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    • Greene, Nathanael
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    • Washington, George
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I arrived at this place on the Evening of the 8th. the troops got into garrison on the morning of...
Inclosed I send your Excellency the estimates of the annual expence of the war; and the amount of...
Your Excellency’s letter of the 14th appointing me to the command of the Southern Army, was...
Your Excellencys favor of the 18th came to hand this afternoon. I had given over the thoughts of...
On my arrival at this place I laid your Excellency’s letter before Congress and addressed them on...
Lt Colonel John Lawrence is very anxious to join the Southern Army, as soon as he gets exchanged....
I arrivd here yesterday about noon; and met with a kind and hospitable reception by Mrs...
I am happy in the opportunity of assuring your Excellency that I am receivd and treated with all...
I arrived here on the 16th in the evening, and found things in such a train as will unavoidably...
I arrived at this place on the 2d of this Instant. General Gates having reached this some days...
I do myself the honor to inclose Your Excellency a return of the Troops under my command, and...
In my last dispatches of the 7th Instant I informed your Excellency of my arrival at Camp, and of...
I do myself the honor to enclose your Excellency an extract of a letter from Brigr Genl Morgan,...
Your Excellencys private letter of the 13th of Decem. I have had the pleasure to receive and...
Your Excellency’s letter of the 13th of Decemr, this day came to hand. It is true, I came to the...
In my despatches of the 29th Ultimo, I did myself the honor to acquaint your Excellency with the...
My public letter will inform your Excellency of the success of the troops under the command of...
Since I wrote your Excellency by Major Giles, Lord Cornwallis has been constantly in pursuit of...
I wrote Your Excellency at Guilford Court House, giving you an account of our situation and of...
I did myself the honor to write your Excellency on the 15th Inst., when I was endeavouring to...
Since I had the honor of addressing your Excellency last, there have been some changes in our...
Inclosed is a Copy of a Letter sent to the President of Congress giving an account of an Action...
My letter to Congress a copy of which I enclose your Excellency will inform you of an...
Inclosed I send your Excellency a Copy of my Letter to Congress for your information respecting...
I have inclosed your Excellency a Copy of my Letter to Congress, that you may be enabled to judge...
I have inclosed a Copy of my Letter to Congress, & am to acknowledge the receipt of a Letter from...
My public letters to Congress will inform your Excellency of our situation in this quarter. We...
I do myself the honor to transmit your Excellency a copy of the Cartel settled for the exchange...
The Post at this place surrendered to the advance of our Army under Lieut. Colo. See on the 15th...
I am so streightened in point of time and my family are so unwell that I have beged Congress to...
Your Excellency’s Letters of the 19th & 21st see 22 of April, I have had the honor to receive....
Your friendly letter of the 18th of April affords me peculear satisfaction. If my conduct meets...
Since I wrote your Excellency at little River near Ninety Six I have been favored with your...
Inclosed is a copy of my Letter to Congress containing an account of the operations of the...
Governor Rutledge arrived in Camp a few Days since and informed me that a French fleet of 20 sail...
Governor Rutledge has arrivd in Camp and brings me such flattering accounts of large reinforcment...
Since I wrote your Excellency by Colonel Morris nothing very material has taken place, except the...
I received your very affectionate letter of the 30th of July; and your entire approbation of my...
Your Excellency’s Letter of the 30th of July I have had the honor to receive. before the receipt...
I wrote your Excellency by Captain Pierce, on the 17th inst. since which I am informed the...
Major Giles who served with General Morgan as an Aid in the battle of the Cowpens is desirous of...
Your Excellency’s letter of the 4th Sept. dated at Philadelphia I have had the honor to receive....
My last letter was dated at Charlotte & forwarded by Lieut. Coll Lee; since which I have received...
Within a few days, I have received from General Smallwood, the arrangement of the Maryland line;...
I beg leave to congratulate your Excellency upon the glorious and important success of your Army....
Your Excellency’s letters of the 16th, 24th and 30th of October containing an account of the...
I receivd your very affectionate letter dated before York. Your approbation of my conduct affords...
Your affectionate letter of the 15th ultimo by Mr Mathews was this moment handed me. I thank you...
Inclosed is a copy of my letter to Congress which contains all material matters of occurrence...
Since I wrote your Excellency on the 9th of December, I have been favored with your dispatches of...