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The recommendations of Laurance Butler to be Major in case Mr. Morgan should ultimately refuse...
My reverend neigbor and worthy friend Mr. Weld of Braintree has written me a note which I...
In Obedience to your Request Inclose the Letter of Luc Faurd—an Officer of the French Republic &...
I have the honour respectfully to acknowledge the receipt of your letters of the 7th & 13th, and...
I do myself the honor to enclose the copy of a letter from the Consul at the Havanna, to the Secy...
Letters similar to the enclosed have been transmitted to the Senators of each State from New...
New York, May 24, 1799. “… I shall confer with Col Smith on the subject of his Major and...
By your favour of the 9th you have given me a latitude to exercise my judgment, in entering on...
I understand from the Secretary of War, that in the capacity of Agent for the War Department I am...
Natchez [ Mississippi Territory ] May 24, 1799 . “Immediately after I received your Letter of the...
Enclosed I have the honor to transmit to you, the copy of a Letter from the Surveyor General of...
In the spring of the year 1777 I march’d from Boston as a Cadet in Capt Winthrop Sargent’s...
A press of business has — diverted my attention from measures to for convey — Capt Freyes company...
Your letter with the inclosed contr copy of a contract has reached me with true consideration I...
I have heretofore written you several letters sometimes addressed to you by name and sometimes by...
I am The Secy of War has informed me, that there are forty six Iron Cannon chiefly twenty four...
I presume circumstances have intefered with my the execution of my desire as to the delivery of a...
The Secretary of War has directed me to inquire whether Capt. Justus B Smith Lts. Thomas Thompson...
Yours of the date of April 10th. 13th. 15th. 17th. & 23d., have come to hand, after a long...
I have the honor, ’tho’ with much regret, to inform you, that the recruiting-Service is still...
21[Diary entry: 24 May 1799] (Washington Papers)
24. A good deal of Rain fell last Night; day warm, & Wind Southerly. Mer. 78 abt. Noon & 70 at...
I mean to renew the outer fence, on the line between you and me, & in a manner more substantial...
The enclosed was written (as you will perceive by the Superscription) to go by General Lee; who,...