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The honourable the Congress by a resolve of the 4th Inst. have directed the recruiting of your...
I have perused your letter of yesterday on the subject of recruiting your corps—In answer to it I...
when the Counte pulaski was going to left this Country, i had ask’d of your Exellency the Command...
i had beg as a favour of your Exellency to honour’d me with a recommendation to the hble Congres...
i took the liberty to acquaint your Exellency with the necessity which I am under to beg your...
Letter not found : to Colonel Armand, c.27 July 1778. On 27 July, GW wrote Col. William Malcom :...
I yesterday recd your letter from York Town. You must have misunderstood me if you thought I gave...
the time Employed by the congress to determine Some thing upon the affairs of the marquis de la...
I have a complaint lodged against your Corps by a number of the reputable Inhabitants in the...
The Complaints made to you against my Corps, are the more personal as I derive the Command of it...
11Orders to Armand, 11 June 1777 (Washington Papers)
You are forthwith to take upon you the command of the corps heretofore under Major Ottendorf and...
Desirous of making our Service as agreeable to you as possible, and of furnishing you with every...