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Some little time ago Capt. Gunn formerly an officer in the horse sent me a challenge to fight him...
Mr Watson by whom this will be handed you having some things for you brought with him from...
My ill health and the distressing situation of my private affairs for some time past has claimed...
Since I wrote you by Col. Henley I took a ride to Boston to try my strength and see how traveling...
Your two letters of the 20th and 27th of March both came safe to hand. My indisposition is such I...
I had the pleasure of receiving your letter of the 28th of December last, and having had the...
I return your Excellency many thanks for your polite letter accompanying the resolution of...
Several Officers belonging to the Southern Army have made application to me to use my interest...
I am this far on my way to the Northward and should have had the happiness of seeing you before...
When I wrote you last I did not expect to address you from this place again; but Col. Carrington...
The bearer of this Mr Clarke was an inhabitant of the City of Philadelphia and went off with the...
I have received an order, since your Excellencys letter of the 18th May from the War office, and...
I am now sick with a fever and almost blind with sore Eyes. I only write this Leter to apoligize...
I beg leave to Congratulate your Excellency upon the returning smiles of peace, and the happy...
I have the honor to inclose Your Excellency a Return of the Army for the month of March. I am...
Persuaded that your Excellency, would wish to have good information upon every subject, before...
I have been honor’d with your Excellencys despatches of the 18th of December, and 29th of...
I do myself the honor to enclose your Excellency the returns of the Southern Army for the Month...
I do myself the honor to inclose your Excellency a copy of my letter to Congress containing an...
I have taken the liberty to inclose to your Excellencys care a number of family letters from Mrs...
I doubt not your Excellency expected to hear of the evacuation of Charles Town long before this....
Inclosed I have the honor to transmit Your Excellency a Return for the Month of November of the...
I have the honor to enclose your Excellency the returns of this Army for the Month of October. In...
I am much obliged by your Excellency’s long and communicative letters of the 9th of July and 6th...
Since I wrote your Excellency a day or two ago Lt Colo. Laurens has been killed in an Action on...
From present appearances and what is past one would be led to conclude the enemy mean to change...
Inclosed I send your Excellency a duplicate of my letter of the 12th Inst. As it is necessary you...
I have great reason to believe as well from appearances as from the enemy’s declarations that...
My letter of the 7th Ulto covering the returns of the army, I hope has been safely delivered....
Benjamin Cattle Esquire an inhabitant of South Carolina lately in the Continental Army and one of...
I have the honor to transmit Your Excellency the monthly return of the Army under my command. I...
I had the honor of informing your Excellency in a letter of the 19th instant that a dangerous...
Fortune seems to smile upon the perseverence of Great Britain, Count de Grass’s defeat mentioned...
I am just favored with your Excellency’s letter of the 18th of March. I wrote you in my letter of...
I was honoured by your Excellency’s letter of the 2d Ulto two days since. The enemy continue in...
General St Clair being on the return to the northward affords me an opportunity to inform your...
Your Excellency’s Letters of the 26th of January, and 18th of February have both been received....
Being informed by Major Burnet that the arrangement of the several Lines of the Southern States...
I wrote your Excellency the 8th of February since which I am without your favor. In my last I...
Your Ecellency’s letter of the 29th of December, came to hand yesterday. The reinforcement you...
Since I wrote your Excellency on the 9th of December, I have been favored with your dispatches of...
Inclosed is a copy of my letter to Congress which contains all material matters of occurrence...
I receivd your very affectionate letter dated before York. Your approbation of my conduct affords...
Your affectionate letter of the 15th ultimo by Mr Mathews was this moment handed me. I thank you...
Your Excellency’s letters of the 16th, 24th and 30th of October containing an account of the...
I beg leave to congratulate your Excellency upon the glorious and important success of your Army....
Within a few days, I have received from General Smallwood, the arrangement of the Maryland line;...
My last letter was dated at Charlotte & forwarded by Lieut. Coll Lee; since which I have received...
Your Excellency’s letter of the 4th Sept. dated at Philadelphia I have had the honor to receive....
Major Giles who served with General Morgan as an Aid in the battle of the Cowpens is desirous of...