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I have the Honor to inform your Excellency, That Mr Thraxter, private Secretary to Mr Adams, arrived here last Evening from France with the Definitive Treaty of Peace; signed on the 3d of September. This Treaty appears to be the same as the Preliminary Articles. I beg Leave to congratulate your Excellency on this important Event and with the greatest Respect & Esteem Remain Your Excellency’s...
This Letter will be presented to your Excellency by Mr Godin, a Relation of Mr Van Berkel; who is on his Journey to South Carolina, with Mr Backer & Mr Barron : These Gentlemen have been introduced to me by Mr Robert Morris; a Copy of whose Letter I enclose. Many Foreigners of Distinction, who have been desirous of viewing your Excellency at The Head of an Army, and still more anxious to see...
I have the Honor to transmit to you an Act of Congress of the 5th Inst.; relative to a Proposal from the Secretary of the Polish Order of Knights of Divine Providence; containd in your Excellencys Letter of the 28th August last. I have the Honor to be with the greatest Respect Your Excellencys most Obedt humble Servt ALS , DLC:GW ; LB , DNA:PCC , item 16. Thomas Mifflin (1744–1800), born a...
Doctor Gordon having applied to Congress for access to their records and for their Countenance to his Admission to your Papers they have passed the enclosed Resolutions which I transmit to you at the request of the Doctor. On Friday I expect to have the Pleasure of seing Mount Vernon in Company with Mrs Mifflin and Mr Lloyds family—But there is a possibility that we shall not proceed farther...
I have the honor to transmit to your Excellency the copy of a circular letter to the State-Societies of the Cincinnati from the Gentlemen who have attended here in consequence of the recommendation of the General-Meeting in May last. The Members present not making a Quorum no other business could be entered on. I am with the greatest Respect Your Excellencys Obedient & humble Serva⟨nt⟩ ALS ,...