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As Lord and General Howe have given me permission to send the inclosd to the Congress, and as the...
I am extremely glad that Morris is so far recover’d that there is a probability of his leaving...
It is a most unfortunate circumstance for myself and I think not less for the Publick that the...
Multiplicity of busyness the miscarriage of letters or some accident has prevented you from doing...
As I have the strongest reason to flatter myself that you interest yourself in whatever concerns...
I have reason to hope that the Congress will unembarrass the negotiation of the Commissioners...
You may better imagine than I can express the happiness which your letter gave me, tho at the...
I observ’d before to your Excellency that the merit and strong recommendations of sevral of the...
As your time must necessarily be taken up by more and a greater variety of busyness than perhaps...
1st As the Enemy are suppos’d already to have transported their stores &cc. over the River—and as...