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The Militia from the State of Massachusetts Bay were directed by the General Court to receive...
Your letter of the 28th Instt noticeing Me the forwardness of the Troops under your Command was...
As I am credibly inform’d that the inhabitants along the Sound carry on a frequent communication...
I Sent out in the morning Two parties ordered one of them to the Right of the Enemy & the other...
By a Letter which I had this day the pleasure of receiving from the president of the Council of...
I just arrived here—Find only part of two Regiments of the militia, from the Massachusetts—The...
I am glad to hear by yours of the 4th Inst. that you had arrived at Peekskill, and I hope from...
Letter not found: from Maj. Gen. Benjamin Lincoln, 9 Jan. 1777. When writing to William Heath on...
I am sensible the State of Massachusetts Bay are determined, to use every vigorous exertion, to...
An Inconvenience of considerable Magnitude arising from the Practice of carrying Household...