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ALS and ADS : American Philosophical Society Benjamin Franklin Esqr. without Deduction being on...
I have the pleasure to inform your Excellency that I have just arrived here, with my party, &...
I last night threw myself into this Garrison, where I am sorry to inform your Excellency that I...
Colo. Nichola with the advice of the Officers in Garrison withdrew his Invalids before the...
I sent yesterday an express to your Excellency with an account of the enemies having landed near...
This will be delivered you by Majr Boyce who has reconnoitered the enemy now in Billingsport and...
From the best Intelligence the Enemy have withdrawn all their men from Billingsport (the night of...
Yesterday Evening the Enemy entirely evacuated Billingsport after having destroy’d our works,...
I Receiv’d your Excellencys Letter of the 7th and have read it to the Officers of the Navy which...
The Enemy have just crossed & are crossing in very considerable numbers to Province Island...
Last Night the Enemy threw up a Battery in the rear of the Fort close to the Banks of the Meadow...
I wrote you this day giving an Accot of the Enemies having erected a Battery in the Rear of our...
I wrote your Excellency the 12th Instant on which night the enemy threw up a long Breast Work on...
The Enemy have open’d three Batteries on us. one in front of the pest Houses which with Recache...
I wrote your Excellency the Second day the enemy open’d their batteries; they have since...
I received your Excellencys favor of the 19th in which I observe you have thought proper to send...
I recd your Excellys Order to remain in the Garrison & Shall obey it, when I wrote I expected...
I received your Excellency’s favor of the 28th. I am happy to hear of a sufficient reinforcement....
Letter not found: from Lt. Col. Samuel Smith, 31 Oct. 1777. GW wrote Smith on 1 Nov. that “I have...
I have this Inst. the honor to receve your Excellency’s Letter of the 1st. Genl Vernum has...
I wrote your Excellency yesterday am happy to find I was mistaken, The enemy have not constructed...
I receiv’d your Excellency’s favour of the 4th I presume you must have mistook Major Fleury’s...
About the 20th Instant if we are not attacked sooner I am of Opinion we shall have put this Fort...
This morning the enemy open’d their Battery in the Rear of our Nort. West Block House, about 500...
I yesterday unfortunately recd a Contusion on my Hip & left Arm both which give me much pain. I...
My Arm will this Night or tomorrow Night permit me to take the Command at fort Mifflin. I was...
Gen. Varnum will have inform’d your Excelly of the Evacuation of fort Mifflin. I am extremely...
I Had the Honor to recieve your Excelly permission to resign, the obliging Expressions & Honor...
ALS : American Philosophical Society I take the Liberty to trouble you with a few Lines, which...
Mr Philip Walsh of Cadix will have the Honor to present this to your Excellency, that Gentlem⟨e⟩n...
In behalf of myself and the gentlemen concerned in the sloop Jane and cargo, I beg leave to...
Your obliging favour 9th. Inst. came to hand per post, consequently we have not had the pleasure...
The Enclosed publication has appear’d in the Philadelphia Papers. From its Nature (If fully...
From the number of vacancies that have lately happened in the Army I am Induc’d to apply for an...
Before I receivd your Letter of the 8 Inst. I had Convers’d with Mr. Randolph who had nearly...
Yours of 17 Inst. I have recd. The late proceedings of the Executive give satisfaction to every...
Since my last I have inquird most particularly & find that there was not the Smallest Ground for...
[ Baltimore, September 16, 1794. On September 19, 1794, Hamilton wrote to Smith : “I have had the...
The Post of Marshall for the District of Maryland having become Vacant by the removal of Colonel...
The Inclosed was this Moment deliv⟨er⟩d me by Capt. Buchanan of the Pomona just Arrived from...
I take the liberty to enclose you the copy of a letter which I shall address to the Publick...
I Do myself the honor to Inclose you a publication of the Committee of this City, whether it will...
Some Years past I had the pleasure to recommend Mr. W. Wilson to the secy. of War & he Obtained a...
Mr. Iznardi Consul of the U:S—has arrived in Baltimore from Cadix, the Old Gentle[man] on his...
In Consequence of the Conversation we had on the subject of Banks I made application (without...
Capt. William Buchanan has resided at the Isle of France for the last four or five years, [his]...
I am afraid I have Acted improperly by delaying to answer your letter so long.—I hope however It...
I do myself the honor to transmit to you an Address from the Republican Citizens of Alleghany...
A Report prevails & is believed that a fracas took place between the sailors of the French ship...
The Inclosed from Mr Dawson I have this Instant received—The fracas at Norfolk commenced with...