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I am continuing my march to Join Your Excellency Near Philadelphia with Genl Learneds Brigade,...
Having received information that the Enemy were landing at Chester I immediately dispatched an...
I am sorry to acquaint you of the disagreeable News of the evacuation of Fort Mifflin—I’ve just...
The hopes and appearance of a french War, along with some other reasons, have induc’d me to send...
In Answer to your Favor of this date: It remains with Congress alone to accept your Resignation....
I Begg Leave to observe to your excellency that I am in actual service in france, that I have not...
In consequence of Instructions from your Excellency, to Colo. Johnston & Broadhead, for the...
I am honored with yours of the 11th—I am sorry tha[t] any of Genl Dickinson’s plans should...
I desire you will immediately set all your people at work to making fascines. let them be about...
I am sorey to be the mesenger of Bad news last night at Ten oClock our Breve Garreson at fort...
General Green will give you so perfect an Idea of what he has seen here as to make any Remark...
Gen. Varnum will have inform’d your Excelly of the Evacuation of fort Mifflin. I am extremely...
I imagine from yours of last Evening by Major Ballard that the Fort was totally evacuated last...
Agreeable to what I wrote you last Evening, we were obliged to evacuate Fort Mifflin. Major...
I am sorry to inform you that Fort Mifflin was evacuated the night before last, after a defence...
25846Monday. Novr. 17. 1777. (Adams Papers)
Rode Yesterday from Logg Jail, Willis’s, breakfasted at Hoffmans, at Sussex Ct. House, and supped...
ALS : Bibliothèque Municipale de Besançon I return the Carolina Constitution which I have...
25848General Orders, 17 November 1777 (Washington Papers)
Some officers yet remaining untried, and many prisoners in the provost—Brigade Courts martial are...
This moment I have seen a Gentleman (a Friend) who left the City Yesterday Evening, the report of...
Col. Tilghmans Letter I have received. The Enemy are gone over to Jersey I will endeavour to get...
if his excellency has desseing to attack in one monts, the british in the province’s island, the...
Your Excellency I dare say has been informd of the evacuation of Fort Miflin, and the Gallant...
A Representation to the Commander in Chief of the American Army. The Commander in Chief I...
Instructions for Major General St Clair, Major General Baron Kalb, and Brigadier General Knox....
Your favor of yesterday covering Col. Greene’s letter I received prior to which I had the Account...
Two Gentlemen, one from General Varnum and the other from the Fleet with Dispatches for your...
In Consequence of the Enemy’s arm’d Vessells laying at Fort Mifflin, their Provision Vessells...
25858Tuesday Novr. 18. 1777. (Adams Papers)
Lodged at Brooks’s, 5 Miles from the North River. Rode to the Continental Ferry, crossed over,...
It appears by Returns this day received from Genl. Gates that Burgoine must have destroyed his...
ALS : American Philosophical Society; letterbook summary: Algemeen Rijksarchief, The Hague...