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About One OClock to day, I received your Letter of the 13th and sincerely regret with you, the...
As the Information which gave rise to your Remove to the Scotch plains seems to have been void of...
The Express delivered me Yr favr this Evening. Ignorant as I am of the ground which you occupy at...
Upon considering the best Mode of distressing the Enemy and rendering their situation still more...
An Inconvenience of considerable Magnitude arising from the Practice of carrying Household...
Morristown [ New Jersey ] March 15, 1777. Exhorts Sullivan not to imagine slights. Discusses...
Do not my dear General Sullivan, torment yourself any longer with imaginary slights, and involve...
You are to repair to Princeton and take upon you the Command of the Troops at that Post. The...
Your favour of Yesterday I have received this morning. As Genl Greene is gone down, with an...
Morristown [ New Jersey ] May 29, 1777. Orders Sullivan to send intelligence concerning the enemy...