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I very much approve of your visiting Genl Putnam, as I cannot acct for his remaining at...
Your favor of the 7th Instt by Mr Laurens came to my hands a day or two ago; previous to which, I...
Your Letter of the 16th by Post now lyes before me, & I thank you for the attention paid to my...
I have no scruple of announcing to you, that New York is the object of my preparations; and, if...
The arrival of Admiral Arbuthnot at New York with a fleet of from sixty to seventy sail said to...
I had wrote the Letter herewith Inclosed before your favour of the 21st came to hand —The Acct...
General Howe has a grand Manouvre in view—or—has made an inglorious retreat. Yesterday Evening...
I had not the honor of receiving your Excellency’s favor of yesterday till late in the evening. I...
In my last I omitted to answer that part of your Excellency’s letter of the 5th inst. respecting...
I have been honored with yours of the 14th instant. I shall not fail to recommend to the Officer,...
The inclosed was put into my hands by an Express from the White Plains. Having no Idea of its...
Your Letters of the 16 & 17th Inst. are both before me. I have come to a Resolution to recall the...
I have agreeable to your Excellency’s request sent Colo. Johnson with five Officers from the line...
Your Letters of the 4th from New York—7th and—from Philadelphia (the last by Express) are all...
By the Express which I sent to Philadelphia a few days ago I wrote you a few hasty lines —I have...
I have the honor to inform Your Excellency and the Council—by the conveyance which now offers by...