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General Hamilton presents his compliments to General Stevens, and would be glad to see him...
I enclose the plan of uniform which it is proposed to establish and request that you will employ...
I have just received a letter from Lieutenant Richmond, in which I am informed that no Cloathing...
I enclose to send you the enclosed paper and request that you will immediately deliver to Captain...
I have received your letter of the 28th. referring to the copy of one antecedent. You will take...
Enclosed is an account of the Post Mr. which you will be pleased to discharge— ( Df , in the...
Enclosed you will find an account of Postage for the month of December which you will please to...
The bearer John Meredith having been summoned sent, by my direction, to attend Court Martial at...
I send you an extract from Colonel Grave’s letter of the ninth of December relative to the shoes...
Inclosed is Mr Bauman’s account for postage of letters, which I request you to pay with true...
Your letter of the 5th. instant has been received— It is my wish that the houses at present...
I have received your letter of yesterday. I had thought that I had given you a written direction...
I request you will pay out of this any public monies which may be in yr. hands the amount of the...
I wrote some time since for Clothing for two full companies to be forwarded to Major Bewell. I...
There being no other existing provision for the purpose—You will in future furnish Hospital...
Enclosed is a return of medicine sent to me by Colonel Smith—It consists of Articles which are...
I send you the inclosed Return of Surgical Instruments &c. at Fort Niagara. It has by some...
The purposes for which the house I now occupy was taken having ceased, you will be pleased to...
I enclose a letter from Dr. Genet together with his account, the settlement of which he requests...
General Stevens will please to deliver to Capt Huger the papers of the Adjutant Generals Office...