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Mr Long the Waggon Mr of Maryland arrived here last night with 18 Waggons, which are to be loaded this day and shall set off for fort Cumberland with about 50 Waggons empty, these with Mr Longs 18 are to return to this place loaded as follows, which I beg you will give directions about. Waggons 350 Boxes Muskett Ball 14 in a Waggon 25 200 Eight Inch Shells 30 in a Waggon 7 700 Royal Shells 100...
I am extremely sorry that a great Quantity of Powder Horns for the second Virginia Regiment were sent up from this place before my Arrival, so there will be no possibility of getting them for you untill you arrive at Fort Cumberland, you must do the best that you can without them. I hope you have received the Kettles & Canteens from the mouth of Conegogie, I have received the three hundred...
Yesterday at Noon I was favour’d with your Letter of the 14th with several others enclosed in it. I hope by the time you receive this that you have got the better of all your difficultys, but after all that has been done if any thing is wanting let me know it and I shall bring it with me to fort Cumberland. I must beg you will send me to this place 8 or 10 of Capt. Stewarts light Horse with an...
Orders, for Colonel Washington commanding the Troops of the Colony of Virginia. As you will receive near 700 arms for the 2d Virginia Regiment from Williamsburg, you are to take into your Store at Winchester the Maryland Arms which were deliverd to the 2d Regiment, these Arms are to be deliverd to Govr Sharpe on his Order. The same proportion of Tools that the 1st Company of Artificers had, to...
Orders for Colo. Washington Comg the Troops of the Collony & Dominion of Virginia. I am directed by the Commander in Chief of the Forces in the Southern district of North America to acquaint you that it is his orders that you call the whole Regt that is under your Command to Winchester excepting the Two Companys on the So. Branch of Pattomack & if the Militia should come up to releive those...
Yesterday afternoon the Post gave me your Letter of the 11th which I transmitted to Brigdr Forbes. I expect Govr Sharpe at this place every moment, and if I was at Winchester I cou’d do but little untill he & Mr Blair arrived. I shall be with you at furthest on tuesday morning which makes me not enter upon particulars as I am to see you so soon. I am with great Sincerity Dear Sir Your most...
Two days ago I received your Letter of the 1st which I transmitted yesterday morning by Express to Genl Forbes, this morning the post gave me your other Letter of the 4th which I shall send likewise to the Genl. You’ll see by Major Halketts letter that the Genl was greatly allarmed wt. a Report which prevalied of some Cherokees having left Winchester I am glad not to find it mentioned in any...
I received your agreeable Letter of the 12th by the return of the Express I sent to Winchester, it was very acceptable News to General Forbes, Major Halkett and my self to hear you was so well as to be able to make the Campaign with us. This Letter goes by one Riker, I have not time to write to you so fully as I woud choose, but Mr Rutherford is here I shall write to you more fully he sets out...
Letter not found: from John St. Clair, 7 April 1758. On 12 April 1758 GW wrote to St. Clair : “Your favour of the 7th from Philadelphia I had the pleasure to receive this Evening.”