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Letter not found: to William Livingston, 9 April 1778. On 11 April, Livingston wrote GW , “In...
I was a few days ago honored with yours of the 18th ulto inclosing the depositions of several...
I have had the honor of receiving your Excellencys two letters of 9th & 15th inst. As the...
Middlebrook [ New Jersey ] June 3, 1779 . Describes British troop movements and asks Livingston...
I was last night honored with your Excellency’s letter of the 22d. I had on the 20th transmitted...
[ Valley Forge ] February 2, 1778. Discusses detection of plot to assassinate Livingston. Df , in...
I last Night recd a letter from Colo. Dayton informing me that John and Baker Hendricks and John...
I have received your letters of the 15th of December and 4th of February. I have been for some...
I had the honor of writing to you a day or two ago, and transmitting a letter from the committee...
Having received information from Colo. Shreve of the defection of the Jersey line, and...
The enclosed Paper without signature, was a few days since put into my hands—As the information...
Ringwood [ New Jersey ] January 27, 1781 . Informs Livingston that the mutiny has been completely...
I yesterday recd your favr of the 3d Inst. I thank your Excellency for your attention to mine on...
I have been honored with your Excellencys Letter of the 20th of Decr enclosing the Act for More...
Middlebrook [ New Jersey ] April 28, 1779 . Discusses British troop movements in New Jersey. Df ,...
On receiving information, by a representative from the Inhabitants of Monmouth County, of the...
I sincerely regret that any circumstances should render it necessary for you to make use of Mr...
A writ having been served upon an Officer of the Maryland line by one Dickinson for impressing a...
Middlebrook [ New Jersey ] December 21, 1778 . Reports arrest of John Smith Hatfield on charge of...
I have strong reasons to suspect a Mr Banksson late a captain of Marines in our service, of being...
On receiving Your Excellency’s favor of the 1st instant by Lord Stirling, I immediately set about...
Some operations of the army which are in contemplation, will oblige me before the 10th of next...
I returned to this place from Elizabeth Town upon hearing that the Enemy had gone up the North...