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Whilst all Denomination’s of People bless the happy occasion of your Excellency’s return to enjoy private and domestic felecity, Permit us Sir, (the Members of Lodge No. 39 lately establish’d in Alexandria) to assure Your Excellency that We as a Mystical Body rejoice in having a Brother so near us, Whose pre’eminent Benevolence has secured the Happiness of Millions, and that We shall esteem...
I seize with eagerness, the first moment, in which you enjoy the charms, of a peaceful retirement, and the Satisfaction to find you r self restored, to those, to whom you are dear, after So many dangers, and So much glory; to offer you my hommage, and my felicitations, on the glorious peace, obtained by your Labours, and your success. I have, sir, many rights to partake your Sentimens, on this...
With a pleasing sensibility I received your favor of the 26th, and beg leave to offer you my sincere thanks for the favorable sentiments with which it abounds. I shall always feel pleasure when it may be in my power to render service to Lodge No. 39, and in every act of brotherly kindness to the Members of it; being with great truth Your affecte Brother and Obedt Servant ViAlL .
After as prosperous a journey as could be expected at this season of the year, I arrived at my seat the day before Christmas, having previously divested myself of my official character—I am now a private Citizen on the banks of the Potomack, where I should be happy to see you if your public business would ever permit and where, in the meantime, I shall fondly cherish the remembrance of all...
This Letter will be presented to your Excellency by Mr Godin, a Relation of Mr Van Berkel; who is on his Journey to South Carolina, with Mr Backer & Mr Barron : These Gentlemen have been introduced to me by Mr Robert Morris; a Copy of whose Letter I enclose. Many Foreigners of Distinction, who have been desirous of viewing your Excellency at The Head of an Army, and still more anxious to see...
J’ay Reçu Par le major Lenfant la lettre Dont votre Excellence m’a honnoré comme Presidant De la Société formée Par les officiers Dans l’armée americaine Sous la denomination De Cincinnatus. Je suis flatté De l’honneur qu’Elle m’a fait De me nommer un des Ses membres & Je suis Charmé que Sa majesté ait Bien Voulu me Permettre d’En Porter la Medaille. Je vous prie d’Etre Persuadé que Ce Signe...
The Mayor and Commonalty of Alexandria, impressed with the liveliest Sentiments of affection and gratitude, do most sincerely congratulate your Excellency on your return from the conclusion of a glorious and successful war, to domestic happiness and tranquillity. We, experience a Singular Satisfaction in reflecting that your residence in our neighbourhood will have a happy influence as well on...
Nothing could have contributed more essentially to encrease the satisfaction I experience on my return from a successful War, to the tranquillity of domestic life, than your affectionate Congratulations. To find that neither time nor absence have interrupted or diminished the harmony of our happy neighbourhood, and that the circumstances are most favorable to the growth & prosperity of your...
That your Memorialist in the year 1775 Joined General Montgomery at Montreal, against the Enemies of America, having then been shortly arived at that place from Spain; And Acted, in the American Army as Lieutenant and Adjutant in a Canadian Regiment raised under Col. Livingston & Proceeded with the Regiment to Quebec. Where he received a Seperate Command to Cut off the Supplies of the Enemy,...
From the Representation you have made to me that the Army can not be furnished with Forage on the present Emergency in the modes pointed out by Law, I am compel’d from the necessity of the Case to authorise you, and you are hereby Authorised, by yourself, Deputy, Assistants & Forage Masters, to impress Pasturage, Grass hay & Oats, which may be Requiste for the horses of the Army, when the same...