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The Enemy after having Incamp’d in full view of us, and reconnoitring our Situation for several...
I am very sorry to observe in your Letter of the 6th Augst a Complaint, that you have heard...
Present. The Commander in Chief. Major’s General Greene. Howe Lord Stirling. de la Fayette St...
I have given the Commissary General orders to lay in a Magazine of four Months provisions for...
The late passage of the 3 Vessells up the North River (which we have just received Advice of) is...
I recd your favr of yesterday requesting some general or particular orders for the necessary...
Since mine to you of the 2d instant I have duly received your several letters public and private...
Yours of the 27th reached me this day at Noon at Sufferans. From a consideration of all...
The good People of the State of Pennsylvania living in the vicinity of Philadelphia & near the...
Your Letter of the 22 of April also Your two favors of the 19th of May, with the Returns of the...
I have been duly favored with your Letters of the 7th and 8th of December, together with the...
I have had the pleasure to receive a few days ago, your private Letter , by the same conveyance...
From the general idea I have been able to acquire of the Country by Maps, as well as from the...
I have successively received your favours of the 30th of October, & the 2d and 21st of November....
I was yesterday favd with yours of the 16th. The exorbitancy of the price of forage to the...
I have been favored with two Letters from you—One under the 16th of March, the other of the 3d of...
In my last Letter of the 7th of July, in which I acknowledged your several favors of the 22d of...
The necessity of having the Congress well inform’d of many matters essential to the well being of...
Memorandums for Lt Colo. Morris to be communicated to no person but to Major General Greene....