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The Marquiss wonted zeal and active spirit have led him to seek service on the Southern theatre...
I am favored with your Letter of the 31st of October, & am pleased to find your appointment so...
Preakness [ New Jersey ] October 22, 1780 . Orders Greene to assume the command of the southern...
Congress having been pleased by their Resolution of the 5th instant, to authorise me to appoint...
[ Totowa, New Jersey ] October 18, 1780 . Discusses Greene’s new command in the South. Df , in...
Your letter of the 16th was delivered me an hour since—I am aware, that the command you are...
I am fav’d with yours of yesterday, accompanied by a letter from His Excellency Governor Clinton,...
It is represented to be indispensably necessary in the Course of Smiths Trial, that Col. Lamb,...
By a letter received yesterday afternoon from His Excellency, the President of Congress, of the...
This will be delivered you by Mr Ludwick Baker Genl—who is instructed by Coll Stewart Commissary...
I recd yours of the 8th from Verplanks point. Inclosed is an extract from the General Orders of...
There is no disposition that can be made of the Army at this time under our pres en t...
You will take the command of the two divisions consisting of the Jersey and York Brigades, and...
Major André, Adjutant General, to the British army will be brought before you for your...
I have concluded to send Major André of the British Army and Mr Joshua Smith, who has had a great...
I request that you will put the Division on the left in motion as soon as possible, with orders...
Peekskill [ New York ] September 18, 1780 . Reports arrival of Admiral Rodney. Directs Greene to...
I have received New York papers confirming the arrival of Rodney with 10 sail of the line. Major...
New Bridge [ New Jersey ] September 16, 1780 . Is setting out for Hartford. States that Greene is...
Tomorrow I set out for Hartford, on an interview with the French General and Admiral. In my...
I am apprehensive that neither the fixed pickets for the security of the Army, nor the duties of...
Present. The Commander in Chief. Major’s General Greene. Howe Lord Stirling. de la Fayette St...
I am this moment favoured with your Letter of this day—I need scarcly inform you of the extreme...
You are appointed to the command of the Light Infantry and four brigades from your own Wing to be...
As you are retiring from the Office of Quarter Master General; and have requested my sense of...
[ Orangetown, New York ] August 12, 1780 . Instructs Greene to retain the teams mentioned in...
In answer to your letter of this day, I am to desire you will retain the teams you mention and...
I have received Your Letter of Yesterday. When You quit the Department, I shall be happy to give...
I shall adopt the order you recommend. Tomorrow if we are all ready to mach we will begin to...
Robinson’s, Highlands [ New York ] July 30, 1780 . Empowers Greene to impress in Pennsylvania and...
You are hereby empowered to impress in the states of Penssylvania and New Jersey, such a number...
[ Bergen County, New Jersey ] July 26, 1780 . Transmits plan for conducting the quartermaster’s...
I have just received the inclosed plan for conducting the Quarter Master General’s department of...
By dispatches recd the last evening from the Count de Rochambeau I am informed that the french...
In answer to Yours of this Evening—The Whole of the Cloathing & Arms are—to be sent to Fish Kill...
The moment for commencing our operations is so near that no time is to be lost in bringing...
[ Bergen County, New Jersey ] July 14, 1780 . Directs Greene to send George Olney to New London...
I have determined upon a plan of operations for the reduction of the City and Garrison of New...
You will be pleased to send Mr Olney to New London to receive the arms Cloaths and ammunition...
In answer to yours of this day, covering the Letter from Colo. Hay, and the Conditions on which...
I have the honor to transmit you such papers and Resolutions in my possession as respect the...
I shall be glad to be informed whether you have any and what prospects of procuring the several...
I received in the night at 12 & 3 OClock, Your Two favours of Yesterday Evening in regular...
Springfield [ New Jersey ] June 21, 1780 . Instructs Greene to “take the command of the troops...
By the general order of this day, you take the command of the troops left at this post and the...
The inclosed from Genl Forman is this instant came to hand. there are by information—from Genl...
A Council of War held at Head Quarters Morris Town June 6th 1780. Present The Commander in Chief....
Under our present expectations of the daily arrival of the Fleet and Army from France at Rhode...
Although I am convinced, from your late frequent representations and my own knowledge, of the...
I wish you to write to Providence for a return of the number of Boats there & their...