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There are two resolutions passed relative to the restoration of the British Prisoners and to...
There are two resolutions passed relative to the restoration of the British Prisoners and to...
Congress having appointed a committee consisting of Messrs. Maddison Osgood, Wilson, Elseworth...
Congress having appointed a committee consisting of Messrs Maddison Osgood, Wilson, Elseworth and...
I have received your Excellency’s letters of the 31st of March & 4th. of April, the last to day....
I have received your Excellency’s letters of the 31st of March & 4th of April, the last to...
The inclosed I write more in a public than in a private capacity. Here I write as a citizen...
I wrote to Your Excellency a day or two ago by express. Since that a Committee appointed on the...
I wrote to Your Excellency a day or two ago by express—Since that a Committee appointed on the...
The inclosed I write more in a public than in a private capacity—Here I write as a citizen...
Your Excellency will before this reaches you have received a letter from the Marquis De la...
Your Excellency will before this reaches you have received a letter from the Marquis De la...
I am duely honored with Your Excellency’s letter of the 4th. and, 12th. instant. It is much to be...
[ Philadelphia, March 17, 1783. Letter not found. ] “List of Letters from General Hamilton to...
I am duely honored with Your Excellency’s letter of the 4th and 12th instant—It is much to be...
I had the honor of writing to your Excellency lately on a very confidential subjec⟨t⟩ and shall...
I had the honor of writing to your Excellency lately on a very confidential subject and shall be...
[ Philadelphia, February 24, 1783. The description of this letter reads: “Referring to a plan for...
Flattering myself that your knowlege of me will induce you to receive the observations I mak⟨e⟩...
Flattering myself that your knowlege of me will induce you to receive the observations I make as...
I need not observe to yr Excellency that, Respect for the opinion of Congress will not permit me...
Your Excellency will, I am persuaded, readily admit the force of this sentiment, that though it...
Your Excellency will, I am persuaded, readily admit the force of this sentiment, that though it...
The other day I applied to Col. Tilghman for an order for Shoes for the Two Companies of levies....
The other day I applied to Col. Tilghman for an order for Shoes for the Two Companies of levies....
I am extremely sorry to have embarrassed you by my late application, and that you should think...
I am extremely sorry to have embarrassed you by my late application, and that you should think...
I imagine your Excellency has been informed that in consequence of the resolution of Congress for...
I imagine your Excellency has been informed that in consequence of the resolution of Congress for...
I had the inclosed letters for you in my Portmanteau without knowing it, as they were given me...