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As you are Forthwith to take upon You the Command of the Brigade, now upon their March to Norwich...
Letter not found: to Maj. Gen. William Heath, 17 Aug. 1776. Heath’s letter to GW of this date is...
I received yours of yesterday’s date—The ships of War & Tenders were fired at from the Batteries...
Inclosed I transmit you Copy of a Letter which I have this Moment recd from Genl Livingston at...
As the Enemy must pass this place before they can attempt the Posts above, and as your Troops...
Yesterday Morning the Enemy landed at Gravesend Bay upon Long Island, from the best Information I...
I have now before me your letters of the 23rd & 24th of this Inst.; with respect to the...
New York, 30 August 1776 . “As Numbers of the Militia are going off without Licence, I desire you...
I have reciev’d your letter of this day, and concur with you in sentiment as to the probability...
I received your favor of this date and Intend this Evening to go to Harlem and see whether the...
As every thing, in a manner, depends upon obtaining Intelligence of the Enemys motions, I do most...
The present posture of our Affairs, the Season of the year, and many other reason’s which might...
I have lately reciev’d information (on which I can in some measure rely) that it is impracticable...
Before this Letter can reach you, the Brigade under Colo. Chester’s Command no doubt has reached...
Some advices lately recieved from Powle’s hook, has made it necessary that Col. William’s...
I have now your letter of Sept. 18th before me; and cannot say that I, by any means approve of...
I should be glad if you would order Genl Saltenstall to draw as much Powder as will compleat his...
Your Letter of yesterday is before me with the list Inclosed; but this is doing the matter by...
I have this Moment yours of this Evening. The Party of 100 Men were ordered up to assist a...
The Ships which have got up the River with their Tenders (and now two of our Row Galleys) must be...
The uncertainty with respect to the designs of the Enemy renders any disposition of our army at...
As an Exchange of Prisoners, is likely to take effect, as soon as the circumstance of the case...
You will perceive by the inclosed Resolves, that Congress have entered into some New regulations...
Yours of the 26th overtook me a few Miles from this place where I arrived this day at Noon. The...
You are upon Receipt of this to cross the North River with the Troops under your Command in the...
Your letter of the 8th Instant has come duly to hand, and am glad to hear that Greatons Bond’s...
I last night received your favor of the 10th Instt. I am extremely pleased by the ready attention...
I reciev’d your favor of the Eleventh instant, advising me of the march of Parsons Brigade from...
Yesterday I received a letter from the Council of the State of Massachusetts by Major Shaw,...
By a Letter just received from the State of Massachusets (Copy of which you have inclosed) I find...
I have been favoured with yours of the 13th Instt and wish you may have succeeded in your...
Head Quarters, New Town [Pa.] 28 December 1776 . Acknowledges receipt of “Your favor of the 21st...
Since I had the pleasure of informing you Yesterday of our Success at Trenton, I have received...
I just now received your favor of the 26th, and am sorry Genl Wadsworth’s Brigade should have...
We have made a Successfull attack upon Princeton—General Howe advanced upon Trenton—we evacuated...
I wrote to you on the 5th from Pluckemin, a Copy of which I inclose, least the Original should...
I wrote you lately, since which the Enemy appear to be drawing their whole force to Brunswick...
I have yours of the 9th inclosing the proceedings of the Court Martial who set upon Strang. In my...
I have yours of the 10th. In the Settlement for Arms I plainly perceive that the loss is all...
Capt. Bell of Philada a very intelligent and credible person, made his Escape from New York about...
By this time nearly, you must have discover’d what effect your movement towards New York has...
You will receive with this a Copy of my Letter to you of the 19th Inst. Two reasons have led me...
I have not been favd with a line from you since the 24th Ulto. Anxious for the Success of the...
Your two favs. of the 30th last month reached me last Night. I cannot say, but I was a good deal...
This Letter is in addition to my public one of this date —It is to hint to you, and I do it with...
I have recd your several favors of the 5th 6th & 7th Inst. What I mentioned to you in a former...
Morristown [ New Jersey ] March 3, 1777. Orders Heath to relieve Major General Artemas Ward. Df ,...
Having been desired by Congress to place some other in the room of General Ward, I have to...
By my former directions, the fifteen Regiments, belonging to your State, were all ordered to...
I wrote to you the 13th directing you to order eight of the Regiments of your State to march with...