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1 Dickinson, Philemon Washington, George To George Washington from Brigadier General Philemon … 1776-12-21 Two Persons returned Yesterday from the Jerseys, who inform me, that there is a very great body...
2 Dickinson, Philemon Washington, George To George Washington from Brigadier General Philemon … 1776-12-24 I have this moment dispatch’d a proper Person over the river, to make the followg enquires, (& to...
3 Dickinson, Philemon Washington, George To George Washington from Brigadier General Philemon … 1777-02-09 Your Excellency’s of the 5th Inst. did not come to hand till last Evening, I reced the Money for...
4 Dickinson, Philemon Washington, George To George Washington from Brigadier General Philemon … 1777-02-13 The Person who obtained Mr Morgan’s releasment, returned from New York with Doctor Vanderveer...
5 Dickinson, Philemon Washington, George To George Washington from Brigadier General Philemon … 1777-02-19 By a person this moment returned from Brunswick whom I sent in on purpose; I have rec’d the...
6 Dickinson, Philemon Washington, George To George Washington from Brigadier General Philemon … 1777-02-20 Immediately upon the Receipt of your Excellency’s Letter, I sent an Express to Genl Putnam, &...
7 Dickinson, Philemon Washington, George To George Washington from Brigadier General Philemon … 1777-02-26 I shall take care in future, to communicate to your Excellency by Letter certain Intelligence...
8 Dickinson, Philemon Washington, George To George Washington from Brigadier General Philemon … 1777-03-13 Agreable to your Excellency’s Orders, I shall this Day send down to Boundbrook, 300 men. The...
9 Dickinson, Philemon Washington, George To George Washington from Major General Philemon … 1777-06-18 In consequence of a Commission which I r[e]cieved a few Days ago from the honble Council &...
10 Dickinson, Philemon Washington, George To George Washington from Major General Philemon … 1777-08-11 This morning came to this Place, Mr. Anthony Taylor an Inhabitant of Jersey, & gave me the...
11 Dickinson, Philemon Washington, George To George Washington from Major General Philemon … 1777-08-19 From the latest accounts I have received, I cannot find there has been any movements of the...
12 Dickinson, Philemon Washington, George To George Washington from Major General Philemon … 1777-08-26 I this moment met with the Bearer Mr Hindman, who is just returned from viewing the Enemy; he saw...
13 Dickinson, Philemon Washington, George To George Washington from Major General Philemon … 1777-09-15 I received your Excellency’s Letter last Night, & you may be assured of my utmost exertions to...
14 Dickinson, Philemon Washington, George To George Washington from Major General Philemon … 1777-09-16 Since I wrote your Excellency last, I have received Information, that I think may be depended...
15 Dickinson, Philemon Washington, George To George Washington from Major General Philemon … 1777-09-17 By Express this moment arrived from Brigr Gen. Wines at Hackingsack, I am informed the Enemy have...
16 Dickinson, Philemon Washington, George To George Washington from Maj. Gen. Philemon Dickinson … 1777-09-20 Letter not found: from Maj. Gen. Philemon Dickinson, 20 Sept. 1777. Dickinson wrote GW later on...
17 Dickinson, Philemon Washington, George To George Washington from Major General Philemon … 1777-09-20 I wrote your Excellency this morning, since which have had the honor of receiving your Favor of...
18 Dickinson, Philemon Washington, George To George Washington from Maj. Gen. Philemon Dickinson … 1777-09-21 Letter not found: from Maj. Gen. Philemon Dickinson, 21 Sept. 1777. GW wrote Dickinson on 22...
19 Dickinson, Philemon Washington, George To George Washington from Major General Philemon … 1777-10-03 I had order’d a Major with One hundred Men, as a Guard to the Stores at Trenton, before the...
20 Dickinson, Philemon Washington, George To George Washington from Major General Philemon … 1777-10-04 By intelligence just received, which I am of opinion may be depended on, there is some great &...
21 Dickinson, Philemon Washington, George To George Washington from Major General Philemon … 1777-10-24 Your favor of Yesterday, was handed me by Col: Fitzgerald; having detached Genl Winds with 1,000...
22 Dickinson, Philemon Washington, George To George Washington from Major General Philemon … 1777-10-25 By a Person just returned from Bergen, who has been stationed there for several Days; I am...
23 Dickinson, Philemon Washington, George To George Washington from Major General Philemon … 1777-10-26 The Governors Answer this moment came to hand, which I inclose your Excellency—tis such, as I...
24 Dickinson, Philemon Washington, George To George Washington from Major General Philemon … 1777-11-01 Your Excellency’s favor of the 27th October, I receivd the 30th & should be happy, if I had it my...
25 Dickinson, Philemon Washington, George To George Washington from Major General Philemon … 1777-11-02 The Ships that came from N. York with the Troops, came to the Watering Place Yesterday, where...
26 Dickinson, Philemon Washington, George To George Washington from Major General Philemon … 1777-11-06 This moment I received an Express from an Officer stationed on the South Amboy Shore, informing...
27 Dickinson, Philemon Washington, George To George Washington from Major General Philemon … 1777-11-15 Nothing material has happen’d since I wrote your Excellency last—by Intillegence from New York,...
28 Dickinson, Philemon Washington, George To George Washington from Major General Philemon … 1777-11-28 Having obtained the fullest Information, respecting the Strength & Situation, of the Enemy upon...
29 Dickinson, Philemon Washington, George To George Washington from Major General Philemon … 1778-05-09 Yesterday morning the Enemy came up the River with five armed Vessells, & between twenty & thirty...
30 Dickinson, Philemon Washington, George To George Washington from Major General Philemon … 1778-05-17 Your Excellency’s favor of the 13th instant I have recieved—when I mentioned the Establishment of...
31 Dickinson, Philemon Washington, George To George Washington from Major General Philemon … 1778-05-19 An Intelligent Person, who left New York last Wednesday, say’s, that he saw many hundred Houses...
32 Dickinson, Philemon Washington, George To George Washington from Major General Philemon … 1778-05-27 Two deserters from Philadelphia, whch they left yesterday morning, bring the following...
33 Dickinson, Philemon Washington, George To George Washington from Major General Philemon … 1778-05-31 Captain Carle with a part of his Troops, went down Yesterday, as low as Frankford—he saw many...
34 Dickinson, Philemon Washington, George To George Washington from Major General Philemon … 1778-06-01 This morning, I received the inclosed from General Maxwell —Yesterday a party of Horse returned...
35 Dickinson, Philemon Washington, George To George Washington from Major General Philemon … 1778-06-02 I wrote your Excellency yesterday, since which, I have recieved the inclosed from Genl Maxwell, &...
36 Dickinson, Philemon Washington, George To George Washington from Major General Philemon … 1778-06-06 I this moment, recieved the inclosed from General Maxwell —in consequence of which, the Troops at...
37 Dickinson, Philemon Washington, George To George Washington from Major General Philemon … 1778-06-09 Your favors of the 5th & 7th instant, I receivd last Evening, your Excellency’s Orders,...
38 Dickinson, Philemon Washington, George To George Washington from Major General Philemon … 1778-06-10 I have communicated, the contents of your Excellency’s letter of the 8th instant, to Governor...
39 Dickinson, Philemon Washington, George To George Washington from Major General Philemon … 1778-06-14 A very Intelligent young Man, who left Philadelphia yesterday afternoon at 3, OClock, gave me the...
40 Dickinson, Philemon Washington, George To George Washington from Major General Philemon … 1778-06-15 The inclosed just came to hand, from Genl Maxwell —the same Intelligence, was brought me a few...
41 Dickinson, Philemon Washington, George To George Washington from Major General Philemon … 1778-06-17 The inclosed Letter, I this moment received from Govr Livingston —I pressed him in the strongest...
42 Dickinson, Philemon Washington, George To George Washington from Major General Philemon … 1778-06-18 Your Excellency’s favor of this morning, just came to hand—A Boy from Philada, say’s, our Troops...
43 Dickinson, Philemon Washington, George To George Washington from Major General Philemon … 1778-06-19 I am just returned from Mount holly—Genl Maxwell with his Brigade, are on their march to the...
44 Dickinson, Philemon Washington, George To George Washington from Major General Philemon … 1778-06-20 I am this moment returned from the lines, the main body of the Enemy lay at Mountholly, their...
45 Dickinson, Philemon Washington, George To George Washington from Major General Philemon … 1778-06-20 Since writing your Excellency a few minutes ago, I received the inclosed from G. Maxwell. A...
46 Dickinson, Philemon Washington, George To George Washington from Major General Philemon … 1778-06-21 I came to this Place last Night, to give some particular Directions—an Express just came in, from...
47 Dickinson, Philemon Washington, George To George Washington from Major General Philemon … 1778-06-21 I am just returned from General Maxwells Quarters—have sent down three Detachments of Militia,...
48 Dickinson, Philemon Washington, George To George Washington from Major General Philemon … 1778-06-22 At one oClock this morning, I received information, that the Enemy were endeavouring to surround...
49 Dickinson, Philemon Washington, George To George Washington from Major General Philemon … 1778-06-22 The Enemy are advancing very fast upon the Bordentown road—they are so superior in Horse, that...
50 Dickinson, Philemon Washington, George To George Washington from Major General Philemon … 1778-06-23 The Enemy’s front came yesterday to the Black-horse, where they still remain—Genl Maxwell...