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Captain Stewart was very sure of succeeding in his Wish, as I shall always have pleasure in gratifying you, in any thing I dare say you will ever ask of me, and in obliging the Gentlemen of the Army. As for the other Affair we will talk of it when we meet I shall have no Objection. Mrs Fauquier and my Son are well and join in their Complits. We all wish you and Mrs Washington as well as you...
Letter not found: from Francis Fauquier, 3 Dec. 1758. On 9 Dec. GW wrote to Fauquier : “I was honored with your obliging favour of the 3d instant.”
Jenkins brought me yours of the 30th Octr and 5th instant. I hope this will find you full of Joy, and all Difficulties removed that those represented you to be involved in. I hope Captn Turner who left this Place on Tuesday the 14th, with the provision the assembly made for impowering me to keep the Regiments a Month longer abroad, and £5000 for Pay of the Forces has reach’d the Army some Days...
By an Act of the last Assembly The Regiment under your Command was remanded back to Virginia to protect the Frontiers, and in that Case they were provided for; but if they were not permitted to return by the first of December Their pay from this Colony was to stop from that Day. Some other saving schemes were obliged to be complyed with, for fear the whole should be given up. By a Letter I...
Letter not found: from Francis Fauquier, 7 Oct. 1758. On 30 Oct. GW wrote to Fauquier : “I have been honored with your second favour of the 7th instant.” The missing letter of 7 Oct. was probably the one that Fauquier wrote first. See GW to Fauquier, 30 Oct. 1758, n.1 .
I recd your Dispatches containing the disagr⟨ee⟩able Accts of the Check we received before Fort du Quesn⟨e⟩ forwarded by Lieutt Smith from Fort Loudoun on 2d instant, and laid them immediately before the Hous⟨e⟩ who are still debating, one Day resolving on one Sch⟨eme⟩ the next, on another in Relation to Military affairs [so] that nothing is yet determined upon. Our Loss is great if we...
I am obliged to you for the particular Acct you have sent me of the State of our Affairs wch I received by Jenkins on the 9th with Mr Gists Letter (by wch it appears he is not very sollicitous to make such a Return) and a Copy of your Correspondence wth Coll Bouquet: all wch tend to corroberate the Opinion we had before entertain’d of your Zeal for the Service of this Colony. I have not...
Letter not found: from Francis Fauquier, 17 Aug. 1758. On 2 Sept. GW wrote to Fauquier : “Your favour of the 17th Ulto I had the honor to receive the 30th following.”
I received your Favour of the 10th on the 18th with an inclosed Acct of the Stores left at Winchester, and of the Tools deliver’d for the use of the 2d Regiment: but had no Acct from Mr Smith of the Arms, nor from Mr Ramsay of the Provisions issued for the Subsistance of the Men since Sr John St Clair’s Arrival at Winchester, when I apprehended our Men were to be provided for out of the Stores...
Your Congratulations and kind wishes expressed in your Letter of the 17th wch I received yesterday with one of the 19th, do me the greater Honour, as you profess yourself a Gentleman not addicted to Compliments. I have received from Mr President Blair and all the Gentlemen of the Council, all the Information I could wish for; but still as I cannot be master of the State of Affairs, I must...