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I think it my Duty to inform your Excellency that such Difficulties occur in my Route, as should be guarded against on your approach. Colo: Bird shews every disposition to do his Duty, but the Situation of the Country renders many precautions necessary to enable him to do it. By his personal Exertions here, we have had forage, Straw & fuel, Aided as he was by a fatigue party in obtaining the...
The President directs me to acknowlege the receipt of your letter of the 16th—enclosing one from Governor Howel. The Quarter-Master & Commissary General will leave this place early in the Morning for Bedford to endeavour to remedy any defects which may exist. You observe that Col Blaine has not been with the Column. I am sure I understood from him & I think I did from Col Biddle that the...
Your congratulations, & the expression of your attachment & approbation of my public services, are received with gratitude & reciprocated with sincerity. Endeared to me by every consideration of public & private worth, I shall carry into that retirement, which you are pleased to mention in terms so flattering, an invariable affection & esteem towards the faithful comrades of my military...
Having been out this Forenoon upon public Business it was not untill my Return after three O Clock, that I received the Letter you did me the Honour to write me on this day. The Respect to the United States intended by the Legislature of Pensivania, in building a House for the President will no doubt be acknowledged by the Union, as it ought to be For your kind offer of it to me in Consequence...