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In a crisis like the present it is the duty of every true American to contribute his utmost to...
Raised as you are by the providence of a righteous God to the command of millions of an...
Partaking as I do in all your difficulties I feel it to be a duty to communicate such information...
The present Circumstances of our Country looks very alarming, & for want of resources makes it so...
I have at length recovered from the Misfortunes which befel me whilst in the Territory of...
At a time like the present when my life & Property, as well as that of Millions of the...
The determination which I was compelled to form and communicate to you on the 25th of April last...
The circumstances connected with my private affairs which induced me to explain to you on the...
After an action of two hours by the watch from 9 AM ’till 11 the British squadron of one frigate...
The inclosed view of the British population is most respectfully submitted, at this crisis....
The very remarkable changes that have recently taken place in Europe, under that misterious...
At the moment of taking my pen to address thee, my eyes are flowing with tears of anxiety and...
Knowing Your arduous engagements at this time for the Publick I am unwilling to obtrude myself...
When I last parted with you I proceeded on to Carlisle and immediately on my arrival at that...
We have the honour to offer the services of a corps of one hundred men, who tender themselves to...
To James Madison, President of the United States, the memorial of Major-general James Wilkinson,...
A Stranger addresses you, It has been the pleasure of the councill of appointment in this State...
The destruction of the Capitol by the Enemy having made it necessary that other accomodations...
Forgive me. My Ancestor came to America in 1711. He was a young Officer under the Duke of...
On the 16th March last I had the honor to inclose you the account of Sales of the Tobo you were...
The Comme. of Defense determined, on Thursday (I think), the 15th., to request a comme: from each...
Tis truly glorious news & nothing could have been better timed. We can now strengthen Chauncy so...
The only apology a poor Old Man will make to Your Excellency for trespassing on your patience is...
It is with extreme regret I learn, that the British Prisoners, detained in Kentuckey and Ohio,...
We the under Signed being well acquainted with Dabney Wade of Maury County & State of Tennessee...
In every sacrifice which the war may require, we have the animating recollection that it was our...
Notwithstanding the early day which had been fixed for your session of the present year, I was...
Yours of the 6th. came duly to hand. A letter about the same time was recd. by the Dept. of War,...
While I feel & deplore the heavy disasters, that have lately befallen our flourishing...
Regent said that he “knew nothing of M. Henry.” Lord Hawksbery (now Lord Liverpoole) was, at the...