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Mr. Hamilton will with pleasure execute the command of the President by the time appointed and...
Mr Hamilton will with pleasure execute the command of the President by the time appointed and...
The Petition of The Subscribers, pensioners According to Act of Congress of 7th June 1785 in...
Permit one of the lowest of the people to approach you with every sentiment of Gratitude and...
the Subscriber parthener of Emanuel Pliarne decea’d in the year 1777 in crosing Potomock River,...
General Edward Stevens—solicits an appointment in the Customs particularly the District of...
It is not, I presume, unusal or improper for persons to offer themselves as candidates for...
Since here, have made every enquiry respecting the Land which you wish’d to be informed of. As...
Before the late revolution I was for several years employed in three different Naval Departments,...
I had the Pleasure to write to you a short Letter on the third of last Month. Monsieur de la...
Having been honoured, by the State of New Jersey, in the appointment, to several public...
Amongst the numerous applicants for appointments to office, I beg leave to offer myself a...
No Doubt but you will be surprised to Receve a Letter of this sort from a stranger. The more so...
By the late Congress a Board of Commissioners was appointed to consist of one person from the...
I have frequently called to see Billy he continues too bad to remove—Doctor Smith was uneasy...
The Petition of James Cebra of the City of New York humbly Sheweth. That your Petitioner is a...
I have an ambition to take a share in Your Excellency’s administration, and know of no line in...
I hope your Excellency will pardon my troubling you at this important moment, on a subject which...
It is with much diffidence and hesitation, that, I presume to address your Excellency at a...
The reports of last Week were commited to the Tuesdays Stage and hope that nothing will interfere...
Colonel Brillent de la Radiere, my Brother, died in 1779, in the service of the United...
However unexceptionably I may have conducted the business of the continental loan-office of...
One who has long known and venerated your character and who is anxiously solicitous for your fame...
Heads of a Petition from Rt French, Mariner of Philadelphia Confin’d in the Fort, Island St Croix...
General Hazens most respectful Compliments to His Excellency General Washington begs to Inform...
I had the honor of being introduced to your acquaintance by Col. Hamilton in 79 at middlebrook. I...
I intended to have waited upon you in person and submited to your inspection the enclosed report...
Having been informed, that all applications for Offices under the Federal Government, must be...
I have been honored with your Letter of the 25th of last Month—I begg leave to assure your...
Colo. Conway Begs leave to Congratulate his Excellency General Washington on his appointment to...