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ALS and copy: National Archives In 30 Days after we left the Capes of Delaware, we came to an...
LS : American Philosophical Society; copy: Library of Congress Permit me to repeat my...
AL (draft): Library of Congress I am requested by some Friends of much Consideration in this...
I Received the Letters, with which you were pleased to favor me per Mr. Fessenden on Saturday...
If Congress have not yet left Philadelphia, they ought to do it immediately without fail, for the...
I did myself the honor to write you a hasty line this Evening giving it as my opinion that the...
I left camp last evening and came to this city to superintend the collection of blankets and...
I this minute returned from our Lines on Long Island where I left his Excellency the General....
His Excellency being called from Head Quarters to day on business of Importance which prevents...
His Excellency being out a reconnoitring and busily engaged in the Affairs of the Army, I have...
Since I had the Honor of addressing you on the 29th Instant, no event of importance has occured....
His Excellency having gone this Morning to visit our posts beyond Kings bridge and the Several...
By command of his Excellency, I have the honor to inform you, that our situation is nearly the...
The whole of our Army is now here and on the Neighbouring Heights, except the Troops left at...
The situation of our Affairs not permitting his Excellency to write himself, I have it in charge...
I have it in command from his Excellency, to transmit you the inclosed Copies of dispatches which...
I am directed by his Excellency to acknowledge his receipt of your favor of the 28th Ulto which...
Yesterday Evening, I received the honor of your Letter of the 9th with its several Inclosures. I...
The Enemy are now advancing. Their present appearance indicates a disposition to pursue this...
When I had the Honor of addressing you this morning, I mentioned, that the Enemy were advancing...
Your favor of the 30th. together with the resolutions of Congress of the 26th. Ult. came safe to...
In a late conversation with Mr. T. Adams since his return from Congress I find, what indeed might...
Inclosed you have an Account of Powder supplyed the Army lately before Boston, by this Colony. We...
Whereas John Hancock, Samuel Adams, John Adams, Robert Treat Paine, and Elbridge Gerry Esqrs....
At the same time that we think Ourselves obliged to acknowledge the vigilance and care of our...
We are informed by his Excellency General Washington, that it is his opinion, the paying our...
Watertown, 11 November 1775. (Misc. Papers of the Continental Congress, Reel No. 8). Although the...
Watertown, 25 July 1775. FC ( M-Ar : Mass. House of Representatives Records, 57:263). As speaker,...
I am honoured with yours of the 4th inclosing sundry Resolves of Congress from the 29th March to...
I do myself the honour to transmit you the inclosed most interesting and agreeable intelligence...