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At a Time when the personal Exertion of every friend to Liberty is so essentially necessary it is with the greatest reluctance that the General Assembly of Pennsylvania find themselves under the Necessity of calling for some of their Members from the Army. By the Constitution of Pennsylvania a certain Number of Members is necessary in order to constitute a Quorum of its representatives—that...
Amidst the general joy that is diffused through the United states on your Excellency’s unanimous election as President General, permit me to present you my most sincere & respectful compliments of congratulation. At the same time, from my peculiar situation & by the advice of my friends both in Philada & New York I take the liberty to offer myself to your Excellency for your nomination to the...
Soon ⟨after the⟩ meeting of Congress in New York, I had the honor of apply⟨ing mutilated⟩ to be nominated to the office of Collector of the Imports for the State of Pennsylvania. As the gift of that appointment was not accordant with the arrangements you had made I wished to be consider’d as a Candidate for any place that you might think me qualified to fill—The appointments under the late...