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31 Washington, George Board of War George Washington to the Board of War, 23 February 1780 1780-02-23 Morristown [ New Jersey ] February 23, 1780 . Asks that noncommissioned officers be supplied with...
32 Washington, George Board of War From George Washington to the Board of War, 5 November … 1779-11-05 Letter not found: to the Board of War, 5 Nov. 1779 . The Board of War wrote GW on 12 Nov.: “We...
33 Washington, George Board of War George Washington to the Board of War, 23 February 1778 1778-02-23 Valley Forge, February 23, 1778 . Approves mode suggested to gain redress for Daniel Hiester....
34 Washington, George Board of War George Washington to the Board of War, 15 April 1779 1779-04-15 Middlebrook [ New Jersey ] April 15, 1779 . Regrets that the clothing department is not yet...
35 Washington, George Board of War George Washington to the Board of War, 16 June 1780 1780-06-16 [ Springfield, New Jersey ] June 16, 1780 . Thanks board for securing future services of the...
36 Washington, George Board of War George Washington to the Board of War, 30 June 1777 1777-06-30 Middlebrook [ New Jersey ] June 30, 1777. Discusses disposal of artillery imported in the...
37 Washington, George Peters, Richard From George Washington to Richard Peters or the Board … 1777-10-15 Letter not found: to Richard Peters or the Board of War, 15 Oct. 1777. GW’s aide-de-camp Tench...
38 Washington, George Board of War George Washington to the Board of War, 25 October 1780 1780-10-25 [ Totowa, New Jersey ] October 25, 1780 . Distrusts information that was given to board by a...
39 Washington, George Board of War From George Washington to Board of War, 16 May 1781 1781-05-16 I have been honored with your favors of the 2d and 8th Inst. The first did not reach me till...
40 Washington, George Board of War From George Washington to Board of War, 5 January 1781 1781-01-05 I do myself the honor to inclose you the Returns of Colo. Sheldons Regt of Cavalry agreeable to...
41 Washington, George Board of War George Washington to the Board of War, 25 July 1779 1779-07-25 West Point, July 25, 1779. Discusses the Board’s plan for repairing shoes. Df , in writing of H,...
42 Washington, George Board of War George Washington to the Board of War, 11 July 1779 1779-07-11 New Windsor [ New York ] July 11, 1779 . Discusses transportation of cannon. Df , in writing of...
43 Washington, George Board of War From George Washington to Board of War, 31 October 1780 1780-10-31 You will oblige me by forwarding the inclosed to Colo. Wood, as expeditiously as possible. It...
44 Washington, George Board of War From George Washington to the Board of War, 13 April … 1779-04-13 I yesterday recd the inclosed from Capt. Von Heer. As I do not know how he has been supplied...
45 Washington, George Board of War From George Washington to the Board of War, 27 February … 1780-02-27 I have been honored with yours of the 22d accompanied by the Returns of sundry of the additional...
46 Washington, George Board of War From George Washington to the Board of War, 16 June … 1780-06-16 I am honored with your letters of the 12th and 13th. I am much obliged to you for the step you...
47 Washington, George Board of War From George Washington to the Board of War, 22 December … 1777-12-22 Your favor of the 14th Instant I received on Saturday Evening. The Release of Genl Thompson is...
48 Washington, George Board of War From George Washington to Board of War, 28 September … 1781-09-28 The Inclosed Letter from Doctr Craick of the Hospital, is of so much Importance, that I cannot...
49 Washington, George Board of War From George Washington to Board of War, 12 October 1780 1780-10-12 I beg leave to inclose you the Commissions of Lts Emerson & Barton of the 11th Massachusetts...
50 Washington, George Board of War From George Washington to the Board of War, 14 … 1779-09-14 I have been honoured with yours of the 31st Augt and 3d instants. Hallet was safely delivered to...
51 Washington, George Board of War From George Washington to the Board of War, 2 October … 1779-10-02 In mine of the 29th ulto I barely expressed our want of shoes. I did not then know the extent of...
52 Washington, George Board of War From George Washington to the Board of War, 27 February … 1779-02-27 The inclosed plan for the establishment of a corps of Engineers has been submitted to me by...
53 Washington, George Board of War From George Washington to Board of War, 7 December 1780 1780-12-07 I had the honor of receiving your favor of the 23d ulto while on my way to this place, at which I...
54 Washington, George Board of War From George Washington to the Board of War, 23 February … 1777-02-23 I have been honoured with your Letter of the 6th Instt, and beg leave to assure you, that I shall...
55 Washington, George Board of War From George Washington to the Board of War, 4 July 1780 1780-07-04 Brigadier General Knox, at my direction, has made out an estimate of military stores wanted for...
56 Washington, George Board of War From George Washington to the Board of War, 18 January … 1779-01-18 In consequence of your letters of the 9 and 16th Inst. upon the subject of paying the arrearages...
57 Washington, George Board of War From George Washington to the Board of War, 30 May 1779 1779-05-30 I have the Honor to transmit you an Arrangement of the Officers in the Maryland line—and have to...
58 Washington, George Board of War From George Washington to the Board of War, 8 August … 1779-08-08 I have received a Letter from Colo. Spencer dated at Wyoming the 22d Ulto—inclosing a List of the...
59 Washington, George Board of War From George Washington to the Board of War, 6 February … 1780-02-06 In a letter which I wrote to Congress a few days ago, I took the liberty to recommend uniting the...
60 Washington, George Board of War From George Washington to the Board of War, 8 June 1780 1780-06-08 If Major Lee’s Corps is still at Philadelphia or within its vicinity—or has not advanced more...