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I have just received the intelligence from below, of the arrival of a large fleet at the hook on...
The opinion of the Officers of the Jersey line was yesterday taken on the subject of the...
Letter not found: from Col. Elias Dayton, 19 July 1777. In his letter to Dayton of 19 July, GW...
I enclose to your Excellency the New York paper of yesterday, which announced the arrival of the...
I have received your Excellency’s letter of the 7th with the proceedings of a court martial...
I enclose to your Excellency a note which I have received from the paymaster general with respect...
I am honored with two letters from Your Excellency dated the 11th: Your Excellencys Orders for...
By intelligence I have just received it appears, that the fleet which has been laying at Sandy...
The fleet of which I gave your Excellency advice in my last, set sail & left the hook the day...
The enclosed is the copy of a paper I have just received from New York, which I beleive to be...
I have been honored with your Excellency’s letter of the 28th Ult. appointing Philadelphia to be...
Enclosed is an account of their present force in New York and its dependencies, handed to me by a...
As soon as your Excellency’s orders were received, to march the Jersey Brigade, no time was lost...
A Schooner just now arived here from New York for the family & goods of Doctor Peterson. It...
Enclosed is a return of the men now at this place. I have reason to expect that their number will...
In my last I informed your Excellency that the British fleet had sailed the 8th Inst. I have...
Soon after I received your Excellency’s letter, the person who was the subject of it communicated...
I am very well convinced from many different accounts, that the force under Admiral Greaves,...
Enclosed is the proceedings of a court martial held on a deserter from the second Regiment of...
General Clinton gave orders three days since to all the troops under his command to desist from...
I received your Excellency’s letter dated the 11th last evening. I believe without a doubt that...
By a person from Newark I am just informed, that a number of heavy cannon have been lately sent...
I arrived at this place at 8 oClock this morning with the Jersey troops, excepting one subaltern...
By a person from New york 28th inst. it appears the british fleet were then laying at the hook...
Your Excellencys letter of the 15th came safe to hand I consider myself honored by your...
I take the liberty of introducing to the knowledge and notice of your Excellency, my son, who...
Confiding in your known and admired candor I beg leave to address you on a subject of great...
On Sunday morning I was alarmed with an account that the Jersey brigade had revolted, were...
Since sealing the letter of this morning to your excellency—I have received the following very...
I received safely the letter which contained your Excellency’s orders for the relief of the...
In Consequence of your Excellencys Order, Mr Depuyster was apprehended & confined in the Jersey...
I yesterday removed with the two Regiments to this place for the sake of provisions and beer...
Last night I received the enclosed and as it contains intelligence that may be of consequence to...
The Magistracy and the Inhabitants of the Borrough of Elizabeth beg leave to assure your...
I have received your Excellency’s letter of the 1st Instt and shall do every thing in my power to...
The enemy, who I informed your Excellency in my last had landed in Monmouth, returned the next...
I enclose for your Excellency’s perusal a New York paper of the 16th which was handed to me last...
By a person from Staaten Island I am informed that a report prevails there, that the British...
In my letter of yesterday I informed your Excellency that I had ordered Capt. Asgil to the Jersey...
Since my last, a person has returned from New York; that has been, four days, at that place,...
Three persons upon whom I very considerably depended for for the discovery of every important...
Their is not the least doubt but that the British in New Y o rk have certain accounts of the...
I beg leave to inform your Excellency of the situation of John & Baker Hendricks & John Meeker...
From New York I understand they are in daily expectation of a French fleet upon the coast—They...
In my last I acquainted your Excellency with the return of the enemy from Monmouth—On monday...
In my former letter I acquainted your excellency with the difficulty which attended the sending...
I have this morning received the following important intelligence which may, I believe, be...
I had the honor of writing to your Excellency the 27th Ultimo and enclosing some returns &c. in...
Your letter of the fourth with the annexed duplicate came safe to hand—The original was no doubt...
Your Excellencys letter of the 24th Ulto I received the 6th instant—I communicated the contents...