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I have to inform you that a very considerable debt has been incurred upon you as Financier of the...
I have just now been honored with your two Favors of the 17th & 19th Instant ⅌ Mr Ridley—I have...
I use the present Opportunity to return to you the Bill drawn in my Favor on Messrs Richards &...
Colo. Harrison of the Artillery, who will deliver you this—is going to Philadelphia on public...
It is of such essential consequence, in my opinion, that the Army should be regularly supplied...
I have received your two favrs of Yesterday No. 1 & 2. I find myself so pressud by Circumstances,...
Every Day discovers to me the increasg Necessity of some Money for the Troops—I hope by this Time...
Capt. Machin of the Artillery is detached to pursue some deserters from that Corps—he will have...
Accounts brought by several Vessels to Philada and to the Eastward leave little doubt but that...
Immediately after you left Camp, I applied to Mr Tarlé the French Intendant and requested to know...