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    Lieutenant Colonel Beckwith.   The gazette of the United States, published this morning gives us...
    Lt. Colonel Beckwith. The newspapers of yesterday and of this day mention communications to the...
    Mr. Beckwith. I take the liberty of speaking very freely to you on every subject, and upon this...
    [Beckwith] “Having heard that Governor St. Clair had asserted since his arrival in this place,...
    [ Philadelphia, March-April, 1791. “… the Vice-president, Secretaries of the Treasury & War &...
    Mr. —— I believe I told you during the winter, that Colonel Smith went to England on private...
    Mr. _____ I have read the determination of the National Assembly of France of the 25th. of...
    7.   [Beckwith] I am directed by Lord Dorchester to thank You for those expressions of civility,...
    7   “If the United States were at war with a great or respectable nation, the case would be...
    A Conversation: Mr. Hamilton, Mr. William Macomb of Detroit, and Lieutenant Colonel Beckwith. Lt....