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181Memorandum, 17 September 1755 (Washington Papers)
From thence I continued to Fort Cumberland, and took upon me the Command of the Troops there;...
182Orders, 17 September 1755 (Washington Papers)
Ensign Forgie for the Day. Parole Success. Fort Cumberland: September 17, 1755. George Washington...
183Memorandum, 17 September 1755 (Washington Papers)
 Lieutt Colo.—Adam Stephen Andrew Lewis—Major Captains Lieutenants Ensigns 1st Peter Hogg 2 Jno....
184Orders, 18 September 1755 (Washington Papers)
Ensign Buckner, Officer for the Day. Parole Diligence. Fort-Cumberland: September 18th 1755....
185After Orders, 18 September 1755 (Washington Papers)
After orders. The commanding Officers of Companies, are this Evening to Recommend such Men of...
Whereas the Service Requires a number of Men to be Raised, with all convenient Dispatch—You are...
You are, until further Orders, appointed to act as Lieutenant in Captain Joshua Lewis’s Company,...
188Memorandum, 18 September 1755 (Washington Papers)
Ensign Buckner was ordered to act as Ensign under Captain Lewis, and Received the same Orders. LB...
189Memorandum, 18 September 1755 (Washington Papers)
Lieutenant Starke received the same Orders as Lieutenant Eustace; and ordered to continue in...
Whereas the Service Requires a number of Men to be Raised with all convenient Dispatch: You are...
191Orders, 19 September 1755 (Washington Papers)
Lieutenant McManners, Officer for the Day. Parole England. Fort Cumberland: September 19th 1755....
192Memorandum, 19 September 1755 (Washington Papers)
The Officers Ordered yesterday to attend, Received their General Instructions, and the following...
The number of the Virginia Forces is considerably augmented, and I have again taken them under my...
You are hereby desir’d, to give in an exact return of all the cloathing of every kind, Arms of...
Instructions to Colonel Adam Stephen. 1st To complete the Stockade round the Magazine, as soon as...
196Memorandum, 24 September 1755 (Washington Papers)
From thence I proceeded to Fort Dinwiddie, on Jackson’s River; where I found it necessary to give...
Instructions for Captain Hogg of the Virginia Regiment. You are Hereby Ordered, to add Bastions...
198Memorandum, 2 October 1755 (Washington Papers)
After Examining into the State of Affairs here, and giving such Directions as seemed convenient;...
199Memorandum, 3–5 October 1755 (Washington Papers)
Ensign Deckiezer’s Day of Rendezvous is prolonged to the twentieth Instant—October. LB , DLC:GW .
Instructions for Captain Waggener. As the Service at present will not allow of Colonel Stephen,...
You are hereby Ordered to Repair to all the publick Places, where you have the greatest...
You are hereby Ordered, to give out of the Stores left under your care by the English Troops,...
As His Majesty’s Service requires that the Garrison at Fort Cumberland should be Strengthened;...
204Memoranda, 5 October 1755 (Washington Papers)
Captain John Mercers Day of Rendezvous is prolonged to the 20th Instant. October the 5th 1755....
205Orders, 6 October 1755 (Washington Papers)
As Captain George Mercer of the Virginia Forces, has been appointed aide de camp to Colonel...
You are hereby Ordered, to proceed with the Detachment under your Command to Fort Cumberland,...
Orders to the Ordinary-Keepers, on Captain Woodwards Route to Fort Cumberland. You are hereby...
208Memorandum, 7 October 1755 (Washington Papers)
From hence I set out on the 7th to Williamsburgh; and from Todds Ordinary wrote the following, in...
209Memorandum, 8 October 1755 (Washington Papers)
From hence I continued my journey to Colonel Baylors, when I was overtaken by an Express sent...
I arrived at this place in less than three hour’s after I wrote you from Colo. Baylors, and some...
Being much hurried, I shall refer you to Colonel Stephen for Particulars; who brings a melancholy...
You are to March all the Recruits, now Rendezvousing in Fredericksburgh, under the conduct of the...
You are hereby Ordered to proceed to Alexandria, with all possible Dispatch, and to take all the...
As I understand Lord Fairfax has had great reason to order one hundred of the Militia of your...
From the concurring Accounts from Will’s-Creek, we have reason to believe, that a greater number...
After appointing what Officers you think most proper to your Command; I would have you leave some...
217Memorandum, 10 October 1755 (Washington Papers)
At this place I pressed Horses, and Rode immediately to Lord Fairfax’s and Winchester; and...
In the summer of 1755, during Braddock’s expedition and after his defeat, Governor Dinwiddie...
Hearing that you had quit the Branch, which will not only Discourage those left Behind, but also...
220Press Warrant, 10 October 1755 (Washington Papers)
Press Warrant. viz. By Virtue of the Power and authority to me given, as Commander in Chief of...
221Orders, 10 October 1755 (Washington Papers)
Orders for the Recruits of the two Companies of Rangers. Winchester: October 10th 1755. One...
Captain Harden arrived in about half an hour after you went away, and informs me, he has about...
Instructions to Mr Commissary Jones. You are to proceed to Conogogee immediately; where I expect...
I wrote some Time ago a Letter of Invitation from Fort Cumberland, desiring yourself your Family...
Before I got to Williamsburgh, the Commissions were chiefly disposed of; yet having you strongly...
226Orders, 10 October 1755 (Washington Papers)
To the Officer appointed to Receive the Recruits at Alexandria. As the situation of our affairs...
As I think it my indispensible duty to inform you particularly of my proceedings, and to give the...
Orders Given to Captain Harden, commanding the Militia; and Lieutenant Lemon, commanding the...
229Memorandum, 12 October 1755 (Washington Papers)
The Orders given Captain Harden and Lieutenant Lemon yesterday, are countermanded, and they are...
The Recruits belonging to the Companies of Rangers, are to march immediately; and make the best...