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I have received Intelligence this Evening from a person of undoubted Veracity (who has followed...
Mr Boudinot thinks it his Duty to report to his Excellency General Washington, that Complaints of...
The Commissary General of Prisoners begs leave to report to his Excellency, that he has attended...
Having been detained in New York on the business committed to me by your Excellency, much longer...
We have the honor of your favor per flag; Having inform’d General Washington of the message...
To His Excellency George Washington Esquire, General and Commander in Chief of the Forces of the...
The Commissioners appointed by His Excellency General Washington to confer, determine and agree...
The Commissioners, appointed by His Excellency General Washington, “to confer, determine and...
To His Excellency George Washington Esquire General and Commander in chief of the Forces of the...
Being just returned from German Town, I beg leave to inform your Excellency that I was happy...
On my Arrival at Morris Town, I found Lt Coll Campbell, who proposed my going with him to New...
Letter not found : from Elias Boudinot, 18 June 1778. GW wrote to Boudinot on this date that “I...
I am this Moment returned from the Point opposite to Gloucester—As soon as the City was a little...
I omitted writing yesterday, supposing that your Excellency would have had constant Intelligence...
Agreeable to yr Excs. Orders in Company with Major Beatty, I met Mr Loring Commy of Prisrs for...
I had concluded your Laurels had produced a forgetfulness of your old friend, but am now...
Since my recovery from my late Indisposition so far as to attend to any Business, I have been...
Nothing but that indisposition with which I have been confined for upwards of four Months, could...
I must beg your Excellency’s excuse from particularly answering your late favour, till I return...
Genll Maxwell just setting off for Camp, I improve the Opportunity, to acknowledge the reciept of...
I must beg leave to trouble your Excellency once more, with a matter, I think worth...
Since my recovery from my late Indisposition so far as to attend to any Business, I have been...
It would have given me great Pleasure to have been favoured with your Company on Thursday, but am...
Your not having heard from me lately, has not proceeded from a want of the most sincere respect...
Your Excellency’s several favours of the 30th Octr, 1st & 19th Instt which have come to hand...
I had the honor of writing your Excellency by the last Post, since which a Captain Reed, late of...
I am to acknowlege the receipt of your Excellency’s polite letter of the 4th instant, and am much...
I was honored by your Excellency’s letter of the 16th instant, which I laid before Congress. It...
Your Excellency’s letter of the 8th instant, enclosing Mr Chittendon’s receipt, came safe to hand...
The unexpected and melancholy news of the death of the late Major General Lord Stirling,...
I had the honor of receiving your Excellency’s letter of the 30th ult. which I immediately laid...
The arrival of Captain Barney this morning creates so great a field for the circulation of...
The Arrival of Capt. Barney in the Washington Packett, has afforded us, a large Budget of...
Your Excellency will give me the utmost credit, when I assure you, that it is with the most...
You can only judge from your own feelings on this occasion, with what peculiar joy I congratulate...
I have duly recd your Excellency’s several public dispatches of the 9th 18th & 30th of Aprill and...
I have the honor of enclosing to your Excellency a Copy of the recommendatory System of finance...
I have the honor of inclosing to your Excellency, an Act of Congress of the eighth instant,...
I have the honor of enclosing to your Excellency two Letters that have been committed to my Care....
Since my last private letter to your Excellency nothing has turned up worthy of your notice but...
Mons. le Compte de Grasse having requested me to have the two pieces of Artillery presented him...
I am sorry to inform you, that by the Resignation of M r. Livingston, as minister for foreign...
I am greatly mortified that our circumstances here oblige us to trouble your Excellency with a...
This Afternoon I dispatched an Express to your Excellency (a copy of whose dispatches is...
I take the first Moment of Leisure since our Arrival here, to inform your Excellency that...
I do myself the Pleasure of enclosing a Line to your Excellency from Major General Howe, who...
General St Clair is now here, and this moment suggests an Idea which he has desired me to mention...
I have neglected writing your Excellency a circumstantial account of the Reasons of Congress...
The Baron Steuben, who is the Bearer of this, delivered me your Excellency’s Letter, which after...
This will be handed to your Excellency by the Count Del Vermé, a nobleman of Milan in Italy—By...