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The inclosed proceeding of a General Court Martial from the Connecticut line are forwarded to your Excellency by direction of Col. Durkee, Commanding Officer of the Line. From Your Excellency’s Most Obt Hble Servt DLC : Peter Force Collection; Edward Hand Papers.
On my return from Albany I was honored with your Excellency’s letter, relative to the supply of the Indians; I imagine the Commissioners of Indian Affairs, previous to their commencing Business, would wish to have a letter from you on the subject. In the absence of the Commissary General, I must request your Excellency’s determinations on some Questions, respecting which, I shall, in Person,...
The enclosed from Capt. Cleaveland of the corps of sappers and miners, was put into my hand the last evening. My not having knowledge of your Excellency’s orders and intentions respecting the matter obliges me to lay it before you. Enclosed is a New York paper of the 3d the only one I have been able to obtain since the one of the 28th ulto. it came to hand this morning. Capt. Pray writes me...
The enclosed was put into my hand by Major John Porter, the D.A.G. at this post, who appears very desireous to make an attempt, to surprise, and take, the Hessian General at Morriss House, as your Excellency is much better acquainted with the Situation, and probably the prospect of Success, than I can be, I wish your Opinion, and pleasure on the matter. Major Porter appears pretty Sanguine...
Agreably to Your Excellency’s permission Major Troop Has My Leave to Return to the Army. The Commanding officers Have Represented that He was under Indispensable Necessity to go, and we can very well do without Him untill the aArrival of an other Major. Colonel Vose is, I am told, Very Desirous to Return to the Army. He has there a Regiment, and Before we join general greene our Bataïllons...
By My Letter of the 8th Your Excellency will Have known of My Arrival at this Place and the Preparations I was Making to Proceed South ward. I took at the Same time the Liberty to Inform You that the Great want of Monney, Baggage, Cloathing, Under Which Both officers and Men are Suffering and the Hope they Had of Being furnished with a Part of these Articles from their States would Render it...