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The very sudden disbandment of the Regiments, has placd a number of Officers in a most...
Agreeably to your request, before ten OClock this morning, I saw Lieutentant Dwight at his...
To my great Surprize Captain Church this morning informed me that Lieutenant Schuyler, was still...
Business of much moment to me, (the risk of four thousand dollars) and which involves Colls....
New York, December 12, 1799 [ –January 6, 1800 ]. Has remained in New York to superintend the...
In the case of Peter Mildeberger, I can only report, that to my knowlege the facts stated in his...
Head Quarters, Broncks [ New York ], August 14, 1799 . States that in the absence of Colonel...
At our Rendezvous are Majr. Willcocks—Lieutent. Paymaster Smith—Lieut. Hoffman Lieut. Quarter...
We have in custody three Deserters from Captain Pattersons Company—May they be tried by a...
When I last spoke to You about the Appointment of Lieutenant, William Laidlie, to a command in...
By the inclosed you will see the state of the business with regard to the supply of the Soldiers...
I have taken the Liberty and with very great diffidence to represent, that Lieutenants Smith, and...
I have the honor to inform you that the Court-martial has proceeded untill there is no business...
Immediately upon the receipt of your communication respecting the Affair with Mr. Lowrie at...
I have the honor to inform you that the Court martial of which I am President, considering all...
I have the honor this moment to receive your letter relative to the ill-treatment &ca of a Mr...
[ East Chester, New York ] June 12, 1799 . “… I take the liberty … to report to you … that … it...
I have the honor, ’tho’ with much regret, to inform you, that the recruiting-Service is still...
Messrs Ten Eyck and Williams are to meet at my house half past ten. If you will be so good as to...