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Fort-Dauphin [Saint-Domingue], 1 April 1776 . Offers his services to GW. He says that he served...
4 August 1776 . “My House is forcibly entered & posessed by officers and Soldiers without my...
As I have past your Quarters Several times Lately I saw With Concern A number of Peirsons Great...
As to the Navil Strengtht within the hook thare is the gard Ship within the one Sixty fore it is...
This letter, which begs of your Excellency the favour of a perusal begins with a confission of a...
I should never have presumed to address a letter to your Excellency and least of all an anonymous...
The first request of General Washington is that he will burn this line after reading it, as it...
Although my name will not be, to this paper many where you preside know me personally, I have...
Beware. Be upon your guard. You have cherished in your Bosom a Serpent, and he is now...
Your knowledge of the world makes it hardly necessary for me to remind you how difficult it is to...
I know you to be good—and you are great, independent of public opinion—I mean intrinsically...
Amid’st the more important objects which call your Philanthophy into action on a general scale,...
permettez moi, mr le président qu’après avoir lu un voyage fait dans votre heureuse république en...
I HAVE just seen your P roclamation , written with your usual propriety and delicacy. But I do...
un malheureux Homme Ce trouvent dans une mauvais etat, prie a monsr le President Washington, de...
The purport of this Epistle will I presume apologize for the liberty I take in addressing you. By...
The fear of this not reaching your hands induced the form of the superscription. The motive of my...
I took the liberty of writing you from Richmond about the time the Virginia assembly met; and the...
Pardon the seeming Indecency of an anonymous Epistle, for which the Occasion may be some Apology....
Have we not a right as a nation, to demand the Marquis La’ Fayette as a Citizen of our Country....
Knowing your regard for all Public utility, & benefit; I beg leave to acquaint you of my having a...