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Philadelphia, 3 June 1780. Circular letter to the state executives enclosing a resolve of...
I have to accknowled the many favours Confered on me by your Excelencey in Particular in ordering...
The guard of twelve men, which his Excellency Govenor Jefferson ordered from Portsmouth, arrived...
The Flour began to move from hence last night and will be sent on as quick as the Waggons come...
LS : Mrs. Henry Sage, Albany, New York (1958); copy: Library of Congress I received your kind...
Under our present expectations of the daily arrival of the Fleet and Army from France at Rhode...
Upon unloading the Ship Commerce a Prize lately Captured & sent into this Port by the Privateers,...
(I) and (II), printed forms with MS insertions, signed: American Philosophical Society This...
9[Diary entry: 3 June 1780] (Washington Papers)
3d. Rather cool—Wind fresh from the Westward with a little Rain about 3 Oclock.
The inclosed letter of resignation from Mr. Armistead Commissioner for the Continental loan...
11General Orders, 3 June 1780 (Washington Papers)
Brigade Returns (regimentally digested) of all the Espontoons actually wanting in the several...
Mr Biddle’s attendance is not required by the Board of Treasury. Nor will any thing be done in...
Copy: Library of Congress I seldom hear from you or Sally, but I have lately had the satisfaction...
Your Excellency has mentioned the necessity several times of establishing expresses between this...
Your Excellency’s Letter of the 27th of May being referred to a Committee with Instructions to...
Copies: Library of Congress (two), National Archives J’ai reçu, Monsieur, la Lettre que vous...
I beg leave to inform Your Excellency that it appears to me, the Officers mentioned in the...
Major John Patten of the Delaware Regiment informs me that there are four vacancies of Ensigns in...
I went a few days ago to see the Hotel de Monnoie or the Mint, the Building where all the Kings...