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As we understand that the post at the barracks in Albemarle is distress’d for meal, we hereby...
You were here when our council was broke up by the departure of Colo. Fleming since which we have...
The Chevalier de Ville Brun was so kind as to communicate to me yesterday your Excy.’s letter to...
Colo. Davies has written to me for some tent-poles , but has not mentioned the number. I suppose...
I am sorry to find that the Indians have begun their Hostilities so early: however I hope General...
I have this moment received intelligence that Ld. Cornwallis continues his rapid approach and...
To want of intelligence may be ascribed a great part, if not the whole of the Enemy’s late...
I have the pleasure of receiving in your letter of the 20th. Genl. Washington’s of Dec. 8th. What...
The inclosed letters will sufficiently explain to you their object: I shall be much obliged to...
Not knowing where the very rapid march of Ld. Cornwallis may terminate, I think it necessary to...
A powerful army &c. [same as the letter to County Lieutenants of Hampshire and Berkeley. To the...
One hundred and ninety Dollars are allowed for the within Services (Monsr. Francois Bosserons) in...
I have been just honored with your favor of Yesterday expressing your Opinion that it will be for...
I have received advice from Colo. Preston of a dangerous insurrection on new river . He thinks...
Colo. Finnie being about to send some provision vessels to the head of Elk, I have desired him to...
Your letter on the general subject of the deficiencies in the Virginian quota of troops came to...
Richmond, 21 Mch. 1781 . This letter is virtually identical with TJ’s letter to Samuel...
FC (Virginia State Library). Written by a clerk. I beg leave to ask your Sollicitations with...
The Board approve of your having complied with the Call for militia on the Invasion of our...
Before you receive this a circular letter will I expect have come to your hands from me...
Baron Steuben being very desirous to have as large [a] collection of Boats made as possible and...
I am pleased to hear that two Companies of Volunteers have gone from your County to the aid of...
The late misfortune to the southward renders it necessary that we send a reinforcement of militia...
I am sorry that the inattention of the Continental Officer Colo. Finnie and Major Forsythe to...
The Enemy having last Night past far up James River and seeming to point immediately to this...
I wrote to Patty on my arrival here, and there being then nothing new in the political way I...
I beg leave to refer to the consideration of the General assembly the inclosed letters from the...
It is the opinion of the board that Mr. Anderson continue to discharge the Duties of Keeper of...
On my arrival at home I turned my attention to the transaction between us for wine, which was the...
I have been honoured with your Excellency’s letter proposing the actual extension of our mutual...