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I take the liberty of Offering myself to Your notice as a candidate for the Office of Treasurer...
Agreably to an Order of the Convention of Delegates, from the Abolition Societys formed in the...
It is my misfortune to feel the necessity of addressing you this letter, without being personally...
I take the liberty of transmitting the enclosed. I have letters from Perth-Amboy, which mention...
I do my Self the honor of transmitting the enclosed. Mr. Mott who resides near Sandy Hook was...
George C. Maxwell the Attorney of the United States, for the district of New-Jersey, with...
23 February 1804, Trenton, New Jersey. “I have the honor to transmit to the office of the...
17 June 1805, Trenton . “I have the honor to acknowledge the reception of Your communication of...
It is with much pleasure, I obey the directions of the Legislative Council and General Assembly...
I hereby offer and solicit the acceptance, of my resignation, of Brigadier-General, in the army,...