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You will perceive by the Inclosed Declaration, which I have the honor to Transmit you, that...
By certain Advices just received, I am informed that a Fleet consisting of 130 Sail left Hallifax...
The Honourable Continental Congress having come to sundry resolutions respecting the Cannon &...
Gentlemen: The continued accumulation of price, and the scarcity which prevails throughout the...
Among many resolves of Congress which were forwarded to me the other day, are the Inclosed. Not...
The Indian who accompanies Mr Kirtland is an Oneida Chief of considerable Rank in his own...
The prospect of a vigorous attack upon Ticonderogo some time past, founded on a supposition that...
New York, 7 July 1776 . Acknowledges the General Court’s letter of 2 July and thanks its members...
Notwithstanding I have taken every method my Judgement could Suggest to procure a Sufficient...
The necessity of giving Furloughs to the Soldiers of the present, who Inlist into the New Army;...
I was honored the night before last with your favor of the 13th Inst. and at the same time that I...
At a crisis like the present, when our Enemies are prosecuting a War with unexampled...
Having never considered the four Independant Companies, which have been doing duty at Braintree,...
E’re now, I was in hopes of congratulating you on the departure of the Ministerial Troops, not...
Genl Howe having signifyed to me, a desire of making a General Exchange of Prisoners both...
The situation of our Affairs is critical and truly alarming; The dissolution of our Army is fast...
Your several Resolves in consequence of my Letters of the 10th and 15th Instt have been presented...
It is exceedingly painful to me, to give you so much trouble as I have, and am like to do in the...
I have considered the Papers you left with me yesterday: those of them, which relate to Jones,...
On the 29th August I did myself the Honour of addressing you on the Complaint of the Quarter...
Certain that the British Court would leave nothing unessayed in the course of this Campaign, to...