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I inclose you a letter to the Commissioners appointed to inquire into and redress the grievances...
Soon after I reached my present quarters at New Windsor I desired Majr Gibbs to send for my...
I have just received your letter of the 21st—The affair of your line has been singularly...
Accept my congratulation on yr safe arrival at New Port in good health, after traversing so much...
If the Posts at Smiths Clove & Dobbs ferry have been deranged by the late disorders in the Jersey...
Your having notice of the intended movement agt the Jersey Troops (under your Command) yesterday,...
New Windsor [ New York ] January 29, 1781 . Sends instructions to have loyal troops remain near...
New Windsor [ New York ] January 29, 1781 . Reports that the mutiny has been suppressed. Commends...
New Windsor [ New York ] January 29, 1781 . Reports that mutiny has been suppressed. Describes...
Representations having been made to me, by the Commissy of the Staff, that there is no provision...
In the Letter which I did myself the honor of writing to your Excellency the 23rd Instant; I...
I could have wished as General Howe is about to make his journey (in consequence of leave...
I have just been favored with yours of yesterday together with the Enclosures, for which I am...
From the excessive hurry of business, I have not had it in my power to notice particularly the...
I have received your letter of this day with the papers accompanying it. For fear of a revival of...
I have the pleasure to inform your Excellency that the detachment sent against the Mutineers as...
667General Orders, 30 January 1781 (Washington Papers)
The General returns his thanks to Major General Howe for the judicious measures he pursued and to...
Your favor of this day has just come to hand. I cannot consent that any of the drafts from the...
With respect to your Letter of the 20th Inst. I can only observe that it appears to me, the...
Before this letter reaches Boston, you will, no doubt have heard of the revolt of part of the...
I have received your Letter of the 24th Inst.—and shall write to the Board of War on the Subject...
New Windsor [ New York ] January 31, 1781 . Encloses reports of the New Jersey mutiny and the...
New Windsor [ New York ] January 31, 1781 . Sends instructions for sending Convention troop...
Not having been as yet made acquainted with the mode proposed for remounting the Regiments of...
I have the honor to inclose Your Excellency the report of Major General Howe of his proceedings...
The disagreeable events which have taken place in the Pensyla and Jersey lines—the general...
You will permit the Gentlemen named in the within list to proceed to Elizabeth Town, by a route,...
678General Orders, 1 February 1781 (Washington Papers)
Light Infantry companies are to be immediately formed one from each regiment—and to consist of...
I have received your favor of the 16th of January, announcing your promotion, and soliciting my...
Capt. Lincoln & Lieut. Eldred, Prisoners lately exchanged, having applied for an extinsion of...
New Windsor [ New York ] February 2, 1781 . Commends Wayne for conduct during mutiny. Excuses...
From the general idea I have been able to acquire of the Country by Maps, as well as from the...
I have been favored with your Letters of the 30th of January and 1st Instant. You will be pleased...
In mine of the 29th of January I partly answered yours of the 21st—Yours of the 17th had been...
New Windsor [ New York ] February 3, 1781 . Commends and recommends Colonel Charles Armand to...
New Windsor [ New York ] February 3, 1781 . Proposes changes in system of punishment in the Army....
New Windsor [ New York ] February 3, 1781 . Asks Irvine to aid Major General Arthur St. Clair in...
New Windsor [ New York ] February 3, 1781 . Sends instructions for recruiting the Pennsylvania...
689General Orders, 3 February 1781 (Washington Papers)
Returns of all the men who have not had the small pox to be given in to the Orderly Office by...
The Marquis De la Rouerie, who is on the point of returning to France for a few Months, having...
I had nearly anticipated the subject of your Letter of the 2nd in mine of the 1st to Major Genl...
I have on different occasions done myself the honor to represent to Congress the inconveniences...
I have received your letter of the 17th—The affair of your line has had a train of disagreeable...
The unexpected reduction of the Pensylvania line from the late unfortunate affair adds to the...
Colo. Armand deliver’d me your favor of the 29th Ulto last Evening & I thank you for the sevl...
I was yesterday honored with your Excellencys Letter of the 31 of Janry by Genl Knox. The...
New Windsor [ New York ] February 5, 1781 . Discusses dispute between Heath and Colonel Moses...
698General Orders, 5 February 1781 (Washington Papers)
The commanding officers of corps will furnish the recruiting officers of their respective...
You are to join the 4th Regt of Dragoons vice Majr Fantleroy, who is directed to join the 1st...
Major Thomas Cartwright, Aid De Camp to Major General Heath, having sollocited permission, to...