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1 Washington, George Hancock, John From George Washington to John Hancock, 25 June 1775 1775-06-25 Upon my Arrival here this Afternoon I was informd that an Express was in Town from the provincial...
2 Washington, George Hancock, John II. Letter Sent, 10–11 July 1775 1775-07-10 I arrived safe at this Place on the 3d Instt, after a Journey attended with a good deal of...
3 Washington, George Hancock, John I. Notes for Letter, 10 July 1775 1775-07-10 The time of my arrival. The Situation of the Troops—Works—& things in genl—Enemy on Bunkers Hill....
4 Washington, George Hancock, John From George Washington to John Hancock, 14 July 1775 1775-07-14 Since I did myself the Honour of addressing you the 10th Instt nothing material has happened in...
5 Washington, George Hancock, John From George Washington to John Hancock, 21 July 1775 1775-07-21 Since I did myself the Honour of addressing you the 14th Instt, I have received Advice from Govr...
6 Washington, George Hancock, John From George Washington to John Hancock, 21 July 1775 1775-07-21 I am particularly to acknowledge that Part of your Favour of the 10th Instt wherein you do me the...
7 Washington, George Hancock, John From George Washington to John Hancock, 21 July 1775 1775-07-21 Since closing the Letters which accompany this I have received an Account of the Destruction of...
8 Washington, George Hancock, John From George Washington to John Hancock, 27 July 1775 1775-07-27 Nothing material has occurr’d in either Camp since I had the Honour of addressing you on the 21st...
9 Washington, George Hancock, John From George Washington to John Hancock, 4–5 August 1775 1775-08-04 I am to acknowledge the Receipt of your Favour of the 24th July accompanied by 284 Commissions,...
10 Washington, George Hancock, John From George Washington to John Hancock, 31 August 1775 1775-08-31 The inclosed Letter came under s⟨uch⟩ a Direction, & Circumstances as led me to supp⟨ose⟩ it...
11 Washington, George Hancock, John From George Washington to John Hancock, September 1775 1775-09-01 A Gentleman this Instant ⟨put the⟩ Inclosed Gazette (containing ⟨the Addre⟩ss & Petition of the...
12 Washington, George Hancock, John From George Washington to John Hancock, 7 September … 1775-09-07 I do myself the Honour of addressing you in Consequence of an Application from the Commissary...
13 Washington, George Hancock, John From George Washington to John Hancock, 21 September … 1775-09-21 I have been in daily Expectation of being favoured with the Commands of the Honbl. Congress, on...
14 Washington, George Hancock, John From George Washington to John Hancock, 30 September … 1775-09-30 The Revd Mr Kirtland the Bearer of this having been introduced to the Honle Congress can need no...
15 Washington, George Hancock, John From George Washington to John Hancock, 5 October 1775 1775-10-05 I was honoured with your Favour of the 26th ult: late the Night before last, and a Meeting of the...
16 Washington, George Hancock, John From George Washington to John Hancock, 12 October 1775 1775-10-12 I am honoured with your several Favours of the 26th, & 30th September, & 5th October. The...
17 Washington, George Hancock, John From George Washington to John Hancock, 24 October 1775 1775-10-24 My Conjecture of the Destination of the late Squadron from Boston in my last has been unhappily...
18 Washington, George Hancock, John From George Washington to John Hancock, 30 October 1775 1775-10-30 The Information which the Gentlemen who have lately gone from hence can give the Congress of the...
19 Washington, George Hancock, John From George Washington to John Hancock, 2 November 1775 1775-11-02 I could not suffer Mr Randolph to quit this Camp with out bearing some testimony of my duty to...
20 Washington, George Hancock, John From George Washington to John Hancock, 8 November 1775 1775-11-08 The immediate occasion of my giving the Congress the trouble of a Letter at this time, is to...
21 Washington, George Hancock, John From George Washington to John Hancock, 11 November … 1775-11-11 I had the honour to address myself to you the 8th Inst. by Captain Macpherson, Since which, I...
22 Washington, George Hancock, John From George Washington to John Hancock, 19 November … 1775-11-19 I received your favors of the 7th & 10th instant with the Resolves of the Honble Congress, to...
23 Washington, George Hancock, John From George Washington to John Hancock, 28 November … 1775-11-28 I had the honour of writeing to you the 19th Instant. I have now to inform you that Henery Knox...
24 Washington, George Hancock, John From George Washington to John Hancock, 30 November … 1775-11-30 I had the honour to write you the 28th Instant by Captain Joseph Blewer—Last evening I received...
25 Washington, George Hancock, John From George Washington to John Hancock, 4 December 1775 1775-12-04 I had the honor of writeing to you the 30th Ulto incloseing Inventory of the Military Stores,...
26 Washington, George Hancock, John From George Washington to John Hancock, 7 December 1775 1775-12-07 I wrote you the 4th instant by express to which I beg you will be reffered—my fears that...
27 Washington, George Hancock, John From George Washington to John Hancock, 11 December … 1775-12-11 Captain Manly of the Lee Armed Schooner has taken & sent into Beverly, two prizes Since I Last...
28 Washington, George Hancock, John From George Washington to John Hancock, 14 December … 1775-12-14 I received your favour of the 2d instant with the Severall resolves of Congress therein...
29 Washington, George Hancock, John From George Washington to John Hancock, 14 December … 1775-12-14 The Two french Gentlemen who will appear before you with this, brought recommendations to me from...
30 Washington, George Hancock, John From George Washington to John Hancock, 16 December … 1775-12-16 the information Containd in the above comeing So Many different ways, Corroborated by Severall...
31 Washington, George Hancock, John From George Washington to John Hancock, 18 December … 1775-12-18 Captain Manly of the Lee armed Schooner took & Sent into Beverly the sloop Betsey, A. Atkinson...
32 Washington, George Hancock, John From George Washington to John Hancock, 19 December … 1775-12-19 Since writing you of this date, the Letter herewith Inclosed was put into my hands by Mr Eustice,...
33 Washington, George Hancock, John From George Washington to John Hancock, 25 December … 1775-12-25 I had the honour to address myself to you the 19th instant, Since which I have received undoubted...
34 Washington, George Hancock, John From George Washington to John Hancock, 31 December … 1775-12-31 I wrote you the 25th instant, Since which I am not honoured with any of your favours—the estimate...
35 Washington, George Hancock, John From George Washington to John Hancock, 4 January 1776 1776-01-04 Since my last of the 31st Ulto I have been honoured with your favour of the 22d, Inclosing sundry...
36 Washington, George Hancock, John From George Washington to John Hancock, 11 January 1776 1776-01-11 every Account I have out of Boston Confirms the embarkation of troops mentiond in my Last, which,...
37 Washington, George Hancock, John From George Washington to John Hancock, 14 January 1776 1776-01-14 I am exceedingly sorry, that I am under the necessity of applying to you & calling the attention...
38 Washington, George Hancock, John From George Washington to John Hancock, 19 January 1776 1776-01-19 Taking it for granted that Genl Schuyler has not only informd you of the fall of the brave, and...
39 Washington, George Hancock, John From George Washington to John Hancock, 24 January 1776 1776-01-24 The Commissary General being at length returned from a long & painfull Illness, I have it in my...
40 Washington, George Hancock, John From George Washington to John Hancock, 30–31 January … 1776-01-30 Your favours of the 6th & 20th Instant, I received yesterday with the several resolves of...
41 Washington, George Hancock, John From George Washington to John Hancock, 9 February 1776 1776-02-09 I beg leave to Inform you at the request of the Committee of Pay Table of the Colony of...
42 Washington, George Hancock, John From George Washington to John Hancock, 9 February 1776 1776-02-09 The purport ⟨o⟩f this Letter, will be directed to a single object—through you I mean to lay it...
43 Washington, George Hancock, John From George Washington to John Hancock, 9 February 1776 1776-02-09 In Compliance with the resolves of Congress, I have applied to General Howe for the exchange of...
44 Washington, George Hancock, John From George Washington to John Hancock, 14 February … 1776-02-14 Through you I beg leave to lay before Congress, the Inclosed Letter from Lord Drummond to General...
45 Washington, George Hancock, John From George Washington to John Hancock, 18–21 February … 1776-02-18 The late freezing Weather having formed some pretty strong Ice from Dorchester point to Boston...
46 Washington, George Hancock, John From George Washington to John Hancock, 26 February … 1776-02-26 I had the honour of addressing you on the 18 and 21st Instt by Mr Hooper, since which nothing...
47 Washington, George Hancock, John From George Washington to John Hancock, 7–9 March 1776 1776-03-07 On the 26 Ulto I had the honour of addressing you and then mentioned that we were making...
48 Washington, George Hancock, John From George Washington to John Hancock, 13 March 1776 1776-03-13 In my Letter of the 7 & 9 Instant which I had the honor of addressing you, I mentioned the...
49 Washington, George Hancock, John From George Washington to John Hancock, 19 March 1776 1776-03-19 It is with the greatest pleasure I inform you that on Sunday last, the 17th Instant, about 9...
50 Washington, George Hancock, John From George Washington to John Hancock, 24 March 1776 1776-03-24 When I had the honor to address you the 19th Instt upon the evacuation of the Town of Boston by...