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Quibbletown [ New Jersey ] June 25, 1777. Grants permission for Baron d’Arendt to visit...
Mr Hamilton has informed me of your request to be permitted to go to Philadelphia; and, though at...
Relying upon your words bidding me to have an intire Confidence in you, I entreat Your Excellency...
It is of the utmost importance to prevent the Enemy’s Land Forces and Fleet from forming a...
Being recovered from the indisposition under which you lately laboured, you are to proceed...
At my Arriving in Burlington I had the pleasure of meeting with Lieut. Coll Green whose orders I...
I am just now favd with yours of this date and am sorry that you laboured under any mistake on...
Substance of Baron Arendt’s Letter—General Varnum informed me this morning, that Colo. Smith had...
As long as we have a design to prevent a Junction between the Enemys Fleet and their Army, the...
I have just learnt that the honorable Congress has presented a Sword to Lieut. Col. Smith as a...