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The purport of this letter is to request your service in a matter of immediate importance to the...
A second necessity having arisen for my troubling you on the subject of officering the Virginia...
(Private) Dear Sir, Philadelphia August 9. 1791. I have received your letter of the 24 ult....
I Take the liberty of Communicating to your Excelency The disagreable News of our defeat. We Left...
I wanted much to have Seen you before I left the City but Judging you were much ingaged in...
Inclosed I Send you the address of all the Militia Officers of Berkeley County being about 130 in...
Through you I beg leave to transmit the enclosed answer to the Address which came under your...