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The death of Col Innes which happened on the 2d instant has made a vacancy in the commission for...
The more I contemplate the detail of organizing the twelve regiments of Infantry, to be raised;...
I had yesterday the honor of sending the copy of Mr. Gerry’s letter of May 13th: I now inclose a...
I recollect you proposed to appoint Samuel Sitgreaves Esqr. to fill the place of Colo. Innes; and...
In Consequence of the polite Notice you were pleased to Afford my Application yesterday, I take...
It will not, I presume, surprise you , my dear General Hamilton, that I, who was somewhat...
Having no family I should be glad to go in the army May I take the liberty of asking your...
8[Diary entry: 4 August 1798] (Washington Papers)
4. Morning—Clear & but little wind & that So. Easterly. Mer. at 76. Appearances of Rain all the...
The letters enclosed, were sent up to your Office yesterday afternoon, and were returned to me....
The enclosed letter from Doctr Brown (of Port tobacco) to Doctr Craik, was this day put into my...