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M r Grigby, the Bearer of this Letter, is recommended to me, by Gentlemen, who have been friendly and Usefull to America in the Peace, in Such a manner that I beg Leave to introduce him to your Acquaintance. His Views I Suppose are commercial, but a Letter to You may do him more Honour, than to many more Merchants, and perhaps more service even in his own Way. I have been waiting month after...
LS : American Philosophical Society; draft: Archives du Ministère des affaires étrangères J’ai communiqué, Monsieur, à Mr. le Garde des Sceaux la demande que vous avez faite pour publier par la voye de l’impression la traduction du livre des constitutions des Etats-unis de l’amque. Sepale. Mr. le Garde des Sceaux vient, Monsieur, de me répondre qu’il avoit autorisé le Sr. Pierres Imprimeur à...
3General Orders, 5 April 1783 (Washington Papers)
For tomorrow Major Pettengell B. Qr Mr Jersey Brigade For duty the 8th Massachusetts regiment. No Amunition to be issued from the Magazine untill further orders. The Muster and inspection of the Army for the month of March is countermanded untill further orders. Lieutenant Colonel Cochran, Majors Scott and Gibbs Doctr Cochran Director of the Hospitals with one Hospital surgeon will constitute...
It is easier for you to conceive than for me to express the sensibility of my Heart at the communications in your letter of the 5th of Feby from Cadiz. It is to these communications we are indebted for the only acct yet recd of a general Pacification. My mind upon the receipt of this news was instantly assailed by a thousand ideas, all of them contending for pre-eminence, but believe me my...
A regimental courtmartial was yesterday held in the Invalid regt & brought to me for approbation, on reading I found part of the sentence contained matter exceeding the authority of an officer commanding a regt as a discharge must be the consequence. I therefore take the liberty to submit it to your consideration, but beg leave to observe that the man bears a very bad character, has never...