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1General Orders, 1 July 1778 (Washington Papers)
The General will beat at twelve ôClock, troop at half past twelve and the march begins at one;...
The Enemy left this place last night about ten OClock the Rear is now about three miles below...
I embrace this first moment of leisure, to give Congress a more full and particular account of...
Letter not found : from Col. David Mason, 1 July 1778. On 1 July, Mason wrote GW : “I this Day by...
I this Day by favr of Mr John Sewall Junr of Gloster wrote You & did not at that time Expect so...
I have the pleasure to Inform your Excellency that the Letter which accompanys this was delivered...
Having received information that the State of Virginia has determined to fill up her Regiments by...
8General Orders, 2 July 1778 (Washington Papers)
The Army is to remain on it’s ground tomorrow—The commanding Officers of Regiments under the...
Inclosed you have a List of the Prisoners capturd during the Enemys march thro this state & now...
I just catch a few minutes before the post goes off to acquaint you that Lord Chatham is...
I came to this place early Yestorday Morning—the enemy had left it the night before—thair main...
the inclosed note, reachd me this morning as it is not wrote by any of your Excellencys familly,...
The enclosed I recived yesterday evening and took the liberty of opening them least they might...
14General Orders, 3 July 1778 (Washington Papers)
Coll Craige and Majors Nichols and Vaughan are appointed to superinte[n] d the Hospitals in...
I have been favd with your two letters of the 5th ulto. As it was not possible for Capt. Medici...
My last to you was upon the 29th June. I have the pleasure to inform you, that the loss of the...
I received your favor of the 22d Ultimo by the hands of Captain Horton. It is a melancholly...
I have received your letter on the subject of the corps raising by Col: Armand. You are sensible...
Letter not found : to Col. Stephen Moylan, 3 July 1778. The docket on Moylan’s letter to GW of 2...
20General Orders, 4 July 1778 (Washington Papers)
At three ôClock this afternoon a Cannon will fire at the Park as a signal for the troops to be...
General Arnold being very unwell has ordered me to Answer your Excellency’s Letter of 30th June....
I take the earliest opportunity of congratulating you on the success of our Arms over the British...
Inclos’d you have an Extract, from Genl Gates’s Orders bearing Date 4 June; From which it...
I had the honour to inform you on the ground of action of the advantage over the Enemy on the...
It is irksome to call your attention to a subject with which you have been already so often...
Your Letter of the 20th Ulto came to my hands last Night —before this will have reached you, the...
I am happy in having it in My power to Inform you, from What I think pretty Good Authority, that...
28General Orders, 5 July 1778 (Washington Papers)
The Right Wing of the Army is to march at three ôClock tomorrow morning under the Command of Majr...
Brigdr Genl Winds having rode out of town last Evening & previous to his Going, Directed me to...
I have to Inform your Excellency that the main body of the Enemy lyeth about 3 miles below...