Begin a
search

Author

Sort: Frequency / Alphabetical

Show: Top 10 / Top 50

Recipient

Sort: Frequency / Alphabetical

Show: Top 10 / Top 50

Period

Dates From

Dates To

Results 26011-26040 of 182,719 sorted by author
No. Author Recipient Title Date Context
26011 Brooks, A. H. Jefferson, Thomas To Thomas Jefferson from A. H. Brooks, 25 July 1822 1822-07-25 you will please to Excuse me for wrighing to you also Excuse the many faults that will be in this...
26012 Brooks, David Washington, George To George Washington from David Brooks, 10 August 1783 1783-08-10 Of the articles which Your Excellency has specified in your Letter of this date, we can supply...
26013 Brooks, David Washington, George To George Washington from David Brooks, 1 April 1782 1782-04-01 I am sorry to trouble your Excellency immediately upon your Arrival; but some matters of...
26014 Brooks, David Humphreys, David From David Brooks to David Humphreys, 24 January 1783 1783-01-24 Mr Moylan in a Letter of the 16th writes me as follows, viz. "—In my last I advised you that I...
26015 Brooks, David Humphreys, David From David Brooks to David Humphreys, 8 March 1783 1783-03-08 I am sorry I am reduced to the Necessity of entering a most grievous and heavy complaint against...
26016 Brooks, David Washington, George To George Washington from David Brooks, 11 November … 1783-11-11 As your Excellency is about taking a final Leave of the Army, I beg leave to trouble you with a...
26017 Morris, Richard Report of a Committee of the New York State Society of … 1786-07-06 The Committee to whom were referred the proceedings of the Society of the Cincinnati, at their...
26018 Brooks, James G. Jefferson, Thomas To Thomas Jefferson from James G. Brooks, 11 August … 1823-08-11 Will you accept of a Masonic Address which accompanies this letter as a mark of my sincere...
26019 Brooks, Jared Hamilton, Alexander To Alexander Hamilton from Jared Brooks, 5 April 1800 1800-04-05 I presented the Secretary of War with an account of expences inevitably incurred on my tour to...
26020 Brooks, Jared Hamilton, Alexander To Alexander Hamilton from Jared Brooks, 29 March 1800 1800-03-29 I have the honor to enclose to your Excellency—sundry Copies, and a Certificate, relative to my...
26021 Brooks, John Washington, George To George Washington from John Brooks, 7 July 1789 1789-07-07 I have sustained a conflict in my own mind for some time past relative to the present address. At...
26022 Brooks, John Hamilton, Alexander To Alexander Hamilton from John Brooks, 10 October 1799 1799-10-10 I have to acknowledge the receipt of your letter of the 25th. ultimo enclosing a list of the...
26023 Brooks, John Washington, George To George Washington from Lieutenant Colonel John … 1778-05-31 As the great Concerns of the Army must engross your Excellency’s Attention at this Time, it is...
26024 Brooks, John Washington, George To George Washington from Lieutenant Colonel John … 1779-07-13 As I think myself injured by the present arrangement of the Lieutenant Colonels in the...
26025 Brooks, John Hamilton, Alexander To Alexander Hamilton from Lieutenant Colonel John … 1779-08-08 I received yours of the 6th instant, enclosing one from Mr. Dana, yesterday, but was unable, on...
26026 Brooks, John Hamilton, Alexander To Alexander Hamilton from Lieutenant Colonel John … 1779-07-04 Those who, under the sacred pretence of serving their country, are endeavouring to subvert its...
26027 Brooks, John Enclosure: Proposed Arrangement of Recruiting Districts … 1799-03-05 In forming the districts & sub-districts for the recruiting service it will be necessary to have...
26028 Brooks, John Washington, George To George Washington from John Brooks, 13 April 1782 1782-04-13 Lieutenant Andrew Bradford is recommended to his Excellency the Commander in chief for an...
26029 Brooks, John Washington, George To George Washington from Lieutenant Colonel John … 1777-02-21 Major Willm Hull, the Gentleman your Excellency was pleased to appoint to Colo. Michael Jackson’s...
26030 Brooks, John Washington, George To George Washington from John Brooks, 15 March 1783 1783-03-15 Report was made to me this morning by my Quarter Master that the beef in store was unfit to be...
26031 Brooks, Peter C. Madison, James To James Madison from Peter C. Brooks, 12 June 1801 … 1801-06-12 12 June 1801, Boston. Relates information on privateers based in Bahamas that seize ships...
26032 Brooks, Peter Chardon Adams, Abigail Brown Brooks From Peter Chardon Brooks to Abigail Brown Brooks … 1826-11-25 You went away without the watch.—How happened it and why did you not mention it in your letter...
26033 Brooks, Peter Chardon Adams, Abigail Brown Brooks From Peter Chardon Brooks to Abigail Brown Brooks … 1826-12-20 I would fain write you a very agree able letter in reply to the affectionate one received from...
26034 Brooks, Samuel Washington, George To George Washington from Samuel Brooks, 13 March 1793 1793-03-13 Embolden’d by the fame of Your excelency’s complacent disposition, I have presum’d (tho a poor...
26035 Broom, Charles R. Madison, James To James Madison from Charles R. Broom, 1 March 1815 1815-03-01 To his Excellency The President of the United States, The Memorial of Charles R. Broom late first...
26036 Broome and Platt Hamilton, Alexander To Alexander Hamilton from Broome and Platt, 30 June … 1786-06-30 New Haven [ Connecticut ] June 30, 1786 . Authorizes Hamilton to collect certain debts owed to...
26037 Broome, George Jefferson, Thomas To Thomas Jefferson from George Broome, 18 June 1806 1806-06-18 George Broome of George Town and County of Washington humbly represents—That your Petitioner...
26038 Broome, John Jefferson, Thomas To Thomas Jefferson from John Broome, 27 March 1807 1807-03-27 Pursuant to the orders of the Senate and Assembly of this State, we have the Honor to inclose you...
26039 Broome, John Jefferson, Thomas To Thomas Jefferson from John Broome, 14 March 1807 1807-03-14 With a ready and cheerful obedience to the orders of the Senate and Assembly, we have the honor...
26040 Broome, Samuel Jefferson, Thomas To Thomas Jefferson from Samuel Broome, 31 August 1803 1803-08-31 I again take the freedom to address your Excellency, on the Subject of my application for an...