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[1775] . “Your Petitioner being a man in years and being One troubled With rhumatizm and Other...
Convinced of the utility, the necessity, at all times, of a well disciplined militia, to every...
I have procured a Copy of Dr Savage’s Bill Which I now inclose you with the other papers, as I...
I this Day received a Survey of 578 Acres Land for you, from Mr Thos Lewis, on the Ohio for...
We are under some doubt whether we did not agree at the last meeting to take the Fashion of the...
Mr Robert Rutherford has put into my hands a Letter directed to you in Wmsburg or in case of your...
We have just recievd a letter from the Officers of the independant Company of Spotsylvania which...
By intelligence from Williamsburg it appears that Capt. Collins of his Majestys Navy at the head...
The County of Albemarle in General & the Gentlemen Volunteers in particular are truly alarmed, &...
It is Immagin’d the first thing, that will Come on the Carpet at the Meeting of the Congress,...
These Fue lines Comes to let you know that we are all Well & & & And on April 5 I Got to Gilbert...
I Am so well sattes fied that You have Got the Last letter that I shall Not right so Full as I...
These lines Comes to Let you know how I go one With improven First I Cleard & got in Corn a bote...
Letter not found: from Martha Washington, 15 June 1775. On 18 June 1775 GW wrote to his wife : “I...
Letter not found: from John Parke Custis, 15 June 1775. On 19 June 1775 GW wrote to Custis : “I...
In Complyance with your Request, I have considered of what you proposed, and am obliged to give...
In Complyance with your Request, I have considered of what you proposed, and am obliged to give...
I n C ongress T he delegates of the United Colonies of New-hampshire, Massachusetts bay,...
In Complyance with your Request We have considered of what you proposed to us, and are obliged to...
In Congress This Congress having appointed you to be General & Commander in chief of the army of...
Last night I was Honourd by the receipt of your Obliging Letter of 17th Instant, I shall Obey...
In Complyance with your Request We have considered of what you proposed to us, and are obliged to...
I [am] verey Sorrey to Enform you I Recved a Letter from Mr Cleaveland of the 7th of June wherein...
At a Time when the most loyal of his Majesties Subjects, from a Regard to the Laws and...
By Direction of the Congress I now Transmitt you severall Resolutions pass’d yesterday, by which...
Recommend the bearer John Parke, who “is an Ensign in the 2d Battalion of the Militia here, and...
Nothing material has occurred since you left this place, except the imperfect accounts we have of...
This Court have had information from many respectable Persons, That intelligence is constantly...
I do myself the Honor to advise your Excellency that the Connecticut Troops, that arrived in this...
Transmits by order of the Rhode Island general assembly “the inclosed Vote, putting the Rhode...
The Congress of the Massachusetts Colony impress’d with every Sentiment of Gratitude, and...
4 July 1775. Recommends the bearer, “Mr. White, the Son of Anthony White Esq’r of New Jersey. . ....
As Pomroy is now Absent and at the distance of an hundred miles from the Army, if it can be...
Since my last to you by Alexander the Express nothing has Taken place in Congress that...
You were pleased the other day to mention to Colonel Warren and me, as your opinion, that it was...
This Congress had Ordered the inclosed Resolution to be prepared and sent to Generals Ward &...
Medford [Mass.] 6 July 1775 . “Tho’ I am quite a Stranger to your Excellency, yet the peculiarity...
May it please your Excellency:—The bearer, Capt. Brown, is the officer who took the horses that...
States “that he has received the repeated Commands of his Father, now a resident in Boston, to...
We inclose a Resolution of our Assembly authorising us to recommend proper Officers for the...
Your favor of the 20 Ulo notifying your Intended departure for the Camp, we Received; and after...
Since my last to you, nothing has Taken place in Congress particularly Respecting your...
General Folsom begs leave to lay before your Excellency a Memorandum of what is immediately...
A Maister of a vesel that Came out of Boston Saturday Night in order to Take Charge of a vesel at...
I beg Leave to congratulate your Excellency upon your being appointed General of the Armies of...
Letter not found: from the Massachusetts Committee of Supplies, 12 July 1775. On 12 July Horatio...
My friend Mr George Baylor will be the bearer of this, who has caught such a Military Ardor as to...
Recommend “the bearer Mr George Baylor, not only on Account of the memory of his worthy Father,...
Suffer me to join in Congratulating you, on your appointment to be General and Commander in Chief...
I have to observe to your Excellency, That the Honorable Congress have altered the Arrangement of...