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You are to march precisely at the hour appointed tomorrow morning, with two divisions, the one...
West Point, September 19, 1778 . Orders Putnam to camp on east side of the Hudson River, to...
On consideration it appears to me best, that you should incamp with the division under your...
Your favor of Yesterdays date came to hand this moment A very little time must discover the...
Be pleased to send Genl Woodfords Brigade to the West side of the River with orders to fall down...
I received your letter of the 27th Inst. with that of yesterdays date. His Lordship Gen. Stirling...
The enemys designs still continue ambiguous, however it is our policy to provide against possible...
Since writing the inclosed I have some advices that the enemy are moving towards the Clove at...
Colonel G. V. Schaick advises me in a letter of this date, that he is “this moment informed,...
I shall remove this afternoon to Fredericksburg to which place be pleased to address any future...
I was favoured with your two letters of yesterdays date about noon. I have received accounts,...
Fredericksburg [ New York ] November 2, 1778 . Orders Putnam to assume command of division lately...
General Gates having been ordered by Congress to repair to Boston and take the command of the...
You will immediately proceed to Harford, and take the command of Poors—Pattersons and Learneds...
You will, as soon as possible after receipt of this, put the two Massachussets Brigades under...
When I wrote you Yesterday—I informed you that Genl Poor, with his Brigade, was to proceed to...
You are upon the Receipt hereof to proceed to Danbury with General Poors Brigade and send on...
On the 17th I wrote you that Genl Poor, with his Brigade was to proceed to Enfield to conduct the...
I this morning received your favour of the 24th Instant. I am well pleased with your Orders to...
You are appointed to the command of the Brigades of Poor, Parsons and Huntingdon which are to be...
The Board of War have requested that Israel Dodge of Colo. Durkees Regiment may be sent to...
I am favd with yours of the 9th informing me of your movements in consequence of the appearance...
I recd your favr of the 17th at this place at which I shall remain but a few days and then return...
Philadelphia, January 8, 1779. Discusses clothing situation of Connecticut troops. Df , in...
I am duly favoured with your letter of the 23d of december—accompanied by one from General...
I have before me your favor dated thro’ mistake the 31st Inst: and one of the 8th. The mutiny of...
I have your favr of the 5th and 30th ulto. In one of my late letters I desired that you might...
Colonel Udney Hay, communicated to me, a proposal of Mr Weeks a D.W. General a late inhabitant of...
Your several favors of the 25th and 26th Ultimo met me in Philadelphia. To give a just decision...
Mr Burrall an Assistant Pay Master General sets out this morning with 400,000 Dollars for the use...
A Committee appointed by the Council of the State of Massachusetts Bay to inquire into the...
Upon reciept of this Letter you will put Hazens regiment in motion—Inclosed are his...
I have your favs. of the 2d and 4th instants and am pleased to hear of Genl Tryons speedy retreat...
Inclosed are Copies of Affidavits transmitted me by Governor Clinton in consequence of a...
Middlebrook [ New Jersey ] March 16, 1779 . Orders Putnam to send remainder of Brigadier General...
In mine of the 6th I directed Hazen’s regiment to be detached towards the Co’os—on receipt of...
I recd intelligence last night, that the enemy on Staten Island are in motion with a more than...
I have been favored with yours of the 13th Inst. The papers you inclosed I herewith return—In my...
I last evening recd your favors of the 22d instant with the several peices of intelligence they...
I was yesterday favd with yours of the 28th of March giving me information of such of the...
I am this moment favd with yours of the 30th March. My letters of the 27th ulto and 1st instant,...
Immediately upon receipt of this letter, you will set about putting your division in the most...
On examining the return from Peeks kill of General Poors brigade, which was some time since...
Inclosed you have an extract of a letter this instant received from Genl Maxwell at...
Middlebrook [ New Jersey ] April 28, 1779 . Asks that Brigadier General Samuel Holden Parsons’s...
By intelligence received from different quarters, there is great reason to suspect the enemy have...
I received your favor of the 7th instant in due time. I wish the most effectual measures to be...
Middlebrook [ New Jersey ] May 20, 1779 . Orders court-martial for Major Joseph Eayre. Df , in...
I return you the papers relating to the officers at Springfield —I find by them that Major Ayres...
By recent intelligence, thrô different Channels, I have the best reason to believe that, General...