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No. Author Recipient Title Date Context
26401 Adams, John Continental Congress, Foreign Affairs Committee From John Adams to the Foreign Affairs Committee, 24 … 1777-12-24 Having been absent from this State, I had not the Honour of your Favour of December 3d. untill...
26402 Adams, John Lovell, James From John Adams to James Lovell, 24 December 1777 1777-12-24 I cannot omit this opportunity of acknowledging the Receipt of your kind Favours of 27 or 28...
26403 Adams, John Roberdeau, Daniel From John Adams to Daniel Roberdeau, 24 December 1777 1777-12-24 Your most friendly and obliging Favour of 28. Novr was never delivered to me, untill the 22d...
26404 American Commissioners Bérard Frères The American Commissioners to Bérard frères, 24 … 1777-12-24 Reprinted from Report of the Committee of the House of the 17th February on the Subject of the...
26405 Franklin, Benjamin Williams, Jonathan, Sr. From Benjamin Franklin to Jonathan Williams, Sr., 24 … 1777-12-24 Reprinted from The New-York Mirror , April 13, 1839 The bearer, Mr. Holker, is a gentleman of...
26406 Boux, —— American Commissioners ——— Boux to the American Commissioners, 24 December … 1777-12-24 ALS : Harvard University Library Vous voudrés bien prendre en récommendation que J’ai quité Le...
26407 Ross, John American Commissioners John Ross to the American Commissioners, 24 December … 1777-12-24 ALS : Harvard University Library Your very respected favour of 18th Inst: I received by Capt:...
26408 Ballainvilliers, Simon-Charles, baron de Franklin, Benjamin To Benjamin Franklin from the Baron de Ballainvilliers … 1777-12-24 ALS : American Philosophical Society J’ai l’honneur de vous addresser, Monsieur, une lettre pour...
26409 Tavarez, Daniel Nunez de Franklin, Benjamin To Benjamin Franklin from Daniel Nunez de Tavarez, 24 … 1777-12-24 ALS : American Philosophical Society La Gazette de la Haye du 17: de ce mois annonce que vous...
26410 Washington, George General Orders, 24 December 1777 1777-12-24 Every regiment is to draw provisions, to complete their rations, for to morrow; and the whole...
26411 Bailey, John Washington, George To George Washington from Colonel John Bailey, 24 … 1777-12-24 Lieut. Colonel Bedlam of my Regiment, having lost his Cloaths, in the Siege at Fort Stanwix. The...
26412 Board of War Washington, George To George Washington from the Board of War, 24 December … 1777-12-24 Letter not found: from the Board of War, 24 Dec. 1777. In his letter to Henry Laurens of 1 Jan....
26413 Washington, George Jameson, John From George Washington to Major John Jameson, 24 … 1777-12-24 You are hereby directed to repair to the East Side of Schuylkill and take the command of the...
26414 Laurens, Henry Washington, George To George Washington from Henry Laurens, 24 December … 1777-12-24 I had the honour of writing to your Excellency yesterday by General Conway; I now inclose a...
26415 Morgan, Daniel Washington, George To George Washington from Colonel Daniel Morgan, 24 … 1777-12-24 I left the lines this evening—Lord starling sint for me to know in what maner the enemy lay, that...
26416 Nelson, Thomas Jr. Washington, George To George Washington from Thomas Nelson, 24 December … 1777-12-24 Letter not found: from Thomas Nelson, Jr., 24 Dec. 1777. GW wrote Nelson on 8 Feb. 1778 that “I...
26417 Otis, Samuel Allyne Washington, George To George Washington from Samuel Allyne Otis, 24 … 1777-12-24 With the utmost anxiety I have beheld your army of Patriots opposeing not only the formidable...
26418 Potter, James Washington, George To George Washington from Brigadier General James … 1777-12-24 yesterday 18 of the enemys light Hors Took one of Capt. Lees horsmen near the whit Hors Tavernn a...
26419 Stirling, Lord (né William Alexander) Washington, George To George Washington from Major General Stirling, 24 … 1777-12-24 I gave your Excellency an Account of our Arrival here yesterday Evening. Yesterday Afternoon a...
26420 Stirling, Lord (né William Alexander) Washington, George To George Washington from Major General Stirling, 24 … 1777-12-24 Since I wrote you this Morning Nothing very Material has happened; I found Col: Morgan with His...
26421 Washington, Lund Washington, George To George Washington from Lund Washington, 24 December … 1777-12-24 Yours of the 11th Inst. is come to hand —I am Sorry Howe has manag’d so as to escape a Drubg....
26422 Virginia Assembly Act to Empower the Justices of Cumberland and Fluvanna … 1777-12-24 [ Williamsburg, 24 Dec. 1777 .] Act repeals Act of preceding session directing justices of...
26423 Thompson, Thomas American Commissioners Thomas Thompson to the American Commissioners, [before … 1777-12-25 ALS : American Philosophical Society I thot before this to have given you an acct. of our...
26424 Lutterloh, Henry Emanuel Wagon Masters Colonel Henry Emanuel Lutterloh’s Instructions for … 1777-12-25 as soon as the Troops have delivered into my Stores all the Tents according to order. I would...
26425 Adams, John Campbell, Archibald From John Adams to Archibald Campbell, 25 December 1777 1777-12-25 Three Days ago, I had the Honour of receiving your Letter of the 18th. of December, inclosing...
26426 Sayre, Stephen American Commissioners Stephen Sayre to the American Commissioners, 25 … 1777-12-25 ALS : Harvard University Library When I left Berlin, I meant to have come to Paris by the way of...
26427 Thompson, Thomas American Commissioners Thomas Thompson to the American Commissioners, 25 … 1777-12-25 LS : American Philosophical Society Besides the general Letter which I wrote you respecting our...
26428 Baudouin, —— Franklin, Benjamin To Benjamin Franklin from ——— Baudouin, 25 December … 1777-12-25 ALS : American Philosophical Society; copy: Library of Congress Je recois la lettre que vous me...
26429 Estaing, Charles-Henri, comte d’ Franklin, Benjamin To Benjamin Franklin from the Comte d’Estaing, 25 … 1777-12-25 AL : Historical Society of Pennsylvania Count d’Estaing presents his dutys to the truly right...
26430 Hartley, David Franklin, Benjamin To Benjamin Franklin from David Hartley, 25 December … 1777-12-25 Transcript: Library of Congress I thank you for your very friendly and prudent consideration of...
26431 Webb, Benjamin Franklin, Benjamin To Benjamin Franklin from Benjamin Webb, 25 December … 1777-12-25 ALS : American Philosophical Society The Bearer of this is a particular Friend of mine. A Mr....
26432 Washington, George General Orders, 25 December 1777 1777-12-25 Each brigade is to detach an active, careful subaltern and eight men, who with an Assistant...
26433 Washington, George Plan to Attack Philadelphia, 25 December 1777 1777-12-25 Jameison with the light Horse on the other side Schuylkill to guard the Avenues to the City, &...
26434 Washington, George Caswell, Richard From George Washington to Richard Caswell, 25 December … 1777-12-25 I had the Honor to receive your Favor of the 25th Ulto, with Its Inclosure by yesterday’s post. A...
26435 Clark, John Jr. Washington, George To George Washington from Major John Clark Jr., 25 … 1777-12-25 This morning a party of the Enemy with a few Field pieces moved from Derby towards Chester, near...
26436 Washington, George Gerry, Elbridge From George Washington to Elbridge Gerry, 25 December … 1777-12-25 Notwithstanding my last Letters to Congress were very explicit, and expressive of the wants of...
26437 Heath, William Washington, George To George Washington from Major General William Heath … 1777-12-25 Not long since I received a Letter from Colo. Sam. B. Webb, informing me that the fortune of War...
26438 Laurens, Henry Washington, George To George Washington from Henry Laurens, 25 December … 1777-12-25 I had the honour of writing to Your Excellency yesterday by Colo. Boudinot. This Instant was...
26439 Smallwood, William Washington, George To George Washington from Brigadier General William … 1777-12-25 I have not yet been joined by one Militia Man, I inclose you Genl Pattersons Ltr, which is not...
26440 Stirling, Lord (né William Alexander) Washington, George To George Washington from Major General Stirling, 25 … 1777-12-25 I would have wrote you earlier this Morning had we not about Eight oClock heard the report of...
26441 Le Roy, Jean-Baptiste Franklin, Benjamin To Benjamin Franklin from Le Roy, [on or after 31 … 1777-12-26 ALS : American Philosophical Society Voulez vous bien mon cher Docteur que je vous fasse demander...
26442 American Commissioners Delap, Jean-Hans The American Commissioners to Jean H. Delap, 26 … 1777-12-26 Copy: Connecticut Historical Society Yours of the 19th we received Yesterday and immediately...
26443 American Commissioners Vergennes, Charles Gravier, comte de The American Commissioners to Vergennes, 26 December … 1777-12-26 LS : Archives du Ministère des affaires étrangères We beg your Excellency’s Permission to make an...
26444 Lacepède, Bernard-Germain-Etienne de La Ville sur … Franklin, Benjamin To Benjamin Franklin from the Comte de Lacepède, 26 … 1777-12-26 ALS : American Philosophical Society J’ai osé me flattér que le celebre monsieur francklin...
26445 Lavabre, Doerner & Cie. Franklin, Benjamin To Benjamin Franklin from Lavabre, Doerner & Cie., 26 … 1777-12-26 L : American Philosophical Society Messieurs Lavabre & Doerner ont l’honneur de presenter leurs...
26446 Washington, George General Orders, 26 December 1777 1777-12-26 A General Court Martial is to sit at the House of Wiley Bodles, near the provost, at nine...
26447 Armstrong, John Washington, George To George Washington from Major General John Armstrong … 1777-12-26 I cannot yet learn whether the Enemy are return’d to Philada—a person from thence, tells me the...
26448 Clark, John Jr. Washington, George To George Washington from Major John Clark, Jr., 26 … 1777-12-26 I wrote you yesterday at one o Clock P.M. , informing you the Enemy had moved towards Chester,...
26449 Washington, George Laurens, Henry From George Washington to Henry Laurens, 26 December … 1777-12-26 The reason of my troubling you at this time is to request that Congress will defer their decision...
26450 Livingston, William Washington, George To George Washington from William Livingston, 26 … 1777-12-26 I am quite content to have Lieut. Boskirk, Lieut. Earle & Surgeon Hammel treated as Prisoners of...