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This moment reported me from the Whitehouse Guard that a deserter had made his escape into Bunker...
In Obedience to Your Excellency’s Orders, we have considered the Matters referred to Us, & beg...
Prospect Hill, 21 February 1776 . Mr Davids has been chosen chaplain for Varnum’s and Bond’s...
2 March 1776 . “I visited the . . . Guards in the left and Center Division and . . . found all...
[8 March 1776] . “I visited the Guards and gave such Orders as appear’d to be necessary found...
Major Nathaniel Cudworth lately discharged from Colo. Whitcombs Regiment has arrived to Join...
In obedience to the orders given us we have met & deliberated upon the several matters referred...
New York, 18 May 1776 . Have investigated the claims of two officers to fill “the Vacant post of...
From the last accounts from Great Britain it appears absolutely necessary that there should be an...
Long Island, 24 June 1776 . Asks directions for disposing of eleven Scotch prisoners who have...
In Considering the Several Matters which your Excellency has been pleased to referr to us; we do...
I beg leave to recommend to your consideration the establishing a certain Guard at Red Hook. tis...
A report was sent in last Evening from the out Guards at the Narrows that there was two Ships,...
Colo. Hand Reports the fleet lies much in the same situation as yesterday. Three Ships at the...
Letter not found: from Brigadier General Nathanael Greene, 17 July 1776. On 18 July Greene wrote...
I receivd a line from Col. Webb last Evening directing me to enquire how many Ships had past the...
Colo. Hand reports the Ship that went down day before Yesterday morning still continues there at...
Colo. Hand reports Seven large Ships are coming up from the Hook to the Narrows. A Negro...
Col. Hand Reports this morning the Ships that came in yesterday have Troops on board, they appear...
Camp on Long Island, 23 July 1776 . “Inclosed is a Letter sent me by Colo. Varnum rellative to...
Camp on Long Island, 24 July 1776 . “Colo. Hand reports nothing new. every thing remains in much...
I have just compleated a Brigade Return for the Vacancies in the different Regiments. my Brigade...
The Challenge I mentiond to your Excellency the other Evening I find is given and accepted and...
Lt Colo. Chambers at Gravesend Reports Eight Sail of Shiping standing in for the Hook, but they...
Colo. Hand Reports five Ships one Brigg and five Schooners at the Hook: One very large Vessel...
I have examind the prisoners and find them to be a poor parcel of Ignorant Cowardly fellows. Two...
Col Hands reports that the Enemy continues as they were. they fird several Guns last Night...
Colo. Hands morning Report contained nothing material. Lt Colo. Chambers reports this moment that...
Colo. Hand Reports Nine Ships, four Briggs & two Sloops at the Hook that came in last Evening....
Colo. Hands Reports two Ships that came in late last Evening at the Hook. nothing material has...