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You are to repair to Fort Montgomery, and take upon you the Commd of the Posts in the Highlands....
On the Execution of the Inclosed Warrant with expedition, care & exactness, much may depend; I...
Yours of the 20th & 22d Inst. are both safe to hand, the person you was to seize by warrant, you...
I received yours of the 20 Instt and in answer thereto request you to draw out of your Regiment...
Having occasion to part with my Housekeeper, a Mrs Thompson somewhere in your Neighbourhood, is...
The Committee inform Me that no Evidence has appeared against Fletcher Mathews, and desire his...
I received yours by Major Ranselear, and am pleased to find you are makeing the necessary...
Your favour of the 13th Inst. was duly Received, The steps you have taken appear to me extreamly...
The Bearer Lieut. Machine I have sent to Act as an Engineer in the Posts under your Command, and...
Head Quarters [New York] 14 August 1776 . Forwards Clinton’s commission as brigadier general in...
I have this day wrote to the President of the Convention of New York requesting that an Aid of...
I have before me your two Letters of the 8th and 10th Inst. the first inclosing Returns of the...
Your Lettr of the 1st Inst. enclosing one from the Committee of New Windsor and a Deposition...
General Schuyler having requested me in the most pressing manner, to send him a General Officer...
In order to shorten the March of the Massachusett’s Regiments intended for this quarter, They are...
White Plains [ New York ] July 31, 1778 . Instructs Clinton to move to Kings Bridge in order to...
With the Detachment under your command, which is to comprehend the Corps now advanced with Colo....
[ Fredericksburg, New York, October 17, 1778 .] States that Colonel Goose Van Schaick is to...
I have determined to send Col. Van Schaicks regiment to Fort Schuyler to relieve Col. Ganseworth....
This Letter is intended to countermand the orders which have been given you for marching —if...
I am informed by Gen. Scott that some boatsmen belonging to your brigade who were imployed by Lt...
Permission is granted to send a Flag Boat from New York to King’s Ferry with Cloathing and other...
I request that you will, as soon as possible after receipt of this, proceed with the remainder of...
Upon receipt of this letter you will be pleased to proceed immediately to Albany, or the place to...
In a letter from General Hand of the 20th instant, he transmitted a memorial from Major Whitcomb...
Inclosed is a letter to Major Posey, which I must request you will forward to him. It is...
I have been favoured with Your Letter of the 5th Inst. and with Your’s & Genl Hand’s of the 28th...
I have recd your favs. of the 18th and 28th Decemr and 2d instant with their inclosures. I...
I have received your favors of the 9th and 13th insts.—In my last of the 19th I informed you that...
Upon a farther consideration of the subject of my letter of the 25th Ulto—it appears to me of the...