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When we desired the resigned and supernumerary officers to come into command, we took the...
Mr. Maury, owner of the Brigantine Alert, engaged and fitted as a flag for carrying tobacco to...
One half the Cumberland militia and of those of Amelia were ordered down. Some of the former are...
An Officer from Cumberland having called on me this morning to direct what should be done with...
I have information this morning from Capt. Maxwell on his own view that the enemy landed at...
I inclose you two letters from Colo. Innes just received. We are in very great anxiety for him....
I have the honor of inclosing you a letter from Colo. Innes this moment come to hand. The...
The inclosed letters No. 1. are this moment come to hand. The public stores at this place are...
I was informed by a reputable man this afternoon that he saw about 300 of the enemy land this...
Since Saturday last I have been at Hoods, and done as much as possible. Yesterday morning I...
I take the Liberty of inclosing to you a Letter to Major Genl. Phillips with the Determination of...
I send you herewith a state of the militia required to come into the feild in which is not...
As so much of the subject of Colo. Davies’s letter as relates to the conduct of the Continental...
General Scott having obtained Permission from the Commandant at Charles Town for the shipping of...
The Executive have had it much at heart to prevent as far as possible interruption in raising the...
Since writing my other letter of this date, yours of to day is come to hand. I take the liberty...
No term having been fixed by the Executive for the Service of the Militia, I do not know whence...
I received your favour of the 8th. instant and am sorry to find that this distressing flag is not...
Since writing my letter of this day’s date, yours of yesterday has come to hand. The orders to...
Richmond, 8 Mch. 1781 . This letter is virtually identical with the first part of TJ’s letter to...
The inclosed came to hand this moment. As I make no doubt it communicates what was mentioned in a...
I inclose you extracts from two Letters received from General Weedon. I fear his arrival will be...
I have the pleasure of forwarding you by express the inclosed Dispatches. I send off immediately...
Genl. Lawson writes me word that he can march 1000 men to-day or to-morrow to reinforce Genl....
I have received repeated information that the nakedness of the Militia on service near Wmsburg...
[Whether restitution of the identical property taken from Mrs. Byrd might be permitted seems to...
I received from Mr. Armistead yesterday afternoon a Copy of the receipt for the 117 blankets. He...
I will immediately dispatch the orders you desire to the militia of Chesterfeild and Dinwiddie....
I inclose you a report from Mr. Ross of the Cloathing provided and his prospect of further...
The prisoners in Albemarle were ordered to be removed immediately giving them time only to pack...
The inclosed is an extract of a letter from Genl. Greene to me. As the Gentlemen of the Army whom...
Mr. Loyall from the post at the North west Bridge representing to me that about 400 of the...
I have laid before the Council the proposition for exchanging two of the British souldiers for...
I have this moment received intelligence that Ld. Cornwallis continues his rapid approach and...
I received the inclosed letter last night and took the liberty of informing Colo. Loyauté that I...
I think from every enquiry we shall find it impossible to get hats for the men at Chesterfeild....
I make no doubt from what passed in council in your presence you were led to beleive as I was...
I received last night a letter from Genl. Green referring me for particulars to you. However he...
I am glad my proclamation has offended Arnold: it proves it to be right. The exchange of the...
The inclosed resolutions of Congress of Janry. 8th. and Aprl. 9. 1777 under which Capt. Heth’s...
That the reformation of the troops of the Continent and State now on hand may be complete, I beg...
I have been honored with your letter of yesterday’s date. Your representation of the importance...
Having been informed about a week ago that the troops nearest to the enemy’s lines were much in...
The bearer hereof Colo. Gaines a militia Officer in the County of Amherst being desirous to...
The inclosed Letter contains the first notification the Executive have received of the existence...
General Arnold having left in the hands of Mr. Buchanan of this place twenty Guineas for purposes...
I send you below a List of the Counties which were called on to make a part of the 4000 men for...
Shirts had been ordered for Colo. Armand’s Corps on your former requisition. These I believe are...
A warrant was yesterday made out for Mr. Harrison for two hundred thousand Dollars and I shall...
I inclose you a letter from Genl. Weedon which I suppose will inform you, as he did me, that he...