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Letter not found : from James Lovell, 14 Aug. 1779. On or about 26 Aug., GW wrote Lovell: “I have...
This will be delivered to you by a German Officer who expresses much inclination to enter into...
A Gentleman belonging to Boston Capt. Fritz having arrived from France had intended himself the...
With Views of public Utility I again take the Freedom of covering to you some papers for Majr...
I gave a Letter for your Excellency this morning to some Gentleman who is connected with the...
Though your Excellency be not a Pope nor I a Murderer, yet I write under the full Influence of an...
You will form a Judgement upon the following Extract of a Letter from the Honble Thos Cushing by...
As chairman of the Committee on foreign applications, I inclose herewith to your Excellency the...
I wish at this Time to waive the Expression of my Veneration of your Character, in a still-lively...
The inclosed containing an Official Remittance of Money is recommended to you for Conveyance by...
The following is the latest Intelligence from Europe yet come to my Knowledge. I have sent some...
It is not improbable that the Enemy have a plan of cyphering their Letters which is pretty...
By the singular manner in which General Lee gives out his characterizing opinions Monsr Malmedy...
Probable as it is that the Admiral now gives you the most authentic European Intelligence I would...
I address your Excellency upon a Matter greatly important in its Consequences to more than...
From Expressions in some of your Excellency’s Letters to Congress and in one lately to Baron...
A very high Degree of Jealousy possesses the Breast of my Correspondent concerning the...
So long ago as Decr 2d 1775, direction was given by Congress to the committee of secret...
Your Excellency will receive so many Solicitations of the same Kind with This that I need not...
A Course of Disappointments has attended the printing of the Journals of Congress. Good progress...