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This Morning your Express arrived with an Account of the interesting Events which have taken...
We have, at length, got the Ministerial Troops in this Quarter on Ship board. Our possessing...
The great Changes which have taken Place with you will I doubt scarcely leave you Time to read a...
Since my last, things remain nearly in Statu-quo—the Enemy have the best nack at puzling People I...
General Howe has a grand Manouvre in view—or—has made an inglorious retreat. Yesterday Evening...
By the Express which I sent to Philadelphia a few days ago I wrote you a few hasty lines —I have...
Letter not found: from Lieutenant Colonel Joseph Reed, 13 April 1776. On 15 April GW wrote to...
Your favour of the 13th was this Instt put into my hands—scarce time enough to acknowledge, the...
Letter not found: from Lieutenant Colonel Joseph Reed, 18 April 1776. In a letter to Reed of 23...
I have been favourd with several of your Letters since I came to this place, some of them indeed...