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Yours of 28 Ultimo is before me. It is certain that Religion and Morality, have no less...
I never before took hold of a Pen, to write to my Friend General Green, without Pleasure, but I...
During the civil Wars in Rome, in the Time of Sylla, and young Marius, after the Death of the...
I had, last Evening the Pleasure of yours of March 3. by your Brother, to whom in his Business to...
Your Favour of the 14 of July is before me. I am happy to find your Sentiments concerning the...
Yours of the 27th of April I am to acknowledge. I cannot concur with you in Sentiment because the...
Yours of the 2d Instant, came duly to hand. The Indifference of the People about recruiting the...
Give me Leave, by the Opportunity of the Viscount de Noailles, to take this Method of reviving a...
Your Favour of the second Instant has lain by me, I suppose these Eighteen days, but I fear I...
Yours of the 7th. was brought me this Morning. My Meaning was that if the Conduct of our Army,...
In considering a Letter from the General, sometime ago, in the Board of War, it was agreed to...
I do myself the honor to hand you herewith, a Contract entered into by Mr. John Banks, for the...
Some days ago, I was honored with your answer to my letter of resignation; the very warm...
When you ask my opinion as a friend, I must always act the part of a true friend, however...
Have you received any directions from The General concerning some espontoons to be brought from...
It is an age since I have either written to you or received a line from you; yet I persuade...
It is determined that General Du Portail and myself should go to Count D Estaing. We proceed to...
Mr. Duryee has applied to The General to have a Barn of his released, taken up for the use of the...
I am sadly distressed for want of a good saddle &c; and such is my situation, that I have no...
It is found necessary to send surgeons with the detachments on the lines, and they must have...
We have to request, you will order a couple of very good teams to be got ready to proceed to the...
His Excellency requests you will have an exact return made of the total strength of the...
The horse I borrowed of you the other day giving out while we were on Staten Island, my servant...
I really do not think it would be an adviseable measure to detach a brigade, for though I should...
There has just been unfolded at this place a scene of the blackest treason, Arnold has fled to...
The General has given me some memorandums for instructions to you on the subject of the Northern...
Lt. Whitehead undertakes to go tomorrow morning early with some important dispatches for The...
By a letter we have received from General Sullivan it appears that Poor’s Brigade have left their...
[ West Point, July 27, 1779. Document listed in dealer’s catalogue. Document not found. ] ADS ,...
The General requests you will send some discreet person to Brunswick to ascertain the No of Boats...
His Excellency requests you will direct a couple sets of tools provided and sent to General...
I inclose you a couple of letters from Mr. Carter one for yourself, the other for Mr. Kenlock....
Points submitted to the consideration of the Council— Our force stated at 10.300 The enemys at...
I acknowlege myself to have been unpardonably delinquent in not having written to you before; but...
The General requests you will let him know your opinion of the number of expresses necessary to...
I am honoured with your Favor of the 27th. by Mr. Daniel. I informed you by Colo. Morris of the...
[ Richmond, 13 Feb. 1781. Minute in Va. Council Jour. , ii , 292: “Tuesday February 13th 1781 …...
I now do myself the pleasure of transmitting you information on the several heads of your...
I received advice that on the 22d. inst. the enemy’s fleet got all under way and were standing...
Your favors of the 14th. and 31st. of December remain unanswered. I have been less attentive to...
I have this moment received your favor of the 15th. from Boyd’s ferry. I had heard yesterday of...
I wrote you in haste yesterday by the return of your express in answer to your letter of the...
In the moment of receiving your letter of the 10th. I issued orders to the Counties of...
Obliged in my public character to be the pipe of communication to the sentiments of others, I...
I do myself the Honour of inclosing to you some resolutions of General Assembly on the Subject of...
I am to acknowlege the Receipt of your favors of the 16th and 23d instant and to congratulate you...
The very interesting situation of Southern affairs with respect to our state at this crisis, and...
It was formerly usual to require from the Continental Staff Officers in this State warrants from...
A Mr. Tatum of this state will have the honor of delivering you this. Being very anxious to take...
“The sufferings of your troops have impressed me with the deepest concern, and the very painful...