Letters written to Nathanael Greene during the years 1781 thru 1786

Nathanael Greene

8 Letters written to Nathanael Greene from 5 author(s) including George Washington , and Gouverneur Morris from places such as New Windsor, NY, Dobbs Ferry, NY and Philadelphia, PA. Who did Nathanael Greene know?

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  • George Washington letter to Nathanael Greene.

    New Windsor, NY - 18 April 1781

    Your private letter of the 18th ultimo came safe to hand. Although the honors of the field did not fall to your lot, I am convinced you deserved them.

  • George Washington letter to Nathanael Greene.

    New Windsor, NY - 1 June 1781

    The difficulties, which you daily encounter and surmount with your small force, add not a little to your reputation

  • George Washington letter to Nathanael Greene.

    Dobbs Ferry, NY - 30 July 1781

    By our movements in this quarter, and the main army taking a position near New York, and making every preparation for a serious attempt upon that place, we have already produced a happy effect

  • Gouverneur Morris letter to Nathanael Greene.

    Philadelphia, PA - 24 December 1781

    That you were not chosen I do truly lament, for I can with great truth assure you, that I know not a man who is in my opinion equal to the office except yourself.

  • Alexander Leslie letter to Nathanael Greene.

    , SC - 23 May 1782

    what official authority I had for proposing a cessation of hostilities, and believing a treaty for terminating the war was now carrying on, I have, therefore, to inform you that those papers were transmitted to me by his Excellency, Sir Henry Clinton

  • Francis Marion letter to Nathanael Greene.

    Watbo, SC - 24 September 1782

    I have certain intelligence that steps are still taken to evacuate, and am very sanguine it will take place by the 15th of next month.

  • Gouverneur Morris letter to Nathanael Greene.

    Philadelphia, PA - 15 February 1783

    The approach of peace cannot but give very serious thoughts to every officer and soldier of the American army. The promises made by the public will, if performed, be of beneficial importance, and, if broken, extremely injurious.

  • Thomas Jefferson letter to Nathanael Greene.

    Paris, FRA - 12 January 1786

    I immediately made inquiries on the subject of the frigate you had authorized your relation to sell to this government, and I found that he had long before that sold her to government, and sold her very well, as I understood.