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’Tis with real pain I ask your Excellency’s attention (engaged as it is in affairs of such vast...
Convinced of the utility, the necessity, at all times, of a well disciplined militia, to every...
I esteem it a singular honour done me by your Excellency in offering me the post of Adjutant...
I sent by the express an answer to your letter respecting the office of adjutant general, & gave...
I had the honour to receive your Excellency’s letter by Col. Lee, conferring upon me the office...
It often happens that soldiers are discharged without being paid off, or furnished with a...
The inclosed copy of a letter from Thomas Smith Esqr. will inform you of the distressed condition...
Capt. Armstrong arrived here yesterday with some necessaries for the North Carolina troops, among...
General Gates has written to Congress describing his distressed situation from the want of men,...
This morning it occurred to me that very little if any of the cloathing at Springfield had been...
Justice and the Public Interest require that all Allowances engaged to the Army should be...
I have the happiness to inform you that the box, containing the orderly books & some returns,...
Letter not found : from Timothy Pickering, 5 March 1779. GW wrote Pickering on 10 March : “I had...
Letter not found : from Timothy Pickering, 13 March 1779. GW wrote to Pickering on 20 March : “I...
yours of the 22d inst. came to hand yesterday evening. I immediately sent orders to the Clothier...
Last evening an express arrived here from Charlestown, which place he left the 23d of June. He...
Yesterday afternoon arrived here the armed Cutter Royal George of 14 guns, prize to the Pickering...
No opportunity having presented during the winter, of sending your barge to Potowmack; when last...
Generally speaking, no task could be imposed on me so ungrateful as that of applying for a public...
The messenger to the Seneca nation set off this afternoon, with a letter addressed by me to their...
4 barrels of Country rum 120 gall. @ at 3/. £ 18. 0.0 Provisions for 200 Indians 12 days,...
In obedience to your orders I held a Conference with the Chiefs &c. of the Seneca nation of...
In obedience to your orders of the 4th of September last, I took the necessary steps for holding...
Having been accidentally detained here longer than I expected, and a little leisure now...
I intended to have done myself the honour of waiting on you in person: but a letter may give you...
(Duplicate) Sir, Philadelphia May 2d 1791. Of the measures pursuing by general Knox, relative to...
I did myself the honour to call at your house to-day, to speak with you: but you were engaged...
Among the great duties of your high station, the selection of proper characters for public...
The manner in which I have been employed to effect the present visit of the Chiefs of the Five...
I inclose the information given me by Colo. Louis. The copy of the letter from his nation bears...
Can you inform me of any of the facts or representations communicated to the president relative...
The inclosed letter from Samuel Freeman Esqr. of Portland I should have presented long ago: but...
The intelligence contained in the enclosed copy of a letter from Mr Storer, seemed to be of...
I have been honoured with your letter of the 14th relatively to the fever which has raged so...
I wrote you by Monday’s post. That afternoon I went to see Mr Peters; and had the pleasure to...
Since sealing my letter of this date, my servant has brought me an answer from the Mayor, which I...
I have the pleasure to inform you that the mortal fever which has raged in this city, is...
I arrived here yesterday. Two or three hours before, two runners arrived from the Indian Council...
On the 20th I wrote you, that two runners had arrived the day before from Buffaloe Creek with a...
On the 23d Ulto I sent Horatio Jones the Interpreter to Buffaloe Creek to hasten the departure of...
Various accidents have retarded the business of the treaty—among others, the death of two Oneida...
The inclosed draught of a letter to the Governors of Virginia, Maryland, South Carolina, Georgia...
I beg leave to submit to your perusal and orders the inclosed communication from Mr Dixon, and my...
Be pleased to hand the inclosed papers for the perusal of the President. I will do myself the...
I beg leave to inclose for your perusal a letter of the first instant from Captain Bruff of the...
The Secretary respectfully lays before the President of the United States a letter from Governor...
I have been honoured with your note of this morning, and now inclose the draught of the message...
General Knox has handed me the inclosed communications from General Wilkinson, deeming them...
Lt Colo. Butler, who commands at Fort Pitt, has suggested that probably many good recruits might...
Mr Dandridge will be pleased to hand the inclosed letter and papers from Genl Wayne to the...