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I inclose your Excellency an intercepted Letter from Major General Leslie to Ld. Cornwallis. It...
By Mr. Foster Webb you will receive in part of the requisition of Congress of 1,953,200 Dollars,...
According to the desire of Congress expressed in their resolutions of the 17th Ult. I shall...
Charlottesville, 28 May 1781 . This letter is virtually identical with the first part of TJ’s...
I have received and shall duly comply with the recommendations of Congress for corresponding with...
[Richmond, 27 Sep. 1780. JCC Journals of the Continental Congress, 1774–1789 , ed. W. C. Ford and...
Richmond, 19 Mch. 1781 . This letter is virtually identical with TJ’s letter to George Washington...
I take the liberty of enclosing your Excellency a copy of a letter I received from Colo. Wood. As...
On the 18. instant the enemy came from Portsmouth up James river in considerable force, tho’...
According to Genl. Gates’s request I transmit to your Excellency the inclosed copy of a letter I...
Richmond, 26 Oct. 1780. This letter is almost identical with TJ’s letter to Thomas Sim Lee of...
I do myself the pleasure of congratulating your Excellency on the small dawn of good fortune...
Your Letter inclosing the resolutions of congress relating to the capture of the Portuguese Snow...
I inclose you the within copies of letters transmitted me by Genl. Gates, according to his desire...
Richmond, 10 Jan. 1781. This letter is almost identical with TJ’s letter to George Washington of...
I was honoured yesterday with your Excellency’s Favour inclosing the Resolutions of Congress of...
The vessel which had been sent by General Leslie to Charles town as we supposed, returned about...
The inclosed Instructions given by me to Capt. Lockhart for conducting on the Prisoners taken at...
I do myself the honor of transmitting to your Excellency a resolution of the General assembly of...
As the dangers which threaten our Western frontiers the ensuing spring render it necessary that...
The appointment of Commissioner to the War Office of this State having lately become vacant, the...
I received some time ago from Major Forsythe, and afterwards from you a requisition to furnish...
At the desire of Majr. Genl. Gates I do myself the honour of transmitting you the inclosed papers...
Your Excellencys letter inclosing that of Mr. Scott to President Reed, and the President’s to the...
Hearing that our arms from Rhode island are arrived at Philadelphia, I have begged the favor of...
We have information from our Delegates in congress that the detention of some continental arms by...
[ Richmond, 10 Oct. 1780. JCC Journals of the Continental Congress, 1774–1789 , ed. W. C. Ford...
The inclosed letter will inform you of the arrival of a British fleet in Chesapeake Bay. The...
The inclosed Letters which came to hand this morning will inform your Excellency that a Fleet of...
Richmond, 8 Mch. 1781 . This letter is virtually identical with the first part of TJ’s letter to...
I take the liberty of troubling your Excellency for some blank letters of marque for use in this...
I gave you information in my last letter that Genl. Greene had cross’d the Dan at Boid’s ferry,...
At the desire of Majr. General Gates I transmit you the inclosed papers which he put under cover...
I received your Excellency’s letter inclosing a resolution of Congress of the 5th. inst. for the...
Since I had the honour of writing to your Excellency on the 25th ult, the enemy have withdrawn...
I do myself the pleasure of handing on the dispatches from General Gates accompanying this. Since...
Since the dispatches forwarded three days ago I have received others from Genl. Gates which he...
Colo. Bland being about to retire from his Command at the Barracks in Albemarle, and desirous to...
I had the honor of receiving your requisition for 1,900,000 Dollars and of laying the same before...
Some time in June I received from Mr. Jay a letter desiring I would have evidence collected on...
I have the honor of forwarding to your Excellency sundry dispatches received from Majr. General...
I forward to your Excellency, under cover with this, copies of letters recieved from Major...
On receipt of the resolutions of Congress of June 19, for procuring Horses to remount Whites and...
The Letters and papers accompanying this will inform your Excellency of the arrival of a British...
I have just received intelligence which though from a private hand , I beleive is to be relied...
A large packet directed to the President of Congress with other dispatches for the Chevalier de...
By a Letter from General Greene dated Guilford C. House Feby. 10. we are informed that Ld....
The want of intelligence of the Southern movements of the enemy, and the anxieties we have felt...
We have information from our Delegates in congress that the detention of some continental arms by...
It is not in my power to add any circumstance of consequence to those communicated to you by...