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Manchester, 10 Jan. 1781. Arrived at this place the previous evening; the men “had a very disagreeable night, seven of them taken sick”; will proceed as soon “as they get comfortably dried and get their breakfast”; requests supplies. “The Governor lodged on this side last [night], whom I have seen. He informs me the enemy were yesterday morning lying still at and about Colo. Harrissons mills:...
I left the enemies lines at West Ham yesterday evening a little before sun set, their proceedings there you no doubt are well acquainted with. There will be a very considerable body of Malitia will be collected between this and Westham in the course of the day. It appears to be [the] wish of all parties that Colo. Nicholas and myself shall take command of them as field officers, and as I am...
Manchester Town Ferry, 8 Jan. 1781. In accordance with TJ’s order “of this morning,” a wagon load of ammunition has been sent “from this place”; another, from the other side of the river, ordered for Gen. Steuben, will be forwarded by Col. Davies. RC ( Vi ); 2 p. Addressed: “His Excellency The Governor Richmond.” Endorsed. TJ’s orders to Fleming have not been located. There is also in Vi a...
I am now, with the Troops under my command, at this place by Order of Genl. Nelson. I have to inform your Excellency, that there is not a fourth part of the Regiment supplied with Amunition, and as I am Ordered by the General to join the Baron, and begin my March early tomorrow, unless Amunition is sent on, or ordered to follow me I shall find myself in rather an awkward situation. Your...