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    • Washington, George
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    • Bronaugh, William
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The Draft on the other side, shews the Interest that four of us have in the Patent that was granted to you and others, for 7894 Acres of Land on the Great Kanhawa: But as Colo. Muse & I, had another Patent adjoining this, granted to us, and as it was more convenient to us both, to have our Lands in a body, than in detach’d pieces we agreed upon an Excha.—so that the 2000 acres I am to have of...
You are hereby ordered to proceed immediately to Winchester, with the money entrusted to your care, which is to be delivered to Mr Boyd, Paymaster; taking his Receipt for the same. If it should happen that Mr Boyd is returned to Fort Cumberland, you are to follow him to that place. After delivering this money, you are to employ your time diligently until the 25th of December, in recruiting; at...
You are strictly required, immediately upon receipt of this, to transport your provisions and Stores to Capt. Waggeners Fort, and there leave them: Then march your Company to Pearsals, in order to escort a quantity of Flour to Fort Cumberland; where you & your whole Company are to remain, to strengthen that Garrison. I expect you will pay due regard to this Order, and put it in execution with...