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This morning two Negros were brought to me, who made their Escape last night from Staten...
After making such preparations as our Circumstances would admit off—I marched about eight o Clock...
At the same time that I ordered a Reinforcement to Powlis Hook I wrote to Col. Derkee to know the...
General Heard, Genl Roberdeau have considered with me the Plan proposed for Attacking the Posts...
In consequence of Col. Reeds Letter and the Plan shewn me by Major Knowlton I have reconoitred...
I beg the privilege of introducing to you, Dr John Cullen, who will have the pleasure of handing...
My very high respect & esteem & personal attachment for you, make it my Duty to say, that a Day...
I receivd your favour this morning and am very glad to find Mr Madison & Johnston here, who are...
Letter not found: from Brig. Gen. Hugh Mercer, 3 Sept. 1776. On 5 Sept. GW wrote to Mercer : “I...
Inclosd is a Return of the Troops In this Colony —two Battalions joind yesterday—We are told of...
I am favoured with Yours and have sent to collect all our Packhorses (for the Waggons are gone...
Inclosd is a Return of the Troops in New Jersey—There was a very capital Error in the Return of...
I have the Pleasure to inform you that General Forbes arrived Yesterday at Juniata Crossing, and...
If nothing unlooked for interveens I intend to prosecute the Plan mentioned in my Letter by Major...
I receved just now the favour of Col. Graysons Letter of Yesterday and in consequence shall send...
When I mentioned this Morning the unusual appearance of a flag being hoisted on the Light house—I...
In consequence of your Excellencys Letter—Col. Miles will march with all his Riflemen —The two...
General Green has informed your Excelleny that a party pass’d over last night to Staten Island...
I am this moment favoured with yours of yesterday—and shall sett about preparing boats with all...
Letter not found: from Brigadier General Hugh Mercer, 4 July 1776. On this date GW wrote to...
Inclosd is some Intelligence from a Deserter who swam over to us —his account that the heavy...
Nothing extraordinary has happened here; The Frigate that appeard yesterday under Sail standing...
I received the favour of two Letters from your Excellency this forenoon —In consequence of them...
I have just now receivd a Letter from the Honble Mr Hancock containing the Orders of Congress...
Altho’ you have heard from mr allen on the Subject, yet I cannot forego the Pleasure I feel in...
I have been confined two days by a fever which has not left me—it is a great mortification that I...
In consequence of your Letter of the 1st Inst. which I did not receive till the Evening of the 3d...
About Twelve hundred Spears are sent off agreable to your orders by Mr Tilghman—I shall push on...
I have sent thirty Pack horses and one Waggen loaded with Flour, amounting to about Seven...
This Morning Lord Howe sent Lt Reeve of the Eagle Man of War, with a flag of Truce to this...
I beg you to indulge me in sending you this letter, & to express the regret I felt at being...
I was att Eliza. Town when your Letters of the 13 & 14 reached me —The Men who had been prepared...
Ever since I understood that the Land whereon Mrs Washington lived joining Mr Hunters was for...
A very great dissatisfaction prevails among the Troops here, and all the Several Posts from hence...
This will be delivered at Head Quarters by Mr Ludwick; whom I sent for to Amboy in consequence of...
Give me leave to Introduce to your Excellencys notice—Colo. Attlee of the Pennsylva. Troops—His...
Letter not found: from Brigadier General Hugh Mercer, 3 July 1776. On 4 July GW wrote to Mercer :...
I find by intelligence from our Guards at So. Amboy that some Shallops five in number that passed...
On examining Bergen Neck I found some stock of black Cattle & Horses still remaind there—and that...
Your favour of 28th March relating to the Land adjoining Mr Hunters I should have acknowledg’d...
Mr Jos. W. Farnum the junior professor in the academy of this place, intending to pass the...