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As you have had the history of the late action from the General, I shall not trouble you with...
Yesterday a severe skirmish happened between a party of seven hundred of our Troops and two or...
Yesterday I did myself the Honor to address a Letter to you; in answer to yours of the twentieth...
Yesterday I received your Favour of the twentieth Instant, while on my way from North River to...
Yesterday I came to this Place upon some business respecting my Department. I left General...
The Army marched from Middle Brook yesterday and arrived here last Evening and encamped. I...
I wish it was in my power to give you a satisfactory and particular state of facts relative to...
Yesterday the Enemy retreated back to Brunswick; they were followed and fired on by a small party...
I have lately had convincing proof of what I have long expected, that is, men employed as...
This day General Arnold came into Camp, I have had a long conversation with him upon the affairs...
I suppose you have heard we have not taken Brunswick. If any one says we have he belies us. We...
Yesterday I came to this place; all things remain much as they were; a few Companies have come in...
I have the honour of your Letter of the 20th of August. Agreeable to your desire have inclosed a...
Your Favour of the 10th July I have had the honour to receive, but it did not come to hand until...
I have the pleasure to inform you that the Continental armed Schooners Hancock and Franklin sent...
The Small pox having of late spread much in the Town, it was judged impracticable to prevent its...
I have the pleasure to inform you that another Scotch Transport with a Company of Highland...
I have the pleasure to inform you that we have driven the Pirates out of this Harbour. The...
I have the honour of your Favour of the sixteenth of April. You observe, Sir, very justly, that...
As the Ships of War now building in this and other Colonies for the Continental Service, will...
The 17th Instant the Pirates all abandoned their Works in Boston and Charlestown and went on...
The 2 instant at night we began a cannonade and bombardment upon the Enemy, and continued it...
We hoped to have the pleasure of seeing you again in Camp before you set out for Philadelphia,...
I had the honour some time since to receive your Favour of the 14 Ultimo which I am now to...
I beg leave to recommend to your Notice Capt. Price, the Bearer of this, who has commanded one of...
I have been long waiting for an opportunity to communicate some intelligence worthy of your...