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I do my self the honor to inclose your Excellency a piece of intelligence given by Col. Abeel,...
From the Situation in which I found the Quarter Master General’s Department on my entering upon...
To locate the army to any particular spots, may facilitate the Enemies getting possession of...
Colo. Hand Reports thirty Sail of Ships standing in for the Hook. Perhaps this may be part of the...
I am inform’d a large body of the Enemies Troop have landed at Froggs point. If so I suppose the...
Inclosed is Colo. Biddles Letter to me upon the distressed state of the Forage Department. Our...
I am now sick with a fever and almost blind with sore Eyes. I only write this Leter to apoligize...
I wrote your Excellency yesterday that I was afraid we had lost one of our small parties, but...
The Enemy are out and on their march towards this place in full force, having receivd a...
Major Giles who served with General Morgan as an Aid in the battle of the Cowpens is desirous of...
My public letters to Congress will inform your Excellency of our situation in this quarter. We...
Inclosed is an Estimate made of the Provisions and Provinder, necessary to be laid in, at the...
Your Excellency will see, by the inclosed representation, that our stock of forage is nearly...
All that I can say, in answer to your Excellency’s letter of the 4th, is, that I see not the...
I do myself the honor to enclose your Excellency an extract of a letter from Brigr Genl Morgan,...
Your friendly letter of the 18th of April affords me peculear satisfaction. If my conduct meets...
I have the honor to enclose your Excellency the returns of this Army for the Month of October. In...
I informed your Ex’y this morning that the enemy were on the advance in force. I now acquain⟨t⟩...
Your Excellencies favor of Yesterday this moment came to hand. I am perfectly satisfied with the...
Inclosd is all the most material matters which has occurd to me. I am not sufficently acquainted...
Since I wrote your Excellency at little River near Ninety Six I have been favored with your...
Colo. Hand reports this morning a twenty Gun Ship that came in last Evening fird as She past...
Agreeable to your Excellencys commands I have been in company with Colo. Putnam and examined all...
Inclosd you have a letter from Col. Magaw —the contents will require your Excellencys...
Your Excellency letters of the 8 this moment came to hand—I shall forwa⟨r⟩d the letter to General...
Your Excellencys favor of the 18th came to hand this afternoon. I had given over the thoughts of...
Since I wrote your Excellency by Colonel Morris nothing very material has taken place, except the...
I make use of the first moment to acquaint Your Excellency that the whole force of the Enemy...
General Varnum is at this place and has very lately returnd from Rhode Island, he says that there...
The Challenge I mentiond to your Excellency the other Evening I find is given and accepted and...
Inclosed I send your Excellency a Copy of my Letter to Congress for your information respecting...
I Inclose your Excellency two letters—one from Mr Oleney—and one from General Parsons—upon the...
General Varnum this moment acquaints me that fort Mercer was evacuated last evening. Comodore...
I was honoured by your Excellency’s letter of the 2d Ulto two days since. The enemy continue in...
In consequence of your Excellency’s letter to me of this morning I am about to dispatch Mr Brown...
Your Excellency’s Letter of the 30th of July I have had the honor to receive. before the receipt...
I receivd your Excellencies answer by Col. Hambleton to mine of yesterday morning —I wrote you...
Governor Rutledge has arrivd in Camp and brings me such flattering accounts of large reinforcment...
I have taken the liberty to inclose to your Excellencys care a number of family letters from Mrs...
Colo. Hand reports nothing worthy your Excellencys notice this morning. I was at the Narrows last...
The much greater part of the Enimy march’t off from Fort Washington and above Kings Bridge this...
Inclosed are returns of articles wanted for the use of Colo. Sheldon’s & Moylan’s Regiments of...
As I have ever made it a rule, not to promise more, than I had the fairest prospect of...
From the last accounts from Great Britain it appears absolutely necessary that there should be an...
I have this moment receivd your Excellencys letter of this day. Maxwells brigade & Lees Light...
I receivd a line from Col. Webb last Evening directing me to enquire how many Ships had past the...
Your favor of yesterday I receivd last Night about 12 OClock—The greater part of the troops...
As the article of flour begins to grow scarce at West point; and as there is little probability...
Col. Gibson of the Virgina State regiment sais there are a great number of his men left behind in...
Inclosd I send your Excellency a copy of a report from Mr Lewis, made in consequence of an order...