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Captain Segond Requested me lately to appoint him an aide de Camp: although I should be glad to...
I am happy to find by the answer which you have favoured me with that your excellency approves of...
I received this afternoon your two letters one of the 21 of february the second of the first of...
new Connexions which I have formed with america make me take the liberty of writing to your...
I hope your excellency will not be displeased with the liberty I take of sending to you the...
It is by no means doubtful that the addition of a few Redouts will increase the strength of our...
To locate the army to any particular spots, may facilitate the Enemies getting possession of...
i take the opportunity of major l’enfant going to Camp to present my Respects to your Excellency....
You will have probably heard of the Surrender of Charlestown by the time you will receive this...
We are honored with two letters from Your Excellency of the 10th and 21st; to the contents of...
i have been just now a Resolved of Congress about the exchange of prisonners by which the matter...
I do not know where this letter will find you at newwindsor or at newport. I have been told...
West Point being to us a point which it is of the greatest importance to preserve and to put once...
after the superb operation which we have just terminated, I think it my duty in quality of...
I think we ought not to quit our position of Valley forge—before the enemy has evacuated...
I take this opportunity of presenting my Respects to your excellency and Recalling to your memory...
The English fleet finding itself by the arrival of six vessels greatly superior to the French...
i Receive just now your excellency’s letter and Conformably to your orders i have the honour to...
By taking Winter Quarters from Lancaster to Reading, we abandon to the Enemy Jersey, and all the...
I send to your excellency according to your orders the few general observations I have done after...
I thank you for the kind letter you have honored me with by Count de laval —I wish I Could Carry...
je m’étois engagé a suivre de près mr de laumoy a philadelphie, mais j’avoueray a votre...
I have examined anew with all the attention of which I am capable, the Project of attacking the...
I arrived here ten days ago from london—I landed at plimouth traveled through england about three...
permit me to Congratulate you upon the Certain news of a peace to which your excellency has so...
Si l’on considere la nature du local dans la partie septentrionale de l’isle de newyork, on...
To attack the Enemy in their Lines appears to me a difficult and dangerous Project, it has...
when I am going to france it is so important for me to have here the rank of a major general that...
Before I Sett off for france, I think it my Duty to propose to your Excellency Some Regulations...
i beg that your Excellency be pleased to peruse the inclosed letter for Congress—it Contains the...