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Since the receipt of your Excellencys letter directing the corps to be in readiness to march to...
I have the honor of your Excellency letr of the 9th I can only repeat the purport of my letr of...
I had the honor to receive your Excellencys orders concerning the arrest of Lt Carns in...
On receipt of your Excellency’s letter directing the cavalry to halt, the corps were billeted in...
This evening the Enemy’s cavalry made an attempt on my advanced post - opposite the Stone brid g...
I have had variety of intelligence from the enemy this day—none very pointed or material—But it...
I wrote your Excellency this morning, Since which I have acquired more explicit knowledge of the...
I examined the country directed by your Excellency yesterday. I find a position most convenient...
Admiral Greave has most certainly arrived with six sail of the line & is now joined with the...
I addressed your Excellency yesterday advising of Admiral Greaves arrival. I omitted mentioning a...
I have the honor of your Excellys letr of the 19th. I conceivd it a matter of delicacy in...
I informed your Excelly in my advice of yesterday that the British fleet after playing off & on...
Since my last the B. fleet has returned to their station off Sandy hook & again sailed. It is...
Admiral Arbuthnot after many maneuvres off & on has at length moved with his fleet towards...
The moment I had fixed Captain Rudulphs business in Monmouth county, I proceeded to this town;...
I huve returned from the business committed to my directin by your Excellency & am so far on my...
My Corps reached Slotterdam yesterday evening, where they halt this day. In the mean time I have...
I have the pleasure to inform your Excelly that enclusive of sixty waggon load of forage sent in...
It is with very great regret I enclose your Excellency Cap. McLanes letr to me soliciting leave...
I have engaged two persons to undertake the accomplishment of your Excellency’s wishes. In my...
I have the honor of your Excellency’s letr of the 3d inst. transcribing a complaint exhibited by...
I have made it my business to see the person who was Capt. Browns guide. from a minute...
I waited on Col. Dey yesterday, but received no information favorable to the business you was...
I have just returned from Newark, where I Completed the business your Exccelly committed to me....
My friend got safe into Newyork. He was before Sir Henry Clinton & has passed all the forms of...
I am very sorry to trouble your Excellency on any matters of mine or of my friends, as I well...