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GW to Alexander Hamilton, 30 October. GW’s secretary Robert Hanson Harrison gives the correct date on the draft.
, in Robert Hanson Harrison’s writing, , 10:210). Congress appointed Alexander Scammell adjutant general in place of Timothy Pickering on 5 Jan. 1778 (ibid., 21).
Congress appointed Col. Alexander Scammell adjutant general on 5 January ( at the end of December 1777 are two documents in the hand of Robert Hanson Harrison that apparently were written to help GW make sense of this controversy. The first document is a one-page list of congressional resolutions on rank docketed “Genl Woodford—Muhlenberg &c. State of rank”; the other is...
, in Robert Hanson Harrison’s writing, Alexander Hamilton wrote Elias Boudinot for GW on 9 Feb.: “General Howe has just made a proposition, towards a general exchange of prisoners, or rather has acceded to our former propositions on that subject. His Excellency commands me...
, in Robert Hanson Harrison’s writing, On the draft, which is otherwise in Harrison’s writing, Alexander Hamilton completed the paragraph from this point. However, Harrison subsequently wrote for insertion the words that follow “the latter not” and complete that sentence.
, in Robert Hanson Harrison’s writing, (New York) of 19 Aug. printed an “Extract from the Journal of Mr. Alexander McPherson, Commander of the ship
, in Robert Hanson Harrison’s writing, The “Return of Blankets, wanting in the several Brigades at White Plains,” dated 6 Sept. and signed by Adj. Gen. Alexander Scammell, reported 11,067 blankets needed (
, in Robert Hanson Harrison’s writing, For GW’s ordering of the three brigades of Maj. Gen. Horatio Gates’s division and the three brigades of Maj. Gen. Alexander McDougall’s division to march toward Hartford to be able to support the French fleet at Boston sooner in case of need, see
, in Robert Hanson Harrison’s writing, See Robert Hanson Harrison to Horatio Gates, 28 Oct., in