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Your favors of the 21st & 30th ult: I had the pleasure to receive a few days ago. The reward refused by the Pensylvania line evinces a becoming sense of propriety & gallantry. What might not our soldiery be brought to if properly fed, paid and cloathed. Mr De Grandchain delivered me your favor; he and Colo Wadsworth have had beds here and those attentions which your recommendations will always...
Your Excellencys favor of the 18th ult: Covering Copy of your orders to the Quarter Master General I had the honor to receive on the 30th. I shall with the utmost alacrity Carry your Excellencys orders Into Execution, nor shall my resignation Even after It shall have been Accepted by Congress prevent me In the least from giving my personal Aid to procure every thing necessary for the...
Your Excellency’s favor of the 13th Instant was Delivered me about nine Last Evening. I am very Confident that you have pursued Every measure in your power, to releave our wants in this Quarter, and to Facilitate the works going on to the Northward; we have people in every Quarter Attemping to procure the variety of Articles, that are wanted, but after all, We shall fall Considerably short,...
General Fellows, who accompanied the Militia returning to the County of Berkshire met with a person at Half Moon, with whom he formerly had an Acquaintance—This person informed him that Expresses were continually going between Generals Howe and Burgoyne; that they exchanged the Dispatches at some place in the Manor of Livingston that on Sundays they met there. General Fellows moved on about a...
Yesterday I was honored with your Excellency’s Favor of the 24th Instant. The Articles mentioned in your Letter to Captain Varick are arrived and forwarded to Tyonderoga—Those sent by Philo Sentford are not yet arrived, detained I suppose by Northerly Winds which have prevailed for some Days. Our Carpenters at Skenesborough sicken very fast—Captain Titcomb’s Company from the Massachusetts Bay...
Albany [26] September 1776 . “Since my last of Yesterday, I have received sundry papers from General Gates, Copies of all which I do myself the Honor to inclose—I have mentioned to Congress that I had sent them to your Excellency.” LS , DLC:GW ; LB , NN : Schuyler Papers. Although the LS is dated 20 Sept. and the LB is dated 25 Sept., the context of this letter indicates that it was written on...
Since my arrival here Your Old Gray Horse suddenly departed this life. He was in high order and good health apparently, but a few days before. The black is thin and I believe too aged or too Infirm for future service. The two Substitutes are good, one in very fine order and the portmanteau horse strong and capable of good Service, but do not order them down until you can find forrage in plenty...
Since my last of the 24th I have received sundry Letters from Canada, of which the inclosed are Copies. The five Batteaus sent with provisions on the 14th arrived at St John’s on the 17th, as I have already observed to your Excellency in my last. I have now three hundred Barrels of pork here, part of which will go in the large Boat, which I momently expect, but I cannot send any in Batteaus...
Letter not found : from Philip Schuyler, 19 June 1779. GW wrote Schuyler on 9–11 July: “On sunday [4 July] I had the pleasure to receive Your favors of the 18th 19th & 30th.”
An opportunity offers, and Surely I ought not to let It pass without Intreating you to Accept the warmest Acknowledgements of a grateful heart for an Attention which has afforded me the first of pleasures as It was Strongly Stamped with the Marks of Friendship. A Religieous of the Recollet order Is arrived here from Canada he is come away as he Says with leave of his Superior and of the Bishop...