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It is determined that General Du Portail and myself should go to Count D Estaing. We proceed to...
The General requests you will let him know your opinion of the number of expresses necessary to...
It is found necessary to send surgeons with the detachments on the lines, and they must have...
The horse I borrowed of you the other day giving out while we were on Staten Island, my servant...
Have you received any directions from The General concerning some espontoons to be brought from...
When you ask my opinion as a friend, I must always act the part of a true friend, however...
There has just been unfolded at this place a scene of the blackest treason, Arnold has fled to...
I acknowlege myself to have been unpardonably delinquent in not having written to you before; but...
It is an age since I have either written to you or received a line from you; yet I persuade...
I inclose you a couple of letters from Mr. Carter one for yourself, the other for Mr. Kenlock....