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As you seem to join me in opinion that an Inspection in the Upper Country would be of publick...
Since I had the pleasure of seeing you have mentioned to several of my acquaintances the...
Wanted in a few days a Complete Estimate of all the Cloathing and Military Stores which are to be...
By Borrowing and purchasing I have procured a sufficient quantity of Canvass for the 100 tents...
I Have the honor of receiving your favour of the 8th. instant, and am greatly relieved to see so...
I am just now honour’d with your favour of this date . This morning I despatch’d a Waggon with a...
I Have just now the offer of about 400 pr. Soldiers Stockings. Altho I understand that Overalls...
As there are no Vessels at present belonging to the Public ready for Sea and fit for carrying on...
The indisposition of the Gentleman I first intended to employ to the Northward has retarded that...
I find it will be some time yet before Colo. Davies will have the several Estimates ready and it...
Richmond [ 7 ] Apr. 1781 . Acknowledges a letter of this date “with Genl. Spotswood’s letter...
Richmond, 15 Apr. 1781 . The bearer, George Nicolson, “is engaged to go the Northward to try and...
I Have just now the Pleasure of receiving your letter of yesterdays date. I am happy in having it...
I Did my self the pleasure of writing to you yesterday by Colo. Davies advising you of the...
Inclosed I send you letter which I have just now received from Philadelphia by a Vessell that was...
I am just now favoured with your Letter of the 21st . I expected the waggons would have come to...
I have just now received the inclosed letter from Mr. James Maury which I send for your perusal....
I Have just now time to advise you that my agent in Philadelphia on the 9th. instant forwarded...
I am lately returned from the back Country where I have been for a considerable time in a bad...
I Wrote to you a few days before I left Virginia which I hope you’ve received. I am this far on...
His Excellency Governour Henry, having been pleased to communicate to us, an extract from your...
I Expect this letter will be delivered to You by Capt. Lewis Littlepage who has been here for...
I had the honor of receiving your letters dated 24th. Ulto—I delayd answering for a short time in...
I received last evening your polite and friendly letter of the 1 st instant —covering your order...