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The Assembly of this State, at their last sitting, passed a law for the payment of the provision...
I have just now received certain intellgence of the sailing of the brittish fleet out at Sandy...
By intelligence received this Morning it appears that the enemy have a number of boats in...
By intelligence I have just received it appears, that the fleet which has been laying at Sandy...
I have recd yours of the 15th. I shall be glad to be informed whether the Fleet mentioned by you,...
I have received your excellency’s favor of the seventeenth—should have been more explicit in the...
I have this morning recd yours without a date. If the embarkation mentioned by you is intended...
From New York I understand they are in daily expectation of a French fleet upon the coast—They...
The intercourse between the inhabitants of the States and the Citizens of New York, by means of...
Lying Rivingtons account of the reduction of C. Town was Sent of[f] by Col. Stewart without my...