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Letter not found: from Benjamin Church, 20 Sept. 1775. On 24 Sept. Joseph Reed wrote to Church:...
The Day after I did Myself the Honor to write Your Excellency from Albany, I set out for this...
Marblehead [Mass.] 21 September 1775 . “The Inhabitants of Marblehead being at last rous’d to a...
Humbly Sheweth That your Petitioners Dellegates from the sevl Riggiments & Brigades Mentiond Viz....
Camp at Prospect Hill 22 September 1775 . “I have for some Time past ben Exercised with a bad...
I have Nothing Rema[r]kable to Wright[.] I have Included the minutes that Mr Leach touck Down, I...
Prospect Hill [24 September 1775] . Gives permission for Lt. David Richmond to resign his...
My last of the 19th Inst. from Newbury Port, advising of the Embarkation of the Troops I make no...
At the request of the bearer Mr Key, I have presumed to trouble you with this letter, to...
In Consequence of your Letter of the 18th instant we have sent out our small armed Vessel with...
Upon considering your Letter of 4th August, the following Points appear’d so exceedingly...
Two days ago I arrived here from Virginia, which the late short adjournment just allowed me time...
I did myself the Honor to address You in a long Letter of the 20th which I hope will come safe to...
I have ordered, James McCormick, the Criminal condemned for the Murder of Rueben Bishop, on board...
Watertown [Mass.] 27 September 1775 . Recommends officers in Col. Jonathan Brewer’s and Col....
We the Committee of Safety for the town of Glocester beg leave to represent to your Excellency...
Cambridge 28 September 1775 . Petitions for discharge from the service because “he is now Sick...
This just serves to inform your Excellency that I return’d to this place from Long Island...
I am to inform you that there are Part of Two Companies, of the Rhode Island Brigade, consisting...
The Petition of Jedidiah Southworth 2d Leiut. of a Company of foot in the 20th Regiment commanded...
In your last Letter you desire me to let Simpson have Some Money, I know of no Way to contrive it...
I hope you will please to pardon my taking the Liberty of laying these few Lines before your...
Proposals for Casting the Following Ordnance & Stores 3 Ten Inch Mortars 600 Ten Inch Shells
Your Letters No. 4, 5 and two other Letters not Numberd, with the Inclosures have been duly...
In conformity to general Orders, we the Subscribers, Commission-Officers of the 17th Regiment in...
Enclosed are the Observations on which I have nothing particular to remark. I am now to acquaint...
Letter not found: from John Langdon, 1 Oct. 1775. On the letter that GW wrote to Langdon on 21...
C. 1 October 1775 . Petitions for discharge from the army. Russell has been unable to do any duty...
I have just obtained two London Papers & the Last Boston Paper, as I am desirous of forwarding...
The Ship Prince George, Richard Emms Master, which left Bristol the 19th of July last, loaded...
Letter not found: from Lord Stirling, 2 Oct. 1775. On this date Stirling informed GW: “I wrote...
I wrote you this Morning by Mr Scott Since which Mr John Stevens my Nephew informs me he intends...
Being informed by my Friend⟨s⟩ Drs McKnight & McHenry, that the indiscrete Letter is decyphered,...
your Polite appology for my Letter being open’d, convinces me it was not to be prevented, and...
The Congress have this Day order’d Three Hundred Thousand Dollars in Addition to the Seven...
Roxbury Camp 3 October 1775 . Requests discharge from the service “for Reason’s within...
Watertown [Mass.] 3 October 1775 . Recommends officers for Col. Paul Dudley Sargent’s regiment....
In the Brigantine Dolphin lately carried into Gloucester, the two Women accompanying this were...
The inclosed state of Information is of such a Nature, that it is conceived highly proper to...
The Congress having this day Rec’d certain Intelligence of the Sailing of Two North Country built...
By a very intelligent person just arrived from London we have certain intelligence that a large...
I receive’d Your Letter of the 28th Augst on tuesday afternoon it was rather too late for me to...
Watertown [Mass.] 6 October 1775. . Recommends officers in Col. Edmund Phinney’s regiment for...
Roxbury Camp 7 October 1775 . Requests discharge from the army. “The State of my Health is such...
An ardent love for my Country & a desire to promote its Interest & welfare will I make no doubt...
A Ship in 7 weeks from London brings us pretty perfect intelligence of the infernal designs of...
I was favor’d, last Night, with your Letter which, I must acknowledge, was very different from...
Prospect Hill, 9 October 1775. . Recommends discharge of Sgt. William Vinson who “has for a long...
9 October 1775. . “H umbly P ray Your Honor would be pleas’d to hear us Respecting the settling...
We were too sanguine in our expectation on saturday, which occasiond Mr Moylan to tell Mr Reed,...