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11Evening Orders, 3 May 1756 (Washington Papers)
Evening Orders. The General Court Martial, whereof Captain Stewart was President, is dissolved....
You are Hereby ordered to repair to Maidstone, the place where your Troop is Quartered; and...
I received your two Letters of the 23d and 26th ultimo. I have sent down an indian scalp which...
May 4th The Partys Marchd Captn Hamilton was ordd to consult Pearsal & the Kirkendal for the...
15Orders, 4 May 1756 (Washington Papers)
As Colonel Washington has received certain advice of the Militia of some of the adjacent...
You are with your party under command, to proceed up the new-road to Fort Cumberland, as far as...
You are hereby ordered to join with the Volunteers and Militia under your command; the Detachment...
You are hereby ordered to repair with the Detachment under your command, to Job Pearsals and John...
You are hereby ordered to proceed with the Detachment under your command, as far as Colonel Henry...
20After Orders, 4 May 1756 (Washington Papers)
After Orders. The first Subaltern for Duty, to get ready immediately to go to Cunningham-Fort,...
You are hereby ordered to proceed to Cunningham-Fort, and there to use your utmost endeavours to...
You are to acquaint Captain Woodward, that it is my Orders that he Escort the provision-waggons...
23Orders, 5 May 1756 (Washington Papers)
A Court Martial to sit immediately for trial of John Grant, Drummer; Sergeants Richardson,...
I was not a little surprized to hear of the misbehaviour of your party last night at Jesse Pugh’s...
May 6th: the Prince William Detachment consistg of ⟨8⟩ Officers and 121 private Men arriv’d here...
26Orders, 6 May 1756 (Washington Papers)
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May 7th Lieutenant Colo. Peyton came to Town —and Captn Joseph Murdock with 2 Officers and 20 Men...
28Orders, 7 May 1756 (Washington Papers)
Three or four men that understand making cartridges, and are careful, to be put to that Duty...
You are hereby ordered to proceed immediately to Edwards’s Fort, to relieve Ensign Hubbard: and...
May 8th The County Lieutt of Prince Wm Colo. Henry Lee arriv’d. this day we began to experience...
31Orders, 8 May 1756 (Washington Papers)
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I received yours by the Bearer —As neither Captain Bell nor Captain Gist, can make out regular...
May 9th Captns Dalton Russel with the Volunteers & Militia set out on their return homewards. so...
34Orders, 9 May 1756 (Washington Papers)
As there are some Indians coming up to this place; and the ill consequence of giving them Liquor...
May 10th He came into Town & infd me that beside himself there were Officers whereof were Field...
36Orders, 10 May 1756 (Washington Papers)
A Regimental Court Martial to sit immediately, for Trial of George Forman, and John Collins. One...
I have received yours this morning; and wonder you were not more explicit in the reasons you have...
38After Orders, 10 May 1756 (Washington Papers)
After Orders. The party ordered to Conogochieg, is to be of the men enlisted by Captain Bell,...
You are hereby ordered to proceed to Conogochieg with the party under your command; which being...
May 11th—Colo. Spotswood from Spotsylvania with 3 Field Officers 5 Captns 10 Subalterns and 130...