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ALS : Yale University Library I have your Favours of July 23. and Aug. 3. but that you mention to...
I have your Favours of July 23. and Aug. 3—but that you mention to have wrote ⅌ Mr Balfour, is...
AL (draft): New York Public Library I am much obliged by your kind Care of my unfortunate Letter,...
I am ⟨muc⟩h obliged by your kind Care of my unfortunate Letter, which at last came safe to hand....
ALS : Kunstsammlungen der Veste Coburg The Bearer, Mr. Joseph Belton some time since petitioned...
The Bearer, Mr Joseph Belton, some time since petitioned the Congress for Encouragement to...
Letter not found: from Benjamin Franklin, 16 Aug. 1776. On 18 Aug. GW wrote to Franklin : “I have...
ALS : Yale University Library The Congress having appointed Mr. Adams, Mr. Rutledge and my self,...
The Congress having appointed Mr Adams, Mr Rutledge & my self, to meet Lord Howe, and hear what...
ALS : National Archives; AL (draft): Library of Congress The Bearer, Monsr. Dorcet, is extreamly...
LS and AL (draft): Library of Congress As I see that the Congress has resolved upon raising 3000...
ALS : Library of Congress Count Pulawski of Poland, an Officer famous throughout Europe for his...
ALS (draft): Library of Congress I do every thing in my Power to discourage foreign Officers from...
ALS and copy of each: National Archives The Person who will have the Honour of delivering this to...
AL (draft): American Philosophical Society The Gentleman who will have the Honour of delivering...
AL (draft ): Library of Congress The Marquis de la Fayette, a young Nobleman of great...
ALS : Library of Congress M. de Knobelauch, who will have the Honour of delivering this to you,...
AL (draft): Library of Congress M. Gontier de Biran, who will have the honour of delivering this...
AL (draft): Library of Congress The Gentleman who will have the Honour of waiting upon you with...
ALS (draft): Library of Congress The Bearer, M. de Cambray proposes to go to America with a View...
AL (draft): Library of Congress Three Spanish Gentlemen, Natives of Peru, and Officers in the...
ALS : Bodleian Library, Oxford; copy: Library of Congress M. de Fontevieux, who hopes to have the...
ALS (draft) and two copies: Library of Congress I received but lately the Letter your Excellency...
I received but lately the Letter your Excellen[c]y did me the honour of writing to me in...
(I) LS and copy: Library of Congress; (II) copy: Library of Congress I beg leave to introduce to...
I beg leave to introduce to your Excellency’s Acquaintance & Civilities, Monsr le Chevalier De...
Count Christian and Count William de Deux Ponts Colonel and Lieutenant Colonel of the Regiment of...
Copy: Library of Congress If by any Operation of War in the ensuing Campaign, the Regiment of...
L , AL (draft), and copy: Library of Congress The Bearer Mr. Grieve, goes to Virginia, with an...
The Bearer Mr Grieve, goes to Virginia, with an Intention of settling there, where he has also...
LS and two copies: Library of Congress I received duly the Honour of your Letter accompanying the...
I received duly the Honour of your Letter accompanying the Capitulation of Gen. Cornwallis. All...
LS and copy: Library of Congress I did myself the honour of writing to you a few Days since by...
I did myself the honour of writing to you a few Days since by the Comte de Segur. This Line is...
Permit me to introduce to you the Bearer Mr Hogendorff, of an illustrious Family, and Lieutenant...
I am just arrived from a Country, where the Reputation of General Washington runs very high, and...
I have often thought that the Number of People, who by Curiosity and the Admiration of your...
I have made a rule to myself that your Excellency should not be troubled with any solicitations...
My Malady renders my Sitting up to write rather painful to me, but I cannot let my Son-in-law Mr...