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I have yours of 26 by Brisler and that of the 28th. this Morning. Thomas is in Phyladelphia and...
The fortune of War, has at all times been proverbial for its versatility, but perhaps there never...
I have this moment Received your letter of the 21st Instant Inclosed in one from the Commander in...
I recur to your several letters of the 19 of September 5th. 22d and 25th of October. The...
Major Bradley has just arrived here from Staunton on furlough from General Pinckney he represents...
I have received your letter of the Twenty seventh instant; and have written to Mr Miller the...
You will be pleased to take charge, under the direction of the Pay Master General, of the pay of...
I send you the original letter of Captain Kissam offering a resignation of his commission. The...
I enclose to you a letter in recommendation of Dr. Adolph Lent. It has the signature of Mr....
Orders were some time ago addressed to Lieutenant Muhlenberg directing him to proceed with...
Lieutenant Muhlenberg has been directed to proceed with the company of Captain Bruff from...
I again take the liberty of troubling you, to forward the inclosed letter to Colonel Parker— With...
Your several letters of the twenty fifth of September, and of the fourth, sixth and seventh of...
Your different letters of the second, seventh, eighth, twelfth, fourteenth and twentieth of...
I have received your letter of the 28 instant. Captain Edmund Taylor of the eighth regiment of...
According to your desire I send you inclosed ye names of ye Prisoners in ye guard house at Fort...
I have the Honor to inclose you an invoice of Medicine & Hospital Stores, intended for the use of...
I this day on the march received the inclosed letter from Col. Parker as it contains the copy of...
I neglected in the Inclosed to mention to you my wish that a Genl Court Martial shoud be ordered...
The day after you Honoured this Camp with your presence, I was informed Capt. Patterson had...
21[Diary entry: 30 October 1799] (Washington Papers)
30. Morning again clear & calm, Mer. at 43. Calm all day, and Mer. 50 at Night.
I arrived at this place yesterday afternoon, and finding that Colo. Parker had gone to Winchester...
Letter not found: from Allyn Prior, 30 Oct. 1799. On 1 Nov. GW wrote Prior : “Your letter of the...
the above is the standard we use. Th:J. will be obliged to mr Randolph to have them made & shod...
By a settlement between mr Wickam as agent for Walsh & Cary of London, & mr Eppes, mr Skipwith &...