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11 Washington, George Greene, Nathanael From George Washington to Nathanael Greene, 6 October … 1780-10-06 There is no disposition that can be made of the Army at this time under our pres en t...
12 Washington, George Greene, Nathanael From George Washington to Nathanael Greene, 6 October … 1780-10-06 You will take the command of the two divisions consisting of the Jersey and York Brigades, and...
13 Huntington, Samuel Washington, George To George Washington from Samuel Huntington, 6 October … 1780-10-06 I do myself the Honor to transmit your Excellency Copies of two Acts of Congress of the 4 & 5...
14 Irvine, William Washington, George To George Washington from William Irvine, 6 October … 1780-10-06 My position—occasioned my taking the liberty of opening your letter addressed to Arthur St. Clair...
15 Mathews, John Washington, George To George Washington from John Mathews, 6 October 1780 1780-10-06 Congress having Ordered a Court of inquiry on the conduct of Majr Genl Gates as Commander of the...
16 Nash, Abner Washington, George To George Washington from Abner Nash, 6 October 1780 1780-10-06 Confiding that your Excellency was constantly made acquainted with whatever related to the...
17 Parsons, Samuel Holden Washington, George To George Washington from Samuel Holden Parsons, 6 … 1780-10-06 I am convinc’d ’twill be some Weeks before I shall be able to do any Duty, if I should recover...
18 Washington, George St. Clair, Arthur From George Washington to Arthur St. Clair, 6 October … 1780-10-06 Four Brigades which are to compose the Garrison of West point march from this Camp tomorrow...
19 Smith, Joshua Hett Washington, George To George Washington from Joshua Hett Smith, 6 October … 1780-10-06 The Debilitation both of Body and Mind, with which I find myself affected by a long Quotidian...
20 Washington, George Wayne, Anthony From George Washington to Anthony Wayne, 6 October 1780 1780-10-06 You will be pleased to march tomorrow Morning at day light with the first Pennsylvania Brigade by...