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Remarks on the Resolution of Congress of the 25th February 1780—requiring each State to furnish...
It gives me the greatest pain to hear the murmurs and complaints among the officers for the want...
Inclosd is a letter from Mr Levi Hollingsworth relative to the situation of the Stores in that...
I wrote your Excellency the 8th of February since which I am without your favor. In my last I...
Inclosed is a copy of my letter to Congress which contains all material matters of occurrence...
Your Excellencys favor of the 24th I had the honor of receiving last Evening. I dind yesterday...
General Wayne wrote me last Evening that all his troops had crost over the River Delaware into...
Philadelphia is an object of such magnitude, the prejudices of the People in the surrounding...
While I was in philadelphia, I wrote your Excellency, that I had little prospect of being able,...
In obedience to the orders given us we have met & deliberated upon the several matters referred...
I have examind the prisoners and find them to be a poor parcel of Ignorant Cowardly fellows. Two...
I am just favored with your Excellency’s letter of the 18th of March. I wrote you in my letter of...
New York, 18 May 1776 . Have investigated the claims of two officers to fill “the Vacant post of...
I do myself the honor to inclose Your Excellency a return of the Troops under my command, and...
Major Burnet and Col. Dehart has just returnd from the Equacanock [Pequannock] and say that there...
I find in yesterdays orders I am directed to attend the Board of General Offic⟨ers⟩ for settleing...
Inclosed I send your Excellency a letter from Colo. Hay covering some conditions proposed by the...
The position which Lord Sterling and Col. Abeel wrote such a flattering account about, has...
Prospect Hill, 21 February 1776 . Mr Davids has been chosen chaplain for Varnum’s and Bond’s...
2 March 1776 . “I visited the . . . Guards in the left and Center Division and . . . found all...
In my despatches of the 29th Ultimo, I did myself the honor to acquaint your Excellency with the...
Inclosd is a Letter receivd last Evening from Mr Patterson. The contents are not the most...
Benjamin Cattle Esquire an inhabitant of South Carolina lately in the Continental Army and one of...
By an Express from Major Clarke stationed at Dobbs ferry I find the Enemy are encampt right...
Inclosed is a copy of my Letter to Congress containing an account of the operations of the...
Inclosed is the answer of Major Brewan respecting erecting a Gallery for the review. In better...
From present appearances and what is past one would be led to conclude the enemy mean to change...
Inclosed I have the honor to transmit Your Excellency a Return for the Month of November of the...
Inclos’d I send your Excellency a copy of a letter from Mr Thompson, Waggon Master General,...
I am sorry it has not been in my power to give your Excellency an earlier answer to your letter...