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Liveblogging the American Revolution: June 13, 1778: Response to British Peace Proposals | Teaching American History

Teaching American History: [Response to British Peace Proposals](http://teachingamericanhistory.org/library/document/response-to-british-peace-proposals/): >June 13, 1778 In CONGRESS. >An express arrived with a letter of the 11th, from General Washington, which was read, and a packet in which it was inclosed, together with other papers, a letter signed ’Carlisle, William Eden, G.
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