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I have the Honer of transmitting to you, an address from the Grand & general Juries, summoned to attend the Circuit Court of the United States, lately held in the Town of Dover; agreeably to their request—I have the Honor to be with the highest respect Your most Obt hble Servt RC ( DLC ); at foot of text: “His Excellency Thos. Jefferson”; endorsed by TJ as received 15 June and so recorded in...
At the request of a number of respectable Citizens of the County of Kent in this State, I have the Honor of transmitting to you, an address soliciting the removal of Allen McLane, from the office of Collector of the Customs, for the Port of Wilmington. I know of no Character more obnoxious to the republicans of this State than Mr. McLane, no one who has taken more undue means to crush the...
Finding by a Resolve of the Hnble the Continental Congress of March last respecting the Commutation of the half pay of the retiring & deranged Officers they are requested to signify to your Excellency their Acceptance or refusal thereof in six months; I beg leave therefore to inform your Excellency at the request, & on Behalf of the retiring & deranged Officers of the Delaware regt that they...
From a Letter received by the President of the Delaware State from Genl Green I Stand charged with sundry matters which appear from the manner of the Charge to be weighty, a Copy whereof I have taken the Liberty to enclose; I have to request that your Excellency would be pleased to order, that my Tryal should be held at Philadelphia or Head Quarters for the following Reasons. A Dispute at this...
Letter not found : from Col. David Hall, 17 June 1779. GW wrote Hall on 21 June: “I have received your letter of the 17th.”
ALS : Historical Society of Pennsylvania Your last kind Letter to me, was dated June 11, 1770. in Answer to mine of the 17th. of March preceding. What Money I have since received on our Company Account is as follows, viz. For the Gazette, from February 17, 1770 to Jany. 28, 1772 £358 13 s. By Cash received for Work done, as credited in the Ledger, in the above mentioned Time 181 17 s. 10½ d....
ALS : Historical Society of Pennsylvania The last Letter I had the Pleasure of receiving from you, was dated April 14, 1767, since which I have wrote you twice, but have not been favoured with an Answer to either of those Letters. In that Letter you acknowledged the Utility of settling our Accounts, and promised to forward the Paper of Remarks you made, on looking over the Settlement by Mr....
Letterbook copy: Salem County Historical Society, Salem, N.J. The Reason of my not writing to you more fully is, that I was [recently?] informed by Mrs. Franklin, you designed to set out for Philadelphia in the Month of May or June next. The Thoughts of seeing you here [ torn ] I assure you, is most pleasing to me, and I heartily wish you a safe Voyage, [and?] every Thing that is agreeable on...
Letterbook copy: American Philosophical Society I have your Favours of the 12th August, and 27th of September, now before me, which I ask Pardon for not answering sooner, but you may believe the Delay, did not proceed from Want of Respect. As to the Contents of that, of the 26th. August, I need say nothing relating to them, as Mr. Brown, who is with you long before this can reach, will be able...
MS Account Book: American Philosophical Society This ledger, labeled “Franklin & Hall No. 1,” contains four separate lists and accounts relating to David Hall’s operation of the partnership of Franklin and Hall from 1748 to 1766. Three are lists of cash payments for printing work; the fourth is an invoice of books and stationery in Franklin’s shop when the partnership began. The amounts...