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1[Diary entry: 5 January 1780] (Washington Papers)
5th. Cloudy till the afternoon—when the Sun appeared.
2General Orders, 5 January 1780 (Washington Papers)
Varick transcript , DLC:GW .
I have been honoured with Your Excellency’s Letter of the 29th Ulto and the Acts to which it refers. I hope the proposed regulation of the post office, will contribute to lessen our expences, but with all deference I would take the liberty to observe, that I think the exigency and good of the service will not admit of a general discharge of the Express Riders. Circumstances very interesting...
You[r] letter of the 27th of Decr last with its inclosures has been received. Doctor Shippen is ordered by this conveyance in arrest, on the charges you have exhibited. General Arnold’s tryal being yet unfinished, and succeeding Mr Hoopers, it will not be possible to bring on Doctor Shippens at the time you have proposed coming up, to camp —the citations therefore for the attendance of the...
The Board of War are anxious to compleat an arrangement of the four Regiments of Cavalry, and have wrote to me on that account —You will therefore be pleased to forward that of your Regiment as speedily as possible. As this will be put upon Record in the War office and will be the scale by which all future promotions will take place, I must request you to be as particular as possible in...