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I have to acknowledge your favors of the 31st Ulto the 1st 3d & 4th Inst. with their several...
You will proceed forthwith into the State of New Jersey and take the command of the Troops there....
I have been favd with yours of the 30th Sepr and 1st instant from Kakeate. You will make such a...
I have had in contemplation an attempt to surprise the enemys post at Powlus Hook and have...
For some time past my intelligence from the enemy pointed to a considerable movement. By My last...
I this minute received Your Lordships favor of the 29th Ulto; that of the 24th came to hand on...
I inclose you the extract of a letter from Governor Livingston to Congress, which they have...
Your letter of yesterday inclosing a plan of operations for the ensuing campaign came to my hands...
By advices which I have just received from Congress, I have no doubt of the French fleet (under...
I have to request your Lordship to order the boats from new-Ark to their former stations as I do...
As there are some other disputes of relative Rank subsisting among the Feild Officers of the...
When you shall have received certain intelligence of the Enemys retiring to Philadelphia—it will...
I should have issued orders for the fatigue parties intended to erect the Signals to assemble...
General Wayne the better to cover the country in the vicinity of Stoney point and to confine the...
By an act of Congress dated the 30th Ulto Genl Pulaskis Corps and all the Continental troops in...
I have directed General Maxwell to deliver up Hatfeild to the Civil Authority and have informed...
The principal reason for halting the Army here to Night, is, that the Enemy from every...
I have been favd with yours of the 13th and 18th instt with the several letters and papers they...
Inclosed you will find an extract of a letter which I received yesterday from Governor...
Altho Col. Meade has already signified to you my desire that our present Camp should be minutely...
Upon your Arrival at Trenton you are to halt till you receive further orders. I do not think it...
I have been duly honored with your Lordships letter of the 5th; and the observations that were...
I am favd with yours of the 21st and 22d and have still to thank you for the particular and...
The arrival of Arburthnot which comes to me, through different channels, makes it prudent to draw...
I have this morning received a letter from Gen. Gates which has the following paragraph. “Two...
We have received intelligence from the Northward that the Enemy are operating against Ticonderoga...
Genl Greene has represented to me the bad state of the road leading from new Windsor to Easton...
I am favd with yours of the 19th and 20th with their inclosures, and thank you for the important...
Having received intelligence (though not in so precise a manner as I could wish) of a pretty...
As His Excellency is very busy in preparing matters to lay before the Committee of Congress and...