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I do not know whether I take the proper Channel of Recommendations, but I cannot help mentioning to you a Gentleman of your own Province whose Rank and Services seem to me intitle him to farther Notice than he has yet had. His Name is Henshaw of Worcester County. He came a Colonel of Militia in the Service afterward stayed as Assistant to Genl. Gates in his Department 5 Months for which he...
Copy: Library of Congress After congratulating you upon an Appointment which is but a small Acknowledgement of the many signal Services you have rendered your Country, I beg leave to mention to you that by some Accident or Misconduct in the Offices the Generals Letters for these 2 Months past to his Family and Friends in Virginia have miscarried. Some very important Business as well respecting...
ADS : Library of Congress; three ADS , one incomplete: National Archives; incomplete DS : Massachusetts Historical Society As summer wore on into autumn, Washington’s troubles increased. His impromptu army was short of everything it needed, clothing, provisions, ammunition, and the money to buy them. Officers were disgruntled; privates threatened to mutiny if their wages were cut. Enlistments...
Minutes of a Conference of the Delegates of the Honorable Continental Congress, the Deputy Governours of Connecticut & Rhode Island, the Committee of Council of Massachusetts Bay with General Washington begun at Head Quarters Cambridge October 18th 1775 & continued to the 22d of the same Month. Present His Excelly General Washington The Hon. Depy Govr Griswold } Connecticut Nathaniel Wales...
Letter not found: from Lieutenant Colonel Joseph Reed, 4 Nov. 1775. On 20 Nov. GW wrote to Reed : “Your Letters of the 4th from New York—7th and—from Philadelphia . . . are all before me.”
Letter not found: from Lieutenant Colonel Joseph Reed, 7 Nov. 1775. On 20 Nov. 1775 GW wrote to Reed : “Your Letters of the 4th from New York—7th and—from Philadelphia. . . are all before me.”
Letter not found: from Lieutenant Colonel Joseph Reed, 15 Nov. 1775. On 28 Nov. GW wrote to Reed : “Your favours of the 15th & 17th are come to hand.”
Letter not found: from Lieutenant Colonel Joseph Reed, 16 Nov. 1775. On 27 Nov. GW wrote to Reed : “Your Letter of the 16th by Post now lyes before me.”
Letter not found: from Lieutenant Colonel Joseph Reed, 17 Nov. 1775. On 28 Nov. GW wrote to Reed : “Your favours of the 15th & 17th are come to hand.”
Letter not found: from Lieutenant Colonel Joseph Reed, 20–21 Nov. 1775. On 30 Nov. GW wrote to Reed : “your favr of the 20th with the agreeable Post[s]cript of the 21st, is come to hand.”