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As it is a Matter of the utmost Importance to prevent the Enemy from crossing the Delaware, and...
Having countermanded the March of the three Eastern Regiments under the Command of Lieutt Colo....
As I am about to enter the Jerseys with a considerable force immediately for the purpose of...
Letter not found: to Brig. Gen. William Maxwell, 1 Jan. 1777. Robert Hanson Harrison docketed...
Letter not found: to Brig. Gen. William Maxwell, 27 Jan. 1777. Maxwell wrote to GW on 9 Feb. to...
In answer to your Letter of the 9th Inst. respecting the Case of the Young Men of Eliza. Town who...
Letter not found: to Brig. Gen. William Maxwell, 16 Feb. 1777. On 17 Feb. Maxwell wrote GW...
I received your favour of the 17th Inst.—I wish the Morris County Militia could be prevailed on...
That the Enemy are upon the point of opening the Campaign can scarce admit of a doubt—where, or...
I am well convincd that the amazing desertions which have of late prevail’d among our Troops,...
I was this day favoured with your Letter of the 28th It was never my intention that the two...
It seems to be the Opinion of several of the prisoners and also of the Deserters that have lately...
Previous to the Arrival of your Letter of this morning I had received Intelligence of the Return...
Since writing to you a few minutes ago, I have been inform’d that there is a considerable number...
I have your two favs. of this date. In consequence of the remonstrance from the Inhabitants near...
I am just favd with yours of this Evening. I do not know where the Sign of the Buck is, I...
Wilmington [ Delaware ] September 3, 1777. Discusses possibility of British attack on Maxwell by...
Yours of three oClock this morning, I have received. I do not think you have much to fear from...
Wilmington [ Delaware ] September 5, 1777. Encloses two letters for Lord Richard Howe and General...
Wilmington [ Delaware ] September 5, 1777. Asks if Maxwell is prepared to make a secret foray...
I send you herewith two letters for Lord & General Howe, which you will immediately transmit by a...
Let me know by the bearer whether you have received such information, as to enable you to make...
Upon examining the State of our Ammunition I find it so generally hurt by the Rain that we are...
The detachment under your comd is designed to answer the following purposes—become a security to...
His Excellency has received yours from Horsam meeting House. He is a good deal surprized that you...
Valley Forge, May 25, 1778 . Orders Maxwell to secure all available information concerning enemy...
You are immediately to proceed with the two remaining regiments of your Brigade, to Mount Holly...
I yesterday received a letter of the 24th inst. from Colonel Shreve, in which he renews his...
It is yet a matter of uncertainty whether the Enemy intend to embark or to march across the...
I have recd yours of the 28th from Trenton. The Arms out of which you were to have been supplied...