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The President informed Colo. Washington that the Congress had yesterday, Unanimously made choice...
Letter not found: to Brigadier General Horatio Gates, 17 June 1775. On 22 June Gates wrote to GW...
I am now set down to write to you on a subject which fills me with inexpressable concern—and this...
I n C ongress T he delegates of the United Colonies of New-hampshire, Massachusetts bay,...
In Complyance with your Request, I have considered of what you proposed, and am obliged to give...
I am now Imbarkd on a tempestuous Ocean from whence, perhaps, no friendly harbour is to be found....
I have been called upon by the unanimous voice of the Colonies to take the command of the...
I am now about to bid adieu to the Companies under your respective commands, at least for a...
I am now to bid adieu to you, & to every kind of domestick ease, for a while. I am Imbarked on a...
In Congress This Congress having appointed you to be General & Commander in chief of the army of...
Last night I was Honourd by the receipt of your Obliging Letter of 17th Instant, I shall Obey...
In Complyance with your Request We have considered of what you proposed to us, and are obliged to...
As I am within a few Minutes of leaving this City, I could not think of departing from it without...
I [am] verey Sorrey to Enform you I Recved a Letter from Mr Cleaveland of the 7th of June wherein...
The Rain on Friday Afternoon & Saturday—the Advice of several Gentlemen of the Jerseys & this...
Upon my Arrival here this Afternoon I was informd that an Express was in Town from the provincial...
You are to take upon you the Command of all the Forces destined for the New York Department; and...
At a Time when the most loyal of his Majesties Subjects, from a Regard to the Laws and...
At <the same time that with you I deplore> the unhappy Necessity of suc<h an Appointment, as...
By Direction of the Congress I now Transmitt you severall Resolutions pass’d yesterday, by which...
Recommend the bearer John Parke, who “is an Ensign in the 2d Battalion of the Militia here, and...
Nothing material has occurred since you left this place, except the imperfect accounts we have of...
I do myself the Honor to advise your Excellency that the Connecticut Troops, that arrived in this...
Transmits by order of the Rhode Island general assembly “the inclosed Vote, putting the Rhode...
25General Orders, 3 July 1775 (Washington Papers)
The Colonels or commanding Officers of each Regt are ordered forthwith, to make two Returns of...
The Congress of the Massachusetts Colony impress’d with every Sentiment of Gratitude, and...
27General Orders, 4 July 1775 (Washington Papers)
Exact returns to be made by the proper Officers of all the Provisions<,> Ordnance, Ordnance...
4 July 1775. Recommends the bearer, “Mr. White, the Son of Anthony White Esq’r of New Jersey. . ....
Your kind Congratulations on my Appointment, & Arrival demand my warmest Acknowledgements, and...
As Pomroy is now Absent and at the distance of an hundred miles from the Army, if it can be...