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ALS : American Philosophical Society Altho I never had the honor of a personal Acquaintance with your Excellency, yet as my Patron, the Hon’ R Morris, hath in some measure, by his Letter of the 22d. Instant respecting the Baron D’Arndt, presented me to your knowledge as an Officer under Congress, and presuming in that humanity which hath been shown to our poor Bretheren, confined in the Jails...
I beg leave to inform your Excellency that in Consequence of the Resolution of Congress giving The Revd Mr Batwell of Yorktown, the alternative of taking the Oath of Allegiance to the state of Pennsilva. or going into the City of Philada in order to embark with his Family for Europe, that agreable to his choice the Board have given him, a Passport for himself, his Wife, two Children, his...
Letter not found: from Joseph Nourse, 16 Jan. 1778. GW wrote Richard Peters on 24–25 Jan. that he had received a letter “of Mr Nourse of the 16th.”
The Resolves of Congress, directing every board to deliver into the secretary’s Office, all original Letters referr’d to them address’d to Congress, I have with the advice and direction of Mr. Peters deliver’d in all Papers up to the 1st. Instant. Mr. Houston is arranging them, and preparing to have copies made out for the Committee, and desires me to inform you, he will be happy to see you,...
As the Secretary is out of Town, I am directed by the Board of War, to transmit to your Excellency two Extracts of the Letter to them referr’d by Congress, from General Schyler dated Albany the 7th Inst., your Excellency being the best judge what measures shou’d be taken, and Orders issued on the occasion; which they leave entirely to you. I am, with the greatest respect Your Excellency’s most...