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Williamsburg, 2 Nov. 1779 . The petitioner embarked on an armed brig in February 1777 as a part...
Mr. Pelham having very obligingly procured me the means of addressing you, I take this first...
To the honourable the Speaker and the House of Delegates the petition of Mace Freeland of the...
To the Honl. The Speaker and Delegates of the Common Wealth of Virginia. The Petition of Thomas...
I have the Honour to communicate to the General Assembly an Ordinance of Congress of the 5th. Day...
Reasons to be offered at the conference to be desired of the Senate in answer to their reasons...
I beg leave to refer to the consideration of the General assembly the inclosed letters from the...
Not doubting but the General Assembly will be glad to be informed of the Occurrences in the...
I do myself the honor of inclosing you a letter I received yesterday evening informing me of the...
The Instructions of the Inhabitants and freemen of Albemarle County to their Representatives in...
I beg leave to lay before the General assembly the inclosed letter from the honble. Majr. Genl....
The Executive were informed during the last summer or Fall that the Accomack and Diligence...
[ Charlottesville, 31? May 1781 . JHD Journal of the House of Delegates of the Commonwealth of...
At the request of Major General Baron Steuben expressed in the inclosed letter, I take the...
The inclosed act of Congress will inform you of the final ratification of the Confederation of...
Purposing to decline the office of delegate for this county to which I have been lately elected,...
The Memorial of a Number of faithful Citizens humbly represents, That your Memorialists have from...
It is with great reluctance that after so long and laborious a Session as the last I have been...
Since I had the honour of addressing the General Assembly by Letter of the 14th instant I have...
Richmond, 8 Mch. 1781 . This letter is identical with the first part of the letter sent to George...
Baron Steuben has sent to this Place a number of the Levies raised under the act of assembly...
I receive with great satisfaction this testimony of the public approbation, and beg leave through...
The Senate conceive that, in the present Question, it is of no consequence whether the...
Quelques jours passé J’ai eu L’honneur de vous informer de L’Etat de La Ligne de Virginie en...
The honour which the General Assembly have been pleased to confer on me, by calling me to the...
I AM sorry, after so long and laborious a session of Assembly, the publick exigencies should be...
The Instructions of the Inhabitants and freemen of Albemarle county to their Representatives in...
I think it my duty to communicate to the General assembly the inclosed papers giving information...
The Marquis Fayette desired me among the articles most essential for an enterprize at the Head of...
To the Honourable House of Burgesses and Senators of the common wealth of Virginia the Petition...