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To His Excellency General Washington &c. &c. The Subscribers in behalf of themselves and the Canadian Officers, Refugees—and driven from their Country by this burthensome War beg leave to lay before your Excellency their sad situation—seeing themselves abandoned in general by those who have conducted them in the just cause they have been engaged in since 1775—first with General Montgomery who...
i take the opportunity of major l’enfant going to Camp to present my Respects to your Excellency. that officer informed me in the Conversation of the journey which he is to undertake with baron de Stuben. i don’t presume Certainly to penetrate into the wiews of your excellency or to direct your Confidence, but i beg leave to observe to you that i have not received yet any orders from france,...
La lettre Mon cher Général du 10 mai dont Vous m’avez honoré m’a fait le plus grand plaisir. Je Vous Vois à la fin de Vos travaux et avec le desir de Venir en france; tachez, Mon cher Général d’effectuer ce projet, que rien ne s’oppose à cette idée, et Venez recevoir dans un pays qui Vous honore et Vous a toujours admiré les applaudissemens que l’on doit à un grand homme. Vous pouvez compter...
I have the Honor to transmit to your Excellency the inclosd Address of the General Assembly of this Commonwealth and to assure your Excellency that with the most grateful remembrance of your generous and successful Exertions in securing and Establishing the Liberty & Independence of our Country. I am with sincere Esteem & affection Your Excellencys most Obedient & very humble Servt DLC :...
I have received an order, since your Excellencys letter of the 18th May from the War office, and a resolution of Congress for sending the troops to their respective states, and for furloughing them until the definitive treaty is signed. In consequence of which, I have sent home the North Carolinians, furloughed the troops of this State and Georgia, and expect to embark most of the rest in a...
I do my self the Honor to enclose for your Excellency’s Perusal the Copy of a circular Letter which I have this Day written to the several States—I have felt very much for your Situation as you will easily conceive from the Dilemma which I have reduced my self in order that I might render it in some Degree supportable. With very sincere Esteem I have the Honor to be Sir Your Excellency’s most...
Le plus Grand des Guerriers, merite du moins de primer parmis ceux, qui ont acquis de juste Titre la plus haute Reputation dans le Metier des Armes, avant qu’il aje paru sur le Theatre de Mars. J’ai la Collection tres bornée des Portraits de ces Grands Hommes; le Prince Eùgene Maurice de Saxe, Federic le Grand, Son Frère Henri, Laudhon, j’ai servi avec tous; Sous les Ordres du Troisieme, j’ai...
The Baron Steuben, who is the Bearer of this, delivered me your Excellency’s Letter, which after being read in Congress, was found to have been substantially complied with by our Act of the 12th May, which must not have got to Hand, at the Date of yours, tho’ the War office reports, that it had been forwarded in due Time. I hope the Baron will accomplish his wishes & immediately proceed on his...
This will be handed to your Excellency by the Count Del Vermé, a nobleman of Milan in Italy—By Means of his Cousin Prince Caraminici an Ambassador at the Court of London, he was recommended by the Duke of Portland to Dr Franklin Mr Laurens & Mr Adams, who have warmly addressed this illustrious Traveller to the Notice of Congress—Permit me Sir to request your kind attention to the Count on his...
I have the honor of forwarding a Letter and several Casks which were delivered me a few days since by a Gentleman from Amsterdam, the contents being unknown. I have ordered the waggoner to take special care of them on the road and deliver them as soon as possible. With the most profound respect I have the honor to be Your Excellencies most Obedt Servt DNA : RG 93—War Department.