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By order of Major Genl Gates Commanding this Department, I have removed the Cloathing Store for the Troops of the Northern Department to this place, which he intends shall be the place of residence for the Commissary of Cloathing for the Northern Army. By his advice I have the Honor to inform your Excellency that in Feby last was a Year, there was left in the Public Store at Albany committed...
I am just arrived from Springfield and have the honour of meeting your Excelleny’s Letter of the 2d from Fish Kill; in answer to which, Major Bigelow has forwarded to Head Qua[r]ters by the way of Fredericksburg, 3129 pr Shoes, 6 Bales Blankets, (about 600) and 2612 prs Hose; he has sent a Conductor with them with some directions to General Parsons, requesting his assistance to enable the...
Since I had the honor to write to your Excelcy the 4th Instant from Hartford I hastened to this place to forward on to your Excellency’s order the Shoes, Hose and Blankets from this place. Col: Smith the D.Q. Mr General was promised Waggons yesterday, but they could not be obtained; this day without fail I believe will set off all the Shoes (about 7000) in Store, the Hose and Blankets so soon...
Letter not found: from George Measam, 19 Oct. 1778. Measam wrote GW on 20 Oct. : “In my last of yesterday I advised your Excellency that I had sent off nearly all the Blankets in this Store 6 Bales and a Hhd remaining.”
In my last of yesterday I advised your Excellency that I had sent off nearly all the Blankets in this Store 6 Bales and a Hhd remaining; But upon examination there proves to be 1482 as pr this Invoice, besides sufficient to complete your order to Colonel Alden’s Lt Col: Butler of the 4th Pennsyla and Major Posey’s Corps; and a very few remain which will come on in the next. I have endeavoured...
I have the honour of Your two favours of the 27th Instant; their contents shall be particularly attended to, but the particular number of each Colour cannot at this time be assertained, for this reason; they are not yet all arrived from Boston, I mean not all that part that were at Portsmouth, but are expected very shortly. I have the Honor to inclose your Excellency a Return of the Cloathing...
I take this first opportunity to represent to your Excellency the Number of Men each Regiment in General Gates’s Division has been returned for Cloathing, and which the General has been pleased to Order me to Deliver Cloathing to, agreeable to the proportion Cited in Your Excellencys Letter of the 27 Ulto, this may serve to prevent any part of them drawing again in Your Camp and is as follows...
Letter not found: from George Measam, 1 Dec. 1778. On 14 Dec., GW wrote Measam : “I received your two letters of the 1st and 4th Inst. this morning.”
Letter not found: from George Measam, 4 Dec. 1778. On 14 Dec., GW wrote Measam : “I received your two letters of the 1st and 4th Inst. this morning.”
Your Excellency’s Letter of the 14th Ulto I had the Honor to receive, but not ’till the 31st. I now inclose a Return of the Cloathing on hand, by which your Excellency will see the particular number of overalls in store, including some that are on the road from Boston of which I have an Invoice. I really am deficient in Comprehension whether your Excellency means I shall keep a proportion of...