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I have to accknowled the many favours Confered on me by your Excelencey in Particular in ordering a Trial by a General court marchall by which I was in hopes to have had an opertunity to have Cleared my Enjured Carrector—the Complaint layed against me by Mr Tichner was no less false then ground less and Melitious —calculated to Secure himself from Justice—I need not Inlarge on this Head as I...
Mr Biddle’s attendance is not required by the Board of Treasury. Nor will any thing be done in the settlement of his accounts which might affect his Interest, until he can attend personally without Injury or derangement to any of the important departments under your Excellency’s immediate superintendance and Command. I am Your Excellen c ies Most Obt And Most Humble Sevt DLC : Papers of George...
The guard of twelve men, which his Excellency Govenor Jefferson ordered from Portsmouth, arrived last night, and, this morning, was posted at the light house. I have proposed to the commanding officer of the Militia of the county to put a Company on duty, to be relieved every week, he has approved of the measure, tho’ he is not let into my Secret purpose, and considers it only as a protcition...
Your Excellency has mentioned the necessity several times of establishing expresses between this and Providence; and enquired with respect to the practicability of the thing; but never have given any order upon the matter. The Marquis was requesting this day that the Expresses might be fixed without loss of time. Please to let me know your pleasure in the matter. Colo. Mead also was mentioning...
Your Excellency’s Letter of the 27th of May being referred to a Committee with Instructions to confer with the Assembly, and Supreme Executive Council of this State, the reports of the Committee herewith enclosed will inform your Excellency in some Measure of the Proceedings of this State, on the Subject of Supplies of Men, Money and Provisions for the public Service on the present Emergency,...
Upon unloading the Ship Commerce a Prize lately Captured & sent into this Port by the Privateers, Holker of this place Sloop Hancock & Schooner Ranger of New London, We discovered a pipe of what is deemed fine Spirit by good Judges. Believing the owners of the other Privateers are equally sensible of your important Services, with ourselves We take the liberty on behalf of the whole to pray...
Major John Patten of the Delaware Regiment informs me that there are four vacancies of Ensigns in that Regiment, and that taking into consideration two of the officers being, at this time, Prisoners it is necessary there should be some new appointments made—As Congress have advised the States to make no new appointments without first consulting your Excellency on the propriety of the Measure,...