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Persuent to Orders reced from your Exelency by the Hand of Majr Genl Lincoln I have Marched with...
This Waits on you with a return of the Garrision we have lately had a Visit from the Enemy: a...
I arived at this post the 22d Ult. after Tedious Journey and Obliged to Travel above Forty miles...
I Left the army the 21st Inst. with A Design; to Return by the fifteenth of April but find...
Agreeabel to your Request I Send Inclosed A Return of the men of Capt. Spauldings Company Left at...
Your order of the 7th April Came safe to hand I shall wait your excellency’s further Orders,...
Your Orders of the 29th Decr 1780 I received ⅌ Capn Mitchell, on the 22d of Jany 1781 Imidalety...
The officers of the first and second Connecticut brigades beg leave, as a part of the army, to...
I came to this Place Last Night before Last, On my way to Camp I met your Excellencies Orders of...
LS : American Philosophical Society The distressed Situation I now find myself in, makes me bold...
ALS : American Philosophical Society Zêlé pour la liberté j’apprends avec satisfaction les...
LS : University of Pennsylvania Library Je prends la Respectueuse liberté de Vous envoier cÿ...
LS : American Philosophical Society J’ai L’honneur de Vous Confirmer ma dernre. du 17. feve. Sur...
ALS : American Philosophical Society N’ayant Jamais eu L’honneur de Vous Ecrire, Je prends la...
It is with much Reluctance That I trouble your Excellency, with anything of Complaint against any...
Having heard from Major Turberville, that he had sent to inform you of the arrival of Mr. Hare,...
ALS or L : American Philosophical Society Yor Humble peticeenors begs lave to acquaint your...
ALS : American Philosophical Society I Writt you of my misfortins Sir in which it lys in your...
ALS : American Philosophical Society Your Letter of the 17 April gave me infinite Pleasure & I am...
ALS : American Philosophical Society Mon pere qui me parle bien souvent de vous, Monsieur, ne...
L : American Philosophical Society Made. helvetius demande de la part de mr. hebert à mr....
AL : American Philosophical Society Mr. L’Abbé Morellet se Rendra chez mr. franklin avant midy et...
ALS : American Philosophical Society Je vous Renvoye L’Epreuve Corrigée. Vous pouvez actuellement...
ALS : American Philosophical Society Jay Lhonneur de repondre a vos ordres aiant celuy de Vous...
I have received the letter that your Excellency did me the honor to write of 2 April. I am very...
Jay reçu la Lettre que Vôtre Excélence m’a fait L’honneur de m’écrire Le 2 du courant. Je Suis...
I make bold to Inform you, of the melancholly and Deplorable Situation I am in at present. I...
The confusion which hath for some time happened amongst the People in the disputed Lands between...
ALS : American Philosophical Society J’ai l’honneur de vous envoyer du pain de pommes de terre,...
ALS : American Philosophical Society J’ai passé hier trois heures avec M. Robillard, chevalier de...
ALS : American Philosophical Society Monsieur le lieutenant Général de Police fera Jeudi 8 du...
ALS : American Philosophical Society Monsieur le lieutenant Général de Police accepte le Jeudi 29...
ALS : American Philosophical Society M. Brongniart de l’académie Royale d’architecture a fait...
ALS : American Philosophical Society Ma belle Soeur doit bien regretter dans ce moment-cy de...
ALS : American Philosophical Society Comme Je conçois tout le prix de Votre tems, J’ai l’honneur...
ALS : American Philosophical Society Dans le compte que J’ai rendu (Journal de Paris) de l’acte...
The establishing a continental Army at the beginning of the american War was found...
Letter not found: from Col. John Cadwalader, 24 Dec. 1776. GW wrote in his first letter to...
AL (incomplete draft): Historical Society of Pennsylvania I am at a Loss to determine whether...
whether the army under your Excellency’s command should continue in the field this winter; and...
I hope you will do me the Justice to beleive that nothing has occasioned so long a silence but a...
I recd your Letter of the 28th last, in consequence of which I have taken the Command of the...
The River was so full of Ice that it was impossible to pass above Bristol, where I intend[ed]—and...
A very intelligent young Gentleman is returned, just now, from Prince Town—he left this yesterday...
The honorable Command given me, lately, by Congress, would have been very agreeable, if I had not...
As I did not hear from you this Morning, & being prepared to embark, I concluded you was still on...
We arrived here about 1 o’Clock—the advanced party about ten —I have sent Horse-men to...
When I consider the Strength & Situation of the Enemy at Philadelphia (from the Representation...
As the Enemy have made very considerable Detachments from their main Body to New Jersey under the...
As General Reed’s Remarks on a late publication relating to a Conversation I had with him at...