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Copy: Library of Congress; transcripts: National Archives, Massachusetts Historical Society As since the Change of Ministry in England, some serious Professions have been made of their Disposition to Peace, and of their Readiness to enter into a general Treaty for that purpose; and as the Concerns and Claims of five Nations are to be discuss’d in that Treaty, which must therefore be...
ALS : Historical Society of Pennsylvania It is with the utmost pleasure I feel an Hour is at last arrivd, when I can write without impropriety to my dear & respectable Friend. You will be so just to me as to believe that my silence was not owing to neglect or indifference. Great caution was necessary to be observd by one of my rank & profession, who was acting in open opposition to an...
39th. Thursday. (Adams Papers)
Mr. Artaud dined at Mr. Rimbert’s. In the afternoon he came with two of Mr. Rimbert’s nephews and we went to the shops. Took a ride. Mr. Hoogwerst came and made us a visit. He told us that the States General of the United Provinces had on the 19th. of April declared acknowledged America, independant. Fine clear weather. For a discussion of JA ’s long and persistent efforts to achieve Dutch...
Enclosed your Excellency will find a receipt of the delivery of the letter you were pleased a few days since to direct to me to forward to the enemies lines—and two newspapers brought up by the Officer who went with the flag—They are not of so late a date as some I have before sent, but as they contain some debates in the british house of commons probably not inserted in the other papers sent,...
I have just received a Letter from Mr Silas Deane, which at the request of its Author, I beg leave to present to Your Excellency for perusal, after which I shall thank Your Excellency to return it. I have the honor to be, With every Sentiment of Esteem & Regard, Your Excellency’s most Obedt Servt DLC : Papers of George Washington.
ALS : American Philosophical Society Nous obéissons aux ordres de Votre Excellence, en Lui faisant parvenir par le canal de Monsieur Grand à Paris les 26 volumes de la Collection complette des anciens auteurs Romains publiés jusqu’ici, & 1 volume des Grecs, pour la somme de 55 Livres de france. Nous souhaitons, que ces ouvrages puissent mériter l’approbation éclairée de Votre Excellence. Elle...
MS ( NA : PCC , No. 36, I, 299). In JM’s hand. Charles Thomson wrote “Madison. Bland.” at the top of the manuscript to signify that JM made the motion and Theodorick Bland seconded it. Docketed, “Motion of Mr Madison seconded by Mr Bland respectg the promotion of Col. O Williams passed May 9th 1782.” General Green commandg. the Army of the U. S. in the S. Department, having represented to...
Your Excellency having Stated the Enemys force in New York at 9,000 regular and 3,390 irregular Troops Total 12,390 in Charles Town 3,300 Savanna 700 Total in Chs Town & Savanna 4,000. and first, supposing the whole force from N. York to Savanna inclusive 16,390 men assembled at New York. That the Enemy retain possession of the harbour and that they have a naval superiority on the coast....
A Flag from Sir Guy Carleton arriv’d at this place last night. the dispatches of which Lieut. Givens the barer of this has the Care of to Your Excellency. Brigade Major Scott who has charge of the dispatches is Very anxious to wait on Your Excellency, as he was Order’d to deliver them him self. I shall ditain him till I have Your Excellencys Orders for discharging him, as he Expects an answer...
As the Trustees mentioned in my Fathers Will, are at a loss to know, whether they have a right to divide his real Estate among his Children as they think fit, or not; I do, at their request, beg you that you would give us your Opinion on that head; and if you should think that they cannot, we would willingly know whether a division could be procured by a Suit in Chancery agreeable to the two...