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I should have been glad had the situation of the Army, in respect to General Officers, admitted...
In a circular letter of the 22d of Jany—in your absence—I transmitted the Inspectors reports of...
I informed You yesterday morning, that I had received certain advices that a body of the Enemy...
From the accounts which I have received from the northward, I am in hopes there will be no...
As it is necessary there should be an Officer in whom the State has confidence to take the...
Be pleased to order the Regimental Pay Master and Cloathier of Colo. Weissenfelds Regt to repair...
From the advices which I have this day received from the Governor and General Schuyler, I have...
I have received several of your favors lately, but having sent them up to New Windsor among my...
Upon receipt of this you will send Majr Davis of Wisenfeldts Regiment to his Excellency Governr...
I have received Yours of the 5th. I hope by this time matters of supply are in better train in...
I have the pleasure of introducing to you the Chevr de Chatteleaux Majr Genl in the French Army,...
I have received your favor of the 20th By the incorporation of the 1st and 3d Regiments, the...
As we are making a detachment from this army, it is become expedient to withdraw a part of your...
In consequence of a letter from His Excellency the Governor representing the situation of the...
I observe by the last returns of Ordnance Stores from Fort Schuyler that 54 lb. of Powder had...
I have received your favor of the 5th by Mr Gamble. Nothing gives me greater pain than being...
I some time ago upon the representation of Mr Rensalaer the Commy of Stores at Albany gave him an...
Instantly on the receipt of your Letter of the 16th Ulto (which came to hand in two days from the...
Since my letter to you of yesterday in which I mentioned the measure I had taken respecting...
Your Letter of the 4th Instant, by Express, was received in the course of the last night: by Mine...
I have been favored with your Letter of the 7th Instant. The measure you took, for obtaining...
I recd your favor of the 16th Just as I was setting out for Connecticut to meet the Count de...
Upon my return from Weathersfield the evening of the 26th I was favored with your two Letters of...
In my Letter of the 28 Ulto I informed you of the succour you might expect, if necessary. The...
In consequence of repeated intelligence from the Northward, that the Enemy were assembled in...
In my Letter of the 5th & 10th Inst. I intimated to you the necessity of keeping the...
In a conference this day with the Governor—the Lieut. Governor—Genl Schuyler and Genl Ten Brock...
I am favored with your Letters of the 27th and 28th Inst. and am pleased with the account you...
In my last Letter, I requested you to forward all the Continental Troops from the Northward to...
I am favour’d with yours of the 6th—In consequence of my letter of the same date, the 2d Regt...
I have received your Letter of the 10th—I am very sorry to hear the Disturbance which has taken...
I have written to General Schuyler to have all the Boats, Oars & Plank which he has been able to...
I have recd your favor of the 12th I imagine before this reaches you, the first detachment of...
I am favored with your Letter of the 30th Ulto also with one from His Excellency Governor Clinton...
I have been duly favored with your letter of the 9th Inst. announcing the arrival of General...
Your favour of the 6th reached me yesterday—I am Sorry that you find the old Hutts of the Jersey...
In your last Conversation with me on the Subject of Resigning your Commisn as Brigr Genl you...
Doctor Vache formerly Surgeon to the 4th New York Regiment has made application to Congress,...