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To George Washington from Henry Knox [document with enclosures]

From: Washington Papers | Presidential Series | Volume 7 | To George Washington from Henry Knox [document with enclosures]

I have the honor to submit to your consideration such a plan of raising the levies as appears to Major General St Clair, Brigadier General Butler and myself to be proper. And I also submit to your consideration, the draft of a letter to be written to me previously to your departure, authorizing me upon the points therein mentioned. I shall have the honor to wait upon you, in the morning, in...
The Secretary of war respectfully submits to the President of the United States, the following arrangement for the corps of Levies to be raised in pursuance of the act entitled “an act for raising and adding another regiment to the military establishment of the United States, and for making farther provision for the protection of the frontiers.” That the two thousand Levies mentioned in the...
Being about to make a journey to the Southern States, in which I shall be absent for some time, it has become necessary, for the public service, that I should give you authority in the cases herein after named. Firstly. I approve the general principles of your report of the 22nd February last for the operations of the proposed campaign north west of the Ohio, and I authorize you to instruct...