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On the 2d instant a part of the enemy possessed themselves of the fort on Ver-planks point, by...
By a letter this moment arrived from General McDougall dated two OClock yesterday, the enemy were...
The army is now crossing the Mountain to take post on the upper communication. It will be unsafe...
New Windsor [ New York ] July 12, 1779 . Urges Knox to send all available arms to Army and to...
I perceive by the last returns, that there is still a number of men wanting Arms —In addition to...
West Point, August 20, 1779. Instructs Knox to prepare a sufficient number of cannon ball and to...
I have received the reports from Major General McDougal Brigadier Du Portail and yourself of this...
Letter not found: to Brig. Gen. Henry Knox, 10 Nov. 1779 . A summary of this one-page letter...
From present appearances, and the Season of the Year, there is little reason to beleive, that a...
As the North Carolina Troops have orders to march immediately to the Southward, you will be...
The ordnance and ordnance stores necessary for Fort Arnold and its dependencies you will please...
Morristown [ New Jersey ] December 8, 1779 . Instructs Knox to send artillery pieces and men to...
I have this moment recd a letter from Colo. Hamilton. It is Lord Stirlings opinion that the...
The Maryland division will begin their march to the Southward as soon as the means in our power...
The Committee of Congress are instructed, among other matters, to enquire whether there is any...
The Committee of Congress are instructed, among other matters, to enquire whether there is any...
I shall be glad to see you as early as you can conveniently make it tomorrow Morning. If matters...
[ Springfield, New Jersey ] June 21, 1780 . Instructs Knox to transport the flour at Trenton, New...
There is a large quantity of flour at Trenton which it is of the greatest importance should be...
It is highly necessary that an estimate should be formed of the quantity of Ordnance Stores...
[ Bergen County, New Jersey ] July 15, 1780 . Informs Knox that objective of siege is to be New...
The period for commencing our operations is so near, that, not a moment is to be lost in bringing...
Since I saw you I have reflected upon the request of the General Officers for permitting Genl...
I have received Colo. Lamb’s letter addressed to you, by which he desires you "to ask me if ever...
By advices received this afternoon the Enemy have again made an incursion into this State and...
I wish to be informed, whether what Arms and Accoutrements you have on hand, together with those...
[ Preakness, New Jersey ] October 21, 1780 . Has permitted Captain Lewis Garanger to experiment...
I have received your letter respecting Mr Garanger. From the School in which he has been taught,...
Having already communicated to you my intention to attempt to Surprize the Enemys Posts at the...
[ Preakness, New Jersey ] November 22, 1780 . Orders Knox to prepare artillery to cover passage...