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The letter from the delegation to your Excellency will apprize you of the Situation of Public...
I understand that you are one of this most active promoters of that valuable institution,...
Yr. Excellency will I hope excuse the liberty I take to Introduce to you the Marquis de La Valle...
Having been inform’d that since your Excellencys Appointment to the Government of this...
Mr. Walker, who sets off to Virginia tomorrow, affords us this opportunity of Enclosing your...
A French officer of the name of Dubuisson a Colonel in our Army and formerly aid to the Baron Du...
Some overtures having been made to Congress, through Mr. Jay our Commissioner at the Court of...
[ Philadelphia, 17 Dec. 1780. Burnett, Letters of Members , v, No. 537, note 5, quotes from a...
The Delegates some time ago transmitted to Your Excellency officially an account of their...
I received yesterday your letter inclosing that of Colo. Dubuysson . It gives us great pain that...
Yours of the 14th inst. , came to hand this day. * * * with respect to Col. Finnie, as a...
I sometime ago recieved a letter from you signifying a wish to be appointed a judge of Orleans....
Your letter to Governor Henry of the 1st. instant came safe to hand yesterday and I immediately...
The most timid being now satisfied that the enemy will not pay us a visit, Baptiste is relieved,...
Your favor of the 18 th was recieved yesterday. the state of our University is such that we...