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Yours of the 10th Inst. covering a Letter to you from Mr. French was duly received. On examining the files of this Dept. it appears that his recommendations for a Commission in the Army were placed on file, but burnt with all the other papers of that description when the enemy were at this place. I return you Mr. French’s letter, And am with great respect & esteem—yours &c RC ( DLC ). Docketed...
Your favor of the 30th Ult. covering three hundred & forty five dollars was duly received, and I now enclose the acknowledgment of Mr. Smith for the Money. As it was not indispensably necessary that the interest should be now paid upon more than one of your Notes, and as Mr. Cutts suggested to me that it would be convenient for you to make a different appropriation of a part of the Money, I...
Your favor of the 27th Ult. was received in due course of the mail, but as the Board of Director[s] of the Branch Bank did not meet until yesterday, I postponed an answer untill I could advise you of the success of your application; and I have now the satisfaction to inform you that the Board have assented to your proposition, and I have requested Mr. Smith to forward to you in due time the...
Your Letter of the 20th Inst. has been received, & the one enclosed for Mr. Smith delivered to him. With great regard yr. obt. Sert. RC ( DLC ). Docketed by JM . Letter not found.
Believing that you would be surprized to find my official conduct impeached, I now forward the Report of the Committee with the accompanying documents, which have been printed only within a few days—I also enclose a Copy of a Letter from your old Friend Mr Tiffin, which I did not deem necessary to publish with the documents, but which is as honorable a testimonial of his goodness of heart, as...
Your very kind and obliging favor was duly received. In compliance with your request I enclose an accurate Copy of the original draught of the declaration of rights as presented to the Committee by Coll. Geo. Mason of Gunston. It is furnished by Genl. John Mason, and I have compared it with the original, which with the endorsements, I know to have been written in the hand writing of Coll....
I now enclose the Copy of a fragment of a letter from Coll. Geo: Mason dated the 2d of Octr. 1778, alluded to in my last communication to you—This fragment written in the hand writing of Coll. Mason closes the last page of a sheet of paper, the remaining pages are missing—altho the paper is not addressed to any one it is known to have been a Copy of a Letter from Coll. Mason to Coll. Geo:...