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The confusion which hath for some time happened amongst the People in the disputed Lands between...
The continued sitting of Congress prevents us from attending our colony Convention: but, directed...
ON serious Consideration of the present State of our Practice in the General Court, we find it...
This morning I had Yesterday the Pleasure of rec g your Favor of the 8 th : Inst and am happy to...
Since my last which was of the 14th. a Monsr. Leblanc, agent from Desfourneaux has come to town....
The bearer hereof mr Alexander Woolcot proposing to go on to Virginia, and from a great respect...
Your letter of Feb. 24. which was intended to have reached me at Philadelphia, did not arrive...
I this day received information that the Convention had been pleased to reappoint me to the...
Your favor of the 17th. found me at this place from which I set out the day after tomorrow. I...
Yours of Aug. 3. came to hand yesterday. Having had no moment to spare since, I am obliged to sit...