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1 Smith, Samuel Washington, George To George Washington from Lieutenant Colonel Samuel … 1777-09-26 I have the pleasure to inform your Excellency that I have just arrived here, with my party, &...
2 Smith, Samuel Washington, George To George Washington from Lieutenant Colonel Samuel … 1777-09-27 I last night threw myself into this Garrison, where I am sorry to inform your Excellency that I...
3 Smith, Samuel Washington, George To George Washington from Lieutenant Colonel Samuel … 1777-10-02 Colo. Nichola with the advice of the Officers in Garrison withdrew his Invalids before the...
4 Smith, Samuel Washington, George To George Washington from Lieutenant Colonel Samuel … 1777-10-03 I sent yesterday an express to your Excellency with an account of the enemies having landed near...
5 Smith, Samuel Washington, George To George Washington from Lieutenant Colonel Samuel … 1777-10-03 This will be delivered you by Majr Boyce who has reconnoitered the enemy now in Billingsport and...
6 Smith, Samuel Washington, George To George Washington from Lieutenant Colonel Samuel … 1777-10-06 From the best Intelligence the Enemy have withdrawn all their men from Billingsport (the night of...
7 Smith, Samuel Washington, George To George Washington from Lieutenant Colonel Samuel … 1777-10-07 Yesterday Evening the Enemy entirely evacuated Billingsport after having destroy’d our works,...
8 Smith, Samuel Washington, George To George Washington from Lieutenant Colonel Samuel … 1777-10-09 I Receiv’d your Excellencys Letter of the 7th and have read it to the Officers of the Navy which...
9 Smith, Samuel Washington, George To George Washington from Lieutenant Colonel Samuel … 1777-10-10 The Enemy have just crossed & are crossing in very considerable numbers to Province Island...
10 Smith, Samuel Washington, George To George Washington from Lieutenant Colonel Samuel … 1777-10-11 Last Night the Enemy threw up a Battery in the rear of the Fort close to the Banks of the Meadow...
11 Smith, Samuel Washington, George To George Washington from Lieutenant Colonel Samuel … 1777-10-12 I wrote you this day giving an Accot of the Enemies having erected a Battery in the Rear of our...
12 Smith, Samuel Washington, George To George Washington from Lieutenant Colonel Samuel … 1777-10-14 I wrote your Excellency the 12th Instant on which night the enemy threw up a long Breast Work on...
13 Smith, Samuel Washington, George To George Washington from Lieutenant Colonel Samuel … 1777-10-16 The Enemy have open’d three Batteries on us. one in front of the pest Houses which with Recache...
14 Smith, Samuel Washington, George To George Washington from Lieutenant Colonel Samuel … 1777-10-18 I wrote your Excellency the Second day the enemy open’d their batteries; they have since...
15 Smith, Samuel Washington, George To George Washington from Lieutenant Colonel Samuel … 1777-10-20 I received your Excellencys favor of the 19th in which I observe you have thought proper to send...
16 Smith, Samuel Washington, George To George Washington from Lieutenant Colonel Samuel … 1777-10-26 I recd your Excellys Order to remain in the Garrison & Shall obey it, when I wrote I expected...
17 Smith, Samuel Washington, George To George Washington from Lieutenant Colonel Samuel … 1777-10-30 I received your Excellency’s favor of the 28th. I am happy to hear of a sufficient reinforcement....
18 Smith, Samuel Washington, George To George Washington from Lt. Col. Samuel Smith, 31 … 1777-10-31 Letter not found: from Lt. Col. Samuel Smith, 31 Oct. 1777. GW wrote Smith on 1 Nov. that “I have...
19 Smith, Samuel Washington, George To George Washington from Lieutenant Colonel Samuel … 1777-11-03 I have this Inst. the honor to receve your Excellency’s Letter of the 1st. Genl Vernum has...
20 Smith, Samuel Washington, George To George Washington from Lieutenant Colonel Samuel … 1777-11-04 I wrote your Excellency yesterday am happy to find I was mistaken, The enemy have not constructed...
21 Smith, Samuel Washington, George To George Washington from Lieutenant Colonel Samuel … 1777-11-09 I receiv’d your Excellency’s favour of the 4th I presume you must have mistook Major Fleury’s...
22 Smith, Samuel Washington, George To George Washington from Lieutenant Colonel Samuel … 1777-11-09 About the 20th Instant if we are not attacked sooner I am of Opinion we shall have put this Fort...
23 Smith, Samuel Washington, George To George Washington from Lieutenant Colonel Samuel … 1777-11-10 This morning the enemy open’d their Battery in the Rear of our Nort. West Block House, about 500...
24 Smith, Samuel Washington, George To George Washington from Lieutenant Colonel Samuel … 1777-11-12 I yesterday unfortunately recd a Contusion on my Hip & left Arm both which give me much pain. I...
25 Smith, Samuel Washington, George To George Washington from Lieutenant Colonel Samuel … 1777-11-15 My Arm will this Night or tomorrow Night permit me to take the Command at fort Mifflin. I was...
26 Smith, Samuel Washington, George To George Washington from Lieutenant Colonel Samuel … 1777-11-16 Gen. Varnum will have inform’d your Excelly of the Evacuation of fort Mifflin. I am extremely...
27 Smith, Samuel Washington, George To George Washington from Samuel Smith, 2 July 1779 1779-07-02 I Had the Honor to recieve your Excelly permission to resign, the obliging Expressions & Honor...
28 Smith, Samuel Franklin, Benjamin To Benjamin Franklin from Samuel Smith, 2 September … 1779-09-02 ALS : American Philosophical Society I take the Liberty to trouble you with a few Lines, which...