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421General Orders, 26 October 1775 (Washington Papers)
As several of the Officers have not yet signified their intentions respecting the requisitions...
Your several Favors of the 12th & 14th Instant came safely to Hand, though not in the proper...
423General Orders, 27 October 1775 (Washington Papers)
In making out the Pay Abstracts for the Month of September; the Colonels and commanding Officers...
Gentlemen: The continued accumulation of price, and the scarcity which prevails throughout the...
425General Orders, 28 October 1775 (Washington Papers)
The General Court Martial whereof Col. Bridge was President is dissolved. It is recommended to...
Sir,—I could not let Mr. White depart this Camp without paying you the tribute of a Letter. When...
427General Orders, 29 October 1775 (Washington Papers)
Varick transcript , DLC:GW .
Your Favour of the 25 Inst. came safely to hand. Capt. Whipple’s Voyage has been unfortunate, but...
As you will be fully informed of every matter and thing relative to the army, by your own...
Since I had the pleasure of addressing you last no material occurrence has happened in our Camp....
431General Orders, 30 October 1775 (Washington Papers)
Varick transcript , DLC:GW .
The Information which the Gentlemen who have lately gone from hence can give the Congress of the...
After you left this yesterday Mr Tudor presented me with the Inclosed—as there may be some...
At the Instance and Request of the Committee of Cape Ann, I dispatched Major Mason, to survey and...
Letter not found: to Lund Washington, 30 Oct. 1775. On 12 Nov. Lund Washington wrote to GW :...
436General Orders, 31 October 1775 (Washington Papers)
As many Officers, and others, have begun to inlist men for the Continental Army, without Orders...
437General Orders, 1 November 1775 (Washington Papers)
The General recommends it to those Officers, who have signified their Intention to continue in...
Letter not found: to Loammi Baldwin, 1 Nov. 1775. At the end of a draft of a letter to GW, dated...
439General Orders, 2 November 1775 (Washington Papers)
Varick transcript , DLC:GW .
I have your favour of the 28th Ulto before me—immediately upon reciept of it, I communicated the...
I could not suffer Mr Randolph to quit this Camp with out bearing some testimony of my duty to...
I have been honored with your favor of the 30th ulto by Mr Trumbull —I sincerely wish this Camp...
The news of your recovery, has given your friends a great deal of Joy. we had little hopes of...
I promised the Gentlemen who did me the honor to Call upon me yesterday by order of your house,...
445General Orders, 3 November 1775 (Washington Papers)
William Briant, Alexander Ingham, Francis Woobourn and Joseph Rockwood, tried at a late General...
446General Orders, 4 November 1775 (Washington Papers)
Varick transcript , DLC:GW . Artemas Ward’s orderly book gives the countersign as “Falmouth” (...
Your favour of the 31st Ulto was presented to me yesterday. I than⟨k⟩ you (as I shall do every...
At a time when some of our Sea port Towns are cruelly and Wantonly laid in Ashes; and ruin &...
449General Orders, 5 November 1775 (Washington Papers)
Samuel Huntington, and John Englis, soldiers in the 34th Regt of foot, tried at a late General...
Your Favour of the 26th Ulto with the Inclosures containing an account of the Surrender of Fort...