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Inclosed you have a list of new appointments and promotions in the Regiment of Artificers which...
27352General Orders, 25 June 1780 (Washington Papers)
The Troops to March and the Park to move tomorrow morning four o clock by the Left—Stark’s...
I have been honoured with your several Letters of the 17th—19th & 20, which the constant...
On friday last the enemy moved from Elisabeth Town point to Springfield, in considerable force,...
Since I had the honor of addressing Congress on the 20th the following movements have taken place...
I have been honored with your Excellency’s favour of the 20th and 22d instants. I am exceedingly...
27357General Orders, 26 June 1780 (Washington Papers)
The Commander in Chief requests General Greene and all the officers and men under his Command to...
You will proceed to West Point and take the orders of Major General Howe. If the movements of the...
It is highly necessary that an estimate should be formed of the quantity of Ordnance Stores...
From some information I have received this morning_ I think it necessary that Your Brigade should...
27361General Orders, 27 June 1780 (Washington Papers)
The Guards to be Paraded at two o clock this afternoon. After Orders The Board of General...
In the absence of the Committee agreeable to the direction of your Excellencys letter I opened it...
I duly received your letter of the 17th and am much obliged to you for the succour so readily...
I have the Honor to transmit You a Letter of the 22d Instant which I received last night from the...
I have been informed that you are marching with a Brigade of Militia to the succour of West...
I have received your favr of this date. Since I wrote to you last I have been informed that there...
Before this the Connecticut division will probably have joined you. The rest of the army arrived...
I was last Evening honored with yours of the 22d Inst. containing propositions of both Houses for...
I have been favored with your letter of the 6th of June inclosing one of the same date to the...
You may remain in your present position till further orders. In the mean while and without delay...
I have been favoured with your letter of the 24th. The spirit and exertions of the Citizens of...
By a letter from Your Excellency to Major General Howe, which he communicated to me, it appeared,...
I have recd your favr of the 24th. If I remember right most or all of the Cloathing coming from...
27374General Orders, 28 June 1780 (Washington Papers)
The Picquet on the right to be increased with the Addition of a Captain Sub. Serjeant Corporal...
I have received Your Letter of this afternoon. I have had it for some days in contemplation to...
I have had the honor to receive Your Two Favors of the 5th and 10th Instant. With respect to the...
I have just been informed by General Schuyler of his having recd advice from Mr Docus that the...
27378General Orders, 29 June 1780 (Washington Papers)
The Officers composing the General Court Martial whereof General Hand is President are to go...
I have to acknowledge two letters, one of the 11th the other the 21st giving a detail of your...
I was yesterday honored with your Excellency’s favor of the 25th inclosing a recommendation of...
I have received your several favors of the 12th, 21st 23rd and 25th Instants. I think it but...
I am much obliged to you for your communication of the 16th; and I wish most sincerely that it...
I have been honored with two of your Excellency’s favors both of the 11th inclosing an extract of...
You, with the five Gentlemen, appointed to attend you, will repair to Philada for the purpose of...
I have had the honor to receive your favor of the 22d Instt from Trenton, & thank you for the aid...
I have recd your fav. of the 24 Inst from Harford: It will be a very happy circumstance should...
I had the honor of receiving, four days since, your two letters of the 19th. With respect to the...
I have agreeable to your Excellency’s request sent Colo. Johnson with five Officers from the line...
27389General Orders, 30 June 1780 (Washington Papers)
The Army is to march tomorrow morning four o clock by the right—The Park of Artillery will...
As the Levies required of the States for filling their Battalions have not yet joined the Army or...
I return you the Proof sheet of the Proclamation committed to you by General Arnold, with some...
I request the favour of you to be at Head Quarters as speedily as possible to give me your...
I have recd your favor of the 28th. There is so great a saving by delivering out Bread instead of...
From the importance of getting the Levies required for filling Your three Battalions as soon as...
You will be pleased to repair immediately to the State of New Hampshire in order to receive &...
I write to you under a persuasion that the present moment in our affairs calls upon the virtue of...
I send Brigadier General Starke to your state, to collect and forward the drafts for your...
An imperfect—& more than probably—an enlarged acct of the Jersey Militia at Spring field Maxwell...
27399General Orders, 1 July 1780 (Washington Papers)
Those Brigades which have not drawn any Rum to day are to be supplied with a Gill per man this...
27400General Orders, 2 July 1780 (Washington Papers)
After Orders The troop to beat at six o clock A.M. The Guards to be on the Grand Parade at 7 o...