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As the Motions of The Enemy, & the Opperations of the Ensuing Campaign, renders it indispensibly...
I find the Works well advanced but not in a State of Defence—The Teems allotted to them have been...
The party opposite to us on the Jersey Side are at Work on the Mountain and will soon have the...
I have this Minute receivd a Letter from Mr Gerry at Norwalk on his Way to Boston, with the...
By an Express from Col. Tupper I am informd that two of his Captains have been up to reconnoitre...
Agreeable to your Order, by Col. Reeds Letter, I have directed Col. Holden to march with his 3...
As the period is fast approaching when part of this Army will stand released from their...
Letter not found: to Brig. Gen. Thomas Mifflin, 24 Nov. 1776. On 26 Nov. Mifflin wrote to GW :...
At 10 O’Clock last Evening I receivd your Letter of the 24th Inst: and will make proper...
The enclosd I have this Minute reced from an Express sent by my Order to Genl Cadwalader—The...
Some pieces of Intelligence renders it necessary for you to March your Troops immediately to this...
The Season is approachg when We shall have Use for Tents; You will therefore pay particular...
The several Points mentioned in your Last Letter have been attended to. I gave to Col. Knox an...
I had the Honor to write to you from Philadelphia at which place I was detaind near three Weeks...
I have not, till now, had time to answer Yrs of the 4th Inst. My Sentiments respecting the...
I had the Honor to write to you by General Gates and since that Time by Express—My last enclosed...
Morristown [ New Jersey ] March 11, 1777. Orders preparations for approaching campaign. Mifflin...
I have not had the pleasure of hearing from you since yours of the 13 Feby inclosing a Number of...
Matters, that could not admit the least delay, have so much engaged my Attention since I had the...
This Evening I was honord with Your Letter of the 11th Inst. The Ammunition Wagons and others go...
I very sincerely congratulate you upon your late promotion. The purport of this Letter is...
I was a few days ago favoured with yours of the 9th instant from Reading, and am glad to find,...
From every peice of intelligence which we have lately recd, it appears that the Enemy are making...
Our Loss of Seventeen hundred Tents at Danbury will, I fear, prove of bad Consequence to the...
I was this morning favoured with yours of the 13th by Colo. Malmady. I have written to Mr Hughes,...
Mr Hancock has directed me to inform you that upon the Request of several Members of Congress,...
From your Letter of the 13th, and my answer of the 15th I expected, you would have been in Camp...
I observe, by the late regulation of the Quarter Master General’s department, that the...
I am favoured with yours of the 27th giving me an account of the Tents that have been delivered...
This will be deliver’d you by Major Lutterlow. He informs me that He has serv’d in the German...