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In Obedience to your Excellencies Commands I have waited on the Genl and find Sufficient of Arms...
Genl Wayne’s Opinion of the Defences necessary for the River and Land in case the Enemy should...
I took the liberty some days since to Suggest the Selecting 2′500 or 3′000 of our best Armed and...
Letter not found: from Brig. Gen. Anthony Wayne, 18 Sept. 1777. GW wrote in his second letter to...
On the Enemies Beating the Revellee I ordered the Troops under Arms and began our March for their...
The Enemy are very quiet, washing & Cooking—they will probably Attempt to move towards Evening —I...
About 11 OClock last Evening we were alarmed by a firing from One of our Out guards—The Division...
Letter not found: from Brig. Gen. Anthony Wayne, 22 Sept. 1777. GW wrote Wayne on 23 Sept. : “I...
I feel myself very much Injured until such time as you will be kind Enough to Indulge me with an...
After we left the field of Battle the Troops, who took the Upper Rout were formed at White...
Altho’ I am Confident that your time is Necessarily taken up on the most Important business—yet...
I must Acknowledge that the Opinion of the Court of Enquiry has given me both pain and...
The Light Infantry who were Encamped on the Right between third & fourth Street have Struck their...
May it please your Excellency, We the Subscribers, General Officers in the American Army, beg...
After the most Dispationate & Deliberate Consideration of the Question your Excellency was...
The procuring good and easy Winter Quarters for the Troops under your Excellencies Command—and...
I am not for a Winters Campaign in the Open field—the Distressed and naked State of your Troops...
The Inhabitants from being acquainted with me are perpetually lodging their Complaints against...
If I am rightly Instructed, Genl Woodfords pretentions to rank is founded on his Serving as a...
I landed in New Jersey the 19th and proceeded to salem the same Evening—the next Morning I sent...
The flat Bottomed boats which I mentioned to have passed down the River landed yesterday Morning...
Soon after I wrote your Excellency from Mount Holly —I recd Intelligence that the Enemy had...
Wishing to prevent the Enemy from Receiving any benefit from the forage in the Vicinity of the...
I am this Moment favoured with yours of the 12th Instant but wish it was not so urgent, as I am...
In pursuance of your Excellencys Orders, a Considerable Number of Horses & Cattle were collected...
I took the Liberty (some time since) to Suggest to your Excellency the Idea of making an...
I have endeavoured to Investigate the Questions Offered by your Excellency —and am fully and...
I have not heard whether the Arrangement has yet taken place by which a light Corps was to be...
I have Maturely Considered the Matters which your Excellency was pleased to lay before the...
The purport of the Questions Offered by your Excellency this morning to the Consideration of the...
In Obedience to your Excellencies Desire I have Maturely Considered the Questions which you were...
In Obedience to your Orders of the 2nd from Fish Kill, I sent Lieut. Colo. Williams with a Proper...
I have Deliberately Considered the State of facts which your Excellency was pleased to lay before...
Letter not found: from Anthony Wayne, 27 Nov. 1778. On 28 Nov., GW wrote Wayne : “I recd yours of...
I have been long wishing for the pleasure of seeing you in Camp but Conclude from the...
I did myself the Honor of writing to you the 20th ultimo mentioning that I was necessitated to be...
Having been absent from this City on a Visit to my farm—it was not until this moment I had the...
I am this moment Honored with your’s of the 16th Containing the Affidavits & Extract of a letter...
From a full Conviction that a well disciplined Corps of Horse & foot (under good Officers) would...
I was honored with yours of the 8th Instant, & am fully convinced of the force, as well as...
In Obedience to your Excellencies Orders I have Reconnoitre the Situation of the Enemy at Stony...
I took the Liberty to mention to your Excellency the difficulty that the Light Corps experience...
Enclosed is a Letter from Genl St Clair who has sent Lieut. Butler (a Brother of the Colonels[)]...
Your Excellency must have Observed how wretched our Officers were armed—many of them without...
I am this moment honored with your’s of this day & note the Contents—I shall effect the Interview...
On the 11th Colonels Butler & Febeger with myself Reconnoitred the Enemies works at Stoney point...
The fort & Garrison with Colo. Johnston are ours—Our Officers & men behaved like men who are...
I have now the pleasure to assure you of the surrender of the Fort, at Stoney Point; and transmit...
I have the honor of giving you a full & particular relation of the reduction of this post by the...
Your’s of this date I recd this Moment —Mr Archer’s Conduct as well as Major Fishbourns was...