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Your kind & truly obliging Favour of the 28th Ult. came safely to Hand, & the oftener I peruse it the more fully sensible I am of the Justice & Importance of its Contents. I do not know by what Means the expected Assistance from France has been procured, but it will certainly give a Complexion to the Alliance in future accordy to the Reception it meets with here. I should be very apprehensive...
Letter not found: from Lieutenant Colonel Joseph Reed, 16 Nov. 1775. On 27 Nov. GW wrote to Reed : “Your Letter of the 16th by Post now lyes before me.”
Letter not found: from Lieutenant Colonel Joseph Reed, 18 April 1776. In a letter to Reed of 23 April , GW refers to “your Letter of the 18th.”
Letter not found: from Joseph Reed, 18 Nov. 1777. In a letter written to GW at “½ past 9 oClock” p.m. on this date, Reed refers to an earlier letter that he had written to GW “this Afternoon.”
Letter not found: from Joseph Reed, 12 June 1777. In his letter to Reed of 23 June , GW says that “Your favors of the 12th and 18th Instt are both before me.”
You will before this reaches you be informed that the Enemy quitted their Post last Evening. of Consequence the Attempt failed. the best Account I can get of it, is that Genl Howe with his principal officers came over yesterday reconnoitred the Ground which they were busily fortifying—they immediately ceased working began to embark & continued it till Sunset when the last went over. They then...
After the Services, Sufferings & Anxieties of the Winter 1776 I little expected that Persons would be selected as the Season of my greatest Reprsent that I should stand publickly charged with not only meditating but actually expressing Intentions of deserting to the Enemy: Yet, Sir, so it is not mere News Paper Abuse or transient Report but actually countenanced & supported by a Person of some...
Since I had the Honour of writing to you from Philada I have seen Mr Cox & made the Proposal to him mentioned in your last Favour —I took no Notice of Rank as if he did not wish for the Office of Commissary it would not be worth while to touch that String. He expressd many Thanks for your polite Attention to him but declined the Office as being unconnectd with any Corps & out of all Line of...
Letter not found: from Lieutenant Colonel Joseph Reed, 17 Nov. 1775. On 28 Nov. GW wrote to Reed : “Your favours of the 15th & 17th are come to hand.”
Letter not found: from Lieutenant Colonel Joseph Reed, 2 Dec. 1775. On 15 Dec. GW wrote to Reed : “I have had the pleasure of receiving your Favours of the 28th Ulto and 2d Instt.”