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I am under the necessity from my own feelings to inform your Exelency of the destressed situation...
I have it in Command from his Excelly to inform you it is his pleasure that the Non Commission’d...
The Men under your Command who have been in the field from the beginning of the Invasion, having...
The board would recommend to the Auditors whenever accounts of the deficiencies of bounty, and...
No term having been fixed by the Executive for the Service of the Militia, I do not know whence...
I stated to you in a former letter the Militia ordered into service to relieve those who had been...
RC ( LC : Madison Papers). I arrived here the 7th. day after my departure from Philadelphia. the...
RC ( LC : Madison Papers). Addressed to “His Excellency Thomas Jefferson Esqr. Governor of...
I received your Favour to Day , and am sorry I cannot return a positive Answer. It would give me...
RC ( LC : Madison Papers). Although “Duplicate” was written by Mason at the top of the first...
May it please Yoúr Excellency; to receive with the assúrance of oúr most respectfúll regard, the...
I have had reported to me by Brigadier General Arnold that he has made several overtures to the...
I have received your Excellency’s Letter of the 29th ulto by which I see that you could receive...
Your Excellency’s obliging favor of the 23d of last month, I had the pleasure to receive on the...
Since I came home, I have contracted with a workman For 1200 Catridge Boxes and 1200 Bayonet...
The German Troops arrived here the 5th ultimo, and Col. Wood set out that evening from hence to...
RC (Virginia State Library). Written by Theodorick Bland and signed by JM and Bland. Bland...
We have been favord with Your Excellencys enclosing a State of the affair between Mr. Nathan and...
When the Enemy’s Vessels were cruising up and down Potow-mac the defenceless situation of the...
In my Letter of the 31st Ulto I informed Your Excellency, that there had been an Action between...
21Report and Remarks, 3 April 1781 (Washington Papers)
Report of a Committee of Congress, with General Washington’s remarks, at their request. Report....
22General Orders, 3 April 1781 (Washington Papers)
A detachment of ten Blacksmiths, ten Carpenters and ten wheelwrights from Colonel Baldwin’s...
I was honor’d with your Excellencys dispatches last Night and shall forward those intended for...