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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 was yesterday favd with yours of the 30th by Capt. Wool acquainting me with your being upon the...
I recd yours of the 17th by Capt Rochefontaine. Was I not so taken up with the Committee of...
Morristown [ New Jersey ] December 13, 1779 . Instructs Maxwell to march to Camp when Brigadier...
Wilmington [ Delaware ] September 3, 1777. Discusses possibility of British attack on Maxwell by...