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ALS : Yale University Library We are just putting to Sea, with a Wind fine and fair as can blow. My Love to my good old true Friend your Father, and all his worthy Sons; And my affectionate Regards to all enquiring Friends. I am Yours affectionately Endorsed: Benja. Franklin Cape-Henlopen Novr. 9th. 1764 So identified on the basis of Wharton’s reply of Nov. 13, 1764; see below, pp. 456–8....
Mr George Washington laid before the House a Report from the Commissioners appointed by Act of Assembly to examine, state, and settle, the Account of the Pay, Provisions, Arms, and Necessaries, for the Militia of this Colony; which was read, and is as follows: The Commissioners not thinking themselves empowered by Law to allow some of the Officers lately employed in the Service of the Country...