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The chain at West-Point has already suffered considerably by the rust, and will be daily growing...
It is now time to deposit at West-Point as much wood as will be necessary for the use of the...
On the receipt of your Excellency’s letter of the 6th instant relative to the measures necessary...
You was pleased to ask my opinion of the military establishments proper to be adopted by the...
The Brigadiers and commanding officers of Brigades have reconnoitred the environs of the...
In answer to the questions in your note of this date, you will be pleased to inform the commander...
In answer to your favour of this date just handed me, relative to the standards for the army, I...
The committee of Congress on the late regulations for the quarter master’s department, on account...
I have received from my Counsel in Woolsey’s action, a special bail piece, which he says I with...
By the Bills brought in to my office in some cases, I find very large quantities of wood burnt by...
The conductor whom I sent to Albany with blankets for Colo. Willet’s regiment is returned. He...
The inclosed estimate is calculated on the supposition that the army under your Excellency’s...
To-day major Campbell handed me a letter from General Knox relative to the collecting of timber...
I received yesterday your Excellency’s letter of the 27th inst. directing the estimates for the...
Your Excellency had but just left my quarters, this evening, when a deputy sheriff of Ulster...
FC ( NA : War Department Collection of Revolutionary War Records, Vol. 85, fol. 295–96)....
Last evening I received your Excellency’s letter of the 14th with its two inclosures. Mrs...
The inclosed letter I received last evening. Your Excellency will readily judge I cannot avoid...
Capt. Palmer, an old seaman, has examined Murderers Creek to find a place suitable for hauling up...
Capt. Walker has shewn me a letter of this date from Genl Gates to your Excellency, representing...
To render it practicable to support the horses indispensably necessary with the army, I beg leave...
The left wing of the army, commencing its march at seven o’clock to morrow morning, will proceed...
Agreeably to your Excellency’s directions, being accompanied by Colo. Swift, Colo. H. Jackson and...
I have more than once conversed with you on the subject of the army’s moving below; and expressed...
Since your Excellency spoke to me yesterday relative to the movement of the army,I have more...
Agreeably to the General orders already issued the troops are getting the wood destined for West...
your favour of this date is just handed to me. The axes are all ground & part helved; the residue...
In obedience to the General Orders of yesterday, I have made the following distribution of the...
I have some bills of exchange drawn by Mr. Morris on John Swanwick, which I am authorized to...
The prices at which forage would be furnished thro’ the agent of the state of New-York (as...