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For the day tomorrow Brigadier General Nixon Colonel M. Jackson Lieutenant Colonel Sumner Brigade Major Moore For Guard Major Knapp. A Captain of the day to be appointed in each division part of whose duty it shall be to visit the camp guard of the division to which he belongs; The old and new Captains of the day will attend the Grand Parade at Guard mounting where the former will deliver...
Several days ago I received a letter from the Honorable Mr Brearly, Chief Justice of Jersey, in which he mentions that "Complaint has been made to me, by a Member of the Legislature of Somerset County, together with other respectable Inhabitants, that a detachment of Major Lee’s light Dragoons have quartered themselves upon the Inhabitants of the County near Rockey Hill, without any order of...
I have received your favr of the 28th ulto on the Subject of the Exchange of Lt Govr Gadsden. I am at a loss to know what means will be fallen upon to procure the release of the Gentlemen in the Civil line who were made prisoners in South Carolina, as we have few or none of similar Ranks or circumstances in our hands, and our military Officers in captivity considerably exceeded those of the...
I have been successively honored with your letters of the 25th 28th and 31st of the past month. A few days ago I moved the army to this place to cover a forage which we thought it adviseable to make in the lower parts of this county; which by its proximity to New York has afforded the enemy considerable supplies. Having effected our purpose, we shall tomorrow take a new position about two...
Liberty Pole [ New Jersey ] September 3, 1780 . Describes movements of Army. Reports preparations for a new British expedition. Congratulates Rochambeau on visit from Indians. Df , in writing of H, George Washington Papers, Library of Congress.