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The peculiar situation of American affairs renders it necessary to adopt every measure that will...
I have just receivd your favor of the 26th of May in answer to mine of the 24th. You must not...
Your Favour of the second Instant has lain by me, I suppose these Eighteen days, but I fear I...
I received your Letter of the 22d. of June, if it was necessary for you to Apologise for not...
Your Favour of the 14 of July is before me. I am happy to find your Sentiments concerning the...
It is a long time since I wrote to you, or you to me, who stands in debt upon the schore of...
I had, last Evening the Pleasure of yours of March 3. by your Brother, to whom in his Business to...
I have neither seen nor heard of any Resolution of Congress approving or disproving of the...
In considering a Letter from the General, sometime ago, in the Board of War, it was agreed to...
The Enemy made an attempt to surprise General Lincoln. This morning they advanced by three...