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Fair Weather, but an Adverse Wind, from the N.E., which ob liges Us to go to the Southward of the...
March 4. Wednesday. 1778. The Weather was fair, but We had an adverse Wind from the North East,...
ALS : Archives du Ministère des affaires étrangères; copy: Harvard University Library Being...
ALS : Harvard University Library J’ai recu la lettre dont vous m’avés honoré. Comme je ne pourrai...
Copy: Harvard University Library Received of the honorable William Lee Esqr. a Trunk said to...
ALS : Library of Congress I wrote to you yesterday under Mr. Grants [Grand’s] cover without...
ALS : University of Pennsylvania Library The present volume contains a number of letters from...
8General Orders, 4 March 1778 (Washington Papers)
As the Field Officers of the day are often so busily employed in visiting the Guards, the day...
It being adjudged advisable to augment the Cavalry in Continental Service by an addition of One...
On the 14th Ulto I had the Honour of recieving your Excellency’s Letter, in Baltimore. Both my...