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M r. Adams’s Books & Papers being at the Hague, it is impossible for him to give M r. Grand a List of the Bills drawn on M r. Laurens and him, which have been accepted by him, before he shall return to the Hague. M r. Adams gave to Mess s. Fizeau Grand & C o. at Amsterdam compleat Lists of all the Bills he accepted & transmitted to D r. Franklin also in the time of it Copies of those Lists....
Printed copy ( Burnett, Letters Edmund C. Burnett, ed., Letters of Members of the Continental Congress (8 vols.; Washington, 1921–36). , VII, 172, and n. 1). John F. Mercer probably wrote the letter, with the exception of the other two signatures. An abstract, emphasizing the third paragraph, is in Cal. of Va. State Papers William P. Palmer et al ., eds., Calendar of Virginia State Papers and...
LS : American Philosophical Society; copy: Library of Congress It was my earnest Desire from the first Moment when it was known that the Troops of his most Christian Majesty were intended for this Continent to promote his Service and forward the Views and Interests of his faithful Servants— It would appear like an empty Boast to say that I was early and frequently useful to them nor would I...
14General Orders, 27 May 1783 (Washington Papers)
For the day tomorrow Brigr Genl Stark B. Qr Mr 3d Massa. Brigade The 1st York regt gives the Guards and the Jersey Battalion the fatigues tomorrow. The regimental Surgeons are to make Returns of their Sick weekly to Doctr Craick. The Honorable the Congress have been pleased to pass the following Resolve. By the United States in Congress assembled May 16th 1783. Resolved That the Commutation in...