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I do not do myself the honor of wr⟨a⟩ïting to you as many times as I would ch⟨u⟩se, because I...
I went down to this place since the day before yesterday in order to be acquainted of all the...
Your excellency ordered me to give my opinion about these three places for winter quarters 1º the...
the project of calling a large body of militia for such a day, in order to attack the ennemy in...
I went Yesterday morning to Head Quarters with an intention of Speaking to Your Excellency But...
I schould have much more reproached myself the liberty I took of wraïting to your excellency, if...
As your excellency’s opinion seems to gree with my ideas for ⟨taking⟩ in our service those Non...
I Schall make use in this particular instance of the liberty you gave me of telling freely every...
I have recieved just now a letter from general connway who is gone on to york town, and mullens...
I can not let go back my guide without taking this opportunity of wraiting to your excellency...
Why am I so far from you, and what business had that board of war to hurry me through the ice and...
I Meet with an occasion of wraïting to your excellency which I wo’nt miss by any means, even...
I hope your excellency will have received two letters from me, one by major brice, and the other...
Letter not found: from Major General Lafayette, c.13 Mar. 1778. On 20 Mar., Lafayette wrote Henry...
Alwaïs new instances where I find myself obliged to send to Congress—was I not So sensible of...
I can never miss an opportunity of rembembering to your excellency the mighty Commander in chief...
how happy I have been in receiving your excellency’s favor of the tenth present I hope you’l be...
The present questions are the most difficult to resolve upon that have been proposed since I have...
Agreable to your excellency’s orders I have taken the oath of the gentlemen officers in general...
The situation we are in renders it extremely difficult to have a Settled notion of what is the...
I have Sign’d the paper because I have been told I schould Sign it, and because almost all the...
inclosed I have the honor to Send you a Letter which clel hamilton was going to send me from this...
I have Receiv’d your orders for marching as fast as I Could and I have march’d without waiting...
I hope you have receiv’d my letter from Cramberry where I aquaint you that I am going to hice...
I have Receiv’d your excellency’s favor notifying your arrival at cramberry and am glad to have...
Your orders have reach’d me so late, and found me in such a situation that it will be impossible...
inclos’d I have the honor to send you a letter from General Sullivan which I took the liberty to...
I take the opportunity of an express going from General Sullivan to your Excellency for to let...
I have receiv’d your Excellency’s favor by general greene, and have been much pleas’d with the...
I had expected for answering to your first letter that Some thing interesting would have happened...
that there has been an action fought where I could have been and where I was not, is a thing...
I Can’t let Mons. de la Neuville go to headquarters without Recalling to Your Excellency’s memory...
I am to aknowledge the reception of your late favor —your excellency’s Sentiments were already...
I am going to Consult your excellency upon a point in which I not only want your leave and...
The News I have got from france, the Reflexions I have made by myself, and these which have been...
You will be surpris’d to hear that I am yet in this city, and that I Could never get out till...
Letter not found: from Maj. Gen. Lafayette, c.30 Oct. 1778. GW wrote Vice Admiral d’Estaing on 31...
in my dificult situation, at Such a distance from you, I am oblig’d to take a determination by...
This letter will be delivered to your excellency by Mister Nevill my aid de Camp whom I beg you...
The Sails are just going to be hoisted, My dear General, and I have But the time of taking my...
Here is at lenght a Safe occasion of writing to you, here I May tell you What Sincere Concern I...
from those happy ties of friendship By which you were pleas’d to unite yourself with me, from the...
here I am, My dear General, and in the Mist of the joy I feel in finding Myself again one of your...
here I am, My dear General, and in the Mist of the joy I feel in finding Myself again one of your...
You know, my dear General, that I am very anxious of Seeing the Army well cloathed for this...
You have desired, My dear General, I would put in writing a Summary of the ideas which I gave as...
Having heard of an Express from Rhodeisland being going through the Continental Village I sent...
As I find an express going from hartfort to general greene, I send this letter to him, that you...
I hasten to inform you that the Milling transport is safely arriv’d on the 19th at Boston. She is...
I had this morning the honor to waït on his excellency the governor, and took the liberty, tho in...