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We, the Officers of the Virginia Regiment, are higly sensible of the particular Mark of...
John Robinson esqre—Speaker Dear Sir, [Fort Loudoun] October 25th 1757. I applied to the Governor...
Being much hurried, I shall refer you to Colonel Stephen for Particulars; who brings a melancholy...
You are no stranger I presume to the late resolutions of the Governor & Council; the consequence...
To Jno. Robinson Esqr. Speaker. My dear Sir, Camp at Fort Cumbd 1 Septemr 1758. We are still...
Nothing could have given me, and the Officers under my command, greater satisfaction, than to...
I hope you will not be surprized at my sudden demands for money, nor at the uncommon length of...
It gave me infinite concern to hear by several letters that the Assembly are incensed against the...
We receive fresh proofs every day of the bad direction of our Indian affairs. It is not easy to...
I little expected when I wrote you last that I shoud so soon engage in another Campaigne; but in...