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I have the Honor to Inclose you the Intelligence reced from Rhode Island Last night which is not...
I had Last Evening the honor of Receiving your Excellencys favor of the 17th Instant & Shall...
By a former Letter Sent by Express I acknowledged the Rect of your Excellenceys favor of the 17th...
I have the pleasure to Inform you that we have already Collected a Magazine amply Sufficient for...
It is with pleasure I inform your Excellency that our preparations in this Department are as...
I have the honor to inform your Excellency that some time since three of the enemy’s frigates...
The Count De-Estaing and myself were by Agreement to land our Forc[e]s here this Morning but I...
In my last I had the honor to inform your Excellency of my being in possession of the enemies...
Notwithstanding the train of misfortunes (mentioned in my letter of the 14th Inst.) sufficient in...
I am honored this day by the receipt of your favor of the 16th Inst. Wherein you complain of my...
I have within this hour had the honor of receiving your favor and am happy in having it in my...
The Fates have Decreed that you Shall receive nothing but Disagreable Intelligence from this...
A Retreat to the North End of the Island having been deemd adviseable (from our great diminution...
In my last I promisd your Excellency to particularize such commanding Officers and Corps as more...
I am informed by Genl He[a]th & the Council of B⟨os⟩ton that an English fleet has anchord off the...
I had Last night the honor of Receiving your Excellenceys Favor of the first Instant &...
I am sorry to inform your Excellency of a Disscontent which at present prevails among the...
Since my last, Two N. Hampshire Volunteers (who were capturd in Rhode Island & since exchangd)...
Letter not found : from Maj. Gen. John Sullivan, 6 Sept. 1778. On 9 Sept., GW wrote Sullivan : “I...
I can only Inform you at present that the Enemy have Left Bedford but are Still Hovering Round...
I have nothing new in this Quarter Since my Last The Pilots who waited on Count D Estaing call...
I was this morning Honoured with your Excellencys favor of the 12th Instant; The Directions in...
no alteration in the motions of the Enemy Since yesterday. I Inclose your Excellencey all the...
This Day affords nothing new—I have been Honoured with your Excellenceys favor of the 13th...
Inclosed is all the Intelligance of this Day The Sloops & Schooners mentioned by General Cornell...
Nothing new in this Quarter. Three Deserters came from the Enemy yesterday they Say the Sailors...
There is nothing new in this Quarter Save that the Enemy have within two or three Days past...
I have this Day nothing worth taking up a moment of your Excellenceys attention unless you find...
By a Flag Just Returned from Newport I find that Admiral Biron in a Ninety gun Ship has Arrived...
The Enemy are Still Silent I have no news of the Fleet all the news of this Quarter is in the...