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By some unusual delay in the Post office, I did not receive your kind letter of the 21st of April...
The inclosed Resolution of Congress having been transmitted to me—I take this earliest...
In the conversation I had with you, when I saw you last at Head Quarters; you appeared to be so...
I was yesterday favoured with your Letter of the 11th of March, on the subject of your retiring...
I received your favr of the 27th ulto which with its inclosure I have put into the hands of the...
I have to request that you will be pleased to send one of your Aides de Camp, to give Orders to...
I have received your Favor of Yesterday—and am very sorry to observe its Contents—I can think of...
Your Letters of the 30th of April & 2nd of May, together with the Proceedings of the Court...
I have had the pleasure to receive Your Letter of the 20th Inst. and am glad to find by it, that...
Your Letter of the 14th Instant was forwarded to me in my absence from this place, and met me on...
I have recd your favr of the 24. Inclosed is a Copy of my letter of the 22d by Capt. Walker....
I have recd your favrs of the 17th and 18th inst. In respect to the prisoners taken by Capt....
Capt. Walker has communicated to me some discoveries made of a plot among the tories of Stratford...
Representation has been made to me, that in determining the Rank of Leiutenants in the New...
I have recd yours by Lieut. Cook. I have had reference to the Resolves of Congress of the 24th...
Since your promotion to the rank of a Major General, the objections you before had to serve with...
From the advanced stage of the Campaign, and the Small number of recruits which have lately come...
Having received intelligence that the enemy were about some capital movement; I have directed...
The number of Officers who are absent from the Connecticut line on the recruiting service & for...
I have been duly favored with your letter of the 21st Inst. The non arrival of the Arms expected...
I am pleased to hear by yours of the 4th that the State of Connecticut have directed one thousand...
I have recd your fav. of the 24 Inst from Harford: It will be a very happy circumstance should...
You will be pleased to repair immediately to the State of Connecticut and take upon you the...
I have recd your favr of the 6th and am pleased to find that the Legislature are at length taking...
I have recd your favor of the 6th and am pleased to find that the Legislature are at length...
I received Yesterday both Your Letters of that date. The Note Mr Tilghman gave was only intended...
I have recd your favr of the 16th—I am fully of opinion that those people who undertake to...
the objects of the detachment under your command are to cover the Country from Newark to Perth...
Colo. Lamb informs me that there are some men in the Connecticut line who had been inlisted for...
I return you my thanks for the intelligence contained in your letter of this date & shall be...
I received yours of the 11th last night, and I beg you will present my particular thanks to Capt....
It is probable that the public may have occasion or at least wish to know at some period—the...
I have just received yours of yesterday—I am happy to hear of the spirited behaviour of the...
I have received Your favors of the 9th from Luddington’s & Redding. It gives me ⟨g⟩reat concern...
A day or two ago, you expressed a desire to go towards the Sound on some private business—At...
Your favours of the 11th and 15th instant came duly to hand with Lieut. Jackson’s and Ensign...
You will find by my last letter of the 11th instant, that I considered the circumstances of your...
Your two favors of the 2d & 3d instant with their inclosures have been duly received. It was my...
Your letter of the 25th April has been duly received with its several inclosures. I am pleased to...
I have been duly favored with your letters of the 8th and 16th instant. In cases of resignation...
I recd your favor of the 22 Inst. I wish some positive and clear evidence could have been...
I am favd with yours of the 7th inclosing a letter from the Revd Mr Dwight to whom I have written...
Below you will receive a copy of my last dated the 5th to which I will add a thought which has...
In a letter from Genl Putnam of the 13th ulto he informed me that there were two large Scows and...
I am favd with yours of the 18th Feby inclosing your remarks upon Colo. Drakes representation of...
I learn from undoubted authority that General Clinton Quarters in Captn Kenedys House in the city...
Three days ago I received your favor of the 2⟨9th⟩ Ulto. I had heard before of Colo. Webbs...
Letter not found: to Brig. Gen. Samuel Holden Parsons, 17 July 1777. Parsons’s letter to GW of 16...
I am favd with yours of the 14th by Maj. Humphry. I have consulted the Surgeon General upon the...
Middlebrook [ New Jersey ] June 1, 1777. Orders all troops not needed for the Long Island...