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Your letter by Express, of the 8th Instant I fear has fallen into the hands of the common Enemy,...
After Jenkins left this yesterday evening, the enclosed, from Capt. Dagworthy, came to hand. We...
Since writing to your Honor yesterday, a very base and villainous scheme has been discovered;...
This instant the enclosed letters came to my hands —I have not lost a moments time in...
Mr Atkins delay is productive of numberless ill consequences. I am teased incessantly by the...
Since writing my Letter of Yesterday’s date the inclosd came to hand by which your honr will be...
The bearer hereof, Monsieur Druillong, with Monsieur LaForce and two Cadets I beg leave to...
I this day received the enclosed from Capt. Dagworthy: The Indians mentioned therein are likewise...
Enclosed is a copy of a letter which I received from Captn McKenzie. Since my last, the different...
I was in hope that by Garrisoning the Forts with part of the Militia, we should have been able to...