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    • Gates, Horatio
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    • Jay, John


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Since I had the Honour to write to Your Excellency upon the Instant, I have received the inclosed intelligence from General Bayley, and Colonel Bedel, Copies of which are also transmitted to General Washington. I am confident the Enemy’s Magazines of Provisions are exhausting very fast. Admiral Gambier, sent from New-York, to New London, in Three Vessels with Flags of Truce, 367 Prisoners;...
Persuaded that your Excellency punctually attends to every Thing which may respect the Eastern Department, as you declared in the first Letter I have been honoured with from you, since you are in the Chair; I hope all my Letters, since my Arrival in Boston, will be answered as far as it may be necessary for my Conduct. I do not yet know what Congress intend to do towards fortifying this City...