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25901General Orders, 20 November 1777 (Washington Papers)
Lieut. John Marshall is, by the Judge Advocate General, appointed Deputy Judge Advocate in the...
Letter not found: from Maj. John Clark, Jr., 20 Nov. 1777. Clark wrote GW on 22 Nov. that the...
I have delay’d writing in expectation of hearing something new from the City, but nothing has...
Agreeable to my Promise, in General McDougall’s, which I expect your Excellency is acquainted...
Intiligence this day agree that the Enemy have but few Troops in the City its Currently reported...
The Enemy have thrown a considerable Force into your State, with intent to possess themselves of...
I yesterday wrote you a Letter with conditional directions relative to your march: Upon receipt...
Upon receipt of this you are to direct your march towards this Army, and to be as expeditious as...
I am under the disagreeble needsesity of Informing your Excelancey that on the eighteenth Instant...
Upon my Arrival at Red Bank last Evening, I found that Colo. Greene had recd the same Acct wch I...
I had the pleasure of receiving your favor of the 8th Instant yesterday and should have answerd...
25912Novr. 21. (Adams Papers)
To Hays’s, Salmon Brook 5. miles.—To Southwick, Loomis, 6.—To Fowlers 3. miles.—To Westfield,...
Sometime in September last I wrote to You, and am not a little anxious to know whether you...
Two copies: National Archives This circular letter was a companion piece to the commissioners’...
Copy: Connecticut Historical Society We are informed that the Ship Portsmouth, which left...
Copy: Connecticut Historical Society You are desired to get from Capt. Adams a particular Account...
ALS : American Philosophical Society Mr. Hodge is just arived from Dunkirk and Mr. Deane intreats...
ALS : American Philosophical Society <Rue du Faubourg-Montmartre, November 21, 1777, in French: I...
ALS : Historical Society of Pennsylvania <Paris, November 21, 1777, in English: Excuse this...
ALS : American Philosophical Society Having formerly had the honor of your acquaintance whilst...
ALS : American Philosophical Society By Desire of a particular Friend, Who is afflicted with a...
25922General Orders, 21 November 1777 (Washington Papers)
Those pay-masters of regiments, who have drawn pay for any officers or men in Col. Morgan’s...
I have just learnt that the honorable Congress has presented a Sword to Lieut. Col. Smith as a...
To Colonel Ephraim Blaine Deputy Commissary General of Purchases &c.— Whereas large supplies of...
General Varnum this moment acquaints me that fort Mercer was evacuated last evening. Comodore...
I am favd with yours of the 14th inclosing a letter for the Revd Mr Duché. I will endeavour to...
Last Evening Fort Mercer was evacuated. Some of the Shipping burnt this Morning. Most of the...
We have this Evening a Letter from Mr. Bingham of Octr. 13th. in which he tells us that the...
ALS ?: American Philosophical Society <Würzburg, November 22, in French: Our letters to you of...
ALS : American Philosophical Society J’ai l’honneur de vous envoyer une brochure que l’auteur m’a...
25931General Orders, 22 November 1777 (Washington Papers)
The General Court Martial of the line, of which Colonel Grayson is president, is to sit to morrow...
This will inform you one of my Spies has this moment come to me from Philadelphia, he delivered...
A few Minutes ago my Spy whom I expected had waited on you Yesterday, came to me, he left...
I am favd with yours of Yesterday Afternoon from Burlington. As you have crossed the River, an...
I came to this Place yesterday morning—the Difficulty of crossing the Baggage over the River...
I have received your Letter of this days date—it does not appear from any account worthy of...
It was with equal Surprize & Concern that I received Dispatches from Congress, informing me that...
The last I had the honour of writing to you was dated the 19th. Your Excellency’s Letter of the...
The Legislature of this State having passed a Law for impressing a thousand Blankets for the Use...
At, the request of Number, of able bodied, young men, that lives about the lines and is out of...
I have this moment received your Letter containing the Proposals of some of the Inhabitants near...
When I Last did myself the Honour of writing to you I had the Most Sanguine hopes of having all...
To his Excellency Genl Washington Commander in Chief, of the American Continental Army. The...
I have received your favors of 20 & 21st Inst. by this Express I shall write to Majr Genl Greene...
Letter not found: to Brig. Gen. Anthony Wayne, 22 Nov. 1777. A two-page letter in the writing of...
DS : Archives du Ministère des affaires étrangères, Archivo General de Simancas; DS (draft ):...
Copy: Connecticut Historical Society We received yours of the 18th and observe the Contents. We...
Copy: Connecticut Historical Society Yours of the 18th. under Cover of Messrs. F & A Dubbledemuts...
Copy: Connecticut Historical Society Since my last Sir GG has arrived and on consulting with him...
25950General Orders, 23 November 1777 (Washington Papers)
The Court of enquiry held the 18th inst: of which Col. Humpton was president, to inquire into the...