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Encourag’d by your kindly mentioning my name in your Letters to several Gentlemen this way I now...
I did myself the honor to address you sometime ago and soon after it I sat out upon a Journey to...
Mr. Paine has done me the honor to write to me on the subject of casting cannon, in consequence...
I received your favor by the post for which please to accept my thanks. I hope the Copper you...
Thro’ the hurry and confusion of one retreat after another I have omitted to answer your last...
It is a long time since I have had the pleasure of a Line from you. I was in hopes to have seen...
I am obliged to you for your two favors, one of the 25 Ultimo and the other of the 6 instant both...
To the numerous congratulations which you have received on your safe arrival in America, permit...
I received your obliging favor of the 19th last month by Mr. Lowell, for which I thank you. Mr....
I have had the honor of receiving several Letters from your Excellency, since your departure from...
Artillery Park [ Valley Forge ] June 12, 1778 . Requests discharge of “Mr. Le Brune a second...
[ Fredericksburg, New York ] October 12, 1778 . States desire of Captain-Lieutenant Daniel Gano,...
I have been waiting my dear Hamilton, for a Crisis in the case of the intended retaliation for...
Mr Garanger having positively renounced all claims to rank or command in the Corps of artillery,...
[ Preakness, New Jersey, July 9, 1780. Knox’s endorsement on Hamilton’s letter to him of July 9,...
I arriv’d here last saturday morning and immediately made inquiry whether Colo. Read had done any...
I arriv’d here Yesterday & made preparation to go over the lake this morning but General Schuyler...
A List of Stores to be convey’d to Camp At Cambridge from Ticonderoga 12 18 pounders—Iron  1...
I returnd from Ticonderoga to this place on the 15th instant & brought with me the Cannon &c. It...
List of Mortars and Cannon brought from Ticonderoga Decr 10th 1775. Mortars  Diameter of the bore...
I did myself the honor to address your Excellncy from Fort George on the 17 Ult.—I then was in...
Agreable to your Excellencys Instructions I tarried at Cambridge ’till all the Ordnance & Stores...
In consequence of your Excellencys directions I am employ’d in looking at and getting the...
Your Excellency will please to observe by the above summary that there are now mounted and fit...
From a view of the present important contest with Great Britain it appears that the war is but in...
I understood that some few Cannon were to be taken from Mount Washington for Kings Bridge for the...
Agreable to your directions, we view’d the hill, East of Mount Washington, & the camp in general,...
After my Letter to General Greene from Springfield of the 26th of January I sat out for this...
A Resolution of Congress of the 31 ultimo has been shewn to me by some French Officers attached...
It is the opinion of the subscriber that the Battery on Fort Island ought to have an additional...
Estimate of Ordnance, Arms, and Stores necessary for the Army of the United States for the...
To his Excellency George Washington, Esquire General and Commander in Chief of the Armies of the...
I exceedingly lament my want of experience and ability to fill properly the important Station in...
Your Excellency last evening referr’d to your General Officers the consideration of the position...
I receiv’d your Excellencys orders to give my sentiments “upon the advisability of making a...
Memorandum of sundry matters necesary to be done in the ordnance departments. 1. All the...
The following hints are humbly submitted to the consideration of your Excellency. The necessity...
I shall take particular care with respect to the Gun screws, and if those imported should not be...
I have consulted with his Excellency Governor Clinton on the best mode of transporting the Cannon...
I wrote your Excellency from Poughkeepsie, that as it was not probable the Train of Artillery at...
I wrote to your Excellency from Springfield concerning the Cannon which were sent from Albany to...
I receiv’d your Excellencys two Letters one of the 15th and the other of the 21 ultimo. I have...
In the conversation which I had the honor of having lately with your Excellency, you informed me...
I received your Excellency’s Letter of this morning respecting the probable evacuation of...
I feel myself so embarrassed, in the duties of the Department of which I have the honor to be the...
In compliance with your Excellency’s request of the last evening I shall consider and briefly...
I shall give my opinion on the subjects propos’d by your Excellency to your General Officers with...
I have considered the information which your Excellency on the 16th Instant was pleased to give...
I beg pardon for troubling your Excellency with the inclosd, which, if you think proper I request...
As there is much preparation to make, and many matters to arrange, in the Ordnance Department in...