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I address your Excellency in the behalf of Mr Lee, Mr Lord, Mr Avery & myself, officers of the...
I am sorry I have occasion to address your Excellency on a subject so disagreeable to me; or draw...
Your Sick, Invalids and weak men—Your heavy Stores, & such other articles Papers excepted as you...
The inclosed are the Instructions which I meant to deliver verbally, with some...
What Major Gibbs’s plan is—& what his present line of conduct tends to, I shall not take upon me...
I want an acct of all expenditures—from the time we arrived at this place, till the first day of...
It was impossible to render the accts Your Excellency demanded of me, sooner than I have—not a...
I am obliged to address you Excellency on a subject I know to be disagreeable, but my reasons, I...
Three or four Trusty men—the Woman of the Guard—the Box of papers, and such parts of my Baggage...