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I am sorry that we have not yet been able to get a return for the papers I last sent you, as the...
Doctor McWorter has represented to His Excellency the case of a certain negro lately taken by a...
I did myself the pleasure of writing to you the 28th of March last importing his Excellency’s...
His Exy is much surprized that no Returns of your Line have been transmitted to Head Quarters...
Before the departure of His Excellency the Commander in Chief for Philadelphia, he wrote a Letter...
I inclose you by the Commd of his Excellency a Warrant for the Execution of George Cook, the time...
The Negro Boy, whom it is said Captain Ballard attempted to sell, waits upon you with this—he...
I have Been hear near a week with the army and in that time made three attempts to See you. twice...
Some Convoys are coming on from the Jersies to Dobb’s Ferry—for their Security against the...
Inclose You three Letters for Lord Fairfax & two others for the Reverend Denny Martin of Leeds...
I have recd your favor of the 30th ulto. I take if for granted that this letter will meet you...
I find by the Arrangement of the Jersey Brigade, which has just come to hand, that Colonel Shreve...
I have this moment receiv’d information from Philadelphia that the Enemies Fleet made their...
Mr Skinner th Commissary of Prisoners has informed me, that the communication between our Posts &...
I inclose to your Care my Answer to the Address of the Magistracy and Inhabitants of the Borough...
I have the pleasure to congratulate you on your late promotion to the Rank of Brigadier General...
It gives me the most pleasing sensations to find so cordial a welcome on my return, in peace, to...
I am favd with yours of the 20th Feby and am sorry to find from it that the ill state of your...
I have been for some days past under apprehensions for the safety of your Regiment—It is...
At the request of Sir Henry Clinton I have promised an escort to a sum of Money which he is to...
I have rec’d your’s of the 23d, you must consider your present post of importance and the nearer...
The late accounts from New York are mysterious and perplexing, but they at any rate demand that...
Having recd information that the Fleet have left the Capes of Delaware and steered Eastward, you...
I received your favor of the 9th instant in due time, accompanied by a very particular Return of...
Altho’ it seems probable that matters will remain tolerably quiet in New York for the remainder...
You will be pleased to give the Officer commanding the Artillery upon the West side of the River...
I inclose you Copy of the General Order confirming the sentences on Gibbs & Young—You have also a...
The Assembly of this State, at their last sitting, passed a law for the payment of the provision...
I have never yet heard whether the Officers have had any or what success under the Law for...
The inclosed for General Forman is of so much importance that I do not care to trust it to a...
It is extremely painfull to me, to have continually to remark on the irregular manner in which...
I have received your favor of the 12th and am glad to find you have got rid of the person who...
It is long since I have been extremely solicitous to cut off all communication with the Enemy as...
I have this morning recd yours without a date. If the embarkation mentioned by you is intended...
Imediately on the Receipt of this you will be pleased to collect all the Troops of your Brigade...
After writing to you Yesterday, your Letter of the 8th came to me—a Letter from Justice Symes,...
You will march immediately with the Jersey Line and Hazens Regt to the Heights between Chatham...
I have received yours of the 27th Ulto. It appears by accounts from General Forman that the Fleet...
You will immediately, agreeable to the General Orders of this day, augment the two light Infantry...
The inclosed Letter, from Majr Burnet, just now came to Genl Greene. You will compare the...
You will be pleased to furnish a Subalterns Guard upon the order of the Secretary of War, who...
Camp at Cross Roads [ Pennsylvania ] August 14, 1777. Instructs Dayton to send information on...
I propose setting out for the North River in a short time, & wish you to detach a Capt. & 40 Men...
I have recd your favor of this date, as I did those of the 17th and 18th. I can by no means...
After maturely considering the Circumstances that attend the communication with Mr & the little...
I have been favd with yours of the 2d instant. It is very unaccountable that so many Indications...
Annexed is a duplicate of what I had written to you on the 27th ulto the original I fear...
I was Yesterday favored with your Letter without Date. Had not the Enemy made the Movement which...
Yours of the 14th Inst. I have received, and am obliged to Observe that the proceedings of the...
I enclose you the Copy of a Letter from His Excellency Governor Livingston to me, informg that...