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Since the Departure of the last Letter I had the honor to write You, I have not in the least...
The propositions I made to Congress respecting the formation of the Army, of which I had the...
I had the pleasure of receiving your favor of the 2nd Instant yesterday. The necessity there was...
The Minister of France, has fixed on Monday next for his departure from hence for a Visit to your...
If affords me a peculiar pleasure to inform you that my endeavours are like to succeed in the...
Four batalions formed in a Brigade under the command of Brigadier General Clinton—two field...
the Inspection established in the Army has hitherto extended only to the Infantry in the Line of...
Upon a Calculation of the number of Arms wanting I find that the Eight Brigades in this...
Your Excellency having expressed a desire that the Troops should exercise I take the liberty of...
I have the honor to inclose your Excellency a Letter from Major Lee by which you will perceive...
I have recd intelligence of the arrival of the British fleet at New York by various persons by...
The more I reflect on the situation of our Affairs, the more I think my presence necessary at the...
The first object of my attention on my arrival here was to collect together all the spare Arms...
Aussi dificile et presque impossible il est de tracer un plan pour les operations d’une Campagne,...
I am just returned from West Point where I have been making some necessary arrangments towards...
Colonel Debois has this moment been with me who has been desired by Governor Clinton to wait on...
I am favor’d with your Excellencys Letter of the 18th Inst. With regard to the Light Infantry I...
In consequence of your directions I have sett aside, next Tuesday for drafting the Light...
To avoid all disorders which may result from drawing by seperate Corps, I have proposed in my...
Previous to the reception of your two Letters of the & Instant I had been informed of our...
I am just favord with your Excellencys Letter of this date, not expecting when I left Fish Kill...
By the State of Affairs that Your Excellency has been pleased to lay before the Council of War,...
I had the honor of adressing your Excellency under date of the 23 Ins. and am this moment favord...
It is with the Greatest satisfaction I Acquaint you that the Plan of Arrangement for the Army,...
Mr de Pontiere, a French Gentleman of merit, arrived with me in this Country. Congress appointed...
Your Excellency has no doubt, heard before this time, of the Departure of the Enemy from...
Your Excellency has doubtless been informed by General Green of his intentions to leave me in...
The more difficult it becomes to recruit our Armies, the more it becomes necessary to redress the...
I received Yesterday Your Excellency’s Letter of the 10th inst. I am Exceedingly obliged to you...
I have waited a moments leisure from the hurry & confusion of these Eight days past to give Your...