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Mr. Pelham having very obligingly procured me the means of addressing you, I take this first opportunity of representing to you the Circumstances and situation of the two Gentlemen at present in confinement along with me. I am to suppose they have been put in Prison for having acted under my orders. If there be any criminality in those orders Justice demands that I alone should be the...
I had the Honour to write to you three Months Since, in order to Obtain permission, for a Short time, to go into New York. Hitherto I have had no Answer, thro’ which I am Apprehensive you did not receive my Letter. Notwithstanding I hope this will come safe to hand & meet your Excellency’s favorable Approbation and Answer. As I now Request, that you will be pleased to grant me a parole to go...
Having been informed that Congress had referred to your Excellency the affair of exchange for all prisoners of war, I am induced to think the government of Virginia has relinquished the claim to myself and other persons taken at the same time, as prisoners to that particular State. As in the proposals hitherto made for an exchange of prisoners, I have been particularly excepted, I have to hope...
I Henry Hamilton Lieutenant Governour and Superintendent of Detroit do hereby acknowledge myself a Prisoner of War to the Commonwealth of Virginia and having permission from his Excellency Thomas Jefferson Governor of the said Commonwealth to go to New York do pledge my faith and most sacredly promise upon my Parole of Honor that I will not do, say, write or cause to be done, said or written...