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Letters not found : from Robert Howe, 19 Aug. 1779. On 20 Aug., GW wrote Howe: “I have both your favs. of Yesterday.”
Letter not found : from Robert Howe, 16 Aug. 1779. On 17 Aug., GW wrote Howe: “I have also received your public letter of the 16th.”
Letter not found : from Robert Howe, 9 Sept. 1779. On 11 Sept., GW wrote Howe and acknowledged receipt of “yours of the 9th” that reported “the success of Major Tallmadges excursion.”
Letter not found : from Robert Howe, 21 Aug. 1779. On 24 Aug., GW wrote Howe: “I am this moment favoured with your two letters of yesterday, one public one private—and yesterday with that of the 21st.”
Letter not found : from Maj. Gen. Robert Howe, 19 June 1779. GW wrote Howe on 25 June: “I received, my Dear Sir, Your favour of the 19th yesterday.”
By Doctor Craik I had the honour to write a few lines to your Excellency & having now nothing new to communicate I only repeat that nothing shall be wanting to finish all matters here when I flatter myself it will appear that invention or delay have not been among my faults with Every Respect I am Dear Sir your Excellency’s most obt hum. servt DLC : Papers of George Washington.
Letter not found : from Robert Howe, 4 Aug. 1779. On 6 Aug., GW wrote Howe: “I yesterday received your favor of the 4th.”
Letter not found : from Robert Howe, 26 Sept. 1779. On 27 Sept., GW wrote Howe: “I have this instant received your private letter of yesterdays date.”
By letters I have received I find it very necessary to my affairs to repair to Boston as soon as possible; and therefore request of your Excellency that leave of absence you was so kind as to intimate you would in that case give me when I had the honor to speak to you upon the subject. I should have been glad the necessity of going had not occured; but since it has your indulgence will much...
Letter not found : from Robert Howe, 7 Aug. 1779. On 9 Aug., GW wrote Howe: “I have received your (private) letter of the 7th.”
Letters not found : from Robert Howe, 16 Oct. 1779. On 17 Oct., GW wrote Howe: “I was favd last Evening with your two letters of yesterday.”
Letters not found : from Robert Howe, 21 Oct. 1779. On 22 Oct., GW wrote Howe: “I have been duly favored with your two letters—both of the 21st” ( DLC:GW ).
Letter not found : from Robert Howe, 12 Sept. 1779. On 18 Sept., GW wrote Howe: “I recd yours of the 12th 14th and 15th.”
Letter not found : from Robert Howe, 14 Sept. 1779. On 18 Sept., GW wrote Howe: “I recd yours of the 12th 14th and 15th.”
Letters not found: from Maj. Gen. Robert Howe, 23 Oct. 1779. GW wrote Howe on 24 Oct.: “Both your favors of yesterday came to hand last Evening.”
Letter not found : from Robert Howe, 15 Sept. 1779. On 18 Sept., GW wrote Howe: “I recd yours of the 12th 14th and 15th.”
Letter not found : from Robert Howe, 11 Aug. 1779. On 12 Aug., GW wrote Howe acknowledging “your letter of the 11th inst.”
The Reasons assign’d by Docr Van horn for retiring give him the strongest claim to indulgence, and are such as justify him to his Brigade: it is our justice to him to day, that his Conduct as far as it has been within my Observation and from accounts I have had of it from very respectable Characters has been such as merits approbation and Entitles him to Respect. I am Sir With Great Respect...
Letters not found : from Robert Howe, 4 Sept. 1779. On 5 Sept., GW wrote Howe: “I have this morning been favd with your private and public letters of yesterday.”
Letter not found : from Robert Howe, 4 Oct. 1779. On 6 Oct., GW wrote Howe: “I have been duly favored with your two letters of the 4th & 5th inst.”
Letter not found: from Maj. Gen. Robert Howe, 19 Nov. 1779 . GW wrote Howe on 20 Nov.: “I have received your letter by Colo. Moylan of yesterdays date.”
I am just now honour’d with your Excellency’s favour of the 13th & shall take the measures Consequent thereto. As I inclose this to the President of Congress to be forwarded by any conveyance which may offer, I delay writing more fully until tomorrows Post as that Letter may arrive as soon if not sooner than this With the greatest Respect I am Dear sir your Excellency’s most Obt Servt DLC :...
Letter not found : from Robert Howe, 13 Aug. 1779. On 14 Aug., GW wrote Howe: “I have to acknowlege your favor of yesterday.”
Your Excellency’s directions shall you may depend be particularly attended to. The letter from the Honble Board of War I have received, I have anticipated by the measures I have taken, almost every part of the Instructions with which they have Honored me, and shall certainly fulfil the rest. I have not a moment to add more than that I am my Dear Sir, with the greatest Respect and affection Yr...
Letter not found : from Robert Howe, 20 Sept. 1779. On this date, GW wrote Howe: “I have this moment recd your favs. of the 19th and 20th.”
I have the honour to inform your Excellency that the part of Colo. Jacksons who were here marched off this morning Except some so lately recover’d as to render their moving improper and a few others still sick; of the latter class none dangerously & in all as major Norton says about thirty odd—I am hastening with all possible dispatch matters here to a close. I have the honor to be Dear sir...
The Error you speak of, did indeed, result from mistakes, to which Your Excellency so kindly imputes it, it shall not be (you may depend) repeated. I thank you sir for the polite manner in which you convey me the , or rather information & am Dear Sir with the most Sincere Regard & greatest Respect your Excellency’s most obt Servt DLC : Papers of George Washington.
Letter not found : from Robert Howe, 8 Oct. 1779. On 9 Oct., GW wrote Howe: “I have been favd with yours of yesterday.”
Letter not found : from Robert Howe, 16 Aug. 1779. On 17 Aug., GW wrote Howe: “I have received your letter of yesterday.”
Letter not found : from Robert Howe, 21 Sept. 1779. On 22 Sept., GW wrote Howe: “I am favd with yours of yesterday.”