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[ Williamsburg, before 28 Mch. 1780 . Minute in Board of Trade Journal ( Vi ), under 30 Mch....
New York, 30 Mch. 1780 . Cannot “refrain from once more addressing Your Excellency, and repeating...
Montgomery County [ Va. ], Mch. 1780 . Has received circumstantial information that “a Number of...
Richmond, 1 Apr. 1780 . In consequence of executive’s request in reply to Hay’s previous...
Philadelphia, 4 Apr. 1780 . Encloses a resolve of Congress of 27 Mch., “by which you will be...
Paris, 4 Apr. 1780 . Abstract, with liberal quotations, of Edmund Burke’s speech in Parliament on...
The following Slaves have been purchased for the use of the State agreeable to the Instructions...
Williamsburg, 5 Apr. 1780 . Encloses Maj. Quarles’ return of men raised in his last tour; Quarles...
[ Williamsburg ] 6 Apr. 1780 . In order to comply with pressing requisitions for linen, 100...
[ Williamsburg ] 7 Apr. 1780 . Requesting approval of the purchase of articles listed in...
I have often mentioned to you My Intention of resigning my Seat at the Council Board, on Account...
Paris, 10–19 Apr. 1780 . Russia has confirmed her strict neutrality, dashing England’s hopes, and...
The probability of a continuance of the War to the Southward, which will of course draw the...
Philadelphia, 20 Apr. 1780 . Circular letter to the state executives enclosing a resolve of...
It is about a month Since Mr. Penet came here from Nantes. I got intelligence of it next day,...
The first time I spoke, according to my Instructions, to Dr. Franklin on the purport of my...
Your Excellency will receive herewith enclosed an Act of Congress of the 18th Instant with Copies...
Major Irving’s Compliments to the Governor. He sends him a few Pease. He is very sorry his stock...
I receiv’d the Barrel of flour you was so kind as to send me, for which I am greatly obliged to...
A Detachment of 3000 Troops is already embarked at the Head of Elk, in a Day or two, to proceed...
In letter 7, the first of which I sent by Marquis de la Fayette, I took the liberty to propose to...
Prince William County, 4 May 1780 . Acknowledges a (now missing) letter from TJ by Henry Lee...
I am sorry I can give you no other account of our public situation than that it continues equally...
Inclosed your Excellency will receive an Act of Congress of the 9th Instant with a Letter from P....
Paris, May 12, 1780 . De Ternay’s fleet with 6,300 troops under Lt. Gen. Rochambeau sailed from...
I have the pleasure to inform your Excellency confidentially that a French Fleet may in the...
Congress have received authentick Information that his most Christian Majesty is preparing to...
It is obvious that the European adventurers cannot, during the war, fetch from America but a...
Williamsburg, 20 May 1780. Submitting his resignation as “Commissioner of Loans for the States”...
Paris, 20 May 1780. Gives a sketch of the plan of operations by the French land and naval forces...