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The Marquis’s baggage coming on by the way of Hartford to Fishkill— His Excellency desires me to...
I am directed by His Excely to request that you will be pleased, on the arrival of the Marquis’s...
Inclosed you have Duplicates of my letters of the 30th ulto—the originals of which having been...
From the diminution of our force at the Highlands by the expiration of the service of many of the...
In the report of the march of yesterday, it appears there was to your baggage a guard of a...
[ Preakness, New Jersey ] November 27, 1780 . Sends instructions for the march to Kings Ferry. Df...
By means of the Spies employed by —— you may, I conceive, obtain very accurate Intelligence of...
New Windsor [ New York ] January 29, 1781 . Sends instructions to have loyal troops remain near...
I have recd yours of the 26th—The Army will move from this Ground tomorrow Morning by the Paramus...
You will be pleased without delay to repair to Ridgefield and take your quarters with that part...
I have both your favs. of the 23d. By a deserter this day from Verplanks point I have recd pretty...
The constant Attention I have been obliged to pay to the March of the Troops—forwarding...
On friday last the enemy moved from Elisabeth Town point to Springfield, in considerable force,...
You will be pleased to furnish the Bearer Mr Abraham Martling with two Whale Boats well armed,...
Morristown [ New Jersey ] December 12, 1779 . Reports that Major General Benedict Arnold’s...
I recd your favr of this date with the two prisoners of War. I shall put them into the hands of...
The Enemy still remain here and every thing indicates that they have some serious enterprise in...
The misterious conduct of the enemy at New York--and their appearance in force (as it is reported...
If your application is not to Congress—directly—it must be through the Secretary at War agreeable...
Col. Hay delivered me your letter of the 18th of April. It is lamentable that we should be...
The Flour began to move from hence last night and will be sent on as quick as the Waggons come...
I am this moment favored with yours of the same date together with the Report of the Board of...
I have been duly favored with your two letters—both of the 21st. The approbation of the Court of...
At a Board of General Officers convened at New Windsor N.Y. the 12th day of June 1781. Present...
I last evening recd your favour of the 6th— I am pleased to hear of the good conduct and success...
I have been a few hours since favored with yours of the 13th. With regard to the manoeuvring the...
I have this moment recd your favs. of the 19th and 20th My Accounts from New York by way of...
Mr Kirkland has delivered me your letter of Yesterday with one from B. Genl Patterson, respecting...
I yesterday recd yours of the 7th. I fancy your information of the enemy’s having been at...
In consequence of the late incursion of the enemy upon the frontiers of New York, I have...