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One Hundred and forty barrels of the salt Provisions mentioned in my last return has been...
It is with much Reluctance That I trouble your Excellency, with anything of Complaint against any...
At the request of Capt. McLeod I transmit you his Petition for a pass to New York. And have only...
Having applied to the Board of War for the necessary Passport to forward my son to New York, I...
Copy: Archives de la Marine By the declaration and report to me Made By the honourable Commodore...
Copy: Library of Congress Colonel D’Arendt in the service of the United States of America, having...
I have the pleasure to inform you that the Commanding Officer on Staten Island has agreed to the...
Mr Bland has frequently applied to me for a Pass to go to New York, in order there to embark for...
In consequence of your Excelley’s answer to my application for a passport to go into New york, I...
10[Diary entry: 18 May 1780] (Washington Papers)
18th. Heavy & uncommon kind of Clouds—dark & at the same time a bright and reddish kind of light...