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Mr. Ross the Commercial Agent having succeeded to the Duties of the Board of Trade has of Course...
Colonel Broadhead, Commanding at Fort Pitt, has informed us, that being apprehensive of a...
I find it will be some time yet before Colo. Davies will have the several Estimates ready and it...
A Knolege that Congress do not possess money but occasionally induces us to think it best to...
On the receipt of your favor of the 22d of February inclosing the Memorial of Mr. Stodder and...
The Honble. Major Genl. Baron de Steuben will lay before your Excellency an expedition suggested...
This Morning Lieutenant Henry Bell of the third Regiment of Dragoons came to my House with an...
Not having that kind of knolege of the transactions of the artificers which is acquired by...
Since the Resolution of Congress relative to the removal of the Convention Troops they have been...
May it please yoúr Excellency that we thank her for the most kind reception I had the honoúr to...
I came here, My Dear Hamilton, on Friday night to bid adieu to the General, to you and to My...
AL (draft): Library of Congress I am requested by some Friends of much Consideration in this...
ALS : American Philosophical Society Je vous ecris cette lettre pour vous dire combien je m’amuse...
AL : American Philosophical Society L’Excellent docteur Mac-mahon et Le chr. de Keralio...
ALS : American Philosophical Society It is with the greatest Reluctance that we trouble your...
Your favor of the 8th from Carlisle came to me safe, as did the letter alluded to in it; which I...
I hope your Excellency is arrived safe at your Head Quarters in Windsor—Last Wednesday a British...
In my former letter I acquainted your excellency with the difficulty which attended the sending...
It appears that when an Invalid Corps was formed it was intended to answer a Twofold...
I recollect there was a Gun Boat employed on the River, which was withdrawn at the setting in of...
I am honored with your’s of this date. I ordered the gun-boat fitted some ten or twelve days...
As justice is undoubtedly a duty we owe to ourselves as well as our country, and to which I think...
Congress have been pleased to refer to your Excellency the enclosed Letter of the 21st Instant...
As I Hope My letters of the 23d and 25th Have Been Safely transmitted and this will Be...
By Intelligences just Received I Hear that the British fleet Have Returned to Lyn Haven Bay, and...
The Board have the Honour to transmit for your Excellency’s Information the inclosed Instructions...
Printed text ( JCC Worthington Chauncey Ford et al ., eds., Journals of the Continental Congress,...
FC (Virginia State Library). Written by a clerk. I beg leave to ask your Sollicitations with...
Tr ( LC : Force Transcripts). Docketed, “Edmund Pendleton to James Madison.” Another copy is...
This morning Came to our Bay 15 or Sixteen Sail more vessells which make thirty some odd which I...