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I removed the Baggage to Howells Tavern 4½ miles from the Warren Tavern & there waited for orders...
You are hereby authorized to impress all the Blankets, Shoes Stockings and other Articles of...
As the Season advances when falling weather and the badness of Roads will be almost...
On a Review of the Waggon horses belonging to the united States and those impressed or on hire in...
Fredericksburg [ New York ] November 20, 1778 . Orders Biddle to impress forage for troops. LS ,...
I have received a Copy of Your Letter of the 27th Instant to Major General Greene, Quarter Master...
Whereas by the sudden Movement of the Army to winter quarters it will be difficult to procure the...
Our prospects, with regard to Grain Forage, are so very alarming, that I think it incumbent upon...
Letter not found: from Clement Biddle, 9 Dec. 1779 . GW wrote Samuel Huntington on 10–11 Dec.: “I...
Letter not found: from Clement Biddle, 23 Dec. 1779 . GW wrote Biddle on this date: “I have...