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I Take the Liberty of inclosing your Excellency a motion which I intend making in Congress...
I have this moment recd Dispatches from Cu. which I have the honor to enclose to Your...
I have recd yours of the 25th of April from Philada. I could not, without being guilty of the...
MS ( NA : PCC , No. 25, I, 411–16). According to the endorsement and the printed journal, this...
From the many Applications I make free to Address your Excellency once more in behalf of the...
You are desired immediately to embody so many of your Militia as you can arm from your County and...
You are desired immediately to embody so many of your Militia as you can arm, if Colo. Innes...
The Depositions of sundry Gentlemen respecting Edward Woneycott Master of the Flag of Truce Brig,...
As it may be necessary to reestablish the Batteries at Gloucester and York Town, and for this...
Having received information that divers Citizens of this Commonwealth in the Counties of James...
This will be handed to you by Mr. Greive who goes to America with the Resolution of establishing...
On the first of May I went to the Hague, and wrote to his Excellency Peter Van Bleiswick Esqr....
May I begg leave to inform yoúr Excellency of the invitation I have gott on a súdden to vizit...
ALS : National Archives, American Philosophical Society; transcript: National Archives Enclos’d...
Copy: Library of Congress I have received your Favour of the 19th. past. It may be as you observe...
The daily arrival of recruits from the eastward has so filled the barracks that more cannot be...
The General Assembly have, in compliance with your Excellencys request, voted the tents &c. for...
Your Letters of the 30th of April & 2nd of May, together with the Proceedings of the Court...
I have had the honor of receiving Your Excellency’s Letter of the 28th of April, and of...
Colonel Humphreys letter (by your Excellency’s direction) of the 2nd instant I have received. As...
Richmond, 3 May 1781 . Encloses an extract of a letter from William Claiborne, “one of the...
[ Richmond, 3 May 1781 .] “The army is in extreme want of cartridges. If you can by any means...
I am very sorry for the delay which has happened in sending the passport. I received it the 20th....
In consequence of our exposed situation, I have to beg our draught may be suspended. This county...
Copy: Library of Congress; transcript: National Archives It is so long since I heard from you,...
ALS : South Carolina Historical Society; copies (two): Library of Congress Inclos’d is a Letter I...
52177[Diary entry: 4 May 1781] (Washington Papers)
4th. A Letter of the Baron de Steuben’s from Chesterfield Court House Virga. dated the 21st....
Instantly on the receipt of your Letter of the 16th Ulto (which came to hand in two days from the...
I had the Honor of addressing your Excly in a Letter of the 30th Ulto on the Subject of the...
The enclosed news-paper came to hand the last evening. The officer commanding the water guards...
The freedom of your communications is an evidence to me of the sincerety of your attachment—and...
I was favor’d yesterday with your Letter of the 30h of April & shall as soon as possible send the...
Alarming accounts of the state of Provisions at Fort Schuyler, having this moment been received,...
His Excellency does not apprehend any danger from the Enemy who have lately made their appearance...
Mr Tilghman favoured me to day with the act of Congress relative to a barrack master to the...
Colo. pickering will be pleased to make the appointment and send it to His Excellency who will...
I this moment have received by a way which is known to your Excellency, intelligences of the 29th...
Yesterday I received under cover of a letter from General Clinton dated the proceeding the day...
the Inclosed is the paper which I mentioned in my Letter of this day and which I had forgot to...
Maj. Lomagne will represent to your Excellency the present State of Colo. Armands Corps—the...
You shall receive the money necessary for the purchase of the horses as fast as it can be...
As prisoners of War on parole at this place we beg leave to address the Executive, hoping no...
You were here when our council was broke up by the departure of Colo. Fleming since which we have...
I am exceedingly sorry that the public Situation should be such as to render it necessary to call...
Kaskaskias, 4 May 1781 . Humbly profess their loyalty and services to George Rogers Clark,...
I Have just now the Pleasure of receiving your letter of yesterdays date. I am happy in having it...
[ Camp Bottom’s Bridge, ca. 4 May 1781 . In a letter to Major Lomagne, replying to an urgent...
We have Sent you one hundred & Sixteen dollars in New York state money by Mr. George Fisher; when...
[ De Peyster’s Point, New York ] May 5, 1781 . “… I shall … thank you if you can conveniently do...
Fishkill [ New York ] May 5, 1781 . Has forwarded Hamilton’s request to Colonel Alexander...