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[ September 20, 1777. On September 21, 1777, Hamilton and Laurens wrote to Sullivan : “We have...
We have just received your favour of Yesterday, desiring from us a Testimony of your Conduct, so...
Fort Mifflin [ on Mud Island in the Delaware River ] October 26 [ 1777 ]. Discusses plans for...
You have seen, and by this time considered, General Lee’s infamous publication. I have collected...
Cold in my professions, warm in ⟨my⟩ friendships, I wish, my Dear Laurens, it m⟨ight⟩ be in my...
Monroe is just setting out from Head Quarters and proposes to go in quest of adventures to the...
Ternant will relate to you how many violent struggles I have had between duty and inclination—how...
I acknowlege but one letter from you, since you left us, of the 14th of July which just arrived...
Upon my arrival here yesterday evening I communicated the intelligence received from General...
On my arrival in town I was informed by the president, that Congress had suspended the business...