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I have the Honour to acquaint your Excellency, that I have received from Congress a Commission,...
This Day the Skipper of a Trech Schuit, brought me, your Excellencys important Dispatches by...
War Office, Richmond, 6 Apr. 1781 . Talbot agrees “to perform the Turners work for the public...
Letters from Cadiz inform us of the arrival of a Vessel at that port from Baltimore she left the...
Richmond, 6 Apr. 1781 . Transmits a request from the militia of Prince George co. now in service...
Richmond, 6 Apr. 1781 . Gratefully acknowledges receipt of a warrant “for two Millions of...
Printed text ( JCC Worthington Chauncey Ford et al ., eds., Journals of the Continental Congress,...
Copies: National Archives (two), Massachusetts Historical Society; transcript: National Archives...
Inclosed I lay before our Excellency the estimates you were pleased to mention some time ago. Mr....
I receivd last Evening your Excellencys two letters of the 24th and 30th of March. The first upon...
I have received your report respecting the Teams and presented it to His Excellency, who directs...
Enclosed is the Copy of a Resolve which I have transmitted to the Count de Rochambeau & to the...
Since writing my other letter of this date, yours of to day is come to hand. I take the liberty...
FC (Virginia State Library). Written by a clerk. A copy of the second paragraph in JM’s hand is...
The Executive have had it much at heart to prevent as far as possible interruption in raising the...
I have received your letter informing us of the Arrival of our Arms &c. from Rhode Island at...
Twelve Months having elapsed since any Money was drawn for the Payment of my Men, I have sent...
When I received your last kind, and daily Remembrance of me, I felt doubly obliged, for I knew I...
The two Flags by Lt. Col. Matthews and Major Callis have been admitted into this place and your...
I have received your letter dated the 31st. ulto. and am much obliged to you, Sir, for the...
I have taken the Liberty agreeable to your Excellencys permission, to lay before Congress your...
His Excellency’s Application to the Justices of Ulster & Orange has been presented, accompanied...
I have communicated to the chevalier Destouches some proposals made to me by the Council at...
My last to your Excellency was of the Second of March since which an excrutiating fit of the...
Having recent intelligence of the present situation, & probable intention of a Body of the...
ALS : American Philosophical Society I was yesterday informed by my Friend at Ostende, a Trunk &...
Since my letter to you of yesterday, I have attentively considered of what vast importance it...
The enclosed Letters are of very great importance. You will be pleased therefore to pay...
Should the Marquis de la Fayette not be with the detachment, you will halt wherever this may meet...
In consequence of the Resolution of Congress of the 14th of Decr last referring Your Memorial for...