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The General has desired me to inform You, that he intends to examine the Grounds on our right...
I inclose You a memorial by Mr Hunter, late pay master of the 4 Pennsylva & a Letter from Colo....
I have the honor to transmit you the inclosed Certificates at the desire of the Officers...
His Excellency the Commander i C n Chief having received a letter from the Honble the Board of...
The Commissioners, appointed by His Excellency General Washington, “to confer, determine and...
We have the honor of your favor per flag; Having inform’d General Washington of the message...
The Commissioners appointed by His Excellency General Washington to confer, determine and agree...
My Dear Hamilton we are only leaving Philadelphia. The most flattering attentions have been paid...
I came here, My Dear Hamilton, on Friday night to bid adieu to the General, to you and to My...
I this minute returned from our Lines on Long Island where I left his Excellency the General....
His Excellency being called from Head Quarters to day on business of Importance which prevents...
His Excellency being out a reconnoitring and busily engaged in the Affairs of the Army, I have...
Since I had the Honor of addressing you on the 29th Instant, no event of importance has occured....
His Excellency having gone this Morning to visit our posts beyond Kings bridge and the Several...
By command of his Excellency, I have the honor to inform you, that our situation is nearly the...
The whole of our Army is now here and on the Neighbouring Heights, except the Troops left at...
The situation of our Affairs not permitting his Excellency to write himself, I have it in charge...
I have it in command from his Excellency, to transmit you the inclosed Copies of dispatches which...
I am directed by his Excellency to acknowledge his receipt of your favor of the 28th Ulto which...
Yesterday Evening, I received the honor of your Letter of the 9th with its several Inclosures. I...
The Enemy are now advancing. Their present appearance indicates a disposition to pursue this...
When I had the Honor of addressing you this morning, I mentioned, that the Enemy were advancing...
We have read the Letter, with which you were pleased to favor us, this Afternoon. We join with...
It is His Excellency, the Commander in Chief’s wish that the packet the Express brings, may reach...
The General wishes You to dine with him to day. He wants, besides having your company, to speak...
Mr Hogland, Brother to the Young fellow who inlisted into your Corps within a few days past, has...
His Excellency received Yesterday your Letter of the 15th from Brunsswic, and I am to inform You,...
The State of Maryland having given Mr Robert Mundell—Doctor Gustavus Brown—Mr Archibald Hado w...
I have received your Favor of today & presented it to His Excellency, the Commander in Chief. The...
On the 26th of last month, I had the Honor to receive Your Excellency’s Obliging Favor of the...
I am of Opinion that by the Common Law, you cannot divert the natural course of the Run by...
After returning home last week, the difficulties of your situation presenting themselves very...
I hope that my indisposition will be received as a sufficient excuse for my not having done your...
I must premise to you, That I profess an Intire ignorance of the Laws and proceedings of the...
The Lease which you have & which I immagine you Intended to have sent, instead of an Inventory of...
Letter not found: from Lt. Col. Robert Hanson Harrison, 18 Jan. 1777. On 20 Jan. GW wrote...
To His Excellency George Washington Esquire General and Commander in chief of the Forces of the...
I am extremely sorry to inform You, that it will not be in my power to return to Head Quarters by...
Be pleased to accept my sincere congratulations My Dear Sir, upon the surrender of Lord...
On looking over the papers transmitted by Mr L. Washington in his letter of the 15th of March —he...
Your favor of the 24 I received, and having Examined the Record furnished by Mr Wagener, I find...
Colo. Davies and myself beg leave to inform Your Excellency, that with respect to the business of...
To His Excellency George Washington Esquire, General and Commander in Chief of the Forces of the...
I do not think you would be safe in purchasing the Land in dispute between Messrs West and Posey....
Report of Lieutenant Colonels, Robert Hanson Harrison & Alexander Hamilton Commissioners &ca. To...
As soon as I came to the City, I applied to Doctr Baker for such pinchers as Your Excellency...
Expences paid for his Excellency General Washing⟨ton’s⟩ Journey to, at & from Philadelphia by...