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Letter not found: from James Bowdoin, 11 May 1776. GW refers in his letter to Bowdoin of 10 June...
The enclosed Declaration is this Moment Sent to me by the Sheriff, which I thought necessary to...
At the time your Excellency’s Letter was received, requesting the Aid of this Government in...
Boston, 2 February 1777 . “The Council being much crowded with public business could not write to...
Mr Robt Temple, at whose request this is written, waits on your Excy to procure the favour of...
I thank your Excellency for the Letter you caused to be Sent to me Some time ago. As it came from...
It is a happy circumstance for my Friend Robt Temple Esqr. that he will meet with your Excy at...
A new Constitution of Government being generally apprehended necessary for this State, a majority...
A new Constitution of Government being generally apprehended necessary for this State, a majority...
Yesterday at 5 o’Clock p.m. I received your Excellency’s Letter of the 15th with the enclosed for...
Since the last Post, by Which I had the Honour of writing to you, I have seen a Gentleman well...
By the Post I had the honour of your Letter of the 14th Instant, And am happy to find that the...
Previous to the Receipt of the Letter from the Committee of Congress of the 19th inst. inclosing...
Your Letter of July 4th is now under Consideration & are not a little mortified that such is the...
Your Excellency’s favors of the 19th & 22d inst have been received & Communicated to the Council...
We are favored with Your Excellency’s Letters of the 1st & 8th Currt. The State of the Treasury...
Yesterday arrived the frigate Alliance in forty days from L’Orient. She has on board 2000 Stands...
Your Letters dated August 27th and 28th Instt have been received, and considered by the Board....
It must give the highest satisfaction to every friend of the Union, that the same Gentleman, who...
Letter not found: from James Bowdoin, 18 Feb. 1789. On 9 May GW wrote to Bowdoin : “Since my...
I have the honour of enclosing to your Excellency a Letter I just now received from Wm Wetmore...
Letters of this kind would need apology, or rather would, in every view, be unwarrantable, if the...