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In Complyance with your Request We have considered of what you proposed to us, and are obliged to...
Upon my Arrival here this Afternoon I was informd that an Express was in Town from the provincial...
By Direction of the Congress I now Transmitt you severall Resolutions pass’d yesterday, by which...
Since my last to you by Alexander the Express nothing has Taken place in Congress that...
I arrived safe at this Place on the 3d Instt, after a Journey attended with a good deal of...
The time of my arrival. The Situation of the Troops—Works—& things in genl—Enemy on Bunkers Hill....
Since my last to you, nothing has Taken place in Congress particularly Respecting your...
Since I did myself the Honour of addressing you the 10th Instt nothing material has happened in...
Introduces the bearers, “Mr Ogden & Mr Burr of the Jerseys,” who “Visit the Camp not as...
Since I did myself the Honour of addressing you the 14th Instt, I have received Advice from Govr...
I am particularly to acknowledge that Part of your Favour of the 10th Instt wherein you do me the...
Since closing the Letters which accompany this I have received an Account of the Destruction of...
Your letter of the 10th inst. with the enclosed papers being duly received was laid before...
Nothing material has occurr’d in either Camp since I had the Honour of addressing you on the 21st...
I am to acknowledge the Receipt of your Favour of the 24th July accompanied by 284 Commissions,...
The inclosed Letter came under s⟨uch⟩ a Direction, & Circumstances as led me to supp⟨ose⟩ it...
A Gentleman this Instant ⟨put the⟩ Inclosed Gazette (containing ⟨the Addre⟩ss & Petition of the...
I do myself the Honour of addressing you in Consequence of an Application from the Commissary...
The Congress have sent to you by Major William Coates, & Captain Joseph Copperthwait five hundred...
I have been in daily Expectation of being favoured with the Commands of the Honbl. Congress, on...
Upon considering your Letter of 4th August, the following Points appear’d so exceedingly...
The Revd Mr Kirtland the Bearer of this having been introduced to the Honle Congress can need no...
Your Letters No. 4, 5 and two other Letters not Numberd, with the Inclosures have been duly...
The Congress have this Day order’d Three Hundred Thousand Dollars in Addition to the Seven...
I was honoured with your Favour of the 26th ult: late the Night before last, and a Meeting of the...
The Congress having this day Rec’d certain Intelligence of the Sailing of Two North Country built...
By a very intelligent person just arrived from London we have certain intelligence that a large...
I am honoured with your several Favours of the 26th, & 30th September, & 5th October. The...
Captn John Macpherson having informed the Congress, that he had invented a method, by which with...
My Conjecture of the Destination of the late Squadron from Boston in my last has been unhappily...