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From the representation which you laid before me yesterday, it appears that the proceedings of the Court are principally impeded for want of the evidence of General Elbert and Colo. Ternant. As to the first, it is more than probable that in ten or twelve days the return of the Messenger will determine whether his evidence can or cannot be obtained, and in the same time Colo. Ternant may...
Your letter of yesterday arived the last evening, I have seen nothing of the person the Contractors promissd to send us. Inclosed is a letter I received yesterday afternoon from Capt. Allen commanding two Companies at the Mouth of Croton—Capt. Williams Design was to have taken Colo. Delancy & some of his Officers, but their being not at home saved them, The Captain had taken a number prisoners...
The letter herewith inclosed, came to Newbridge yesterday by a Corporal of the 17th British Dragoons as a Flag under the Passport from Brigadier General Musgrave commanding at Kings bridge, as I was at Pinesbridge, Captain Allen, who commanded the two Companies at Newbridge, receivd the letter from the Corporal, as a Flag and forwarded the same to me—had I been present I should Neither...
In answer to the questions in your note of this date, you will be pleased to inform the commander in chief. That last May Saml Ogden Esqr. of Booneton contracted to make and deliver 1500 camp kettles in a very short time. From the 6th of July to the 23d of October he had delivered 1205—295 are still due, for which he has been importuned. On the 13th of February his Clerk wrote that they were...