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I receivd your Letter of yesterday respecting Lieutt Sanborn, as also his application for a...
The Intention of yesterday’s order, respecting the Review of the Connecticut Troops, is only to...
In looking over the list of Officers in your Brigade, I find the whole compleated, except in one...
I agree to Adjutant Peabody’s discharge; & Colo. Otis’s Son taking his place —I do not know of...
I quite forgot to enquire last night (when you were shewing me the Militia Pay Rolls) at what...
I am a little surprizd, and concern’d to hear of your moving to Colo. Royals House —I thought you...
inclosd you have Copy of a Letter I recd from Governor Cooke to the Contents of which I reffer...
Your favor of the 14 Instant I received this morning and am exceedingly sorry for the sad reverse...
Having received Intelligence of the unfortunate death of Genl Thomas, occasioned by the smallpox...
I was favoured with yours of the 5th & 6th Instt by Express yesterday evening from Genl Schuyler,...
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...
Letter not found: to Maj. Gen. John Sullivan, 29 May 1777. GW wrote Sullivan on this date : “I...
I received your favour of this date. It is of the greatest moment that the motions of the enemy...
In consequence of your representation I yesterday detatched Lt Colo. Barber with 150 Men and some...
I have yours of the 5th: I agree with you that Colo. Blands Men being natives are more to be...
I have yours of yesterday with Colonel Formans letter inclosed. If the Ships that went out are...
Yours of yesterday evening was delivered to me early this Morning. Every account confirms the...
I am uneasy at hearing nothing from you. The Enemy have advanced a party, said to be two...
I am favd with yours of this morning. Upon considering your Situation, the General Officers are...
I have both your favs. of this day, by the last of which I find that you had arrived at Fleming...
I have both your favs. of this Morning. The Enemy last night sent off all their spare Baggage and...
Letter not found: to Maj. Gen. John Sullivan, 19 June 1777. In his letter to GW of 19 June ,...
From every information lately received, there is reason to believe the Enemy are evacuating...
I have yours of this Morning with one from Genl Maxwell to Genl Green inclosed. The Weather is...
Upon your arrival at Pompton you are to halt your division till the intentions of the Enemy are...
Since I had the pleasure of seeing you some of the Officers have been Suggesting a Plan for...
I have yours of the 5th and 6th I am sorry that any misunderstanding between you and Doctor...
In consequence of advices this day recd from Albany, tho’ not directly from Genl Schuyler, I find...
Upon reconsidering the propriety of your crossing the River immediately, it has been determined...
The army marched yesterday from Morris Town to this place, about eighteen miles from thence, and...
I imagine you have, in consequence of former orders, crossed the North River; but if it should...
The greatest part of the Fleet have fallen down from the Narrows, but we have not been able to...
I have just received Major Morris’s letter covering the proceedings of a General Court Martial...
It is with no small concern, I am constrained to inform you, that I am constantly receiving...
Notwithstanding it will be a Week tomorrow since the Fleet left the Hook, none of the Ships had,...
I am this moment advised by Express that the Enemy’s Fleet is arrived at Delaware; I request that...
By an Express this Moment received from Cape May, The Enemy’s Fleet put to Sea yesterday Morning...
By Express last Night from Cape May, we are informed that the Enemy’s Fleet were seen again after...
I am this day favor’d with your letter of 7th Instant—I am happy to hear that you are so far...
I this Morning recd yours of the 12th at the same time one from Genl Borre, by which I find Major...
By an Express this Minute come to hand from Congress, We are informed, General How’s Fleet is...