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The total liberation of the Southern States from an enemy, affords the Citizens a flattering...
The Campaign in this Quarter being gloriously terminated under your Excellency’s auspices—I have...
I wish you to do me the Justice to believe, that I never did not nor never will, be guilty of any...
Inclosed are a letter Return &ca which I intended to forward sooner—the temper of the Gentlemen...
The Retreat of Lord Cornwallis to Portsmouth, & the advance of Colonel Tarlton with about nine...
After a variety of Marches and counter marches frequently offering battle to Lord Cornwallis upon...
I do myself the honor of Inclosing your Excellency a General return of the Detachment of Infantry...
I was honored with your favor of the 18th Ultimo, an extract of which I immediately laid before...
I was honored, & much Obliged by yours of the 26th Ultimo, & had the most flattering prospects of...
I was honored with your favor of the 2nd Instant and experience much happiness in your...
The Commissioners appointed by Congress have nearly closed the settlement of the Inlistments of...
In obedience to the Orders of the Commissioners appointed by Congress to settle the terms of...
I would have wrote your Excellency on my arrival at Princetown—but did not like to give you...
I wrote you yesterday morning by Mr Craig, since which I was honored with yours of the 8th...
In mine of the 9th I had the Honor of giving you a particular account of our proceedings &...
Your favor of the 3rd with a poscript dated the 4th at 7 OClock a.m. by Major Fishbourn came to...
Your own anxiety & distress of mind, is the best Criterion to judge of ours by—The Inclosed copy...
The most general and unhappy mutiny suddenly took place in the Pennsa Line about 9. OClock last...
The accounts from New York are so complicated & Contradictory that very little Credit is to be...
I was this morning honored with your favor of the 7th, & the company of the Count de Custine, &...
At the particular request of Mr Watkins I took the liberty to mention him to your Excellency as a...
We have frequently experienced every possible extreme of cold & fatigue in errecting Hutts at a...
Will you have the goodness to excuse my not waiting on you to announce the Arrival of the first...
Your letter of yesterday from Robinsons house, came to hand between 7 & 8 O Clock in the...
On the 10th Instant I did myself the honor to Suggest an Idea of manoeuvring the Enemy into a...
When your Excellency was pleased to lay a state of matters before the Council of War the 6th of...
When I was first informed of the discontent that pervaded the whole of the Field Officers of the...
We have this moment received your Excellency’s favor of this day & shall Immediately communicate...
It was not until some time after your Excellency was made acquainted with the very great...
In pursuance of the plan which your Excellency was pleased to adopt—the first & Second Pennsa...
being convinced that our field pieces were too light to make the wished Impression on the Block...
Totowa [ New Jersey ] July 20, 1780 . “The troops will move from this Ground at 3. OClock …...
The first and second Penna. Brigades with four field pieces and Col. Moyland’s Horse to take up...
In obedience to your Excellency’s Orders I proceeded with Mr Erskine to reconnoitre the Landing...
It was but the evening before last that I had the honor of first seeing the General state of...
You have heard that the Enemy—after burning Spring-field—are retired to their former post on...
I was favored with yours of the 18th last evening—& will in consequence render myself in Camp the...
many Gentlemen in this place affect to be very Sanguine in the Defence of Charles town, & remain...
I was so unfortunate as not to be acquainted with the Intended attempt upon Staten Island,...
I was honored with your favor of the 28th Ultimo, & on the 2nd Instant the Light Corps was...
I have just returned from a Position where I had a fine view, & Distinctly counted 110 Sail of...
The intelligence that Colo. Butler brings from Amboy which place he left at 12 OClock this day...
Last Saturday a Considerable Number of transports fell down to red hook—& on Sunday Morning about...
I have this moment returned from Paulus Hook, Eighty sail of transports (said to be full of men)...
I have nothing new from the Enemy but hourly expect my Mercury, Was I to hazard an Opinion it...
No part of the Enemies fleet had sail’d yesterday morning—nor do I think had any Considerable...
In Obedience to your’s of yesterday Colo. Febeger with the Virginia Light Infantry will March...
I have this moment recd the Inclosed—it has been unaccountably delayed—but so nearly Corroborates...
From the best Intelligence I have be[en] able to procure no Embarkation had taken place at New...
I was honored with your favor of the 20th Instant the day before yesterday on the banks of the...