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It is of great importance at this Crisis, to have the best possible information of the state of...
The News of Peace (tho not official) is nevertheless so positive and the certainty that...
The Commander in Cheif, directs that the three new Whale Boats built at Wappings Creek under the...
Colonel Smith, who is to remain at Dobbs Ferry, for the sake of transacting the business of his...
The Commander in Chief is pleased to direct that you send up a Cockswain & 8 of your best Oarsmen...
The Commander in Chief commands me particularly at this time to repeat to you the directions...
I have his Excellency’s direction to give Orders on the Clothier at this place to deliver Caps &...
The General received your favor of the 23d yesterday, with the News Papers enclosed—His...
The Commander in Chief was surprized to hear that Boats were down the River in the manner you...
His Excellency recd yours of the 17th New York papers inclosed. If you can obtain a giving an...
His Excellency the Commander in Chief request the inclosed Letter directed to Sir Guy Carleton,...
His Excellency thanks you for your Intelligence of Yesterday—with the News papers which you...
I have received your favor of Yesterday, accompanying Dispatches from Sir Guy Carleton—and a Note...
The Order from Head Quarters of the 7th Inst. was not meant to prohibit you from giving passes to...
I have learnt by accident, that there may probably arise some difficulty in the command at Dobbs...
Yours of this day has been received. You will be pleased to send me immediately a State of the...
You will be pleased to put a Sub. or Sergt with two Boats properly manned under the Command of...
The same Movement which was mentioned in my Letter of the 14th will be made this Evening—you will...
You are to have the Water guard supplied with three days provisions, & make preparations...
General Washington presents his Compliments & thanks for Capt. Pray—and accepts with much...