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You will be good enough, my dear Sir, to excuse this Letter. There are but few Men indeed with...
The within resolution will inform you of the honourable appointment to which you are elected by...
It appears to me that Virginia will do her part in placing things upon an adequate foundation; a...
My Colleague Mr. Mercer has charged himself with the naval Commissions mentioned a post ago in a...
I have the mortification to inform you that the Enemy are parading the Jerseys in great force, at...
Philadelphia, 13 June [ 1780 ]. Griffin is about to retire from Congress. Hopes governor approved...
Without place, 11 July 1780 . Acknowledges a letter from Jefferson which “has given me the...
The bearer hereof, Monsieur de la Vallée is recommended to me as a gentleman, of worth, wealth,...
After coming with much expedition from N York I was greatly mortified at your departure from this...
I am honored with your favor of to-day, and thank you for your care of the letter which...