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Morristown [ New Jersey ] April 7, 1777. Orders Heard to see that the number of officers is in...
Inclosed I transmit you a copy of a late resolve of Congress, by which you will perceive that in...
I find it necessary to make a new disposition of the forces in the Jerseys—You will please to...
I would have you leave at this place (out of the Militia under your Command) One hundred Men, or...
Yesterday morning the new recruits from Bergen under the Command of Colls Barton & Buskirk—came...
The Disposition of the Army which I am about to make renders it necessary that I should call away...
About ten days past—there was about two Tierces Tea found by some of my Troops at Paramus—it was...
I this morning received your favor of yesterday Inclosed I send you General Orders which as far...
Letter not found: from Brig. Gen. Nathaniel Heard, 13 June 1777. In his letter to Heard of 14...
The Enemy tota⟨lly abandoned Amboy Yesterday,⟩ I therefore shall be e⟨nabled to dispense with a⟩...