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Having received undoubted Intelligence of the fitting out of a Fleet at Boston, & of the...
I have Stronger reasons Since I Last wrote to you, to Confirm me in my oppinion that the Army...
I am now to acknowledge the receipt of your favour of the 11th Instant & to give you my...
Since my Last to you of the 19th instant, I had the pleasure to receive your favor of the 15th it...
I take this earliest opportunity to acquaint you that the Men of War and Transports with the...
I crave your refference to my Last to you of the 24th instant, Since which I am honord with your...
My Lord: Upon your representation of Capt. Butler’s state of health, I think it will be best to...
The General desires that Brigadiers Lord Sterling, Mercer, Stephen & de Fermoy do, respectively,...
Lest the Enemy should in some degree avail themselves of the Knowledge (for I do not doubt but...
Repair with all possible expedition to Genl Lee’s Camp—Know his Situation, Numbers, &ca—Send...