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The enclosed petition in behalf of Ezekiel Addams, an orphan, whose Parents both died in the public Service, in my opinion merits attention—Being convinced of the truth of the Facts set forth in the sd Petition, from Genl Moultrie’s Certificate & other enquiries that have been made, I cannot help recommending that measures may be taken for furnishing at the public expence a support for the...
In the absence of the Secretary at War I have the honor to acknowledge the receipt of Your Excellency’s letters of the 4th, 5th and 9th instant— & the muster returns. The Clothier General informs me that he has about three thousand frocks ready and would be able to complete the whole in three weeks were he furnished with money to pay the Workmen. I have represented to Mr Morris your...
In reply to your Excellency’s letter of the 10th instant I have the honor to inform you that in pursuance of the postscript to yours of the 4th directing the letter for General Hazen to be detained some days, it has not been forwarded, and will remain at the War Office until your Excellency shall order it to be sent on. I have the honor to be, with profound respect, Your Excellency’s most...
Doctor Cleland Surgeon to the 33rd British regiment has obtained General Weedon’s permission to pass by land to Your Excellency’s Head Quarters with Mrs Cleland two servants, a carriage, and four horses—His presence it seems is no longer necessary with the British prisoners, as the Hospital to which he belonged has been broke up. I have intimated to him that I do not suppose he will be...
I do myself the honor to transmit Your Excellency a resolve of Congress respecting the Flags to be furnished by the British Commander in Chief for conveying such of the exiled Citizens of Carolina as wish to return, and lists of the families who are to be the subjects of this resolve, with the ports they wish to go to. I have the honor to be, with profound respect, Your Excellency’s most...
In General Lincoln’s absence I do myself the honor to transmit Your Excellency an establishment adopted by Congress for the Adjutant General’s department. I have the honor to be, with profound respect, Your Excellency’s most obedient, humble servant DLC : Papers of George Washington.
In obedience to the order of Congress I do myself the honor to transmit Your Excellency the enclosed papers. I am, with profound respect, Your Excellency’s most obedient, humble servant DLC : Papers of George Washington. Translation Note Philadelphia October 28. 1782 The under written Minister plenipotentiary of his most christian Majesty has had too many convincing proofs of the sentiments of...
I have the honor to acknowledge the receipt of your Excellency’s letter of the 11th instant, addressed to the Secretary at War—The Muster rolls for the month of October are received—and the several letters, brought by the Express, have been delivered. General Lincoln purposed waiting on the Commissioners as he passed through Trenton on his way to Head Quarters—his conversation with those...
I have the honor to acknowledge the receipt of Your Excellency’s letters of the 16th and 18th instant addressed to the Secretary at War—their enclosures will be attended to, and transmitted. an eligible opportunity offers for South-Carolina tomorrow, by which your letter for General Greene will be forwarded. The Amazon flag vessel is arrived at Wilmington, from whence the supplies for the...
I do myself the honor to transmit Your Excellency some late resolves of Congress. If the Ordinance which empowers the Inspector Genl, the Adjutt Genl, Qr Master Genl, Director of the Hospitals, and—Commissary of prisoners to frank letters, is published in General orders the necessity of transmitting seperate copies to those Officers will be obviated—I beg leave therefore to request that Your...