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361Orders, 14 January 1756 (Washington Papers)
All the Recruits in Town are to be completed to six days provision; and are to-morrow to march to...
362After Orders, 14 January 1756 (Washington Papers)
After Orders The Soldiers in town are not to march until further Orders—They are to remain here...
When I was down the Committee among other things resolved that the Maryland and Carolina...
The first of march I appointed for the general Rendezvous; as I conceived a plan of operations...
You are really appointed to Captain Hoggs Company as Captain Peachy told you; and I am sorry to...
366Memorandum, 30 January 1756 (Washington Papers)
Ensign James Roy appointed to Captain John Mercers Company: and a copy of the above Letter sent...
If you find that a good road by Ross’s Mill can be so easily cut; the sooner it is set about the...
As the contention about the command is risen to the disagreeable height it now is; and would...
369Memorandum, 2–3 February 1756 (Washington Papers)
John Sellers, Enlisted by Ensign Deane, was this day discharged; as not being legally Enlisted....
You are Hereby ordered to proceed with the utmost dispatch to Winchester; there to take upon you...
You are to take under your command all the men now quartered in this town; and proceed with the...
I can but return my very hearty thanks for your kind condescension in suffering me to wait upon...
You are to remain at this place until my return; unless you receive orders to the contrary from...
Letter not found: to Adam Stephen, 25 Mar. 1756. On 19 May 1756 Stephen wrote to GW : “I am sorry...
Letter not found: to William Shirley, 4 April 1756. On 16 May 1756 Shirley wrote to Horatio...
376Orders, 7 April 1756 (Washington Papers)
Colonel Washington orders a Return to be given in immediately of the number of Recruits in Town;...
You are Hereby ordered to proceed with the party under your command, with the utmost expedition...
I arrived here yesterday and think it advisable to dispatch an Express (notwithstanding I hear...
I arrived here yesterday and though not a little fatigued, and incessantly hurried by the...
I am very much surprized to hear that the Officers with the Detachments from Fort Cumberland, are...
381Orders, 8 April 1756 (Washington Papers)
The Officers now in Town, to give in a Return immediately of the Recruits they brought to...
To Captain David Bell. of the Virginia Regiment. You are Hereby Ordered to proceed immediately to...
383Orders, 9 April 1756 (Washington Papers)
A Regimental Court Martial to sit immediately to enquire whether John Hogan, and William Bond,...
I had scarce reachd Williamsburg, before an express was after me with news of the French &...
385Orders, 10 April 1756 (Washington Papers)
The Sentence of the Court-Martial, whereof Captain Peachy was President, is approved: and Richard...
As the Inhabitants of the place seem much alarmed, and under continued apprehensions of being...
387Orders, 11–12 April 1756 (Washington Papers)
The Officers are to examine the arms, ammunition, &c. of the men, immediately. They are to have...
If you find it impossible to procure a sufficient number of canoes to transport the Stores at...
If this overtakes you on cape-capon, or any of its waters, you are immediately to return to...
It is my Orders that you send out Scouting Parties of the Light Horse as often as it can possibly...