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Letters not found : from Robert Howe, 19 Aug. 1779. On 20 Aug., GW wrote Howe: “I have both your favs. of Yesterday.”
Letter not found : from Robert Howe, 16 Aug. 1779. On 17 Aug., GW wrote Howe: “I have also received your public letter of the 16th.”
Letter not found : from Robert Howe, 9 Sept. 1779. On 11 Sept., GW wrote Howe and acknowledged receipt of “yours of the 9th” that reported “the success of Major Tallmadges excursion.”
Letter not found : from Robert Howe, 21 Aug. 1779. On 24 Aug., GW wrote Howe: “I am this moment favoured with your two letters of yesterday, one public one private—and yesterday with that of the 21st.”
Letter not found : from Maj. Gen. Robert Howe, 19 June 1779. GW wrote Howe on 25 June: “I received, my Dear Sir, Your favour of the 19th yesterday.”
By Doctor Craik I had the honour to write a few lines to your Excellency & having now nothing new to communicate I only repeat that nothing shall be wanting to finish all matters here when I flatter myself it will appear that invention or delay have not been among my faults with Every Respect I am Dear Sir your Excellency’s most obt hum. servt DLC : Papers of George Washington.
Letter not found : from Robert Howe, 4 Aug. 1779. On 6 Aug., GW wrote Howe: “I yesterday received your favor of the 4th.”
Letter not found : from Robert Howe, 26 Sept. 1779. On 27 Sept., GW wrote Howe: “I have this instant received your private letter of yesterdays date.”
By letters I have received I find it very necessary to my affairs to repair to Boston as soon as possible; and therefore request of your Excellency that leave of absence you was so kind as to intimate you would in that case give me when I had the honor to speak to you upon the subject. I should have been glad the necessity of going had not occured; but since it has your indulgence will much...
Letter not found : from Robert Howe, 7 Aug. 1779. On 9 Aug., GW wrote Howe: “I have received your (private) letter of the 7th.”