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I have the Honour of receiving your Excellencys Letter of the 10th Instant I had heard before of the disagreableness of your Journey to the Hague— I thought the passage by Harwich a bad one, I am glad however to find it was not so bad as that by Dover would have been. I Hope your residence, where you now are, will be rendered more Agreable by the Arrival of M rs Adams and your Family. your...
The many favors, and particular marks, of His Excellencis Kindness, and oblidging conduct, towards me, during the whole time, I spent in America, Gives me reason, to hope You will honor me with the order of Cincinnatus, of wich Your Excellency is the President. As I was not a Colonel during the war, I cannot get the order, wich is Conferred only on Generals or Colonels in General Rochambeaus...
The kindness you were pleased to shew me, when we had the honor of being commanded by you, encourages me to claim your protection for admittance into the Order of Cincinnatus. I should be much flattered with the honor—I have been the oldest Major in Count Rochambeau’s army, and in this quality made three Campains in America as Major of Brigade: and independant of the siege of Yorck, fortune...
Yours of the 1th Instant Came to hand this day. in Complyance with your request, I have Searched my offices, and find no other locations in your name Returned by Colo. Crawford but those you mention vizt that on Shirtee & that at the round bottom on the Ohio, the Warrants with the assignments on which you right to both those are founded I have in Safe keeping, and they were all recited or...
Immediately on the receipt of your favor of the 14th. of this month I demanded the necessary documents from the Solicitor to give you some general idea of the expenditures of the State for its immediate defence and the conquest of the back country and received such an answer as I expected which I enclose you for your information of the State of Our public accounts. I believe the confusion is...