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His Excellency wishes for the pleasure of your Company at dinner to day, if you are not...
If the Boats which were with the Army, have not yet been brought on to Kings-Ferry, His...
I am commanded by His Excellency to inform you that there is a considerable quantity of Flour now...
In the absence of Colonel Hamilton, His Excellency opened your Letter of this day, and directs me...
His Excellency thinks it will not be necessary under the present state of affairs to advertize...
I have it in charge from the Commander in Chief to acknowledge the receipt of your two letters of...
Mr Gamble reports there are 800 Barrels of flour at Morris Town, and 200 at Ringwood—Tho the...
His Excellency requests you will be pleased to send an Express to the Marquis LaFayettes Quar....
It is the Order of the Commander in Chief, that you furnish Hospital Tents & other Articles for...
It having been found necessary to reestablish a Chain of Expresses from Head Quarters to Rhode...
His Excellency wishes to be informed what success has attended the Measures taken for the...
The present season being very favorable to the transportation of Logs for raffts to support the...
The Commander in Chief wishes to know, what Teams you have prepared to go with the Canadian...
I am commanded by His Excellency to forward the enclosed Letters from Genl Heath and Major Reese,...
In order to answer the Questions stated in your Memorandum to me respecting Tents, His Excellency...
The Commander in Chief having determined to seize the first moment, after the Troops have taken...
There is a french Officer returning Express from Boston to Philadelphia, who wants Horses to...
The General is decidedly of opinion one Guide will be sufficient to be retained in service on the...
There appear to be a number of Men belonging to the 1st New York Regt who wish to go to Albany...
I have laid Your Letter of this day before his Excellency, who directs me to inform You that he...
I have received your report respecting the Teams and presented it to His Excellency, who directs...
I have by direction of His Excellency to inform you—that Report has been made to him, the new...
The General entreats you will not remit your endeavours to have the Horses for the Artillery...
The Commander in Chief has made an alteration in the disposition of the Brigades on the left of...
His Excellency has received such intelligence as induces him, to direct the preparations, which...
The Commander in Chief wishes it may be ascertained this day, how many Boats are, or may be...
The Officer or Non Commissioned Officer commanding the Detachment of the Marichausie Corps now...
I have spoken to His Excellency—He has no objections to your going to Newborough for two or three...