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So soon as the Vessel with the Stores and medicines arrives, you are to embrace the first...
The dissagreeable news I recd by Jenkins, of the Increase of your disorder, is real concern to...
We arrived on saturday last after a fatigueing & most severe march—The men & officers both...
Your most kind letter I had the great pleasure to receive, and acknowledge my self under new...
I am going to address you on a subject which may lay some claim to your attention, as I do to...
Your Affectionate & very freindly Letters I have the pleasure to Acknowledge And cannot too much...
Notwithstanding your unwearied diligence And the unparalleled Sacrifice of Domestic happyness and...
I received Your Letter to Mr Harrison. As nothing can be more disagreable—or more injurious to...
Morristown [ New Jersey ] May 24, 1780 . Asks Craik to proceed to Providence to establish a...
A French fleet and army may possibly arrive in a short time at Rhode Island. At the request of Mr...