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Your Excellency’s of the 17th inclosing one to Col. Willet came duely to hand, and the enclosure...
‘Tis a very great mortification to me to find my Feet are in such a Condition this Morning as to...
After examining and Compareing all the different Caracters that have come into my mind as proper...
In Considering the Several Matters laid before the Council of General Officers by Your Excellency...
I have had the honor to receive your Excellencys Letter of the 18th Instant—that part of my...
Memorandums for immediate Consideration If it should be found to be true that the Enemy’s armed...
I had the honor to write your Excellency by Lt Col. Dehart who went of this morning to the Jersey...
I am Just returned from Visiting the Lower & Upper Closter Landings, I find there will be no...
The Storm yester d ay prevented my leaveing Rhynbeck ’till this morning; It however has been no...
Agreeable to your Excellency’s public orders of this day, I have (with Colo. Swift, one of the...
Agreable to the liberty your Excellency has given me, I now send you some thoughts which have...
On the 19th of February last I stated to General Heath by Letter, the Objections made by General...
I most sincerely congratulate your Excellency on the glorious victory you have obtain’d over the...
I have now the satisfaction to inform your Excellency that the two Regiments of New hampshire...
Being on a Visit to the posts we occupy on the Mohawks River; and detained by a Severe Snow Storm...
the frequent use of Division and Brigade Courts Martial is distressing to the officers of the...
I had the honor of writeing your Excly the 7th Instant by the post; since which nothing material...
The last post came in so late in the day, that he was off again before I knew of his arrival;...
Yesterday evening the Legislature of this State finished the Bill for Setting the depreciation of...
Your Excellency Letter of this date I have received, and shall immediately give the orders...
You may be assured that the Enemy have not altered their Situation since we attacked them in the...
I am honored with your Excellency letter of the 11th and have enquired of Mr Quackenbush the...
By the enclosed letter from Colonel Willet and the resolve of Congress accompanying it your...
In Obedience to your Excellency’s request in Council the 6th Instant, I now give you my Opinion...
I have this day Recd a Letter from Governor Clinton informing me that the Levies rais’d by the...
After experiencing a Variety of unnessesary delay’s from usual tricks in the Q.M.G.’s department,...
Just as I was Setting out this Morning to Join your Excellency I had Intelligence that the Enemy...
I am honor’d with your Excellency letter of the 30th Ulto. am happy to find that the Military...
I had the honor of writeing to your Excellency on the 23d Instant by Major Popham Since which I...
I am honor’d with your Excellencys letter of the 9th Instant. Since mine to your Excy of the 6th...
The Guard Boats to rendezvous at Dobbs Ferry. They should not go down from thence untill about...
The Several points which your Excellency laid before the Councils of General Officers the 6th of...
I am honor’d by the Rect of your Excellencys Letter of the 30th Ulto; and have given the...
I am honored with your Excellency letter of the 25th. To find that the measures I have been...
Since my Letter to your Excellency of the 2nd Instant five Companies of the Rhode Island Regiment...
At a meeting of a board of Genl Officers held the 4th July 1780 pursuant to a General Order of...
In consequence of your Excellencies Orders of the 12th of June last we have arrang’d the relative...
Majr Genl Greene Is under present appearances, for discontinuing our preparations against New...
I am honor’d with your Excellencys letter of the 13th and you may depend on it that the Arms,...
On the 16th I was honord with the receipt of your Excellency’s letter of the 9th with the...
Summary of the opinion of the General Officers upon the propriety of attacking New York in the...
The board of Officers Appointed to examine into the principles of the late Arrangement of the...
In order to answer the several Questions Stated by your Excellency on the 15th it will be...
At a board of general Officers of the american Army held at camp near Dobbs’ ferry August the 2....