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I take the Liberty to do myself the honor to enclose to your Excellency a Letter which I have just received from Colo. Armand who has express’d a great inclination, if agreable to you, to have Major Daniel Lyman my eldest Aide de Camp advanced to the Lieutenant Colonelcy of his regiment, which is now vacant. I should with much reluctance part with Major Lyman from my family, but, if this...
I do myself the honor to Send your Excellency one Sugden a Deserter from the 33rd British Regt who left verplanks Point the day before yesterday. Colo. Putnam has gone down this morning to reconnoitre the Enemys Posts as Soon as he returns which I do not expect will be before tomorrow, report shall be made to your Excellency. In conversation the last evening with Some of the Principle officers...
The daily arrival of recruits from the eastward has so filled the barracks that more cannot be received into them without crowding them so close as to endanger their health. We have no expedient, but that of putting one regiment or part of a regiment from each of the brigades in the garrison into tents—I fear it is too early to take the step; but do not see how it can be avoided. I have...
I am just honored with yours of the 26th instant. Shall prepare to set out for the Army as soon as possible. The conduct of Major General Arnold is astonishing. I think it a kind interposition of Heaven that his traiterous designs were so seasonably discovered. A Frigate arrived here the last night from France by the way of the West Indies. I apprehend Genl Rochambeau will give your Excellency...
I have the honor to enclose a Letter this moment received from Major General Howe. would beg the favor that it might be returned after your Excellency may [be] done with it. I have the honor to be with the greatest respect your Excellencys most obedient Servt ADfS , MHi : Heath Papers. Heath most likely enclosed Maj. Gen. Robert Howe’s letter to him dated 6 Aug. from the “Camp on Keelers...
I some Time Since Reported, that Colonels Prescott & Phinny, had Chosen the Revd Mr Foster for the Chaplin of those Regiments This Choice is but Temporary as it is at Present Uncertain whether Mr Foster Can be absent from his Own Parrish for more than a month or Two, I now beg leave further to report that Colonels Greaton & Baldwin have made Choice of the Revd Mr Barnum for the Chaplin of...
I have been honored with yours of the 15th instant. In mine of the 17th I mentioned that the board of war had desired me not to issue the clothing until your Excellency’s directions were given. I have not heard a word from them on the subject since. The troops are in a most distressed situation. I have directed each regiment to prepare a work-shop for its taylors, and the materials are now...
I am just honored with yours of the 2d Instant—I address’d your Excellency on the 22d Ultimo, and requested Your direction in several instances therein mentioned. in Yours of the 2d you are pleased to acknowledge the Receipt of mine of the 25th and 28th ultimo, but make no mention of that of the 22d—which leaves me at uncertainty whether my letter reached you or not, or whether an answer is on...
The State of the river, and of the roads forbid me the honor of waiting on you at New Windsor. ever Since I had the honor of seeing your Excellency here I have been impatiently waiting to hear from the Troops below, but have not received a Syllable. A British Firing was heard on Sunday morning, and again this morning. The roads are so exceedingly bad that Intelligence can not be expected so...
Permit me to Congratulate your Excellency on the Signal Success of the Continental Frigates Warren, Ranger and Queen of Fran[c]e in Captureing the British Ship Jason Capt. Potterfield of 20 Guns, Ship Maria of 16 Guns Brigts Patriot, Prince Fredrick, Batchelor and John schooners Hibernia and Chance Bound from New York to Georgia with large Quantities of Goods Stores Provisions &c. on Board...