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1 Washington, George Irvine, William From George Washington to Colonel William Irvine, 26 … 1776-04-26 imediatly upon receipt of this Letter you are desired to march the remainder of your Battalion...
2 Washington, George Irvine, William From George Washington to Brigadier General William … 1779-06-06 I just now received your letter; I am happy to inform you that our supplies, of provision are...
3 Hamilton, Alexander Irvine, William From Alexander Hamilton to Brigadier General William … 1779-06-08 Smith’s Tavern [ New York ] June 8 [ 1779 ]. Transmits Washington’s request that Irvine report to...
4 Hamilton, Alexander Irvine, William From Alexander Hamilton to Brigadier General William … 1779-09-07 [ West Point ] September 7 [ 1779 ]. Hopes to have breakfast with Irvine the next day. ALS ,...
5 Hamilton, Alexander Irvine, William From Alexander Hamilton to Brigadier General William … 1779-09-08 [ West Point ] September 8 , [ 1779 ]. Regrets inability to keep appointment for breakfast. ALS ,...
6 Hamilton, Alexander Irvine, William From Alexander Hamilton to Brigadier General William … 1779-09-21 [ West Point ] September 21 , [ 1779 ]. Explains that no clothing is available, for the “few...
7 Hamilton, Alexander Irvine, William From Alexander Hamilton to Brigadier General William … 1779-12-01 Mr. Hamilton presents his Complements to General Irvin, wishes to converse with him on a...
8 Washington, George Irvine, William From George Washington to Brigadier General William … 1779-12-23 The state of the 4th and 11th Regiments of Pennsylvania in respect to Cloathing is represented to...
9 Washington, George Irvine, William From George Washington to Brigadier General William … 1780-01-01 I have recd your favr of this date inclosing Colo. Olney’s letter. I would not advise you to put...
10 Washington, George Irvine, William From George Washington to Brigadier General William … 1780-01-04 We are not under less embarrassing and distressful circumstances in this quarter for provisions,...
11 Washington, George Irvine, William From George Washington to Brigadier General William … 1780-01-09 Our affairs are in so deplorable a condition (on the score of provisions) as to fill the Mind...
12 Washington, George Irvine, William From George Washington to Brigadier General William … 1780-01-09 From our great distress for the want of provision and the very remote prospect of getting a...
13 Washington, George Irvine, William From George Washington to Brigadier General William … 1780-01-10 I have determined in case the present condition of the Ice, & prospect of its continuance will...
14 Washington, George Irvine, William From George Washington to Brigadier General William … 1780-01-12 Friday Evening is determined upon for the execution of the intended enterprize, unless prevented...
15 Washington, George Irvine, William From George Washington to Brigadier General William … 1780-02-06 The inclosed is a request to General Hand to return to Camp. I shall be obliged to you for...
16 Meade, Richard Kidder Irvine, William From Richard Kidder Meade to William Irvine, 13 June … 1780-06-13 His Excellency requests you will be pleased to send a genteel sensible officer to Chatham, where...
17 Washington, George Wayne, Anthony George Washington to Brigadier Generals Anthony Wayne … 1780-08-11 Tappan [ New York ] August 11, 1780 . Explains why appointment of Major William Macpherson cannot...
18 Washington, George Wayne, Anthony From George Washington to Anthony Wayne, 11 August 1780 1780-08-11 When your letter was brought by Major Fishbourne I was absent from Head Quarters and did not...
19 Washington, George Wayne, Anthony From George Washington to Anthony Wayne, 11 August 1780 1780-08-11 I cannot but premise my answer to your letter of yesterday, by observing that the refusal of the...
20 Washington, George Irvine, William From George Washington to William Irvine, 16 September … 1780-09-16 Genl Washington presents his compliments to Genl Irvine, is sorry that a prior engagement will...
21 Gibbs, Caleb Irvine, William From Caleb Gibbs to William Irvine, 31 October 1780 1780-10-31 His Excellency requests you will be pleased to attend at Head Quarters at 12 oClock this day. I...
22 Washington, George Irvine, William George Washington to Brigadier General William Irvine … 1781-02-03 New Windsor [ New York ] February 3, 1781 . Asks Irvine to aid Major General Arthur St. Clair in...
23 Washington, George Irvine, William From George Washington to William Irvine, 3 February … 1781-02-03 I have received your letter of the 17th—The affair of your line has had a train of disagreeable...
24 Washington, George Irvine, William From George Washington to William Irvine, 23 June 1781 1781-06-23 I have just been favored with your Letter of the 14th Inst. I can easily conceive the...
25 Washington, George Irvine, William From George Washington to William Irvine, 1 November … 1781-11-01 During the Time of my being occupied in the Seige of York, I received a Letter from Colo. Gibson...
26 Washington, George Irvine, William From George Washington to William Irvine, 18 December … 1781-12-18 I have received your favor of the 2d instant. I am not at all surprised to hear that you found...
27 Washington, George Irvine, William From George Washington to William Irvine, 21 December … 1781-12-21 The secretary at War, to whom your letter of the 3d instant to Congress was referred, reported...
28 Washington, George Irvine, William From George Washington to William Irvine, 8 March 1782 1782-03-08 You will proceed with all convenient dispatch to Fort Pitt the object of your command, and you...
29 Washington, George Irvine, William From George Washington to William Irvine, 22 March 1782 1782-03-22 You will be pleased to make yourself acquainted as accurately but with as much secrecy as...
30 Washington, George Irvine, William From George Washington to William Irvine, 22 May 1782 1782-05-22 I have been Favored with your two Letters of 20th April & 2d May, and am much obliged by your...