1p, 5¾ x 7½ in. "Sir, You will order the Militia of the State of New Hampshire to join you, and if none are yet in Motion you will find Express to bring them on with all possible dispatch." -- JONES, Willie (1741-1801). Autograph letter signed, to General Nathaniel Greene, n.d. 1p, folio, 1 inch hole on last line, removing one letter of text. Asking General Green's assistance in a business dispute with a Mr. Goldwaithe of Newport, Rhode Island, concerning a shipment of pork, corn, and tobacco. Willie (pronounced "Wylie") Jones was a leading North Carolina patriot, who fought with General Tryon against the Regulators, and later served in the Continental Congress. -- TAYLOR, John. Autograph document to James Clinton (1733-1812), n.d. 1p, 4to. Statement for services rendered (£9 even) for 9 days of surveying at Haverstraw. James Clinton, brother of George and father of DeWitt, was a Brigadier General in the Continental Army, fought against the Iroquois in 1779 and later saw action at the decisive Battle of Yorktown. -- PUTNAM, Israel (1718-1790). Autograph note signed from Major Thomas Poor to General Israel Putnam, countersigned by Putnam, Cambridge, 5 September 1775. 1p, 2½ x 5 in. Request for a two-day pass for Captain Mack. -- PRESCOTT, William (1726-1795). Autograph note signed, to "Mr. Commisary," 20 June 1775. 1p, 1.75 x 7.25 inches. Directing commissary "to Deliver Jedidiah Jewett thirty rounds of Powder & Ball." Written three days after Prescott's famous exploits at Bunker Hill. -- HAND, Edward (1744-1802). Autograph letter, unsigned, by General Hand, to Major General Heath, (1737-1814), Orderly Office, 8 August 1782. 1p, 4to. Discreet repairs. Discussing procedures for a military trial. "The Commander in Chief has ordered me to signify to you his desire that the charges against Major Keith may be brought agreeably to the enclosed form & that you would take the trouble of furnishing the Major & the judge advocate with copies of the same." Together seven items. (7) " /> [REVOLUTIONARY WAR, AMERICAN GENERALS]. SCHUYLER, Philip John (1733-1804). Autograph note signed, 11 September 1777. <I>1p, 3¾ x 7¾ in.</I>. A promissory note for $800 to Jonathan Trumbul, "which I promise to pay on demand." Written eight days before the first Battle of Saratoga, and in the midst of Schuyler's imbroglio with the Continental Congress over the question of whether he or Horatio Gates held the command of the Northern Department. -- SCHUYLER, Philip John. Autograph note signed, to unknown recipient, Fort Edward, 16 July 1777. <I>1p, 5¾ x 7½ in</I>. "Sir, You will order the Militia of the State of New Hampshire to join you, and if none are yet in Motion you will find Express to bring them on with all possible dispatch." -- JONES, Willie (1741-1801). Autograph letter signed, to General Nathaniel Greene, n.d. <I>1p, folio, 1 inch hole on last line, removing one letter of text</I>. Asking General Green's assistance in a business dispute with a Mr. Goldwaithe of Newport, Rhode Island, concerning a shipment of pork, corn, and tobacco. Willie (pronounced "Wylie") Jones was a leading North Carolina patriot, who fought with General Tryon against the Regulators, and later served in the Continental Congress. -- TAYLOR, John. Autograph document to James Clinton (1733-1812), n.d. <I>1p, 4to</I>. Statement for services rendered (£9 even) for 9 days of surveying at Haverstraw. James Clinton, brother of George and father of DeWitt, was a Brigadier General in the Continental Army, fought against the Iroquois in 1779 and later saw action at the decisive Battle of Yorktown. -- PUTNAM, Israel (1718-1790). Autograph note signed from Major Thomas Poor to General Israel Putnam, countersigned by Putnam, Cambridge, 5 September 1775. <I>1p, 2½ x 5 in.</I> Request for a two-day pass for Captain Mack. -- PRESCOTT, William (1726-1795). Autograph note signed, to "Mr. Commisary," 20 June 1775. <I>1p, 1.75 x 7.25 inches</I>. Directing commissary "to Deliver Jedidiah Jewett thirty rounds of Powder & Ball." Written three days after Prescott's famous exploits at Bunker Hill. -- HAND, Edward (1744-1802). Autograph letter, unsigned, by General Hand, to Major General Heath, (1737-1814), Orderly Office, 8 August 1782. <I>1p, 4to. Discreet repairs</I>. Discussing procedures for a military trial. "The Commander in Chief has ordered me to signify to you his desire that the charges against Major Keith may be brought agreeably to the enclosed form & that you would take the trouble of furnishing the Major & the judge advocate with copies of the same." <I>Together seven items</I>. (7) | Christie's