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The Address of so respectable a Body as the Senate and House of representatives of the...
A Detachment of about 500 Men is to be sent to garrison the western Posts—A supply of Camp...
I received with much pleasure by the last Mail from Philadelphia, your favor of the 19th of April...
It was not ’till Yesterday that I received your favor of the 25th of June—I now acknowledge the...
I have received a call from Congress to repair to Princeton; whether for any special purpose, or...
Since my return from the Northward I have made particular enquiry into the state of the Boats...
My outfit for the Army in 1775. the Expenditures on my journey to Cambridge (in which those of...
Upon my return from a Tour to the Northern & Western parts of this State I found your Letter of...
Your Letter of the 23d July was handed to me on my Return from the Northward. The advanced Season...
I have received your letter of the 30th Ulto with a Catalogue of my Books—When you go next to...
By the last post, I was honored with your Excellency’s favor of the 1st instt, enclosing the...
I have lately been favord with a Letter from you dated 28th of Feby in the present year; and as...
Enclosed, I give you the trouble of a Letter from a Miss Janet Dalgleish to me. As it is totally...
Your Ideas of the Ordnance that would be proper for the Garrisons of Niagara and Oswego accord...
14025General Orders, 17 August 1783 (Washington Papers)
The Commander in Chief having been requested by Congress to give his attendence at Prince Town,...
Captain Vincent is come here, with some of the St Francois Tribe of Indians, to receive the pay...
Under the urgent necessity of making immediate preparations for occupying the Western Posts as...
To make preparation for garrisoning the Posts which will be ceded to us by the British on the...
You are hereby directed to repair immediately to the Northward, in order to make Arrangements for...
I have been greatly disappointed in not seeing you before my departure from this place—in...
Captain Vincent with three of the St Francois Tribe of Indians have been here some days and now...
This will be delivered to you by Mr Mix Asst Q. M. Genl who in the absence of the Quartr M. Genl...
By His Excellency George Washington Esqr., General & Commander in Chief of the Forces of the...
I have received with satisfaction your favor—congratulating me on the happy return of Peace, &...
If my Letter from Albany by the Count del Vermé has reached you, it would inform you that I had...
By His Excellency George Washington Esqr. General & Commander in Chief of the Forces of the...
I inclose to your Care my Answer to the Address of the Magistracy and Inhabitants of the Borough...
It gives me the most pleasing sensations to find so cordial a welcome on my return, in peace, to...
Your several Letters of the 19 20 & 21 of this month are come to hand. My Papers being yet...
I have been favord with your Letter of the 12th of this month. Not having heard from the Quarter...