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A number of disaffected persons having been taken up and brought to His Excellency, he ordered an...
The inclosed was intended to be sent with the prisoners mentioned in the list; but before this...
Wilmington [ Delaware ] September 1, 1777. Discusses Lieutenant John Troup’s arrest. Has ordered...
I am in Philadelphia on some business of great importance to the army; to execute which I stand...
[ Pawlins Mill, Pennsylvania ] October 8, 1777 . Asks Livingston to send a large portion of New...
[ Valley Forge ] February 2, 1778. Discusses detection of plot to assassinate Livingston. Df , in...
[ Valley Forge ] February 16, 1778 . Is sending Lieutenant Colonel Tench Tilghman to Livingston...
Valley Forge, February 22, 1778 . Commends New Jersey’s efforts. States that a change of method...
Valley Forge, March 25, 1778 . Asks Livingston to have Mr. Jacob Bankson watched as a suspected...
Middlebrook [ New Jersey ] December 21, 1778 . Reports arrest of John Smith Hatfield on charge of...
Middlebrook [ New Jersey ] April 22, 1779 . Explains reasons for withdrawing Brigadier General...
Middlebrook [ New Jersey ] April 28, 1779 . Discusses British troop movements in New Jersey. Df ,...
Middlebrook [ New Jersey ] May 4, 1779 . Thinks that an increase in pay of the New Jersey Militia...
Middlebrook [ New Jersey ] May 9, 1779 . States that two men found guilty of encouraging...
Middlebrook [ New Jersey ] June 3, 1779 . Describes British troop movements and asks Livingston...
[ West Point ] September 27, 1779 . States that if the French fleet is in reality off the coast,...
West Point, October 4, 1779. Asks Livingston to instruct William Van Drill, a pilot, to join...
Morristown [ New Jersey ] December 21, 1779 . States reasons that make it probable that British...
Morristown [ New Jersey ] December 21, 1779 . States probability of an attack on the Army by the...
[ Morristown, New Jersey ] February 19, 1780 . Explains why it would be inexpedient for a state...
Springfield [ New Jersey ] June 18, 1780 . Is sending Brigadier General Henry Knox to present to...
Ringwood [ New Jersey ] January 27, 1781 . Informs Livingston that the mutiny has been completely...
New Windsor [ New York ] February 13, 1781 . Will discuss question of New Jersey prisoners with...
Since Writing the above we have certain Advice that a Fleet of 130 Sail left Halifax the 9th...
Since Col. Reed left this I have Received certain Intelligence from the Hook that about forty of...
Your Favour of the 4th came safely to hand. The Situation of New Jersey is such & the...
Your Favour of this Date inclosing Major Duyckinck’s Letters was this Moment received. The known...
Your favour of yesterday with the Inclosures is recieved. Col. Puttnam went over yesterday &...
Before this reaches you—You will undoubtedly have heard of the unexpected Arrival of the Carolina...
⟨I a⟩m much obliged to you for your Favour of this Date—The Intelligence is important, & I shall...
The Congress having directed me, by a Resolve of the 26th Septemr to procure as soon as possible,...
On tuesday morning the Enemy broke up their Encampments which were i⟨n⟩ front of our lines, after...
I have this Moment arrived at this place with Genl Beals and Genl Heards Brigades from Maryland...
⟨The⟩ Critical Situation of our Affairs ⟨and the move⟩ments of the Enemy make some ⟨further &...
I have the pleasure and honor of acknowledging the Rect of yours of the 27th. Genl Williamson...
I wrote to you yesterday, but as from every Information of the Motions of the Enemy, their Intent...
The irregular and disjointed State of the Militia of this province, makes it necessary for me to...
I am favor’d with yours of 1st Inst., & shall be happy to hear that your House will adopt the...
I have with pain heard of the irreconcileable Uneasinesses prevailing in the 1st N. Jersey...
Your two favours of the 6th and 10th Inst. I had the honour to receive this Evening—Nothing would...
Since I did myself the Honour of writing to you on the 14th Inst., by the way of Philadelphia, in...
This Morning I had the honour of receiving your favour of the 15th Inst. with the papers...
The honour of receiving your favours 20th & 22d Ulto I am now to acknowledge. Some time past...
I this Moment had the Honour to receive your two favours of the 3d Inst. With pleasure I will...
The Council of Safety of Pennsylvania has done me the honour to communicate to [me a] piece of...
I have been honoured with yours of the 17th and 26th March. I communicated the intelligence you...
I have the honor of yours of Yesterday. I ⟨may⟩ have been mistaken in my interpretation of you⟨r⟩...
I am honored with yours of the 14th. I dont know whether Colo. Duyckink comes under the Civil or...
I do myself the honor of transmitting the inclosed Resolve of Congress passed the 25th inst. I...
I am this day honoured with yours of the 2d instant, as I was a few days ago with that of the...