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By his Excellency’s order, I am to inform you that you are to take the command of the four...
Cold in my professions, warm in ⟨my⟩ friendships, I wish, my Dear Laurens, it m⟨ight⟩ be in my...
I am commanded by His Excellency to acknowlege the receipt of your letter. He desires you will...
I received your note by Col Gibson and communicated the contents to His Excellency. Though from...
His Excellency received last night a letter from Lt Col Davidson written by your direction,...
Mr. Duryee has applied to The General to have a Barn of his released, taken up for the use of the...
I have received your favour of yesterday. As you will learn from Major Scot the precise route...
By a letter we have received from General Sullivan it appears that Poor’s Brigade have left their...
Monroe is just setting out from Head Quarters and proposes to go in quest of adventures to the...
I am commanded by His Excellency to inform you that Lt Col Regnier is to be appointed a...
I am commanded by His Excellency to inform you that recent intelligence increases the probability...
The General requests you will send some discreet person to Brunswick to ascertain the No of Boats...
His Excelly directs me to notify you that the last division Kalb’s is ordered to be in readiness...
I inclose you a letter for Mr. Writtenhouse accompanied by a Theodolite which you will be pleased...
[ Middlebrook, New Jersey, June 3, 1779. ] Catalogue description reads: “Regarding DeKalb’s...
Capt Christie dispatched by His Excellency The Commander in Chief on very important business is...
You are to march with your division tomorrow morning at four oClock towards Slotes, where you...
State of our force Rank & file The three divisions in our camp amount by a field return of the...
Smith’s Tavern [ New York ] June 8 [ 1779 ]. Transmits Washington’s request that Irvine report to...
You see the difficulty there is in getting the Majors to serve as Brigade Inspectors. The Board...
His Excellency requests you will have an exact return made of the total strength of the...
The Genl sends you four fresh horsemen to enable you to transmit him intelligence. The General...
His Excellency has just rec’d information from Col. Butler, who is stationed at the landing...
A party of the enemy’s horse with about 1000 infantry are said to be at Pines bridge. Possibly...
I beg leave to trouble you with two matters, which if your ideas correspond with mine I doubt not...
[ New Windsor, New York, June 27, 1779. ] Acknowledges receiving two letters from Heath addressed...
Mr Garanger has waited upon the General to know decisively his fate. He renounces all ideas of...
I have the pleasure to inclose you a letter of introduction for Capt Woodford to the Don which I...
His Excellency commands me to acknowlege the receipt of your letter of this day with two...
His Excellency orders me to acknowlege the receipt of your two letters per bearer. The intended...
I have received a letter from Colonel Brooks, of which the enclosed is a copy. In my reply to...
I take the liberty to trouble you with a letter for Mr. Dana, which I have left open for your...
There is an incampment of the enemy or a demonstration of one which appears on the other side of...
The General desires you will do every thing in your power without delay to collect all the teams...
[ Headquarters, West Point, July 24, 1779. Letter not found. ] Sold by Thoms Thomas Birch’s Sons,...
Points submitted to the consideration of the Council— Our force stated at 10.300 The enemys at...
Col Fleury is just setting out for Philadelphia to make some arrangements with the Minister which...
The General is anxious to receive you observations on the letter sent you yesterday from General...
[ West Point, July 26, 1779. ] Requests Heath to attend “a Council to be held at Head Quarters...
[ West Point, July 26, 1779. On September 18, 1779, Jay wrote to Hamilton : “Your favors of the...
[ West Point, July 30, 1779. On September 18, 1779, Jay wrote to Hamilton : “Your favors of the...
Lt Col Williams of the Pensylvania line has applied to the General on the subject of the inquiry...
The General directs that you will have the light infantry put under marching orders and held in...
I am directed by the General to inform you, that he has received information, that the enemy are...
I inclose you the copy of a letter which I received by the last post from Mr. Dana. You will...
The General had just mounted his horse when your note arrived and did not see it. But if he had...
The last post brought me your letter of the 25th of July, which I transmitted to Colonel Brooks,...
You will find by the inclosed copy of a letter of the 25th. of July from Mr. Dana, that he...
Lt. Whitehead undertakes to go tomorrow morning early with some important dispatches for The...
I inclose you a petition just put into my hand. You know the General’s idea is not to force the...