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Under our present expectations of the daily arrival of the Fleet and Army from France at Rhode Island—and of operations that may be consequent—it is of great importance that the means of conveying intelligence between Providence & Head Qrs, should be placed on the most certain & expeditious footing. I therefore request that You will, without the least delay, have a proper number of...
I beg leave to inform Your Excellency that it appears to me, the Officers mentioned in the inclosed Letter from Colo. Angel, are necessary; and if agreable to Your Excellency & the Council, You will be pleased to transmit it to the Honourable the Board of War, that they may issue the Commissions required. I have the Honor to be with great respect & esteem Yr Excellency’s Most Obedt sert R-Ar .
The Flour began to move from hence last night and will be sent on as quick as the Waggons come in: There will be five or six hundred Barrels. You will be pleased to have Boats immediately sent down to Kings ferry to receive it upon its arrival there. The account of the Fleet mentioned in mine of the 1st instant seems to have been premature. The Officer stationed at Elizabeth Town has made...
4[Diary entry: 3 June 1780] (Washington Papers)
3d. Rather cool—Wind fresh from the Westward with a little Rain about 3 Oclock.
5General Orders, 3 June 1780 (Washington Papers)
Brigade Returns (regimentally digested) of all the Espontoons actually wanting in the several regiments to be made tomorrow at Orderly Time. DLC : Papers of George Washington.