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May it Please the President April 11th 1790 Sir Having had an oppertunity of learning that an additional force is to be aded to the present Establishment of the troops, I am constrained to mention to the President. The office which the House of Representatives have been pleased to appoint me to, is not altogether that popular Situation nor So profitable to our Country as one would wish to...
The Inclos’d is Colo. Olneys Letter in Concequence of my application to your Excelence to go to Newyork, he has no objection to the propos’d Interview tho he thinks it would have been more proper after this tour of Command. I am sencible of it, though the Colo. is not sufficiently acquainted with the Circumstance of my friends Leaveing Newyork Soon for Hallifax, no r should I have made such a...
There appears to be a Pacific Disposition in the Brittish, and I have Connections with them in New york, such as Induces me to Solicit Permision of your Excelence to visit them by going to New york with a Flagg—I have Received Letters from them from time to time this six years past & Especially the Last week desiering me in the most urgent maner to Vissit them. these Connections Sir are...