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As the Officice of Post Master Genl has become vacant by the removal of Col. Pickering, permit me to call your Excellencys attention to my situation, and shou’d you think I merit the appointment which I respectfully solicit; the Obligation shall be gratefully remembered by your Excellency’s most Obedient Hbl. Servt ALS , DLC:GW . Bush applied for positions in the federal government on several...
The Naval Office for the Port of Philadelphia being vacant by the Death of Doctr Phile, Permit me to solicit the same, assuring your Excellency that shou’d I be honourd with the Appointment no endeavours shall be wanting in Me, to give satisfaction, and fill the duties of the Office. I humbly beg leave to call your Excellencys attention to my present situation, confiding in your well known...
No. 7 Boulton Street Piccadilly May it Please your Excellency London 4th Octr 1789 I took the liberty to address you some time since, sincerely congratulating your Excellency on your late dignified appointment, which be assured proceeded from the effusions of a Heart fervently thankfull to the great Author of all good for the blessings he has been pleas’d to shower down on my Country—The many...
Permit, one who has fought and Bled in the service of his Country, with heart felt pleasure to Congratulate Your Excellency in your late dignified appointment, offering up his sincere prayers to Almighty God for your, health and happyness, and the prosperity of his Country. I take the Liberty of informing your Excellency of an event that has taken place within these few days, which has as an...