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You are hereby authorized to impress all the Blankets, Shoes Stockings and other Articles of...
As the Season advances when falling weather and the badness of Roads will be almost...
Fredericksburg [ New York ] November 20, 1778 . Orders Biddle to impress forage for troops. LS ,...
I have received a Copy of Your Letter of the 27th Instant to Major General Greene, Quarter Master...
Whereas by the sudden Movement of the Army to winter quarters it will be difficult to procure the...
Our prospects, with regard to Grain Forage, are so very alarming, that I think it incumbent upon...
I have received your favour of this date, inclosing a Copy of Mr Blanes letter requesting you to...
I have received your favor of the 16th acquainting me with your having resigned the Office of...
General Washington’s compliments to Colo. Biddle. He would have done himself the pleasure to have...
From the opinion I entertained of your services I was sorry to hear in the first instance, when...
I have received Your Letter of the 28th. The Honourable the Committee in a Circular Letter they...
If Forage within the vicinity of the Camp cannot be obtained by any other means than impress, the...
To Clement Biddle Esquire Commissary General of Forage. From the representation that your have...
From the Representation you have made to me that the Army can not be furnishd with Forage on the...
From the Representation you have made to me that the Army can not be furnished with Forage on the...
From the representation you have made to me that the Army cannot be supplied with Forage in the...
To Clement Biddle Esqr. Commissary General of Forage. From the Representation that you have made...
From the representation you have made to me that the Horses of the Army cannot be supplied in the...
General Greene has transmitted to me a Copy of your letter to him of this date, setting forth the...
The Representation which you have made to me of the impossibility of providing for the horses of...
It is reported to us, that, Goods in Phila. are now selling below the prime cost—or below what...
Your favor of the 28th of May in answer to my Letter of the 15th of the same Month, is at hand. I...
Upon my return from a Tour to the Northern & Western parts of this State I found your Letter of...
The last Post brought me your favor of the 17th. I am sorry Mr Morris did not pay the money at...
On the 20th of last month, I wrote you a few lines, & send therewith Eight hundred Dollars in...
Gen: Washington’s Complimts to Colo. Biddle—Begs to know if the Vessel for Alexandria will Sail...
Be so good as to send me by the Post, or any other safe & expeditious conveyance, 70 Yards of...
On the 8th I wrote to you for 70 Yards of livery lace (red & white, 3/4 or Inch wide, or any...
On the 8th of last month I wrote to you for 70 yards of Livery Lace, of which I was in immediate...
Since last post I have received the Lace & two-pole chain, accompanied by your favors of the 22d...