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1 Knox, Henry Washington, George To George Washington from Henry Knox, 3 September 1783 1783-09-03 I received your Excellency’s favor of the 29th directing a suspension of the troops and stores...
2 Knox, Henry Washington, George To George Washington from Henry Knox, 27 August 1783 1783-08-27 last evening I wrote to your Excellency per express, transmitting the information by Captain...
3 Knox, Henry Washington, George To George Washington from Henry Knox, 26 August 1783 1783-08-26 Captain Farley has this instant arrived here. The baron is at Saratoga and will be down in a few...
4 Knox, Henry Washington, George To George Washington from Henry Knox, 15 August 1783 1783-08-15 Enclosed is a state of the ordnance at the Northern posts. Your Excellency will be able to judge...
5 Knox, Henry Washington, George To George Washington from Henry Knox, 29 June 1783 1783-06-29 The remainder of the 3d Mas. regiment Amounting to about 256 cannot be in readiness to march...
6 Steuben, Friedrich Wilhelm Ludolf Gerhard … Washington, George To George Washington from Friedrich Wilhelm Ludolf … 1783-06-25 Your Excellency having referred to our consideration the claim of Mr Robert Hoakesly to the goods...
7 Knox, Henry Washington, George To George Washington from Henry Knox, 25 June 1783 1783-06-25 Pattersons brigade and Sprouts regiment will be in readiness to march this afternoon, and will...
8 Knox, Henry Washington, George To George Washington from Henry Knox, 23 June 1783 1783-06-23 I take the liberty of to inform your Excellcy that the brigade of Generals Patterson and Greatons...
9 Knox, Henry Washington, George To George Washington from Henry Knox, 10 June 1783 1783-06-10 Agreeable to a General Order of the 8 June 1783 for the Inspection of the Officers of the Invalid...
10 Knox, Henry Washington, George To George Washington from Henry Knox, 8 June 1783 1783-06-08 Yesterday the Secretary at War gave me the instructions, of which the enclosed is a copy. I am...
11 Knox, Henry Washington, George To George Washington from Henry Knox, 19 May 1783 1783-05-19 Enclosed is a letter from Colonel Sprout of this day containing information of the extraordinary...
12 Knox, Henry Washington, George To George Washington from Henry Knox, 14 May 1783 1783-05-14 The Soldiers of the Regiments of this Garrison have been tolerably quiet untill last night, when...
13 Knox, Henry Washington, George To George Washington from Henry Knox, 17 April 1783 1783-04-17 The first principle of the security of the United States must rest and consist in a hardy...
14 Knox, Henry Washington, George To George Washington from Henry Knox, 16 April 1783 1783-04-16 I think it necessary to inform your Excellency that there is a general uneasiness among the...
15 Knox, Henry Washington, George To George Washington from Henry Knox, 4 April 1783 1783-04-04 Under the idea of the certainty of peace, I submit it to Your Excellency whether it will be...
16 Knox, Henry Washington, George To George Washington from Henry Knox, 28 March 1783 1783-03-28 I rejoice with you my dear friend and General, with glorious issue of your warfare how rich must...
17 Knox, Henry Washington, George To George Washington from Henry Knox, 27 March 1783 1783-03-27 In compliance with your Excellencys instructions of 12th Feby last having carefully considered...
18 Knox, Henry Washington, George To George Washington from Henry Knox, 23 March 1783 1783-03-23 I have found it necessary to relieve the Company of Artillery under the Command of Capn Lt Fenno...
19 Knox, Henry Washington, George To George Washington from Henry Knox, 11 March 1783 1783-03-11 I should have been at Head quarters this morning agreably to Your Excellencys request by Major...
20 Knox, Henry Washington, George To George Washington from Henry Knox, 27 February 1783 1783-02-27 I received your Excellency’s letter respecting the loss of the stores at the posts at King’s...
21 Knox, Henry Washington, George To George Washington from Henry Knox, 5 February 1783 1783-02-05 Agreeably to your Excellency’s request I enclose the estimate required in your favor of the 1st...
22 Knox, Henry Washington, George To George Washington from Henry Knox, 13 January 1783 1783-01-13 Lieut. Colonel Johnson of Colonel Swift’s regiment is very sollicitous to have leave of absence...
23 Knox, Henry Washington, George To George Washington from Henry Knox, 17 December 1782 1782-12-17 last evening I received your Excellencys favor respecting a sleigh, and inclosing the paroles and...
24 Knox, Henry Washington, George To George Washington from Henry Knox, 3 December 1782 1782-12-03 I have this instant received your note of this date. every thing here was in perfect readiness....
25 Knox, Henry Washington, George To George Washington from Henry Knox, 23 November 1782 1782-11-23 The officer of Artillery stationed at Kings ferry has informed me that the night before last, one...
26 Knox, Henry Washington, George To George Washington from Henry Knox, 12 November 1782 1782-11-12 As soon as your Excellency shall have established a general system of signals, from the posts...
27 Knox, Henry Washington, George To George Washington from Henry Knox, 10 November 1782 1782-11-10 Agreeably to your Excellency’s orders, I have examined into the case of Luther Pamela, and I find...
28 Knox, Henry Washington, George To George Washington from Henry Knox, 10 November 1782 1782-11-10 I received your Excellency’s favor of yesterday, respecting the 4th Connecticut regiment cuting...
29 Knox, Henry Washington, George To George Washington from Henry Knox, 9 November 1782 1782-11-09 I beg leave to state to your Excellency the case of Charles Treat, and Aaron Swetland. These...
30 Knox, Henry Washington, George To George Washington from Henry Knox, 14 October 1782 1782-10-14 Annexed is a state of the barracks exclusive of that in Fort Clinton. Certainly a greater number...