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Capt. Duplessis has just delivered me yours of this Morning from Burlington. Every account from Philada confirms the Report that the Enemy mean to make a speedy Move. I shall not be disappointed if they come out this Night or very early in the Morning. You will therefore push forward, the Rear Brigades with all possible expedition and the Moment that the Troops and Baggage have all passed, let...
I have yours of the 15th instant. If filling up your Regt can be accomplished any thing the sooner by your remaining in Connecticut, a while longer, I have no objection, but you must send one of your Feild Officers forward to Peekskill to receive and form your small detatchments as they come up. I hope the late Measures taken by your Govr and Council to compleat your quota will prove...
Middlebrook [ New Jersey ] May 28, 1779 . States that arrangement of the Army has been transmitted to Board of War. Df , in writing of H, George Washington Papers, Library of Congress.
[ New York, October 11, 1789. Letter listed in dealer’s catalogue. Letter not found. ] LS , sold by John Heise, Syracuse, New York, 1923, Catalogue 2531, Item 62.
I have received your favor of the 11th. As you will have the best Opportunity to be acquainted with the particular Circumstances, & uneasiness of your Line, I must desire that you will exercise your best Judgment & Discretion, & give furloughs to such persons as you shall find necessary & proper, & for such Time as you judge best. The Subject of the Memorial of the New Commissioned Officers, I...
I have just recd your favor of this date —I have not had any advice from the Commanding Officer at Paramus of the matter which it communicates, & therefore must request you to give me the best intelligence you can get From that quarter —If you have any Militia horse with you they may be serviceable, while the enemy are out, & enable you the better to give me an account of their movements—You...
Your favor of the 2d Inst. meet me on the road to this place. I shall give directions to-day to the Adjutant General that the men of your Brigade who are on particular guards on this side the North River, be ordered to their respective Regiments. I am Sir & Df , in James McHenry’s writing, DLC:GW ; Varick transcript , DLC:GW . This letter has not been found.
I have received your letter of the 16 of April and when I later conferred on the subject with the Secretary of War who informed me that he had returned to your son the his letter of resignation so that he l is now at liberty when he pleases to accept. His revocation affords has I assure you given me the greatest pleasure with true esteem I am Sir Your obed Sert ( Df , in the handwriting of...
Brigade Major McCormick of the pennsylvania line two days ago sent his Commission and his Oath of Allegiance to the States to a Capt. Wilson of the same line and went off—What makes his disappearance the more suspicious is, that he has been for some time discontented on account of his Rank, and as he came over from the enemy at Boston at the beginning of the War, there is reason to apprehend...
I acknowledge the receipt of your’s of the 11th. instant. The privileges allowed to Vessels under twenty Tons appear to me in the same light in which they do to you. I should be obliged by your ideas of the most proper arrangement with regard to that description of Vessels; as the thing is perhaps not without difficulties. I have no doubt that the Importer must make entry, as well with regard...