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I have received your favor of yesterdays date. Major General the Marquis de la fayette is...
You are immediately to proceed with the detachment commanded by Genl Poor and form a junction as...
On the 23d I had the honor of presenting Your Excellency’s Letter of the 20th & last Evening of...
13404General Orders, 26 June 1778 (Washington Papers)
Varick transcript , DLC:GW . Sgt. Ebenezer Wild of the 1st Massachusetts Regiment, who marched...
I received your favors of last night and this morning. I have given the most positive & pointed...
Letter not found : to Lafayette, 26 June 1778. GW apparently wrote four letters to Lafayette on...
I have received your favor dated at half past four this afternoon, and must refer you to my...
General Lee’s uneasiness on account of yesterday’s transaction rather increasing than abating,...
Your uneasiness, on account of the command of yesterday’s detachment, fills me with concern, as...
I have received your favor of this date and thank you for the intelligence contained in...
13411General Orders, 27 June 1778 (Washington Papers)
As we are now nigh the Enemy and of consequence Vigilance and Precaution more essentially...
Letter not found : to Maj. Gen. Philemon Dickinson, 27 June 1778. Dickinson wrote to GW on this...
Between 11 & 12 to day I received your favor of the 25 by Major Armstrong. The movement you...
Altho Col. Meade has already signified to you my desire that our present Camp should be minutely...
I this morning received your Letter of Yesterday and was much concerned to find that you had...
I received your favor of the 24th Instant, last night. I wish the corps of foreigners you mention...
I was duly honored with your favor of the 20th Instant, with the report to which it referred, and...
Letter not found : to William Livingston, c.28 June 1778. GW wrote Livingston on 4 July: “I had...
I have just received your Letter by the Dragoon —as your Corps is out of supporting Distance I...
Letter not found : to Brig. Gen. William Winds, 28 June 1778. On 30 June, Winds wrote GW : “Your...
13421General Orders, 29 June 1778 (Washington Papers)
The Commander in Chief congratulates the Army on the Victory obtained over the Arms of his...
Letter not found : to Benedict Arnold, 29 June 1778. On 30 June Arnold wrote GW : “I received...
I received your favor of this instant dated at 3 O’clock P.M. with its inclosure. I am sorry to...
I have the honor to inform you that at seven oClock yesterday morning, both armies advanced on...
I have the honor to inform you that about seven OClock yesterday Morning both Armies advanced on...
Letter not found : to Martha Washington, 29 June 1778. On 30 June , Maj. Gen. Benedict Arnold...
Englishtown [ New Jersey ] June 30, 1778 . Orders Du Portail to Philadelphia to study city’s...
13428General Orders, 30 June 1778 (Washington Papers)
The Men are to wash themselves this afternoon & appear as clean and decent as possible. Seven...
As we are again in possession of philadelphia and it may possibly happen that in the course of...
You will immediately proceed to Philadelphia, with such of your assistants, as you shall think...
I received your letter (dated thro’ mistake the 1st of July) expressed as I conceive, in terms...
Your letter by Colo. Fitzgerald and also one of this date have been duly received. I have sent...
Document not found : Speech to Oneida Indians [July-August 1778]. This document, in James...
13434General Orders, 1 July 1778 (Washington Papers)
The General will beat at twelve ôClock, troop at half past twelve and the march begins at one;...
I embrace this first moment of leisure, to give Congress a more full and particular account of...
Having received information that the State of Virginia has determined to fill up her Regiments by...
13437General Orders, 2 July 1778 (Washington Papers)
The Army is to remain on it’s ground tomorrow—The commanding Officers of Regiments under the...
New Brunswick [ New Jersey ] July 3, 1778 . States that Colonel Charles Armand can raise a new...
13439General Orders, 3 July 1778 (Washington Papers)
Coll Craige and Majors Nichols and Vaughan are appointed to superinte[n] d the Hospitals in...
I have been favd with your two letters of the 5th ulto. As it was not possible for Capt. Medici...
My last to you was upon the 29th June. I have the pleasure to inform you, that the loss of the...
I received your favor of the 22d Ultimo by the hands of Captain Horton. It is a melancholly...
I have received your letter on the subject of the corps raising by Col: Armand. You are sensible...
Letter not found : to Col. Stephen Moylan, 3 July 1778. The docket on Moylan’s letter to GW of 2...
13445General Orders, 4 July 1778 (Washington Papers)
At three ôClock this afternoon a Cannon will fire at the Park as a signal for the troops to be...
I take the earliest opportunity of congratulating you on the success of our Arms over the British...
I had the honour to inform you on the ground of action of the advantage over the Enemy on the...
Your Letter of the 20th Ulto came to my hands last Night —before this will have reached you, the...
13449General Orders, 5 July 1778 (Washington Papers)
The Right Wing of the Army is to march at three ôClock tomorrow morning under the Command of Majr...
13450General Orders, 6 July 1778 (Washington Papers)
The second Line is to march at three ôClock tomorrow morning under the Command of Major General...