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You have no doubt been informed of the misfortunes that have befallen us in the Confederacy, and...
Colo. Sampson Mathews not having imediate use for the money that he detained, (which was taken in...
To His Excellency Thomas Jefferson Esquire, Governor of Virginia. The Memorial of the Officers of...
Yesterday we were honored with a despatch from Congress, conveying to us their resolutions of the...
Morristown, 25 May 1780. Circular to the state executives enclosing copy of Gen. Washington’s...
I have this day received a letter from Governor Rutledge a copy of which, I send inclosed for...
Your Excellency will receive herewith enclosed two Acts of Congress of the 26th and 27th Instant....
Inclosed your Excellency will receive a Copy of the Articles of Capitulation agreed on between...
[ May? 1780? ] Has heard from the skipper of one of his vessels now at Annapolis that a number of...
In a letter of the 31st Ulto. from the commander in chief, which we had the honor to receive the...
I have written several private letters to you since my arrival here, which as they contained...
It is 8 days since we heared another anecdote of british wild barbarity, which I really did not...
I think it proper to acquaint you that, intelligence being received last Saturday morning at...
On Consulting with Col. Clark we found it impracticable to maintain so many petty posts in the...
Philadelphia, 3 June 1780. Circular letter to the state executives enclosing a resolve of...
Philadelphia, 5 June 1780. Encloses a resolve of Congress and asks that orders for executing it...
A Vessel from West Florida has brought to the President of Congress intelligence from Govr....
I have the mortification to inform you that the Enemy are parading the Jerseys in great force, at...
I this morning arrived in Town from Williamsburgh charged with some dispatches for your...
Annapolis, 10 June 1780 . Notifying TJ that a line of expresses has been established by the State...
We have the honor to inclose you copy of a letter addressed to us by the commander in chief (see...
Philadelphia, 13 June [ 1780 ]. Griffin is about to retire from Congress. Hopes governor approved...
By the Act of Congress of this Day herewith enclosed your Excellency will be informed that Major...
New York, 13 June 1780 . Acknowledges TJ’s kindness in forwarding earlier letters to officers of...
[ Richmond?, 13 June 1780 . TJ’s letter to Speaker Harrison, 14 June 1780, q.v. , states that...
I hoped before I had been here so long, to have had the pleasure of a few lines from you, if it...
Upon examining the money transmitted by Mr. Sinclair the undermentioned bundles were missing,...
Paris, 15 June 1780 . Sends Leyden gazette of 6 June with accounts of “various insolent and...
I am Honour’d with your Letter of the 9th. Instant with the Several Inclosures, and shall think...
Philadelphia, 16 June 1780 . Acknowledges TJ’s “Despatches” of 9 June. They have been referred to...