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Prospect Hill , 14 October 1775 . Requests GW to accept Capt. Michael Doudel’s enclosed...
The bearer Lieut. Cromer has for some time past been in a very bad state of Health, and is not...
Prospect Hill , 21 November 1775 . “Capt. George Nagle, of my Regiment, has lately been high...
Having been unlawfully and forcibly dispossessed of my dwelling House on the 14th of December...
I take this earliest opportunity to acquaint you that the Men of War and Transports with the...
I should e’er now have sent you a return of the troops stationed at this place, with an account...
I arrived here on Thursday, and the whole party got up yesterday—Col. Greaton’s Regiment march’d...
I receivd Col. Moylan’s Letter and send you inclosed a state of the accounts he mentions. On...
I arrived at this place the 4th Instant and have since been detain’d by bad weather and contrary...
I arriv’d at this place yesterday evening and shall immediately sett out down the Sorel. Col....