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Inclosed you will find an extract of a letter which I received yesterday from Governor...
Letter not found : to Major General Stirling, 13 March 1780 . Stirling wrote GW on 19 March: “I...
I have read the orders wch you had framed for your division —they are certainly good, but in...
The present condition of the ice, opening an easy communication to all parts of the enemy, and...
I have directed Lt Colo. De Haart with a detachment of 250 Men to move from paramus to Newark and...
I am this moment favored with your Lordships letter of this date. The detatchment under Col....
Herewith Inclosed are your Lordships discretionary Instructions —In addition to what you read in...
I have recd yours by Colo. Steward. Upon your letter and his representation, I shall direct the...
I should be glad, on receipt of this, to see your Lordship on some matters of business as soon as...
From the unlucky failure of the expedition against Savannah and the apprehension of the Enemy’s...
I have to acknowlege your Lordships favor of the 26th. As your Lordship was not with the division...
I have been favored with your letter of the 22d and am much obliged to you for the intelligence...
I have been duly honored with your Lordships letter of the 5th; and the observations that were...
By advices which I have just received from Congress, I have no doubt of the French fleet (under...
I have received your lordships favour of the 28th with the enclosed letter from Governor...
General Wayne the better to cover the country in the vicinity of Stoney point and to confine the...
I have your favr of the 27th —Supposing the Continental Cloathing delivered to the Virginia line...
I was yesterday favd with yours of the 23d inclosing Major Lees and Major Hays letters and a few...
I have been favored with your Lordships letter of the 18th and that of Col. Taylors. Very...
Your removal from Ramapough to your present position was on account of the Arrival of the enemy’s...
Some circumstances having made it necessary to station Major Lee’s corps at Monmouth, your...
I was last Night favd with yours of the 30th Ulto with Colo. Taylors intelligence, and Rivingtons...
Genl Greene has represented to me the bad state of the road leading from new Windsor to Easton...
The arrival of Arburthnot which comes to me, through different channels, makes it prudent to draw...
I have successively received your two favours of the 23d and 26 with their respective inclosures....
An Officer of the Marichause Dragoons has charge of a large sum of the Money called out of...
I have to request your Lordship to order the boats from new-Ark to their former stations as I do...
I have been duly favored with your letter of the 19th written at 9 O’clock A.M. and that of the...
I have to acknowlege the favor of your Lordships two letters of the 13th and 15th inst. Mr...
I have had in contemplation an attempt to surprise the enemys post at Powlus Hook and have...
I shall be much obliged by your informing me of the date of Colo. Smith’s resignation of the 2d...
I have received your favour of the 2d and shall be obliged to you to continue your examination of...
I have been deceived I beleive, in the information of a considerable Embarkation of Troops in the...
Having received intelligence (though not in so precise a manner as I could wish) of a pretty...
I just now received your Lordships letter requesting absence for one week —to this I shall not...
I received yesterday Your Letter of the 2d with an Extract from your Orders and the proceedings...
I inclose you a Memorial from Mr Drew and request that you will direct a Board of Field Officers...
The enemy have landed at Kings-ferry—are in such force—and seem to have such capitol objects in...
You will be pleased to march immediately with the division under your command towards Pompton by...
For some time past my intelligence from the enemy pointed to a considerable movement. By My last...
Your letter of yesterday inclosing a plan of operations for the ensuing campaign came to my hands...
As there are some other disputes of relative Rank subsisting among the Feild Officers of the...
I should have issued orders for the fatigue parties intended to erect the Signals to assemble...
I have been favd with yours of the 13th and 18th instt with the several letters and papers they...
I have your favr of the 9th. I am still of opinion that no good can possibly result from any...
When a distribution of Cloathing was made in the Fall, it was found that there would be a...
I am favd with yours of the 30th Ulto. I thank you for the intelligence it contains. I shall...
I this minute received Your Lordships favor of the 29th Ulto; that of the 24th came to hand on...
Congress having been pleased to require my attendance at Philadelphia for a few days the...
I have directed General Maxwell to deliver up Hatfeild to the Civil Authority and have informed...