Patriots: Samuel Adams
Loyalists: Various Englishmen
Patriots: John Dickinson
Loyalists: Thomas Hutchinson and Samuel Seabury
Daniel Dulany the Younger
Using this Guide to Start and Facilitate Research
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Carey, Charles W., editor. The American Revolution: Interpreting Primary Sources. Greehaven Press, 2004.
Or as follows. Note the original source was called "Circular to the State Governers" circa 1780, but this is a book section or chapter so titled, so this is good.
Washington, George. “Keeping an American Army in the Field.” The American Revolution: Interpreting Primary Documents, edited by Charles W. Carey, Greenhaven Press, 2004, pp. 93–100.
Author last, Author first. "Section title or work." Daily Life through American History in Primary Documents, edited by Randall M. Miller, Greenwood, 2012, pp. #-#.
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