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1 Washington, George Taylor, John From George Washington to Lieutenant Colonel John … 1779-09-19 I have recd your favr of the 17th and am exceedingly obliged to you for the intelligence it...
2 Washington, George Taylor, John From George Washington to Lieutenant Colonel John … 1779-09-08 I have this morning recd yours of the 5th with the News papers and the counterfeit Bill inclosed....
3 Washington, George Hayes, Samuel From George Washington to Lieutenant Colonel John … 1779-10-10 It is yet a matter of uncertainty whether His Excellency the Count D’Estaing will come to the...
4 Washington, George Taylor, John From George Washington to Lieutenant Colonel John … 1779-08-10 I have been duly favored with your letter of the 6th inst. The plan you have laid for obtaining...
5 Washington, George Taylor, John From George Washington to Lieutenant Colonel John … 1779-08-28 The period is now come (in the arrival of the enemy’s reinforcement ) when intelligence is...
6 Washington, George Taylor, John From George Washington to Lieutenant Colonel John … 1779-07-27 I have rec’d your letter of the 20th & am much obliged to you for the intelligence it contains....
7 Washington, George Taylor, John From George Washington to Lieutenant Colonel John … 1779-08-12 Your favor of the 7th came to my hands about an hour ago by Mr Garrison with whom I have had a...
8 Washington, George Taylor, John From George Washington to Lieutenant Colonel John … 1779-08-05 I have duly received Your two favors of the 30th of July and 2d Instant with the papers—and thank...
9 Washington, George Taylor, John From George Washington to Major John Taylor, 28 January … 1778-01-28 Previous to yours of the 26th inst: I had received directions from the Board of War to send part,...