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1 Wayne, Anthony Washington, George To George Washington from Anthony Wayne, 13 March 1792 1792-03-13 I took the liberty to put into your hands (in the course of last summer) a letter from James...
2 Wayne, Anthony Washington, George To George Washington from Anthony Wayne, 20 March 1790 1790-03-20 Nothing but the particular ⟨ illegible ⟩ of an Officer of merit which request I cou’d not refuse...
3 Wayne, Anthony Washington, George To George Washington from Anthony Wayne, 1 February … 1790-02-01 Since the organization of the Federal System, & the establishment of the several departments, I...
4 Wayne, Anthony Washington, George To George Washington from Anthony Wayne, 30 August 1789 1789-08-30 This will be presented to your Excellency by my former aid Colo. Fishbourn, whose feelings has...
5 Wayne, Anthony Washington, George To George Washington from Anthony Wayne, 10 May 1789 1789-05-10 I did myself the honor of addressing your Excellency in April, by Genl Jackson, & have since that...
6 Wayne, Anthony Washington, George To George Washington from Anthony Wayne, 6 April 1789 1789-04-06 Accept of my warmest & sincerest congratulations, upon your appointment to the Presidency of the...
7 Wayne, Anthony Washington, George To George Washington from Anthony Wayne, 14 December … 1783-12-14 long want of health, occasioned by the extreme of fatigue & loss of blood, in assisting to...
8 Wayne, Anthony Washington, George To George Washington from Anthony Wayne, 1 November … 1783-11-01 Having been long accustomed to act under your Excellency’s eye, or particular Orders in the...
9 Wayne, Anthony Washington, George To George Washington from Anthony Wayne, 17 January … 1783-01-17 The total liberation of the Southern States from an enemy, affords the Citizens a flattering...
10 Wayne, Anthony Washington, George To George Washington from Anthony Wayne, 4 November … 1781-11-04 The Campaign in this Quarter being gloriously terminated under your Excellency’s auspices—I have...
11 Wayne, Anthony Washington, George To George Washington from Anthony Wayne, 4 November … 1781-11-04 I wish you to do me the Justice to believe, that I never did not nor never will, be guilty of any...
12 Wayne, Anthony Washington, George To George Washington from Anthony Wayne, 27 July 1781 1781-07-27 Inclosed are a letter Return &ca which I intended to forward sooner—the temper of the Gentlemen...
13 Wayne, Anthony Washington, George To George Washington from Anthony Wayne, 16 July 1781 1781-07-16 The Retreat of Lord Cornwallis to Portsmouth, & the advance of Colonel Tarlton with about nine...
14 Wayne, Anthony Washington, George To George Washington from Anthony Wayne, 8 July 1781 1781-07-08 After a variety of Marches and counter marches frequently offering battle to Lord Cornwallis upon...
15 Wayne, Anthony Washington, George To George Washington from Anthony Wayne, 26 May 1781 1781-05-26 I do myself the honor of Inclosing your Excellency a General return of the Detachment of Infantry...
16 Wayne, Anthony Washington, George To George Washington from Anthony Wayne, 7 May 1781 1781-05-07 I was honored with your favor of the 18th Ultimo, an extract of which I immediately laid before...
17 Wayne, Anthony Washington, George To George Washington from Anthony Wayne, 19 March 1781 1781-03-19 I was honored, & much Obliged by yours of the 26th Ultimo, & had the most flattering prospects of...
18 Wayne, Anthony Washington, George To George Washington from Anthony Wayne, 27 February … 1781-02-27 I was honored with your favor of the 2nd Instant and experience much happiness in your...
19 Wayne, Anthony Washington, George To George Washington from Anthony Wayne, 28 January … 1781-01-28 The Commissioners appointed by Congress have nearly closed the settlement of the Inlistments of...
20 Wayne, Anthony Washington, George To George Washington from Anthony Wayne, 21 January … 1781-01-21 In obedience to the Orders of the Commissioners appointed by Congress to settle the terms of...
21 Irvine, William Washington, George To George Washington from William Irvine, 17 January … 1781-01-17 I would have wrote your Excellency on my arrival at Princetown—but did not like to give you...
22 Wayne, Anthony Washington, George To George Washington from Anthony Wayne, 12 January … 1781-01-12 I wrote you yesterday morning by Mr Craig, since which I was honored with yours of the 8th...
23 Wayne, Anthony Washington, George To George Washington from Anthony Wayne, 11 January … 1781-01-11 In mine of the 9th I had the Honor of giving you a particular account of our proceedings &...
24 Wayne, Anthony Washington, George To George Washington from Anthony Wayne, 8 January 1781 1781-01-08 Your favor of the 3rd with a poscript dated the 4th at 7 OClock a.m. by Major Fishbourn came to...
25 Stewart, Walter Washington, George To George Washington from Walter Stewart, 4 January … 1781-01-04 Your own anxiety & distress of mind, is the best Criterion to judge of ours by—The Inclosed copy...
26 Wayne, Anthony Washington, George To George Washington from Anthony Wayne, 2 January 1781 1781-01-02 The most general and unhappy mutiny suddenly took place in the Pennsa Line about 9. OClock last...
27 Wayne, Anthony Washington, George To George Washington from Anthony Wayne, 25 December … 1780-12-25 The accounts from New York are so complicated & Contradictory that very little Credit is to be...
28 Wayne, Anthony Washington, George To George Washington from Anthony Wayne, 10 December … 1780-12-10 I was this morning honored with your favor of the 7th, & the company of the Count de Custine, &...
29 Wayne, Anthony Washington, George To George Washington from Anthony Wayne, 22 November … 1780-11-22 At the particular request of Mr Watkins I took the liberty to mention him to your Excellency as a...
30 Wayne, Anthony Washington, George To George Washington from Anthony Wayne, 2 November … 1780-11-02 We have frequently experienced every possible extreme of cold & fatigue in errecting Hutts at a...