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I hope you have receiv’d my letter from Cramberry where I aquaint you that I am going to hice...
From the Bottom of My Heart I Congratulate you upon the Arrival of the French Fleet—Some Rumors...
Your letter of the 10th of May is the last one that Came into My Hands for which I Beg leave to...
I am sorry to hear from Major Gibs that My letter of last Night did not Reach you Before your...
in Consequence of A Note from me the Admiral Came to Last evening, and defensive ideas Gave way...
I can not let go back my guide without taking this opportunity of wraiting to your excellency...
having heard of an express from Rhodeisland being Going through the Continental Village I sent...
A Man is just Arriv’d at My quarters who says that the Cork fleet Arriv’d in Newyork on Sunday...
I have Receiv’d your excellency’s favor notifying your arrival at cramberry and am glad to have...
to My Great disappointment Mr P—— is Return’d this Morning and Brings no details with him—I...
Your orders have reach’d me so late, and found me in such a situation that it will be impossible...
Letter not found: from Maj. Gen. Lafayette, c.30 Oct. 1778. GW wrote Vice Admiral d’Estaing on 31...
I have Receiv’d three different Accounts from Newyork, and tho’ the Authorities Are Not...
As you will Receive a letter from Gal St Clair Who had been desir’d by Congress to Go with me to...
This letter is not By Any Means directed to the Commander in chief, But to My Most Intimate and...
I have Sign’d the paper because I have been told I schould Sign it, and because almost all the...
Here is a letter from Mercereau which says very little, and the little which is said in it I...
inclos’d I have the honor to send you a letter from General Sullivan which I took the liberty to...
I hasten to inform you that the Missing transport is safely arriv’d on the 19th at Boston —she is...
This letter will be Handed By cll Morris who waits upon Your Excellency with Gal Greene’s...
You will be surpris’d to hear that other vessels are arriv’d from France, and that we have not...
The Sails are just going to be hoisted, My dear General, and I have But the time of taking my...
The News I have got from france, the Reflexions I have made by myself, and these which have been...
that there has been an action fought where I could have been and where I was not, is a thing...
I have Not Yet Receiv’d Your Answer to Any of My letters. Since My last No News have Come to...
I Can’t let Mons. de la Neuville go to headquarters without Recalling to Your Excellency’s memory...
The bearer of my letter, Chevalier de Lambert, a French gentlemen, will do himself the honor to...
from Major Lee I just now hear that he has seen a man who has been in Newyork and told him that...
I went Yesterday morning to Head Quarters with an intention of Speaking to Your Excellency But...
I alwais forgot mentionning to you what has past Betwen duke of Lauzun and Myself on account of...
On the 5 Ulto I Had the Honor to write You a Letter, and as Count d’Estaing was pleased to let me...
Your letter of the 2d 7ber is just come to Hand. Mine of Yesterday Mentionned that the ships in...
You know, My dear General, that I Am Very Anxious of Seeing the Army well Cloathed for this...
Your letter of the 22d Came to hand last evening and I hasten to answer At least to a part of its...
The Bearer of this Mr Lavaud Came to Me with a Recommendation from Viscount de Choiseuïl in the...
You have desired, My dear General, I would put in writing a Summary of the ideas which I Gave as...
The Embarkation Which I thought and I do Still think to Have Been destined to Newyork Was...
I had this Morning the honor of writing to You By general heath’s express and inform’d you that...
You Have So often Been pleased to Ask I Would Give My opinion upon Any subject that May occur,...
Your letter of yesterday is just Come to Hand, and its Contents shall Be ponctually obei’d—the...
Your letter of the 13th is just Come to Hand. The Moment a perfect Intelligence Can Be Got, Major...
My Letter of the 23d to Your Excellency will, I Hope, Be Safely transmitted, and the Bearer of it...
You will be surpris’d to hear that I am yet in this city, and that I Could never get out till...
I had expected for answering to your first letter that Some thing interesting would have happened...
You very well know that for Many and Many Reasons Both on account of the Country and on that of...
Inclosed You will find some Numbers a Copy of Which I Have kept and Which Contain some Names that...
I have receiv’d your Excellency’s favor by general greene, and have been much pleas’d with the...
By Former Letters, Your Excellency Has Been Acquainted with My Motions From My Arrival at the...
After having Stated the few facts that have taken place Between this and the last Meeting of...
I am Sorry to think We are not yet Gone, and there Still Remain Some doubts of our Going to...