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1Council 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...
We have recovered our Sloop which I wrote concerning the other Day, & no other Damage sustained...
Upon rect of your favour of 23d Inst. late at Night, the next morning early I gave orders...
I have the pleasure to acquaint you that since I wrote you on the 1st Instt. I have received arms...
On my arrival here at Christmas I found the Regular & flying Camp Officers in general much...
I have dispatch’d two Officers one to Governor Johnson at Annapolis & the other to the head of...
Last Night Colonel Gist joined me he has * Troops—our united Force amounts to §. I am now on my...
I have revolved in my Mind the Subject of your Requisition last Night, and placed it in every...
I received yours of the 1st Instant, in answer to mine by Colo. Proctor, soon after his Departure...
I had Intelligence yesterday afternoon from Newcastle, that upwards of one Hundred Sail of...
Two of the Questions stated yesterday by your Excellency to the Council respecting Detatchments...
The Enemys Fleet still remain down below Reedy Island, except such Transports as conveyed off the...
Agreeable to your orders I sent Capt. Norwood to obtain a List of the Stores at the head of Elk,...
I was honored with your Favor dated the 6th Instant, and regret much that the Commands are so...
Since I have been in this State I have been peculiarly embarrassed—not only in raising Men—but in...
I am much obliged by your favor received last Evening, and shall take every necessary precaution...
Letter not found: from Brig. Gen. William Smallwood, c.26 Mar. 1778. GW wrote Smallwood on 28...
I hope your Excellency will excuse the Delay in not answering your favors of the 12th & 13th...
I am honored with your favor wrote from Newburgh without Date—and shou’d sometime ago have...
By return of a Party of Dragoons who I had detatched for that purpose, I have just received...
After meeting with many impediments in the Commissary’s & Quarter masters departments, which have...
I have just been favor’d with yours of yesterdays Date, & the Requisitions therein shall be...
I have sent you as ⅌ r the Inclosed List, such Goods as you wrote for, so far as the Prize wou’d...
Yesterday I recieved your favour dated the 1st Inst., and in pursuance of your Order have...
Letter not found : from William Smallwood, 2 June 1778. In his letter to Smallwood of 5 June , GW...
Capt. Marbury Quarter Master of the first Maryland Brigade waits on you to obtain an order for...
Inclosed is a letter, I fancy from Governor Johnson, forwarded by the bearer hereof Mr Burrell...
I received your Favor of the 6th Inst., & in reply to that part relative to the British...
General Greene in his late Requisitions, was very pressing for Men to be forwarded—I have near...
Our Field Officers desire me to request your Opinion on the following Questions, as they judge...
The Horse you required are forwarded, the troops ariv’d here last Night, and I hoped to have had...
There were three Ladies Captured by Barry but he informs no one of the Name of Mitchell they were...
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...
Colo: Harrison will address this, who commands the first Continental Regiment of Artillery,...
I have inclosed you the proceedings, and Sentence of a Court Martial on the tryal of Capt....
The Evening of the 29th I was favored with yours of the 28th Inst., Mr Richmond copying my Ltr...
By this Opertunity, I transmit the Inclosed Letters, & Mr Franklins Accts of Provision, Cloathing...
I have inclosed a Return of the Troops at this Station, by which you will observe the number...
Letter not found: from Brig. Gen. William Smallwood, 17 April 1778. On 18 April, GW wrote to...
On Wednesday Evening the Enemy in a Sloop of war, one Galley, and about 40 Boats fell down the...
I think an enterprize against the Enemy in their present Situation in Philadelphia, would be...
I have just recd your favour of the 25th Inst. & am happy to find the Measures I had Adopted have...
I was favor’d with yours of Yesterdays Date, & your Orders shall be strictly complied with...
It is four Days since I wrote concerning the Situa[tio]n of the Troops under my Command, & am...
For this two Days past the Enemys Fleet have been passing by here, to amount of 150 Sail, of...
A Fleet of 59 Ships, inclusive of a Frigate of 28, & a Sloop of 16 Guns came down the River...
I am sorry to inform you that the third Regiment was detained beyond my Expectations, for want of...
I received your Favors of the 7th Inst., & am peculiarly embarrassed, by a Proposition, which I...
The Waggons not returning from moving the tents ’till yesterday and the weather proving wet on...