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The Dispute between Great Britain and the United Provinces is now wrought up to a Crisis. Things...
It is very difficult to discover, with Certainty the secret springs which actuate the Courts of...
Affairs are Still in Suspence. This Day being Chrismas and Yesterday a sunday, there was no...
The inclosed Instructions given by me to Capt. Lockhart for conducting on the Prisoners taken at...
I do myself the honor to enclose to Your Excellency the Extract of a Letter which I have just...
The Sentiments and Affections of a People, may be learned from many little Circumstances, which...
At a time when the Army is about to undergo a material change—When Congress and the States...
War is to a Dutchman the greatest of Evils. Sir Joseph Yorke is so sensible of this, that he...
I have been honored with your Excellencys favor of the 6th and two of the 9th Inst. The manner in...
I am every day accepting the Bills of Exchange, which were drawn upon Mr. Laurens: but I have no...