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Instructions for Major General St Clair, Major General Baron Kalb, and Brigadier General Knox....
As a Council is to be held at this place upon the arrival of Major Genl Gates, I desire you to...
I am to request that you will cross the North or Hudson’s river, as soon as possible, with the...
You are to march tomorrow morning precisely at the hour appointed, with your division, in...
Lest you should not thoroughly have conceived my intention, as communicated by Lt Colo. Hamilton,...
I have directed General Putnam to send a Brigade on the West side the river to protect the...
As I am removing Head Quarters from this place, it may not be unnecessary to inform you, that the...
I have been favoured with your letter of the 14th Instant. The undecided state of rank in the...
The Quarter Master General has an immediate occasion for 250 Men with a proper number of Officers...
Be pleased to march early tomorrow morning to the Ground where you were before incamped, near...
The first division of the Troops of the Convention may be expected in a few days at Fishkill on...
You will be pleased to cross the North River with your whole division, including your baggage and...
In my last I directed that the escort for the Convention Troops should be composed of complete...
I have just received information, that the enemy have sent fifty two sail of vessels up the North...
I have recd your favr of the 5th and am obliged by your ready compliance with my orders and the...
Letter not found : to Maj. Gen. Johann Kalb, 3 June 1779. GW’s aide-de-camp Alexander Hamilton...
Mr Galvan has delivered me your favour of this day —I am sorry that Capt. Hardman has declined...
I received your favor of yesterdays date —Capt. Selman shall be appointed to do the duty of...
A particular piece of business has occurred which will require Major General St Clair to leave...
I am favd with yours of this morning—I very much approve of your keeping up water Guards, which,...
I have recd your favr of yesterday, inclosing a letter for General Greene, which I shall not...
I have to acknowlege your favor of yesterday written at half past 11 at night. Whatever may be...
You will be pleased to transfer the command of the troops below to Brig: Genl Huntington, and...