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By every Accot from the City the enemy intend to Attackt the Fort tomorrow. the Hessians are to...
Letter not found: to Capt. Charles Craig, 8 Nov. 1777. Craig’s letter to GW of 8 Nov. is docketed...
I believe your Excellency may Depend upon the enemys force being drawn to Attact the Fort to day,...
I have not been Able to gain any intellegence of Consequence since I had the Honour of Adressing...
I have this moment receiv’d information of Lord Cornwallace’s crossing in Jersey Last night with...
Since my last, I have had I beleve a True Accot of Lord Cornwalss rout Last night about 12 OClock...
I reciv’d various Accounts yesterday respecting The enemys Measures for makeing an Attackt on Red...
Since my last letter, I recived a Certain Account of a Number of Heighlanders Crossing to Jersey...
I have delay’d writing in expectation of hearing something new from the City, but nothing has...
I receiv’d some intillegence this morning from the City and have thought my duty to forward to Yr...