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[ Totowa, New Jersey ] October 30, 1780 . Does not think that a campaign at this time is...
It is impossible, my Dear Marquis to desire more ardently than I do to terminate the Campaign by...
As you are in a fixed Camp, you can make your trial & punishment as summary as need be— and where...
Be pleased to order Capt. Von Hee r to parade tomorrow Morning at nine oClock with his Corps at...
Since mine of yesterday by the Count de Castine another oppertunity has offered of writing to you...
Soon after dispatching my last letter to you, your favor dated at Paramus was put into my hand by...
Since my letter of the 14th Instt by Majr Franks (—for the post once a Week, & travellers...
New Windsor [ New York ] February 20, 1781 . Places Lafayette in command of detachment that is to...
The inclosed are your Instructions, in the prosecution of wch if you should receive authentic...
I have ordered a detachment to be made at this post to rendezvous at Peeks Kill the 19th instant,...
Inclosed you have a letter under a flying seal to Genl St Clair. Upon your arrival at Philada you...
I have recd your favors of the 23d from Pompton by Capt. Castaign—You may make yourself perfectly...
I have received yours of the 25th from Morris Town. I do not think it very probable that three...
I have this moment recd a letter from the Count de Rochambeau, with intelligence of which the...
[ New Windsor, New York ] March 1, 1781 . Describes French plans to return to Chesapeake Bay. Is...
I have just received letters from the Count De Rochambeau and The Chevalier Des-touches,...
I have the pleasure to inform you that the whole Fleet went out with a fair Wind this Evening...
I informed you on the 8th in the Eveng that the French Fleet had put to sea. By advices from New...
I have successively received your favors of the 3d 7th 8th 9th 15th 23d 25th and 26th of last...
Should the Marquis de la Fayette not be with the detachment, you will halt wherever this may meet...
Since my letter to you of yesterday, I have attentively considered of what vast importance it...
It is General duPortails desire that Colo. Gouvion may return to him. Independant of the occasion...
Your favor dated at Elk the 8th instant reached me at ten OClock the last Evening. While I give...
Your two letters of the 10th came to hand last Night—In mine of the 11th I informed you as fully...
[ New Windsor, New York ] April 21, 1781 . Wishes Lafayette to return to the main Army. Df , in...
Though the situation of Southern affairs would not permit me to recall your corps to this army,...
New Windsor [ New York ] April 22, 1781 . Is disturbed by the “temper of” Lafayette’s “detachment...
I have received your several letters of the 11th 12th two of the 13th and two of the fifteenth. I...
Since writing the inclosed your several letters (acknowledged in my public one of this date) are...
The freedom of your communications is an evidence to me of the sincerety of your attachment—and...
I have received, with exceeding great satisfaction & pleasure your favor of the 18th of April,...
I have received your favors of the 4th, 8th, 17th, and 18th instants, your conduct upon every...
I have just returned from Weathersfield at which I expected to have met with the Count de...
I have this moment received information that the letters, of which the inclosed are copies, with...
The last letter I have had the pleasure of receiving from you is dated the 3d instant—I have...
Since my last I have received your letters of the 10th 18th and 28th of June. I sincerely...
I have had the pleasure of receiving your favors of the 8th and 20th instants. The first releived...
I take your private letter of the 20th of this month in the light which you wish it—that of an...
I have recd your letters of the 26th and 30th ulto and 1st Inst. I cannot learn that any troops...
I have been favour’d with yours of the 31st ulto and 6th inst. and as General du Portail will...
Agreable to my Intentions communicated to you the 15th Instant—The Troops destined for the...
I have sent Major Gibbs to join your Corps in the room of Major Galvan, as you are so well...
Your favr of the 11th did not reach me till yesterday morning—I so soon expect to see you that I...
I have this Moment received the inclosed Information of the Movement of the British Fleet—And as...
Nothing, My Dear Marquis, could have afforded me greater satisfaction than the information...
I have received with infinite satisfaction, My Dear Marquis, the information of the Arrival of...
We are thus far, My Dear Marquis, on our way to you—The Count de Rochambeau has just arrived,...
Not till the 5th My dear Marqs was I able to leave York—providing for the detachment that was to...
I cannot suffer Colo. Gemat to leave this City—for France—without a remembrancer from me, to you....
Je ne puis laisser partir le Colonel G rince Sans qu’il vous porte un Souven ir de moi Je Suis...