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    • Washington, George
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    • Revolutionary War
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    • 1782-12-20


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I have been Hond; with your Excellys Letter of the 11th Ulto directing my return to the Army, and am very unhappy to inform your Excelly that I am in so low & weak state of Health, that it is not in my Power to Join the Army at Present, as the Recovery of my Health was the only motive which inducd me to Ask for Leave of Absence, The same Reasons continuing and my want of strength & ability to...
I Received your’s of the 17th directed to Col. Sheldon and am happy to here that there is a supply of Shirts and Shoes to be issued soon I hope it will not be long before the Clothier gives the necessary information as the Regiment is in great want of those necessary Articles. I am sorry to inform your Excellency that I am greatly destressed to procure Forage for the Regiment I have no Teams...
I had the pleasure of receiving a letter from You on the sixth instant with a Packet of letters from My Friends in England dated August when they were all perfectly well I must now take the liberty of beging you will be so good as to forward the enclosed for New York—I am much afraid you will think me very troublesome in sending letters so often but must trust to Your goodness to excuse it—I...
Enclosed I have the honor of forwarding a Petition directed to your Excellency, with a Letter from Sir Guy Carleton to Govr Harrison, received this Day by flagg from the Enemy. I have receipted for, one hundred and eighty seven Guineas & one half Guinea & one spanish milled Dollar, forwarded by Mr Morgan Secretary to Sir Guy Carleton, by Capt. Stewart of the Qr Masters Department. Inclosed is...
J’ai l’honneur d’informer Votre Excellence que je compte mettre a la voile après demain si le vent le permet. Les politesses et les attentions intimes pour moi et mes Officiers de la part des habitans de ce pays ont pénétré mon Coeur des sentimens qui ne s’effaceront jamais et je me croirai heureux lorsque je pourrai leur en témoigner toute ma reconnsissance. Permettez moi de vous réitérer mes...