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I shoud be glad to be favored with your Orders respecting the Troops now in this State—there...
I have inclosed a Return of the Troops at this Station, by which you will observe the number...
I was not honored with your favor, dated the 1st of Septr, ’til yesterday, which appears by the...
I am honored with your favor wrote from Newburgh without Date—and shou’d sometime ago have...
General Greene in his late Requisitions, was very pressing for Men to be forwarded—I have near...
I was honored with your Favor dated the 6th Instant, and regret much that the Commands are so...
I am sorry I had not the satisfaction of falling in with you whilst in Virginia; after the third...
I have the pleasure to acquaint you that since I wrote you on the 1st Instt. I have received arms...
I am sorry to inform you that the third Regiment was detained beyond my Expectations, for want of...
Since I have been in this State I have been peculiarly embarrassed—not only in raising Men—but in...
Colo: Harrison will address this, who commands the first Continental Regiment of Artillery,...
The above is an Extract of the last Letter I have received from Colo. Richardson on the Subject...
Letter not found : from William Smallwood, 13 Aug. 1779. On 15 Aug., GW wrote Smallwood: “I have...
In reply to the Propositions stated yesterday by your Excellency to the Board —after considering...
15Council of War, 10 April 1779 (Washington Papers)
At a Council of War held at Head Quarters Middle Brook April 10th 1779. Present The Commander in...
The within is a State of the Officers present & Absent in the seven Regiments of our Line now on...
Our Field Officers desire me to request your Opinion on the following Questions, as they judge...
Letter not found : from Brig. Gen. William Smallwood, 11 Feb. 1779. GW wrote Smallwood on 12 Feb....
Yesterday I recieved your favour dated the 1st Inst., and in pursuance of your Order have...
When I waited on you the other Evening, before your departure to Philadelphia, I found you too...
Capt. Marbury Quarter Master of the first Maryland Brigade waits on you to obtain an order for...
Two of the Questions stated yesterday by your Excellency to the Council respecting Detatchments...
I am clearly of opinion no movements or Opperations in this army ought to be undertaken, ’till we...
I think an enterprize against the Enemy in their present Situation in Philadelphia, would be...
I have inclosed you the proceedings, and Sentence of a Court Martial on the tryal of Capt....
The Horse you required are forwarded, the troops ariv’d here last Night, and I hoped to have had...
I had Intelligence yesterday afternoon from Newcastle, that upwards of one Hundred Sail of...
Letter not found : from William Smallwood, 2 June 1778. In his letter to Smallwood of 5 June , GW...
The Prisoners of War I shall send of to Lancaster early in the morning, and the tories I shall...
The Waggons not returning from moving the tents ’till yesterday and the weather proving wet on...