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I have the Honor to inclose your Excellency a Copy of my Letter to the President of Congress from...
By Doctor Craik I had the honour to write a few lines to your Excellency & having now nothing new...
I have the honour to inform your Excellency that the part of Colo. Jacksons who were here marched...
I was honor’d with your Excellency’s Favor of the 24th Inst. late last Night. That Part of...
Major Gibbs marched with Sprouts Regiment yesterday morning very early—Having furnished him with...
I find that Sprout’s will not be able to march off much more than Three hundred Effective Rank &...
As a peace Establishment is I hear to take place, and as I feel an inclination to serve my...
In consequence of your Excellency’s letter received yesterday, I have ordered Colonel Sprouts...
I am just now honour’d with your Excellency’s favour of the 13th & shall take the measures...
I was honored with your Excellency’s favour of the 16th instant yesterday. The Judge Advocate...
The Troops encamped within Two Miles of this Town on Saturday where They remain still, for having...
The troops halted at this place last night and are now crossing the river for Philadelphia....
I arrived yesterday with the Troops within some Miles of this Place where They will halt until...
The inclos’d Resolution of Congress has been just now handed me & the Express sets off in a...
The Troops arrived at this place last night and commenced their march at three this morning—The...
I have delayd answering your Excellency’s favour in reply to mine requesting leave of absence...
By letters I have received I find it very necessary to my affairs to repair to Boston as soon as...
Agreeable to Your Excellency’s Orders, we the undersigned met at Ellisons, and took into...
I am surprized at being reported to your Excellency in the manner I have been by major general...
If the ultimate End arriv’d at by the Enemy in sending out Fishing Parties from our Prisoners in...
The first Quere your Excellency has been pleas’d to submit to the consideration of your Generals...
I inclose your Excellency a letter from Lt Colo. Fernald in behalf of Captain Marshall, his...
Your Excellency having been pleased in your letter to major-general Heath of the 17th instant to...
Late last night my unabating Efforts obtain’d me a sum of money which tho’ not perhaps quite...
Accept my Dear General my warmest Congratulations on the Glorious Events which have taken place &...
One of my friends in Congress having informed me that the Delegates of the State of Georgia had...
Every circumstance militates to confirm me in opinion that your Excellency intends marching with...
The Inconvenience that must arise to service by retarding the Works necessary to our aking he...
I have a Letter from an Agent who says that the Troops on Lloyd’s Neck were under marching...
I have just received the inclos’d Letters. I think the measures taken by Colo. Scammel are all...