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A confidential intimacy with our common friend M r. Gerry, with whom I have served during the...
I had the honor to write to you under date of the second of November, at which time the congress...
M r. Hancock has accepted as President of Congress and will be here in a few days; Seven States...
Seven States only have been represented in congress since October, of consequence very few...
M r. Alsop of this city, whom you must recollect as a delegate from this State to congress in...
By the January Packet I was honored with your letter of the 23. of December, and by M r. Anstey...
It has undoubtedly been said in England that the act of congress of the 15. of February relative...
You will undoubtedly hear much of the tumultuous and irregular conduct of a considerably numerous...
I had the honor to write to you under date of the second of November, at which time the congress...
M r. Hancock has accepted as President of congress and will be here in a few days; Seven States...
Seven States only have been represented in congress since October, of consequence very few...
M r. Wingrove who some months since arrived here from England with a recommendation from you to M...
M r. Alsop of this city, whom you must recollect as a delegate from this State to congress in...
By the January Packet I was honored with your letter of the 23. of December, and by M r. Ansley...
It has undoubtedly been said in England that the act of congress of the 15. of February relative...
The convention proposed to have been held at Annapolis in the last month on the subject of...
You will undoubtedly hear much of the tumultuous and irregular conduct of a considerably numerous...
I do myself the Honor of introducing to your civilities Doctor Provost, Chaplain to Congress and...
By Capt. Boudinot who sailed in January, I wrote to Col. Smith informing him particularly of the...
Letters are this moment received from Genl. Lincoln giving the pleasing intelligence that he...
I intended to have written to you previously to my departure from New York—Mr. Jay has...
I beg leave to recommend to your good offices, and friendly protection, the bearer Mrs. Mercer of...
Federal is an association of distinct Govt: into one—these fed. Govt. in some instances legislate...
I have made an arrangement to forward by express the result of the convention of New Hampshire to...
Our convention this day ratified the constitution 187 affirmatives 168 negatives the majority...
Extra[c]t of a Letter from a Gentleman in Boston of the 4th. March 1787. to R King— “—— has come...
Mad: agrees wth. Wilson in his difinition of executive powers—executive powers ex vi termini, do...
This speech preceded Wilson’s motion, seconded by JM, to combine the judiciary with the executive...
Charles Cotesworth Pinckney moved that the members of the first branch of the legislature...
I send you a copy of the confederation between the New England Colonies, together with a few...
We may have 360 members in our Convention, not more than 330 have yet taken their Seats....
Our convention proceeds slowly. An apprehension that the liberties of the people are in danger,...
Our prospects are gloomy, but hope is not entirely extinguished. Gerry has not returned to the...
I hope your information will be confirmed; that the Tide is again turning in favor of the...
This day for the first our President Mr. Hancock took his Seat in convention, and we shall...
I inclose a newspaper of yesterday containing the propositions communicated by Mr. Hancock to the...
I have the satisfaction to inform you that on the final Question of assinting to & ratifying the...
I leave this city Tomorrow for Boston, and shall be extremely obliged to you to inform me of the...
I most sincerely congratulate you on the decision of your convention, and am pleased to hear from...
We have the honor of addressing this by our worthy friend, the honorable Mr. Sayre, who was...