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Your favour of yesterday I received, and am sorry to hear that the Quota of Militia which the...
The Office of Adjutant General being vacant by the resignation of Colo. Reed, and the power of...
I am favoured with yours of the 9th & 14th instants. Upon the Receipt of the first I had no hopes...
I have been favored with yours of the 19th inst. with its enclosures on the subject of the Indian...
I am favd with yours of the 9th instant. I have directed the Blankets to be brought forward to...
I was honored yesterday with the Boards Letter of the 19th Instant. From the apprehensions of the...
I had the honor of your letter of the 5th Inst. with its inclosures. I have communicated the...
I have the honor of yours of the 13th instant inclosing a Copy of a letter from Colo. Brodhead...
As I shall have occasion to remove Colo. Rawlins’s Corps from Fort Frederick in Maryland, (where...
I must request the Board to give orders to have a considerable number of Cartridges made up with...
I was in hopes that circumstances would have admitted of your joining the Army before this time;...
The Jersey Brigade will be ordered to Kings-ferry to receive the Waggons of the Mas sachuset ts...
In answer to your Letter of the 10th I can only observe: that it is not in my power to give any...
I have just received advice from Otis and Henley of Boston that they had, thro’ the interest of...
[ Preakness, New Jersey ] November 22, 1780 . Sends instructions for preparation of boats for the...
You have been directed to furnish the Commanding Officer of the Boats with materials for muffling...
New Windsor [ New York ] January 1, 1781 . Instructs Pickering to set up plan for replacement of...
The tranquility of winter quarters and the important change about to take place in our military...
Since I directed Col. Humphrys the day before yesterday, to request you to have the beef salted...
My horses, I am told, have not had a mouthful of long or short forage for three days. They have...
Yours of this date is before me—when I wrote to Colo. Lutterloh I had no knowledge of your letter...
I enclose you a Copy of the Resolution of Congress of the 23d Janry on the subject of remounting...
New Windsor [ New York ] February 10, 1781 . Recapitulates verbal directions given Pickering...
The inclosed instructions were begun though not completed at the time they are dated; but the...
New Windsor [ New York ] February 14, 1781 . Is going to Rhode Island. States that command of the...
I shall set out in a day or two for Rhode Island. The command in my absence will devolve upon...
New Windsor [ New York ] February 15, 1781 . Has ordered light troops to prepare to march to...
I have ordered a detachment of light troops amounting to a 1000 to assemble at Peek’s Kill in...
Whereas I have ordered a detachment of the army to march from Peeks-kill on the 19th instant on a...
If the detachment now forming, pursues its object, it will be a strong additional motive against...
You will take the earliest, and most efficacious Measures for the transportation of all the...
I enclose to you the Extract of a Letter from Major General Heath, of this day; and must again...
The supply of flour for the Army must be kept up regularly, And the Means of transportation must...
There was never any regular formation of the department of Geographer to the Army, but to the...
The necessity of getting forward what Flour is upon the communication urges me to a measure which...
I enclose to you a Letter for Major General Parsons; in which I have mentioned the return of a...
Alarming accounts of the state of Provisions at Fort Schuyler, having this moment been received,...
I inclose for your inspection, Original Letters from Major General Heath & Brigadier General...
Since I wrote to you the last Evening, respecting the transportation of the salted Provisions, I...
Under the present circumstances of transportation from Connecticut, I should advise, that Mr...
The quantity of salted provision in the western part of Connecticut, being by your representation...
General Washington presents his Compliments to Colonel Pickering, and requests the favor of his...
At the same time I again inform you, of the almost infinite importance it is, to have the Boats...
I wish to know whether General Du Portail has made any Arrangements with you respecting Planks...
One of my own Horses which I sent from Camp to be wintered—together with the Horses which usually...
I have been favour’d with yours of last evening; and cou’d wish that the present situation of the...
To the Quarter Master General, or Deputy Qr Mr with the Army. In all cases on the present march,...
It is of the utmost importance to the Service, that Gentlemen who are acting at the heads of...
As soon as you have arranged Matters & sent on a Gentleman of your Department to mark out the...
You will be pleased to have the Flat Boats which are in James River mounted upon Carriages as...