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Middlebrook [ New Jersey ] May 7, 1779 . Announces that date of Arnold’s trial is June 1, 1779....
Letter not found: to Benedict Arnold, 13 Nov. 1778. On 20 Nov., Arnold acknowledged “Your...
As we are again in possession of philadelphia and it may possibly happen that in the course of...
I imagine that since Genl Schuylers departure from Philada you command there. I therefore inclose...
I informed you in a short line of the 26th that your trial was postponed, with a promise to...
I have received your favors of the 11th and 12th. I have no objection to your sending the two...
I find myself under a necessity of postponing your trial to a later period, than that for which I...
Middlebrook [ New Jersey ] April 26, 1779 . Announces postponement of Arnold’s trial. Df , in...
Your favor of the 8th inst. affords me peculiar satisfaction by informing me that your wound...
Letter not found: to Brig. Gen. Benedict Arnold, 24 Jan. 1777. On 7 Feb. Arnold wrote GW that...
You will be pleased to favor me with your opinion, on the several points stated in the inclosed,...
Upon my arrival here I found your favor of the 5th: Your own letter communicated the first hint...
I have your favr of . I have, in obedience to the Resolve of Congress, ordered a Court Martial to...
I was favoured with your letter of the 11th Instant. I am sorry at the destruction of property at...
Your Letter of the 8 Ultimo with a Postscript of the 14 from Point Levi, I have had the pleasure...
I have received the Letter you was pleased to address to me on the 28th of Janry. I beg you will...
I have to acknowledge the receipt of your Letter of the 11th february. The detail I gave in my...
I have received your Letter of the 18th instant. No alteration in the Corps of Invalids has taken...
I have recd yours of the 1st Instant. Although it is my wish to afford every comfort and...
Your kind remembrance of me in a letter of the 15th of July from the Island of Tobago, does me...
I have to acknowledge your favor of the 27th of Septemr. The Circumstances which produced in the...
It affords me singular pleasure to have it in my power to transmit you the inclosed Copy of an...
Orders to Captain John Ashby, of a Company of Rangers. You are hereby Ordered, to Repair here...
Orders for Captain John Ashby, of a Company of Rangers. It is my express Orders, that you do not...
You are hereby ordered, to remain with your Companies at George Parkers’ Plantation, where you...
I am very much surprized to hear of the great irregularities which were allowed of in your camp....
In the summer of 1755, during Braddock’s expedition and after his defeat, Governor Dinwiddie...
As I am informed of several Soldiers having deserted your Company. You are hereby ordered to...
I have received your very friendly letter of the 30th of last month, covering the address of the...
I have been duly honored with the receipt of your favour of the 23d Instant. As you are known to,...