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1781 To John Cottringer, Dr. February 7th To making a regimental Suit of Cloaths 4. 2 yards...
In the probability that Congress will enact a general Quarantine Law this session & that a Health...
We have examined the Obstructions in the North River, and beg leave to observe that the object is...
Lieut. Colo. Smith by his Letter of the 26th last, informs us that he is desired by the Officers...
Having maturely considered the state of facts and representations submitted to us in Council, by...
3366Council of War, 12 July 1776 (Washington Papers)
At a Council of War held at Head Quarters July 12. 1776 Present His Excelly General Washington[,]...
3367Council of War, 17 June 1778 (Washington Papers)
At a Council of War held at Head Quarters Valley Forge the 17th day of June 1778 His Excellency...
Hopewell Township [ New Jersey ] June 24, 1778 . The council decided against a general action...
having Served my Country three years I hope with your Exelenceys Approbation and my frends, not...
The inhabitants of the county of Monmouth being assembled on account of the horrid and almost...
By the various reports which have been lately circulated in the public prints concerning the...
Mr Valentine Crawford got Credit for Some Goods from Capt. William McGachen Some time ago on your...
Your benevolent intention, as to the appropriation of your interest in the James River Canal...
I hope you will please to pardon my taking the Liberty of laying these few Lines before your...
By direction of Mr John Cowper of Gates County No. Carolina, I beg leave to enclose you four...
Letter not found : from Christopher Cowper, 18 July 1794. On 30 July, GW wrote John Cowper : "By...
Letter not found : from John Cowper, 23 June 1794. On 30 July, GW wrote to Cowper : "By...
Letter not found : from John Cowper, 20 Aug. 1794. GW wrote Cowper on 4 Sept. , "Your letter of...
Letter not found: from John Cowper, 12 May 1788. On 25 May GW wrote Cowper : “I have been duly...
The present state of affairs appearing to require great circumspection, and the Secretary of the...
Mr T. Coxe presents his most respectful compliments to General Washington and has the honor to...
Having been informed by the Secretary of the Treasury, that you had been pleased to confide to me...
It is with the greatest hesitation that I contribute to the unpleasing circumstances that are...
I trust you will believe my solemn assurance of you, that a very painful sense of duty has...
The Secretary of the Treasury being absent from the seat of Government, I do myself the honor,...
I trust you will believe my solemn assurance of you, that a very powerful sense of duty has...
I have the honor to inclose to you a translation of a letter lately received by me from Genl...
having dispos’d of Three bbls of flour as pr Sales Furnishd, the neet proceeds of which I have...
J’ay eté chargé en 1765 de faire pour l’hotel des Bureaux de la Guerre à Versailles, le Portrait...
Petitions for permission to resign his commission “for the following Reasons viz. 1[st]ly his...