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To His Excellency General Washington &c. &c. The Subscribers in behalf of themselves and the...
i take the opportunity of major l’enfant going to Camp to present my Respects to your Excellency....
La lettre Mon cher Général du 10 mai dont Vous m’avez honoré m’a fait le plus grand plaisir. Je...
I have the Honor to transmit to your Excellency the inclosd Address of the General Assembly of...
I have received an order, since your Excellencys letter of the 18th May from the War office, and...
I do my self the Honor to enclose for your Excellency’s Perusal the Copy of a circular Letter...
Le plus Grand des Guerriers, merite du moins de primer parmis ceux, qui ont acquis de juste Titre...
The Baron Steuben, who is the Bearer of this, delivered me your Excellency’s Letter, which after...
This will be handed to your Excellency by the Count Del Vermé, a nobleman of Milan in Italy—By...
I have the honor of forwarding a Letter and several Casks which were delivered me a few days...
The Troops encamped within Two Miles of this Town on Saturday where They remain still, for having...
On my Arrival in this part of the Country I embraced the earliest Opportunity of consulting with...
I have neglected writing your Excellency a circumstantial account of the Reasons of Congress...
In the absence of General Lincoln I have the honor to acknowledge the receipt of your...
I have the honor to inform Your Excellency that I arrived here the evening before last &...
The Committee appointed to Confer with me on the Subject of Your Excellencys letter, where of...
Anxious to complete the returns of the Army for the last month I calld for a return from Hazens...
General St Clair is now here, and this moment suggests an Idea which he has desired me to mention...
The troops halted at this place last night and are now crossing the river for Philadelphia....
Yesterday I had the honor of receiving your Exellency’s favors of April 20th & May 15th Written...
Being anxious to complete the Returns of the Army for the last Month, I called for One from...
The unfortunate and disgraceful Event that has lately taken Place in Philadelphia must have...
To day am about to prepare our Chief Warrior Capt. Hendrick Solomon & four Warriors with him to...
Your Excellency’s address to the State over which I have the Honor to preside has been Received,...
J’ai l’honneur d’adresser à Votre Excellence l’extrait d’une lettre de M. de Malesherbes oncle de...
I do myself the Pleasure of enclosing a Line to your Excellency from Major General Howe, who...
I arrived yesterday with the Troops within some Miles of this Place where They will halt until...
The inclos’d Resolution of Congress has been just now handed me & the Express sets off in a...
Doctr Le mayeur presents his humble Respects to his Excellency General washignton and madame; has...
The inclosed letter addressed to General Lincoln was brought to Fort Herkemer by a Flagg of Truce...
The remainder of the 3d Mas. regiment Amounting to about 256 cannot be in readiness to march...
Finding by a Resolve of the Hnble the Continental Congress of March last respecting the...
The Troops arrived at this place last night and commenced their march at three this morning—The...
Since I did myself the honor to address your Excellency on the 28th April last I have been...
I take the first Moment of Leisure since our Arrival here, to inform your Excellency that...
The inclosed is addressed to a Brother of mine whom I have not heard from this nine years...
The hour of quiting the Toils of war and returning to the domestic walk among my fellow citizens...
The letter which we have the honor of forwarding your Excellency. We leatly reced: from the Baron...
Your Excellency having referred to our consideration the claim of Mr Robert Hoakesly to the goods...
As the happy Period is arrived which will restore us to the Station of private Citizens & produce...
Pattersons brigade and Sprouts regiment will be in readiness to march this afternoon, and will...
We have Accidentally heard that an Order was publish’d some time since for a return of those...
Relying on your Excellency disposition to obtain justice for the Army, we have presumed to commit...
Proceedings of a Board of General Officers assembled at Head Quarters the 24 June 1783 Present...
I have been honoured by colonel Humphrys with a signification of your Excellency’s pleasure that...
I have been favoured with your Letters of 14th & 19th instant; the latter enclosing an extract of...
I take the liberty of to inform your Excellcy that the brigade of Generals Patterson and Greatons...
To accommodate the officers of the 2nd Massachusetts Regiment, I have this day consented that...
I am greatly mortified that our circumstances here oblige us to trouble your Excellency with a...
This Afternoon I dispatched an Express to your Excellency (a copy of whose dispatches is...