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Cambridge,10 December 1774. printed : Mass. Provincial Congress, Jours. William Lincoln, ed., The...
In Complyance with your Request We have considered of what you proposed to us, and are obliged to...
As Surgeons of the continental Hospital we take the Freedom to address you upon an Occasion which...
My Concern for your Welfare induced me carefully to watch the Weather till I conjectured you had...
Altho I have at present but little Leisure, I cannot omit writing you a few Lines by this...
The Congress being Inform’d by a Letter from Genl. Washington, that two Thousand of the...
Before this reaches you, you will have heard of the Arrival of near an hundred more of the...
I sit down to write in great Haste as the post is just going. I reached P. Ferry on tuesday Six...
I very gratefully acknowledge the Receipt of your Letter dated the of August. I should have...
I am much obligd to you for your two Letters of the 8th and 14th of this Month, which I receivd,...
I have every Day for a Month past been anxiously expecting the Pleasure of seeing you here, but...
Mr. Gorham and Mr. Russel, Agents of the Town of Charlestown, have presented to Congress a...
As Congress have authorized your Excellency to send a proper Officer to take the Command in the...
Although we are exceedingly pressd with publick Business at this Juncture, I cannot omit the...
Your Favor of the 24th of May did not reach my hand till yesterday. The Gentleman who brought it,...
I gladly embrace the first opportunity I have had of writing to you since you left this Country....
I wrote to you several Times when I was at Boston, and receivd your Favor by the Marquis de la...
The Marquis de la Fayette is so obliging as to take the Care of this Letter, which, for the Sake...
I have already written to you this Day by the Marquis de Lafayatte. This passes thro the Hands of...
Col o John Trumbull, the Son of the worthy Governor of Connecticutt is the Bearer of this Letter....
I have not receivd a Letter from you of a later Date than the 10 th of Sept r. last. Extracts of...
I received several of your Letters with Pleasure, particularly that of May, which I will answer...
I cannot omit the Opportunity of writing by Monsr de le Etombe who is going to France & will take...
The Governour of this Commonwealth will transmit to you Copies of Letters which lately passed...
Doctor Gordon is to deliver you this Letter. He is going to the Land of his Nativity, wishing for...
There are two great Objects which I think should engage the Attention of Patriots here, & which...
Doctor Gordon is to deliver you this Letter. He is going to the Land of his Nativity, wishing for...
There are two great Objects which I think should engage the Attention of Patriots here, & which...
Or may it plese your Excellency, I imbrace this oppertunety to address your Excellency: it is...
It was not till the Begining of this Month that I had the Honor of receiving your Favor of the...
Your Excellencys Letter of the 25th instant to this Committee together with an extract from...
I am very loth to trespass upon your precious time; but shall be happy with your leave to...
I have very lately written to you recommending a Young Gentleman by the name of Winthrop. I pray...
Your Letter of the 29th. of March came duly to my hand. I sincerely congratulate our Country on...
Doctr: Eustis will be so kind as to deliver you this Letter.—I am perswaded, you will find him a...