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I am grieved to find, that instead of six or eight thousand weight of Powder which I fondly...
I am informed by Lt Colo. Stevens, at present the commanding Officer of Colonel Lambs Regiment of...
Yesterday I received Advice from Boston that a Number of Transports, have sailed on a second...
The important Post at Dorchester Hill which has long been the object of our particular attention,...
I have been honored with your Excellency’s Letter of the 24th of febry. Circumstanced as our...
I beg leave to suggest to Your Exellency that it is a matter of great importance for me to be...
I am honored with Your Excellency’s favour of the 12th instant; inclosing the copies of two...
I was this morning honored with yours of the 25th. I think you need be under no apprehensions for...
I did my self the pleasure to write you yesterday, and informed you that I had sent you Sixty...
As Mr Fornandez an Officer just released from Captivity by an exchange, informs me, that large...
Having received authentic advice from Long Island, that the Enemy are recruiting a great number...
Letter not found : to Jonathan Trumbull, Sr., 13 May 1779. Robert Hanson Harrison docketed...
The Congress have been pleased to appoint Elisha Sheldon Esqr. of your State to be Lieut. Colonel...
I was yesterday honored with your Excellencys letter of the 8th, inclosing a Copy of one to...
Immediately upon the Rect of your Excellency’s favor of the 22d ulto, I desired Brigadier General...
I yesterday received the inclosed information from several persons, who lately came out of...
The enclosed extracts from the proceedings of Congress which I have the honor to transmit you...
I must take the liberty of addressing you on a subject, which, though out of your sphere, I am...
Your favor of the 18th inst. I received this day, for which I return you my thanks. Upon...
I was just now honored with your Letter of the 25th inst. The evacuation of Ticonderoga and Mount...
I flattered myself that I should never again be under the necessity of trespassing upon the...
I have been honored with your Excellency’s favor of the 5th. The operations to the Southward have...
I have to acknowlege two favors from your Excellency, both of the 10th of this month. I flatter...
It is with no small Concern that I find the Arrangement of General Officers made by the...
I have yet recd no official Accounts from the southward—The inclosed was brought the day before...
I have the honor to forward you by Express, Two packets which have just been transmitted to my...
I have thought proper to send Brigr Genl Parsons to your State to receive arrange and forward to...
I did myself the Honor to transmit you, a few days ago, the accounts which I had then received of...
The alarming and almost defenceless state of our Lines, occasioned by the slow progress in...
I received your favor of the 6th inst. in which you give a detail of Dr Chiney’s case as it...