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In compliance with a request of the Legislature of this State, I have the honor to transmit the...
I beg leave to introduce to your Excy the Bearer of this Letter—a Mr. Jesse Brown (an Unfortunate...
I have been honored with your Excellency’s Letter of Febry last —covering a Report of a Committee...
The Delay which my last Letter experienced in reaching you, may be partly accounted for, by...
I take the Liberty of mentiong to you the wishes of a Mr Peleg Sanford Mason of this State, to...
I take much pleasure in complying with a request of my Brother Colo. John Trumbull, to...
The inclosed* application has being presented to me a day or two ag I know nothing better to do...
I have recieved with much pleasure, your favor of the 6th inst. and take the earliest opportunity...
You will pardon me—I am persuaded you will—for troubling you with an affectionate, ‘tho...
Persuaded that the Treaties lately concluded with foreign Nations will soon induce a number of...
By some unaccountable delay, the Letter with which you have favored me, of the 13th inst. did not...
The prevalence of the distressing and fatal sickness which continues to rage in Philadelphia,...
The inclosed papers, respecting our unfortunate Citizens, captives in Algiers, came to my Hand a...
I have the honor to inclose, for your information, the Copy of a Letter which I have this day...
Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in...
The enclosed Letter has just now been put into my Hand— as the Direction would seem to be for...
Nothing worthy of your notice having fallen in my Way to communicate, since the receipt of your...
I have this Day been made very happy in the receipt of your favor of the 8th instant. The...
I Yesterday in this City, happened to fall in the Way of a Leiut. How, an officer of the New...
With great satisfaction I have the Honor to inform—that last Evening the Convention of this...
I pray you to excuse the Liberty I take in presenting you with a Funeral Sermon preached at the...
A painfull task is fallen to my Lot—I depend on your goodness to form for me an excuse, should I,...
It may be a matter of Curiosity to your Excellency to see the Address of Governor Trumbull to the...
In the absence of the Comr in Chief, I have the Honor to transmit to you, the Inclosed Letter in...
I have the honor to inform you by the Baron, that a Letter from Colo. Smith dated the 15th and...
His Excellency being just setting off on a tour to Albany & the upper posts, when your Letter by...
His Excellency, in the Moment of his Departure, directs me to inform you, that being ignorant of...
The General desires me to mention to you that the bad Weather, has prevented his going on a Visit...
In Consequence of the late unhappy Irregularities of some of the Continental Troops in Phila....
His Excellency directs me to express to you his Concern for the Circumstance you mention of the...
His Excellency directs me to reply to your favor of this Day—and to mention that he knows no...
His Excellency the Comr in Chief directs me to inform you, that since Writing to you this Morng...
The Comr in Chief directs me to inform you that, the Remains of Genl Hazens Regiment, after...
In Consequence of your Letter to me of the 4th instant, I have mentioned to the Commander in...
His Excellency directs me to reply to the several Queries contained in your Letter of this...
His Excellency desires me to inform you, that he has lost the Hour you mentioned last Evening for...
His Excellency directs me to reply to your favor of the 3d—and to mention that his principal Wish...
The General being engaged, directs me to reply to your favor of Yesterday; & to inform you that...
I returned a few Days ago from attendg the General at an Interview with Sir Guy Carleton—The two...
The Commandr in Chief desires that you will procure immediately two hundred & fifty...
The Commandr in Chief directs me to inform you, that, having attended to the Justification of...
His Excellency directs me to reply to your Letter of the 16th of March—And to inform you that he...
His Excellency desires me to mention to you—that it continues to be a part of Every Day’s on...
His Excy the Comr in Chief directs me to send the inclosed Letter to your Excellency—in the...
His Excellency, sensible of your merits, and attentive to your wishes, desires me to reply to...
On Representation to the Genl, of the Conduct of Capt. Riley of the Invalid Corps—& complaint...
The Commandr in Chief has recied A Letter from a Mr Richd Corbin of Laneville in Virginia—...
In Answer to a Letter written by the Comr in Chief, a Week or two ago, (several on the same...
His Excellency observes that there is nothing mentioned in your Report, respectg the practice of...
I am directed by the Commandr in Chief to inform you, that he has considered the Petitions of the...