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1 Adams, John John Adams and other members of the Electoral College … 1820-12-05 At a meeting of the Electors of President and Vice President of the United States, holden...
2 Phillips, William Jefferson, Thomas To Thomas Jefferson from William Phillips, 6 April 1781 1781-04-06 I have received your letter dated the 31st. ulto. and am much obliged to you, Sir, for the...
3 Phillips, William Weedon, George William Phillips to George Weedon, 6 April 1781 1781-04-06 The two Flags by Lt. Col. Matthews and Major Callis have been admitted into this place and your...
4 Phillips, William Muhlenberg, John Peter Gabriel William Phillips to J. P. G. Muhlenberg, 3 April 1781 1781-04-03 I have had reported to me by Brigadier General Arnold that he has made several overtures to the...
5 Phillips, William Jefferson, Thomas To Thomas Jefferson from William Phillips, 8 March 1781 1781-03-08 From the following Extract of a Letter I received from General Washington, and which I inclose...
6 Phillips, William Washington, George To George Washington from William Phillips, 23 December … 1780-12-23 Upon the arrival of the Officers of the Troops of Convention several Memorials were presented to...
7 Phillips, William Washington, George To George Washington from William Phillips, 18 December … 1780-12-18 I had the honour of receiving Your Excellency’s letter of the 9th Instant with the Passport for...
8 Phillips, William Washington, George To George Washington from William Phillips, 8 December … 1780-12-08 I take leave to address Your Excellency on the subject of Lieutenant Governor Hamilton and I will...
9 Phillips, William Washington, George To George Washington from William Phillips, 30 November … 1780-11-30 I had the honour of receiving Your Excellency’s letter of the 9th Instant and was made very happy...
10 Phillips, William Jefferson, Thomas To Thomas Jefferson from William Phillips, 28 November … 1780-11-28 I have the honour to acknowledge the receipt of Your Excellency’s letters of the 3rd. and 19th....
11 Phillips, William Washington, George To George Washington from William Phillips, 4 November … 1780-11-04 You will perceive, Sir, by the report of Your Commissary General of Prisoners that the Exchanges...
12 Phillips, William Washington, George To George Washington from William Phillips, 23 October … 1780-10-23 When I was last at Elizabeth Town at the meeting with Major General Lincoln I desired Major...
13 Phillips, William Washington, George To George Washington from William Phillips, 13 October … 1780-10-13 His Excellency General Sir Henry Clinton has been pleased to communicate to me your letter to him...
14 Phillips, William Washington, George To George Washington from William Phillips, 13 October … 1780-10-13 Application having been made by Brigadier Irvine and other principal American Officers prisoners...
15 Phillips, William Washington, George To George Washington from William Phillips, 27 … 1780-09-27 I take the liberty of sending you a deposition inclosed which Your Excellency cannot doubt the...
16 Phillips, William Washington, George To George Washington from William Phillips, 23 … 1780-09-23 His Excellency General Sir Henry Clinton expected I should have met a person from Your Excellency...
17 Phillips, William Washington, George To George Washington from William Phillips, 19 … 1780-09-19 I have the honour of receiving Your Excellency’s letter of the 16th Instant, for which I return...
18 Phillips, William Washington, George To George Washington from William Phillips, 11 … 1780-09-11 I have received Your letter of the 20th of August which I should sooner have answered but that I...
19 Phillips, William Washington, George To George Washington from William Phillips, 23 August … 1780-08-23 The Officers of the Troops of Convention at present on parole at New York, I mean abstracted from...
20 Phillips, William Washington, George To George Washington from William Phillips, 28 July … 1780-07-28 This letter will be delivered to you, Sir, by Messrs Randolph and Fitzhugh who return upon their...
21 Phillips, William Washington, George To George Washington from William Phillips, 19 June … 1780-06-19 His Excellency General Sir Henry Clinton upon his arrival at New York has had the goodness to...
22 Phillips, William Washington, George To George Washington from William Phillips, 19 June … 1780-06-19 I have the honour to inclose Your Excellency the Copy of a letter which has been written to Major...
23 Phillips, William Washington, George To George Washington from William Phillips, 2 June 1780 1780-06-02 I have the honour to inclose for your Excellency’s perusal the copy of a letter I have this day...
24 Phillips, William St. Clair, Arthur A Proposition, [18 March 1780] 1780-03-18 That the Exchange of the first Division of the Troops of Convention according to the proposed...
25 Phillips, William Washington, George To George Washington from Major General William … 1780-03-04 I have the honour to receive Your Excellency’s letter signifying that you have appointed...
26 Phillips, William Jefferson, Thomas To Thomas Jefferson from William Phillips, 1 March 1780 1780-03-01 New York, 1 Mch. 1780 . Introduces Mrs. Maxwell and asks TJ’s “Notice and Protection” in...
27 Phillips, William Washington, George To George Washington from Major General William … 1780-02-21 Colonels Mathews, Ely, and Lieutenant Colonel Ramsey communicated to me your letter to them...
28 Phillips, William Washington, George To George Washington from Major General William … 1780-01-25 I have had the honour to receive all Your Excellency’s letters with the several permissions...
29 Phillips, William Washington, George To George Washington from Major General William … 1780-01-08 I inclose to you, Sir, the Duplicate of a letter I writ to you some days ago concerning Major...
30 Phillips, William Washington, George To George Washington from Major General William … 1779-12-29 Major Gardiner of the 16th Regiment of British Infantry was made a prisoners of War sometime...
31 Phillips, William Jefferson, Thomas To Thomas Jefferson from William Phillips, 16 December … 1779-12-16 New York, 16 Dec. 1779 . A flag-of-truce vessel brings this letter, together with food and stores...
32 Phillips, William Washington, George To George Washington from Major General William … 1779-11-21 The inclosed Copy of a letter which I received by the favour of Colonel Webb will inform Your...
33 Phillips, William Washington, George To George Washington from Major General William … 1779-10-28 I have this Evening received Your Excellency’s letter of the 20th Instant. I have not failed on...
34 Phillips, William Washington, George To George Washington from Major General William … 1779-10-26 Upon reading Your Excellency’s letter of the 30th of September delivered to me by Major Skinner I...
35 Phillips, William Washington, George To George Washington from Major General William … 1779-10-12 I enclose the Copies of two papers which will inform your Excellency by what means Lieutenant...
36 Phillips, William Washington, George To George Washington from Major General William … 1779-10-10 Reports have reached me that a reason for my detention here is my refusing to order to be...
37 Phillips, William Washington, George To George Washington from Major General William … 1779-10-10 If the Reports be true which circulate relating to me and my being detained from going into New...
38 Phillips, William Washington, George To George Washington from Major General William … 1779-10-10 I have been so long without any intercourse with my friends in Europe not having received any...
39 Phillips, William Washington, George To George Washington from Major General William … 1779-10-06 I shall answer the letter you have, Sir, been pleased to send me by Major Skinner from Easton for...
40 Phillips, William Washington, George To George Washington from Major General William … 1779-09-30 I take the opportunity of Mr Commissary Mersereau’s Express to inform you, Sir, that Major...
41 Phillips, William Washington, George To George Washington from Major General William … 1779-09-21 Mr Mersereau the American Commissary of Prisoners who attends me to Elizabeth Town has just...
42 Phillips, William Jefferson, Thomas To Thomas Jefferson from William Phillips, 12 September … 1779-09-12 Major General Phillips’s Compliments wait on Governor Jefferson. He shall be greatly obliged to...
43 Phillips, William Jefferson, Thomas To Thomas Jefferson from William Phillips, 3 September … 1779-09-03 I take the liberty of addressing your excellency, on the subject of a removal of part of the...
44 Phillips, William Jefferson, Thomas To Thomas Jefferson from William Phillips, 25 August … 1779-08-25 I have reason to suppose that a Flag of truce may arrive at Hampton Road with passports from...
45 Phillips, William Jefferson, Thomas To Thomas Jefferson from William Phillips, 12 August … 1779-08-12 I am exceedingly sorry the Weather yesterday prevented me from having the pleasure of seeing you....
46 Phillips, William Jefferson, Thomas To Thomas Jefferson from William Phillips, 10 August … 1779-08-10 At the time the troops of Convention quitted New England the Officers, British and German, drew...
47 Phillips, William Jay, John William Phillips to John Jay, 11 July 1779 1779-07-11 The inclosed dispatch from me to Sir Henry Clinton contains copies of a variety of papers...
48 Phillips, William Washington, George To George Washington from Major General William … 1779-07-07 Captain Edmonstone of the Troops of Convention, who will probably have the honour of delivering...
49 Phillips, William Jefferson, Thomas Enclosure: Major General William Phillips to Thomas … 1779-07-05 I have received from Colonel Bland a Copy of the Letter you were pleased to write him in answer...
50 Phillips, William Jefferson, Thomas To Thomas Jefferson from William Phillips, 5 July 1779 1779-07-05 I have received from Colonel Bland a Copy of the Letter you were pleased to write him in answer...