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Be it known to all persons to whom these presents shall come, that I, George Washington ,...
Know Ye, that reposing special Trust and Confidence in the Abilities and Integrity of Frederick...
As I shall have occasion to remove Colo. Rawlins’s Corps from Fort Frederick in Maryland, (where...
The enclosure, contained in Colo. Henleys letter to me (which with the letter itself is...
Colo. Pickering will attend to the Suggestion of Mr McHenry, & then Return the letter, directed...
As I cannot, without peculiar inconvenience to my private concerns, remain in this City beyond...
I wish to know whether General Du Portail has made any Arrangements with you respecting Planks...
Did Mr Liston furnish the letter you asked of him, in favor of Cap: Talbots agency, to the West...
Your letter of the 12th Ulto came duly to hand, but the expectation that Congress would rise...
In the public letter which accompanies this you will receive such instructions for your conduct...
If the detachment now forming, pursues its object, it will be a strong additional motive against...
The last Mail brought me your favour of the 24th instant, covering a letter from General...
To the Quarter Master General, or Deputy Qr Mr with the Army. In all cases on the present march,...
You have been directed to furnish the Commanding Officer of the Boats with materials for muffling...
This is merely intended to let you know that, your two letters, the one official, the other...
The enclosed Instructions for Mr Ellicot (as now amended) are approved—I was out when they came,...
I wrote to you from Saratoga on the 26th Ulto to have all the Boats fit to be used in the western...
Since writing to you a few days ago, I have been favoured with your letters of the 26th and 30th...
Your letters of the 24th of the last, and 2d of the present Month, have been duly received; for...
Herewith you will receive my signature to the Commission appointing Samuel Williams of...
There was never any regular formation of the department of Geographer to the Army, but to the...
Your private letters of the 19th, 19th, and 20th instant have been duly received. The request of...
Your letter of the 27th ulto is received. I am sorry Mr De Witt, from the competency of his...
You will please to take immediate measures to dissolve the chain of Dragoons, and discharge the...
I shall set out in a day or two for Rhode Island. The command in my absence will devolve upon...
The bad state of affairs in your Department, is such as makes your presence indispensably...
You will be pleased to have the Flat Boats which are in James River mounted upon Carriages as...
If there be any thing yet to do , which can with propriety be done, towards fulfilling the...
Your letter of the 27th instant was received by the last Post to Alexandria. I thank you for the...
At the conclusion of my public employments, I have thought it expedient to notice the publication...