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I am favoured with yours of yesterday. As it is my wish to cut off the intercourse with Phila. as...
With the Regiment you command & what Baggage you think is absolutely necessary, you are...
I have received your favour of the 6th instant, transmitting me your observations on the state of...
Middlebrook [ New Jersey ] June 19, 1777. Discusses advantages of an overt declaration of war by...
Mrs Washington informs me that you have been kind enough to offer her a recipe for the Colic—She...
Soon after I reached my present quarters at New Windsor I desired Majr Gibbs to send for my...
My Lord Sterling Complains, & so justly, of the want of Tents, & the Baggage belonging to his...
I recd yours of the 2d Inst. from Baltimore. In Answer to which I have only to desire you to call...
You will proceed immediately with Col. Hazen’s Regt to Albany, and put yourself under the Orders...
After your having been so long absent (by permission) while the Regt was at a distance, I cannot...
The almost daily complaints of the severities exercised towards the American Marine prisoners in...
I expect a suit in Chancery will be instituted against me in Fairfax Court, as Surviving Executor...
It is of the utmost importance to prevent the Enemy’s Land Forces and Fleet from forming a...
Quibbletown [ New Jersey ] June 25, 1777. Grants permission for Baron d’Arendt to visit...
I am just now favd with yours of this date and am sorry that you laboured under any mistake on...
Mr Hamilton has informed me of your request to be permitted to go to Philadelphia; and, though at...
Being recovered from the indisposition under which you lately laboured, you are to proceed...
I am glad to find by your letter of the 28th Ulto that your health is so far reestablished as to...
Col. Hamilton delivered me your letter of [ ]. It is with pleasure I declare to you that I have...
The complain[t]s of your corps dayly increase—You will immediately on receipt of this send it off...
You will proceed with your corps to Monmouth County and take such a station as will best...
I have received your two letters of the 4th and fifth. Inclosed you will find a letter to the...
You will without delay march your corps towards Bedford, to join the troops at or near that place...
[ New Windsor, New York ] June 28, 1779 . Instructs Armand to march to Bedford, New York. Df , in...
Morristown [ New Jersey ] February 6, 1780 . Certification of Armand’s service and conduct. Df ,...
Passaic Falls [ New Jersey ] November 27, 1780 . Regrets that Armand plans to resign. Commends...
[ Middlebrook, New Jersey ] June 11, 1777. Orders Armand to assume command of Ottendorf’s corps,...
Morristown [ New Jersey ] December 23, 1779 . Instructs Armand to proceed to Monmouth to contact...
Morristown [ New Jersey ] February 6, 1780 . States that Pulaski’s and Armand’s troops are to be...
Morristown [ New Jersey ] December 28, 1779 . Refuses to recommend promotion that Armand requests...