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In Consequence of Excellency’s Directions relative to Colonel Nicola’s Letter of Yesterday, I would beg leave to observe that from the Circumstances attending the Persons in Question and the Order of the Board of War respecting Instances of that Nature, no Muster can be made of them for longer Term than thirty Days previous to joining the invalid Corps, which according to the Colonel’s...
I take this Early Opportunity of Expressing to you the high Satisfaction I rece iv ed at the t ast e & Elegance displayed in the preparations you made for the Celebration of the birth of the Dauphin—the very great part you had in contributing to the pleasures of that day deserves my warmest acknowledgements and I beg you to receive this Testimony of my thanks for your exertion on that...
The Officers of the first and second Massachusetts Brigades and Massachusetts regiment of artillery, beg leave as a part of the army, to express the great joy and felicity we feel on the auspicious birth of the Dauphin of France. Permit us to request of your Excellency to address his excellency the minister of France with our hearty congratulations upon this important event, and to express for...
RC (Virginia State Library). Written by Theodorick Bland, except for JM’s signature. Docketed, “1782. June 4th.” Our last of the 28th. Ultimo informed your Excelly. fully of the State of News at this place, Since which nothing material has happened, except what the enclosed News Paper contains. There yet remains some doubt relative to the event of the Action of the two fleets in the West...
RC ( LC : Madison Papers). In the second volume of this collection, beginning with folio 73, are four pages of a letter written by JM and dated “June 4th. 1782.” Although the cover is missing, the contents permit no doubt that Randolph was the addressee. Folio 42 of the third volume of JM’s manuscripts in the Library of Congress seems to be an additional page containing a postscript to the...
414565th. Wednesday. (Adams Papers)
This forenoon Mr. D. went and took a walk in the garden. After dinner I went with Mr. Artaud to the Shops. We took a ride out of town. Went to Mr. Rimberts took a walk to the garden. Mr. Artaud supp’d out. Fine weather.
Just a Line, by our venerable Friend, President Laurens, with whom your Communions will be sweet. Pray let me know if Mr Jay is coming to Paris, or come. The last Victory of Rodney, to whom Heaven grants them to shew that it dispizes them, has restored the national Delirium, in all its Effervescence. We shall have no Peace I suppose, in Consequence. War then! War? Yet I sigh for Peace as much,...
It was with concern we foúnd by the letter Yoúr Excellency honord ús with in date of the 1st. instant yoúr and Mr. Thaxters indisposition, we sincerely wish a speedy restablishment of yoúr healths, that yoú may vizit as soon as yoú wish this Capital, which however we do not súppose will be hastend on Accoúnt of the small Ballance to be payd us, as we wish yoú to make it perfectly Convenient to...
Copies: University of South Carolina Library (two), Library of Congress (three), Massachusetts Historical Society Mr Lawrens while under Confinement in England, proposed that, upon his being liberated upon his Parole, he would apply to you for an Exchange in favour of My Lord Cornwallis, by a Discharge of his Lps. [Lordship’s] Parole granted upon the Surrendry of his Garrison at the Village of...
41460General Orders, 5 June 1782 (Washington Papers)
By the last inspection Returns the Commander in Chief with pleasure Observes the Army is in a much better state than it was the preceding Month—The Regiments of the New York Line—the first regiment of Jersey commanded by Colonel Ogden—the third Regiment of Artillery Commanded by Colonel Crane and the seventh Regiment of Massachusetts Commanded by Lieutenant Colonel Commandant Brooks are...