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By Capt. Lippit of this Town, who is just arrived at Boston from Hallifax, we have certain accounts, that General Howe with his Troops & fleet sail’d from Halifax 10th Inst: no person was allow’d to leave the Town till 4 days after, he says the Fleet consists of about 150 Sail & that they left near 1200 Sick at Halifax. As there is a Boat just about to push of from here for New York, I tho’t...
Agreeable to a resolve of Congress 6th Inst: I yesterday forwarded your Excellency 3 Cases Fire Arms as Pr Invoice Inclosed to the Care of Nathl Shaw Esqr: of New London, who I requested Immediately on rect of the Same to send you without Delay & which I wish safe to your hands. I expect in a few Days to be able to forward you a parcell more of the above Arms which I am to have from Newport &...
By yesterdays Post I wrote your Excellency & therein Inclosed, Copy of an Invoice of SA No. 1 a 3––3 Cases Scotch Arms. With this you will receive Viâ New London to the Care of Nathl Shaw Esqr: No. 8 & 9––2 Cases more Scotch Arms as Pr Invo: herewith, & likewise No. 4 & 5 a Chest & Barrell qt: Arms & Flints from Thos Green Esqr: being Contl Property in his hands as Pr Invo: herewith, all of...
As our Grand Allie his most Christian Majesty the King of France, is now Sending a Fleet & Armey to act in Conjunction with the Forces of America; under your Excellency’s Directions—Preparations are now making in this State for the Reception of the same. Your Excellency well remembers I was Appointed Continental Agent, for the Navy in this State by the Honble Congress in the year 1775. To...
It having been suggested to the Officers and Members composing the United Company of the Train of Artillery in the Town of Providence, which I have the Honor to direct, that some Proceedings had originated in the Department of War, which tended to affect their Charter of Incorporation, I have taken the Liberty to solicit the Interposition of your Excellency in their Behalf. It may not be...
I have taken the Freedom to transmit you the inclosed Letter, which came under Cover to me, from my Brother, who resides in the Commonwealth of Massachussetts, but which unfortunately arrived too late for the Purpose of being presented here. With Sentiments of respectful Solicitude for your Health and happy Arrival in New York, I have the Honor, to be, Sir, your most obedt mo. hbl. Servt ALS ,...