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This Court have had information from many respectable Persons, That intelligence is constantly...
I do myself the Honor to advise your Excellency that the Connecticut Troops, that arrived in this...
Transmits by order of the Rhode Island general assembly “the inclosed Vote, putting the Rhode...
184General Orders, 3 July 1775 (Washington Papers)
The Colonels or commanding Officers of each Regt are ordered forthwith, to make two Returns of...
The Congress of the Massachusetts Colony impress’d with every Sentiment of Gratitude, and...
186General Orders, 4 July 1775 (Washington Papers)
Exact returns to be made by the proper Officers of all the Provisions⟨,⟩ Ordnance, Ordnance...
4 July 1775. Recommends the bearer, “Mr. White, the Son of Anthony White Esq’r of New Jersey. . ....
Your kind Congratulations on my Appointment, & Arrival demand my warmest Acknowledgements, and...
As Pomroy is now Absent and at the distance of an hundred miles from the Army, if it can be...
190General Orders, 5 July 1775 (Washington Papers)
The Adjutant of each Regiment is required to take special care, that all general orders are...
Since my last to you by Alexander the Express nothing has Taken place in Congress that...
You were pleased the other day to mention to Colonel Warren and me, as your opinion, that it was...
This Congress had Ordered the inclosed Resolution to be prepared and sent to Generals Ward &...
194General Orders, 6 July 1775 (Washington Papers)
A General Court Martial is ordered to sit to morrow at 10 oClock A:M: for the Trial of John...
Medford [Mass.] 6 July 1775 . “Tho’ I am quite a Stranger to your Excellency, yet the peculiarity...
May it please your Excellency:—The bearer, Capt. Brown, is the officer who took the horses that...
States “that he has received the repeated Commands of his Father, now a resident in Boston, to...
We inclose a Resolution of our Assembly authorising us to recommend proper Officers for the...
199General Orders, 7 July 1775 (Washington Papers)
It is with inexpressible Concern that the General upon his first Arrival in the army, should find...
200General Orders, 8 July 1775 (Washington Papers)
Ordered that the main guard on no Account whatever, be without a Drum, which is to beat to Arms...
Your favor of the 20 Ulo notifying your Intended departure for the Camp, we Received; and after...
Letter not found: to Lund Washington, 8 July 1775. In a letter of 15 Oct. 1775 to GW , Lund...
203General Orders, 9 July 1775 (Washington Papers)
The Continental Congress having been pleased to appoint Horatio Gates Esqr. Brigadier General,...
204II. Letter Sent, 10–11 July 1775 (Washington Papers)
I arrived safe at this Place on the 3d Instt, after a Journey attended with a good deal of...
I receivd your Favor of 1st Inst. by Express from New york; but as I am exceedingly hurried in...
206General Orders, 10 July 1775 (Washington Papers)
The General Court Martial of which Col. William Prescott was president, having tried William...
207I. Notes for Letter, 10 July 1775 (Washington Papers)
The time of my arrival. The Situation of the Troops—Works—& things in genl—Enemy on Bunkers Hill....
Since my last to you, nothing has Taken place in Congress particularly Respecting your...
Letter not found: to Benjamin Harrison, 10 July 1775. On 21 July Harrison wrote to GW : “I...
I was exceeding glad to receive a Letter from you, as I always shall be whenever it is...