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Your own anxiety & distress of mind, is the best Criterion to judge of ours by—The Inclosed copy...
It was not until some time after your Excellency was made acquainted with the very great...
I would have wrote your Excellency on my arrival at Princetown—but did not like to give you...
We have this moment received your Excellency’s favor of this day & shall Immediately communicate...
May it please your Excellency, We the Subscribers, General Officers in the American Army, beg...
If not Inconsistant, I should esteem it as a particular favor if your Excellency would permit...
I have this moment recd the Inclosed—it has been unaccountably delayed—but so nearly Corroborates...
In Obedience to your Orders of the Instant I directed Colonels Putnam & Butler to Reconnoitre the...
The Light Infantry who were Encamped on the Right between third & fourth Street have Struck their...
The fort & Garrison with Colo. Johnston are ours—Our Officers & men behaved like men who are...
The procuring good and easy Winter Quarters for the Troops under your Excellencies Command—and...
I send you a Sacradotal Villain who came from new York the day before yesterday he effects a...
The most general and unhappy mutiny suddenly took place in the Pennsa Line about 9. OClock last...
Genl Wayne’s Opinion of the Defences necessary for the River and Land in case the Enemy should...
I have in Company with Sevl field officers reconnoitred the Ground in the vicinity of Haverstraw...
Letter not found : from Anthony Wayne, 20 Sept. 1779. On 21 Sept., GW wrote Wayne: “Your letter...
The moment I recd your favor of the 3rd Instant which was not u[n]til 11 OClock yesterday—I...
I took the liberty some days since to Suggest the Selecting 2′500 or 3′000 of our best Armed and...
Enclosed is a plan of the Enemies works at Stoney point—taken by Colo. Putnam with the points of...
I took the Liberty to mention to your Excellency the difficulty that the Light Corps experience...
On the Enemies Beating the Revellee I ordered the Troops under Arms and began our March for their...
many Gentlemen in this place affect to be very Sanguine in the Defence of Charles town, & remain...
At the particular request of Mr Watkins I took the liberty to mention him to your Excellency as a...
I was favored with yours of the 18th last evening—& will in consequence render myself in Camp the...
After we left the field of Battle the Troops, who took the Upper Rout were formed at White...
I intended to do myself the honor of waiting on you this morning, but my foot being a little...
In Obedience to your Excellencies Commands I have waited on the Genl and find Sufficient of Arms...
I am this Moment favoured with yours of the 12th Instant but wish it was not so urgent, as I am...
AL (draft): Historical Society of Pennsylvania The writer, later known as “mad Anthony,” needs no...
The purport of the Questions Offered by your Excellency this morning to the Consideration of the...
I did myself the Honor of writing to you the 20th ultimo mentioning that I was necessitated to be...
The appearance of the number of Vessels in Haverstraw Bay was a little exaggerated —there is not...
The first and second Penna. Brigades with four field pieces and Col. Moyland’s Horse to take up...
I was honored with your favor of the 17th last Evening & had a Similar acct out from Stoney Point...
I recd your two favors of the 21st by Doctr Johnston—& the express—the first at 4. in the...
I landed in New Jersey the 19th and proceeded to salem the same Evening—the next Morning I sent...
In obedience to the Orders of the Commissioners appointed by Congress to settle the terms of...
After a variety of Marches and counter marches frequently offering battle to Lord Cornwallis upon...
You have heard that the Enemy—after burning Spring-field—are retired to their former post on...
I have been favored with yours of yesterday within this half hour—& shall keep a watchful eye on...
Letter not found : from Anthony Wayne, 21 Oct. 1779. On 22 Oct., Wayne wrote to GW: “I did myself...
Enclosed is a Letter from Genl St Clair who has sent Lieut. Butler (a Brother of the Colonels[)]...
It was but the evening before last that I had the honor of first seeing the General state of...
Your letter of yesterday from Robinsons house, came to hand between 7 & 8 O Clock in the...
Your favor of the 3rd with a poscript dated the 4th at 7 OClock a.m. by Major Fishbourn came to...
On the 10th Instant I did myself the honor to Suggest an Idea of manoeuvring the Enemy into a...
From the best Intelligence I have be[en] able to procure no Embarkation had taken place at New...
In Obedience to your Orders of the 2nd from Fish Kill, I sent Lieut. Colo. Williams with a Proper...
The total liberation of the Southern States from an enemy, affords the Citizens a flattering...
Soon after I wrote your Excellency from Mount Holly —I recd Intelligence that the Enemy had...