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I send Your Excellency one of my Lancemen he is completely equiped—I find people here who are willing to serve—if you approve of it my General, I will advance them money for The Governor is here and promises to give me an answer as soon as a Council shall have been held, which will happen in a few days—Whatever is to be done for us I hope will be done without delay, our time is short, and I...
I have received your Excellys Letter inclosing a letter to governor Livingston which I have forwarded, I have received no flints. your letter was forwarded ⅌ r a second Express—The Court martial Cannot Sit as the parties are not present, if your Excelly will please to order Colo. Moylan to attend or to Send his Charge & evidence the Court Shall be immediately order’d—I wait your Excellys...
I join the letter from et prisoner, It wil determined mi answer. The Cavalry is Placed according to Instruction from Colonel Bidel. I remain hier with the detachement of Lenceurs. I mean If Your Excely approved of to March toward Borlington in this time. Our Magazin wil be form sufficient for to furnish the Whole Cavalry fifteen Days by Soch Time we shal biguin the Gnrl Exercise I Report...
I have the honer to inform your Exclly of three Troops of horse belonging to the state of New Jersy well accoutred & their horses in best order, & the Gentlm. are verry desirious to go down to the lines. I received a letter from Major Jameson that the party of men now under the Command of Capt. Craig is to be releived, as I have send of all the Arms & accoutrements of the Cavalry to be...
L’instrucçion que je recois de Colonel Biddle est souffisente pour placer commodement La Cavalerie dans les Quartiers il y a une chose à ajouter qu’il faut qu on nous forme à Trenton un Magasin souffisent pour que La Cavalerie puisse subsisster etant rassemblé pour Lé Gnrl exerçise aumoins pendent 15 Jours. Lé comendement des Lençeurs puisque Votre Excelence juge a propos je remetrais au...
I am altogether disappointed in my plans—not only the Country is laid waste, but there are people every where who have the right of first Comers. Magazines are formed to the right and left—the great quantity of Waggons belonging to the Hospital, make a great Consumption of forage—the Inhabitants of themselves are not inclined to supply us as they are not paid—I send the Letter of Major Clough...
I have received your orders dated 14th Jany respecting quarters at Fleming Town—previous to removing from hence I was desirous of informing myself whether this place might not be made suitable for us, but every one agrees that neither forage nor any other necessaries can be had in sufficient quantities for our use—on this account I am obliged to give Your Excellency notice that the Cavalry...
I arrived here yesterday with the Cavalry where I expeted to have found forage Sufficient to Subsist the Cavalry at least for a few days, my Brigade forage master had been informed by Colo. Biddle that Such provision was made & that he would have nothing more to do then Issue the same but So farr to the Contrary there was not a Load of Hay in Town, with the greatest dificulty we have been...
As I have nothing more in view, in giving the following Sistem, then the fullfilling my duty to introduce & maintain good order & render Capable of service the Corps I command, I hope my frequent representations will not frustrate those whose Zeal for the good of these States is known. My Own Knowledge dictates the following Articles, which tho’ they may not be perfect yet I am assured they...
In my preceeding representations I have been particular respecting the present State of the Cavalry, the means by which it may be augmented & compleated —but on this head I must necessarily know your Excellencys determination—The advantages that would arise from a Superiority in Cavalry are too obvious to be unnoticed—It may be further observed that during this war, the Country will daily...