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I cannot but think it essential that Congress should be informed of the disposition and conduct...
I am too sensible of the honorable reception I have now experienced, not to be penetrated with...
I have been favord with your Letter of the 12th of this month. Not having heard from the Quarter...
I receive with the utmost satisfaction & acknowledge with great sensibility your kind...
Your several Letters of the 19 20 & 21 of this month are come to hand. My Papers being yet...
I inclose to your Care my Answer to the Address of the Magistracy and Inhabitants of the Borough...
It gives me the most pleasing sensations to find so cordial a welcome on my return, in peace, to...
By His Excellency George Washington Esqr. General & Commander in Chief of the Forces of the...
By His Excellency George Washington Esqr., General & Commander in Chief of the Forces of the...
I have received with satisfaction your favor—congratulating me on the happy return of Peace, &...