You
have
selected

  • Recipient

    • Wayne, Anthony
  • Period

    • Revolutionary War

Author

Sort: Frequency / Alphabetical

Show: Top 6

Dates From

Dates To

Search help
Documents filtered by: Recipient="Wayne, Anthony" AND Period="Revolutionary War"
Results 1-50 of 133 sorted by date (descending)
  • |<
  • <<
  • <
  • Page 1
  • >
  • >>
  • >|
Your Application is not a little distressing to me; and if comply’d with must have an unhappy...
As you know that an enterprise against Wilmington is the first object in view for the detachment...
I with the greatest Pleasure received your Acco. of the Action at Green Spring—as I had just...
It gave me great Pleasure to learn by yours of the 26th ulto. that You had marched from York...
I was duly favored with Yours of the 19th ulto, by Colonel Harrison—at the same time, that I...
Congress, as you will have been informed, have determined that the Pennsylvania line shall...
His Excellency has ordered me to inclose & send you a list of the Names of the Pennas. serving in...
New Windsor [ New York ] February 2, 1781 . Commends Wayne for conduct during mutiny. Excuses...
In mine of the 29th of January I partly answered yours of the 21st—Yours of the 17th had been...
His Excellency has no objection to your meeting Wilson, you may do with him as you please, I mean...
Ringwood [ New Jersey ] January 27, 1781 . Discusses Pennsylvania and New Jersey mutinies....
I have just received your letter of the 21st—The affair of your line has been singularly...
The receipt of your favor of the 11th Instant afforded great satisfaction, by informing me that...
I have received your favor of the 4th with the inclosures, by the Express, the Evening before...
I this day, at Noon, recd yours of the 2d in the Morning, by Major Fishbourn, who has given me a...
I have recd your favr of the 25th as I did that of the 10th. I think your precautions for the...
I have the pleasure of introducing to you the Count de Custine a Brigadier, and the Marquis de...
You will march with the Division under your command to the Ground in the Neighbourhood of Morris...
The appointment to which you interest yourself in behalf of Mr Watkin’s does not lay ultimately...
[ Totowa, New Jersey ] November 21, 1780 . Orders Wayne to march his troops to Acquackanonck, New...
On Friday-morning, at Sun rising you will march the division under your command to a mile below...
The Officer who is to command the detachment from your line, agreeably to yesterday’s orders,...
You will be pleased to march tomorrow Morning at day light with the first Pennsylvania Brigade by...
The General desires you on receipt of this to send a party of fifty men to proceed ten miles down...
The General desires you on receipt of this to send a party of fifty men to proceed ten miles down...
I have just received your letter of this Morning. General Irvine with the second Brigade will...
Robinsons [ New York ] September 26, 1780 . Instructs Wayne to march his brigade to West Point....
Instead of coming to The Ferry you will march your brigade by Storms and Clements to West Point...
I have received Your Letter of the 3d and return You my warmest thanks for your professions of...
Tappan [ New York ] August 11, 1780 . Explains why appointment of Major William Macpherson cannot...
When your letter was brought by Major Fishbourne I was absent from Head Quarters and did not...
I cannot but premise my answer to your letter of yesterday, by observing that the refusal of the...
You will proceed with the 1st and 2d Pennsylvania Brigades and Colo. Moylans Regt of Dragoons...
Dr. W. Mendy is one of those characters that for its honesty, simplicity, and helplessness...
Some time before the recpt of yr favor, I was informed that the Enemy had returned to their...
I yesterday received your obliging favour of the 10th Inst. From the great importance of the...
Morristown [ New Jersey ] December 28, 1779 . States that, since the second British fleet has...
I have received your favour of the 26th—mentioning the sailing of the second Fleet—General...
I have been favored with your letter of the 18th. Of the objects that claim the enemy’s attention...
Yours of yesterday came to hand late last night. I had received an account by some Gentlemen from...
Your favr of yesterday reached me in the Evening. I only arrived here the day before, and have...
I have received your favor of the 19th and that of the 25th. As the different State clothiers...
I was yesterday favd with yours of the 18th. It would have been a very desirable thing to have...
I received your favor of the 15th yesterday, with its inclosures. Mr Woodbridge has had an order...
I have recd your favr of the 10th Inst. by Major Moore. I should have no objection to his joining...
I rode down to this place to see General Sullivan and to be in the way should the enemy, by their...
I have your favr of yesterday. I can hardly suppose that a total evacuation of New York can be in...
Since mine of this morning, I have seen a letter from Governor Livingston to Genl Sullivan of the...
I have received information of the Guards (and some add other Troops) advancing to Kings...
I recd your favr of the 27th in due time. Before this reaches you, you will undoubtedly have...