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FC ( LC : Hamilton Papers). Lacks salutation and the signature has been excised. Dated by...
The Committee appointed to confer with the Supreme Executive Council of Pensylvania on the...
Whereas a body of armed soldiers in the service of the United States quartered in the barracks of...
The Committee appointed to confer with the Supreme Executive Council of this state, respecting...
We have the honor to inclose for Your Excellency and the Council a copy of the resolutions...
Resolved that the President and Supreme Executive Council of Pennsylvania be informed that the...
The Committee to whom you were referred the letters & papers communicated to Congress by the...
Information having been received, that a detachment of about Eighty mutineers are on their way...
The Committee on the letter from General Washington report: Resolved that copies of the letter...
The Committee observe with respect to a military peace establishment, that before any plan can...
Resolved that the Ministers Plenipotentia[r]y be instructed in case they should comprise in the...
In two or three letters, which I have had the honor of writing to Your Excellency lately, I...
The inclosed letter is for Mr. Bowman who married Mrs. Cattle. I am told he is at Alexandria...
I inclose you a couple of letters from Mr. Carter one for yourself, the other for Mr. Kenlock....
The Committee appointed to consider of the best manner of carrying into execution the engagements...
Mr. Livingston having signified to Congress his desire of relinquishing the exercise of the...
In my last letter to Your Excellency I took occasion to mention that it was of great importance...
[ Philadelphia ] May 30, 1783 . On this date a committee, consisting of Hamilton, Oliver...
That a Committee be appointed to consider of the best manner of carrying into execution the...
Resolved that General Washington be informed in answer to his letter of the that it is the desire...
[ Philadelphia, May 26, 1783. ] On this date Hamilton moved “That the Commander in Chief be...
[ Philadelphia, May 26, 1783. ] A motion made by Hamilton on this date protested against the...
Resolved That the officers at present holding brevet commissions in the army be intitled to the...
The Committee consisting of Mr. Hamilton, Mr. Peters and Mr. Gorham to whom was referred a letter...
Resolved that Mr. Dana be informed that the treaties lately entered into for restoring peace have...
That the said Ministers also endeavour to stipulate that neither party shall keep any naval force...
The President of Congress will of course have transmitted to Your Excellency the plan lately...
The same Committee submit the following report on the letter of the 3d. instant from the...
The Committee appointed “to consider what arrangements it will be proper to make relatively to...
Whereas it is the desire of Congress when the reduction of the army shall take place to enable...