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ALS : American Philosophical Society Please to accept My Sincere congratulations for the...
AL : American Philosophical Society Dr. Calder presents his respectful Compts to Dr. Franklin, &...
If I forget not I had the honour of mentioning to you in conversation, that in consequence of a...
Although personally unknown to you, at least, I fear, unrecollected, I address you frankly as a...
A knowledge of the deep and lively interest you take in the literature and science of our...
Your obliging letter, of the 20th. ultimo, has been duly received, and claims my acknowledgments...
Allow me, sir, to solicit your acceptance of the inclosed poem. Written in much haste, during my...
As it is not known to me whether or not you have had an opportunity of becoming acquainted with...
Mr. Alfred Balch being desirous of going to Europe with the public dispatches about to be sent...
In consequence of an application made to me last week by Genl Irwin I did interest myself to...
The Comy General having requested me to convey to the Count D’Estaing Your Excellencys present, I...
Letter not found: from James Caldwell, 4 Dec. 1776. In his letter to Hancock of 6 Dec. , GW...
I inclose your excellency a letter from General Stirlings B.M. in answer to one I wrote to them...
The rout ordered for Stores from Springfield to Kings Ferry is now become dangerous. The last...
I do hope you will not take offense at my presumption in now addressing you. You Sir may probably...
The great desire I have to assist The Bearer of this, Mr. William Cowan, Urges Me to take the...
Lord Stirling has no doubt acquainted your Excellency with the Order he published after leaving...
Yesterday I expected to have waited upon your excellency, to communicate such intelligence as had...
Our situation here is exceedingly distressing. Parties out continually after every active Whig,...
“Ever witness for him” “Those twins of learning that he rais’d in you,” “Ipswich and Oxford one...
Experience of your Excellencys patience & readiness to indulge the Country where consistent,...
At the request of Capt. McLeod I transmit you his Petition for a pass to New York. And have only...
This day the Commissioners met at the Jersey Camp to hear the Claims of those Soldiers who...
I have the honor to acknowledge the receipt of your letter of the 27th. ult. inclosing a...
I have the honor to send inclosed herewith an account of the american vessels which have entered...
A few days after I had received from Mr. Lear a commission of the President of the US. dated the...
17 July 1801, Philadelphia. Acknowledges receipt of JM’s 27 June letter [not found] with...
1 January 1802, Santo Domingo. Encloses account of American vessels in port during previous six...
It is with the pleasure of hope that I presume to address you on a subject of very little account...
The Petition of Samuel Caldwell of the City of Philadelphia most Respectfully Sheweth. That your...