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It is His Excellency’s wish that you should if possible accommodate Lieut. Scudder who is lately...
Upon a presumption that the Hospital at New Windsor will be continued there the ensuing Winter,...
His Excellency desires that you and Genl du Portail will go down to Peekskill tomorrow and mark...
Duke Lauzun has just arrived here with dispatches which are to be forwarded to Philada but they...
When Capt. Von Heer went into Quarters last Winter he delivered up thirty Horses to the Dy Qr Mr...
His Excellency has given no particular orders for any surveying just at this time and therefore...
His Excellency very much approves your plan of bringing down the shad daily—only taking care to...
His Excellency does not apprehend any danger from the Enemy who have lately made their appearance...
Colo. pickering will be pleased to make the appointment and send it to His Excellency who will...
The inclosed, as you may suppose, requires the utmost dispatch—There were some time ago relays of...
The inclosed being of consequence, you will be pleased to dispatch them immediately by Express to...
Will you be kind enough to continue the letters sent herewith over the River to the first Express...
By a Resolve of Congress of the 10th of Novemr last (with which I believe you were furnished) the...
If Colo. Pickering returns this Evening be pleased to let him know that the General wishes him to...
The speedy removal of the Flour from Ringwood, independant of the want of it at West point, is...
His Excellency wishes you to obtain an exact account of the Horses kept at West point—on the East...
I send you the dispatches for Millet—There are among them two letters—one for Morris Town and one...