2 pp, folio. Excellent account of actions during the Saratoga Campaign. Notes that he arrived there after a twenty mile forced march to harass enemy as they retreated and took prisoners and a great number of provisions. Notes he has sent out a party of Oneidas and he will send out 500 men in morning, then he will hasten to join Gates. He notes the brave actions of Colonel Ganswoort and his men. Notes the Oneidas and Tuscaroras have been exceedingly friendly. He says that he believes that Fort Schuyler is out of danger for this year. -- BALCARRES, Alexander. British General. DS, n.p., 31 December 1777. 1p, oblong 8vo. A receipt for provisions supplied to the 24th Regiment of Infantry after the surrender at Saratoga. -- BAILEY, Luther (Adjutant, 1st Massachusetts Battalion). Two ADS, Camp at White Plains, 31 July and 7 August, 1777. 4pp, oblong folio. Official returns for the battalion. -- EDMONSTONE, A. (Aide-de-Camp of General Riedesel). ALS to Mr. Remington, Castleton, 21 July 1777. 1p, 12mo. Riedesel requests that the bearer be given a horse during the Saratoga campaign. -- EDWARDS, Timothy. ALS, to General Benjamin Lincoln, Stockbridge, MA; 6 September 1777. 1 p, 4to. Notes that the public flour is in the hands of Theodore Sedgwick and that several hundred barrels are on their way to Lincoln in Bennington. Notes his continued desire to serve "the United States." -- CLAIBORNE, Buller (Aide-de-camp of General Benjamin Lincoln). ALS, to Isaac Tichenor, Albany, 31 October 1777. 2 pp, 4to. Noting that General Lincoln paid for the yoke oxen that he received and the account was settled with the paymaster. -- COOK, Joseph. ADS, Northampton, 29 April 1779. 1 p, oblong 12mo. Certification that he has received twenty German prisoners. -- TROUP, Robert (1757-1832, Secretary of the Board of Treasury, Continental Congress). ADS, Philadelphia, 23 June 1779. 4 pp, folio. A detailed list of instructions for James Milligan, Commissioner of Accounts, calling for him to look into the accounts regarding supplies for the Convention Army of Saratoga, the subject of a dispute between Generals Phillips and Heath. -- PUTNAM, David. ADS, [near Saratoga], 10 January 1778. 1 p, 4to. Acknowledging that Charles Campbell of the 62nd British Regiment, who deserted the day before Burgoyne's surrender, witnessed the dumping of cannon and supplies in the Hudson River. -- HAMILTON, James (Brigadier General, British Army). DS, Saratoga, 1 February 1781. 3 pp, 4to. A list of officers, listed by regiment, that were a part of Hamilton's troops taken at Saratoga. -- HAMILTON. MDS, [Saratoga], 1 February 1781. 1p, oblong folio. A return listing the numbers of British Troops taken at Saratoga (probably only a list of Hamilton's men). -- SARATOGA CAMPAIGN. MD, n.p., 11 March 1780. 1 p, oblong 8vo. A muster of the number of British and German forces still being held as prisoners in the Convention Army. -- BARTLETT, Benjamin. Two ADS, Stillwater, 29 September 1777 and 8 October 1777. 2pp, narrow oblongs. An account of stores and supplies in camp above Stillwater during the Saratoga Campaign. -- LEWIS, Morgan (Deputy Quartermaster General, Northern Department). ALS to unknown person, Albany, 8 August 1778. 1p, folio. Concerning the building of the bridge at Saratoga. -- LEWIS. ALS, to Col. Yates, Skeensborough, 6 August 1776. 1p, 4to, inlaid. Discussing the movement of supplies. Together 18 items. (18) " /> [REVOLUTIONARY WAR, BATTLE OF SARATOGA]. GATES, Horatio (1728-1806), <I> General Continental Army</I>. ALS to Major Robert Cochran, At the Camp on Beheemus's [Bemis] Heights, 21 September 1777. <I>1p, 8vo</I>. Gates's order for reinforcements during the first phase of the battle at Saratoga. "The Bearer Major Robert Cochran is Intrusted with my particular and positive orders to forward to this Camp, all the Militia of the neighbouring Counties in the eastern States--and all officers and soldiers on their March from thence are to observe and obey the directions given them by Major Robert Cochran." -- ARNOLD, Benedict. A contemporary copy of an ALS (not in Arnold's hand) to General Gates, Fort Schuyler, 24 August 1777. <I>2 pp, folio</I>. Excellent account of actions during the Saratoga Campaign. Notes that he arrived there after a twenty mile forced march to harass enemy as they retreated and took prisoners and a great number of provisions. Notes he has sent out a party of Oneidas and he will send out 500 men in morning, then he will hasten to join Gates. He notes the brave actions of Colonel Ganswoort and his men. Notes the Oneidas and Tuscaroras have been exceedingly friendly. He says that he believes that Fort Schuyler is out of danger for this year. -- BALCARRES, Alexander. British General. DS, n.p., 31 December 1777. <I>1p, oblong 8vo</I>. A receipt for provisions supplied to the 24th Regiment of Infantry after the surrender at Saratoga. -- BAILEY, Luther (Adjutant, 1st Massachusetts Battalion). Two ADS, Camp at White Plains, 31 July and 7 August, 1777. <I>4pp, oblong folio</I>. Official returns for the battalion. -- EDMONSTONE, A. (Aide-de-Camp of General Riedesel). ALS to Mr. Remington, Castleton, 21 July 1777. <I>1p, 12mo</I>. Riedesel requests that the bearer be given a horse during the Saratoga campaign. -- EDWARDS, Timothy. ALS, to General Benjamin Lincoln, Stockbridge, MA; 6 September 1777. <I>1 p, 4to</I>. Notes that the public flour is in the hands of Theodore Sedgwick and that several hundred barrels are on their way to Lincoln in Bennington. Notes his continued desire to serve "the United States." -- CLAIBORNE, Buller (Aide-de-camp of General Benjamin Lincoln). ALS, to Isaac Tichenor, Albany, 31 October 1777. <I>2 pp, 4to</I>. Noting that General Lincoln paid for the yoke oxen that he received and the account was settled with the paymaster. -- COOK, Joseph. ADS, Northampton, 29 April 1779. <I>1 p, oblong 12mo</I>. Certification that he has received twenty German prisoners. -- TROUP, Robert (1757-1832, Secretary of the Board of Treasury, Continental Congress). ADS, Philadelphia, 23 June 1779. <I>4 pp, folio</I>. A detailed list of instructions for James Milligan, Commissioner of Accounts, calling for him to look into the accounts regarding supplies for the Convention Army of Saratoga, the subject of a dispute between Generals Phillips and Heath. -- PUTNAM, David. ADS, [near Saratoga], 10 January 1778. <I>1 p, 4to</I>. Acknowledging that Charles Campbell of the 62nd British Regiment, who deserted the day before Burgoyne's surrender, witnessed the dumping of cannon and supplies in the Hudson River. -- HAMILTON, James (Brigadier General, British Army). DS, Saratoga, 1 February 1781. <I>3 pp, 4to</I>. A list of officers, listed by regiment, that were a part of Hamilton's troops taken at Saratoga. -- HAMILTON. MDS, [Saratoga], 1 February 1781. <I>1p, oblong folio</I>. A return listing the numbers of British Troops taken at Saratoga (probably only a list of Hamilton's men). -- SARATOGA CAMPAIGN. MD, n.p., 11 March 1780. <I>1 p, oblong 8vo</I>. A muster of the number of British and German forces still being held as prisoners in the Convention Army. -- BARTLETT, Benjamin. Two ADS, Stillwater, 29 September 1777 and 8 October 1777. <I>2pp, narrow oblongs</I>. An account of stores and supplies in camp above Stillwater during the Saratoga Campaign. -- LEWIS, Morgan (Deputy Quartermaster General, Northern Department). ALS to unknown person, Albany, 8 August 1778. <I>1p, folio</I>. Concerning the building of the bridge at Saratoga. -- LEWIS. ALS, to Col. Yates, Skeensborough, 6 August 1776. <I>1p, 4to, inlaid</I>. Discussing the movement of supplies. <I>Together 18 items</I>. (18) | Christie's