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West Point, August 31, 1779. States that Congress has refused Major General William Phillips...
Fredericksburg [ New York ] November 23, 1778 . Sends instructions for marching of Convention...
Mr. Lott’s [ East of Morristown, New Jersey ] July 26, 1777. Orders Bland to halt at Bristol,...
New Windsor [ New York ] June 28, 1779 . Is pleased with the situation of the Convention troops....
I received the letters directed to Colonel Rumsey, and Major Parker, and inclosed by you. Though...
I yesterday was favd with yours without date. The Season is already so far advanced, that however...
I have to acknowledge and thank you for your obliging favor of the 2d—your former (not with me at...
Congress having determined to remove the Troops of the Convention from the neighbourhood of...
The Enemy’s Fleet having left Sandy Hook and gone to Sea, you are requested to proceed forthwith...
Your favr of the 6th reached me at this place last evening. I am exceedingly sorry that you have...
I have received your two favours of April the 23d and the 31st of May. I was happy to learn that...
I received your favor of the 22d with the list of the officers of the regiment and the return. As...
I received yesterday your letter inclosing that of Colo. Dubuysson . It gives us great pain that...
[ Ringwood, New Jersey, January 26, 1781. “I accompanied the General to this place on the...
Yours of the 14th inst. , came to hand this day. * * * with respect to Col. Finnie, as a...
Your favr of the 26th June, which was handed to me by the Board of War, did not reach me till...
The intelligence, on which the order given you to join this army was founded, proving not to be...
I have yours of the 27th ulto. I am exceedingly mortified at hearing, that after Colol Temple has...
I have been favored with your letters of the 22d & 23 of last month with their several...
I have written to Lord Stirling to day to order a Subaltern with 16 Dragoons of Moylan’s Regiment...
I have received your favor of the 1st Inst. with the enclosure, this Morning, by the Express who...
In order to avoid the calling on the militia of Connecticut, for the purpose of guarding the...
Congress were pleased to come to a resolution of the 21st instant of which the inclosed is a...
MS (Virginia State Library). On the same small page, above JM’s receipt for pay as a delegate,...
The Article in the provisional Treaty respecting Negroes, which you mention to Sir Guy Carleton,...
I have received your three several favours of this day —I have spoken to the Commissary & forage...
I have receiv’d your favor mentioning the many & strong reasons you have for quitting the...
It being judged advisable to augment the Cavalry by an addition of one Lieutenant, one Serjeant,...
The Board of War having received disagreeable accounts of the situation of matters at the...
I received Your favor of the 10th by Yesterday’s post. I cannot at this time permit any of the...
Inclosed is an order of Congress of the 7th instant. You will be pleased to take immediate...
Yours of last evening reached me at day break this morning. The Continental troops will march...
I have been favd with your two letters of the 5th ulto. As it was not possible for Capt. Medici...
Your two expresses have delivered me your letters both of the 25th instant. If this reaches you...
As you have not yet had a route given you beyond the North River—I am to desire that you continue...
I have received yours of the 10th Ulto with an Account of your Proceedings up to that Time. As...
I earnestly entreat continuance of your vigilant attention to the movements of the Enemy and the...
I am informed that you are on your march from Virginia, to join the Army under my Command and...
Major General Philips and Major General Baron de Riedisel with his lady, and the gentlemen...
The most timid being now satisfied that the enemy will not pay us a visit, Baptiste is relieved,...
You are hereby appointed to superintend the removal of the convention troops from the State of...
Since the Conference I had the Honor to hold with you the ninth Instant, my Mind has been...
On Sunday last the Baron de Steuben handed me your obliging favor of the 22d of March—Permit me...
Your letter to Governor Henry of the 1st. instant came safe to hand yesterday and I immediately...
The Subject of your private Letter, is so important & involves so many Considerations, that I...