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It is my Orders that you send out Scouting Parties of the Light Horse as often as it can possibly...
I have Ordered Ensign Fleming to Repair to Captain Hoggs Company with eight good men; which I...
To Captain David Bell. of the Virginia Regiment. You are Hereby Ordered to proceed immediately to...
Waggons will be sent down to Conogochiege to bring some provisions to this place. Let the chief...
I received yours of the 15th August; which I had answered before I received yours of the 25th —I...
As the Inhabitants of the place seem much alarmed, and under continued apprehensions of being...
If you find it impossible to procure a sufficient number of canoes to transport the Stores at...
If it happens that I am not in Winchester when you arrive there with your Recruits; You are...
As His Majesty’s Service requires that the Garrison at Fort Cumberland should be Strengthened;...
As the roads at present are so much infested, I do not think it safe to send the things you wrote...
You are to proceed to Fort Dinwiddie, to settle your Recruiting Accompt with Ensign Fleming. You...
12Orders, 15 September 1755 (Washington Papers)
Instructions for the Commanding Officer at Winchester. 1st So soon as you arrive in Town, you are...