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I am sensible of the Absolute Necessity of every Officer Joining his Corps; and nothing shou’d...
Since I received your Excellency’s Instructions, I have Obtained an Extract from the Act of...
I have been here near three weeks, without being able as yet, to get a final Determination On any...
Before I left Williamsburg I did myself the Honor of Inclosing your Excellency a Copy of the Act...
The Inclosed are Letters from Brigadier General Hamilton, who Commands the Convention Troops, to...
I have the Honor of Inclosing your Excellency, the Proceedings of a General Court Martial held at...
I am Honoured with your Excellencys Letter of the 27 Ult. Inclosing the Representation of Mr...
I have the Honor to Inform your Excellency that Our Supplies at this Post have been much better...
The Removal of the British Troops from the State of Virginia to Maryland, has Occasioned my being...
I think it my Duty to inform your Excellency, that I was Continued On the Command of...
I find it altogether Out of My Power to engage Any of the Tradesmen Among the German Troops to go...
I am Honour’d with your Letter of the 9th. Instant with the Several Inclosures, and shall think...
Frederick Town [ Frederick, Md. ], 20 Dec. 1780 . Capt. [Edmund] Read of the light dragoons...
I returned to this Post Two Days Ago from Maryland, where I left the British Troops tollerably...
I forgot to Ask your Opinion whether the Soldiers of the Regiment of Guards might with Propriety...
Since the Return of the German Troops to the Barracks a Great Proportion of the Regiment of...
I this Instant Received Your letter of the 18th. Instant, and have given Orders for the immediate...
Since I had the Honor of Writing you the 20th. Instant I have been informed that there is a...
Colonel Mengen had left this Place before I received your Letter of the 21st., when I see him,...
I have Divided the German Troops between this Place and the Warm Springs in Berkeley, and am Just...
I Make No Doubt but you have heard the Determination of Congress with respect to the Convention...