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I have had the pleasure of receiving your two favors both of the 22d instant. We were reinforced...
Your letter of the 22d Ulto by Post did not reach my hands (being in Frederick County) till a few...
I received yours, dispatched last night by Express, about two o’clock this morning. There is...
You are hereby ordered to proceed immediately to Edwards’s Fort, to relieve Ensign Hubbard: and...
[“Extract from a Memorial presented to the States General in 1775 by a Committee of the Merchants...
Your favour of the 7th from Philadelphia I had the pleasure to receive this Evening. It gave the...
Your favour of the 9th I was honourd with the 11th—39 Waggons are loaded with Stores according to...
Sir John St Clair. Sir. Ft L[oudou]n the 18th April, 1758. Your letter of the 13th, addressed to...
I have receivd your favours of the 18th & 20th Instt, and beg leave to refer you to Captn...
The Inclosd came to my hand about five days ago by Express from Fredericksburg, but as it was...
To Sir Jno. St clair—Baronet [Fort Loudoun 14 June 1758 ] Dear Sir I found upon my return to this...
Your favour from York of the 7th Instant I had the pleasure of receiving last Night. The Raven...
The Post calling suddenly upon me, only allows time to acknowledge the receipt of your obliging...
I was last night favourd with yours of the 22d, and have Inclosd your Orders for Marching to the...
I have now had an oppertunity of Examining Ucahula, an Indian Warrior that brought in the Scalps...
I came to this place on Sunday last and intended to proceed immediately up, but receiving your’s,...
To Lieutt Colo. Stephen of the Virga Regimt—Rays Town Sir Camp at Fort Cumberland 16th July 1758....
You are to remain with the Garrison at this place, ’till the maryland troops shall relieve you:...
I receivd your two Letter’s last Night by Jenkins, and was greatly surpris’d to hear that Comy...
I am very much surprized to hear that the Officers with the Detachments from Fort Cumberland, are...
Letter not found: to Adam Stephen, 4 Aug. 1756. On 5 Aug. 1756 GW wrote to Stephen: “Yesterday I...
Your Letters, by Jenkins, were sometime coming to hand; as I suppose mine will be in getting to...
I arrived here last night, and observe your several letters concerning your present situation;...
You are hereby Ordered to remain at this place with the Recruits which may arrive here from...
Captn John Mercer only returnd last night from Williamsburg and brings no satisfactory answers to...
If you find that a good road by Ross’s Mill can be so easily cut; the sooner it is set about the...
You are Ordered to proceed from this to Fort Cumberland: and to be accompanied by all the...
The Coppy of The Officers (of the Virginia Regimt) Letter. To Lieut. Collo. Adam Stephen Commandr...
Letter not found: to Adam Stephen, 12 May 1756. On 19 May 1756 Stephen wrote to GW : “I reced...
When I wrote to you last, I expected to have been at Fort Cumberland ere this; but the...