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1General Orders, 26 October 1777 (Washington Papers)
The Court of enquiry of which General Greene was president, relative to the complaint against...
You will, very shortly, be called to a council of War, when your sentiments on the following...
Your favor of the 20th I received Yesterday afternoon, and feel much for the havoc and devastion...
On the most strict Enquiry since I arrived at Burlington I find that the british Troops who...
As soon as we had the Honour of receiving your Letter of yesterday, we ordered exact Returns to...
Your two Letters of the 28 Ult. were handed to Me by Colo. Hooe, on my Way from Eltham. I am much...
The Governors Answer this moment came to hand, which I inclose your Excellency—tis such, as I...
Your Excelys favr of the 22d Directed to me at The Salt works Unfortunately Went to The Salt...
I have sent down Lt Colo. Rollston with three hundred pennsylvania Militia to reinforce Forts...
By your Excellency’s pressing in your last letter, so much for me keeping up harmony with the...
It gives me great pleasure to find by yours of the 20th that you are likely to save your leg, and...
The Council of safety have paid some attention to a plan of lowering the price of provisions....
I have your favr of the 20th inclosing a Copy of Genl Burgoines Capitulation which was the first...
I recd your Excellys Order to remain in the Garrison & Shall obey it, when I wrote I expected...
I was honored a few days ago with your favor of the 14th for which and its enclosure, I return...
Letter not found: from John Augustine Washington, 26 Oct. 1777. GW wrote his brother John...
17General Orders, 27 October 1777 (Washington Papers)
Varick transcript, DLC:GW . Muhlenberg’s orderly book has the following general orders for this...
Accept my sincere thanks for your sollicitude on my Acct—and for the good advice contained in...
By two persons just from Philadelphia I have received the following information Vizt that the...
Letter not found: to Maj. John Clark, Jr., 27 Oct. 1777. Clark’s letter to GW of 27 Oct. is...
Your favor of yesterday, I received in the Afternoon, and was much obliged by the Contents. The...
By order of Col. Greene I again put Pen to Paper, and inform your Excellency; That Yesterday he...
The more I reflect upon the evil that may arise from the Enemy’s possessing themselves of our...
I this morning recd your favr of the 26th. I refer you to a letter which I wrote you a few hours...
Letter not found: to Maj. Gen. Philemon Dickinson, 27 Oct. 1777. Dickinson’s letter to GW of 25...
I am glad to find by yours of the 26th that you had arrived at Red Bank, and I hope from your...
I am very apprehensive that the Enemy are preparing armed Boats, floating Batteries and Fire...
Whitpain Township, Pa., 27 Oct. 1777 . “The inclosed packet directed for you, was put into my...
I have the pleasure to Accquaint you that yesterday Morning the Enemy Evacuated both Fort...
Your Letter by my Nephew Thornton, begun on the 20th of last Mo. and ended the 22d came safe to...