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In Considering the Several Matters which your Excellency has been pleased to referr to us; we do...
Letter not found: from Lord Stirling, 7 Dec. 1776. Nathanael Green wrote GW on this date : “Lord...
Letter not found: from Lord Stirling, 2 Oct. 1775. On this date Stirling informed GW: “I wrote...
In obedience to the orders given us we have met & deliberated upon the several matters referred...
New York, 18 May 1776 . Have investigated the claims of two officers to fill “the Vacant post of...
Untill your Excellency has Leisure to determine on a further plan for the Security of the pass...
The Intelligence which the two Granadiers [brought] is in many things Confirmed, first by the...
I received your letter by express of the 14th And your letter of the same date to General Lee...
When your letter of the 19th arrived at this place I was viewing some Grounds on Staten Island...
I wrote you this Morning by Mr Scott Since which Mr John Stevens my Nephew informs me he intends...
New York, 26 July 1776 . Asks GW to decide on Capt. Joseph Butler’s request to resign his...
I am honoured with your Letter of the 24. Brigadier General Heath arrived here on Saturday Last...
Agreeable to your Request, I left New York on Sunday last, in order to view the Fortifications on...
General Lee left this place on thursday Evening last for Philadelphia, in his Way for Virginia...
I have now an Oppertunity of informing you of what has happened to me Since I had last the...
On wednesday last I received Mr Moylans letter of the 9th and Immediatly sent forward to...
I got to the landing place yesterday Afternoon with Haslets, Miles’s, & part of Wiedens with our...
18Council 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...
In answer to the Several Questions Submitted by your Excellency Yesterday to a Council of General...
I have received yours of Yesterday evening about an hour ago. have Orderd in all the parties that...
I gave your Excellency an Account of our Arrival here yesterday Evening. Yesterday Afternoon a...
Haveing Carefully perused the two plans for the disipline of the Army which your Excellency was...
After a full consultation with General Irvine Col. Hazen and Colonel Stewart, and hearing the...
I Yesterday received your Excellency’s letters of the 5th & 13th. I can Assure your Excellency...
I was this Morning favoured with your Excellency’s letter of the 1st. The fleet at the hook was...
I had the Honour of receiveing your Excellencys letter of Yesterday’s date with the Several...
Extract of a Letter from Lord Stirling dated 2d August 1779. [“]I had a Letter from Major Lee...
I wrote your Excellency Yesterday Morn’g from Paramis, and Came here in the Afternoon. I find...
I have Just received your Excellency’s letter of the 14th. the important Questions it Suggests...
I have received your Excellency’s letter of the 4th Instant. I am Surprized you should be so long...