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61 Washington, George Lee, Charles From George Washington to Major General Charles Lee, 29 … 1776-12-29 I have the pleasure of enclosing you a Letter from your Freind Robt Morris Esqr. with a draft on...
62 Lee, Charles Washington, George To George Washington from Major General Charles Lee, 9 … 1777-02-09 As Lord and General Howe have given me permission to send the inclosd to the Congress, and as the...
63 Washington, George Lee, Charles From George Washington to Major General Charles Lee, 16 … 1777-02-16 I received the favor of your Letter of the 9th Instt on Friday night about 10 OClock. It was...
64 Lee, Charles Washington, George To George Washington from Major General Charles Lee, 26 … 1777-02-26 I am extremely glad that Morris is so far recover’d that there is a probability of his leaving...
65 Washington, George Lee, Charles From George Washington to Major General Charles Lee, 1 … 1777-04-01 I am to inform you, that Congress not perceiving that any advantage would be derived either to...
66 Lee, Charles Washington, George To George Washington from Major General Charles Lee, 5 … 1777-04-05 It is a most unfortunate circumstance for myself and I think not less for the Publick that the...
67 Lee, Charles Washington, George To George Washington from Major General Charles Lee, 7 … 1777-06-07 Multiplicity of busyness the miscarriage of letters or some accident has prevented you from doing...
68 Washington, George Lee, Charles George Washington to Major General Charles Lee, 4 July … 1777-07-04 Morristown [ New Jersey ] July 4, 1777. Discusses Drummond’s breach of parole. Df , in writing of...
69 Washington, George Lee, Charles From George Washington to Major General Charles Lee, 4 … 1777-07-04 I received your favour of the 7th June, in which you enter into consideration of the breach of...
70 Lee, Charles Washington, George To George Washington from Major General Charles Lee, 30 … 1777-12-30 As I have the strongest reason to flatter myself that you interest yourself in whatever concerns...