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Lord Cornwallis from Carolina and a Reinforcement of 2000 Men from New York having joined the...
THE invasion of our country by the enemy at the Close of the last Session of Assembly, their...
THE act of October 1780, For recruiting this state’s quota of troops to serve in the continental...
I am to desire you to send of your Militia under proper officers with such good Arms as they...
Be pleased to order to on receipt of this of the militia of your County to remain on duty only...
You will be pleased to send effective men of your militia immediately to Williamsburg under...
Not knowing where the very rapid march of Ld. Cornwallis may terminate, I think it necessary to...
The Board approve of your having complied with the Call for militia on the Invasion of our...
The late misfortune to the southward renders it necessary that we send a reinforcement of militia...
The Enemy having last Night past far up James River and seeming to point immediately to this...
As your Militia is now returned or on their return home we have thought it necessary to take off...
A powerful army forming by our enemies in the south and an extensive combination of savages in...
A powerful army &c. [as in letter to county lieutenants Hampshire and Berkeley to ‘proper...
I have with exceeding distress of mind received information that the service to which the Militia...
Should the Marquis Fayette give you Notice at any Time that there is Reason to apprehend the...
I am to ask the favor of you to give notice to the Officers recommended by you for the Western...
It being absolutely necessary to send an immediate Reinforcement of Militia to General...
It having become essentially necessary to raise immediately a large body of Cavalry and having no...
I INCLOSE you by express, three acts of the last session of Assembly for ascertaining the number...
On further Consideration of the paragraph in my Letter of January 19th requiring the public Arms...
The bearer hereof Colo. Senf being sent by Majr. Genl. Marquis Fayette to have the bridges and...
The British [&c. to the words ‘with these Arms in their hands’]1 to Richmond where they will...
I have just received intelligence from Genl. Greene that Lord Cornwallis, maddened by his losses...
The Enemy having again thought proper to invade our Country and being now on their Way up James...
You are desired immediately to embody so many of your Militia as you can arm from your County and...
You will be pleased immediately on receipt of this, to order one fourth of your Militia to be...
It being our Duty to see that such Proportion of Militia be called from your County either to the...
I have heard with much concern of the many Murders committed by the Indians in the Counties of...
It being necessary that a reinforcement be sent immediately to General Muhlenburg you will be...
HAVING received an application from the Commanding Officer to strengthen our army below, and...