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Pursuant to Your Excellency’s Direction I have directed the Commanding Officers of the Companies...
Recommend Stephen Keyes “A Young Gentleman from Connecticutt . . . as a person of Education,...
Letter not found: from Brig. Gen. Samuel Holden Parsons, 2 Nov. 1776. The Continental Congress on...
According to your Excellency’s Permission I came into this State the 22nd of Jany to give what...
Yesterday I recd yrs of the 3d Inst. Since Genl Heath, by his retreat to White plains, has given...
Since I wrote to you on the 8th Int. I have been compelled from the spreading of the Small pox in...
since I came into this State I have been constantly employed in forwarding the Eight Battalions...
I have yours of the 10th instant, and thank you for the Attention you shew to the Completion of...
The Friends of Capt. Wells of Glassenbury in the State of Connectt have applied to me to procure...
having receivd Information that a Vessel was laden with Provisions in a Harbour on the East End...
I recd yours of the 19th Feby accompanied by one from Mr Jonathan Welles in behalf of his Nephew...
Since my last of the 23d Ulo I recd your Excellency’s Letters of the 8th 10th & 18th of Feby;...
I am favd with yours of the 23d February, & 6th March. So far from allowing the Goods brought off...
I hope to be able to send to your Excellency’s Assistance One Regiment of continental Troops by...
The Situation of our Affairs again compells me to call upon you in express, and positive Terms to...
My Letters of the 20th & 29th Ulto will convey evident proofs to you, of my extreme sollicitude...
some of The Troops of this State began their March to join the Army Yesterday. they probably will...
I have recd your Letters of the 6th 12th 20th & 29th of March. The first Detachment of the Troops...
Since mine of the 21st of March I have receivd your Excellency’s Letters of the 6th 12th 20th &...
Two detachments from the Regiments of this State have marchd for head Quarters, another will...
I am favd with yours of the 8th March, Those of the 4 & 6th likewise came duly to hand. I wish...
The Detachments marchd from the several Regiments in this State are less than I expected owing to...
I this morning received your favor of the 15th Instant. One of the Detachments you mention, I...
I receivd your Excellency’s Letter of the 19th of April & shall take every Possible Method for...
I have been favoured with your Letter of the 2nd Instt and am happy to hear, the order for...
The 5th Inst. I was honord with the Rect of your letter of the 23d of Aprl—I have order’d all the...
I have recd your’s of the 7th Inst. & have Ordrd all the Troop’s who have had the Small pox and...
I was favoured yesterday, with your Letter of the 11th Instt. I wrote Govr Trumbull fully, on the...
I have your favour of the 15th inclosing the order of your Governor, founded upon a Resolve of...
Since the 15th Inst. I have had no Returns by which I can give any further particular Information...
Your Letter of the 21st instt from New Haven came safe to hand by Colo: Henley to which mine of...
Having recd Information that the Enemy were collecting Forage, Horses &c. on the East End of Long...
I was just now favoured with your Letter of the 25th by Major Humphrys. The intelligence...
Middlebrook [ New Jersey ] June 1, 1777. Orders all troops not needed for the Long Island...
In mine of the 25th Ultimo, I consented to your detaining some of the Continental troops to...
I have not been much Us’d to ask Favors of your Excellency nor do I wish in any Instance to be...
I receivd your Excellency’s Letter’s of the 25th & 29th of May, Yr Excellency’s Approbation of...
The Part of my Brigade which were Present & Able to march have cros’d the River according to your...
I am favd with yours of the 14th by Maj. Humphry. I have consulted the Surgeon General upon the...
Col. S. Webb is apprehensive he has fallen under your Excellency’s Displeasure from the...
I am informed General Prescott who was made Prisoner last Week, is order’d to Windham; I think it...
Letter not found: to Brig. Gen. Samuel Holden Parsons, 17 July 1777. Parsons’s letter to GW of 16...
The Designs of the Enemy & the Importance of the Posts in the Various parts of the Country are...
Col. Webb’s falling into the Enemy’s Hands the 10th Inst. you have doubtless before this been...
Three days ago I received your favor of the 2⟨9th⟩ Ulto. I had heard before of Colo. Webbs...
I had the Honor of receiving your’s of the 16th of January, about Eight Days Since at this Place,...
I am favd with yours of the 18th Feby inclosing your remarks upon Colo. Drakes representation of...
I learn from undoubted authority that General Clinton Quarters in Captn Kenedys House in the city...
In a letter from Genl Putnam of the 13th ulto he informed me that there were two large Scows and...
The Writer of the Letter herewith transmitted you, is Chaplain of the Brigade under my Command:...