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Being much hurried, I shall refer you to Colonel Stephen for Particulars; who brings a melancholy...
Nothing could have given me, and the Officers under my command, greater satisfaction, than to...
We receive fresh proofs every day of the bad direction of our Indian affairs. It is not easy to...
I can not inform you better of the strange, and unaccountable dilemma I am reduced to, than by...
A person of a readier pen and having more time than myself, might amuse you with the vicissitudes...
We, the Officers of the Virginia Regiment, are higly sensible of the particular Mark of...
The Bearer, Captain John Mercer, having leave to go down and Settle his accompts with the...
John Robinson esqre—Speaker Dear Sir, [Fort Loudoun] October 25th 1757. I applied to the Governor...
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...
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...
I little expected when I wrote you last that I shoud so soon engage in another Campaigne; but in...
I am just returned from a tedious and troublesome tour around our frontiers which has afforded me...
In my last I omitted to observe one thing touching the defence of our Frontiers by a chain of...
I have had the pleasure of receiving your favours of the 21st & 29th ultimo. I did indeed begin...
I arrived here yesterday and though not a little fatigued, and incessantly hurried by the...
When I wrote you last, I was in high hopes of being by this time at the head a large party...
After a small Halt at Fredericksburgh, to issue out Orders to the Recruiting Officers appointed...
Yesterday I received yours by Mr Kirkpatrick, and am sorry to hear the Reflections upon the...