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Enclosed is the Copy of a Resolve which I have transmitted to the Count de Rochambeau & to the Chevalier Destouches by Direction of Congress. I have the Honor to be with very great Esteem & Respect Your Excellency’s most obedient & most humble servant DLC : Papers of George Washington.
I have taken the Liberty agreeable to your Excellencys permission, to lay before Congress your Letter of the 24th Ulto & expect their determination on the subject to day or tomorrow. Warrants on the seven Northern States are Issued in my favor for 879.342 dols new Emission and for about three Millions & an half in the old Money on the Eastern States, for the payment of the Army—a grant as...
I have communicated to the chevalier Destouches some proposals made to me by the Council at Boston about an attack on Penobscot, together with the Answer made to me by your Excellency upon that subject. The chevalier Destouches Appeared to have a great mind to it. he ordered Mr DelaPerouse to ask a Plan of it which was brought to us yesterday by deputies from Boston; after examining it, he...
My last to your Excellency was of the Second of March since which an excrutiating fit of the Gout, which still deprives me of my right hand, has rendered me almost totally incapable of business. as soon however as I was able to bear any motion, I had myself brought down here to be at hand to forward the preparations for marching the detachment, and to keep the Assembly in mind of the necessity...
Having recent intelligence of the present situation, & probable intention of a Body of the Refugees assembled at Lloydsneck, I take the liberty to make a few Observations to Your Excellency on the Subject. Since the Establishment of the Board, at N. York, for the Direction of the associated Loyalists , there appears to have been a regular System adopted to open a more effectual Communication...