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Letter not found: to James Potter, 22 Dec. 1777. In his fourth letter to GW of this date, written...
Letter not found: to Brig. Gen. James Potter, 24 Nov. 1777. GW writes in a letter of this date to...
I returned yesterday to this Place from Rhode Island, and now take the earliest opportunity to...
From the intelligence I have received I am persuaded the enemy are about to retreat from...
I have just received Advice from Captain Lee of light Dragoons that 7 Regiments of the Enemy’s...
I have receivd your Letter by the bearer and am exceeding sorry to find your Brigade so much...
I have recd your favr without date containing your Ideas of the kind of War necessary to be...
I desire you will immediately set all your people at work to making fascines. let them be about...
A person of the Name of Patterson (an Inhabitant of Wilmington) can give you a particular Account...
Major Clark has wrote to me several times about some provision that a Mr Trumbull was sending in...
Your favor of yesterday covering Col. Greene’s letter I received prior to which I had the Account...
I congratulate you upon the glorious successes of our Arms in the North an account of which is...
I have not been favor’d with any Letter from you since I last wrote you. Upon revolving your...
It is without a doubt with me that the Enemy intend makeing attack on Mud Island, perhaps this...
I have received yours of 2 OClock this morning. The intelligence you give is corroborated by...
I have been honored with your letter of the 19 t h instant. The subject, upon which it is...
I have duly receiv’d your favor of yesterday & Observe the Pernicious tendency which may arise...
I have received your Letter of this morning—informing me that your orders respecting the Mills...
As I understand that the Party of the Enemy, that crossed Schuylkill last night, are intended as...
I do not wish you to hurry the March of the Militia mentiond in my former Letter. on the...
I thank you for your Favor of this date & for the intelligence it contained. You will continue...
I am favd with yours of this date. Except our Army was upon the other side of Schuylkill it would...
As soon as the Schuylkill is fordable, I shall send over a large body of Militia to you, for the...
Since Mr Tilghman’s Letter of last Evening to you, I have advice from the City which convinces me...
Your favor without date was handed to me last Night. As we have certain Information that a fleet...
Owing to the rain last night & the probability, that it might be of long continuance, the...