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I had got as far as this Place in my way to the Upper Tract; And Imediatly upon Rect of your Letters, I held a Counsel of War, The Resolve of which you have Inclosed, together with a Return of each Compy on the Branch, Capt. Feild with 30 of his Men are willing to Remain at the Upper Fort till Decr, so I Cant Station the Men at the Difft Forts, untill I know, whether his Staying will be...
I Received Yours of the 12th Instant, And am glade to find you so far Approve of our Proceeding. Lieutn. Lomax with 20 Men are gone to the Upper Tract—Capt. Feild & 30 of his Compy Remains at the Upper Fort. and are very willing to Remain to the first of Decer, those that have Returnd left their Arms with me, as Winchester was far out of their way, in going home—Capn Spotswood I have orderd...
3Court-Martial, 19 June 1757 (Washington Papers)
At a Regimental Court martial held at Fort Loudoun June the 19th 1757 Capt. Thos Waggener Presidt Lieut. Steenbergen M e m b e r s Lieut. Campbell Ensn Crawford Ensn Thompson Prisoners Wm Coffland Corpl of Capt. Lewis’s Company confin’d by Quarter Master Hamilton for laying out of Camp & disturbing the Inhabitants at an unreasonable Hour. Mary Hinch an Evidence against the Prisoner informs the...
We understand that Mr Atkins has either complain’d or intends to complain to you that we had the Insolence to desire one of the Cherokee Warriours with the french Prisoner to come & drink a Glass of Wine with us, if it is so, we shou’d be very much oblig’d to you if you wou’d inform that Gentleman that as our Officers & Men risk’d their Lives in taking of the Prisoner, we are entitled to speak...
I should have comply’d with your orders in Sending an officer or two Recruiting, but it’s Imposible to do It without leaveing some of the Forts without an officer, There’s Not two at any place but this & Capt. McKenzies. I recd a Letter From Mr Boyd who inform’d me, it was yr orders for an officer From Each company to come Down for the pay, which accordingly I have sent. Capt. McKenzie...
In obedience to your orders by the Express, I have sent Ensn Woodford to Releive Mr Steenbergen, with Orders for him Immediately to repair to Winchester, I need not Acquaint you of the want of officers on the Branch, & must beg If Capt. McKenzie’s Illness prevents his comeing up, you will Send an officer if Posible. I recd a Letter Yesterday from Quarter Master Kennedy informing of some Cuntry...
the linnen mr woodford brought up was devided between the two Companys for the mens Spatterdashes (I have had mine made up which onley made forty pair) I thought it my duty to acquaint you of it: as mr woodford Told me it was to Compleate both the Companys on the Branch. We have had no news of the Enemy since my last. I Receivd a letter from mr woodford where he in formd me that he Luckley...