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Skippack [ Pennsylvania ] September 30, 1777. Approves of Heath’s action in supplying Continental...
By the Contents of Sir Guy Carletons Letter which came inclosed in yours of this Day, I find it...
I have recd your favors of the 25th and 28th ulto. The State of Rhode Island were called upon...
I have recd your favors of the 18th and 21st. When the Army gets together and settled in Winter...
I have been favd with yours of the 20th and 30th ulto. The Ammunition—The Cannon belonging to the...
You are upon Receipt of this to cross the North River with the Troops under your Command in the...
I have received your two favors this morning—I have only to request you will take the best...
Lt Colo. Varick and Major Franks late of General Arnolds family having requested of me a Court of...
Previous to the Receipt of your letter of yesterday, I had obtained a list of the Feild Officers...
I yesterday requested you to have the light infantry formed before you marched and leave them...
You will be pleased to observe on the subject of your Letter of last Evening, that altho I am not...
I had the pleasure of your two letters, the one of the 26 of May and the other of the 6 Inst. The...
Your letter of the 8th Instant has come duly to hand, and am glad to hear that Greatons Bond’s...
I have received your favor of the 8th from Roxbury, this I imagine will meet you at Providence. I...
I received your favor of this date and Intend this Evening to go to Harlem and see whether the...
I have just recd intelligence from two different quarters that the Fleet, which sailed on the...
I have yours of the 9th inclosing the proceedings of the Court Martial who set upon Strang. In my...
Having desired you to meet an Officer from Sir Guy Carleton for the purpose mentioned in your...
In my Letter of the 26th Ulto, by which I requested You to rejoin the army, I desired that You...
General poor sent down the Bearer Capt. Leigh for 10,000 dollars for the purpose of recruiting,...
The Ships which have got up the River with their Tenders (and now two of our Row Galleys) must be...
Mr Benson & Mr Smith have nominated Judge Hobart as a third person to determine with them the...
I have received your favor of the 7th, with a Postscript of this day. I have written to the Dep....
I am exceedingly sorry to find by yours of the 26th ulto that you are again involved in...
I have been favour’d with yours of the 1st inst. and one by Capt. Webb, and am happy to hear that...
Your favor of the 16th Ulto only came to hand Two days ago. The arrivals which you mention and...
Inclosed are three plans for settling the mode of succession in the Medical department. They have...
I am favored with Yours of the 17th and 18th Inst. I am not sufficiently informed of the mode of...
I have received your several Letters of the 9th 10th & 11th Instant. It will be proper upon the...
The Quarter Master informs that Teams with flour will probably be at New Windsor by tomorrow...
Previous to your departure from the Army, I wish to take an oppertunity of expressing my...
Having been desired by Congress to place some other in the room of General Ward, I have to...
I am glad to find by yours of the 19th that such progress had been made in forwarding the...
I have your favour of the 19th May. General De Coudrée arrived here last night, and set off this...
I have received successively Your Three favors of the 9th 12th & 13th with three Inclosures. With...
I have received your Letter of the 25th containing the Dispatches from Sir Guy Carleton; and the...
I have to reply to your three favors of the 15th. A Copy of your Application in favor of Colo....
Since I wrote to you this morning the inclosed Resolve of Congress came to my hands. As Sir Henry...
I was last night favored with yours of yesterday. The two Connecticut Brigades are to Encamp on...
In answer to your favor of yesterday, I have to observe, that it appears to me there can be no...
By advices just received from Governor Clinton and General Schuyler it appears that the enemy are...
I have recd your favors of the 30th of Decemr and 1st and 3d instants. Having no papers with me...
It is represented to me, that Capn Day, of the 7th Massachusetts Regiment, is now, not only able...
Some days ago General McDougall informed me, that a Majr Hayes (I think that was the name)—or...
Within a few Days I have been favored with your several Letters of the 24th, & 30th of Ulto & the...
To the General Officers of the Army. assembled in Council at the New Building April 17th 1783...
I hoped after the pains you had taken to arrange the Massachusetts line —that neither of us would...
As the Enemy must pass this place before they can attempt the Posts above, and as your Troops...
I am favored with your Letter of this day. No means in our power, to have the supplies you...
I have your favs. of the 31st ulto and 2d and 3d instants. As I do not think myself at liberty to...