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As Surgeons of the continental Hospital we take the Freedom to address you upon an Occasion which...
I beg the Favour of your Excellencys excusing my taking up your time by interfereing with That...
I communicated your answer to his Excellency. He thinks the little falls too near the enemy and...
This packet will be delivered you by Mr Lindsay manager of the Baltimore Theatre, who waits upon...
I wrote you upon a variety of matters by Major Lynch, and as some of them were interesting I hope...
I have placed my resignation in the hands of one of the electors but he omitted forwarding it to...
I have the honor to communicate to your Excellency (in addition to my information through Mr...
If you are not in the humor to read a long letter do, prithee, give this to the child to play...
Having been elected one of the Senate for the State of Maryland I beg leave to resign the rank of...
I am just now honored with your letter of the 6th. You have indeed gone over a great deal of...
I would have thanked your Excellency for your very interesting letter, if I had not waited to...
In consequence of the inclosed application to Gen: Howe the sick privates and those who remained...
I am going to receive your thanks for putting it in your power to do good. A Miss Howard, a...
I reckon, my dear sir, among the contrasted events which have diversified my life, to have been...
Because I have no reason to believe myself forgotten, notwithstanding you have not written to me...
Doctor Craik gives me but a moment to acknowlege your Excellency’s letter of the 12 of last...
Steiner, James McHenry Bernard C. Steiner, The Life and Correspondence of James McHenry...
I am now able to reply to your letter of the 12th instant. I thought to have done it sooner, but...
As the within to Col. Tilghman is on business of a public nature, I have taken the liberty to...
You will forgive me for not writing to you sooner and attribute it to its real cause, not want of...
[ Paramus, New Jersey, December 6, 1778 . “… desire Colo. Harrison to write to Genl. Greene on...
One of the best old ladies in the world who has one of the cleverest young ladies for a daughter...
In order to get rid of your present accumulations you will be pleased to take the pills agreeable...
His Excellency commands me to acknowlege and thank you for the News-papers and your letter of—....
Observing it asserted in Gen. Howes letter to your Excy of the 21st April Ulto that “one half of...
I would beg leave to mention to your Excellency, a matter in which I feel too much to be longer...
His Excellency requests that you will without delay take post with your Regiment in a situation...