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Previous to your departure from the Army, I wish to take an oppertunity of expressing my...
To the General Officers of the Army Assembled at Head Quarters, Newburgh, 24th June 1783....
Before I make a reply to the Subject of the Address of the Generals and Officers Commanding the...
Having occasion to go to Poughkeepsie for the purpose of transacting some business with His...
To the General Officers of the Army. assembled in Council at the New Building April 17th 1783...
It is represented to me, that Capn Day, of the 7th Massachusetts Regiment, is now, not only able...
A few days ago General Lincoln delivered me your favor of the 7th respecting the Enemy’s force at...
A few days since, I reced your favor of the 25th of January—There is such an absolute dearth of...
I have to acknowledge the receipt of your favor of the 1st instant. Congress have been pleased to...
I have been favored with your Letters of the 18th & 25th Ulto the former enclosing Captain...
It was not until the arrival of the last eastern Mail, that I was favoured with your Letter of...
The Powers of equal date herewith Authorize you to proceed to Tappan in Orange County in the...
By His Excellency George Washington Esqr. General and Commander in Chief of the Forces of the...
Altho I must confess that it appears to me rather surprizing to have a request for so many...
I have received your Letter of this Day, accompanied with one from Colo. Canfield at Stamford,...
I do myself the pleasure to inform you, that Major General Mcdougall, by a letter of the 23d...
Your two favors of Yesterdays date are come to Hand. I approve your proposition of four light...
I have received your Letter of Yesterday with the papers inclosed. I return you Major Ashleys...
After I have seen the troops maneuvered upon the point tomorrow morning, I shall go down to...
I have been favored with your Letter of this date. It is my opinion that Major Porter be bro’t to...
Your favor of yesterday has been duly received—I think it proper that the trial of Major Keith...
By the Contents of Sir Guy Carletons Letter which came inclosed in yours of this Day, I find it...
His Excellency Sir Guy Carleton having requested a Passport for Chief Justice Smith to repair to...
Having desired you to meet an Officer from Sir Guy Carleton for the purpose mentioned in your...
Being very confident of your attention to the several objects entrusted to your care during my...
For your Information—& that you may know the Object of your Mission, I inclose to you a...
I have received your favor of Yesterday, and shall cause attention to be paid to the several...
I have this moment received a Letter from Count De Rochambeau (by one of His Aids, in five days...
The Resolve of Congress relative to the Forage belonging to this State, which was used by the...
I am favord with your Letter of this date. see 8 July 1782 from Heath As Mr Marbois consents, I...