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Your Excellency will receive enclosed, three Acts of Congress. No. 1 of the 16th Instant relative to granting Furloughs & Discharges &c. No. 2 of the 10th containing Regulations for the Department of the Clothier General, also an Order to the Board of War respecting the medical Department and Resolve relative to the Canadians in Col. Hazens Regiment. No. 3 abolishing the Department of...
A disagreable report hath prevaild here that the prisoners lately taken at pensacola were to be sent to N. York. I have caused enquiry to be made on this Subject & the best account that can yet be obtaind is from a Mr Syms lately arrivd from the Havannah al so of his Report taken by Mr Lewis of t he Admiralty herewith enclosd I have thou ght proper to transmit to your Excellency. I cannot...
I have been honored with your Excellency’s Dispatches of the 16th, 21st, 24th, & 28th Ulto. Have herewith enclosed a Resolve of Congress of the 2d Instant passed in Consequence of your Letter of the 24th Ulto, and hope that your Request for a Corps of Rifle Men will be fully complied with by this State. I have the Honor to be with the highest Respect Sir Your most obedient & most humble...
Governor Rutledge some Days since set out from this City for South Carolina. The following is an Extract of a Letter received from him dated Monday July 2. on the Road (probably not far from Fredericktown). "I give you Joy of the Taking Augusta & the Forts at Galphins & above Augusta, the Probability that Ninety Six has some Time ago fallen into our Hands." The Post at Galphins is some fifteen...
Your Excellency will receive enclosed, a Resolve of Congress of the 7th Instant, together with the Extract of a Letter from Governor Greene of the 7th of June which is referred to the Commander in Chief, to take such Order by calling upon the four Eastern States for the Aid of Militia to defend Rhode Island as he shall think necessary. This Reference is made on the Supposition that Governor...
My Health is so much impaired by long Confinement & Application as compels me to retire from Congress. I have the Pleasure to inform your Excellency they have elected his Excellency Thomas McKean Esqr. to be their President. It also gives me much Satisfaction on retiring, to see our public Affairs in many Respects wear a more promising Aspect than heretofore. The Enemy at present in every Part...
A Committee to whom the copy of Genl duportail’s letter of the 16 Inst: addressd to your Excellency; is referd: desire a conference with you upon the Subject of that letter. I you will please to name a time most agreable to you, the committee will be happy to wait upon you in the Congress Chamber. Should half past nine in the morning Suit with your engagements, give me leave to request the...
I have been favored with your Excellency’s letter of the 19th Ultio—recommending General Sage to supply the place of Mr Miller as Surveyor of the Port of Middletown in the State of Connecticut, provided the latter should resign his Office. I have also received a letter from Genl Sage applying for the appointment, if the office should become vacant. But having had no intimation from Mr Miller...
I am honoured with your letter of the 28th Ulto. Sensible that You must be wearied with Solicitations for appointments to Offices, it is with reluctance that I now take the liberty to mention Dudley Woodbridge jun. Esq: as a suitable character to supply the vacancy lately made by the decease of Genl Parsons in the supreme Court in the western Territory. Mr Woodbridge sustains an amiable &...