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We approve of your selling the corn wherever you find it will be most to the public interest to...
A small Affair has taken Place between the British commanding Officer in this State (Genl....
We have nothing new from England or the camp before Boston. By a private letter this day to a...
The proposition made in your Excellency’s letter of May 14. for deferring the ultimate settlement...
The difficulties, which you proposed to me as to the commission of the peace I will endeavor to...
[ Richmond, 3 Nov. 1780. A letter from the Maryland Council to Col. Moses Rawlings dated 10 Nov....
The receipt of your letter of May 6. remains unacknoleged. I am also told that Colo. Monroe has...
By a letter from Mr. Mazzei dated Nantes Nov. 27. 1779 I am informed that he had not then...
The Clothing to be furnished from the several Counties was by a general regulation to be...
We are much obliged by the attention you pay to the sale of public tobacco put into your hands....
[ Williamsburg ] 26 June 1779 . Appointment of William Fleming , James Steptoe, Edward Lyne, and...
It was our intention that the tools should go with the workmen and hope they have accordingly...
You are not unacquainted with the Desire which Government has long had of erecting some defensive...
The inclosed is a Copy of a Letter which was intended to have awaited you in Virginia. But as...
The board advise the approbation of the proposition from the board of War for building a small...
By the Loss of many of our papers we find ourselves unable to say how stand our orders with you...
As your Militia is now returned or on their return home we have thought it necessary to take off...
The establishment of a Line of riders between Genl. Gregory’s Camp and Suffolk is very necessary....
I received last night from General Washington a letter on your subject in which he has complied...
The inclosed deposition will inform you of the reason we have [to] believe that the inhabitants...
I am much obliged by your Excellency’s favour of Janury. 5th. Joseph Shoemaker is a citizen of...
Certain information being received of the arrival of an enemy’s fleet in the bay, it is thought...
[ 14 Dec. 1780. Epistolary Record: “Th: J. to Gl. Gates. merely friendly & private.” Not located....
In Council July 28 1780 The board are of opinion that the hospital at Wmsbg. be discontinued. Mr....
On receipt of your letter of August 6th during my absence the Council had the irons taken off the...
1661. c.1. Church to be built or [chap]el of ease. c.2. Vestries appointed. c.3. Ministers to be...
[ Richmond, 15 June 1780 . JHD Journal of the House of Delegates of the Commonwealth of Virginia...
On the 18. instant the enemy came from Portsmouth up James river in considerable force, tho’...
Translation (Thomas Jefferson Memorial Foundation). Jefferson’s original letter is probably not...
Bounded by a line of Longitude running from the most Southernly point of Lake Michigan to the...