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Be pleased to issue to Mr. John Walker a Warrant for three thousand pounds upon Account. By...
Be pleased to issue to Mr. John Brown [Browne] Six Warrants for three hundred thousand pounds...
The exchang[e] between Continental and hard money at Kaskaskias at the Date of the within having...
Be pleased to issue to Colo. George Matthews, a Warrant for three thousand pounds upon account of...
The board would recommend to the Auditors whenever accounts of the deficiencies of bounty, and...
The second of the same tenor and date of the within not being paid, be pleased to issue to David...
Be pleased to issue to Mr. George Harmer a Warrant for ten thousand pounds on Account of his...
Lancaster, 7 Apr. 1781 . If the bearer, Mr. Job Carter, applies for an order on the treasurer for...
Hampshire County, 20 Apr. 1781 . Garret Van Meter, Abel Randall, James Murphy, and George Beall,...
The arrival of a powerful British fleet in Chesapeake Bay renders me extremely apprehensive that...
The distress of the post at the Barracks in Albemarle, for want of animal food being very great,...
I now inclose you a state of the tickets received by Mr. Wayles and to whom sold. It is taken...
The arms you mention being Continental, they are subject to the orders of Baron Steuben. I have...
My former Order required only half of your Militia to be embodied. The rapid Approach of the...
We think it certain that Overby and Wells may be tried by a Court Martial at Camp, but doubtful...
Mr. Dodson receives his balance of £4413.4.11. He also receives for you £6060, but this the board...
I inclose you a letter from Colo. Meade, one of Baron Steuben’s aids, by which you will perceive...
For the future protection of the Stores and Country on James River it has been thought necessary...
Your letter was put into my hands on the evening of the day before yesterday by a young Gentleman...
I am very sorry that the papers I had taken the liberty to trouble you with have been so...
I have been honoured with your letter of Feb. 5. Mr. Jones did put into my hands a paper...
I now do myself the honour of inclosing you answers to the quaeries which Mr. Jones put into my...
We are of opinion that such of the Militia in the South as had enlisted in the regular Service,...
You will be so good as to furnish to the American Officer appointed to conduct the British flag...
The inclosed deposition will inform you of the reason we have [to] believe that the inhabitants...
As large quantities of provision are of necessity drawn from the western part of this state for...
Not having heard from Captn. Maxwell for a considerable Time we are become apprehensive he may...
Your favor of the 12th. instant has come to hand. Mr. Brown [John Browne] has orders on the...
Virginia to wit I hereby certify that Archibald Blair is Clerk to the Council of State & that due...
I received yesterday your letter inclosing that of Colo. Dubuysson . It gives us great pain that...