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Letter not found: to Col. Elias Dayton, 20 Jan. 1777. Dayton’s letter to GW of 13 Jan. is...
You will perceive by the inclosed, which was wrote a few days ago, that you were ordered to halt,...
Your several Letters of the 9th, 15th & 18th Inst. were duly received, while I was absent from...
The Negro Boy, whom it is said Captain Ballard attempted to sell, waits upon you with this—he...
You will be pleased to detach from the Brigade under your command upon the receipt of this, a...
I have recd yours of yesterday with the intelligence it inclosed—That the French and Spanish...
Yours of this morning has just reached me. In consequence of Advice recd this day of the Enemy’s...
I have received your Letter of the 6th and am obliged to you for the Papers & Intelligence...
I recd your favr of the 28th that of yesterday reached me late last Night. I most sincerely wish...
I have been favd with yours of the 3d 4th and 7th—Upon your representation, and that of Mr...
His Exy is much surprized that no Returns of your Line have been transmitted to Head Quarters...
I have received your two Letters of the 17th and 18th Instants. The only object I had in view, in...
I have received the Communications, which you did me the favor to make, in Your Letter of the...
I have received information that Captain Ogden of the Jersey Line has lately been into the City...
You will be pleased to commence the march of the Jersey Brigade by the left on thursday morning...
You will this evening detach a party of 100 men to take post upon the Heights at Fort Lee and...
I have reced yours of the 15th. I shall be glad to be informed whether the Fleet mentioned by...
Notwithstanding the pointed orders which have been issued against receiving Flags at...
You will take post with and hut your brigade somewhere in the entrance of the Clove as near as...
You are immediately upon Receipt of this to march your Regiment and Colonel Ogdens with all their...
I recd yours of the 13th instant last Evening, and have immediately written to Govr Livingston...
If through the Channel you mentioned to me the other day, or any other, you could speedily...
Doctor McWorter has represented to His Excellency the case of a certain negro lately taken by a...
I am informed by casual report that a Captain of the 57th Regt British, lately taken by Captain...
By a Letter received this Morning from Lord Stirling of the 22d Inst., I find he intends to...
I have recd both your favors of the 15th announcing the arrival of Admiral Greaves, which is...
The intercourse between the inhabitants of the States and the Citizens of New York, by means of...
I have received your Letter of the 22nd of Febry enclosing the Proceedings of a Court Martial on...
I have recd your favr of this date. You will remain where you are ’till further orders, but you...
I have received your letter of the 11th and have given a warrant for the month’s pay agreeable to...
I have reced a Letter of the 1st Instant from Cap. Dayton informing me that Lt McDonald of the...
I have given the most peremptory Orders, that no Flag from the Enemy shall be received at any...
I have recd yours of the 10th: I prefer permitting an escape to giving up—because doing the last...
Be so good as to use your best endeavours to obtain intelligence from York and Staten Island,...
You will put the detachment of 250 Men ordered in mine of the 16h inst. under the Command of Majr...
The conduct of the Enemy is distressing, and difficult to be understood. Since my last, directing...
From the inclosed information of Captain Stevens there is reason to apprehend, the business of...