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A QUIET DINNER TO PETER REED BY A FEW OF HIS WARM FRIENDS ON HIS BIRTHDAY [held by] PETER REED'S FRIENDS [at] "COLONIAL CLUB, OF NEW YORK" (OTHER (PRIVATE CLUB);)

A QUIET DINNER TO PETER REED BY A FEW OF HIS WARM FRIENDS ON HIS BIRTHDAY [held by] PETER REED'S FRIENDS [at] "COLONIAL CLUB, OF NEW YORK" (OTHER (PRIVATE CLUB);)

A QUIET DINNER TO PETER REED BY A FEW OF HIS WARM FRIENDS ON HIS BIRTHDAY [held by] PETER REED'S FRIENDS [at] "COLONIAL CLUB, OF NEW YORK" (OTHER (PRIVATE CLUB);)

Washington at Valley Forge - Winter of 1777-8

City of Trenton

Richard, First Lord Howe

Washington, Henry & Pendleton going to the first Congress

General Sir Thomas Musgrave

The Battle of Germantown (Chew's House)

North frt. of Temple Hall

Washington's retreat at Long Island

Geo. Washington

Benjamin Chew, Chief Justice of Pennsylvania

[New York.]

Le general Reed membre du Congres...

The Rt. Honble. Earl of Dartmouth

Brig. Gen. John Greaton

Genl. Charles Lee

[Washington.]

General Reed Member of Congress President & Commander in chief of the state of Pennsylvania

Le general Gates qui a environne et fait prisonier le general lieutenant Bourgogne avec toute son armee en Amerique

Battle of Princeton

The battle ground at Trenton

Israel Putnam

Brig. Gen. Joseph Reed

Mrs. Esther Reed.

Jos. Reed

York Town Battle-ground

John Greaton Brig. General Revolutionary Army

Maj. Gen. N. Greene

General Gage

George the Third King of Great Britain, &c, &c, &c

[Genl. Joseph Reed]

A QUIET DINNER TO PETER REED BY A FEW OF HIS WARM FRIENDS ON HIS BIRTHDAY [held by] PETER REED'S FRIENDS [at] "COLONIAL CLUB, OF NEW YORK" (OTHER (PRIVATE CLUB);)

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