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The legion of Colo. Armand which was stationed here to be refitted for service has for some time...
The inclosed letters from Colo. Turpin will in some measure explain to you the reason of my...
I do myself the honour of inclosing you a letter received from Mr. mr Thomas Smith as agent for...
Your Excellency’s letter of the 25th. Ult. on the determination of Congress as to their future...
[ Annapolis, 12 Dec. 1783 . Entry in SJL reads: “Governor. Definitive treaty—British proclamation...
I had the honour of writing to your Excellency on the 12th. instant on the subject of the...
The present week affords us nothing new for communication unless it be the affecting scene of...
Letters from Holland from the middle to the last of September inform us that the citizens of the...
No post having arrived here from the Southward during the present month till this day, and being...
The Southern post, which had not come in for three weeks past, surprised us by his arrival...
The inclosed papers from Oliver Pollock came to our hands a few days ago. Ignorance of the...
Since our late dispatches from Mr. Adams we have received nothing from our ministers in Europe....
We have the honor to inclose to your Excellency the copy of a petition from some of the...
Mr. Hardy’s illness and Colo. Mercer’s absence deranged the order in which the office of...
I have the honour to inform your Excellency that Congress have accepted the Cession of our...
Since my last nothing material has occurred. The Indiana Company some days ago preferred a...
In my letter of the 3d inst. I mentioned to you the gazette account of a change in the British...
We inclose to your Excellency by the bearer Mr. McAlister an Exemplification of the deed of...
[ Annapolis, 24 Mch. 1784 . Entry in SJL reads: “Govr. Introducing McAlister.” Letter not found;...
I must first apologize for not sending you a copy of the constitutions before this by assuring...
We have received no foreign intelligence through any authentic channel since the letter from Dr....
No authentic intelligence from Europe. Public papers as late as the 27th. of January state Mr....
Your Excellencies favour of the 2nd. Inst. I was this day honoured with. It was not my Idea or...
[ Annapolis, 16 Apr. 1784. Entry in SJL reads: “Govr. Loan office debt established—requisitions...
[ Annapolis, 27 Apr. 1784. Entry in SJL reads: “Govr. Post delays—not stopped here—Genl. W’s...
I do myself the honor of inclosing you an act of Congress on the subject of Western territory as...
Mr. Jeffersons letter of this date will give your Excellency every Communication that is worth...
The duty of correspondence for the Month being devolved on me, and no authentic intelligence from...
Since my letter of this morning the post has arrived and brought us a letter from Dr. Franklin of...
[ Annapolis, 8 May 1784 . Entry in SJL reads: “Govr. Valedictory-tender of service to state.” Not...
We do ourselves the honor of transmitting to your Excellency, a Copy of the Journals of Congress,...
A few days after my arrival here Colo. Le Maire writer of the inclosed letter called on me and...
The bearer hereof Colo. Le Maire who was in the service of the Comw. of Virga. during the late...
The letter of July 20. 1784 with which your Excellency was pleased to honour me and which...
I wrote you by the last post that some objections had been started in debate on the justice of...
The American Philosophical society (at Philadelphia ) are in possession of a MS. journal of Col o...
Your favor of Dec. 14. came to hand last night only, and that of July 11. was the only previous...