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I inclose you a resolution of Assembly directing your Conduct as to the navigation of the...
Baron Steuben who commands the military force in this state on the present invasion, being very...
THE invasion of our country by the enemy at the Close of the last Session of Assembly, their...
By his Excellency Thomas Jefferson, esqr; Governor of the Commonwealth of Virginia: A...
[ Richmond ] 19 Jan. 1781. A reissue of the Proclamation of 30 Nov. 1779, q.v., extending the...
The Invasion of this State calling for an immediate and large Supply of Lead, be pleased to send...
Shirts had been ordered for Colo. Armand’s Corps on your former requisition. These I believe are...
A warrant was yesterday made out for Mr. Harrison for two hundred thousand Dollars and I shall...
Having cause to entertain doubts from several Letters transmitted me, whether Mr. Jno. Dodge who...
I think every paper is now ready for you. They shall be delivered to you tomorrow morning if you...
THE invasion of our country by the enemy at the close of the late session of Assembly, their...
Considering the Public liable to pay Storage for the Articles mentioned in your Letter, this of...
I beg leave to inform your Excellency that Mr. Mattw. Anderson ’s time he engaged for is out, and...
I have conferred with Capt. Irish. He thinks it not incompatible, for him to act as State...
[ Richmond ] 20 Jan. 1781. Encloses list of supplies for Capt. Read’s troop which cannot be...
I will send to Mr. Brown the Commissary the Paragraph from your Letter relative to Provisions...
I am advanced this Far with the Militia From augusta (after having been at Fredricksburg four...
I am very sorry we shall not be able to furnish you with a supply of lead until we receive some...
I do myself the pleasure of inclosing you a Brigadier General’s commission. The laws having given...
Several Cannon that were cast at the Foundery have not been bored. Cannon are wanted for the...
By his Excellency Thomas Jefferson esqr. Governor of the Commonwealth of Virginia A Proclamation....
I AM sorry, after so long and laborious a session of Assembly, the publick exigencies should be...
Colo. Southall requires that his house (wanted for Mr. Anderson’s shop) shall be returned to him...
The building the boring mill and the moulding house for the use of the foundery, being a separate...
[ Richmond ] 25 Jan. 1781. Some “eight months men” who work in the laboratory consider themselves...
I gave orders to Mr. Brown to send you a Sufficiency of Flour to fill up any Intervals which...
I am very sorry that your Militia by different Orders from a Succession of Persons should have...
FC (Virginia State Library). I shall now beg leave to answer your Letter of the first inst. which...
As for the outer Clothing for the Soldiers there is no early Prospect but from the 1495 yards of...
As the armoury at the foundery will probably be built on a different plan, from what was...
I shall now beg leave to answer your Letter of the first inst. which inclosed a Paper from Baron...
The Commonwealth of Virginia Dr. to A. Willy for Candells for the use of the Councill Chamber for...
Several matters of Public Importance resting on the Hands of the Executive to be transacted to...
1. How many arms have we in the state fit for service, bayonets &c. Muskets in good repair...
The habitual drunkenness of Colo. Warneck renders him in the opinion of the board unfit to be...
[ Richmond ] 29 Jan. 1781 . Encloses a certificate concerning payment of which the quartermaster...
As it will be necessary that every Proposition relating to the trading Department should in...
I send you below a List of the Counties which were called on to make a part of the 4000 men for...
I inclose you a letter from Colo. Meade, one of Baron Steuben’s aids, by which you will perceive...
I have conferred with Baron Steuben on the subject of forming a magazine of provision for your...
Every tent and all the tentstuff owned by the State were delivered during the last Invasion, 230...
Acquainted as you are with the treasons of Arnold, I need say nothing for your information, or to...
Being certified by Major Genl. Baron Steuban that the Continental rules are, that spirit shall...
If Mr. Peters means to perform military and other duties required by the laws, as would have...
I received your favour containing a proposition for raising a Legion for the defence of the...
What induced the executive at first to remove the Stores from Cumberland up the river to...
I am glad that the Commissioners of the provision law in your neighborhood have agreed to lend...
I flattered myself that by the information I had given your Excellency of the Diversions making...
I suppose there is no hope of our getting hats for the soldiers. We will aid you anywise in our...
I am much obliged by your Excellency’s favour of Janury. 5th. Joseph Shoemaker is a citizen of...