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Copy: American Academy of Arts and Sciences Observations and Suppositions towards forming a new...
I am informed that Sundry Goods (in the Military line) addressed to Mr Jas Rivington of New-York,...
Letter not found: to John Mitchell, 26 Oct. 1778. Mitchell wrote GW on 3 Nov. : “I have the honor...
I have been favoured with your Letter of the 3d and have received the three Table Cloths which...
My Plates and Dishes, once of Tinn—now little better than rusty Iron—are rather too much worn for...
As I do not at this time know where my Winter Quarters will be, or when I shall get into them. As...
[ Lewes, Delaware, October 18, 1779. On October 23, 1779, Mitchell wrote to Hamilton : “Your...
[ Little Egg Harbor, New Jersey, October 19, 1779. On October 23, 1779, Mitchell wrote to...
[ On the New Jersey coast, October 22, 1779 . On October 23, 1779, Mitchell wrote to Hamilton :...
Your favors of the 24th and 30th ulto are both at hand—accept my thanks for the trouble you have...
Letter not found : to John Mitchell, 17 March 1780 . Mitchell wrote GW on 25 March acknowledging...
You will do me a favour by enquiring, & letting me know as soon as possible, if any good...
Your Letter of the 25th did not come to my hands till yesterday Afternoon. I will take the...
Your letter of the 4th did not reach this place till late last Night—some particular engagements...
Your Letter of the 19th accompanying 12 pr thread hose have came Safe to hand—the latter I fear...
I am totally out of Writing paper & Wax & Wafers. I therefore request that you will procure...
Mrs Washington directed Mr Lund Washington when she left Virginia, to draw on you in favor of...
The Duke de Lauzun will set out for New Port, by day break to morrow Morning. His Excellency...
I avail myself of your frequent friendly offers to assist me in the purchase of any little...
I should have answered your Letter of the 21st Ulto before this, if a good oppertunity of...
By Colo. Walter Stewart I sent you Fourteen half Joes, which appeared by the general statement of...
By Doctr Craik I send you four half Joes—£6.9.3 of which appears to be the Balle due you,...
Your favor of Feb. 26. is just recieved, and I learn with great satisfaction that the object of...
I have received the Letter you did me the honour to write me on the first of this month, with a...