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The commanding officers are applying for arms for the Musick—The donation of Arms to the Troops...
I was yesterday honored with your Excellencys favor of 8th instant announcing my change—an event...
From the present state of our finances, the temper and disposition of the several States in...
So many difficulties attended the late mode of issuing provisions to Officers or their own...
Letter not found: from Maj. Gen. Benjamin Lincoln, 3 July 1777. Charles E. Tuttle Co. of New York...
I was on the 12th instant honored with your letter of the 31st ultimo covering several papers....
I beg leave to inform Your Excellency that Congress have permitted the Lieutenants Epuilemat ,...
I find from the Report of Colo. Barber, who is on Duty in York, that there are many...
I was this day honored with your two favours of the 30th Ultimo, the returns and the papers...
I have just received a letter from Major Gordon of the 80th British Regiment in which he requests...
I was the last Evening honored with your Excellency’s Favor of Yesterday Afternoon—On the Receipt...
I find by the report of an Officer, I sent to observe the state of the roads, by Bull’s Iron...
I write by this opportunity rather from a desire to embrace it, than because I have any...
I do myself the honor to enclose your Excellency three resolves of Congress—one of April the...
The late Board of War were by Congress impowered and directed to take depositions in the case of...
On revolving in my mind the subject of making suitable provisions for the Invalid Officers as you...
I am requested, my dear General, by Mr Izard to represent to your Excellency that the Citizens of...
Letter not found: from Maj. Gen. Benjamin Lincoln, 13 April 1777. In his letter to Hancock of...
I have the honor to inclose the arrangement of the Virginia line—I suppose it to be right—Your...
I have been honored with your favor of the 24th covering two letters, under flying seals, one to...
The loss of Charles town and the army committed to my care are events so important in themselves...
The night before last Captain Ludlow of the guards, came to this City with letters for General...
On the evening of the 25th ulto I received information, at Charles-Town, that the enemy had...
By the enclosed copy of a Resolve, your Excellency will observe that Congress have referred to...
Nothing My dear General very new or material has taken place, since I did my self the honor to...
One of the Hessians left their camp at the landing this afternon, his account of their numbers &...
A Colonel Connelly was under your Excellencys parole and has left Virginia with out your...
By the latest accounts from the West Indies there is the highest probability that the French will...
Letter not found: from Maj. Gen. Benjamin Lincoln, 22 Oct. 1779 . GW wrote Lincoln on 12 Dec.: “I...
I am sensible the State of Massachusetts Bay are determined, to use every vigorous exertion, to...