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You will please to accept my Sincere Acknowledgments for your favor delivered me by General...
Yesterday I had an Account that three Men of War and Nine Transports had sailed out of Boston—and...
I was yesterday favoured with yours of the 31st July—we have yet no certain Account of the Fleet...
Your Favors of the 8. & 11th Instant are duly received the former I laid before the General Court...
Last Night I received Information that Messr Clarke & Nightingale of Providence had imported a...
Your Favours of the 30th August & 2d Instt are duly received. The Concurrence of the Committee in...
Your Favours of the 9th, 14 & 15th Instt have been duly received: The Readiness of the Committee...
By an intelligent Person &c. (as in the preceding Letter) Your several Favours of 26. & 29. Septr...
I am favour’d with yours of the 10th & am Sorry it has so happened that the proposed Scheme of...
The inclosed Information, being of the highest Importance, I thought it proper to transmit it to...
Your Favour of the 25 Inst. came safely to hand. Capt. Whipple’s Voyage has been unfortunate, but...
I have your favour of the 28th Ulto before me—immediately upon reciept of it, I communicated the...
Cambridge , 15 November 1775 . “Inclosed you have a Copy of instructions given to Genl Sullivan...
Your favor of the 13 Inst. by Mr Phillips I received; In answer thereto you will be pleased to...
Your favours of the 25 & 30 Ultimo I received, and am to inform you that from the good Character...
Your favour of the 4 Instant, I this moment Received, advising of the taking of a Captain &...
Your favour of the 11 Instant was handed me by the Two French Gentlemen, for which I am...
By sundry persons and Accounts just from Boston I am Informed, that the Ministerial Army is in...
The Letter accompanying of this was wrote before your favour of the 19th pr Express came to hand....
I received your favour of the 1 Instt and return you my thanks for the Blankets, and your promise...
It is exceedingly painfull to me, that I should have so often troubled you respecting this Army,...
this will be handed to you by the Barron of Woedtke, who was by distress of weather drove on...
Letter not found: to Nicholas Cooke, 8 Mar. 1776. On 18 Mar. Cooke wrote to GW : “I am favoured...
Letter not found: to Nicholas Cooke, 14 Mar. 1776. On 18 Mar. Cooke wrote to GW : “I am favoured...
I have the pleasure to Inform you that this morning the Ministerial Troops evacuated the Town of...
Your favours of the 18 & 19 Instant I received and am extremely sorry to hear that your Militia...
I take this earliest opportunity to acquaint you that the Men of War and Transports with the...
The Bearer Colo. Putnam, who has been employed as an Engineer in the Army under my Command, is...
I have this moment received your favour of Yesterday by Express and shall take every necessary...
General Washington’s Compliments to Governor Cooke and the Gentlemen of Providence, and acquaints...