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The Congress being Inform’d by a Letter from Genl. Washington, that two Thousand of the...
Cambridge,10 December 1774. printed : Mass. Provincial Congress, Jours. William Lincoln, ed., The...
As Congress have authorized your Excellency to send a proper Officer to take the Command in the...
Cambridge,10 December 1774. printed : Mass. Provincial Congress, Jours. William Lincoln, ed., The...
Mr. Gorham and Mr. Russel, Agents of the Town of Charlestown, have presented to Congress a...
The Undersigned, Agents of the State of New York on the one and the Commonwealth of Massachusetts...
The Subscribers appointed on the part of Mr. Hamilton and Mr. Burke to consider whether there was...
The Representation made to your Excellency by a Board of General officers, touching the...
When you can find leisure, read this & the paper enclosed; & I will promise you not to request...
Permit me, with great sincerity, to congratulate you on your appointment to the office of...
On the 22d instant I received your friendly letter of the 29th of march, twenty three days after...
The Count de Crillon, son of the celebrated Duke, who beseiged Gibralter, & was famous as a great...
I was arrested in my intention to have left my family in time to have met the Senate on the first...
Being here on a few days visit with Mrs. Gerry to her aged parents, & having left six small...
I have read your message, with great attention & pleasure. It is clear, candid, firm & dignified,...
I have heard, Dear Sir, with no small surprize, that charges have been preferred against Doctor...
Enclosed is a letter for our commercial agent at Bourdeaux, & I shall be obliged to you for...
Here I am, my dear Sir, by the partiality of my friends, & discomfiture of my political enemies;...
I am this Day favoured with yours of the 11th. of Novr., and am unhappy to hear that the Flames...
I addressed, at the request of some Gentlemen, a line to you yesterday, introducing the Count de...
This will be delivered by Mr Jarvis lately of Boston, but formerly of this City, Son in Law to Mr...
I informed You a few Days since, that Yourself, M r Chancellor Levingston, & M r J Rutledge, were...
I Received the Letters, with which you were pleased to favor me per Mr. Fessenden on Saturday...
Your obliging letters of the 12th of may , and 21st of June, I have received; and have taken a...
Whilst the late envoys were in Paris, they recommended Mr William Lee, in a letter to Mr...
A few Days since, I rec d your Letter of the 13 th of Decr last, without either of the Arrets...
By the last Post I received from the president of the Senate of Massachusetts a Letter, inclosing...
§ From Elbridge Gerry. 7 April 1814, Washington. “I have the Honor of enclosing another letter...
After declaring that neither the Letter from Mr. Marbois nor the conversation respecting the...
I had the honor last week of addressing a line of introduction to yourself, of my neighbour John...