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In consequence of intelligence just received from the Northward, that General Haldimand would not...
I have been greatly disappointed in not seeing you before my departure from this place—in...
A Detachment of about 500 Men is to be sent to garrison the western Posts—A supply of Camp...
I wrote to you from Saratoga on the 26th Ulto to have all the Boats fit to be used in the western...
A nNumber of Batteaux will be wanting to transport the necessary provisions and Stores to the...
I have to request you will as soon as possible, give me an Estimate of all those things in your...
You will please to take immediate measures to dissolve the chain of Dragoons, and discharge the...
The bad state of affairs in your Department, is such as makes your presence indispensably...
I expect Mrs Washington now is, or soon will be, on her way to this place; I therefore put a...
I enclose you Extracts from the Observations of the Auditors and Clerks of Accounts, respecting...
If you are not detained in Philaby unavoidable Means, and for valuable purposes, is it much my...
You will be pleased to settle with the Engineer what Number of plank & other materials will be...
I received on my way from Philadelphia your favor of the 23d of March respecting the allowance of...
Upon the application of the Magistrates of Morris County in 1780, soliciting that repairs should...
I have to acquaint you that I propose leaving town on Wednesday or Thursday next, & as I would...
In reply to your letter of yesterday I have to observe. although I am not so particularly...
I have your favor of this day before me. Altho I am not certain the Teams will be wanted so soon...
I have attentively considered the several matters contained in your Letter, Returns, Estimates, &...
Upon a view of the difference there will be in the expences between hiring & purchasing Ox Teams...
As your continuance at the North River was considerably longer than I expected, I have not had an...
Upon a supposition that this may reach you upon the North River, I am induced to recommend to...
It is to be hoped that Forrage will be provided at proper places on the Rout by which the Army...
I have not a doubt but that you will take the best care of all the Articles of Public Stores...
Pay from the British Military Chest in your Care One hundred and fifty Pounds Lawful Money to...
York & Gloucester being fixed upon as places of Cantonment for the French Troops, it is necessary...
You will be pleased to have the Flat Boats which are in James River mounted upon Carriages as...
As soon as you have arranged Matters & sent on a Gentleman of your Department to mark out the...
It is of the utmost importance to the Service, that Gentlemen who are acting at the heads of...
To the Quarter Master General, or Deputy Qr Mr with the Army. In all cases on the present march,...
I have been favour’d with yours of last evening; and cou’d wish that the present situation of the...
One of my own Horses which I sent from Camp to be wintered—together with the Horses which usually...
I wish to know whether General Du Portail has made any Arrangements with you respecting Planks...
At the same time I again inform you, of the almost infinite importance it is, to have the Boats...
General Washington presents his Compliments to Colonel Pickering, and requests the favor of his...
The quantity of salted provision in the western part of Connecticut, being by your representation...
Under the present circumstances of transportation from Connecticut, I should advise, that Mr...
Since I wrote to you the last Evening, respecting the transportation of the salted Provisions, I...
I inclose for your inspection, Original Letters from Major General Heath & Brigadier General...
Alarming accounts of the state of Provisions at Fort Schuyler, having this moment been received,...
I enclose to you a Letter for Major General Parsons; in which I have mentioned the return of a...
The necessity of getting forward what Flour is upon the communication urges me to a measure which...
There was never any regular formation of the department of Geographer to the Army, but to the...
The supply of flour for the Army must be kept up regularly, And the Means of transportation must...
I enclose to you the Extract of a Letter from Major General Heath, of this day; and must again...
You will take the earliest, and most efficacious Measures for the transportation of all the...
If the detachment now forming, pursues its object, it will be a strong additional motive against...
Whereas I have ordered a detachment of the army to march from Peeks-kill on the 19th instant on a...
New Windsor [ New York ] February 15, 1781 . Has ordered light troops to prepare to march to...
I have ordered a detachment of light troops amounting to a 1000 to assemble at Peek’s Kill in...
New Windsor [ New York ] February 14, 1781 . Is going to Rhode Island. States that command of the...