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Little incidents which must occur to persons travelling in a Country, the Language of which they are unacquainted with—prevented our Setting out yesterday—we hope nothing will Stop our proceeding this day—and we make account of arriveing at the place of our destination in about eight days —immediatly on our arrival—our first duty will be to acquaint you thereof—as our first obligation at...
I am pleased to present you my Respects, and to inform you of the Success of my Operations in France. I can assure you you need not fear the want of Amunition, I have found the Means to furnish your Armies, and to provide your Garrisons. There will go to you immediately four Subjects, two of which are of Distinction and great Merit, and who will deliver into proper hands the political State of...
permit me to address these few lines in Congratulation of your late success against the Troops of Great Brittain, as we have just had the agreeable news by post of the arrival of a Packet at St Malo’s in this Kingdom, whereby we learn you have drove them & prevented their schemes against the Southern Colonies—I have taken the Liberty of sending you a pair of Shoulder knots & a sword knot, also...
the Subscriber parthener of Emanuel Pliarne decea’d in the year 1777 in crosing Potomock River, then charged of publick affairs, hath the honor to represent to your excellency, that he was in St Eustache in the year 1775 at the arrival of an american Vessel dispatch’d by the governer Coock of providence in the state of Rodeland, wishing to procure munitions of war the inhabitants of that...