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To digest a perfect plan of operations, of the magnitude of those proposed by Your Excellency,...
I arrived here early this morning, and immediately set myself to execute the matters I had in...
I have just returnd here from Trenton which place I left last evening, at which time there had...
Estimate of shells, shot and powder, for thirty days firing. Shells 10 — 10 inch mortars - each...
Return of Shells, Shot and Powder, in possession of the Continent, and the places where they are...
I take the Liberty to transmit to Your Excellency the enclosed return, by which You may be...
Yesterday I received Your Excellency’s directions, not to lose a moments time in bringing forward...
In consequence of your Excellency’s directions to me of the 15th instant, to have the cannon and...
Mr Faesh is so deeply impres’d, with a beleif, that the disafected, will set fire to his furnace,...
The great demand we probably shall have for musket cartridges in the present campaign must induce...
I have not received the returns of the receipts, and stores of Arms lately, therefore I cannot...
I have no objection to Captain Wools resignation. DNA : RG 93—Manuscript File. The Bearer Capt....
I have endevor’d attentively to consider the several propositions, resulting from the State of...
I have received a letter from Lt Colonel David Mason, superintendent of the laboratory of...
Monsieur Garranger has sollicited me to write to Your Excellency in his behalf. This gentleman...
In the council of war held on the 31 ulto, Your Excellency did your general officers the honor to...
I take the liberty to state, for your Excellency’s consideration and decision, the case of two...
A doubt having arisen respecting the mode of appointing officers of artillery under the new...
Ordnance and Military Stores necessary for the campaign of 1781 Muskets of the latest and most...
In pursuance of Your Excellency’s instructions to me, dated the 7th ulto, I proceeded to the...
I have received the communication of your Excellency’s intentions the next campaign, with...
Estimate of Ordnance, Ammunition, &ca necessary for an operation against the City of New York, by...
A list of the ordnance and principal stores for which Lt Col. Stevens is directed to apply to the...
To subsist an Army well, requires the utmost attention and exertion. Unless an Army is properly...
There being no established principles to govern the appointments to the vacancies of officers in...
Agreeably to Your Excellency’s directions to me, Mr Garranger was ordered to West Point, to give...
Mr Ruddock, Deputy Commissary of Military Stores, at Fishkill, has handed me an order from the...
Agreable to your Excellencys orders, we have consider’d of an arrangement of Colonel Baldwins...
I received your Excellencys favor of this Day enclosing Genl Cornells letter of the 24th ultimo...
I was at West point to day where I had the honor to receive your Excellencys favor of Yesterday....
I came to this place to day to take your Excellency’s ultimate directions when the Park should...
Account of the Ordnance which will be attached to the American Army in the intended operations to...
I have just received my dear General an inaccurate report of the Cannon & Mortars which are in...
Ordnance and Stores prepared for the Southern Detatch ments Brass— 5 1/2 inch Howitzers— 4...
By a letter from Colonel DAboville commanding the french Artillery in Virginia it appears there...
We arrived here yesterday a few Minutes after twelve. The british Commissioners have not yet...
We received your Excellency’s Letter of the fourteenth this Morning, previous to the Receipt of...
We did ourselves the honor to write to your Excellency from Elizabeth-Town on the 16th instant,...
Colo. Smith delivered your Excellency’s Letter of the twenty eighth, between four and five...
We are here yet, but have brought our business to no kind of conclusion. We have detained Colonel...
General Forman (who is now on his way to you with a Representation on the Hanging of Captain...
As it is probable that our report of this date may after having been transmitted to Congress come...
I received your Excellency’s letter of the 10th instant, enclosing an extract of Governor...
I have received your Excellencys favor of the 4th instant. The Artillery men and Artificers at...
Deeply impressed with the importance of West Point to the existence of the United States, I have,...
Estimate of horses and oxen, necessary to remove the Park of Artillery and its appendages from...
The General officers who were directed by your Excellency to view the most proper place on West...
Enclos’d is my opinion, which I transmitted to the secretary at War, respecting the number of...
Enclosed is a state of the case of a Mr Corney. Gen. McDougall speaks well of him, as a person of...
I have seen your Excellencys favor of this date directed to General McDougall, and myself. For my...