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I request that you will join the Army as soon as you can. I wrote you upon this subject before we...
The good People of the State of Pennsa Living in the Vicinity of Philadelphia and near the...
New Windsor [ New York ] July 1, 1779 . Has appointed Wayne “to the command of the light infantry...
I have just received your letter of the 21st—The affair of your line has been singularly...
I wrote to you the 12th Ultimo, desiring, that so soon as any other General Officer should arrive...
You are to proceed with the first and second Pennsilvania and the brigade late Conways —by the...
As you are appointed in the Arrangement of the Army to command a Brigade of Pensylvania Troops, I...
I have received your favour of the 26th—mentioning the sailing of the second Fleet—General...
I have received information of the Guards (and some add other Troops) advancing to Kings...
I was favd a few days ago with a letter from you by Mrs Yorke. I wish it had been in my power to...
Instead of coming to The Ferry you will march your brigade by Storms and Clements to West Point...
New Windsor [ New York ] February 2, 1781 . Commends Wayne for conduct during mutiny. Excuses...
I receiv’d your favor of Yesterday, & immediately sent one of my Aids to represent the Subject of...
You will send a proper fatigue party from your division, on the road leading from Bull’s Iron...
Herewith you will be pleased to receive general instructions for your conduct—This you will...
New Windsor [ New York ] July 5, 1779 . Discusses provisions for clothing the infantry. Regrets...
[ West Point ] September 24, 1779 . Refuses to countermand the order for the trial of Major Henry...
Congress, as you will have been informed, have determined that the Pennsylvania line shall...
I was yesterday favd with yours of the 18th. It would have been a very desirable thing to have...
I received Your favor of Yesterday morning, and am apprehensive, as you have not acknowledged the...
I am this moment favored with your letter. Accounts received by deserters from Ver-planks-point...
I was duly favored with Yours of the 19th ulto, by Colonel Harrison—at the same time, that I...
I have received your letter of this day and have issued a General order for regulating the manner...
I have reflected on the advantages and disadvantages of delaying the proposed attempt, and I do...
Your Application is not a little distressing to me; and if comply’d with must have an unhappy...
Your letter of this day is this moment received—I shall take pleasure in paying every attention...
Major Campbell advises by Letter just now received that the Enemy are advancing toward Van...
I rode down to this place to see General Sullivan and to be in the way should the enemy, by their...
As you know that an enterprise against Wilmington is the first object in view for the detachment...
I have your favr of yesterday inclosing a sketch of the bearings and distances of the Grounds...
I am favd with yours of the 14th: This will be delivered to you by Lieut. Peyton of Capt. Lees...
I recd your favr of the 27th in due time. Before this reaches you, you will undoubtedly have...
I have your favr of yesterday. I can hardly suppose that a total evacuation of New York can be in...
I received last night your favor of the 14th and am glad to find you have got so good and secure...
I observe in your Letter of the 16th of July by Mr Archer that you make particular mention of his...
In consequence of yours of the 19th I gave your Qr Mr an order for 500 pair of shoes which,...
I have recd your favr of the 25th as I did that of the 10th. I think your precautions for the...
I with the greatest Pleasure received your Acco. of the Action at Green Spring—as I had just...
Your favor of this date came duly to hand —I shall certainly not undertake any thing (capital)...
You will see by the inclosed Letter that your presence in Camp is essential to settling matters...
When your letter was brought by Major Fishbourne I was absent from Head Quarters and did not...
You will proceed with the 1st and 2d Pennsylvania Brigades and Colo. Moylans Regt of Dragoons...
It gave me great Pleasure to learn by yours of the 26th ulto. that You had marched from York...
I have received your favor of the 10th inst. expressing your desire to have a command in the...
You will be pleased to march tomorrow Morning at day light with the first Pennsylvania Brigade by...
I inclose you a Warrant on the Deputy pay Master General for Fifteen hundred Dollars to pay the...
Morristown [ New Jersey ] December 28, 1779 . States that, since the second British fleet has...
On Friday-morning, at Sun rising you will march the division under your command to a mile below...
I recd yours of Yesterday late last Evening. Genl Muhlenberg had directions not to move from his...
Yours of the 26th from Mount Holly came to hand last evening. I am pleased to hear that you had...