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General Schuyler having wrote in a pressing and urgent manner for a General Officer to be sent to...
Letter not found: to Brig. Gen. Alexander McDougall, 18 Feb. 1777. McDougall writes GW on 7 Mar ....
I am glad to find by yours of the 16th that your Health is sufficiently re-established to enable...
I have to desire, that you will immediately procure and send me exact returns of all the troops...
I this evening received the favour of your letter of the 12th instant. The order you gave for...
When speaking of your Son, I was just now informed, that he had not been provided for in the late...
The late collection of Waggons, by the Enemy, upon Long and Staten Islands, some of which are...
I am much surprised at never having received any regular account from you, of the late Affair at...
Yours of the 29th Ulto was delivered to me Yesterday by Mr Laurence. The loss we have sustained...
Inclosed you have an Information which was given in Yesterday, by a Man who was in Newyork on...
Your favor of the 12th Instt was delivered me last night by Mr Trumbull. I am much surprized to...
Just after I had wrote very fully to you this Morning I recd yours of the 17th. By the inclosed...
The following are Extracts of Letters which I have just received from Genl Stephen, and are taken...
Yours of yesterday came to hand late last Night. As I have heard nothing further of the Troops...
I received your favour of yesterday this Moment. In my Opinion it is by no means improbable that...
At three OClock this morning, I received your favor of the 27th. The intelligence it contains, is...
I last night received your Letter of the 29th Ulto, with its several inclosures. I regret much,...
The necessity of having regular Magazines of Provision for subsisting the Army, wheresoever It...
Your detention of apart of Capt. Sewards Company of Artillery, for the reasons you assign, is...
I must beg the favour of you to look out for a sensible, honest, active, young fellow, well...
I am favd with yours of the 5th: You make mention of a letter of Colo. Huntingdons of the 1st...
So little room is left for doubting the Enemy’s designs are up the North River, that...
This will be delivered you by Major General Green. He and General Knox are sent by me to review...
I was a few days ago favd with yours of the 6th: I cannot account for the Massachusets Troops...
I this day received your favor of the 19th. General putnam being thus far in his way to peeks...
I, yesterday, had the pleasure of your’s of the 21st instant. I wish every Gentleman in the army...
I last night received your favor of the 29th. Your Conjectures, respecting the Troops arrived,...
The Enemy decamped, the night before last, & have returned to their former position from Amboy to...
General Putnam’s orders to you to return to Peeks Kill was founded upon a misapprehension of my...
By an Express this moment arrived from Cape May, The Enemy’s Fleet left Yesterday Morning at...
Your favour of the 20th Instt came to my hands last Night by Mr P. —I thank you for sending him...
I have just reciev’d the inclosed information from General Dickinson through Congress, and in...
The exigency of our affairs makes it necessary, you should use all the diligence and dispatch in...
I wrote you on Friday last requesting your earliest arrival with the Troops under your command to...
I am pleased to find by yours from Coryells Ferry that you are so near me. The Army will fall...
Since writing to you this morning, it has been determined in consequence of farther intelligence...
Since I have seen Captn Faulkner, and learnt your Situation from him, & compar’d it with that of...
I was favoured with Yours by the Bearer of this. I wish you to proceed with your Detachment to...
Letter not found: to Brig. Gen. Alexander McDougall, c.23 Oct. 1777. Joseph Reed refers in his...
The Congress, so long ago as the 30th November last, directed me to have an enquiry into the...
I was favd with yours of the 17th ulto in due time, and should have proceeded immediately upon...
This will be delivered to you by Colonel de la Radiere of the Corps of Engineers, who was...
I hope this will find you arrived at your quarters upon the North River. By advices recd two days...
I opened the inclosed to take out the letter for the commanding Officer at Albany, having an...
That part of the Troops of New York have left that place, admits of no doubt—the accounts of...
The presence of Colonel de la Radiere, rendering the Services of Mr Kosciousko, as Engineer at...
I have been favd with yours of the 29th March and 3d instant. The Fleet which arrived in...
I am favd with yours of the 13th instant. I am perfectly satisfied with your delay of the...
I return you my thanks for your favor of the 27th Ulto and heartily congratulate you on the...
I have wrote pressingly to General Heath and General Putnam to forward the Recruits of...