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AL : American Philosophical Society Dr. Blagden will do himself the honour of dining with Dr. Franklin next thursday. Addressed: A Monsieur / M. Le Docteur Franklin &c / à Passy. For Blagden’s visit to Paris see Joseph Banks to BF , May 28. According to his journal, the June 26 dinner included WTF , John Jay, Mme Helvétius, and Mrs. Barclay. Blagden commented of BF : “He is become very...
RC ( LC : Madison Papers). Undated and signature clipped. JM later wrote “Theodk. Bland.” at the close of the letter. The text is faded almost to the point of illegibility. Letter docketed by JM, “Bland Theodk. June 22. 1783.” Cover missing. In consequence of the determination of Congress on Saturday, I took the necessary measures, to put myself in a Situation, to fulfill their intentions as...
To accommodate the officers of the 2nd Massachusetts Regiment, I have this day consented that Lieut. Joshua Danforth should be paymaster to the regiment in the room of Lieut. Storer and that Lieut. Ames take the place of Lieut. Crock of the Same Regiment, have mentioned it in my orders of this day, and hope your Excellencys approbation, I have the honor to be with the greatest respect Your...
The letter with which you honoured me gave me singular pleasure, as a mark of the justice you do to my sentiments with respect to you, and to my sincere zeal for every cause in which humanity and religion are concerned. I certainly, Sir, would have paid the warmest regard to your recommendation, had the merit of its object been only known to me by your opinion;—but, indeed, the cause speaks...
5General Orders, 22 June 1783 (Washington Papers)
When the Troops move off the Ground a surgeon or Mate will remain with the sick of each regiment for a day or two untill the Hutts can be made ready to receive them. a sufficient number of orderly men to take care of the sick must also remain with them. DLC : Papers of George Washington.