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I duly received My Dear Sir Your letter of the 17th of January. Accept my thanks for the remarks...
The Secretary at War has informed you that the General Superintendence of the Recruiting service...
New York, August 13, 1799. “Your several favours of the 10th. of June 12. and 29 of July have...
I have heard of your arrival at Rhode Island. On the I wrote you a long letter transmitting all...
Major Bradley of the fourth regiment who has been a long time in the western Country and is now...
New York, October 6, 1799. “… In consequence of your voyage to New Port The Secretary of War...
I send you duplicate of my official letter of the 13 of August. If necessary for me to send...
Your letter of the 12th. inst. found me at Trenton, from which place I have recently arrived. The...
The following is an Extract of a — letter recd. from Col: Parker dated Winchester Oct. 16th....
New York, November 4, 1799. “I send you by way of information an order of the 1st. inst. issued...
Enclosed are a letter from the Secretary of the Treasury and one from the Secretary of War. It...
I expressed to you my wish in conversation that you would be so good as to fix upon and name to...
New York, November 8, 1799. “I enclose to you a letter from Col. Lear on the subject of winter...
I send you the enclosed paper and request that you will which more properly would have been...
Pursuant to a conversation which I had with you while in this city I have concluded to offer to...
New York, November 21, 1799. Encloses “regulations which it is proposed to establish relative to...
I enclose to you a letter which I have just written to Col. Parker. When I shall be informed of...
Agreeable to a conversation which we had while you were in this city I have directed Lieutenant...
The death of our beloved commander in Chief was known to you before it was to me. I can be at no...
I enclose to you some papers relative to the exchange of a soldier. As it is It not being unusual...
I have just recd. the enclosed letter to which I have returned the following answer— “ The whole...
I send you the Inclosed is the copy of a Letter from Lieutt. Gover which I send you that you may...
I send you a letter from — Mr. James Mitchell with my reply to it. As the letter appears to...
The Secy. of War has Sent to me for Distribution a number of copies of ye. Contract with James...
I have been for a considerable time unavoidably absent from this city. Recently returned, I find...
New York, March 5, 1800. States that Thomas Parker has recommended the Reverend William Hill for...
I now recur to your letters of the 12 of December 9th, 21 & 23 of January & 10 of February....
The proper measure of the pace is a matter of primary importance in the Tactics of the Infantry....
I have consulted the Secretary of War on the subject of the relative rank of the Field officers....
Inclosed is a plan of the Formation of a Regiment for Exercise or Battle, of which I request your...