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11780 Feb. 5. Saturday. (Adams Papers)
On Wednesday, the second of Feb. We took Post for Paris, and on Fryday the 4 arrived at Coué,...
I take the liberty, to address myself to your Excellency, about a project I have send to Mr....
When I was Advised of your Arrival at Corunia I had the Pleasing hopes that Your Destination Was...
Copy: Library of Congress Mr. Torris informs me that eight of the Prisoners formerly brought in...
Copy: Library of Congress I received yours of the 29th. past, am glad to hear that your Health is...
6[Diary entry: 5 February 1780] (Washington Papers)
5th. Wind at No. West & cold—frost very severe. In the evening the Wind shifted to the Southward...
7General Orders, 5 February 1780 (Washington Papers)
A reserve Pickett of one Captain, one subaltern, four serjeants, four corporals two Drums and...
I beg leave to tell to your Excellency that Having Heard one of your most essential reasons...
This will be deliver’d your Exellency by Capt. Campbell of the 71st British who you will perceive...
I think it my ⟨duty to transmit⟩ Your Excellency the inclos⟨ed Representation⟩ and Request from...