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The Petition of John Lynch of Baltimore Town late a Major in the Maryland line of the Continental Army—Most Respectfully Sheweth—That Your Petitioner from the Commencement, to the Conclusion of Hostilities, in our late Glorious Revolution, followed the Orders of his Beloved Commander in Chief, and bore an Active part in the Cause of America, As well in its hardships, as its Triumphs; during An...
St. Eustatius, 10 Aug. 1793. Clarkson having deputed him to act as consul during the President’s pleasure, and his absence, and several American citizens having applied to him for consular acts, he has thought it prudent, because of the interim governor’s refusal to recognize Clarkson as consul or to look at Clarkson’s deputation, to evince a respect for the laws of Holland and guard against...
Falmouth, 10 Aug. 1793. He wrote on 8 June to request a new consular commission from the President in place of the one mistakenly made out to Edward Fox. He encloses a somewhat incomplete list of American ships that arrived here. He has consistently interceded to procure the release of American sailors impressed here as British subjects; he has been successful in some late cases and hopes to...
The extreme uncertainty of the effects the present War in Europe may have upon the tranquillity and prosperity of this Country, and the fears We entertain on the subject, induce us to wish to become Citizens of the United States, so as at all events, to secure to ourselves under your Government, the invaluable priviledges of true Liberty and protection of property: And We are the more eager to...
I do myself the honor of enclosing the Copy of a letter from John Hamilton, esqr. British Consul at Norfolk. The communications contained in Mr. Hamilton’s letter have been transmitted by direction of the Executive, to the Commandants of the Militia of the Borough of Norfolk, and the Counties of Nansemond and Norfolk. I have the honor to be, with sentiments of respect and esteem, &c. FC ( Vi :...