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Letter not found: from Maj. Gen. Horatio Gates, 4 Mar. 1778. On 9 Mar., GW wrote to Gates : “I have been this day favd with yours of the 27th February and of the 2d 3d and 4th instants.”
Letter not found: from Maj. Gen. Horatio Gates, 18 Feb. 1778. On 23 Feb., GW wrote Gates: “I am honoured with your two favours of the 14th and 18th instant.”
Letter not found: from Maj. Gen. Horatio Gates, 31 Jan. 1778. On 10 Feb., GW wrote Gates : “I have been favd with yours of the . . . 31st ulto.”
Letter not found: from Horatio Gates, 10 May 1772. On 3 July GW wrote Gates : “Your favour of the 10th of May came to my hand.”
Letter not found : from Maj. Gen. Horatio Gates, 20 July 1778. On 20 July, GW wrote Gates : “I have been favoured with your two Letters of to day, (one inclosing a return) for which I thank you.” Only one letter of 20 July from Gates has been found.
Letter not found: from Maj. Gen. Horatio Gates, 2 Mar. 1778. On 9 Mar., GW wrote to Gates , “I have been this day favd with yours of the 27th February and of the 2d 3d and 4th instants.”
Letter not found : from Maj. Gen. Horatio Gates, 21 July 1778. On 21 July, GW wrote Gates : “I have been favoured with yours of this date.”
Letter not found: from Maj. Gen. Horatio Gates, 24 Jan. 1778. On 27 Jan., GW wrote Gates : “Your Two Letters of the 24th Instant came to hand.” GW indicated that the first of Gates’s letters of that date referred to the detention of British officers carrying clothing to their prisoners in American hands.
Letter not found: from Maj. Gen. Horatio Gates, 27 Oct. 1779 . GW wrote Gates on 2 Nov.: “I received your favor of the 27th Ulto.”
Letter not found: from Maj. Gen. Horatio Gates, 17 Mar. 1778. On 25 Mar., GW wrote Gates : “I was yesterday favd with yours of the 17th by Major Campbell.”
Letter not found : from Horatio Gates, 5 Sept. 1779. On 14 Sept., GW wrote Gates: “I have been favd with yours of the 5th.”
Letter not found: from Maj. Gen. Horatio Gates, 31 July 1777. GW’s letter to Gates of 31 July says: “Your letter of this morning is just come to hand.”
Letter not found: from Maj. Gen. Horatio Gates, 11 Mar. 1778. On 20 Mar., GW wrote to Gates , “I am honored with yours of the 7th 11th & 14th instants.”
Letter not found : from Maj.Gen.Horatio Gates, c.3 Aug. 1778. On 3 Aug., GW wrote the Board of War : “On receiving your letter I wrote to General Gates [2 Aug.], copies of mine to him and of his answer to me are inclosed”; the answer has not been found.
Letter not found: from Maj. Gen. Horatio Gates, 23 Jan. 1778. On 10 Feb., GW wrote Gates : “I received a letter from you of the 23d January on the subject of Cloathing said to be collected in this State for the use of the Pennsylva Troops, and delivered out to the Army in general .” The only extant letter from Gates to GW of this date concerns Maj. Gen. Thomas Conway, not clothing.
Letter not found: from Maj. Gen. Horatio Gates, 10 Oct. 1778. GW wrote Gates on 11 Oct. : “Your favour of yesterday was handed me in the afternoon.”
Letter not found: from Maj. Gen. Horatio Gates, 27 Jan. 1778. On 10 Feb., GW wrote to Gates : “I have been favd with yours of the 27th . . . ulto.”
Letter not found : from Horatio Gates, 11 Aug. 1779. On 17 Aug., GW wrote Gates: “I have recd your favr of the 11th instant.”
Letter not found: from Maj. Gen. Horatio Gates, 27 Feb. 1778. On 9 Mar., GW wrote Gates : “I have been this day favd with yours of the 27th February.”
Letter not found: from Maj. Gen. Horatio Gates, 3 Mar. 1778. On 9 Mar., GW wrote to Gates , “I have been this day favd with yours of the 27th February and of the 2d 3d and 4th instants.”
Letter not found : from Horatio Gates, 13 Aug. 1779. On 24 Aug., GW wrote Gates: “I have been duly favored with your letter of the 13th inst.”
Letter not found: from Maj. Gen. Horatio Gates, 7 Mar. 1778. On 20 Mar., GW wrote to Gates , “I am honored with yours of the 7th 11th & 14th instants.”
Letter not found: from Maj. Gen. Horatio Gates, 14 Mar. 1778. On 20 Mar., GW wrote to Gates , “I am honored with yours of the 7th 11th & 14 instants.”
Letter not found: from Maj. Gen. Horatio Gates, 9 Feb. 1778. On 14 Feb., GW wrote Gates : “I am favoured with yours of the 9th instant.”
I have the Honour to inclose for Your Excellency’s Determination, a petition I have just received from the Canadian Soldiers in Col: James Livingston’s Regiment. Baron Stuben assured me, he would make such Report of that Regiment to your Excellency, as would induce some orders to be taken thereupon, the most Beneficial to the public Service; at present they are a very unprofitable Corps to the...
In a Letter I have lately received from Colonel Hughes, is the following paragraph. “I am to acquaint You that a Regiment of Foreigners are stationed at Springfield, by Order of General Heath. They are Commanded by a French Colonel; but I cannot help thinking them very dangerous at that post, as most, if not all of them, were lately under General Burgoyne.” I imagine this must be Colonel...
Inclosed is a Letter I received Yesterday by the Bearer Doctor Johnston, from General Stark —From intelligence from different places, corresponding with each Other, there is the Strongest reason to believe, that The Enemy meditate an Attack, both by Sea, & Land, upon Boston, and The French Fleet; indeed, they can now, have no Other Objects; in my Letter to Congress of the 3d June last, I...
General Lincoln has in his letter of yesterday acquainted me that it is your Excellencys desire to know, if I wish to take Command in the Army this Campaign. I beg your Excellency to believe that I am always ready to Obey your Commands, and shall be most happy when I can execute them to your satisfaction; I have but to entreat, that no attention to me, or my Rank , may interfere, or break in,...
I had the Honor to receive Your Excellency’s Letter of the 1st Instant, with the intelligence from Lord Stirling inclosed; being then at Springfield, I sent an Express to General Poor, immediately, with Copies thereof. I arrived here Yesterday Morning, and find General Heath has indulged the Convention Troops, to remain until Monday Morning in their present Quarters, as they hourly expect...
I am just now honour’d with the receipt of Your Excellency’s Letter of the 14th Instant, from White Marsh. I have never entertained the smallest Idea, that General Burgoyne should be permitted to Change the port of Embarkation, or that the least variation of the Spirit, and Letter of the Convention, would be indulged to the Troops under his Command. There is no doubt, but the British Regiments...