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Par Les letres que je joins Vous connoitrais Mon General combieins je desire meriter l’honeur d’Etre util à L’Etats de L’Amerique. Ma Patrie me conoit pour un libr et jalou des ses droits Citoiein, Je spere que par tout alieur ou il s agira de remplir mon devoire je ne me serais point ignorer. Je m adresse a Votre Excellence avec toute la Confience que Vos merits m inspirent Vous est le...
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 leave the choice of Ground to those who are well acquainted with the Country—& confine myself to considering the advantages which will attend a continuance of the Campaign, and the Inconveniences which will flow from retiring to Winter Quarters—Our continuing in a state of activity will give courage to our Friends, be an antidote to the Effeminacy of young Soldiers, and enure them to the...
agreeable to your orders to me While at Sussex Court house, I marched the Legion to this Place; & find the Indian Enemy have Retierd Near one hundred miles from this—from which it appears, that there will Be Nothing for us to Do—on Examining the Country I find it will Be impossible to Support the Cavalry with Forage many Days; the Persons appointed for that Purpose having Deliverd me the...
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...
Nous avons Livré Le Combat aux Anglais mais L’infenterie a arrivé un peu tard et en petit Nombre, de La façon que Les anglais on Hardis ont marché sur avec 3 Pieces des Canons et 600 Infenterie que jais vu moi meme notre infanterie et La Cavalerie du comencement attaquent apré se defendoit de pie ferme ⟨mait?⟩ cedant toujours Le terrain revenoit a la charge on ma blaisse de Dragons 4 Chevaux...
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...
Letter not found : from Brig. Gen. Casimir Pulaski, 5 Feb. 1779. GW wrote Pulaski on 8 Feb. : “I recd your favor of the 5th Inst.”
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...
He [Pulaski] informs that he will march towards Colefort—but will halt at Rosecrantz till further orders, as his horses are in want of refreshment—suffered much while employed at Egg Harbour—did not fare well at Sussex —and as there is good forage at Rosecrantz and none at Coles fort on the other side the Delaware that place having been burnt by the indians—He observes if he is to make an...