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I have received your favor of the 26th and am much obliged by your attention in procuring the...
I returned to this place yesterday afternoon from a tour of Nineteen days through the Northern &...
Doctr La Moyaer, by whom I expect you will have received my letter of the 18th had scarcely left...
The return of Doctr La Moyuer (who has been sick since he came to this place) affords me an...
I wrote to you a few days ago for some Books, &ca—Since then, I have seen the following Books...
Sometime in the Winter, or early this Spring, a Frenchman in New York applied (after representing...
In answer to your private letter of the 16th I can promise no more than a disposition to promote...
I am directed, in reply to your Letter of the 17 to inform you that Letters may in future be Sent...
It is not improbable, that as the Arrival of the Packet at N. York with the news of Peace, Sir...
Your favor of the 21st was delivered to me last Evening. You will please to give Capt. Douglass...
The Commandr in Chief has recied A Letter from a Mr Richd Corbin of Laneville in Virginia—...
His Excellency has reced the packet transmitted by you of the 14th. The Money you mention is for...
Your favor of the 8th instant is duly received. M. Mersereau being out of military office, and...
The Commander in Chief desires you will send in to N. York the Naval Prisoners forwarded to you...
I have been favored with your several Letters of the 23d 24th 25th and 27th of Febry. It gives me...
I have been favoured with your private letter of the 24th Ulto & thank you for the information...
You will proceed immediately with a Flag to Paulus Hook and from thence to New York to make the...
I have recd your two favours of the 8th with the several Papers enclosed therein, & now send you...
I have received your two Letters of the 23rd & 27th instant. It seems strange that such a number...
I have recd yours of the 20th & laid the subject of it before the General, who is clearly of...
The General received yours of the 14th yesterday. We have no news but the promotion of Cols....
Mr Merrit who has permission to go into New York with a Massachusetts sum of Money for theNaval...
The Commander in Chief who has just gone to Poughkeepsie, has left it in charge with me to...
I am favored with yours of the 20th. The Money you have recd for Governor Harrison agreably to...
Your Letter of the 12th Instant was deliverd me yesterday with its several inclosures, and I am...
The Bearer Mr Cutts, upon the recommendation of General Sullivan, has permission to endeavour to...
I have to acknowledge the receipt of your two Letters of the 2nd & 3d inst. & to inform you that...
I have duly received your two favors of the 27th and 29th Ulto—I am very well satisfied with the...
In conducting the common business, at the Post of Dobbs’ Ferry (of which you have the...
Mr Smith has been to West point—and on Enquiry, finds that the two Men, Isaac Raymond & Thomas...
I have received your favor of Yesterday. From the ill success which I have lately experienced in...
I, a few days ago, reced your favor of the 28th of Augt from Pompton—You certainly cannot be...
The enclosed (one for yourself & the other for Major Clarkson) comes in consequence of Generl...
Leutenant Colonel William S. Smith entered the service of the United States at the Commencement...
I have this Moment received your Application to me requestg Liberty to join the combined Armies...
I fully intended in my letter of the 14th to have desired you to return to this Army, but I might...
I have received your favor of the 22nd of April. Having been informed that Colonel Vose wished to...
[ Totowa, New Jersey ] November 4, 1780 . Approves Smith’s decision to take the place of a...
The subject on which you spoke to me yesterday did not strike me in a proper point of view, which...
I expected you would have been at Camp with the detatchment under your command before this time...
I recd yours this Evening by Lieut. Patterson inclosing a letter from the Board of War directing...