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Inclosed you have a Copy of the Letter in answer to mine, to Congress, relative to Cartridges; As...
By Major Howel you will receive 119000 Musket Cartridges. Part arrived today and part last Night....
Colo. Lasher burnt the Barracks yesterday morning three oClock. he left all the Cannon in the...
Inclosed is an Estimate made of the Provisions and Provinder, necessary to be laid in, at the...
An Estimate of the Magazines to be laid in at the following Posts for the Subsistance of the...
The Enemy have possession of Fort Independance on the Heights above Kings Bridge, they made their...
Col. Harrison wrote me you were in great want [of] flour —tis attended with very great difficulty...
By an Express from Major Clarke stationed at Dobbs ferry I find the Enemy are encampt right...
Letter not found: from Maj. Gen. Nathanael Greene, 8 Nov. 1776. Greene wrote in his letter to GW...
Your Excellency letters of the 8 this moment came to hand—I shall forwa⟨r⟩d the letter to General...
Your Excellencys favor by Col. Harrison of the 8th came to hand last Evening—I am takeing every...
By Justice Mercereau of Statten Island I am informed that 10,000 Troops embarked on board of a...
Inclosd you have a letter from Col. Magaw —the contents will require your Excellencys...
The much greater part of the Enimy march’t off from Fort Washington and above Kings Bridge this...
Lord Sterling will write by the same express that this comes by and inclose to your Excellency...
Your favor of the 18th came to hand last Evening—I shall pay due attention to its contents—but I...
It is a long time since I wrote to you, or you to me, who stands in debt upon the schore of...
I receivd your letter of the 21st I was with a Committee of Congress who had the business of the...
I have neither seen nor heard of any Resolution of Congress approving or disproving of the...
The Enemy made an attempt to surprise General Lincoln. This morning they advanced by three...
Your favor of April 22d. came to hand a few days since. General Lincoln is deservedly acquited...
Inclosed is the opinion of the General Officers at this Post and General Wayne who has had a very...
Your Excellencies favor of Yesterday this moment came to hand. I am perfectly satisfied with the...
I find a great want of Tents in several Brigades—General Maxwell sais he has none neither has he...
This moment the Commisary reports to me that the Provisions & supplies fall short and that its...
I receiv’d a letter from you some days since. I have it not with me, and therefore cannot be very...
In obedience To your Excellencys order we have met and Considered The Pretensions of Colo. Moylan...
Philadelphia is an object of such magnitude, the prejudices of the People in the surrounding...
Inclosd is a letter from Mr Levi Hollingsworth relative to the situation of the Stores in that...
We have just returnd from reconnoitering the grounds about Darby, the Islands below and up to the...
General Varnum this moment acquaints me that fort Mercer was evacuated last evening. Comodore...
I came to this Place yesterday morning—the Difficulty of crossing the Baggage over the River...
I have nothing new to communicate to your Excellency with Respect to the Motions of the...
I receivd your favor by Col. Mead who has communicated to me the design of an attack upo[n]...
This moment receivd intelligence the enemy are embarking from Glouster and [c]rossing over to...
I wrote your Excellency this afternoon that the enemy were crossing from the Jerseys to...
Your Excellency’s letter of the 25th reached me at this place—I halted the troops on the reciept...
Your favor of yesterday I receivd last Night about 12 OClock—The greater part of the troops...
Three Brigades are now on their march for Head Quarters my division & Glovers brigade —General...
Agreeable to your Excellency’s command I shall in a few words give my Sentiments with respect to...
The Subject under Consideration before the board is whether a plan to draw together a large Body...
Col. Gibson of the Virgina State regiment sais there are a great number of his men left behind in...
The commencement of the American war was so singular—it’s duration so uncertain—the hopes of...
It gives me the greatest pain to hear the murmurs and complaints among the officers for the want...
We are in want of some of the Deputy Q. M. Generals to conduct the business of that...
Col. Biddle is here and informs me there is but a poor prospect of geting Waggons I wish all...
I receivd your Excellencies answer by Col. Hambleton to mine of yesterday morning —I wrote you...
I sent on to Camp yesterday near fifty Head of Cattle—I wish it had been in my power to have sent...
I wrote your Excellency yesterday that I was afraid we had lost one of our small parties, but...
General Wayne wrote me last Evening that all his troops had crost over the River Delaware into...