r.vrA torts, of winch tlie inclofcd U lift, tw to be . . . SJgai jLF -wit;, vou arc to take as ftron a
Ucr yoor command. . . t, LXa tic country will afford, and fend the qatckeft intelligence
f The troops mu.1 take no tents, and l' IS M"i d yoa may depend on my makingdi a movment a
I ice uwr , nn . . own bat-hories. to me, ana you :. -r-f!lt
Ved by Vr-Vj,, Arlington, ul take ft,U:p the.enemy oeweea two nres,
yo"e,rre de,achment of ProTind.U. under the com- luftam TP"-J " 'L'" brVmoy-
mdofCapt. Sheerwood, hall
... - i .i.n fr nroceed to
1 . r itriir h nail
i -.wn rr Mincnrucr.iwuuK jw - -w vi rax..
i take poll, To as to fecure the pafs of the mountains on tne or PT1 u can Cet no more, and fcould not the army
Kl from fSanchefter to Rockingham ; from hence you will de- . army. t In your 'expedition Ihould be com
Kd f?r.jiJ . .nd lioht troops to the northward, towards Ot- be able to reach -Albany do y
return and alfo receg otte
to enemy is in force on the C00"11. X whe vou any officers under the direaions of Congrefs, - either civil or mi-
C tht road over the mountains Jm TtSE HtarW are to jbe made prifoners. ". , v V .
fee POirTHwm i fcartily ilh WW and haye the honour to be, , -
nd rnuft be procccucu - -- , , . , t
Cfilc ot tne mounuu... V- v . h inforined of
force of the enemy's militia in the neighbouring country,
he force ot the enc y ,nce.be effeaed, you are to re-
.hould you n u - - r---" - detached up
nam mere wnuc . . ff.n(1 tue r:vcr to Brau
he river, land you a rc w ;. marcu yott to
tew , A Ktnv. !
cturn by tnegrcai wumi
i J. BURGOYNE, Lieut. General,
HtadQuaritri, Auguft 9f 777- I s
CHARLES THOMSON, Secretary.
' Ji V nfmv nrirnners. near C.IK. End
bury u iiw" r, " WCMWHkd iw v 7 r - . . - .
.u.-rMt mad to A banv. ! . v. t...i j..,.i fA mir rmvJ Their armv coniitts, it is
return oy & v-" - ,,. -P. to hive 10 more nivquciHituw w- ...-7. - - ' ,i
f payou, whole : progr your --Ws a. tove ( . , aU Wafllin has regulf ,
brdtrs to prmg . 9t.horfJa to thc troops, to- and 5 or io.ooo mmu.
der your commana, - -.-w - - bsffound. u Thc
B A- L T I 1VI O R E, Sept: tljm
T T T A M s R U R G. 5V. io.
Utter from nesr Upper Marlboraugby dated kept.
u- 'LLA 'tm tn"he taken by Howe. . who
for Phi adelohia. and is
is marcnea Dv mc cu w - - , -
coaftcd by General Walhington, who is at .Shades .s ford, J
ge: T Thorf"SrbeW wftneceCUry for the mount- t !W- 1
. teUllket.on, in and $;
c her convenient carriages, with as many araugn . oxen a, w "TbGWeraI Waftingtbn, Who t. at Shade'. fod,
ol!":"r.l J-. thorn, and all cattle fit for daughter, nilch coafted by ,H PhiladelDhia. thelii.es mann'd,
cocxcc'ptcd wh ch are to be-left for the inhabitants. Keg.- "t h u An gement every monent
S in the form hereto fubjoined are to be g.a U , "j' lZLy morning. Bloody work may be
rilaces" here any of the above" ment.oned an.de. are taken to Pd, on y at KenITett's Square, a beft
places ,;,J in their habitations, and other- nouny expcticu. ,., ,v.: -hH rrveas iruardi.
gSSw 'h Ae term; of General Bane's ; oT t.nes, pp aiVto head qSar
wile compi as are known to be afting Futnam, witn oow WaOiinton as this nieht."
butnorcwiP w :w . have with yoxperfons
' MW " ,
. . . 1 - .
tCfervVeofthe rebels. As you will have witn;you.P .uu.
lDAltuai?cd with the abilities of the country it may
psrfeOlyi a.qjain ca with.the porti
Phap ube radv,.ffAa, ic c, and limit the hours for the delivery ;
TVvou nndt nZrTlo move before fh delivery
anJ, ftiould .you nnu h mJ&l 'fcfpcaablc people mould be
can be made, tyto&'X?0' nnn.di Allpoffi-
tnken tofecore tnc lV-r r h pr?oba-
Putnam, witn oow ihsu uav.. - r - . -
and it is thoLht will join General Walhington as this night..
rouA always keep tne rcginicn u
coons ttiemfelve mull ride, and
n-imenr. Thefc horfes which ai
r Ti i r .
take care or mm none
Ir njinra ror tiic uis
n . .i ...,.?K.r Iwrtrinrs often carh.i in order that
Tr.7llni You wii. give the unarmed men
-f Per"s crLs to conduct them, and inhabitants whom you ran
Yoffi always take your omps i- go-,d pofit hot
,7'.he fame time where there is pa:lure; and you.muU have a
it.ndh:o.fe1bofe P,p'e who a,e to bring me the ac-
"utiTft'necrr'o halt fV. day or two, you mutt
.,wlvV"nA;cMhe camp othe Pent of d ,n cider
return wh the re .m.. c f ; front of
have a detachment ol Cap t. ri. a prevent your
the column, and.he f,me , the r a. .n " c 'the
tilling mio aa auiuun.u. y- - -
hannes's. iUppoled-to owong w w .. i ,
nanness, .u-v-fli.l.nr1 Cflrooes were computed
en on board; tne onip ; " 7 .'r rlln,. " Shd.alfo
at! above One unarea ?uf r"T ; m
retook a French Vettel loaden witn oaiu
wo ds. ... . m-tntrv believe
. You Will ofe.ll poawemcan, - ;",d;etd'corp. of
tha, the- oopv unde yc r co ar- ri. imiiea. , 0 the
SC S '" tha,h, main army
-rmAlfey"; Ain,d at Springfield by the co. of troop.
.fromRhqde-Ifland. . ! Mr. Warr, now
It is htgMy prc.Da.-..c --"-., . bu n,0J.d
foppofed to be at Mam-neocr, '
r.ft Week a very melancHoIyccicfcnt happened at ore
soiind. Mr. Kicnara iiaMwiug., ,.r
the Public Salt Works of this .State wa, unfortnnat
W downedtin croffing over from the Town of Bufort. tp the
Son New-Port Rive
afNepro bellow. After condoling waK his difoonfolate Wi. 5
dow Fid Numerous and amiable Family, on the LoiW fo tenj
dL a HufJand and Parent, we are next tayiew hn a Pub. ,
? nUftlr ad deplore his Lois as a public Misfortune. He t
hasredoerat Public S?rvic by thi.St m :
which he n anifefted aTSpirit aaive, enterpr fing and
aable- and was juftin a fair Way of -bringing-thr Salt Work,
fo PeVfeaicn! an'd lupplying the State with great Quantitp of
th Bamln jeft arrived from Charles-Town, we are in-,
forned' t one of'the large three decked Ship late y earned i
in there by Capt. Biddle in the Randolph continental Frigate,
m tiiere oy Capt. Palmer m the Privateer
-proves to MPn ft W.P starily of. this Town. . It .j
Nancy, ce ong.ug - . J7 'hpr a Urcre Ship of
few Days at:er w,api. i -" , - i . .
itTy 7 : ' r., r for flfrer which,
feems a fc
fed to be at Manoneoer, V 11 In .reat force, ao Guns trom ja - lftffd them fafe
. vi-tnr r a itc w vunvt . . . i i i u n tuirn ciicm iruii i. '
they, contrary.to expcv,va.i, - - . ,,P Hlfcrstion tr.c Raaaoipa iwi . ,
Mdrpoa themfelves ad. an.a3.0un. . u .s .eft to T; to chirle,;Town. The Nancy has
to attack them or not ; a '.ways 4" "7 azarded on this
is too. valuable to let any confiderabie iofs be hazarded on.
occalion. . - . ' . , "
11 in wiiu iu6 1 . r. .?
tn The Nancy has alfo taken a Guinea-Maa
:, Ivory, and other Valuables, and fent het inT '