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your Favour of the 8th was handed me yesterday. I hope to join the Army next Week—a Gentlemen out of N. York says it is believed there that the English grand Fleet on their Passage to Gibraltar had met the combined Fleet and returned without engaging. I am with the highest Esteem, your Excellency s most obedient servant DLC : Papers of George Washington.
Letter not found: from Jedediah Huntington, 2 Dec. 1778. On 14 Dec., GW wrote Huntington : “Your favor of the 2d Inst. meet me on the road to this place.”
The Coats lately drawn by the Light Companies will generally require Alterations to fit them to the Men; perhaps your Excellency would think best to direct it done by one Model that they might all appear in the same Fashion. I have the Honor to be your Excellency’s most obedient Servant DLC : Papers of George Washington.
Letter not found : from Brig. Gen. Jedediah Huntington, 28 March 1780 . GW wrote Huntington on 29 March acknowledging “yours of yesterday.”
just recd this by one of the Persons employed to gain Intelligence ’tis the only Information I have had of the Matter—shall hear again in the Morning—my Baggage is in Train to enter the Clove. I am &c. DLC : Papers of George Washington.
Letter not found: from Brig. Gen. Jedediah Huntington, 23 Oct. 1779 . GW wrote Huntington on 24 Oct.: “I have received Your favor of Yesterday.”
The Officer on command at Newark informs me that four Square rigd Vessels & 14 others went up Hackinsack River last Evening—three of the Vessels appeared to have Some Troops on board & they had a number of flat Boats. Our Guards could not be all relieved before this day—I expect to march tomorrow—and am, your Excellency ’s most obedient Servant DLC : Papers of George Washington.
I have Your Excellencys favor of this day and shall attend to the Contents. I apprehend the Vessels, gone up Hackinsac, are to take in Wood, and perhaps some Hay. I am dear sir Your most obed. servt DLC : Papers of George Washington.
I have Occasion for four or five Officers, to settle with the Committee of the State, the Accounts of their Line, for 1780 & 1781. I do not expect to finish them, before some time in May; but I shall in Obedience to your general Order, dismiss those Officers before the 10th of next Month, unless I have your Permission to detain them. the Business is very interesting to the Troops, &, if...
I began to be anxious about the Situation and Temper of the Soldiers engaged for the War—although many of them are willing to stay a little longer—some are very desirous of going immediately, and all of them considering their Engagements fulfil’d, a few may excite the whole to Disturbances—the non commissioned Officers of the 1st & 3d Connect. Regiments have lately had a Meeting on the Subject...