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I have it in charge from Congress to transmit the Inclosed Resolutions to you —and have the honr to be Sir Yr Most Obedt Hble Servt ALS , P.R.O. : Carleton Papers, document 228(1); LB , DLC:GW ; copy, P.R.O. : Carleton Papers, document 228(2); copy, P.R.O. : Colonial Office Papers; Varick transcript , DLC:GW . The LB
I was, a few days ago, honored with yours of the 25th Novemr. The packets for Sr William Howe and the letters for Gentlemen in his Army were immediately forwarded to Philada. As I did not conceive myself at liberty to answer either of your requests without first consulting Congress, I have transmitted a Copy of your letter to them and have desired their determination as speedily as possible....
When I had the honor of addressing you on the 17th Inst., I informed you, that I had transmitted a Copy of Your Letter to Congress. The inclosed Copy of their Resolution passed upon the Subject which I send in pursuance of their direction, will shew you the only Answer I have obtained to your propositions. It remains solely with Congress to grant the indulgencies which you request. The Bearer...
I was only two days since honored with your very obliging Letter of the 11th of February. Your indulgent opinion of my character, and the polite terms in which you are pleased to express it, are peculiarly flattering; and I take pleasure in the oppertunity you have afforded me of assuring you, that far from suffering the views of national opposition to be imbittered and debased by personal...