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I have the honour to send you my Passports by Mr Gerard. I did wish to do it my self; but the Indisposition in wich I am since several Days hinders me. I am here without forrage, if that is to last long, the horses will suffre great deal. I shoul’d wish before my departure for Europe to be to some Service; If it will please you my General you may furnish me with the Occasion. I expect here...
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...
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...
Letter not found: from Brig. Gen. Casimir Pulaski, 15 Sept. 1778. GW wrote Pulaski on 19 Sept. : “I have been favoured with your Letter of the 15 Inst. by Monsr Segond.” Only the addressed cover, which was docketed by Robert Hanson Harrison, has been found ( MH : Jared Sparks Collection).