23 Sep. 1749
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Samuel Haven to Robert Treat Paine, Groton-school-room, 25 Sep. 1749
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Abigail Paine to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 25 Sep. 1749
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Abigail Paine to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 4 Oct. 1749
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Samuel Haven to Robert Treat Paine, Groton, 6 Oct. 1749
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Richard Cranch to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 9 Oct. 1749 [and copy]
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Robert Treat Paine to Eunice Paine, Lunenburg, 30 Oct. 1749
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Samuel Haven to Robert Treat Paine, Groton, 4 Nov. 1749
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Abigail Paine Greenleaf to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 9 Nov. 1749
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Robert Treat Paine to Eunice Paine, Lunenburg, 12 Nov. 1749
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Robert Treat Paine to Thomas Paine, Lunenburg, 12 Nov. 1749
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Abigail Paine Greenleaf to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 15 Nov. 1749
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Robert Treat Paine to Richard Cranch, Lunenburg, 25 Nov. 1749
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Robert Treat Paine to Eunice Paine, Lunenburg, 26 Nov. 1749
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Thomas Paine to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 27 Nov. 1749
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Abigail Paine Greenleaf to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 29 Nov. 1749
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Richard Cranch to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 29 Nov. 1749 [and copy]
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Mary Palmer to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 29 Nov. 1749
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Joseph Greenleaf to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 6 Dec. 1749
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Samuel Haven to Robert Treat Paine, Groton, 18 Dec. 1749
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Robert Treat Paine to Eunice Paine, Lunenburg, 24 Dec. 1749
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Richard Cranch to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 27 Dec. 1749
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Abigail Paine Greenleaf to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 28 Dec. 1749
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Robert Treat Paine to Miss Bayley, [175-?] [in code]
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"A Lady of 14" to "Dear Aunt," [175-?]
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William Downe, Jr., to Robert Treat Paine, Jan. 1750
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Charles Mathews to Henry Alexander, letter of introduction, 2 Jan. 1749
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Samuel Haven to Robert Treat Paine, Groton, 31 Jan. 1750
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William Downe, Jr., to Robert Treat Paine, 31 Jan. 1750
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William Downe, Jr., to Robert Treat Paine, Lunenburg, Feb. 1750
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Robert Treat Paine to Eunice Paine, Lunenburg, 16 Feb. 1750
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Thomas Paine to Robert Treat Paine, Bromswick [Brunswick, N.C.], 19 Feb. 1749
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Joseph Greenleaf to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 20 Feb. 1749
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Samuel Haven to Robert Treat Paine, Groton, 24 Feb. 1750
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William Downe to Robert Treat Paine, [Lunenburg], 2 Mar. 1750
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Samuel Haven to Robert Treat Paine, Groton, 3 Mar. 1750
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Richard Cranch to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 8 Mar. 1750
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Samuel Hunt to Robert Treat Paine, Lunenburg, 12 Mar. 1750
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Joseph Greenleaf to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 13 Mar. 1749
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Richard Cranch to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 13 Mar. 1750
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Joseph Palmer to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 13 Mar. 1750
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Jeremiah Finney to Robert Treat Paine, Wrentham, 26 Mar. 1750
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William Tidmarsh and Andrew Oliver to Robert Treat Paine, [Apr. 1750]
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Joshua Greene to Robert Treat Paine, 18 Apr. 1750
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Gideon Richardson to Robert Treat Paine, Sudbury, 24 Apr. 1750
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John Lovejoy to Robert Treat Paine, Lunenburg, 29 Apr. 1750
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Cotton Tufts to Robert Treat Paine, Cohasset [at Hingham], 21 May 1750
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William Downe, Jr., to Robert Treat Paine, Lunenburg, 13 June 1750
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Samuel Haven to Robert Treat Paine, Westborough, 21 June 1750
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Samuel Haven to Robert Treat Paine, Westboro, 19 July 1750
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Gideon Richardson to Robert Treat Paine, Sudbury, 10 Aug. 1750
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Samuel Haven to Robert Treat Paine, Westboro, 21 Aug. 1750
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Gideon Richardson to Robert Treat Paine, Sudbury, 14 Oct. 1750
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James Freeman to Robert Treat Paine, Halifax, N.S., 9 Dec. 1750
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James Freeman to Robert Treat Paine, Halifax, N.S., 26 Aug. 1751
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John Thacher to Thomas Paine, Barnstable, Oct. 1751
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Robert Treat Paine to Elizabeth Weyman, Philadelphia, 21 Nov. 1751
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[?] to Mr. Rea, [1752?]
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James Freeman to Robert Treat Paine, Halifax, N.S., 9 Mar. 1752
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Henry Snoad to Robert Treat Paine, Maidstone Point, N.C., 18 Mar. 1752
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Eunice Paine to Thomas Paine, Braintree, 27 Mar. 1752
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Henry Snoad to Robert Treat Paine, Maidstone Point, N.C., 22 Apr. 1752
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William Fisher to Robert Treat Paine, Newport, R.I., 4 July 1752
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Robert Treat Paine to Joseph and Abigail Paine Greenleaf and Eunice Paine, N.C., 20 July 1752
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Joseph Greenleaf to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 22 July 1752
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Abigail Paine Greenleaf to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 24 July 1752
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Samuel Downe to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 25 July 1752
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John Hardee to Charles Pringle, delivery order for Robert Treat Paine, Mount Pleasant, 19 Aug. 1752
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John Simpson, Jr., to Robert Treat Paine, Bath, N.C., 20 Aug. 1752
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John Simpson, Jr., to Robert Treat Paine, Ocacoe Inlet, N.C., 12 Nov. 1752
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Robert Treat Paine to Mrs. [C. B. E.?], 1753
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Joseph Palmer to Robert Treat Paine, Germantown, 5 Jan. 1753
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Robert Treat Paine to Richard Cranch, Boston, 17 Jan. 1753
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Richard Cranch to Robert Treat Paine, Germantown, 31 Jan. 1753
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Robert Treat Paine to Miss M. M. "on her dressing in cloths," [Apr.-May?] [1753?]
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Robert Treat Paine to Miss M. M. "on Friendship," Apr. 1753
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Edward Salter to Robert Treat Paine, Mt. Pleasant, N.C., 10 Apr. 1753
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Thomas Paine to Richard Cranch, Boston, 1 May 1753
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Henry Leddel to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 15 May 1753
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Samuel Downe to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 19 May 1753
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Eunice Paine to Thomas Paine, Germantown, 30 June 1753
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Abigail Paine Greenleaf to Thomas Paine, Boston, 11 July 1753
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Joseph Greenleaf to Thomas Paine, Boston, 17 July 1753
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Robert Treat Paine to Eunice Paine, N.C., 22 July 1753
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Robert Treat Paine to Thomas Paine, Edenton, N.C., 22 July 1753
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Robert Treat Paine to Thomas Paine, Fayal, Azores, 18 Sep. 1753
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Robert Treat Paine to Hyromima Sebastiana de Asiz, Fayal, Azores, 20 Sep. 1753
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Robert Treat Paine to Eunice Paine, Fayal, Azores, 21 Sep. 1753
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Thomas Paine to Barnabas Paine and the executors of Mr. Jonathan Paine, Boston, 3 Oct. 1753
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Kemp Pickern & Co. to Robert Treat Paine, Cadiz, 21 Nov. 1753
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Barnabas Paine to Thomas Paine, Truro, 3 Dec. 1753
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Thomas Paine to Joshua Tassel, Canterbury, Conn., 8 Dec. 1753
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Aaron Cleaveland to Thomas Paine, Canterbury, Conn., 24 Jan. 1754
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Aaron Cleaveland to Thomas Paine, Canterbury, Conn., 26 Feb. 1754
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Aaron Cleaveland to Thomas Paine, Canterbury, Conn., 11 Apr. 1754
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Robert Treat Paine to Thomas Paine, Billingate [Wellfleet], 2 May 1754
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Robert Treat Paine to Eunice Paine, Billinsgate, 3 May 1754
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Robert Treat Paine to Miss H. D., "a Dream," Eastham, 5 May 1754
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Robert Treat Paine to Thomas Paine, Boston, 2 Oct. 1754
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Robert Treat Paine to Eunice Paine, Boston, 4 Oct. 1754
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[?] to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, [12 Oct. 1754]
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Robert Treat Paine to Eunice Paine, Boston, 13 Oct. 1754
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Robert Treat Paine to Richard Cranch, "Allegorical on the SpermaCeti Works," Boston, 15 Oct. 1754
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Robert Treat Paine to Eunice Paine, Boston, 19 Oct. 1754
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Robert Treat Paine to Richard Cranch, "Allegorical of his Person," Boston, Nov. 1754
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Eunice Paine to Thomas Paine, Boston, 1 Nov. 1754
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Abigail Paine Greenleaf to Thomas Paine, Boston, 5 Nov. 1754
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Joseph Greenleaf to Thomas Paine, Boston, 7 Nov. 1754
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Robert Treat Paine to Eunice Paine, [23 Nov.] 1754
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Robert Treat Paine to Thomas Paine, Boston, 19 Dec. 1754
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Joseph Greenleaf to Thomas Paine, Boston, 10 Dec. 1754
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Robert Treat Paine to Richard Cranch, allegorical, Boston, 11 Dec. 1754
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Abigail Paine Greenleaf to Thomas Paine, Boston, 11 Dec. 1754
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Robert Treat Paine to Theodora Dyer "on a Nunnery," 16 Dec. 1754
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Joseph Greenleaf to Thomas Paine, Boston, 16 Dec. 1754
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Robert Treat Paine to Richard Cranch, allegorical, Boston, 25 Dec. 1754 [with another, Boston, 13 Jan. 1755]
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Eunice Paine to Richard Cranch, Boston, 26 Dec. 1754
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Eunice Paine to Thomas Paine, Boston, 28 Dec. 1754
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Dr. G. to Richard Cranch and Samuel Quincy, 1755
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Abigail Paine Greenleaf to Thomas Paine, Boston, 5 Jan. 1755
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Robert Treat Paine to Richard Cranch, Boston, 13 Jan. 1755 [see same, 25 Dec. 1754]
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Robert Treat Paine to Thomas Paine, Boston, 16 Jan. 1755
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Robert Treat Paine to Eunice Paine, Lancaster, 12 Feb. 1755
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Joseph Greenleaf to Thomas Paine, Boston, 6 Feb. 1755
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Eunice Paine to Thomas Paine, Boston, 12 Feb. 1755
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Joseph Greenleaf to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 14 Feb. 1755
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Joseph Greenleaf to Thomas Paine, Boston, 15 Feb. 1755
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Robert Treat Paine to Eunice Paine, Boston, 17 Feb. 1755
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Abigail Paine Greenleaf to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 25 Feb. 1755
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Richard Cranch to Robert Treat Paine, Weymouth, 14 Mar. 1755
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Robert Treat Paine to Abigail Paine Greenleaf, Lancaster, 17 Mar. 1755
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Abigail Paine Greenleaf to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 18 Mar. 1755
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Timothy Harrington to Robert Treat Paine, Lancaster, 24 Mar. 1755
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Robert Treat Paine to Eunice Paine, Lancaster, 24 Mar. 1755
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Robert Treat Paine to Timothy Harrington, Lancaster, [after 24 Mar. 1755]
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Joseph Greenleaf to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 27 Mar. 1755
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Joseph Greenleaf to Elizabeth Marshall Eliot, Boston, 9 Apr. 1755
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Eunice Paine to Thomas Paine, Boston, 13 Apr. 1755
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Abel Willard to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 29 Apr. 1755
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Joseph Greenleaf to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 30 Apr. 1755
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Samuel Quincy to Robert Treat Paine, Friendship Hall, [Apr. 1755]
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Robert Treat Paine to Samuel Quincy, Confusion City, [6 May 1755]
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Samuel Quincy to Robert Treat Paine, Friendship Hall, [after 6 May] 1755
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Robert Treat Paine to [?], "For a friend to his Mistress," 3 May 1755
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Robert Treat Paine to [?], "For a friend taking leave of his Mistress," 5 May 1755
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Robert Treat Paine to Eunice Paine, Lancaster, 9 May 1755
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Joseph Greenleaf to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 10 May 1755
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Robert Treat Paine to George Leonard, "Allegory of a Journey," [June?] [1755?]
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Gawen Browne to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 3 June 1755
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Eunice Paine to Thomas Paine, Boston, 6 June 1755
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Robert Treat Paine to George Leonard, "Allegorical Discription of a Journey," Boston, 10 June 1755
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Edward Flint to Robert Treat Paine, Albany, N.Y., 16 June 1755
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Robert Treat Paine to Eunice Paine, Lancaster, 19 June 1755
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Samuel Quincy to Robert Treat Paine, 27 June 1755
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Abigail Paine Greenleaf to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 1 July 1755
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Abel Willard to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 2 July 1755
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Robert Treat Paine to Samuel Quincy, Lancaster, 5 July 1755
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Joseph Cushing to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 7 July 1755
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Robert Treat Paine to Eunice Paine, Boston, 19 July 1755
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Robert Treat Paine to Eunice Paine, Lancaster, 27 July 1755
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Eunice Paine to Thomas Paine, Germantown, 4 Aug. 1755
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Robert Treat Paine to George Leonard, Lancaster, 7 Aug. 1755
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Edward Flint to Robert Treat Paine, Camp at Fort Nicholson, South End of the Carrying Place, 29 Aug. 1755
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Abigail Paine Greenleaf to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 29 Aug. 1755
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Robert Treat Paine to Samuel Quincy, Lancaster, Sep. 1755 [copy]
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Abigail Paine Greenleaf to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 5 Sep. 1755
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Joseph Greenleaf to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 9 Sep. 1755
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Joseph Cushing to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 10 Sep. 1755
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John Mellen to Robert Treat Paine, Lancaster, 26 Sep. 1755
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Eunice Paine to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 29 Sep. 1755
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Abel Will verso of Abel Willard to Robert Treat Paine, 29 Sep. 1755
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Edward Flint to Robert Treat Paine, Fort Edward, 18 Oct. 1755
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Levi Willard to Robert Treat Paine, Lancaster, 28 Oct. 1755
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Robert Treat Paine to [?], Camp Lake George, Nov. 1755
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Samuel Quincy to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 5 Nov. 1755
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Abigail Paine Greenleaf to Thomas Paine, Boston, 9 Nov. 1755
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Robert Treat Paine to Joseph and Abigail Paine Greenleaf and Eunice Paine, Camp Lake George, 10 of Abel Willard to Robert Treat Paine, 29 Sep. 1755
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Edward Flint to Robert Treat Paine, Fort Edward, 18 Oct. 1755
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Levi Willard to Robert Treat Paine, Lancaster, 28 Oct. 1755
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Robert Treat Paine to [?], Camp Lake George, Nov. 1755
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Samuel Quincy to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 5 Nov. 1755
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Abigail Paine Greenleaf to Thomas Paine, Boston, 9 Nov. 1755
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Robert Treat Paine to Joseph and Abigail Paine Greenleaf and Eunice Paine, Camp Lake George, 10 Nov. 1755
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Sylvanus Conant to Robert Treat Paine, Albany, 21 Nov. 1755
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"Reasons why tis not thought adviseable to proceed this fall agt. Crown Point or Ticonderogo," [25 Nov.?] 1755
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Richard Aspham to Thomas Paine, [1756?]
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Robert Treat Paine to Miss A. L., [1756?] [in code]
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Robert Treat Paine to Miss A. L., Boston, 1756
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Robert Treat Paine to Thomas Paine, Boston, 2 Jan. 1756
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Abigail Paine Greenleaf to Thomas Paine, Boston, 5 Jan. 1756
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Robert Treat Paine to Eunice Paine, Boston, 11 Jan. 1756
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Joseph Cushing to Abel Willard, Boston, 12 Jan. 1756 [answers to legal questions by Robert Treat Paine on verso]
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Thomas Paine to Eunice Paine, Halifax, 2 Feb. 1756
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Samuel Quincy to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 2 Feb. 1756
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Robert Treat Paine to Eunice Paine, Lancaster, 7 Mar. 1756
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Eunice Paine to Ebenezer Prout, Boston, 8 Mar. 1756
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Samuel Quincy to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 12 Mar. 1756
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Robert Treat Paine to Eunice Paine, Lancaster, 5 Apr. 1756
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Abigail Paine Greenleaf to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 6 Apr. 1756
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Robert Treat Paine to Eunice Paine, Lancaster, 17 Apr. 1756
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Eunice Paine to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 18 Apr. 1755
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Abigail Paine Greenleaf to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 19 Apr. 1756
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Samuel Danforth to [Col. Richard Gridley], Cambridge, 17 May 1756
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Thomas Hubbard to Col. Richard Gridley, Boston, 24 May 1756
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Col. Richard Gridley to Hannah Deming Gridley, Albany, 31 May 1756 [extract]
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Thomas Hubbard to Col. Richard Gridley, Boston, 9 June 1756
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Thomas Paine to Robert Treat Paine, Joseph and Abigail Paine Greenleaf, and Eunice Paine, Halifax, 26 June 1756
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Joseph Palmer to Robert Treat Paine, Germantown, 23 July 1756
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James Freeman to Robert Treat Paine, Halifax, 2 Aug. 1756
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James Freeman to Robert Treat Paine, [Halifax], 7 Aug. 1756
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James Freeman to Robert Treat Paine, Halifax, 20 Aug. 1756
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James Freeman to Robert Treat Paine, Halifax, 27 Aug. 1756
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Robert Treat Paine to George Leonard, Boston, [27] Aug. 1756
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James Freeman to Robert Treat Paine, [Sep.?] 1756
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Abigail Paine Greenleaf to Robert Treat Paine, Germantown, 13 Sep. 1756
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Joseph Greenleaf to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 28 Sep. 1756
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Robert Treat Paine to Eunice Paine, Boston, 1 Oct. 1756
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James Freeman to Robert Treat Paine, Halifax, 12 Oct. 1756
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Robert Treat Paine to [Richard Cranch?], 4 Nov. 1756
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Robert Treat Paine to Eunice Paine, Boston, 12 Nov. 1756
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William Cushing to Robert Treat Paine, Scituate, 6 Dec. 1756
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Abel Willard to Robert Treat Paine, Lancaster, 9 Dec. 1756
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Abigail Paine Greenleaf to Robert Treat Paine, Germantown, 10 Dec. 1756
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Joseph Greenleaf to Robert Treat Paine, Braintree, 13 Dec. 1756
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James Freeman to Robert Treat Paine, Halifax, 20 Dec. 1756
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Joseph Greenleaf to Robert Treat Paine, Braintree, 28 Dec. 1756

Correspondence, 1757-1765

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Oliver Wendell to Robert Treat Paine, [1757]
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Samuel Quincy to Robert Treat Paine, Hingham, [1757]
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Robert Treat Paine to "Lavinia," Jan. 1757
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Abigail Paine Greenleaf to Robert Treat Paine, Germantown, 27 Jan. 1757
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Robert Treat Paine to Eunice Paine, 7 Feb. 1757
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Abel Willard to Robert Treat Paine, Lancaster, 26 Feb. 1757
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James Freeman to Robert Treat Paine, Halifax, N.S., 26 Feb. 1757
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Robert Treat Paine to Richard Cranch, 3 Mar. [1757?]
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Robert Treat Paine to Eunice Paine, Boston, 5 Mar. 1757
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Eunice Paine to Abigail Paine Greenleaf, Weymouth, 5 Mar. 1757
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Eunice Paine to Robert Treat Paine, Weymouth, 1 [Mar.?] 1757
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Abel Willard to Robert Treat Paine, Lancaster, 7 Mar. 1757
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Joseph Greenleaf to Robert Treat Paine, Braintree, 9 Mar. 1757
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Eunice Paine to Robert Treat Paine, Weymouth, 12 Mar. 1757
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Abel Willard to Robert Treat Paine, Lancaster, 14 Mar. 1757
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Joseph Greenleaf to Robert Treat Paine, Braintree, 16 Mar. 1757
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Abel Willard to Robert Treat Paine, Lancaster, 28 Mar. 1757
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Aaron Cleaveland to Robert Treat Paine, Canterbury, Conn., 26 Mar. 1757
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Levi Willard to Robert Treat Paine, Lancaster, 28 Mar. 1757
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Robert Treat Paine to Eunice Paine, Boston, 1 Apr. 1757
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John Dyar to Robert Treat Paine, Canterbury, Conn., 1 Apr. 1757
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Eunice Paine to Robert Treat Paine, Weymouth, 4 Apr. 1757
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Robert Treat Paine to James Freeman, Boston, 9 Apr. 1757
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Joseph Greenleaf to Robert Treat Paine, 12 Apr. 1757
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Joseph Greenleaf to Robert Treat Paine, Braintree, 17 Apr. 1757
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Robert Treat Paine to Richard Cranch, 20 [Apr.?] 1757
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Robert Treat Paine to Eunice Paine, 4 May 1757
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James Freeman to Robert Treat Paine, Halifax, N.S., 7 May 1757
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Robert Treat Paine to [?], extract from a letter on being sworn to the bar, [13 May 1757]
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Robert Treat Paine to "Sally," Boston, 17 June 1757 [mock letter to a lady; letter from one sister to another; attached letter in code on reverse of note from Abia Holbrook, 1 May 1750]
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Robert Treat Paine to Eunice Paine, Boston, 17 June 1757
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Robert Treat Paine to Eunice Paine, Boston, 4 July 1757
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Robert Treat Paine to Eunice Paine, Boston, 10 July 1757
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John Calef to Robert Treat Paine, Ipswich, 11 July 1757
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Robert Treat Paine to Eunice Paine, Boston, 19 July 1757
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Abel Willard to Robert Treat Paine, Lancaster, 18 July 1757
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John Calef to Robert Treat Paine, Ipswich, 19 July 1757
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John Fitch to Robert Treat Paine, Windham, Conn., 27 July 1757
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Robert Treat Paine to Eunice Paine, "Old Maids quarters," 3 Sep. 1757
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Joseph Greenleaf to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 8 Sep. 1757
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Robert Treat Paine to Eunice Paine, Boston, 30 Sep. 1757
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"Your Friend" to Robert Treat Paine, [Oct.?] [1757?]
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Robert Treat Paine to "Madam," Oct. [1757]
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"A Lady" to Robert Treat Paine, [Oct.?] [1757?]
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Robert Treat Paine to "Mrs. Lavinia," [Oct.?] [1757?]
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Robert Treat Paine to Eunice Paine, Boston, 18 Oct. 1757
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James Brenton to Robert Treat Paine, Newport, R.I., 23 Oct. 1757
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Robert Treat Paine to James Brenton, 26 Oct. 1757
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Lavinia to Robert Treat Paine, after Oct. 1757
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Ezekiel Barker to Robert Treat Paine, Scituate, 18 Nov. 1757
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Nathaniel Clap to Robert Treat Paine, Scituate, 28 Nov. 1757
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James Freeman to Robert Treat Paine, Halifax, N.S., 3 Dec. 1757
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John Kingman to Robert Treat Paine, Bridgewater, 8 Dec. 1757
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John Faunce to Robert Treat Paine, 8 Dec. 1757
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Seth Thayer to Robert Treat Paine, Bridgewater, 9 Dec. 1757
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Abel Willard to Robert Treat Paine, Lancaster, 26 Dec. 1757
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John Calef to Robert Treat Paine, Ipswich, 26 Dec. 1757
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Abel Willard to Robert Treat Paine, Lancaster, 27 Dec. 1757
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"Jemima" to Robert Treat Paine, 1758
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Robert Treat Paine to "Ethelinda," [1758?]
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Experience Paine Hunt to Robert Treat Paine, Norton, 5 Jan. 1758
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John Kingman to Robert Treat Paine, Bridgewater, 5 Jan. 1758
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Eunice Paine to Robert Treat Paine, Germantown, 15 Jan. 1758
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William Cushing to Robert Treat Paine, Scituate, 15 Jan. 1758
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Robert Treat Paine to Eunice Paine, Boston, 19 Jan. 1758
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Joseph Greenleaf to Robert Treat Paine, Abington, 25 Jan. 1758
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John Kingman to Robert Treat Paine, Bridgewater, 29 Jan. 1758 [postscript by Akerman Petingell]
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Eunice Paine to Robert Treat Paine, Weymouth, 29 Jan. 1758
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Shepard Fisk to Robert Treat Paine, Bridgewater, 1 Feb. 1758
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Robert Treat Paine to Eunice Paine, Boston, 19 Feb. 1758
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"Stella LipeSalve" to Robert Treat Paine, Mar. 1758 [response in code by Robert Treat Paine, Apr. 1758]
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Shepard Fisk to Robert Treat Paine, Bridgewater, 6 Mar. 1758
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Robert Treat Paine to Eunice Paine, Boston, 8 Mar. 1758
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Eunice Paine to Robert Treat Paine, Weymouth, 13 Mar. 1758
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Robert Barker to Robert Treat Paine, Hanover, 18 Mar. 1758
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John Dyar to Robert Treat Paine, Canterbury, Conn., 21 Mar. 1758
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Robert Treat Paine to Eunice Paine, Apr. 1758
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Elizabeth Freeman to Robert Treat Paine, Halifax, N.S., 1 Apr. 1758
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Robert Treat Paine to Rebecca Hubbard Blanchard, "to Madm. B. on the Death of her husband," 12 Apr. 1758
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Abel Willard to Robert Treat Paine, Lancaster, 10 Apr. 1758
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Robert Treat Paine to Eunice Paine, 15 Apr. 1758
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Eunice Paine to Robert Treat Paine, Weymouth, 16 Apr. 1758
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Levi Willard to Robert Treat Paine, Lancaster, 17 Apr. 1758
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Eunice Paine to Robert Treat Paine, Weymouth, 25 Apr. 1758
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Ann Fox to Robert Treat Paine, Falmouth, 26 Apr. 1758
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Parker Morss to Robert Treat Paine, Woodstock, Conn., May 1758
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Samuel Bates to Robert Treat Paine, Hingham, 8 May 1758
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Aaron Cleaveland to Robert Treat Paine, Canterbury, Conn., 22 May 1758
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Solomon Otis to Robert Treat Paine, Barnstable, 30 May 1758
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Robert Treat Paine to Eunice Paine, Boston, 7 June 1758
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Jonathan Kenny to Robert Treat Paine, Dartmouth, 10 June 1758
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Samuel Cornish to Robert Treat Paine, Dartmouth, 11 June 1758
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Eunice Paine to Robert Treat Paine, Weymouth, 12 June 1758
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Elizabeth Freeman to Robert Treat Paine, Halifax, N.S., 12 June 1758
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John Burbidge to Robert Treat Paine, Halifax, N.S., 12 June 1758
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Robert Treat Paine to Eunice Paine, Boston, 20 June 1758
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Eunice Paine to Robert Treat Paine, Germantown, 30 June 1758
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Robert Treat Paine to Eunice Paine, Boston, 5 July 1758
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John Hurd to Robert Treat Paine, Halifax, N.S., 6 July 1758
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Abel Willard to Robert Treat Paine, Lancaster, 17 July 1758
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John Burbidge to Robert Treat Paine, Halifax, N.S., 19 July 1758
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Robert Treat Paine to Eunice Paine, Boston, 28 July 1758
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Robert Treat Paine to Eunice Paine, Boston, [4?] Aug. 1758
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Ebenezer Backus to Robert Treat Paine, Norwich, Conn., 9 Aug. 1758
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Robert Treat Paine to Eunice Paine, 19 Aug. 1758
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Eliphalet Dyer to Robert Treat Paine, Windham, Conn., 22 Aug. 1758
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Elizabeth Freeman to Robert Treat Paine, Halifax, N.S., 24 Aug. 1758
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Jonathan Blanchard to Robert Treat Paine, 27 Aug. 1758
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Robert Treat Paine to Eunice Paine, Boston, 28 Aug. 1758
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Robert Treat Paine to Eunice Paine, Boston, 5 Sep. 1758
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Robert Treat Paine to Eunice Paine, Boston, 12 Oct. 1758
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Eunice Paine to Robert Treat Paine, Weymouth, 13 Oct. 1758
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William Sylvester to Robert Treat Paine, Scituate, 18 Oct. 1758
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Eunice Paine to Robert Treat Paine, Weymouth, 23 Oct. 1758
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Jeremiah Moulton, Jr., to Robert Treat Paine, York, 25 Oct. 1758
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Eunice Paine to Robert Treat Paine, Weymouth, 28 Oct. 1758
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Enoch Freeman to Robert Treat Paine, Falmouth, 1 Nov. 1758
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Robert Treat Paine to Eunice Paine, Boston, 11 Nov. 1758
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Robert Treat Paine to "Lavinia" [Mary Fletcher], 21 Nov. 1758 [in code]
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Eliphalet Dyer to Robert Treat Paine, Windham, Conn., 25 Nov. 1758
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Edmund Jackson, Jr., to Robert Treat Paine, Abington, 27 Nov. 1758
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Eunice Paine to Robert Treat Paine, Weymouth, 30 Nov. 1758
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Robert Treat Paine to Richard Cranch, Boston, 1 Dec. 1758
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Robert Treat Paine to Eunice Paine, 1 Dec. 1758
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Benjamin Church to Robert Treat Paine, London, England, 3 Dec. 1758
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Richard Cranch to Robert Treat Paine, Braintree, 7 Dec. 1758
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Richard Cranch to Robert Treat Paine, Germantown, 18 Dec. 1758 [enclosure: affidavit: Robert Shilston and Elijah Hayden "acnoledg to have Inlisted as Batoe men under Captn. Geo. Willmot in his Majsteys Service," 15 Apr. 1758]
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Robert Treat Paine to Eunice Paine, Boston, 28 Dec. 1758
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Phineas Nevers to Robert Treat Paine, 1759
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Thomas Josselyn to Robert Treat Paine, Hanover, 29 Jan. 1759
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William Cushing to Robert Treat Paine, Scituate, 4 Feb. 1759
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Abel Willard to Robert Treat Paine, Lancaster, 24 Feb. 1759
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Joseph Palmer to Robert Treat Paine, Germantown in Braintree, 2 Apr. 1759
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William Cushing to Robert Treat Paine, Scituate, 10 Apr. 1759
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Abel Willard to Robert Treat Paine, Lancaster, 22 Apr. 1759
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Joseph Cushing to Robert Treat Paine, Hanover, 28 Apr. 1759
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Robert Treat Paine to Eunice Paine, Boston, 6 May 1759
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Eliphalet Dyer to Robert Treat Paine, Windham, Conn., 8 May 1759
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Robert Treat Paine to Eunice Paine, Boston, 6 July 1759
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John Browne to Robert Treat Paine, Halifax, N.S., 21 July 1759
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Joseph Greenleaf to Robert Treat Paine, Abington, 2 Aug. 1759
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James Monk to Robert Treat Paine, Halifax, N.S., 1 Sep. 1759
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Malachy Salter to Robert Treat Paine, Halifax, N.S., 8 Sep. 1759
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Malachy Salter to Robert Treat Paine, Halifax, N.S., 12 Sep. 1759
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Edmund Hawes, Jr., to Robert Treat Paine, Barnstable, 17 Sep. 1759
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Jacob Hathaway to Robert Treat Paine, [Suffield, Conn.?], 20 Sep. 1759
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William Cushing to Robert Treat Paine, Scituate, 21 Sep. 1759
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Elizabeth Poole to Robert Treat Paine, Halifax, N.S., 24 Sep. 1759
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John Burbidge to Robert Treat Paine, Halifax, N.S., 29 Sep. 1759
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Abigail Paine Greenleaf to Robert Treat Paine, Abington, 15 Nov. 1759
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Ephraim Bowen to Robert Treat Paine, Providence, 30 Nov. 1759
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Samuel Gray to Robert Treat Paine, Windham, Conn., 30 Nov. 1759
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Joseph Greenleaf to Robert Treat Paine, Abington, 1 Dec. 1759
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John Adams to Robert Treat Paine, Braintree, 6 Dec. 1759
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Timothy Larrabe to Robert Treat Paine, Windham, Conn., 18 Dec. 1759
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Joseph Greenleaf to Robert Treat Paine, Abington, 23 Dec. 1759
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Jonathan Kinney to Robert Treat Paine, Dartmouth, 27 Dec. 1759
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Robert Treat Paine to Anna White, letter of expostulation and reproof, [176-?]
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Robert Treat Paine to [Mary Fletcher?], [176-?] [draft and fair copy]
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Robert Treat Paine to l'Vertue, [176-?] [in code]
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Robert Treat Paine to Neddy, [176-?]
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Samuel Fitch to Robert Treat Paine, [176-?]
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Bethiah Danforth to Robert Treat Paine, [176-?]
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Robert Treat Paine to George and Experience Leonard, 1 Jan. 1760 [draft and fair copy]
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Abel Willard to Robert Treat Paine, Lancaster, 14 Jan. 1759[1760]
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Robert Treat Paine to Eunice Paine, Boston, 23 Jan. 1760
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Robert Treat Paine to [Timothy Fales?], 12 Feb. 1760
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Nathaniel Clap to Robert Treat Paine, Scituate, 6 Mar. 1760
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Robert Treat Paine to Antonio Emanuel de Sylva, Boston, 7 Mar. 1760
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Elizabeth Poole to Robert Treat Paine, Halifax, N.S., 16 Mar. 1760
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Eliphalet Dyer to Robert Treat Paine, Windham, Conn., 5 Apr. 1760
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Abel Willard to Robert Treat Paine, Lancaster, 7 Apr. 1760
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Robert Treat Paine to Abel Willard, Boston, 14 Apr. 1760
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Joseph Greenleaf to Robert Treat Paine, Abington, 29 Apr. 1760
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James Brenton to Robert Treat Paine, Newport, R.I., 4 May 1760
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Kenelm Winslow to Robert Treat Paine, Harwich, 12 May 1760
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John Dyar to Robert Treat Paine, Canterbury, Conn., 4 June 1760
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Lavinia to Robert Treat Paine, July 1760 [on verso: Robert Treat Paine to Lavinia, in code]
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Richard Codman to Robert Treat Paine, Charlestown, 16 Sep. 1760
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Richard Codman to Robert Treat Paine, Falmouth, 21 Nov. 1760
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Jeremiah Condy to Robert Treat Paine, London, 11 Dec. 1760
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William Torrey to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 16 Dec. 1760
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Edmund Jackson, Jr., to Robert Treat Paine, Abington, 29 Dec. 1760
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Abel Willard to Robert Treat Paine, Lancaster, 13 Jan. 1761
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Joseph Palmer to Robert Treat Paine, Germantown, 14 Jan. 1761
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Samuel Gray to Robert Treat Paine, Windham, Conn., 27 Jan. 1761
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Joseph Greenleaf to Robert Treat Paine, Abington, 27 Jan. 1761
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James Brenton to Robert Treat Paine, Halifax, N.S., 5 Feb. 1761
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Edmund Jackson, Jr., to Robert Treat Paine, Abington, 7 Feb. 1761
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William Crossing to Robert Treat Paine, Newport, R.I., 19 Feb. 1761
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Henry Tucker, Jr., to Robert Treat Paine, Dartmouth, 10 Mar. 1761
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Kenelm Winslow to Robert Treat Paine, Harwich, 16 June 1761
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James Brenton to Robert Treat Paine, Halifax, N.S., 1 July 1761
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Joseph Nichols to Robert Treat Paine, Nantucket, 15 July 1761
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Eliphalet Dyer to Robert Treat Paine, Windham, Conn., 28 July 1761
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Samuel Quincy to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 7 Aug. 1761
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Ebenezer Rumrill to Robert Treat Paine, Newport, R.I., 10 Aug. 1761
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Samuel Quincy to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 18 Aug. 1761
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John Dyar to Robert Treat Paine, Canterbury, Conn., 25 Aug. 1761
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Robert Caldwell to Robert Treat Paine, Lochwinnioch, 6 Sep. 1761
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Cornelius Crocker to Robert Treat Paine, Barnstable, 4 Nov. 1761
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Elisha Phillips to Robert Treat Paine, Marshfield, 4 Dec. 1761
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William Belcher to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 31 Dec. 1761
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Samuel Quincy to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 1 Jan. 1762
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Nathan Tisdale to Robert Treat Paine, Lebanon, Conn., 21 Jan. 1762
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Samuel Eliot to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 22 Jan. 1762
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James Halsey to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 3 Feb. 1762
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Nathan Tisdale to Robert Treat Paine, Lebanon, Conn., 10 Feb. 1762
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Jonathan Sewall to Robert Treat Paine, Charlestown, 11 Feb. 1762
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Robert Treat Paine to Jonathan Sewall, Taunton, 17 Feb. 1762
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Abel Willard to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 18 Feb. 1762
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Nathaniel Ray Thomas to Robert Treat Paine, Marshfield, 6 Apr. 1762
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Seth Crane to Robert Treat Paine, Apr. 1762
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John Timmins to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 8 Apr. 1762
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John Timmins to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 12 May 1762
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Edmund Hawes, Jr., to Robert Treat Paine, Barnstable, 17 May 1762
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James Putnam to Robert Treat Paine, Worcester, 24 May 1762
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Robert Treat Paine to Eunice Paine, Boston, June 1762
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Ebenezer Rumrill to Robert Treat Paine, Providence, 12 June 1762
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Henry Quincy to Robert Treat Paine, Taunton, 17 June 1762
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Samuel Eliot to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 24 June 1762
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Abel Willard to Robert Treat Paine, Lancaster, 5 July 1762
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Robert Treat Paine to Timothy Paine, Taunton, 24 July 1762
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Rachel Wormley to Robert Treat Paine, 31 July 1762
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Mary Ward to Robert Treat Paine, Newport, R.I., 5 Aug. 1762
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Henry Quincy to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 10 Aug. 1762
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Henry Quincy to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 24 Aug. 1762
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Aaron Willard to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 26 Aug. 1762
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Simeon Potter to Robert Treat Paine, Bristol, 28 Aug. 1762
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Robert Treat Paine to Rev. Joseph Palmer, Taunton, Sep. 1762
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Henry Quincy to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 8 Sep. 1762 [attached to Henry Quincy to Robert Crosman, Boston, 8 Sep. 1762]
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John Shaw to Robert Treat Paine, Raynham, Sep. 1762
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John Bannister to Robert Treat Paine, Newport, R.I., 9 Sep. 1762
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Benjamin Kent to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 15 Sep. 1762
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Rachel Wormley to Robert Treat Paine, Eastham, 19 Sep. 1762
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Silvanus Drew to Robert Treat Paine, Scituate, 23 Sep. 1762
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Samuel Eliot to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 29 Sep. 1762
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Joseph Greenleaf to Robert Treat Paine, Abington, 30 Sep. 1762
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Nathaniel Appleton, Jr., to Robert Treat Paine, Taunton, 4 Oct. 1762
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Samuel Eliot to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 6 Oct. 1762
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Joseph Greenleaf to Robert Treat Paine, Abington, 7 Oct. 1762
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Nathaniel Richardson to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 11 Oct. 1762
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Samuel Eliot to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 1 Nov. 1762
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Napthali Hart & Co. to Robert Treat Paine, Newport, R.I., 23 Nov. 1762
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Henry Quincy to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 19 Nov. 1762
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Henry Quincy to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 25 Nov. 1762
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Henry Quincy to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 26 Nov. 1762
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Nathan Simmons, Jr., to Robert Treat Paine, Newport, R.I., 3 Dec. 1762
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James Putnam to Robert Treat Paine, Worcester, 10 Dec. 1762
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Edward Winslow to Robert Treat Paine, Plymouth, 13 Dec. 1762
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Henry Quincy to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 14 Dec. 1762
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Nathan Simmons, Jr., to Robert Treat Paine, Freetown, 21 Dec. 1762
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Samuel Eliot to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 24 Dec. 1762
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Ratcliffe Hellon to Robert Treat Paine, Monday morning, 1763
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James Putnam to Robert Treat Paine, Worcester, 8 Jan. 1763
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Henry Quincy to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 15 Jan. 1763
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Samuel Quincy to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 15 Jan. 1763
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Edmund Jackson, Jr., to Robert Treat Paine, Abington, 5 Feb. 1763 [postscript: Joseph Greenleaf to Robert Treat Paine]
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John Bartlett to Robert Treat Paine, Plymouth, 6 Jan. 1763
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James Jackson to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 9 Feb. 1763
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Samuel Quincy to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 9 Feb. 1763
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William Hill to Robert Treat Paine, Brunswick, 26 Feb. 1763
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Robert Treat Paine to Eunice Paine, Boston, 25 Feb. 1763
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John Lambert to Henry Quincy, Taunton, 14 Mar. 1763
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Henry Quincy to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 18 Mar. 1763
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Richard Smith to Robert Treat Paine, Philadelphia, 21 Mar. 1763
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Henry Quincy to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 23 Mar. 1763
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Robert Treat Paine to Eunice Paine, Taunton, 25 Mar. 1763
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Abel Willard to Robert Treat Paine, 5 Apr. 1763
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Richard Smith to Robert Treat Paine, Philadelphia, 16 May 1763
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Robert Treat Paine to Ephraim Keith, Taunton, 28 May 1763
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John Aplin to Robert Treat Paine, Providence, R.I., 30 May 1763
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Joseph Palmer to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 31 May 1763
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Ephraim Keith, Jr., to Robert Treat Paine, "in Secessu longo," 2 June 1763
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Robert Treat Paine to Eunice Paine, Taunton, 13 June 1763
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James Putnam to Robert Treat Paine, Worcester, 24 June 1763
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Abel Willard to Robert Treat Paine, Lancaster, 12 July 1763
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Gideon Freeborn to Robert Treat Paine, Warwick, R.I., 28 July 1763
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Robert Treat Paine to Ellen Hobart, 3 Aug. 1763
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Robert Treat Paine to Abigail Otis, 3 Aug. 1763
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Joseph Greenleaf to Robert Treat Paine, Abington, 3 Aug. 1763
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Robert Treat Paine to Ellen Hobart, [after 3 Aug. 1763]
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Edward Winslow to Robert Treat Paine, Plymouth, 11 Aug. 1763
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Oxenbridge Thacher to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 23 Aug. 1763
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Samuel Quincy to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 29 Aug. 1763
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Aaron Lopez to Robert Treat Paine, Newport, 29 Aug. 1763
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Robert Treat Paine to Eunice Paine, Plymouth, 6 Oct. 1763
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James Honyman to Robert Treat Paine, 11 Oct. 1763
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James Hovey to Robert Treat Paine, Plymouth, 13 Oct. 1763
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Foster Hutchinson to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 18 Oct. 1763
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Samuel Quincy to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 24 Nov. 1763
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Rachel Wormley to Robert Treat Paine, Wellfleet, 3 Dec. 1763
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Samuel Quincy to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 5 Dec. 1763
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Oxenbridge Thacher to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 9 Dec. 1763
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John Bartlett to Robert Treat Paine, Plymouth, 14 Dec. 1763
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John Foster to Robert Treat Paine, Providence, R.I., 16 Dec. 1763
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Joseph Greenleaf to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 27 Dec. 1763
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Henry Quincy to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 28 Dec. 1763
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Joseph Greenleaf to Robert Treat Paine, Abington, 1 Jan. 1764
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Jeremiah Condy to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 10 Jan. 1764
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John Foster to Robert Treat Paine, Providence, R.I., 10 Jan. 1764
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Sylvanus Conant to Robert Treat Paine, Middleboro, 18 Jan. 1764
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Daniel Oliver to Robert Treat Paine, the Banks of Namasket, 20 Jan. 1764
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Samuel Quincy to Robert Treat Paine, Braintree, 16 Feb. 1764
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Oxenbridge Thacher to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 22 Feb. 1764
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James Honyman to Robert Treat Paine, 2 Mar. 1764
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Robert Auchmuty to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 7 Mar. 1764
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Rachel Wormley to Robert Treat Paine, Wellfleet, 17 Mar. 1764
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Samuel Quincy to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 6 Apr. 1764
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Malachy Salter to Robert Treat Paine, Halifax, N.S., 27 Apr. 1764
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Robert Treat Paine to Edes & Gill, 7 May 1764
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William McKinstry to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 29 May 1764
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William McKinstry to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 5 June 1764
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Jonathan Sewall to Robert Treat Paine, Charlestown, 8 June 1764
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Henry Quincy to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 11 June 1764
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Richard Smith to Robert Treat Paine, Philadelphia, 14 Jan. 1764
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William Greenleaf to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 21 June 1764
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Joseph Tisdale to Robert Treat Paine, 23 June 1764
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Oxenbridge Thacher to Robert Treat Paine, Milton, 6 Sep. 1764
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Samuel Eliot to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 13 Sep. 1764
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Joshua Hathway to Robert Treat Paine, Freetown, 18 Sep. 1764
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John Foster to Robert Treat Paine, Providence, R.I., 25 Sep. 1764
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Joseph Greenleaf to Robert Treat Paine, Abington, 1 Oct. 1764
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Samuel Quincy to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 19 Oct. 1764
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James Hovey to Robert Treat Paine, Plymouth, 22 Oct. 1764
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James Otis, Sr., to Robert Treat Paine, Barnstable, 23 Oct. 1764
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Thomas Hutchinson to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 31 Oct. 1764
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Eunice Paine to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 1 Nov. 1764
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James Otis, Sr., to Robert Treat Paine, Barnstable, 20 Nov. 1764
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Richard Smith to Robert Treat Paine, Swanzey, 26 Nov. 1764
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Henry Quincy to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 9 Dec. 1764
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James Otis, Jr., to Robert Treat Paine, [1765?]
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James Otis, Sr., to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 12 Jan. 1765
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Peter Oliver to Robert Treat Paine, Middleboro, 18 Jan. 1765
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Robert Auchmuty to Robert Treat Paine, 18 Jan. 1765 [with postscript by Henry Laughton]
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James Otis, Sr., to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 9 Feb. 1765
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Samuel White to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 15 Feb. 1765
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Edward Winslow to Robert Treat Paine, Plymouth, Feb. 1765
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Robert Auchmuty to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 18 Feb. 1765
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Samuel White to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 21 Feb. 1765
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Samuel Fitch to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 27 Feb. 1765
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John Banister to Robert Treat Paine, Newport, R.I., 27 Feb. 1765
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Joseph Blake to Robert Treat Paine, Hingham, 5 Mar. 1765
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Henry Quincy to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 6 Mar. 1765
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Edward Winslow to Robert Treat Paine, Plymouth, 6 Mar. 1765
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Robert Auchmuty to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 9 Mar. 1765
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Robert Auchmuty to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 15 Mar. 1765
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Samuel Fitch to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 28 Mar. 1765
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Richard Smith to Robert Treat Paine, Philadelphia, 3 Apr. 1765
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Robert Treat Paine to Rev. Caleb Upham, Barnstable, 5 Apr. 1765
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Henry Quincy to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 8 Apr. 1765
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Thomas Cranston to Robert Treat Paine, Newport, 22 Apr. 1765
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Robert Auchmuty to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 6 May 1765
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Jonathan Sewall to Robert Treat Paine, [13 May 1765]
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Barnabas Paine to Robert Treat Paine and Kenelm Winslow, Truro, 14 May 1765
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Gilbert Deblois to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 23 May 1765
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Samuel White to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 30 May 1765
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Gilbert Deblois to Robert Treat Paine, 5 June 1765
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Robert Treat Paine to Jonathan Ingham, Taunton, 12 June 1765
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Robert Treat Paine to David Hall, Taunton, 12 June 1765
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James Otis, Sr., to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 14 June 1765
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Samuel Quincy to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 8 July 1765
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Mary Nicholson to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 15 July 1765
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Samuel Gray to Robert Treat Paine, Windham, Conn., 29 July 1765
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Gilbert Deblois to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 15 Aug. 1765
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Gilbert Deblois to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 16 Aug. 1765
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Elisha Tobey to Robert Treat Paine, Dartmouth, 19 Aug. 1765
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James Honyman to Robert Treat Paine, Newport, R.I., 4 Sep. 1765
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Nathaniel Ray Thomas to Robert Treat Paine, Mashpee, 10 Sep. 1765
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Daniel Farnham to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 14 Sep. 1765
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Gilbert Deblois to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 20 Sep. 1765
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Jonathan Sewall to John Adams, Charlestown, 5 Oct. 1765
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Richard Smith to Robert Treat Paine, Philadelphia, 25 Oct. 1765
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Richard Smith to Robert Treat Paine, Philadelphia, 26 Oct. 1765
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Gilbert Deblois to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 30 Oct. 1765 [#1]
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Gilbert Deblois to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 30 Oct. 1765 [#2]
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Gilbert Deblois to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 5 Nov. 1765
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Gilbert Deblois to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 19 Nov. 1765
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Reuben Folger to Robert Treat Paine, Nantucket, 26 Nov. 1765
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Robert Crooke to Ratcliffe Hellon, Newport, R.I., 3 Dec. 1765
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Gilbert Deblois to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 20 Dec. 1765
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Henry Marchant to Robert Treat Paine, Newport, R.I., 24 Dec. 1765

Correspondence, 1766-1775

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Joseph Otis to Robert Treat Paine, Barnstable, 10 Jan. 1766
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Gilbert Deblois to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 31 Jan. 1766
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Samuel Quincy to Robert Treat Paine, 13 Mar. 1766
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Gilbert Deblois to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 4 Mar. 1766
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Gilbert Deblois to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 12 Mar. 1766
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Gilbert Deblois to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 31 Mar. 1766
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Peter Thacher to Robert Treat Paine, Attleboro, 4 Apr. 1766
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Edward Payne to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 11 Apr. 1766
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Thomas Clapp to Robert Treat Paine, Scituate, 29 Apr. 1766
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Robert Treat Paine to Samuel Quincy, 6 May 1766
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Thomas Smith to Robert Treat Paine, Falmouth, 4 May 1766
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Samuel Fitch to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 8 May 1766
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Edmund Williams to Robert Treat Paine, Raynham, 9 June 1766
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Ratcliffe Hellon to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, [after 10 July 1766]
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William Molineux to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 30 July 1766
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James Warren to Robert Treat Paine, Plymouth, 8 Aug. 1766
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James Otis, Jr., to Robert Treat Paine, 14 Aug. 1766
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Robert Auchmuty to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 18 Aug. 1766
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Robert Gould to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 12 Sep. 1766
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Gilbert Deblois to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 7 Oct. 1766
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James Otis, Sr., to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 13 Oct. 1766
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Samuel Gray to Robert Treat Paine, Windham, Conn., 18 Nov. 1766
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Gilbert Deblois to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 24 Nov. 1766
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Thomas Hutchinson to Robert Treat Paine, Milton, 29 Nov. 1766
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Samuel White to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 4 Dec. 1766
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Robert Treat Paine to Turtle & Dove, 28 Nov. 1766
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James Otis, Sr., to Robert Treat Paine, Barnstable, 8 Dec. 1766
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Gilbert Deblois to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 12 Dec. 1766
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Gilbert Deblois to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 26 Dec. 1766
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Benjamin Davis to Robert Treat Paine, Dighton, [1767?]
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Robert Treat Paine to Eunice Paine, Taunton, 5 Jan. 1767
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Gilbert Deblois to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 6 Jan. 1767
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Gilbert Deblois to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 8 Jan. 1767
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Robert Treat Paine to John Lathrop, Taunton, 19 Jan. 1767
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John Lathrop to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 22 Jan. 1767
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John and Jonathan Amory to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 27 Jan. 1767
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Foster Hutchinson to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 30 Jan. 1767
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Roland Cotton to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 6 Feb. 1767
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Robert Treat Paine to Eunice Paine, Taunton, 25 Feb. 1767
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Apollos Leonard to Robert Treat Paine, Taunton, 25 Feb. 1767
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Samuel Eliot to Robert Treat Paine, 26 Feb. 1767
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Robert Treat Paine to Apollos Leonard, 2 Mar. 1767
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Samuel Quincy to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 3 Mar. 1767
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David Cobb to Robert Treat Paine, Andover, 13 Mar. 1767
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Daniel Hathway to Robert Treat Paine, Dartmouth, 16 Mar. 1767
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Gilbert Deblois to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 31 Mar. 1767
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James Athearn to Robert Treat Paine, Martha's Vineyard, 27 Apr. 1767
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William Coffin, Jr., to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 7 May 1767
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Benjamin Bangs to Robert Treat Paine, Harwich, 11 May 1767
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Samuel Fitch to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 14 May 1767
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Robert Treat Paine to [?], Taunton, 18 May 1767
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Jonathan Sewall to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 25 May 1767
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Samuel Quincy to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 27 May 1767
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Thomas Hutchinson to Robert Treat Paine, Milton, 3 June 1767
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Benjamin and Edward Davis to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 6 June 1767
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Apollos Leonard to Robert Treat Paine, Taunton, 15 June 1767
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Benjamin and Edward Davis to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 17 June 1767
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Edward Blanchard to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 26 June 1767
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Ezra Taylor to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 3 July 1767
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Daniel Hathway to Robert Treat Paine, Dartmouth, 10 July 1767
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Eunice Paine to Robert Treat Paine, Watertown, 23 July 1767
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Benjamin and Edward Davis to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 1 Aug. 1767
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Edmund Quincy, 3d, to Robert Treat Paine, Stoughtonham, 4 Aug. 1767
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Robert Gibbs to Robert Treat Paine, Providence, R.I., 12 Sep. 1767
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Andrew Oliver, Jr., to Robert Treat Paine, Salem, 17 Sep. 1767
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Henry Marchant to Robert Treat Paine, Newport, 22 Sep. 1767
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William Palmer to Robert Treat Paine, Freetown, 26 Oct. 1767
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Edward Winslow to Robert Treat Paine, Plymouth, 30 Oct. 1767
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Andrew Oliver, Jr., to Robert Treat Paine, Salem, 3 Nov. 1767
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Henry Lloyd to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 15 Dec. 1767
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John Merrett to Robert Treat Paine, Providence, R.I., 15 Jan. 1768
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Robert Treat Paine to Eunice Paine, 17 Jan. 1768
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William Read to Robert Treat Paine, Newport, R.I., 18 Jan. 1768
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James Keith to Robert Treat Paine, 23 Jan. 1768
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Nathaniel Fisher to Robert Treat Paine, Dighton, 26 Jan. 1768
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Eunice Paine to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 9 Jan. 1768
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Robert Treat Paine to James Putnam, 1 Feb. 1768
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Thomas Torrey to Robert Treat Paine, Plymouth, 9 Feb. 1768
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Henry Marchant to Robert Treat Paine, Newport, R.I., 10 Feb. 1768
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Samuel Fayerweather to Robert Treat Paine, Narragansett, 16 Feb. 1768
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James Otis, Jr., to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 12 Mar. 1768
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Andrew Oliver, Jr., to Robert Treat Paine, Salem, 21 Mar. 1768
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Nathaniel Appleton, Jr., to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 25 Mar. 1768
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Elisha Hutchinson to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 6 Apr. 1768
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Robert Auchmuty to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 6 Apr. 1768
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Gilbert Deblois to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 14 Apr. 1768
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Joseph Greenleaf to Robert Treat Paine, Abington, 16 Apr. 1768
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Gilbert Deblois to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 26 Apr. 1768
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Shearjashub Bourne to Robert Treat Paine, Barnstable, 30 June 1768
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Samuel Fitch to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 27 Aug. 1768
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John Merrett to Robert Treat Paine, Providence, R.I., 27 Sep. 1768
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William Molineux to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 4 Oct. 1768
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Thomas Robinson to Robert Treat Paine, Newport, R.I., 4 Nov. 1768
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James Otis, Sr., to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 26 Nov. 1768
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Oliver Arnold to Robert Treat Paine, Providence, 28 Nov. 1768
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Joseph Greenleaf to Robert Treat Paine, Abington, 5 Dec. 1768
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Thomas Gray to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 10 Dec. 1768
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Thomas Gray to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 15 Dec. 1768
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James Otis, Sr., to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 15 Dec. 1768
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Henry Laughton to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 19 Dec. 1768
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Thomas Gray to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 30 Dec. 1768
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Samuel Sprague to Robert Treat Paine, Rockn., 10 Jan. 1769
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Thomas Brown to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 10 Feb. 1769
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Benjamin and Edward Davis to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 14 Feb. 1769
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James Otis, Sr., to Robert Treat Paine, Barnstable, 9 Mar. 1769
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John Borland to Robert Treat Paine, Cambridge, 23 Mar. 1769
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Ezra Richmond to Robert Treat Paine, 29 Mar. 1769
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Benjamin Bangs to Robert Treat Paine, Harwich, 4 Apr. 1769
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Elnathan Eldridge to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 5 Apr. 1769
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Eunice Paine to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 8 Apr. 1769
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Edward Blanchard to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 17 May 1769
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James Otis, Sr., to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 3 June 1769
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Robert Treat Paine to Samuel Huntington, Boston, 7 June 1769
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Falstaff to Robert Treat Paine, Gad's Hill, 7 June 1769
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John and Jonathan Amory to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 29 June 1769
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Eunice Paine to Robert Treat Paine, 21 July 1769
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Henry Quincy to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 11 Aug. 1769
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Henry Quincy to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 21 Aug. 1769
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Samuel Fayerweather to Robert Treat Paine, Sep. 1769
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William Taylor to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 21 Sep. 1769
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Gregory Townsend to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 25 Sep. 1769
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John Gould to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 26 Sep. 1769
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Eunice Paine to Robert Treat Paine, Abington, 3 Oct. 1769
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Robert Gould to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 5 Oct. 1769
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Thomas Shearman to Robert Treat Paine, Dartmouth, 11 Oct. 1769 [postscript: Benjamin Akin to Robert Treat Paine, Taunton, 10 Feb. 1769]
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Henry Laughton to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 16 Oct. 1769
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Samuel Chase to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 19 Nov. 1769
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Henry Laughton to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 20 Nov. 1769
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Ann Maylem to Robert Treat Paine, Newport, 22 Nov. 1769
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John Gould to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 22 Nov. 1769
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Edmund Quincy to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 24 Nov. 1769
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Daniel Howard to Robert Treat Paine, Bridgewater, 25 Nov. 1769
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Joseph Otis to Robert Treat Paine, Barnstable, 1 Dec. 1769
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Eunice Paine to Robert Treat Paine, Germantown, 6 Dec. 1769
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John Singleton Copley to Robert Treat Paine, [1770?]
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Joseph Otis to Robert Treat Paine, Barnstable, 10 Jan. 1770 and 12 Feb. 1770
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Robert Treat Paine to Samuel Eliot, Boston, 12 Jan. 1770
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Samuel Eliot to Robert Treat Paine, London, 31 Jan. 1770
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Samuel Huntington to Robert Treat Paine, Norwich, Conn., 9 Feb. 1770
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Eunice Paine to Robert Treat Paine, Mar. 1770
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John Adams to Robert Treat Paine, 1 Mar. 1770
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Robert Treat Paine to Miss F., [1 Mar. 1770]
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Edward Thurston, Jr., to Robert Treat Paine, Newport, R.I., 5 Mar. 1770
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John Freebody, Jr., to Robert Treat Paine, Taunton, 6 Mar. 1770
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Samuel Freebody to Robert Treat Paine, Newport, R.I., 5 Mar. 1770
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William Molineux to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 9 Mar. 1770
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Samuel Freebody to Robert Treat Paine, Newport, R.I., 9 Mar. 1770
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Mathew Robinson to Robert Treat Paine, South Kingston, R.I., 13 Mar. 1770
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Gilbert Deblois to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 30 Mar. 1770
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John Sprague to Robert Treat Paine, 9 Apr. 1770
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Samuel Dexter to Robert Treat Paine, Cambridge, 17 Apr. 1770
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Thomas Gray to Robert Treat Paine, 17 Apr. 1770
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Samuel Gray to Robert Treat Paine, Windham, Conn., 1 May 1770
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Daniel Hathway to Robert Treat Paine, Dartmouth, 7 May 1770
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Samuel Fayerweather to Robert Treat Paine, South Kingston, R.I., 11 May 1770
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Thomas Gray to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 14 May 1770
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Robert Treat Paine to Eunice Paine, Plymouth, 17 May 1770
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David Lowell to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 16 July 1770
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John Cotton to Robert Treat Paine, Plymouth, 20 July 1770
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William Phillips to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 14 Aug. 1770
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Abigail Tailor to Robert Treat Paine, Taunton, 5 Sep. 1770
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Henry Laughton to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 10 Sep. 1770
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Thomas Rumreill to Robert Treat Paine, Newport, R.I., 26 Sep. 1770
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Charles Stockbridge to Robert Treat Paine, Scituate, 1 Oct. 1770
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Thomas Gray to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 2 Oct. 1770
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Eunice Paine to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 29 Oct. 1770
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William Cooper to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 10 Nov. 1770
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Samuel Fayerweather to Robert Treat Paine, Narragansett, 8 Dec. 1770
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Samuel Quincy to Robert Treat Paine, 16 Dec. 1770
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Sampson Blowers to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 30 Dec. 1770
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Peter Oliver to Robert Treat Paine, Middleboro, 3 Jan. 1771
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Robert Treat Paine to Sampson S. Blowers, Taunton, 7 Jan. 1771
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Gregory Townsend to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 1 Feb. 1771
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Sally Cobb Paine to Robert Treat Paine, Taunton, 6 Mar. 1771
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Timothy Kenny to Robert Treat Paine, Stoughton, 11 Mar. 1771
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Samuel Fitch to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 22 Mar. 1771
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Grizzell Apthorp to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 26 Mar. 1771
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Robert Treat Paine to Mr. Fales, Apr. 1771
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Gregory Townsend to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 10 Apr. 1771
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William Brattle to Robert Treat Paine, Cambridge, 22 Apr. 1771
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Thomas Gray to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 15 May 1771
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Sylvester Gardiner to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 1 June 1771
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Pelham Winslow to Robert Treat Paine, Plymouth, 10 June 1771
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Ephraim Keith, Jr., to Robert Treat Paine, Bridgewater, 5 July 1771
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Paul Mumford and Rachel Maylem to Robert Treat Paine, Newport, R.I., 6 July 1771
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Josiah Brackett to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 17 July 1771
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Sally Cobb Paine to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 13 Sep. 1771
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Eunice Paine to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 25 Sep. 1771
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Joseph Greenleaf to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 1 Oct. 1771
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Joseph Tyler to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 3 Oct. 1771
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Eunice Paine to Robert Treat Paine, Germantown, 5 Oct. 1771
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Henry Pelham to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 10 Oct. 1771
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Samuel Fitch to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 20 Nov. 1771
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Sally Cobb Paine to Robert Treat Paine, Taunton, 4 Dec. 1771
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James Warren to Robert Treat Paine, Plymouth, 12 Feb. 1772
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John Singleton Copley to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 21 Feb. 1772
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John Singleton Copley to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 22 Feb. 1772
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Eunice Paine to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 2 Mar. 1772
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Eunice Paine to Robert Treat Paine, Braintree, 28 Mar. 1772
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Josiah Brackett to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, Apr. 1772
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Samuel Quincy to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 15 Apr. 1772
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Peter Mumford to Robert Treat Paine, Newport, R.I., 7 May 1772
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James Flagg to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 11 May 1772
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Joseph Tillinghast to Robert Treat Paine, Newport, R.I., 2 June 1772
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Eunice Paine to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 17 July 1772
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James Flagg to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 7 Aug. 1772
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Edmund Trowbridge to Robert Treat Paine, 6 Aug. 1772
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Eunice Paine to Robert Treat Paine, Watertown, 20 Aug. 1772
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Samuel Gray to Robert Treat Paine, Windham, Conn., 26 Oct. 1772
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Thomas Fletcher to Robert Treat Paine, 13 Jan. 1773
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Sally Cobb Paine to Robert Treat Paine, Taunton, 18 Jan. 1773
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Edmund Hawes to Robert Treat Paine, Barnstable, 23 Feb. 1773
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Sampson S. Blowers to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 31 Mar. 1773
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Edmund Hawes to Robert Treat Paine, Barnstable, 12 Apr. 1773
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Francis Rotch to Robert Treat Paine, Bedford, 26 Apr. 1773
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Pelham Winslow to Robert Treat Paine, Plymouth, 2 Aug. 1773
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John Borland to Robert Treat Paine, Cambridge, 10 Sep. 1773 [encloses part of will of Francis Borland]
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William Greenleaf to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 3 Nov. 1773
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Thomas Apthorp to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 12 Nov. 1773
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Robert Treat Paine to Henry Stevenson, [1774?]
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Joseph Otis to Robert Treat Paine, Barnstable, 26 Jan. 1774
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Sally Cobb Paine to Robert Treat Paine, Taunton, 11 Feb. 1774
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Sally Cobb Paine to Robert Treat Paine, Taunton, 28 Feb. 1774
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John Adams to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 9 Apr. 1774
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Benjamin Kent to Robert Treat Paine, Plymouth, 14 Apr. 1774
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Melatiah Bourn to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 20 Apr. 1774
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William Pynchon to Robert Treat Paine, Salem, 28 May 1774
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Eunice Paine to Robert Treat Paine, Newton, 6 June 1774
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Sampson Stoddard to Robert Treat Paine, Chelmsford, 6 June 1774
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John Weston to Robert Treat Paine, Middleboro, 14 June 1774
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Eunice Paine to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 17 June 1774
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Perez Morton to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 7 July 1774
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Otho Robicheaux to Robert Treat Paine, Cambridge, 12 July 1774
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Joseph Greenleaf to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 27 July 1774
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Joseph Greenleaf to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 4 Aug. 1774
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Joseph Greenleaf to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 13 Sep. 1774
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Benjamin Kent to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 15 Sep. 1774
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Joseph Palmer to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 15 Sep. 1774
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Eunice Paine to Robert Treat Paine, Taunton, 16 Sep. 1774
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Sally Cobb Paine to Robert Treat Paine, Taunton, 16 Sep. 1774
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Joseph Greenleaf to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 27 Sep. 1774
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Eunice Paine to Robert Treat Paine, Taunton, 8 Oct. 1774
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Abigail Greenleaf to Robert Treat Paine, Taunton, 3 Oct. 1774
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Sally Cobb Paine to Robert Treat Paine, Taunton, 8 Oct. 1774
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Joseph Greenleaf to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 16 Oct. 1774
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Benjamin Kent to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 16 Oct. 1774
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Abigail Greenleaf to Robert Treat Paine, Taunton, 23 Oct. 1774
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Sally Cobb Paine to Robert Treat Paine, Taunton, 24 Oct. 1774
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Eunice Paine to Robert Treat Paine, Taunton, 28 Oct. 1774
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Joseph Greenleaf to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 4 Nov. 1774
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Benjamin Lincoln to Robert Treat Paine, Cambridge, 23 Nov. 1774
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Benjamin Akin to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 24 Nov. 1774
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Joseph Greenleaf to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 1 Dec. 1774
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Abigail Greenleaf to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 6 Dec. 1774
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Stephen Collins to Robert Treat Paine, Philadelphia, 14 Jan. 1775
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Robert Treat Paine to Stephen Collins, Taunton, 26 Feb. 1775
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Eunice Paine to Robert Treat Paine, Germantown, 20 Mar. 1775
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David Cobb to Robert Treat Paine, Taunton, 4 Apr. 1775
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David Cobb to Robert Treat Paine, Taunton, 9 Apr. 1775
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Sally Cobb Paine to Robert Treat Paine, Taunton, 9 Apr. 1775
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Joseph Greenleaf to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 10 Apr. 1775
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Joseph Greenleaf to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 16 Apr. 1775
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Thomas Cushing to Robert Treat Paine, Roxbury, 17 Apr. 1775
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William Baylies to Robert Treat Paine, Dighton, 22 Apr. 1775
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Eunice Paine to Robert Treat Paine, Taunton, 9 May 1775
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Sally Cobb Paine to Robert Treat Paine, Taunton, 11 May 1775
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Joseph Greenleaf to Robert Treat Paine, Taunton, 12 May 1775
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Abigail Paine Greenleaf to Robert Treat Paine, Taunton, 12 May 1775
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David Cobb to Robert Treat Paine, Taunton, 12 May 1775
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Sally Cobb Paine to Robert Treat Paine, Taunton, 21 May 1775
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Abigail Paine Greenleaf to Robert Treat Paine, Taunton, 21 May 1775
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Alexander McDougal to Robert Treat Paine, New York, 5 June 1775
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Joseph Hawley to Robert Treat Paine, Watertown, 11 June 1775
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Abigail Paine Greenleaf to Robert Treat Paine, Taunton, July 1775
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Sally Cobb Paine to Robert Treat Paine, Taunton, 12 July 1775
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Abigail Greenleaf to Robert Treat Paine, Taunton, 14 July 1775
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David Cobb to Robert Treat Paine, Taunton, 15 July 1775
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Eunice Paine to Robert Treat Paine, Taunton, 17 July 1775
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Benjamin Harrison to Gen. George Washington, Philadelphia, 21 July 1775 [copy]
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Joseph Greenleaf to Robert Treat Paine, Watertown, 21 July 1775
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John Adams to Abigail Adams, Philadelphia, 24 July 1775 [copy]
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John Adams to James Warren, Philadelphia, 24 July 1775 [copy]
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Samuel Eliot to Robert Treat Paine, Haverhill, 25 July 1775
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James Warren to Robert Treat Paine, Watertown, 7 Aug. 1775
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Perez Morton to Robert Treat Paine, Council Chamber in Watertown, 12 Aug. 1775
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Apollos Leonard to Robert Treat Paine, Cambridge, 22 Aug. 1775
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Sally Cobb Paine to Robert Treat Paine, Taunton, 17 Sep. 1775
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Sally Cobb Paine to Robert Treat Paine, Taunton, 1 Oct. 1775
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Elbridge Gerry to Robert Treat Paine, Watertown, 1 Oct. 1775
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Elbridge Gerry to Robert Treat Paine, Watertown, 3 Oct. 1775
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William Whiting to Robert Treat Paine, Watertown, 6 Oct. 1775
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David Cobb to Robert Treat Paine, Taunton, 10 Oct. 1775
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Abigail Greenleaf to Robert Treat Paine, Taunton, 14 Oct. 1775
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Thomas Greenleaf to Robert Treat Paine, Providence, R.I., 15 Oct. 1775
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Joseph Greenleaf to Robert Treat Paine, Watertown, 17 Oct. 1775
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Sally Cobb Paine to Robert Treat Paine, Taunton, 17 Oct. 1775
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Perez Morton to Robert Treat Paine, Council Chamber, Watertown, 28 Oct. 1775
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Joseph Palmer to Robert Treat Paine, Watertown, 1 Nov. 1775
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Sally Cobb Paine to Robert Treat Paine, Taunton, 10 Nov. 1775
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Joseph Hawley to Robert Treat Paine, Watertown, 12 Nov. 1775
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David Cobb to Robert Treat Paine, Watertown, 19 Nov. 1775
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Thomas Cushing to Robert Treat Paine, Philadelphia, 19 Dec. 1775
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Robert R. Livingston to Robert Treat Paine and John Langdon, Clare Mount, N.Y., 19 Dec. 1775

Correspondence, 1776-1784

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Robert Treat Paine to John Beale Bordley, Queen Ann's Co., Md., [1776?]
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Robert Treat Paine to James Warren, Philadelphia, 1 Jan. 1776
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Robert Treat Paine to Joseph Hawley, Philadelphia, 1 Jan. 1776
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Robert Treat Paine to Joseph Palmer, Philadelphia, 1 Jan. 1776
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Robert Treat Paine to the Massachusetts Council, Philadelphia, 1 Jan. 1776
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Sally Cobb Paine to Robert Treat Paine, Taunton, 21 Jan. 1776
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Joseph Greenleaf to Robert Treat Paine, Taunton, 22 Jan. 1776
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Abigail Paine Greenleaf to Robert Treat Paine, Taunton, 22 Jan. 1776
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Perez Morton to Robert Treat Paine, Council Chamber, 22 Jan. 1776
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Philip Schuyler to Robert Treat Paine, Albany, N.Y., 24 Jan. 1776
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Joseph Palmer to Robert Treat Paine, Watertown, 24 Jan. 1776
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Joseph Palmer to Robert Treat Paine, Watertown, 31 Jan. 1776
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Robert Treat Paine to Robert R. Livingston, Philadelphia, 26 Jan. 1776
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Moses Gill to Robert Treat Paine, Watertown, 7 Feb. 1776
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David Cobb to Robert Treat Paine, Bristol, 11 Feb. 1776
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Thomas Cushing to Robert Treat Paine, Watertown, 13 Feb. 1776
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Joseph Hawley to Robert Treat Paine, Watertown, 17 Feb. 1776
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Joseph Palmer to John Hancock, Watertown, 24 Feb. 1776
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Abigail Paine Greenleaf to Robert Treat Paine, Taunton, 26 Feb. 1776
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Robert R. Livingston to Robert Treat Paine, Clare Mount, N.Y., 26 Feb. 1776
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Sally Cobb Paine to Robert Treat Paine, Taunton, 26 Feb. 1776
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Thomas Cushing to Robert Treat Paine, Watertown, 29 Feb. 1776
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Robert R. Livingston to Robert Treat Paine, Clare Mount, N.Y., 6 Mar. 1776
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Robert Treat Paine to Abraham Hunt, Philadelphia, 9 Mar. 1776
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Robert Treat Paine to Benjamin Yard, Philadelphia, 9 Mar. 1776
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Abraham Hunt to Robert Treat Paine, Trenton, N.J., 12 Mar. 1776
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Thomas Cushing to Robert Treat Paine, Watertown, 18 Mar. 1776
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Francis Lewis to William Livingston, N.Y., 20 Mar. 1776 [enclosed in William Livingston to Robert Treat Paine, 27 Dec. 1776]
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Abigail Paine Greenleaf to Robert Treat Paine, Taunton, 25 Mar. 1776
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Joseph Greenleaf to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 27 Mar. 1776
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William Livingston to Robert Treat Paine, Elizabeth Town, N.J., 27 Dec. 1776 [encloses Francis Lewis to William Livingston, 20 Mar. 1776]
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Robert Treat Paine, circular to encourage the making of Salt petre, Philadelphia, 4 Apr. 1776
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William Whiting to Robert Treat Paine, Watertown, 10 Apr. 1776
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Robert Treat Paine to Council and House of Representative of Mass., Philadelphia, 15 Apr. 1776
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Owen Biddle to Robert Treat Paine, 20 Apr. 1776
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Thomas Cushing to Robert Treat Paine, Watertown, 22 Apr. 1776
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Joseph Greenleaf to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 24 Apr. 1776
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Abigail Paine Greenleaf to Robert Treat Paine, Taunton, 25 Apr. 1776
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Thomas Cushing to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 26 Apr. 1776
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Sally Cobb Paine to Robert Treat Paine, Taunton, 1 May 1776
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Thomas Cobb to Robert Treat Paine, Taunton, 3 May 1776
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Sally Cobb Paine to Robert Treat Paine, Taunton, 12 May 1776
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David Cobb to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 17 May 1776
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Mark Bird to Robert Treat Paine, Reading, Pa., 18 May 1776
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Francis Lewis to Robert Treat Paine, N.Y., 20 May 1776 [with enclosure]
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David Cobb to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 20 May 1776
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Daniel Joy to Robert Treat Paine for the "Honble. Committe of Congress for Cannon, Reading," Pa., 22 May 1776
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David Cobb to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 27 May 1776
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Robert Treat Paine to Henry Knox, Philadelphia, 31 May 1776
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Sally Cobb Paine to Robert Treat Paine, Taunton, 4 June 1776
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Samuel Eliot to Robert Treat Paine, Haverhill, 2 June 1776
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Anthony Mosengeil to Robert Treat Paine, Rariton Smelting House, 6 June 1776
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Charles Thomson, Jr., extract from the minutes in Congress, 7 June 1776
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Robert Treat Paine to John Griffiths and Samuel Patrick, Philadelphia, 8 June 1776
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Thomas Cushing to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 10 June 1776
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John Griffiths to Robert Treat Paine, N.Y., 10 June 1776
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Henry Knox to Robert Treat Paine, N.Y., 10 June 1776
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David Cobb to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 10 June 1776
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Isaac Foster, Jr., to Robert Treat Paine, N.Y., 14 June 1776
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Sally Cobb Paine to Robert Treat Paine, Taunton, 16 June 1776
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David Cobb to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 17 June 1776
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Anthony Mosengeil to Robert Treat Paine, Rariton Smelting House, 18 June 1776
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Samuel Patrick to Robert Treat Paine, Orange Furnace, 20 June 1776
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John Griffiths to Robert Treat Paine, N.Y., 22 June 1776
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John Griffiths to Robert Treat Paine, 22 June 1776
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Henry Knox to Robert Treat Paine, N.Y., 24 June 1776
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Henry Knox to Robert Treat Paine, N.Y., 29 June 1776
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Henry Knox to Robert Treat Paine, N.Y., 13 July 1776
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Joshua Howell to Robert Treat Paine, 5 July 1776
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Anthony Mosengeil to Robert Treat Paine, New Brunswick, N.J., 5 July 1776
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Joshua Green to Robert Treat Paine, Westfield, 8 July 1776
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Joshua Howell to Robert Treat Paine, Philadelphia, 10 July 1776
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Abigail Greenleaf to Robert Treat Paine, Taunton, 14 July 1776
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David Cobb to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 15 July 1776
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Abigail Greenleaf to Robert Treat Paine, Taunton, 17 July 1776
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Sally Cobb Paine to Robert Treat Paine, Taunton, 17 July 1776
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Henry Knox to Robert Treat Paine, N.Y., 19 July 1776
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David Cobb to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 22 July 1776
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Robert Treat Paine to Henry Knox, Philadelphia, 27 July 1776
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David Cobb to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 29 July 1776
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Thomas Cushing to Robert Treat Paine, Newburyport, 30 July 1776
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Henry Knox to Robert Treat Paine, N.Y., 2 Aug. 1776
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Henry Knox to Robert Treat Paine, N.Y., 3 Aug. 1776
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David Cobb to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 5 Aug. 1776
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Ezekiel Price to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 8 Aug. 1776
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George Howard to Robert Treat Paine and William Floyd, New Brunswick, N.J., 9 Aug. 1776
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Sally Cobb Paine to Robert Treat Paine, Taunton, 18 Aug. 1776
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Thomas Cushing to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 19 Aug. 1776
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Daniel and Samuel Hughes to Robert Treat Paine, Antietam Furnace, Md., 19 Aug. 1776
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David Cobb to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 19 Aug. 1776
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Anthony Mosengeil to Robert Treat Paine, New Brunswick, N.J., 21 Aug. 1776
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Robert Treat Paine to Henry Knox, Philadelphia, 22 Aug. 1776
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Robert Treat Paine to Samuel and Daniel Hughes, Philadelphia, 24 Aug. 1776 [on verso is same, Oct. 1776]
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Henry Knox to Robert Treat Paine, N.Y., 26 Aug. 1776
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David Cobb to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 26 Aug. 1776
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James Byers to Robert Treat Paine, N.Y., 28 Aug. 1776
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Anthony Mosengeil to Robert Treat Paine, Princeton, N.J., 1 Sep. 1776
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Joseph Greenleaf to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 8 Sep. 1776
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Thomas Cushing to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 9 Sep. 1776
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David Cobb to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 9 Sep. 1776
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Thomas Johnson, Sr., to Robert Treat Paine, Annapolis, Md., 10 Sep. 1776
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Daniel Joy to Robert Treat Paine, Reading Furnace, Pa., 10 Sep. 1776
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Samuel Phillips, Jr., to Robert Treat Paine, Watertown, 11 Sep. 1776
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Abigail Greenleaf to Robert Treat Paine, Taunton, 12 Sep. 1776
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Joseph Greenleaf to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 15 Sep. 1776
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Robert Treat Paine to Peter Grubb, Philadelphia, 18 Sep. 1776
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Robert Treat Paine to Col. Curtis Grubb, Philadelphia, 20 Sep. 1776
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Robert Treat Paine to Gov. Jonathan Trumbull of Conn., Philadelphia, 20 Sep. 1776 [with same, 25 Oct. 1776]
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Daniel Joy to Robert Treat Paine, Warwick-Furnace, 24 Sep. 1776
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Henry Knox to Robert Treat Paine, Mount Washington, 25 Sep. 1776
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Sally Cobb Paine to Robert Treat Paine, Taunton, 26 Sep. 1776
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Clement Biddle to Robert Treat Paine, Camp at Fort Constitution, 26 Sep. 1776
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Robert Treat Paine to Samuel and Daniel Hughes, Antietam Furnace, Md., Oct. 1776 [on verso of same, 24 Aug. 1776]
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William Henry to Robert Treat Paine, Lancaster, Pa., 1 Oct. 1776
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Richard Stockton to Robert Treat Paine, Morven, 1 Oct. 1776
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Lemuel Cox to Robert Treat Paine, Exeter, N.H., 8 Oct. 1776
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Morgan Busteed to Thomas Johnson, Cornwall Furnace, 8 Oct. 1776
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Gov. Jonathan Trumbull of Conn. to Robert Treat Paine, New Haven, Conn., 15 Oct. 1776
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Daniel Joy to Robert Treat Paine, Reading Furnace, Pa., 15 Oct. 1776
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Joseph Palmer to Robert Treat Paine, Watertown, 21 Oct. 1776
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Sally Cobb Paine to Robert Treat Paine, Taunton, 23 Oct. 1776
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Robert Treat Paine to Gov. Jonathan Trumbull of Conn., Philadelphia, 25 Oct. 1776 [filed with same, 20 Sep. 1776]
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Samuel A. Otis to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 28 Oct. 1776
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Robert Treat Paine to James Byers, Philadelphia, 3 Nov. 1776 [with same, 22 Nov. 1776]
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Sally Cobb Paine to Robert Treat Paine, Taunton, 3 Nov. 1776
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Sally Cobb Paine to Robert Treat Paine, Taunton, 10 Nov. 1776
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Daniel and Samuel Hughes to Robert Treat Paine, Stephen Hopkins, Samuel Chase, and William Whipple [Cannon Committee], Antietam, Md., 12 Nov. 1776
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Joshua Porter to Robert Treat Paine, Salisbury, [Conn.?], 12 Nov. 1776
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Hugh Orr to Robert Treat Paine, Bridgewater, 14 Nov. 1776
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Joseph Hawley to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 14 Nov. 1776
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Sally Cobb Paine to Robert Treat Paine, Taunton, 14 Nov. 1776
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Benjamin Kent to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 18 Nov. 1776
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Thomas Cushing to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 18 Nov. 1776
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Robert Treat Paine to Daniel and Samuel Hughes, Philadelphia, 20 Nov. 1776 [with same, 7 Dec. 1776]
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Robert Treat Paine to James Byers, Philadelphia, 22 Nov. 1776 [with same, 3 Nov. 1776]
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Robert Treat Paine to [?] "as to a purchase of copper," Philadelphia, 22 Nov. 1776
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David Cobb to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 23 Nov. 1776
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Gov. Nicholas Cooke of R.I. to Robert Treat Paine, Providence, R.I., 25 Nov. 1776
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Daniel and Samuel Hughes to Robert Treat Paine, Antietam Furnace, Md., 25 Nov. 1776
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Robert Treat Paine to Samuel and Robert Purviance, letter of credit for agent of Mass. Bay, Philadelphia, 5 Dec. 1776
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Robert Treat Paine to David Cobb, Philadelphia, 6 Dec. 1776
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Robert Treat Paine to Daniel and Samuel Hughes, Philadelphia, 7 Dec. 1776 [with same, 20 Nov. 1776]
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Enos Dean to Robert Treat Paine, Taunton, 1777
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John Avery to Robert Treat Paine, Council Chamber, 2 Jan. 1777 [enclosure: committee report, 2 Jan. 1777]
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Eunice Paine to Robert Treat Paine, Germantown, 5 Jan. 1777
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John Hancock to Robert Treat Paine, Baltimore, 13 Jan. 1777
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John Brown and Thomas Greene to Robert Treat Paine, Providence, R.I., 7 Feb. 1777
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Sally Cobb Paine to Robert Treat Paine, Taunton, 17 Jan. 1777
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John Hancock to Robert Treat Paine, Baltimore, 9 Feb. 1777
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Capt. John Grannis, et al., to Robert Treat Paine, on board the ship Warren, 11 Feb. 1777
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Elbridge Gerry to Robert Treat Paine, Baltimore, 14 Feb. 1777
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John Hancock to Robert Treat Paine, in Congress, 7 Feb. 1777
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John Hancock to Robert Treat Paine, Baltimore, 16 Feb. 1777
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Robert Treat Paine to William Baylies, Taunton, 3 Mar. 1777
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William Baylies to Robert Treat Paine, Dighton, 6 Mar. 1777
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Richard Gridley to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 13 Mar. 1777
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John Wilcocks to Robert Treat Paine, Philadelphia, 13 Mar. 1777
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Ephraim Keith, Jr., to Robert Treat Paine, Bridgewater, 14 Mar. 1777
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Owen Biddle to Robert Treat Paine, Philadelphia, 29 Mar. 1777
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John Brown to Robert Treat Paine, Providence, R.I., 25 Apr. 1777
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John Brown to Robert Treat Paine, Providence, R.I., 3 May 1777
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James Byers to Robert Treat Paine, Philadelphia, 7 May 1777 [with account]
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Robert Treat Paine to [?], "Negroes shipped on board Armed brige. Freedom," 8 May 1777
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Mary Greenleaf to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 8 May 1777
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Joseph Greenleaf to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 10 May 1777
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Robert Treat Paine to Jonathan Cobb, Boston, 29 May 1777
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Benjamin Church, Jr., to Robert Treat Paine, Boston Gaol, 2 July 1777
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Sally Cobb Paine to Robert Treat Paine, Taunton, 8 July 1777
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Joseph Nourse to Robert Treat Paine, War Office, 8 Aug. 1777 [with copy of Congress resolve, 23 July 1777]
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Nicholas Brown to Robert Treat Paine, Providence, R.I., 24 Aug. 1777
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Nicholas Brown to Robert Treat Paine, Providence, R.I., 1 Sep. 1777
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Nicholas Brown to Robert Treat Paine, Providence, R.I., 8 Sep. 1777
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Robert Treat Paine to Joseph Nourse, 8 Sep. 1777
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Roger Sherman to Robert Treat Paine, Hartford, Conn., 9 Sep. 1777
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Samuel Huntington to Robert Treat Paine, Hartford, Conn., 10 Sep. 1777
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Levi Lincoln to Robert Treat Paine, Worcester, 21 Sep. 1777
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Eunice Paine to Robert Treat Paine, Newton, 22 Sep. 1777
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James Lovell to Robert Treat Paine, Philadelphia, 24 Sep. 1777
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Sally Cobb Paine to Robert Treat Paine, Taunton, 28 Sep. 1777
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Solomon Alden to Robert Treat Paine, Taunton, 30 Sep. 1777
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Sally Cobb Paine to Robert Treat Paine, Taunton, 30 Sep. 1777
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James Lovell to Robert Treat Paine, York, Pa., 3 Oct. 1777
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George Washington to a member of Congress, copy of extracts, 5 Oct. 1777
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Samuel Huntington to Robert Treat Paine, Norwich, Conn., 6 Oct. 1777
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Elias Hasket Derby to Robert Treat Paine, Salem, 10 Oct. 1777
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Meshech Weare to Robert Treat Paine, Exeter, N.H., 11 Oct. 1777
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William Wetmore to Robert Treat Paine, Salem, 20 Oct. 1777
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Abigail Greenleaf to Robert Treat Paine, 22 Oct. 1777
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Abigail Greenleaf to Robert Treat Paine, 23 Oct. 1777
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Elbridge Gerry to Robert Treat Paine, York Town, Pa., 29 Oct. 1777
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Joshua Green to Robert Treat Paine, Westfield, 30 Oct. 1777
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Abigail Greenleaf to Robert Treat Paine, Taunton, 30 Oct. 1777
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Joseph Greenleaf to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 12 Nov. 1777
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Abigail Greenleaf to Robert Treat Paine, Taunton, 16 Nov. 1777
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Shearjashub Bourne to Robert Treat Paine, Portsmouth, N.H., 17 Nov. 1777
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Joseph Nourse to Robert Treat Paine, War Office, 29 Nov. 1777
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Henry Laurens to Robert Treat Paine, York Town, Pa., 15 Dec. 1777
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Archibald Campbell to Robert Treat Paine, Concord, 18 Dec. 1777 [enclosures: Heman Allen to Col. Archibald Campbell, Salisbury, 31 Oct. 1777; Elias Boudinot to Heman Allen, Camp Pennsylvania, 30 Sep. 1777]
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John Hinkley & Co. to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 24 Dec. 1777
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Abigail Greenleaf to Robert Treat Paine, [25] Dec. 1777
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William Whipple to Robert Treat Paine, Portsmouth, 5 Jan. 1778 [undated Robert Treat Paine response on verso]
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Seth Padelford to Robert Treat Paine, Taunton, 7 Jan. 1778
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John Avery to Robert Treat Paine, Council Chamber, 9 Jan. 1778
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Joseph Wheeler, Jonathan Ward, and Joseph Allen, Committee of the Court, to Robert Treat Paine, Worcester, 9 Jan. 1778
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Robert Treat Paine to Elbridge Gerry, New Haven, 26 Jan. 1778
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Oliver Ellsworth to Robert Treat Paine, Hartford, 29 Jan. 1778
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Robert Treat Paine to Titus Hosmer, Providence, Feb. 1778
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John Amory to Robert Treat Paine, Providence, R.I., 12 Feb. 1778
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Eunice Paine to Robert Treat Paine, Germantown, 14 Feb. 1778
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George Godfrey to Robert Treat Paine, Taunton, 14 Feb. 1778
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Joseph Palmer to Robert Treat Paine, Germantown, 18 Feb. 1778
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Roger Sherman to Robert Treat Paine, Hartford, Conn., 27 Feb. 1778
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Jeremiah Powell to Robert Treat Paine, Council Chamber, Boston, 10 Mar. 1778
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Sally Cobb Paine to Robert Treat Paine, Taunton, 18 Mar. 1778
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Elbridge Gerry to Robert Treat Paine, York, Pa., 27 Mar. 1778 [enclosure: Charles Thomson, in Congress, 27 Mar. 1778, with resolve]
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Robert Treat Paine to Elbridge Gerry, Providence, R.I., 27 Mar. 1778
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Robert Treat Paine to Henry Laurens, Providence, 27 Mar. 1778
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Samuel Phillips Savage to Robert Treat Paine, War Office, 10 Apr. 1778
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Ephraim Bowen to Robert Treat Paine, Providence, 16 May 1778
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Robert Treat Paine to George Phillips, Scituate, 24 May 1778
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Elbridge Gerry to Robert Treat Paine, York Town, Pa., 25 May 1778
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Joseph Greenleaf to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 28 May 1778
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Stephen Minot to Robert Treat Paine, Marlborough, 24 June 1778
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Enoch Freeman to the justices of the Superior Court, Falmouth, 18 Aug. 1778
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[J. H. Man?] to Robert Treat Paine, Machias, 19 Aug. 1778
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John Cushing to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 22 Aug. 1778
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Shearjashub Bourne to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 10 Sep. 1778
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Henry Marchant to Robert Treat Paine, Philadelphia, 19 Sep. 1778
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Moses Gill to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 26 Sep. 1778
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Jonathan Payson to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 26 Sep. 1778
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John Adams to Robert Treat Paine, Passy, France, 8 Dec. 1778
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Joseph Greenleaf to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 16 Dec. 1778
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James Lovell to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 6 Jan. 1779
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Sally Cobb Paine to Robert Treat Paine, Taunton, [1?] Feb. 1779
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George Godfrey to Robert Treat Paine, Taunton, 8 Feb. 1779
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George Godfrey to Honorable Council and House of Representatives, Taunton, 8 Feb. 1779 [memorial]
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Sally Cobb Paine to Robert Treat Paine, Taunton, 17 Feb. 1779
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Seth Padelford to Robert Treat Paine, Taunton, 18 Feb. 1779
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Sally Cobb Paine to Robert Treat Paine, Taunton, 26 Feb. 1779
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John Browne to Robert Treat Paine, War Office, 9 Mar. 1779
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Sally Cobb Paine to Robert Treat Paine, Taunton, 27 Mar. 1779
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Sally Cobb Paine to Robert Treat Paine, Taunton, 30 Mar. 1779
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Samuel Gray to Robert Treat Paine, Windham, Conn., 2 Apr. 1779
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Samuel Gray to Robert Treat Paine, Windham, Conn., 27 May 1779
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Sally Cobb Paine to Robert Treat Paine, Taunton, 4 June 1779
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Warwick Palfrey to Robert Treat Paine, Salem, 9 July 1779
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Robert Treat Paine to Robert Luscombe, 21 Aug. 1779
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Sally Cobb Paine to Robert Treat Paine, Taunton, 30 Sep. 1779
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Gov. Jonathan Trumbull to Robert Treat Paine, Hartford, Conn., 20 Oct. 1779
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Samuel Gray to Robert Treat Paine, Windham, Conn., 26 Oct. 1779
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Sally Cobb Paine to Robert Treat Paine, Taunton, 29 Nov. 1779
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Sally Cobb Paine to Robert Treat Paine, Taunton, 6 Jan. 1780
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George Godfrey to Robert Treat Paine, Taunton, 12 Jan. 1780
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Charles Thomson to Robert Treat Paine, 22 Jan. 1780
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Richard Henry Lee to Robert Treat Paine, Chantilly, Va., 22 Jan. 1780
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Josiah Nye to Robert Treat Paine, Sandwich, 29 Jan. 1780
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Sally Cobb Paine to Robert Treat Paine, Taunton, 27 Feb. 1780
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William Hunt to Robert Treat Paine, Watertown, 28 Feb. 1780
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Sally Cobb Paine to Robert Treat Paine, Taunton, 8 Mar. 1780
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William Stearns to Robert Treat Paine, Worcester, 3 Apr. 1780
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Sally Cobb Paine to Robert Treat Paine, Taunton, 6 Apr. 1780
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William Stearns to Robert Treat Paine, Concord, 13 Apr. 1780
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Jonathan Dwight to Robert Treat Paine, Springfield, 3 May 1780
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Robert Treat Paine to George Godfrey, Boston, 14 July 1780
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Joshua Brackett to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 25 Sep. 1780
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John Hancock to Robert Treat Paine, 27 Oct. 1780
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Eleazer Porter to Robert Treat Paine, Hadley, 20 Nov. 1780
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Sally Cobb Paine to Robert Treat Paine, Taunton, 24 Jan. 1781
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Robert Treat Paine to Caleb Strong, Taunton, 5 Feb. 1781
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Thomas Robie to Rev. Isaac Story about the status of his property, plans for eventual return, Halifax, N.S., 8 Feb. 1781
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Sally Cobb Paine to Robert Treat Paine, Taunton, 27 Feb. 1781
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William Baylies to Robert Treat Paine, Dighton, 5 Mar. 1781
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Benjamin Lincoln to Robert Treat Paine, Cambridge, 23 Apr. 1781
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James Bowdoin to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 19 May 1781 [with undated Edmund Trowbridge to James Bowdoin]
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Samuel Freeman to Robert Treat Paine, Falmouth, 9 June 1781
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Joseph Palmer to Robert Treat Paine, Germantown, 25 June 1781
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Seth Padelford to Robert Treat Paine, Tisdale's Shop, 25 June 1781
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Committee for Sale of Absentees Estate to Robert Treat Paine, North-Yarmouth, 4 July 1781
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Seth Padelford to Robert Treat Paine, Taunton, 3 Aug. 1781
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John Merchant to Robert Treat Paine, Copenhagen, 24 Aug. 1781
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Thomas Child to Robert Treat Paine, Falmouth, 28 Aug. 1781
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Ebenezer Warren to Robert Treat Paine, Roxbury, 6 Sep. 1781
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Paul Mumford to Robert Treat Paine, Providence, R.I., 8 Apr. 1781
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Theophilus Bradbury to Robert Treat Paine, Newburyport, 9 Oct. 1781
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Robert Treat Paine to Samuel Freeman, Boston, 15 Oct. 1781
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Theophilus Parsons to Robert Treat Paine, Newburyport, 18 Oct. 1781
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Seth Padelford to Robert Treat Paine, Taunton, 23 Oct. 1781
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David Cobb to Robert Treat Paine, Headquarters Near York, Va., 28 Oct. 1781
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Joseph Greenleaf to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 31 Oct. 1781
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Joseph Greenleaf to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 18 Nov. 1781
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Nathaniel Freeman to Robert Treat Paine, Sandwich, 19 Nov. 1781
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Moses Brown to Robert Treat Paine, Providence, 19 Nov. 1781
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Seth Padelford to Robert Treat Paine, Taunton, 24 Nov. 1781
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Samuel Freeman to Robert Treat Paine, Falmouth, 3 Dec. 1781
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Joseph Palmer to Robert Treat Paine, Germantown, 14 Dec. 1781
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Duncan Ingraham, Jr., and Henry Bromfield, Jr., to Robert Treat Paine, Amsterdam, 25 Dec. 1781
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Increase Sumner to Robert Treat Paine, [1782?]
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Jeremiah Allen to Robert Treat Paine, Nantes, France, 5 Jan. 1782
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John Hanson to Gov. John Hancock of Mass., circular letter on seizure and condemnation of British manufactures within their jurisdiction, Philadelphia, 6 Jan. 1782
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John Avery to James Bowdoin, 22 Jan. 1782
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Nicholas Pike to Robert Treat Paine, Newburyport, 27 Jan. 1782
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Ingraham & Bromfield to Robert Treat Paine, Amsterdam, 11 Feb. 1782 [with same, 1 July 1782]
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Robert Treat Paine to [?], Boston, 16 Feb. 1782
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Robert Treat Paine to Theodore Sedgwick, Boston, 18 Feb. 1782
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Nathaniel Freeman to Robert Treat Paine, Sandwich, 20 Mar. 1782
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John Hancock to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 21 Mar. 1782 [enclosure: John Hanson to Gov. John Hancock of Mass., Philadelphia, 1 Mar. 1782]
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Moses Gill to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 9 May 1782
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Nathaniel Glover to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 15 May 1782
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Nathaniel Freeman to Robert Treat Paine, Sandwich, 25 May 1782
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Benjamin Lincoln to Robert Treat Paine, Cambridge, 9 June 1782
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David Cobb to Robert Treat Paine, Headquarters, Newburgh, N.Y., 19 June 1782
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Joshua Thomas to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 24 June 1782
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Robert Treat Paine to Joshua Thomas, Boston, 24 June 1782
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Jonathan Bowman to Robert Treat Paine, Pownalboro, 28 June 1782
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Ingraham & Bromfield to Robert Treat Paine, Amsterdam, 1 July 1782 [with same, 11 Feb. 1782]
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David Cobb to Robert Treat Paine, Headquarters, Newburgh, N.Y., 8 July 1782
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Seth Padelford to Robert Treat Paine, Taunton, 23 July 1782
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Richard Cranch to Robert Treat Paine, Braintree, 1 Aug. 1782
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Robert Treat Paine to Brig. Nathaniel Freeman, Boston, 27 Aug. 1782 [with same, 29 Aug. 1782]
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David Cobb to Robert Treat Paine, Headquarters, Newburgh, N.Y., 28 Aug. 1782
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Robert Treat Paine to Brig. Nathaniel Freeman, Boston, 29 Aug. 1782 [with same, 27 Aug. 1782]
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Stephen Hall to Robert Treat Paine, Falmouth, 2 Sep. 1782
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David Cobb to Robert Treat Paine, Headquarters, Verplank's Point, N.Y., 4 Sep. 1782
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Robert Treat Paine to Jonathan Bowman, Boston, 7 Sep. 1782
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David Cobb to Robert Treat Paine, Headquarters, Verplank's Point, N.Y., 10 Sep. 1782
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David Cobb to Robert Treat Paine, Headquarters, Verplank's Point, N.Y., 25 Sep. 1782
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David Cobb to Robert Treat Paine, Headquarters, Verplank's Point, N.Y., 2 Oct. 1782
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Jeremiah Allen to Robert Treat Paine, Nantes, France, 10 Oct. 1782
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Jeremiah Allen to Robert Treat Paine, Nantes, France, 12 Oct. 1782
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Jeremiah Allen to Robert Treat Paine, Nantes, France, 14 Oct. 1782 [2 copies]
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Nicholas Pike to Robert Treat Paine, Nov. 1782
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Jonathan Bowman to Robert Treat Paine, Pownalboro, 1 Nov. 1782
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Samuel Freeman to Robert Treat Paine, Falmouth, 11 Nov. 1782
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David Cobb to Robert Treat Paine, Taunton, 20 Nov. 1782
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William Prescott to Robert Treat Paine, Pepperrell, 16 Dec. 1782
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Timothy Frost to Robert Treat Paine, York, 12 Jan. 1783
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Samuel Freeman to Robert Treat Paine, Falmouth, 22 Jan. 1783
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Seth Padelford to Robert Treat Paine, Taunton, 31 Jan. 1783
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Joseph Allen, Nathan Baldwin, and Isaiah Thomas, Committee of Correspondence of Worcester, to John Hancock, Worcester, 21 Feb. 1783
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William Lithgow, Jr., to Robert Treat Paine, Newburyport, 1 Mar. 1783
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Jeremiah Allen to Robert Treat Paine, Nantes, France, 4 Mar. 1783 [#1]
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Jeremiah Allen to Robert Treat Paine, Nantes, France, 4 Mar. 1783 [#2]
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Christopher Banister to "the good People of the Town of [?]," Williamsburgh, 4 Mar. 1783
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Jonathan Bowman to Robert Treat Paine, Pownalboro, 7 Mar. 1783 [enclosure]
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George Spooner to Robert Treat Paine, N.Y., 12 Mar. 1783
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Andrew Oliver to Robert Treat Paine, Salem, 18 Mar. 1783
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Sally Cobb Paine to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 23 Apr. 1783
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Duncan Ingraham, Jr., and Henry Bromfield, Jr., to Robert Treat Paine, Amsterdam, 20 June 1783
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John Adams, Benjamin Franklin, and John Jay to R. R. Livingston, Passy, France, 18 July 1783 [copy of extracts, with same, 10 Sep. 1783]
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Henry Knox to Robert Treat Paine, West Point, 22 Aug. 1783
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Seth Padelford to Robert Treat Paine, Taunton, 1 Sep. 1783
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John Adams, Benjamin Franklin, and John Jay to [Elias Boudinot], President of Congress, Passy, France, 10 Sep. 1783 [copy of extracts, with same, 18 July 1783]
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[?], Tuesday afternoon [1784?]
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James Lovell to Robert Treat Paine, [1784?]
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Joseph Palmer to Robert Treat Paine, Canterbury, Conn., 3 Feb. 1784 [attached to copy of promissory note of John Dyar to Robert Treat Paine, 18 June 1765]
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Samuel Osgood to Robert Treat Paine, Annapolis, Md., 14 Feb. 1784
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Seth Padelford to Robert Treat Paine, Taunton, 13 Mar. 1784
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Seth Padelford to Robert Treat Paine, Taunton, 12 Apr. 1784
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Oliver Ellsworth to Robert Treat Paine, Windsor, Conn., 4 May 1784
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James Bowdoin to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 16 July 1784
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Roger Huntington to Robert Treat Paine, Windham, Conn., 11 Oct. 1784
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William Cushing to Robert Treat Paine, [1?] Nov. 1784 [sends House order dated 1 Nov. 1784]
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Joseph Palmer to Robert Treat Paine, Germantown, 3 Dec. 1784
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Roger Huntington to Robert Treat Paine, Windham, Conn., 13 Dec. 1784

Correspondence, 1785-1808

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Joseph Palmer to Robert Treat Paine, Germantown, 7 Jan. 1785 [encloses "Extracts from Doctr. Brownrigg"]
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Seth Padelford to Robert Treat Paine, Taunton, 7 Feb. 1785
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Theophilus Bradbury to Robert Treat Paine, Newburyport, 12 Mar. 1785
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Seth Padelford to Robert Treat Paine, Taunton, 15 Mar. 1785
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Thomas Legate to Robert Treat Paine, Leominster, 18 Apr. 1785
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Sally Cobb Paine to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 20 Apr. 1785
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Theophilus Bradbury to Robert Treat Paine, Newburyport, 26 Apr. 1785
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Joseph Russell to Robert Treat Paine, May 1785
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Nathaniel Appleton to Robert Treat Paine, 30 May 1785
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William Greenleaf to Robert Treat Paine, Lancaster, 3 July 1785
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John Sullivan to Robert Treat Paine, Durham, N.H., 23 Aug. 1785
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Seth Padelford to Robert Treat Paine, Taunton, 25 Aug. 1785
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Jared Ingersoll to Robert Treat Paine, Philadelphia, 3 Nov. 1785
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[George Brock] "Attleborough" to Messrs. Adams and Nourse, [1786?]
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Harrison G. Otis to [Robert Treat Paine?], Boston, 14 Jan. 1786
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Samuel Henshaw to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 25 Jan. 1786
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Robert Treat Paine to Moses Brown, Boston, 13 Feb. 1786
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Seth Padelford to Robert Treat Paine, Taunton, 13 Feb. 1786
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Michael Hodge and Samuel Tufts to Robert Treat Paine, Newburyport, 18 Feb. 1786 [on verso: Robert Treat Paine's response, Boston, 13 Mar. 1786]
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Nicholas Baylies to Robert Treat Paine, Taunton, 25 Feb. 1786
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Seth Padelford to Robert Treat Paine. 27 Feb. 1786
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Tristram Dalton to Robert Treat Paine, 1 Mar. 1786
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Robert Treat Paine to Michael Hodge and Samuel Tufts, Boston, 13 Mar. 1786 [on verso: Michael Hodge and Samuel Tufts to Robert Treat Paine, 18 Feb. 1786]
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Seth Padelford to Robert Treat Paine, Taunton, 18 Mar. 1786
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Joseph Palmer to Robert Treat Paine, Germantown, 1 Apr. 1786
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Fisher Ames to Robert Treat Paine, Dedham, 5 Apr. 1786
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Sally Cobb Paine to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 6 May 1786
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Seth Padelford to Robert Treat Paine, Taunton, 29 May 1786
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Seth Padelford to Robert Treat Paine, Taunton, 19 June 1786
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Robert Treat Paine to John Bean, Boston, 10 July 1786
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Seth Padelford to Robert Treat Paine, Taunton, 8 Aug. 1786
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Zephaniah Leonard to Robert Treat Paine, Rainham, 1 Sep. 1786
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William Whiting to Theodore Sedgwick, Great Barrington, 13 Sep. 1786
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George Brock to [Joseph Greenleaf?], Boston Jail, 2 Nov. 1786 [encloses petition to George Brock to Gov. Bowdoin of Massachusetts]
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Seth Padelford to Robert Treat Paine, Taunton, 23 Dec. 1786
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Daniel Newcomb to Robert Treat Paine, Keene, N.H., 25 Dec. 1786
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J. Bourn Rose to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 27 Dec. 1786
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Samuel Henshaw to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 17 Jan. 1787
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John Rogers, Jr., to Robert Treat Paine, Leominster, 18 Jan. 1787
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Seth Padelford to Robert Treat Paine, Taunton, 12 Feb. 1787
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Maj. Gen. John Brooks to the justices of the Supreme Judicial Court, Mar. [1787?]
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Gov. James Bowdoin of Mass. to the justices of the Supreme Judicial Court, 8 Mar. 1787
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John Avery to Robert Treat Paine, Council Chamber, Boston, 14 Mar. 1787
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William Whiting to Robert Treat Paine, Great Barrington, 19 Mar. 1787
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Sally Cobb Paine to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 31 Mar. 1787
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Sally Cobb Paine to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 11 Apr. 1787
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Benjamin Lincoln to the justices of the Supreme Judicial Court, Northampton, 19 Apr. 1787
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Sally Cobb Paine to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 24 Apr. 1787
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Seth Padelford to Robert Treat Paine, Taunton, 11 June 1787
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Samuel Henshaw to Robert Treat Paine, Northampton, 2 Aug. 1787
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David Cobb to Robert Treat Paine, Taunton, 1 Sep. 1787
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Sally Cobb Paine to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 27 Sep. 1787
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Robert Treat Paine to Richard Cranch, Boston, 16 Nov. 1787
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Jared Ingersoll to Robert Treat Paine, Philadelphia, 30 Dec. 1787
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John Choate to Robert Treat Paine, 4 Mar. 1788
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William Hull to Robert Treat Paine, Newton, 6 Mar. 1788
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Robert Treat Paine to Caleb Strong, Boston, 18 May 1788
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Gideon Hawley to Robert Treat Paine, Aug. 1788
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Seth Padelford to Robert Treat Paine, Taunton, 5 Aug. 1788
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Gideon Hawley to Robert Treat Paine, Mashpee, 5 Aug. 1788
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Seth Padelford to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 30 Sep. 1788
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Sally Cobb Paine to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 30 Sep. 1788
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Thomas Brattle to Robert Treat Paine, [Cambridge], 30 Oct. 1788 [on verso of Senate and House petition to Robert Treat Paine, Jan. 1789, in Series V. Robert Treat Paine political and judicial papers]
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Eunice Paine to Robert Treat Paine, Roxbury, 24 Feb. 1789
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John Avery to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 3 Mar. 1789
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Joseph Otis to Robert Treat Paine, Barnstable, 19 Mar. 1789
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Seth Padelford to Robert Treat Paine, Taunton, 22 Mar. 1789
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Harrison Gray Otis to Robert Treat Paine, 23 Mar. 1789
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Seth Padelford to Robert Treat Paine, Taunton, 11 May 1789
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Hugh Orr to Robert Treat Paine, Bridgewater, 18 May 1789
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Timothy Bigelow to Robert Treat Paine, Worcester, 25 May 1789
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Robert Paine (1770-1798) to Robert Treat Paine, Cambridge, June 1789 [on verso of account settled with James Lassel, Oct. 1785, in Series V. Robert Treat Paine political and judicial papers]
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Shearjashub Bourne to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 19 June 1789
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Seth Padelford to Robert Treat Paine, Taunton, 10 Aug. 1789
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Shearjashub Bourne to Robert Treat Paine, Barnstable, 19 Aug. 1789
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Joseph Greenleaf to Robert Treat Paine, 26 Aug. 1789
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Eunice Paine to John Tozer, 28 Aug. 1789
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Dudley Atkins to Robert Treat Paine, Newburyport, 31 Aug. 1789
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Seth Padelford to Robert Treat Paine, Taunton, 3 Sep. 1789
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Shearjashub Bourne to Robert Treat Paine, Sandwich, 5 Sep. 1789
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Eunice Paine to Robert Treat Paine, Dec. 1789
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Gideon Hawley to Robert Treat Paine, Mashpee, 24 Dec. 1789
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Robert Treat Paine to Elisha Porter, [179-?]
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Charles Paine to Robert Treat Paine, [179-?]
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Thomas Dawes, Jr., to Robert Treat Paine, 1790
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Nathaniel Paine to Robert Treat Paine, Worcester, 15 Jan. 1790
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Gideon Hawley to Robert Treat Paine, Mashpee, 8 Feb. 1790
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Benjamin Lincoln to Robert Treat Paine, Philadelphia, 10 July 1790
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Samuel Gray to Robert Treat Paine, Windham, Conn., 26 Feb. 1790
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Nicholas Eveleigh to Robert Treat Paine, Treasury Department, Comptroller's Office, 16 Apr. 1790 [#l, #2]
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Robert Treat Paine to Nicholas Eveleigh, Boston, 8 May 1790
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Robert Treat Paine to Nicholas Eveleigh, Boston, 26 May 1790
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Nicholas Eveleigh to Robert Treat Paine, Treasury Department, Comptroller's Office, 1 June 1790
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Thomas Paine (1773-1811) to Robert Treat Paine, Cambridge, 2 June 1790
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Samuel Gray to Robert Treat Paine, Windham, Conn., 17 June 1790
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John H. Bartlet to Robert Treat Paine, Kittery, 25 June 1790
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Seth Padelford to Robert Treat Paine, Taunton, 12 Aug. 1790
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Sally Paine to Robert Treat Paine, Worcester, 6 Sep. 1790
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Robert Breck to Robert Treat Paine, Northampton, 18 Nov. 1790
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Thomas Paine (1773-1811) to Robert Treat Paine, Hollis Hall, Cambridge, 29 Dec. 1790
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Thomas Paine (1773-1811) to Robert Treat Paine, Cambridge, [Feb.?] 1791
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Seth Padelford to Robert Treat Paine, Taunton, 5 Feb. 1791
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Seth Padelford to Robert Treat Paine, Taunton, 9 Feb. 1791
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James Bowdoin to Robert Treat Paine, 12 Apr. 1791
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Gideon Hawley to Robert Treat Paine, Mashpee, 17 May 1791
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Gideon Hawley to Robert Treat Paine, Mashpee, 20 May 1791
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Seth Padelford to Robert Treat Paine, 30 May 1791
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Increase Sumner to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 4 June 1791
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Francis Dana to Robert Treat Paine, Cambridge, 20 June 1791
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Robert Paine (1770-1798) to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 26 June 1791
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Robert Paine (1770-1798) to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 30 June 1791
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Francis Dana to Robert Treat Paine, Cambridge, 21 Aug. 1791
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Sally Paine to Robert Treat Paine and Sally Cobb Paine, Boston, 19 Sep. 1791
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Robert Paine (1770-1798) to Robert Treat Paine, 27 Oct. 1791
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Thomas Paine (1773-1811) to Robert Treat Paine, Harvard College, Nov. 1791
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Charles Paine to Sally Cobb Paine, Cambridge, 25 Nov. 1791
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Sally Paine to Robert Treat Paine, Worcester, 12 Nov. 1791
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Sally Paine to Robert Treat Paine, 17 Nov. 1791
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Joseph Willard to Robert Treat Paine, Cambridge, 18 Nov. 1791 [enclosure]
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Gideon Hawley to Robert Treat Paine, 25 Nov. 1791
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Eunice Paine to Robert Treat Paine, Braintree, 2 Dec. 1791
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John Barrett to Robert Treat Paine, Northfield, 22 Dec. 1791
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Seth Padelford to Robert Treat Paine, Taunton, 23 Dec. 1791
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Ephraim Spooner to Robert Treat Paine, Plymouth, 26 Dec. 1791
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Shearjashub Bourne to Robert Treat Paine, Philadelphia, 28 Dec. 1791
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Eunice Paine to Robert Treat Paine, Dorchester, 29 Dec. 1791
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John and Abigail Adams to Robert Treat Paine and Sally Cobb Paine, [1792]
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Samuel Emery to Robert Treat Paine, Philadelphia, 4 Jan. 1792
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Zedekiah Sanger to Robert Treat Paine, Bridgewater, 8 Jan. 1792
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Isaac Lothrop to Robert Treat Paine, Plymouth, 9 Jan. 1792
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Seth Padelford to Robert Treat Paine, Taunton, 10 Jan. 1792
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Samuel Freeman to Robert Treat Paine, Portland, 18 Jan. 1792
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Seth Padelford to Robert Treat Paine, Taunton, 30 Jan. 1792
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Seth Padelford to Robert Treat Paine, Taunton, 13 Feb. 1792
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Thomas Paine (1773-1811) to Robert Treat Paine, Bridgewater, 27 Feb. 1792
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Samuel Lyman to Robert Treat Paine, Springfield, 12 Mar. 1792
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Zedekiah Sanger to Robert Treat Paine, Bridgewater, 15 Mar. 1792
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Seth Padelford to Robert Treat Paine, Taunton, 19 Mar. 1792
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Seth Padelford to Robert Treat Paine, Taunton, 25 Mar. 1792
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William Channing to Robert Treat Paine, Newport, R.I., 26 Mar. 1792
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Francis Dana to Robert Treat Paine, Cambridge, 4 Apr. 1792
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Shearjashub Bourne to Robert Treat Paine, Philadelphia, 19 Apr. 1792
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Gideon Hawley to Robert Treat Paine, Mashpee, 14 May 1792 [2 letters]
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Sally Paine to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 16 May 1792
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Seth Padelford to Robert Treat Paine, Taunton, 7 June 1792
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Robert Paine (1770-1798) to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 24 June 1792
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Seth Padelford to Robert Treat Paine, Taunton, 6 Aug. 1792
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William Charming to Robert Treat Paine, Newport, 10 Aug. 1792
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David Sewall to Robert Treat Paine, York, 13 Aug. 1792
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John Forbes to Robert Treat Paine, Providence, R.I., 20 Aug. 1792
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James Tisdale to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 21 Aug. 1792
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George Brinley to Robert Treat Paine, Halifax, N.S., 28 Aug. 1792
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Sally Paine to Robert Treat Paine, Newtown, 6 Sep. 1792
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Robert Paine (1770-1798) to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 18 Sep. 1792
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Sally Paine to Robert Treat Paine, Newtown, 18 Sep. 1792
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Robert Paine (1770-1798) to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 23 Sep. 1792
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Robert Paine (1770-1798) to Sally Paine, Boston, Oct. 1792
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George Brinley to Robert Treat Paine, Halifax, N.S., 9 Oct. 1792
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Seth Padelford to Robert Treat Paine, Taunton, 10 Oct. 1792
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Theophilus Parsons to Francis Dana, Boston, 17 Oct. 1792
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Sally Paine to Robert Treat Paine, Portsmouth, 29 Oct. 1792
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John Barrett to Robert Treat Paine, Northfield, 30 Oct. 1792
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George Brinley to Robert Treat Paine, Halifax, N.S., 10 Dec. 1792
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Theophilus Parsons to Robert Treat Paine, Newburyport, 21 Dec. 1792
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Joshua Thomas to Robert Treat Paine, Plymouth, 27 Dec. 1792
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William Channing to Robert Treat Paine, Newport, 20 Dec. 1792
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Shearjashub Bourne to Robert Treat Paine, Philadelphia, 9 Jan. 1793
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Shearjashub Bourne to Robert Treat Paine, Philadelphia, 26 Jan. 1793
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Shearjashub Bourne to Robert Treat Paine, Philadelphia, 29 Jan. 1793
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David Sewall to Robert Treat Paine, York, 9 Feb. 1793
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Shearjashub Bourne to Robert Treat Paine, Philadelphia, 11 Feb. 1793
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Shearjashub Bourne to Robert Treat Paine, Philadelphia, 16 Feb. 1793
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Shearjashub Bourne to Robert Treat Paine, Philadelphia, 19 Feb. 1793
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Shearjashub Bourne to Robert Treat Paine, Philadelphia, 27 Feb. 1793
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Shearjashub Bourne to Robert Treat Paine, Philadelphia, 1 Mar. 1793
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Daniel Newcomb to Robert Treat Paine, Keene, N.H., 7 Mar. 1793
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Thomas Jefferson to Benjamin Russell, 16 Mar. 1793
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N. Tillinghast & Son to Robert Treat Paine, Taunton, 20 May 1793
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Seth Padelford to Robert Treat Paine, Taunton, 3 June 1793
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Seth Padelford to Robert Treat Paine, Taunton, 13 June 1793
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Francis Dana to Robert Treat Paine, Cambridge, 17 June 1793
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Sally Cobb Paine to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 23 June 1793
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Seth Padelford to Robert Treat Paine, Taunton, 25 June 1793
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Daniel Newcomb to Robert Treat Paine, Keene, N.H., 26 June 1793
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Seth Padelford to Robert Treat Paine, Taunton, 5 Aug. 1793
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Sally Paine to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 20 Sep. 1793
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Robert Paine (1770-1798) to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 26 Sep. 1793
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Lucretia Paine to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 26 Sep. 1793
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Levi Shephard to Robert Treat Paine, Springfield, 26 Sep. 1793
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Seth Padelford to Robert Treat Paine, Taunton, 15 Nov. 1793
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Shearjashub Bourne to Robert Treat Paine, Philadelphia, 9 Dec. 1793
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Seth Padelford to Robert Treat Paine, Taunton, 16 Dec. 1793
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Shearjashub Bourne to Robert Treat Paine, Philadelphia, 1 Jan. 1794
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Seth Padelford to Robert Treat Paine, Taunton, 28 Jan. 1794
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Robert Paine (1770-1798) to Robert Treat Paine, Windsor, Conn., 3 Feb. 1794
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Francis Dana to Robert Treat Paine, Cambridge, 4 Feb. 1794
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Daniel Newcomb to Robert Treat Paine, Keene, N.H., 5 Feb. 1794
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Francis Dana to Robert Treat Paine, Cambridge, 17 Feb. 1794
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Francis Dana to Robert Treat Paine, Cambridge, 22 Feb. 1794
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S. Shapleigh to Robert Treat Paine, Cambridge, 18 Mar. 1794
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Shearjashub Bourne to Robert Treat Paine, Philadelphia, 12 Apr. 1794
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James Neale to Robert Treat Paine, York, 25 June 1794
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Robert Paine (1770-1798) to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 26 June 1794
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Mary Paine to Robert Treat Paine, Sandwich, 6 Aug. 1794
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Jonathan Burr to Robert Treat Paine, Sandwich, 6 Aug. 1794
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Robert Treat Paine to Thomas Paine (1773-1811), 12 Aug. 1794
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Nathaniel Freeman to Robert Treat Paine, Sandwich, 18 Aug. 1794
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Joshua Thomas to Robert Treat Paine, Plymouth, 8 Sep. 1794
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Jonathan Burr to Robert Treat Paine, Sandwich, 9 Sep. 1794
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Seth Padelford to Robert Treat Paine, Taunton, Nov. 1794
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Robert Treat Paine to James Neale, Boston, Dec. 1794
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Increase Sumner to Robert Treat Paine, 2 Dec. 1794
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Rev. John Prince to Robert Treat Paine, Salem, 22 Jan. 1795
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Shearjashub Bourne to Robert Treat Paine, Philadelphia, 18 Feb. 1795
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Shearjashub Bourne to Robert Treat Paine, Philadelphia, 25 Feb. 1795
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Seth Padelford to Robert Treat Paine, Taunton, 6 Apr. 1795
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Robert Paine (1770-1798) to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, May 1795
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James Sullivan to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 10 May 1795
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Joseph North to Robert Treat Paine, 11 May 1795
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Robert Paine (1770-1798) to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 23 Sep. 1795
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Samuel Sewall to Robert Treat Paine, Marblehead, 1 Dec. 1795
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Seth Padelford to Robert Treat Paine, Taunton, 14 Mar. 1796
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Nicholas Tillinghast to Robert Treat Paine, Taunton, 30 Mar. 1796
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Gideon Hawley to Robert Treat Paine, Mashpee, 13 May 1796
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Samuel Eliot to Robert Treat Paine, 11 June 1796
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Harrison Gray Otis to Charles Paine, 17 June 1796 [enclosure: partnership proposal]
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Nathaniel F. Fosdick to Robert Treat Paine, Portland, 23 June 1796
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Francis Dana to Robert Treat Paine, Ipswich, 24 June 1796
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Robert Paine (1770-1798) to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 5 July 1796
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Charles Paine to Robert Treat Paine, Alexandria, Va., 27 July 1796
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Robert Treat Paine to Francis Dana, Boston, 26 July 1796
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Seth Padelford to Robert Treat Paine, Taunton, 22 Aug. 1796
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Robert Paine (1770-1798) to Robert Treat Paine, Newport, R.I., 7 Nov. 1796
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Charles Paine to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 9 Nov. 1796
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Robert Paine (1770-1798) to Robert Treat Paine, Savannah, Ga., 24 Nov. 1796
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Seth Padelford to Robert Treat Paine, Taunton, 13 Feb. 1797 [enclosure: statement of case of estate of Samuel Gilbert, absentee]
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Dr. Oliver Fiske to Robert Treat Paine, 3 Apr. 1797
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Parker Hopkinson to Charles Paine, Portsmouth, 7 May 1797
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Nathaniel Freeman to Robert Treat Paine, Sandwich, 5 June 1797
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Robert Paine (1770-1798) to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 7 July 1797
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Oliver Fiske to Robert Treat Paine, Worcester, 17 July 1797
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Samuel Fales to Robert Treat Paine, Taunton, 1 Aug. 1797
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David L. Barnes to Robert Treat Paine, Providence, R.I., 20 Dec. 1797
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Seth Padelford to Robert Treat Paine, Taunton, 28 Mar. 1798
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Robert Paine (1770-1798) to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 27 June 1798
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David L Barnes to Robert Treat Paine, Providence, R.I., 13 Aug. 1798
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Sally Paine to Robert Treat Paine, Worcester, 30 Aug. 1798
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Robert Breck to Robert Treat Paine, Northampton, 23 Sep. 1798
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Charles Paine to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 25 Sep. 1798
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Charles Paine to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 27 Sep. 1798
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Seth Padelford to Robert Treat Paine, 25 Feb. 1799
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Oliver Fiske to Robert Treat Paine, Worcester, 19 Mar. 1799
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William Cushing to Robert Treat Paine, Scituate, 12 Apr. 1799
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Nathaniel Freeman to Robert Treat Paine, Sandwich, 5 May 1799
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Sally Paine to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 8 July 1799
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Henry Paine to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 19 Sep. 1799
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Thomas Means to Charles Paine, Amherst, N.H., 30 Sep. 1799
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Daniel Dewey to Robert Treat Paine, Lenox, 4 Oct. 1799
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Francis Dana to Robert Treat Paine, Cambridge, 21 Oct. 1799
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Charles Paine to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 22 Oct. 1799
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Henry Paine to Charles Paine, Gloucester, 27 Oct. 1799
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Seth Padelford to Robert Treat Paine, Taunton, 2 Dec. 1799
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Dr. John Warren to Robert Treat Paine, 5 Dec. 1799 [on verso: remarks respecting Washington by Robert Treat Paine]
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Henry Paine to Robert Treat Paine, Funchal, Madeira, 29 Dec. 1799
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Henry Paine to Robert Treat Paine, Funchal, Madeira, 30 Dec. 1799
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Nathaniel Freeman to Robert Treat Paine, Sandwich, 6 Jan. 1800
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Thomas Paine (1773-1811) to Robert Treat Paine, Newburyport, 19 Jan. 1800
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Robert Treat Paine to Samuel Dana, Boston, 3 Feb. 1800
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Henry Paine to Robert Treat Paine, Cape of Good Hope, 29 Mar. 1800
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Mary Paine to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 21 June 1800
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Charles Paine to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 30 June 1800
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Henry Paine to Robert Treat Paine, Madras, India, July 1800
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Francis Dana to Robert Treat Paine, Aug. 1800
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Robert Treat Paine to Theophilus Bradbury, 14 Aug. 1800
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Theophilus Bradbury to Robert Treat Paine, Newburyport, 15 Aug. 1800
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Sally Paine to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 13 Sep. 1800
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Loammi Baldwin to Robert Treat Paine, Woburn, 28 Jan. 1801
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Henry Paine to Robert Treat Paine, N.Y., 15 Jan. 1801
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Apollos B. Leonard to Robert Treat Paine, Taunton, 3 Mar. 1801
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Samuel Fales to Robert Treat Paine, Taunton, 7 Mar. 1801
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Nicholas Tillinghast to Robert Treat Paine, Taunton, 16 Mar. 1801
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Apollos B. Leonard to Robert Treat Paine, Taunton, 23 Mar. 1801
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Samuel Fales to Robert Treat Paine, Taunton, 23 Mar. 1801
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Robert Treat Paine to Oliver Fiske, Boston, 12 July 1801
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Charles Howse to Robert Treat Paine, London, 8 Aug. 1801
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Joshua Thomas to Robert Treat Paine, Plymouth, 11 Aug. 1801
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Francis Dana to Robert Treat Paine, Cambridge, 28 Aug. 1801
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Henry Paine to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 24 Sep. 1801
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John Gibaut to Robert Treat Paine, Salem, 30 Nov. 1801
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Robert Treat Paine to Henry Paine, 24 Dec. 1801
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John Willard to Robert Treat Paine, Stafford, Conn., 30 Dec. 1801
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Samuel Fales to Robert Treat Paine, Taunton, 3 Mar. 1802
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Henry Paine to Robert Treat Paine, Calcutta, India, 2 Apr. 1802
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Sally Cobb Paine to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 18 Apr. 1802
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Henry Paine to Robert Treat Paine, Calcutta, India, 3 May 1802
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Sally Paine to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 9 May 1802
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Samuel Fales to Robert Treat Paine, Taunton, 21 June 1802
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Barnard B. Macanulty to Robert Treat Paine, Salem, 12 July 1802
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John Thomas to Robert Treat Paine, Plymouth, 19 July 1802
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Sally Cobb Paine to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 16 Sep. 1802
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Thomas Paine (1773-1811) to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 30 Sep. 1802
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Ebenezer Mattoon to Robert Treat Paine, Amherst, 27 Oct. 1802
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Ralph Bennet Forbes to Robert Treat Paine, N.Y., 17 Nov. 1802
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Oliver Fiske to Robert Treat Paine, Worcester, 17 Dec. 1802
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Oliver Fiske to Robert Treat Paine, Worcester, 11 Jan. 1803
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Azariah Egleston to Robert Treat Paine, Lenox, 25 Jan. 1803
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Samuel Fales to Robert Treat Paine, Taunton, 31 Jan. 1803
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Richard Cranch to Robert Treat Paine, Quincy, 12 Feb. 1803
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Robert Treat Paine to Azariah Egleston, 14 Feb. 1803
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Robert Treat Paine to Jonathan B. Cobb, Boston, 16 Feb. [Mar.?] 1803
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Thomas Dawes, Jr., to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 8 Mar. 1803
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Edward H. Robbins to Thomas Dawes, Jr., Boston, 7 Mar. 1803
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Jonathan B. Cobb to Henry Paine, Taunton, 7 Mar. 1803
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Harrison Gray Otis to [Thomas Dawes, Jr.?], [7 Mar.?] 1803
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Seth Padelford to Robert Treat Paine, Taunton, 15 Mar. 1803
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Jonathan B. Cobb to Robert Treat Paine, Taunton, 21 May 1803
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George Thacher to Robert Treat Paine, Biddeford, 31 July 1803
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Robert Treat Paine to George Thacher, Boston, 5 Aug. 1803
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Daniel Davis to Robert Treat Paine, 17 Nov. 1803 [on verso: Robert Treat Paine to James Williams, Aug. 1805, 23 Dec. 1805]
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Oliver Fiske to Robert Treat Paine, Worcester, 19 Dec. 1803
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Henry Paine to Robert Treat Paine, Calcutta, 23 Dec. 1803
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Henry Paine to Robert Treat Paine, Calcutta, 25 Dec. 1803
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Henry Paine to Robert Treat Paine, Calcutta, 31 Jan. 1804
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Nathaniel Freeman to Robert Treat Paine, Sandwich, 1 Feb. 1804
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Joseph North to Robert Treat Paine, Augusta, Me., 26 Apr. 1804
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Robert Treat Paine to Perez Morton, 5 June 1804 [draft]
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Seth Padelford to Robert Treat Paine, Taunton, 22 June 1804
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Seth Padelford to Robert Treat Paine, Taunton, 9 July 1804
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Samuel Fales to Robert Treat Paine, 2 July 1804
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James Madison to Robert Treat Paine, Department of State, 30 Oct. 1804
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James Williams to Robert Treat Paine, Taunton, 10 Dec. 1804 [on verso: Robert Treat Paine to James Williams, Boston, 9 Jan. 1805]
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Robert Treat Paine to James Williams, Boston, 9 Jan. 1805 [on verso of James Williams to Robert Treat Paine, Taunton, 10 Dec. 1804]
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Seth Padelford to Robert Treat Paine, Taunton, 26 Apr. 1805
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Thomas Welch, Jr., to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 12 June 1805
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Robert Treat Paine to Thomas Welch, Jr., 13 June 1805
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Robert Treat Paine to [James Williams?], Boston, Aug. 1805
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Seth Padelford to Robert Treat Paine, Taunton, 23 Sep. 1805
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Mr. Allen to Robert Treat Paine, [July?] 1805
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Robert Treat Paine to James Williams, Boston, 23 Dec. 1805
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Rev. William Emerson to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 3 Feb. 1806
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Rev. William Emerson to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 4 Feb. 1806
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James Sullivan to Robert Treat Paine, 8 Feb. 1806
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Samuel Fales to Robert Treat Paine, Taunton, 17 Feb. 1806
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Samuel Fales to Robert Treat Paine, Taunton, 25 Feb. 1806
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John S. Capt to Charles Paine, Boston, 12 Apr. 1806
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Andrew Allen, Jr., to Charles Paine, Boston, 16 Apr. 1806
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John Thomas to Robert Treat Paine, Poughkeepsie, N.Y., 4 Nov. 1806
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Samuel Fales to Robert Treat Paine, Taunton, 24 Feb. 1807 [on verso: Robert Treat Paine to Dr. John Warren, 2 Mar. 1807, and Robert Treat Paine to James Sproat, 24 Feb. 1807]
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Robert Treat Paine to Dr. John Warren, 2 Mar. 1807 [on verso of Samuel Fales to Robert Treat Paine, 24 Feb. 1807]
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Dr. John Warren to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 3 Mar. 1807
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Robert Treat Paine to James Sproat, Boston, 4 Mar. 1807 [on verso of Samuel Fales to Robert Treat Paine, 24 Feb. 1807]
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James Sproat to Robert Treat Paine, Taunton, 7 Mar. 1807
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Robert Treat Paine to James Sproat, Boston, 27 Mar. 1807
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Dr. John Warren to Robert Treat Paine, 4 Aug. 1807
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James Sproat to Robert Treat Paine, Taunton, 8 Aug. 1807 [on verso: Robert Treat Paine to James Sproat, 2 Sep. 1807]
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Charles Paine to Sarah Cushing Paine, Portland, Me., 19 Aug. 1807
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Charles Paine to Sarah Cushing Paine, Gardner, near Hallowell, Me., 27 Aug. 1807
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Charles Paine to Sarah Cushing Paine, Wiscasset, Me., 30 Aug. 1807
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Robert Treat Paine to James Sproat, Boston, 2 Sep. 1807 [on verso of James Sproat to Robert Treat Paine, 8 Aug. 1807]
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Alden Bradford to Robert Treat Paine, 5 Sep. 1807
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Robert Treat Paine to Alden Bradford, [after 5 Sep. 1807]
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Mary Paine to Sally Cobb Paine, West Springfield, 9 Sep. 1807
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Azariah Egleston to Robert Treat Paine, Lenox, 20 Sep. 1807
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Robert Treat Paine to James Sproat, Boston, 13 Oct. 1807
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Alden Bradford to Robert Treat Paine, 31 Oct. 1807 [enclosure: extracts from docket for Court of Common Pleas for Lincoln Co.]
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Ebenezer Mattoon to Robert Treat Paine, Amherst, 9 Nov. 1807
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Robert Treat Paine to James Sproat, Boston, 16 Nov. 1807
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Justin Ely, Jr., to Robert Treat Paine, West Springfield, 2 Dec. 1807
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Justin Ely, Jr., to Robert Treat Paine, West Springfield, 25 Jan. 1808
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Dr. John Warren to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, Feb. 1808
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Robert Treat Paine to Justin Ely, Jr., 1 Feb. 1808
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William Winthrop to Robert Treat Paine, Cambridge, 5 Feb. 1808
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Robert Treat Paine to Theodore Sedgwick, Boston, 8 Feb. 1808
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William Bigelow to Robert Treat Paine, Cambridge, 17 Feb. 1808 [enclosure: extract from Court of Common Pleas, Middlesex Co.]
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Ichabod Tucker to Robert Treat Paine, Salem, 18 Feb. 1808
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Rev. William Emerson to Robert Treat Paine, 1 Mar. 1808
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Robert Treat Paine to William Winthrop, Boston, 11 July 1808 [rough draft and fair copy]
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Joseph Greenleaf (1792-1871) to Robert Treat Paine, N.Y., 29 Sep. 1808
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Joseph Greenleaf (1792-1871) to Robert Treat Paine, N.Y., 30 Sep. 1808
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Ann Quackenbos Greenleaf to Robert Treat Paine, N.Y., 7 Oct. 1808
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Robert Treat Paine to Ann Quackenbos Greenleaf, Boston, 13 Oct. 1808
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Ebenezer Mattoon to Robert Treat Paine, Amherst, 18 Oct. 1808
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Azariah Egleston to Robert Treat Paine, Lenox, 31 Oct. 1808
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Ann Quackenbos Greenleaf to Robert Treat Paine, N.Y., 16 Nov. 1808
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Samuel Gilbert to Robert Treat Paine, Boston, 2 Dec. 1808

Correspondence, 1809-1854

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Katherine Greenleaf Rhoades to Robert Treat Paine,