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It is of great importance at this Crisis, to have the best possible information of the state of...
The Commander in Chief who has just gone to Poughkeepsie, has left it in charge with me to...
The General desires that you will give directions not to have any of the Beef Cattle distributed...
Mr Merrit, who has permission to go into New York with a Sum of Money for the Naval Prisoners of...
His Excellency wishes for the pleasure of your Company at dinner to day, if you are not...
If the Boats which were with the Army, have not yet been brought on to Kings-Ferry, His...
I am Commanded by his Excellency the Commander in Cheif to inform you that five of the Enemys’...
His Excellency the Commander in Chief desires that such Men as are acquainted with the repairs of...
Upon mentioning the subject of your favor of the 27th to His Excellency, he was pleased to direct...
The News of Peace (tho not official) is nevertheless so positive and the certainty that...
The Commander in Cheif, directs that the three new Whale Boats built at Wappings Creek under the...
Mr Merrit who has permission to go into New York with a Massachusetts sum of Money for theNaval...
I have taken the Commander in Chief’s Orders on the subject of your Letter, & have to inform you,...
The Commander in Chief sensible of the immense importance of preserving the Horses & Teams of the...
I return you the Letters to Genl Gates—His Excellency wishes you will send by the first...
His Excellency wishes the distribution of the State Cloathing of Massachusetts may not be made,...
The Commander in Chief directs that You remain with your Troop, in the neighbourhood of your...
His Excellency the Commander in Chief, having recd intimations that the Enemy have in...
I have the honor to acquaint you, by command of His Excellency, that Captain Welles has received...
Before the departure of His Excellency the Commander in Chief for Philadelphia, he wrote a Letter...
I am commanded by His Excellency to inform you that there is a considerable quantity of Flour now...
In the absence of Colonel Hamilton, His Excellency opened your Letter of this day, and directs me...
His Excellency the Commander in Chief having recd your Letter of the 13th inclosing the...
Colonel Smith, who is to remain at Dobbs Ferry, for the sake of transacting the business of his...
The Commander in Chief desires me to inform you, that upon maturer consideration he does not...
The Commander in Chief is pleased to Order that compleat suits of Uniform Clothing, shall be...
I have to request that you will immediately and without Loss of Time, make a Report to the...
Memorandum of a Plan, for Surprizing, and bringing off Genl Knyphausen or the Commanding Officer...
The Commander in Chief desires you will have as much of the hard Bread, which was delivered by...
In the absence of Colo. Trumbull, I took the liberty of opening your Letter of the 9th & laying...
The General has no objection that Jacob Briggs should be indulged with a furlough, for such time...
It having been reported to Head Quarters that there is an error in the Arrangement of Officers in...
His Excellency the Commander in Chief requests you will be pleased to forward the Letter...
The General wishes you to make to him a return of the Riding Ho r ses of the Army, which draw...
General Paterson and the other commanding officers of Lines have His Excellency’s the Commander...
His Excellency the Commander in Chief directs me to inform you, that the Dragoon Horses will not...
It is His Excellency’s pleasure that One of the two Prisoners, belonging to the Massachusetts...
I inclose you by the Commd of his Excellency a Warrant for the Execution of George Cook, the time...
Thoughts respecting the Minuter Arrangements necessary for garresoning the Western Posts....
You will proceed immediately to Philadelphia, by the way of Elizabeth Town, where you will...
In the absence of His Excellency, who is gone to Fish Kill Landing in company with Genl...
The Commander in Chief thinks it will be well to detain Frye with your Regt until some thing...
It is his Excellencys request, that you will take Immediate, & Effectual, measures to have such a...
The Duke de Lauzun will set out for New Port, by day break to morrow Morning. His Excellency...
A Detachment of 600 Men is to march immediatly from West Point—His Excellency requests that three...
The Commander in Chief is clearly of opinion, that under the peculiar circumstances of the R....
His Excellency thinks it will not be necessary under the present state of affairs to advertize...
The Commander in Chief is pleased to direct that you send up a Cockswain & 8 of your best Oarsmen...
The Commander in Chief commands me particularly at this time to repeat to you the directions...
I have it in charge from the Commander in Chief to acknowledge the receipt of your two letters of...