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M r De Hogendorp a Lieutenant in the Dutch Guards, in the Service of the Republick of Holland, is...
After the repeal of the late American Stamp Act, we were happy in the pleasing prospect of a...
This letter will be delivered you by M r: S. —a Gen t: who has lived sometime in my family at the...
M r. Hartley, his Britannic Majesty’s Minister Plenipotentiary for negociating the definitive...
You have, once more received, the highest Testimony of the Confidence and Affection of your...
I beg leave to introduce to your Excellency, M r. Anstey a Barrister at Law, and member of...
Pursuant to a Resolution of the Legislature of Massachusetts passed the 17th Ultimo we have...
LS : National Archives After some difficulty and delay in getting thro’ the ice of Lake George,...
LS and copy: National Archives In our letter of the 1st. instant, we informed you of the lowness...
ALS : National Archives With this You will receive Copies of our two preceding Letters. We find...
LS : National Archives By Col: Campbell, who arrived here early this morning from Quebeck, we are...
ALS and copy: National Archives; copy: British Library The Bearer Capt. Balm is strongly...
AL (draft): Library of Congress The Bearer of this, Mr. Holcker, is a Gentleman of excellent...
LS : Yale University Library, Smith College Library; AL (draft) and copy: Library of Congress...
ALS : National Archives We have been here some Days waiting for General Schuyler’s Orders to...
ALS and copy: National Archives In 30 Days after we left the Capes of Delaware, we came to an...
LS : American Philosophical Society; copy: Library of Congress Permit me to repeat my...
AL (draft): Library of Congress I am requested by some Friends of much Consideration in this...
I Received the Letters, with which you were pleased to favor me per Mr. Fessenden on Saturday...
[ Philadelphia June 10, 1792. “The period of the session did not permit the subject being brought...
If Congress have not yet left Philadelphia, they ought to do it immediately without fail, for the...
I did myself the honor to write you a hasty line this Evening giving it as my opinion that the...
I left camp last evening and came to this city to superintend the collection of blankets and...
I this minute returned from our Lines on Long Island where I left his Excellency the General....
His Excellency being called from Head Quarters to day on business of Importance which prevents...
His Excellency being out a reconnoitring and busily engaged in the Affairs of the Army, I have...
Since I had the Honor of addressing you on the 29th Instant, no event of importance has occured....
His Excellency having gone this Morning to visit our posts beyond Kings bridge and the Several...
By command of his Excellency, I have the honor to inform you, that our situation is nearly the...
The whole of our Army is now here and on the Neighbouring Heights, except the Troops left at...