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When I have the Honour of seeing your Excellency I will explain the objection made in Congress to...
In order to give Dispatch to the several Matters mentiond in your Excellency’s Report to the...
I intended to have done myself the Honour of seeing your Excellency yesterday Evning but was so...
I have perused the letter which you did me the honor to write—containing several subjects of...
The enclosed papers have this day been referred to the Committee of Conference with your...
Mr Thomas Reed Deputy Pay Masr Genl for the Troops in the Northern department has made...
I found myself so much indisposd this morning that it was imprudent to go abroad; which will I...
Mr Beatty, at my desire has made a representation of the state of the Marine prisoners, a copy of...
Your Favour has been presented to the Committee of Conference. I beg you will do me the Justice...
I have taken the liberty, thro’ the Channel of the Committee appointed to confer with me, to lay...
I beg Leave to recommend the enclosed papers transmitted by Governour Clinton to your...
Middlebrook [ New Jersey ] May 3, 1779 . Explains that the exchange of nonmilitary prisoners is...
I am honored with your favour of the 27th of April, in behalf of the delegates of New York, which...
I find myself under the necessity of expressing my wishes that it may be agreeable to your...
I am honourd with your Favour of the 3d Instant & have communicated it to my Colleagues. when I...
[ Middlebrook, New Jersey, May 26, 1779. ] Explains why the corps which included Colonel William...
Hurry of business has prevented my having the pleasure of acknowledging sooner the receipt of...
I had several days ago the Honor to receive the Board’s Letter of the 18th Ulto which I should...
I with pleasure snatch a moment agreeable to your request to inform you of the events which have...
I have spent some days at this place with our Legislature and have been happy in finding their...
I this day received your bill⟨et⟩ of the 4th with one inclosed for Col Washington which was...
Accept my Thanks for your Favour of the 28 Augt and your obliging assurances that you will comply...
I do not recollect whether I said any thing in my last about the strength of the reinforcement...
I received your letter of the 10th ins. two days since & with my usual distraction suffered your...
I have had no earlier opportunity to acknowledge the Receipt of your very agreeable favour of the...
I find I have given our Friends Tighlman and Meade an opportunity of exercising their Risibility...
I am much obliged to you, my dear Sir, for your two letters of the 16th & 23rd. In haste I snatch...
I am much obliged to you my dear Sir for your two letters of the 16th and 23d. In haste I snatch...
Mr Laurance is setting out for Philadelphia to obtain a determination respecting the promotion...
We are here in anxious Suspense for the Fate of Charles Town: it is not to be wondered at when we...
I Judge of your Excellency’s Anxiety for the Fate of Charles Town by my own. When we have much at...
Your favors of the 4th & 9th came safe to hand. I thank you very sincerely for the several...
This will be handed you by the Marquis, who brings us very important intelligence. The General...
Morristown [ New Jersey ] May 14, 1780 . Proposes that a small committee with all necessary...
The arrival of the Marquis De La Fayette opens a prospect which offers the most important...
The enclosed Letter was delivered me after a very importunate personal solicitation. I have a...
The Marquiss de la fayette handed me your favour of the 14: Instant which woud have been sooner...
We have Intelligence from Charles Town which leaves it in our possession as lately as the 3d or...
Congress are much affected at the Wants and distresses of the Army . another Committee is...
I had the pleasure to receive your favor of the 21st of May in due time. You must be good enough...
I take the liberty my Dear Sir to request your interest for a friend of mine and a member of the...
Agreeably to your request and my promise I sit down to give you my ideas of the defects of our...
The letter accompanying this has lain by two or three days for want of an opportunity. I have...
I have heard that a new arrangement is about to take place in the Medical Department and that it...
I am to acknowledge the Honour of your Excellency’s favour of the 9th Instant on the Subject of...
Tappan [ New York ] October 4, 1780 . Criticizes proposed Congressional plan for raising a...
I thank you My Dear Sir for your letter of the 19th of Sepr. I should have been happy in the...
MS (New-York Historical Society). In James Duane’s hand. Mr. Maddison . Expressed his surprize...
Yesterday I had the Honour of your Excellency’s very friendly Letter of the 4th Instant for which...
Since my last to you, I have had the pleasure of receiving two letters from you. I am sorry to...