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I have taken the liberty of enclosing you copies of sundry letters relative to the designs of the Enemy, in and about Detroit. A great number of men must be discharged in the course of a few weeks, which will leave us weak on this frontier, and as no reinforcement of regulars can reasonably be expected for this district and the calling out some of the Militia from the States of Virginia and...
Fort Pitt, 17 Jan. 1781. Acknowledges receipt of letter of 12 Oct. 1780. Has information from Detroit that the Indians are in council there and expects “they are meditating with the British to attack these frontier posts, as soon as the season will permit.” The orders to James Francis Moore to purchase rations “on this side the Mountain” will distress the troops there “and probably greatly...
The Troops under my command having suffered for want of provisions I applied to the hon’ble. Board of war at Philad’a, for information respecting supplies. They have instructed me to apply to the Commissioners of Virg’a and Pen’a, on this side the mountains who they alledge have received orders to make ample provision. I have heard of one County Commissioner appointed for Pen’a, but I cannot...