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111 Washington, George Stirling, Lord (né William Alexander) From George Washington to Major General Stirling, 24 … 1778-10-24 I desired the Quarter Master Genl when he left this the other day for the purpose of discovering...
112 Washington, George Stirling, Lord (né William Alexander) From George Washington to Major General Stirling, 6 May … 1777-05-06 It is with pain, I inform you, that a complaint has been made to me of your having treated Mrs...
113 Washington, George Stirling, Lord (né William Alexander) From George Washington to Major General Stirling, 24 … 1778-09-24 I have just received intelligence of the enemy having thrown a body of about 5,000 men over to...
114 Washington, George Stirling, Lord (né William Alexander) From George Washington to Major General Stirling, 13 … 1780-01-13 Herewith Inclosed are your Lordships discretionary Instructions —In addition to what you read in...
115 Washington, George Stirling, Lord (né William Alexander) From George Washington to Major General Stirling, 30 … 1779-09-30 I have received your lordships favour of the 28th with the enclosed letter from Governor...
116 Washington, George Stirling, Lord (né William Alexander) From George Washington to Major General Stirling, 13 … 1780-03-13 Letter not found : to Major General Stirling, 13 March 1780 . Stirling wrote GW on 19 March: “I...
117 Washington, George Stirling, Lord (né William Alexander) From George Washington to Major General Stirling, 2 … 1779-06-02 You will be pleased to march immediately with the division under your command towards Pompton by...
118 Washington, George Stirling, Lord (né William Alexander) Orders to Major General Stirling, 4 February 1777 1777-02-04 You are to repair to Baskenridge and take upon you the command of the Troops now there, & such as...