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As there are the best reasons to believe that the Enemys Fleet & Army which left Nantasket Road...
The Congress having been pleased to signify a desire that I should repair to Philadelphia in...
I have reason to believe that the Provencial Congress of this Colony have in contemplation a...
Your Letter of the Last night with the dispatches from Canada, Came to my hands at Woodbridge...
I received yours of the 24 Instant with Its several Inclosures and the Letter & Invoice from Genl...
I received your favor by Yesterday Evenings Express with the sevl Letters and Intelligence from...
It was with no small degree of concern I percieved yesterday a scattering, unmeaning & wasteful...
From the Accts given by the two Deserters last Evening I think not a Moments time should be lost...
Letter not found: to Maj. Gen. Israel Putnam, 11 Dec. 1776. On 12 Dec. Putnam wrote to GW : “Your...
I have been favoured with your Two Letters of the 17th and 19th Instt. The remissness of the...
I am glad to hear by Your Son that you are getting better again If I had not been well convinced...
Fortune has favord us in an attack on Princeton—General How advancd upon Trenton which we...
Letter not found: to Maj. Gen. Israel Putnam, 7 Jan. 1777. On 9 Jan. Putnam wrote to the...
Your favor of Yesterday representing the Case of Mr John Taylor I have received & Assure you that...
I had the pleasure of receivg your favr of the 18th yesterday eveng communicating the successful...
Upon taking a retrospective View of the Enemy’s Conduct, & comparing one piece of Information...
Govr Livingston in his Letter to me of the 15th Inst: did me the honor of inclosing Copies of...
Your several favours of the 25th & 26th Inst. came to hand —The pass granted by Ld & Genl Howe to...
Letter not found: to Maj. Gen. Israel Putnam, 9 May 1777. Putnam wrote GW on 10 May : “I just...
I have just received your favour of the 10th. Of the Troops coming on and to come on from...
Letter not found: to Maj. Gen. Israel Putnam, 14 May 1777. Robert Hanson Harrison docketed...
Would it be practicable, do you think, under the present Circumstances, and situation of the...
I wrote to you upon a particular Subject Yesterday, to which I refer, and request to know your...
Inclosed you will receive a copy of the Information I received last night. From this, It appears,...
I have now before me your Two favors of the 27th and 30th Ulto. I thank you for the information...
The accounts you give me of the distress of the Massachusets Troops for cloathing surprize me a...
Inclos’d is a Letter for Colo. Sheldon which I desire you’ll forward immediately to him by...
This will be delivered to you by Mr Young who is sent up by the Cloathier General to issue...
I have your favr of the 10th. From Genl Howe’s Movements within a few days past, it is clear,...
When I wrote to you last evening I forgot to desire that the detatchments of Colo. Saml B. Webbs...
I have been favoured with yours of the 15th & 16th Instant. You have done well in sending on the...
Middlebrook [ New Jersey ] June 20, 1777. Discusses General William Howe’s latest movements....
General Howe has suddenly quitted his new post between Somerset and Brunswick and has returned to...
Middlebrook [ New Jersey ] June 22, 1777. Orders Putnam to prepare for a probable British attack...
Your favours of the 16th 19th & 21st instant, have reached me, the former without signature—I...
I this morning received your favor of the 23d and am happy to hear part of the Cloaths for the...
I am favd with yours of the 25 and 26th instt. As a few days must determine whether the Enemy...
I rec’d yours of the 28th Inst. by Col. Hughes & thank you much for your kind congratulations....
At sunset this evening I receiv’d your letter of the 30⟨th. ulto—⟩the intelligence contain’d in...
Letter not found: to Maj. Gen. Israel Putnam, 2 July 1777. Putnam writes in his letter to GW of 4...
I was last Night favd with yours of the 4th—Genl Mifflin has this day sent off a load of...
Pompton Plains [ New Jersey ] July 12, 1777. Orders Putnam to keep Brigadier General John Glover...
In consequence of the disagreeable event which has taken place in the evacuation of Ticonderoga...
I have been favoured with yours of the 11th. Inst. with its Inclosures. I had received a Letter...
I have just arrived with the Army at this place where I shall remain till I see what turn Genl...
Genl Parsons having inform’d me that many Gentlemen are Candidates for the two Regts lately...
The Intelligence, which occasioned us to advance from the Entrance of the Clove yesterday Morning...
Smiths Clove [ New York ] July 22, 1777. Asks for accurate report of British movements on Long...
I have received your two favours of the 20th and 21st with their inclosures. With respect to the...
It being judged necessary to reinforce the Army to the Northward with another Brigade, you are...