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His Excellency Samuel Adams late Governor of Massachusetts was born in Boston in 1722. His first Education was in the celebrated public Latin School in that City where he was prepared for the University at Cambridge to which he was admitted in 1736. He received his degree of Batchellor of Arts in 1740 and his Degree of Master of Arts in 1743. After his first degree, he entered the store of...
I have the Honor of transmitting to your Excellency a Copy of a Pamphlet on the money-concerns of the Union. I should be highly gratified if the Contents were to meet your approbation, and remain with the greatest Respect Your Excellency’s most obt. St. DLC : Papers of James Madison.
Although I have not the pleasure of a personal acquaintance with you, I take the liberty of asking your information upon the following points 1 st At what time the Convention of this State first resolved to give a bounty in lands to their officers and Soldiers ? 2 d whether you are in possession of a full journal of the proceedings of the convention of this State of 1776, and if you are not,...
I at length have the pleasure to announce to you the passage thro the House of Delegates of our Bill for the establishment of the College, and of the Bill for the relief of Cap t Millar The last will make it’s way thro the Senate with much ease; But as to the first, I much doubt whether it will be passed in it’s present shape. It has lost in the H. of D. the section providing for aid from the...
the petition of M r Miller has passed our body agreeable to the prayer & I have Spoken to M r Cabell to Support it in the Senate . the petition of for the central college has also passed our body & the one concerning our