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ALS : American Philosophical Society I am very happy that my letter to Lord Thanet meets with...
ALS : American Philosophical Society I forgot before I left London to desire You wou’d (if Mr....
A Gentleman whose name is Banister (as silly a Gentleman perhaps as lives) is accused by his...
As you may possibly harbour some suspicions that a certain passage in your intercepted letters...
I receiv’d your obliging letter and cannot express the pleasure I feel in standing so high in...
ALS : American Philosophical Society I find that Gates has sent you a copy of my letter; I hope...
The consequences of the Enemy’s possessing themselves of New York have appear’d to me so terrible...
Major French whom I have met with at Hartford, is extremely solicitous for permission to return...
We have been so baffled by the weather that We only arriv’d here last night—I believe We shall...
It was unnecessary sooner to trouble you with my scrowl—as I cou’d give you no information, the...
I arriv’d here yesterday but not without some difficulty—my disorder encreas’d rather than...
I shou’d have written to you more constantly but really had no means of conveying my letter—a Mr...
I am extremely happy that there is any open[ing] for a more comfortable establishment for poor...
I am now so far recover’d tho far from well, that I shall set out in two days —the stripping...
My destination is alterd—instead of going to Canada I am appointed to Command to the...
I most sincerely congratulate you, I congratulate the Public on the great and glorious event—your...
I am just return’d from Suffolk and the Posts below, and the Post is just going out; so that this...
The most compendious method to give you an idea of the state of your Province is to inclose to...
I have the happiness to congratulate You on a very signal success (if I may not call it a...
ALS : National Archives The Gentleman who will deliver you this was as I understand sent by...
This instant came express from Colonel Tupper (station’d opposite to Dob’s Ferry) one David...
The recommendation of General Green which you transmited to me threw the Officers to whom I...
Letter not found: from Maj. Gen. Charles Lee, 20 Nov. 1776. GW wrote Lee on 24 Nov. : “I have...
I have received your Orders and shall endeavour to put ’em in execution, but question much...
It never was my idea to leave the Highlands unguarded but only for expedition sake that Heath...
I receiv’d yours last night dated the 27th from Newark—You complain of my not being in motion...
I have receiv’d your pressing letter —since which intelligence was sent me that you had quitted...
Colonel Hampton will give you a return of the Militia already assembled and of those (if it can...
Major Hoops has just deliver’d to me your Excellencys letter —I am extremely shock’d to hear that...
We have three thoushand Men here at present but They are so ill shod that We have been oblig’d to...
As Lord and General Howe have given me permission to send the inclosd to the Congress, and as the...
I am extremely glad that Morris is so far recover’d that there is a probability of his leaving...
It is a most unfortunate circumstance for myself and I think not less for the Publick that the...
Multiplicity of busyness the miscarriage of letters or some accident has prevented you from doing...
As I have the strongest reason to flatter myself that you interest yourself in whatever concerns...
I have reason to hope that the Congress will unembarrass the negotiation of the Commissioners...
You may better imagine than I can express the happiness which your letter gave me, tho at the...
I observ’d before to your Excellency that the merit and strong recommendations of sevral of the...
As your time must necessarily be taken up by more and a greater variety of busyness than perhaps...
1st As the Enemy are suppos’d already to have transported their stores &cc. over the River—and as...
About eleven miles from Head Quarters and eight miles from this Camp is a most admirable position...
When I first assented to the Marquis of Fayette’s taking the command of the present detachment, I...
I did not receive your order to halt until the head of the Detachment was within a mile of...
From the knowledge I have of your Excys character—I must conclude that nothing but the...
I beg your Excellency’s pardon for the inaccuracy in misdating my letter —you cannot afford me...
Since I had the honor of addressing my letter by Col. Fitzgerald to your Excellency I have...
As I understand the Army is soon to move and it certainly will be very awkward for a Man in my...
Colonel Butler (whose letter Your Excellency had the kindness to transmit to me) is one of the...
The Board have been honored with your Excellency’s letter of the 14th instant desiring a supply...
The Act of the Commonwealth of Virginia “for calling in and redeeming the Money now in...