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I have Occasion for four or five Officers, to settle with the Committee of the State, the...
I began to be anxious about the Situation and Temper of the Soldiers engaged for the War—although...
Most or all the within Commands might be releived by the Troops near the North River without any...
I transmit your Excellency an Arrangement of the 2nd Connect: Regiment, aggreable to your...
The Assembly of this State finished their Session the Day before yesterday. the Minds of the...
just recd this by one of the Persons employed to gain Intelligence ’tis the only Information I...
The Connecticut Line becomes weaker every Day by the three Years Men leaving us, besides two...
your Favour of the 8th was handed me yesterday. I hope to join the Army next Week—a Gentlemen out...
I here give your Excellency my Opinion on the Sum of the Questions proposed to your Council the...
The Court of Enquiry appointed in the General Orders of the 3d of April last, met agreeable...
I inclose a Letter from the Officer commanding at Elisabeth Town respecting Prisoners, should not...
Just now Captain Stevens of my Brigade came into Camp from Killingsworth —he says that two...
Lt Colo. Gray who commands the Guards below informs me that a Company of Militia Horse who have...
I inclose your Excellency a Letter from Lt Col. Gray. I have some Expectation of further...
The Connecticut Line have taken their huting Ground near Constitution Island. I shall by Tomorrow...
The Sergeants of the Connecticut Line cannot be content without laying their Grievances before...
Letter not found: from Jedediah Huntington, 2 Dec. 1778. On 14 Dec., GW wrote Huntington : “Your...
The Coats lately drawn by the Light Companies will generally require Alterations to fit them to...
I understand by Col. Meigs that it is expected at Head Quarters that the Connecticut Troops will...
I have just recd Your Excellencys Order of Yesterday, from the last situation of the Division it...
When I gave Colonel Sherman an Order for the french Cloathing agreeable to your Excellencys...
I wrote Your Excellency an hour & half ago since have recd Yours by Lt Keeler from Pequananck...
Recommend Stephen Keyes “A Young Gentleman from Connecticutt . . . as a person of Education,...
Letter not found : from Brig. Gen. Jedediah Huntington, 28 March 1780 . GW wrote Huntington on 29...
Agreeable to your Excellencys Desire communicated to your General Officers, I have made a few...
In making military Arrangements for a Peace, a possible War has the first Consideration. next,...
The Court of Enquiry appointed in the General Orders of the 3d of April last (after having your...
Your Excellencys Letter of the 31st ult., with the inclosed, reached me the Night before last,...
I find it impossible to form an Opinion, with Satisfaction to myself, upon the Subjects laid by...
I hear from Kings Ferry that 30 Ships were off Fort Washington Yesterday—1 Frigate & 2 tenders...