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It is with much diffidence and hesitation, that, I presume to address your Excellency at a period, when business and applications must croud upon your time and patience; But urged by some of my friends, and relying on Your Excellency’s well known goodness, I am encouraged, with all possible deference and respect, briefly to put you in mind of an old and, I hope, not an unworthy Servant of the...
By a Certificate dated at Passy the 8th. of August 1784 and signed by Doctor Franklin, copy of which I do myself the honor of enclosing, it appears that the Treasury Certificates therein mentioned, of monies due by the United States to General du Portail, General Laumoy and Colo. Gouvion, were at their request lodged in the office of His Excellency, in order to remain there or in the office of...
I have the honor of enclosing a letter from Major Gambs of the Regiment of Bourbonnois, Addressed to your Excellency; together with duplicate of the same, and also copy of a letter from him to Daniel Roberdeau Esquire —They came to my hand a few days ago, under covers to Mr Roberdeau, in whose absence, as his Attorney, I opened them, and as such, I take the liberty of troubling your Excellency...
By last Post I was honored with your Excellency’s favour of the 18th February, and have the pleasure of informing you that, As the Entry of your Accounts in the principal Books had been delayed, purposely until I should be favoured with your sentiments on the mode of the Statements transmitted your Excellency, it is still in my power to correct the impropriety of charging the persons, whose...
I have the Honour, and the singular pleasure of transmitting, inclosed to your Excellency, copies of your Accots for family expences, Secret Services, and other Contingencies, commencing in June 1775 and ending Decemr 8th 1783, as officially Stated at the Treasury, By which it appears that a balance of Seven hundred and twenty Seven dollars & 7/10 of a dollar Specie, is due by the United...