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Valley Forge, May 25, 1778 . Orders Maxwell to secure all available information concerning enemy...
Letter not found: to Brig. Gen. William Maxwell, 16 Feb. 1777. On 17 Feb. Maxwell wrote GW...
Letter not found: to Brig. Gen. William Maxwell, 1 Jan. 1777. Robert Hanson Harrison docketed...
Letter not found: to Brig. Gen. William Maxwell, 27 Jan. 1777. Maxwell wrote to GW on 9 Feb. to...
Wilmington [ Delaware ] September 5, 1777. Asks if Maxwell is prepared to make a secret foray...
Letter not found : to William Maxwell, 15 April 1779. On 17 April , Maxwell acknowledged receipt...
[ Middlebrook, New Jersey ] February 15, 1779 . States that British are about to move on Staten...
Your favors of the 8th and 11th instant, with the several news-papers came duly to hand. I have...
Mr Crowels recent violation of the usages and laws of flags render it necessary to adopt some...
I received your favor of the 17th Inst. yesterday evening. No certain conclusions can be drawn of...
I was favored with your letter of yesterdays date this evening. I have informed Governor...
I was favored with the receipt of your letter of the 17th int. If you have any knowledge of the...
I am favd with yours of the 27th and 28th ulto containing a more particular account of the...
The Bearer Mr Thomas Smith a Gentleman particularly recommended by Govr Henry of Virginia—has my...
Colonel Shrieve informs me that several persons who had been made prisoners by the Indians, have...
It seems to be the Opinion of several of the prisoners and also of the Deserters that have lately...
In answer to your letter of yesterdays date —I have to inform you that no blankets can be issued,...
I have recd yours of the 28th from Trenton. The Arms out of which you were to have been supplied...
I have rec‘d your favr of yesterday. Captain Rochfontaine, who will deliver this, will view the...
I have your two favs. of this date. In consequence of the remonstrance from the Inhabitants near...
You will be pleased to transmit the inclosed Letter to Colo. Butler by a flag. This Gentleman has...
I recd yours of the 17th by Capt Rochefontaine. Was I not so taken up with the Committee of...
I have ordered Lt Col. Washington to Westfield with his cavalry you will be pleased to assign him...
Upon my arrival at Middle Brook I shall furnish you with Instructions for the command at this...
I was last Night favd with yours of the 2d with a York paper for which I am obliged to you. I...
I have received Your Letter of the 12th Instant. The third Regiment will march on Monday for this...
I rode down to this place that I might be in the way, should the enemy, by their preparations...
I have recd your favr of the 26th and 27th and this day the inclosed representation from a number...
You are appointed to the command at Elizabeth Town at which place you are to remain with the New...
I have your favr of yesterday accompanied by four New York papers for which I am obliged and...
We have had repeated accounts that a considerable Fleet has been seen off the Coast of Monmouth,...
I am favd with yours of the 31st Decemr inclosing two letters from Major Howell. To prevent a too...
I yesterday received a letter of the 24th inst. from Colonel Shreve, in which he renews his...
In a letter from Genl Gates of yesterdays date, I received the following intelligence—“Two...
Upon examining the State of our Ammunition I find it so generally hurt by the Rain that we are...
Yours of three oClock this morning, I have received. I do not think you have much to fear from...
I have just received a letter from Capt. Stokes stationed at Bonum Town—informing me that the...
It is at this present crisis extremely interesting to our conduct to learn with exactness and...
I duly recd your two favors of the 1st and 3d inst. I wish you to be as diligent as possible in...
I am well convincd that the amazing desertions which have of late prevail’d among our Troops,...
Since writing to you a few minutes ago, I have been inform’d that there is a considerable number...
Your letters of the 25 and 26th came duly to hand with their inclosures. I have considered the...
You are immediately to proceed with the two remaining regiments of your Brigade, to Mount Holly...
I send you herewith two letters for Lord & General Howe, which you will immediately transmit by a...
I received your favors of the 26th and 27th Inst. with the several new-york papers. The...
That the Enemy are upon the point of opening the Campaign can scarce admit of a doubt—where, or...
I have recd yours of the 13th. You will be pleased to forward the inclosed, to Govr Livingston....
Your favor of the 24th instant with the inclosures was duly handed me. I have taken such measures...
It is yet a matter of uncertainty whether the Enemy intend to embark or to march across the...
I recd yours of the 10th informing me of Admiral Gambiers intent to leave the port of New York;...