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