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27701General Orders, 18 August 1780 (Washington Papers)
In the present state of our Magazines of provisions it is of the greatest importance that we...
27702General Orders, 19 August 1780 (Washington Papers)
A Sub Serjeant corporal and twenty men from the right wing to be paraded on the Grand parade...
I yesterday recd your favr of the 16th with a Return of your provision Magazine inclosed. I...
27704General Orders, 20 August 1780 (Washington Papers)
To lessen the duty of the Grand Parade the particular Inspection of the men’s arms by the Brigade...
I have been duly honored with your Excellys letters of the 3d 5th & 7th instt with their...
This day Mr Joshua Anderson of Monmouth County presented a Petition to me in Consequence of Captn...
I have been honor’d with your Excellency Letter of the 17th Inst. respecting the Troops under the...
I have been informed by a Letter received just now from His Excellency, Caesar Rodney Esq., that...
I had this morning the honor of yours of the 17th from Trenton. When I ordered the Militia of...
By a letter which Genl Greene has just now rec’d from Col. Abeel at Morris Town, I find, that,...
27711General Orders, 21 August 1780 (Washington Papers)
The regimental Paymasters will bring their Payrolls and Abstracts made up to the 1st Instant to...
I recd your favor of yesterday late last Evening. Should you receive intelligence upon which you...
Your favor of the 17th reached me last Evening. I have received intelligence that Sir Henry...
I recd your favr of the 14th. If the Militia under your command are drawn out for the Campaign,...
In the letter which I did myself the honor of writing to you the 16th I had only time to...
I had the pleasure of receiving your favor of the 10th. I am exceedingly sorry to hear of the...
I recd yours of yesterday morning last evening. It is unfortunate that Lt B—— could not bring off...
27718General Orders, 22 August 1780 (Washington Papers)
A Corporal and seven men for Fatigue on the Bake house from the 1st Pennsylvania brigade tomorrow...
You will be pleased to employ the whole of your Corps both Horse and Foot tomorrow in impressing...
I wrote to you yesterday directing you to march from Stoney point to the place where the Road...
I am again reduced to the painful necessity of informing Your Excellency of the situation in...
The Answer of George Washington, Esquire, Surviving Executor of the last will and Testament of...
27723General Orders, 23 August 1780 (Washington Papers)
The Guards to parade at five o clock this afternoon near the York brigade where the Grand Parade...
To Clement Biddle Esqr. Commissary General of Forage. From the Representation that you have made...
When you arrive at Dobbe’s ferry agreeable to the orders sent you yesterday your attention is to...
27726General Orders, 24 August 1780 (Washington Papers)
For Guard Major Wallbridge The Army will draw three days flour and bake it and as soon as Beef...
I cannot help expressing exceeding great surprize at your not obeying the order you received...
You are appointed to the command of the Light Infantry and four brigades from your own Wing to be...
In the report of the march of yesterday, it appears there was to your baggage a guard of a...
I am now to acknowledge the Honor of Your Excellency’s dispatches of the 9th, which I received...
You will be pleased immediately upon the receipt of this to commence the Forage of Barbadoes Neck...
27732General Orders, 25 August 1780 (Washington Papers)
As it is not an unusual thing for Soldiers in an engagement to expend their Ammunition at too...
27733General Orders, 26 August 1780 (Washington Papers)
DLC : Papers of George Washington.
Our necessities will oblige us to draw down part of the Flour and Rum from West Point—The Commy...
In a letter I have lately received from Major General Lincoln, he transmitted the inclosed for...
I am this moment favoured with your Letter of this day—I need scarcly inform you of the extreme...
When I called at your Quarters this Morning, I had no business particularly in View, I proposed...
In mine of the 20th instant, I desired Your Excellency to discharge the whole of Colo. Seely’s...
I was last evening favd with yours of the 22d and the day before with that of the 21st. I should...
I have received the honor of Your Excellency’s Letters of the 20th & 21st Instant, the last of...
27741General Orders, 27 August 1780 (Washington Papers)
Joseph King Esqr. is appointed Paymaster to the Corps of Artificers from the 6th of February...
The Honble The Committee of Cooperation having returned to Congress I am under the disagreeable...
I have just received your Letter of Yesterday, respecting the apprehensions of the Magistrates...
I have been informed that one of our Expresses has lately been taken at Pine’s Bridge and carried...
27745General Orders, 28 August 1780 (Washington Papers)
Great irregularity having prevailed in the issues of rum to the several brigades; for the future...
I have been duly honored with your letter of the 16th. I am much obliged to the Council for the...
I am much obliged to you my dear Sir for your letter of the 17th and for the interesting...
Tomorrow morning Col. Malcolm will march with the levies under his command towards Kings ferry,...
The intelligence brought by the Alliance Frigate renders it so very uncertain whether we shall be...
I have received your letter of the 22d—The late European intelligence has so altered the...