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On receiving information, by a representative from the Inhabitants of Monmouth County, of the...
Major Barber, who now holds a Commission in the Line of the Army at large, informs me that if the...
General Forman has applied to me for permission for Mrs Provost to go into New York in search of...
The enclosed Paper without signature, was a few days since put into my hands—As the information...
On receiving Your Excellency’s favor of the 1st instant by Lord Stirling, I immediately set about...
I have the Honor to inform your Excellency that the Operations of the present Campaign are tendg...
I regret being obliged to inform Your Excellency, that I find myself, at this late period, very...
I am just now honored with your Excellency’s Favor of the 8th instant, informg me of the Offer of...
I flatter myself that proper Measures have been taken before this Time to procure the Number of...
I am honored with your Excellency’s favor of the 1st Instant. Upon examining the state of...
Last night I returned from Weathersfield, where I have had an interview with His Excellency the...
Intelligence has been sent me by a Gentleman living near the enemy’s lines, and who has an...
I was honored on my return from Rhode Island, with Your Excellencys Letter of the 1st Inst....
Having been informed by Major General Dickinson that he was vested with powers, during the recess...
New Windsor [ New York ] February 13, 1781 . Will discuss question of New Jersey prisoners with...
I have received your letters of the 15th of December and 4th of February. I have been for some...
Ringwood [ New Jersey ] January 27, 1781 . Informs Livingston that the mutiny has been completely...
I have the pleasure to inform your Excellency that the measures concerted for quelling the mutiny...
Having received information from Colo. Shreve of the defection of the Jersey line, and...
I have been honored with your Excellencys Letter of the 20th of Decr enclosing the Act for More...
I have been this day honored with your Excellency’s favor of the 15th You may be assured that I...
In mine of the 20th instant, I desired Your Excellency to discharge the whole of Colo. Seely’s...
I have been honor’d with your Excellency Letter of the 17th Inst. respecting the Troops under the...
I have recd your Excellency’s favor of the 4th instant. As soon as I found that Sir Henry...
From our present advises a considerable part of the Enemy’s force are gone to Rhode Island with a...
I yesterday recd your Excellency’s favr of the 18th The intelligence which you were pleased to...
Springfield [ New Jersey ] June 18, 1780 . Is sending Brigadier General Henry Knox to present to...
I have received advice which appears to be direct, that the Legislature of this State has...
I have been honored with yours of the 25th inclosing a Certificate from Mr Boudinot that Colo....
I have been honored with yours of the 25th inclosing a Certificate from Mr Boudinot that Colo....
I have been favoured with Your Excellency’s Letter of to day, with Mr Clarke’s to which it...
I have received your Excellencys letter of the 8th of this month, in favor of Capn Fitzrandolph....
I have recieved your Excellencys letter of the 8th of this month, in favor of Captn Fitzrandolph....
Since I had the Honor of writing to Your Excellency on the 26 Ulto—I have obtained Returns of...
Since I had the Honor of writing to Your Excellency on the 26 Ulto—I have obtained Returns of...
I was last night honored with your Excellency’s letter of the 22d. I had on the 20th transmitted...
[ Morristown, New Jersey ] February 19, 1780 . Explains why it would be inexpedient for a state...
I have just received a letter from Mr Symmes one of the Supreme Judges of this state transmitting...
I sincerely regret that any circumstances should render it necessary for you to make use of Mr...
Morristown [ New Jersey ] December 21, 1779 . States reasons that make it probable that British...
Morristown [ New Jersey ] December 21, 1779 . States probability of an attack on the Army by the...
Notwithstanding the enemy have been for some time past making demonstration of sending...
The situation of our army at this time compared with that of the enemy makes it necessary we...
I have been favored with your Excellencys letter of the 7th. The Troops left at the No. Rivr &...
You have both obliged and amused me, by your communication of the 27th. I have not seen the piece...
The moment I was informed that the unexpected delays and difficulties which His Excellency the...
West Point, October 4, 1779. Asks Livingston to instruct William Van Drill, a pilot, to join...
It is essential that some good pilots should be ready to go on Board the French fleet the moment...
[ West Point ] September 27, 1779 . States that if the French fleet is in reality off the coast,...
I yesterday recd your favr of the 3d Inst. I thank your Excellency for your attention to mine on...