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I find myself arrived at that period, at which I hoped to have seen the Batallions of the several...
I have the honor to inform you of my arrival here Yesterday and that the whole of the Troops...
Since I had the honor of addressing you on Monday Nothing of Importance has Occurred here, Except...
No military Operation of any consequence has occurred since I had the honor of writing to you...
Inclosed I have the Honor to transmit you a General Return of the Forces in Jersey. It is...
The inclosed Copy of a Letter from the Commissary General of provisions & the information you...
I do myself the Honor to transmit you a Copy of my Letter to Genl Howe of the 16th Instant,...
I have nothing of importance to transmit Congress, no Event in the Military line having happened...
Dr Skinner having been very urgent and pressing to go to Philadelphia, in order to procure...
I am this moment honored with yours of this morning containing several peices of intelligence of...
I have been honoured with your favor of this date. I heartily wish the Works on Delaware were...
I was just now honored with your Letter of the 9th Instant, covering Sundry Resolutions of...
This will be delivered you by the Chevalier de Kermorvan, and Monsieur de Vermonet—they are...
The Information which the Gentlemen who have lately gone from hence can give the Congress of the...
My last of friday evening which I had the honor of addressing you, advised that Two of the...
Since I had the honour of addressing you on the 6th Instt I have called a Council of the General...
That I might be in readiness to take the Field in the Spring, and prepared for any Service...
General Newcomb having informed me, that he had collected a body of about five hundred Jersey...
I this morning received by Express Letters from Genls Schuyler & Arnold, with a Copy of one from...
Monsieur Fanueil, who sometime ago laid a plan before you for raising and officering a Corps of...
I was this morning honoured with yours of the 15 Instt, with sundry resolves. I perceive the...
I have been waiting with much anxiety to hear the result of the expedition against Danbury, which...
I this minute returned to Head Qrs, where I found your favor of this date with the Resolves...
I have been honoured with your Favor of the 16th with Its Inclosure and am sorry It is not in my...
Permit me through you, to convey to the honorable Congress the Sentiments of gratitude I feel for...
Congress having resolved that Several Regiments of Cavalry should be raised to form a part of...
The present superiority of the British Fleet upon this Coast, naturally makes the Marquis de...
The Revd Mr Kirtland the Bearer of this having been introduced to the Honle Congress can need no...
I have not been honored with an answer to my several letters of the 24th and 25th of May and of...
I arrived here myself Yesterday Morning with the main Body of the Army, having left Ld Stirling...
I am honoured with yours of the 1st instant inclosing sundry Resolves relating to this and the...
every Account I have out of Boston Confirms the embarkation of troops mentiond in my Last, which,...
I am now to acknowledge the receipt of your two favors of the 4 & 6 Instt which came duly to hand...
I do myself the Honor of addressing a few Lines to Congress on a Subject, which appears to me of...
I was honoured with your favor of the 8th Instant by Yesterday morning’s Post with the several...
Your favor of the 24th I received on Saturday Evening, and agreable to your request shall expunge...
This will be delivered you by Genl Gates who sets out to day for Congress agreable to my Letter...
It would have afforded me the greatest pleasure, had I been able to have extended my late visit...
I was honoured with your favours of the 21st and 25 Ulto on the 2d Instant, the former by Mr...
Colo. Palfrey having expressed a desire to settle the Accounts of his Office to this time, has...
I wrote you the 4th instant by express to which I beg you will be reffered—my fears that...
92I. Notes for Letter, 10 July 1775 (Washington Papers)
The time of my arrival. The Situation of the Troops—Works—& things in genl—Enemy on Bunkers Hill....
I beg leave to inform Congress that Yesterday morning & in the course of the preceeding night, a...
The Inclosed came to my hands as a private Letter from Genel Sullivan—As a private Letter I lay...
Morristown [ New Jersey ] April 12, 1777. Introduces Mauduit du Plessis and recommends his...
I had the honour to address myself to you the 19th instant, Since which I have received undoubted...
Since my last of the 31st Ulto I have been honoured with your favour of the 22d, Inclosing sundry...
My last to you was on the 20th instant. Since that, I have the pleasure to inform you, that...
I am particularly to acknowledge that Part of your Favour of the 10th Instt wherein you do me the...
New York, [15] May 1776 . “Since my last of the 11th Instant which I had the honour to address...