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Letter not found: from Lieutenant Colonel Joseph Reed, 28 Nov. 1775. On 15 Dec. GW wrote to Reed : “I have had the pleasure of receiving your Favours of the 28th Ulto and 2d Instt.”
I was honoured with yours of the 29th May ⅌ Express & take the first Oppy to express my sincere & grateful Acknowledgments of the Favour intended me by appointing me to the Command of the Horse. The Difficulties which have arisen in Congress, the Time, Manner & Circumstances under which the Appointment as General Officer has been made so as to enable me to profit by your Favour, added to the...
Permit me to mingle my sincere Congratulations with the general Applause on the late glorious Success of the Army under your Excellencys immediate Command. I trust you will not suspect me of Flattery when I assure you that I think the Wisdom of the Plan, the Secrecy of the Movements & Gallantry in Execution will hand Down the whole to Posterity as equal to those celebrated Enterprizes which...
Letter not found: from Lieutenant Colonel Joseph Reed, 20 Jan. 1776. On 31 Jan. GW wrote to Reed : “I have now to thank you for your favours of the 15th 16th & 20th Instt.”
I am desired by the Supreme Executive Council, to transmit to your Excellency, the inclosed Memorial from the Officers of Colonel Proctors Artillery. They importunately press for an answer, but the Council have declined it, untill they could be favoured with your advice and opinion. The Officers have this day intimated that if not redressed they propose to resign we can not approve the...
Letter not found: from Lieutenant Colonel Joseph Reed, 28 Jan. 1776. On 10 Feb. GW wrote to Reed : “Your obliging favours of the 28th Ulto & 1st Instt are now before me.”
Letter not found: from Joseph Reed, 7 Dec. 1778. On 12 Dec., GW wrote Reed : “Your favor of the 7th Instt by Mr Laurens came to my hands a day or two ago.”
Letter not found: from Lieutenant Colonel Joseph Reed, 21 Jan. 1776. In a letter of 1 Feb. to Reed, GW referred to “your favour of the 21st.”
I beg Leave to introduce to you Mr Sheill a Gentleman whose Enthusiasm in the American Cause has led him to this Country with a very considerable Fortune. Being disappointed in his Expectations of visiting the Camp in a military Capacity he wishes for an Oppy to pay his Respects to your Excellency as a private Gentleman. Having dismiss’d the Militia collected the Military Stores & transferr’d...
The Council of this state, have been favoured with your Excellencys letter of the seventeenth Instant proposing to regulate the Intercourse between the inhabitants of these states, and the enemy at New York, so as that flag boats may pass at stated periods only. In answer to which, I have now the honor to acquaint your Excellency that this Board entirely approve thereof, and as soon as the...