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I yesterday received your Excellencys letters of the 5th & 13th. I can Assure your Excellency...
Inclosed you will find an extract of a letter which I recd yesterday from Governor Livingston...
I duly received your Excellency’s letter of the 22d accompanied by a Extract of a letter from...
The Questions which your Excellency has been pleased to State to the Council of war, are of the...
At a Council of War held at Head-Quarters at Morris Town N.J. the 1st of April 1780 Present The...
Genl Washington prests his Compliments to My Lord Stirling, & prays his excuse for not doing...
Colonel Craig of the 3d Penna regiment has laid before me the Copy of a division Court Martial...
You will perceive by the inclosed letter from General Maxwell that there is a great diversity of...
Summary of the opinion of the General Officers upon the propriety of attacking New York in the...
A Council of War held at Head Quarters Morris Town June 6th 1780. Present The Commander in Chief....