Letters written to Richard Montgomery during the years 1773 thru 1775

Richard Montgomery

6 Letters written to Richard Montgomery from 2 author(s) including Benedict Arnold from places such as Claremont, NY, St Marie, QC, CAN and Point Levy, QC, CAN. Who did Richard Montgomery know?

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  • Robert Livingston letter to Richard Montgomery.

    Claremont, NY - 21 June 1773

    Since we heard of your intentions, solicitous for our daughter's happiness, we have made such enquiries as have given a great deal of satisfaction.

  • Benedict Arnold letter to Richard Montgomery.

    St Marie, QC, CAN - 8 November 1775

    I can only say we have hauled our bateaux up over falls, up rapid streams, over carrying-places, and marched through morasses, thick woods, and over mountains, about three hundred and twenty miles

  • Benedict Arnold letter to Richard Montgomery.

    Point Levy, QC, CAN - 13 November 1775

    The winds have been so high, these three nights, that I have not been able to cross the river. I have near forty canoes ready

  • Benedict Arnold letter to Richard Montgomery.

    Colvil Place, QC, CAN - 14 November 1775

    I wrote you yesterday from Point Levy, by an express sent from Sorel, by Colonel Easton, of my intention of crossing the St. Lawrence, which I happily effected between nine and four in the morning

  • Benedict Arnold letter to Richard Montgomery.

    Quebec City, QC, CAN - 16 November 1775

    I am very anxious to hear from you, and much more to see you here.

  • Benedict Arnold letter to Richard Montgomery.

    Point-aux-trembles, QC, CAN - 20 November 1775

    upon examination, great part of our cartridges proved unfit for service, and, to my great surprise, we had no more than five rounds for each man, and near one hundred muskets unfit for service.