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Being about to make a general disposition for the command of the Army during the Winter and...
I have concluded to name you on the part of the United States, as Commissioners, to meet those of...
I have been favoured with your private Letter of the 26th. In forming my arrangement of Commands...
I have to acknowlege your two favors of the 23d. Your resolutions respecting the prosecution of...
Major General Heath has made no application for leave of absence. The other parts of your Letter,...
I received yesterday your Letters of the 8th and 9th of February and have duly noticed the...
I am made extremely unhappy, by finding, that the difference between General Heath and yourself...
I have been favoured with your Letter of the 2nd Inst. and am much obliged by your...
Circumstances have rendered it necessary to change our plan of operations—and I am going myself...
I am much disappointed in not having the Boats sent from Wapping Creek to Kings Ferry, as...
I have received your favors of the 3d and 6th Instants. The bringing forward the Corps of...
I have ordered the Light Company of Cortlandts Regt to West point, as soon as it arrives you will...
I request you will regularly report to me, the number of Militia which shall arrive from time to...
I have rec’d yours of the 17th; And wish it was in my power to render your situation more...
I received your’s with the returns enclosed. I have desired General Schuyler to forward to West...
I have recd your favor of the 10th You will be pleased to let me have, as quick as possible, a...
In Consequence of my Orders, some of the Troops from the Northern Frontier will soon arrive at...
The two new whale boats at Wapping’s Creek, & the one at New-borough in the charge of Mr Brooks...
I inform you in full confidence that an attempt is to be made this night by surprise upon the...
I have just recd your favor of this date. As the Artillery Men are wanted for a particular...
The Commissary Genl of Issues is directed to take the most effectual measures to furnish the...
On your taking the Command of West Point, I wish your attention to the following perticulars....
Least from your Situation you may not have had an Opportunity to see the Good Arrangement of the...
There being but one General Officer (a Brigadier) with the line of the Army at present; I must,...
The Expedition against Arnold has failed—After the favourable moment (occasioned by the...
Preakness [ New Jersey ] October 24, 1780 . Approves of McDougall’s entering Congress as a...
I am informed that the State have recently called upon you to repair to Congress, so soon as you...
Some circumstances have taken place, by which General Greene will have a different command from...
I find upon my arrival at this place that the expected supply of Flour has not come on from the...
You will be pleased to take command of West Point and its dependencies till the arrival of Major...
Headquarters [ Preakness, New Jersey ] July 2, 1780 . “I wish to see you here the day after...
Be pleased to send immediately to Mr Hunt, who was employed last year as a Pilot for the sound,...
I wish to see you here the day after tomorrow morning at furthest to consult you on a matter of...
Springfield [ New Jersey ] June 15, 1780 . Describes British “incursion into the Jersies.” Fears...
You will have heard of the enemy’s incursion into the Jersies. They still remain at Elizabeth...
Since I wrote requesting You to join me at this Camp, some events have taken place, which will...
The general officers at this time absent from the army, and those who claim the indulgence of a...
I have just recd your favor. It is my desire for various reasons, that you should continue in...
I have been favored with your letter of the 16th. It was not intended when I mentioned the...
Being absent on a tour to the several detachments of the Army when your letter of the 6th was...
[ West Point ] August 14, 1779 . Asks McDougall to accompany Brigadier Generals Henry Knox and...
I am to request that you will in company with Generals Knox and Du Portail make a visit to all...
Our advices agree that the enemy have their whole force up the river, & by a letter dated last...
Letter not found : to Maj. Gen. Alexander McDougall, 17 July 1779. McDougall wrote GW on this...
I have the pleasure to inform you that Major Fishbourn has just arrived from Genl Wayne with the...
New Windsor [ New York ] July 14, 1779 . Approves of arrangements for Brigadier General John...
The arrangement you have made with respect to the detachment from Nixon’s brigade is agreeable to...
New Windsor [ New York ] July 4, 1779 . Instructs McDougall to fire thirteen cannon to celebrate...
To day being the anniversary of independence you will be pleased to have it taken notice of by...
New Windsor [ New York ] July 3, 1779 . Proposes a general pardon for all prisoners under...