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The honour which the General Assembly have been pleased to confer on me, by calling me to the...
I receive with great satisfaction this testimony of the public approbation, and beg leave through...
I AM sorry, after so long and laborious a session of Assembly, the publick exigencies should be...
It is with great reluctance that after so long and laborious a Session as the last I have been...
It is thought that the present Situation of the Enemy in this State affords an opportunity of...
Baron Steuben has sent to this Place a number of the Levies raised under the act of assembly...
I beg leave to lay before the General assembly the inclosed letter from the honble. Majr. Genl....
Richmond, 8 Mch. 1781 . This letter is identical with the first part of the letter sent to George...
I think it my duty to communicate to the General assembly the inclosed papers giving information...
The Executive were informed during the last summer or Fall that the Accomack and Diligence...