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1st.  Qre? … In what light are the prisoners sent out by General Howe to be considered? 2d  … How...
Memorandums Arts: All officers and soldiers, prisoners of war on either side shall be exchanged...
A Treaty and Convention for the Exchange and Accommodation of Prisoners of War, made between the...
The Commissioners, appointed by His Excellency General Washington, “to confer, determine and...
To His Excellency George Washington Esquire General and Commander in chief of the Forces of the...
[ Valley Forge ] April 19, 1778 . States that a horse not fit for service should be returned to a...
By command of His Excellency, I inclose you a letter to him from the officers of the German...
By command of His Excellency, I am to desire, You will immediately march with your Regiment by...
I am sadly distressed for want of a good saddle &c; and such is my situation, that I have no...
His Excellency has received yours from Horsam meeting House. He is a good deal surprized that you...
I Alexander Hamilton Lieutenant Colonel and Aide De Camp to His Excellency The commander in Chief...
His Excellency is sending a considerable detachment towards the enemy’s lines, which will march...
The Commander in chief positively requires all officers, absent from camp, belonging to the...
In the Name of His Excellency General Washington and by virtue of His authority to me, I declare,...
His Excellency desires you will put a stop, by every mean in your power to the above practice....
The General has received your Billet per horseman. He thanks you for your intelligence and begs...
I take the liberty to trouble you with a few hints on a matter of some importance. Baron Steuben,...
His Excellency desires you will have the division commanded by General Mifflin prepared to march...
We find on our arrival here, that the intelligence received on the road is true. The enemy have...
We have halted the troops at this place. The enemy, by our last reports, were four miles from...
The result of what I have seen and heard concerning the enemy is, that they have incamped with...
This part of the troops marches instantly. We are to join in the Monmouth road one mile this side...
Lieutenant Colonel Hamilton being sworn, Q. Did you deliver General Lee any orders from General...
You will by this time imagine that I have forgotten my promise of writing to you, as I have been...
It is His Excellency’s pleasure, that you collect the whole of the cavalry , without delay, as...
Q. What was the strength of the corps under the command of General Lee the 28th of June? A. To...
Since the giving my evidence at the Court Martial, I have been endeavouring to recollect more...
A considerable fleet of french men of war, chiefly ships of the line, has just arrived at Sandy...
Received of Mr. Joseph Wickers two horses on public service. ADS , George Washington Papers,...
Inclosed I transmit your Excellency a letter from the Count Destain. He has had the River sounded...