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Letter not found: from Col. Thomas Proctor, Capt. Winthrop Sargent, Capt. John Doughty, and Capt. Thomas Clark, 18 Mar. 1778. On 23 Mar., GW wrote Proctor, Sargent, Doughty, and Clark , “Business has prevented my answering yours of the 18th.”
To submit to injuries wilfully commited would be implicitly giveing up the point, as well the honour we mean to support on this stage of time; Especially where characters are wounded, and secretly vilefied. The matter I wish to convey to your Excellency is the infringements of Colonel Crane, and his Colleigues, to sully the honour of my Regiment, by insinuations through different channels. I...
It is with regret and pain that I have to sollicit your attention to a Subject which is of importance to me, and which nothing but the attachment I bear to my family would induce me to mention to my General. I was early engaged in the present struggles of my Country, and I pursued your Excellency’s fortunes at periods which required fortitude and Constancy, and nothing has suported my Zeal...
Be pleased to suffer the Intrussion of this address which perhaps may interfer with business of Importance, and I shall with brevity acquaint your Excellency that th[r]ough adverse and unforseen misfortunes while I continued Sheriff of the County of Philadelphia, I have been led to bear the losses of those, for whome I had once felt the utmost tenderness—even to the nonfulfilment of my duty;...