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It gives me the most sensible Pleasure to convey to you, by Order of Congress, the only Tribute,...
Genl Washington presents his Complimts to Mr Livingston & Mr Jay—thanks them most cordially for...
Letter not found: from John Jay, 8 Jan. 1777. On 20 Feb. GW wrote Jay that “your Card of the 8th...
Your Card of the 8th Ulto I have had the honour to receive, & thank you most sincerely for your...
I have been a little surprised that the several important pieces of intelligence lately received...
Capt. Bedlow of this Place (whom I have long known to be an exceeding good Man) tells me, that...
This will be delivered by my Brother, who will communicate & explain to your Excellency a mode of...
Among the various Duties incident to the Appointment with which Congress has been pleased to...
Since my last of the 7th I have been honored with your favors of the 5th 6th and 8th instants...
In a letter which I had the honor of receiving from Congress dated the 2d instant was inclosed...
It has not been in my power to return an answer to your favor of the 6th Instt till now. The...
Since I had the Honor of addressing you on the 13th the Gentlemen appointed to meet Commissioners...
On Wednesday I had the Honor to receive Your Excellency’s Letter of the 12th Instant, with the...
Your Excellency’s three Letters of the 13th Inst. have been laid before Congress, & the two...
[ Philadelphia ] December 31, 1778 . Asks if Congress is going to continue to employ Brigadier...
I had the honor of addressing Congress some time since on the subject of General Du Portail and...
I take the liberty of transmitting to Congress the inclosed Letter with the papers which...
The day I left Middle Brook I recd the two inclosed letters of the 8th Decemr from Major General...
Colonel Rawlins who as well as his officers in general distinguished himself at the affair of...
Your Excellency will receive herewith enclosed a Copy of an Act of Congress of the 21st Inst. I...
I have had the pleasure of receiving and communicating to Congress your Excellency’s Letter of...
Philadelphia, January 27, 1779. Asks for money to carry on recruiting. States that Major General...
I am to request that Congress will be pleased to give directions to have the military chest...
Your Excellencys Letter, of this day, was this morning communicated to Congress, & immediately...
Philadelphia, January 29, 1779. Asks permission to return to Camp. LS , in writing of H, Papers...
I do myself the honor to inclose you the Extract of a letter which I recd a few days ago from His...
My long and unexpected stay in this city being attended with many inconveniences to the common...
In consequence of the authority vested in me by Congress of “directing and superintending the...
On the 23d Inst., Congress passed two Acts, One relating to the Commissary of Prisoners, the...
Congress, agreeable to Your Excellency’s Recommendation, have directed the Commissary, and...