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I was favoured with your Epistle wrote on a certain 25th of July when you ought to have been at...
If this Letter reaches you in time, it will serve to ask if you have any commands to...
The interruption of the Post for several Weeks, prevented our receiving the melancholy account of...
By a craft sent round by Captn Boyes we had the pleasure to hear you were all well, but suffering...
As I wrote to you by the last Post, and nothing New has happend since, this Letter only serves to...
Mount Vernon 16 January 1775 . The description of this letter in the dealer’s catalog reads:...
As we have come to a Resolution to set of (if nothing unforeseen happens to prevent it) for the...
Abel set of on Friday last to return, but his Horse fell lame and he came back before he reachd...
I find there will go some matters from this country, which will make my attendance at the...
Your favour of the 5th came to my hands in course of Post, last Thursday, and fill’d us with no...
Letter not found: to Burwell Bassett, 15 Dec. 1771. On 21 Dec. Bassett wrote to GW : “Your favour...
So good an oppertunity as Turner Crump on a visit to his Father (affords) I coud not omit of...
It is an easier matter to conceive, than to describe, the distress of this Family; especially...
To Mr T. Basset—Engineer. Sir Fort L[oudou]n May 4th 1758. Your letter of the 27th ultimo came to...
You are to use your utmost endeavours with the men under your command, to gather in all the...
Letter not found: to John Baylor, 10 June 1757. On 20 June 1757 Baylor wrote to GW : “Yrs of the...
Yours of the 19th instant came to hand about noon this day—As there now remain but a few Indians...
I have Governor Dinwiddie’s orders to remove the Cannon &c. from Rock-creek to Winchester: In...
Your favour of the 25th ultimo was delivered me to-day —If you had been more explicit in relating...
I have Ordered Ensign Fleming to Repair to Captain Hoggs Company with eight good men; which I...
To Captain David Bell. of the Virginia Regiment. You are Hereby Ordered to proceed immediately to...
Waggons will be sent down to Conogochiege to bring some provisions to this place. Let the chief...
53Orders, 15 September 1755 (Washington Papers)
Instructions for the Commanding Officer at Winchester. 1st So soon as you arrive in Town, you are...
I received yours of the 15th August; which I had answered before I received yours of the 25th —I...
As the Inhabitants of the place seem much alarmed, and under continued apprehensions of being...
If you find it impossible to procure a sufficient number of canoes to transport the Stores at...
It is my Orders that you send out Scouting Parties of the Light Horse as often as it can possibly...
If it happens that I am not in Winchester when you arrive there with your Recruits; You are...
As His Majesty’s Service requires that the Garrison at Fort Cumberland should be Strengthened;...
As the roads at present are so much infested, I do not think it safe to send the things you wrote...