Jonas Phillips to George Washington on the Patriotism of the Jews

From Jonas Phillips Philadelphia 24th Ellul 5547 or Sepr 7th 1787 Sirs With leave and Submission I address my Self To those in whome there is wisdom understanding and knowledge. they are the honorable personages appointed and Made overseers of a part of the terrestrial globe of the Earth, Namely the 13 united states of …

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French Troops in Virginia

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From Diary of the American Revolution, Vol II.  Compiled by Frank Moore and published in 1859. September 7.—A correspondent now in the camp of Lafayette’s army in Virginia, says:—”Let me make you acquainted with Major-General the Marquis de St. Simon, and the French army; you have seen the British troops and the troops of other …

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