Grange Near [. . .] Maryland
Feby. 14. 1807
Impressed with a lively sentiment of the necssity of repelling the efforts of the internale as well as external Enemies of our excellent Government: and receiving the wisdom of your administration, I take the Liberty of Making a tender of my Military Services wherever & Whenever you may think proper to command them
I have the Honour to be Sir, with the most profound respect Your Obedient Servant
F Newman, Capt Commandant
1st. Troop 5th Brigade
DNA: RG 94--Letters Received by the Office of the Adjutant General.