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I feare your Excellency will think me Very troublesom—But as I concieve my life and happiness entirely depends on the decision of the present dispute—hope you will pardon me—Since I wrote you my last The Board of war, has furnish’d me with an Copy of the proceeding of the Court Martial—which I do myself the honr to transmit to you (by advice)—With a Certificate from the British officer who...
I have the honr to transmit to your Excellency an exact Copy of a Letter, Sent to the Board of war from Genl Green; Relative to the sentence of a Court martial, which I had the honr of acquainting you of some time ago; you will in that see Genl Greens sentiments, as Commanding the Southern armey: I applyed to the Board of war what was to be done, they were all present, and gave as their...
I had the honr to receive yours of the 2d instant, and entirely agree with you respecting Genl Greens impartiality on the subject aluded to—But was determin’d from the first to lay it before your Excelleny—when I left Town I wrote to Genl Green, by Colo. Henderson who was Exchangd for the proceedings—and he allso declair’d he would mention, my case to Genl Green in a very particular manner—I...
I am Just arriv’d in the flag of truce from CharlsTown—and from a propper sence of your Excellency’s known candure and impartiallity, I am induc’d to trouble you with a few lines relative to my present Situation—which has hither too been Very disagreeable By the ajudication of a Courtmartial which was ordered (on me) while in Captivity to which Genl Moultrie declin’d giving his sanction to—I...