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No movement of the enemy since my last has contributed in the least to declare their object. They...
The multiplicity of business which happened to be on us when your express came has occasioned his...
The Enemy having returned from this place and fallen down James River, and the German Prisoners...
The inclosed letters will sufficiently explain to you their object: I shall be much obliged to...
Certain information being received of the arrival of an enemy’s fleet in the bay, it is thought...
Baker was to give notice to Colo. Crockett when he should have ready subsistence and pack horses...
I have just received information from Genl. Greene that Ld. Cornwallis, maddened by his losses at...
Mr. Tate informs me you are now in condition to pay up the arrearages of animal food due the...
Your representation on the want of barracks at Fort Frederick has been again the subject of...
I inclose you a duplicate of a Letter to Evan Baker to furnish supplies to your post, which...
A Doctr. John August Leonhard Kohly , chaplain to Brigadr. Specht’s regiment complains that a...
Your letters of the 11th. and 14th. inst. are now before me. I inclose you four blank powers to...
We consent to the dividing the Germans between Winchester, Martinsburg and the Berkely springs...
The Enemy invading us appearing now to be in force the Executive have determined that the...
We think with you that the Germans you have furloughed to Augusta Rockingham &c. may be permitted...
My letter by Cap. Read which could not be come to hand when yours of the 26th came away will have...
I received a Letter from General Gates on the 14th. Sept. communicating Intelligence which he had...
I am sorry the supplies of provision to the troops have been less plentiful than Mr. Tate...
I beg leave to transmit to you the inclosed information of George Twyman of Albemarle against Mr....
I am satisfied that in the midst of a campaign and while N. York may perhaps be the object, Genl....
It will be inconvenient for you to go to Annapolis, yet if not very much so, we think it much...
This express brings some packets of letters for Generals Specht, Hamilton and Gall, which came by...
Your Dragoon did not get here till last night. I this day submitted the matter as to the horses...
I take up your letters of Apr. 12. and 23. to answer at this very late day, having never been...
I shall be exceedingly glad to hear the British division is gone, as their presence gives...
I received your favour of the 7th instant from Annapolis and write an answer, tho I hardly know...
Ld. Cornwallis’s approaches are so rapid that we know not where they will terminate. He was at...
I inclose you a Copy [of a resolve] of Congress directing that the Convention prisoners shall be...
We have no board: the three Members present concur with me in opinion that it would be well to...
The assembly (on your letter being laid before them) having taken off the restraint of their...