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Nothing could have given me, and the Officers under my command, greater satisfaction, than to...
I was favoured with your letter, from Rousby-Hall, of the 4th Instant. It demands my best...
103I., 10 December 1754 (Washington Papers)
Memorandum The Division of the Slaves of the late Lawrence Washington Esqr. as made pursuant to...
104II., 10 December 1754 (Washington Papers)
A Division of the Negros made, and agreed to between Colo. George Lee and the Brothers of the...
This Indenture made this seventeenth day of December in the year of our Lord God One thousand...
I was not favourd with your agreeable polite Letter (of the Ins⟨t⟩ un 2d) till Yesterday;...
The arrival of a good deal of Company (among whom is my Mother, alarmd with at the report of my...
I was am sorry it was not in my power to wait upon you at Westover last Christmas—I had enjoy’d...
From the goodness kindness of your offer last Assembly, I flatter myself you will be kind enough...
I little expected when I wrote you last that I shoud so soon engage in another Campaigne; but in...
I cannot think of quitting Fairfax without embracing this last oppertunity of bidding you...
In order to engage your corrispondance, I think it expedient, just is incumbent on me to deserve...
I overtook the General at Frederick Town in Maryld and from thence we proceeded to this place,...
I have had the misfortune to loose 3 of my Horses since I left home; and not bringing money...
A very fatiegueing Ride; and long round about brought me to the General (the day I parted with...
I came to this place last Saturday, and shall set out to morrow with the General for Wills Creek;...
I left home the 24th of last Month, and overtook the General at Frederick Town in Maryland: from...
I Overtook the General at Frederick Town in Maryld and proceeded with him by way of Winchester to...
As I have no higher expectation in view gratification than an intimate corrispondance with my...
As wearing Boots is quite the Mode, and mine are in a declining State; I must beg the favour of...
I have, at last, with great pains and difficulty, discover’d the Reason why Mrs Wardrope is a...
122Memorandum, 15–30 May 1755 (Washington Papers)
The 15th of May I was sent to Colo. Hunter for a Suppely of Money of 4,000£ Sterling, and arrivd...
I have Orders from the Genl, and Instructions from Mr Johnston, the Dy Paymaster Genl to receive...
If Colo. Hunter shd be from home, I hope you will open this my Lett. to see to him and attend to...
In pursuance of His Excellencys Commands, I proceeded to this place with all convenient dispatch;...
Since writg from Claybourn’s Ferry by the Late express, I arrivd at this place and have met Mr...
I came to this place last Night, and was greatly disappointed at not finding the Cavalry...
128Memorandum, 30 May–11 June 1755 (Washington Papers)
May 30th Upon my return from Williamberg I found that Sir Jno. St Clair, with Majr Chapman & a...
I arrivd with my charge safe in Camp the 30th of last Month, after waiting a Day and piece in...
I had not the pleasure of receiving your favour till after my return from Williamsburg, when it...
I was favourd with your s Letter by Mr Dick, and am sorry it is not in my power to provide you...
I take this oppertunity, as it is the last I can expect before we leave this place, of enquiring...
As I have no higher expectation in view gratification than an intimate Corrispondance with my...
When I had the pleasure to see you last, you expressd an Inclination a wish to be informd of my...
As much as I am hurried as I am at present, I cant think of leaving this place without writing to...
I receivd Your’s of the 8th Instant from Fredericksburg, and am sorry to find that Allan is...
I receivd Your ’s Letter of the 27th of May, and assure you that nothing is more agreeable to me...
Immediately upon our leavg the C. at Geors. Ck the 14th Inst. (from whe I wrote to yo.) I was...
I came to this Camp on thursday last, with the Rear of Colo. Dunbar’s Detacht and shoud have...
I shoud take it infinitely kind, if you wd be good enough to dispatch, by the first safe...
141Memorandum, 8–9 July 1755 (Washington Papers)
N.B. The 8th of July I rejoined (in a covered Waggon) the advanced division of the Army under the...
Captn Orme being confind to his Litter & not well able to write, has desir’d me to acknowledge...
As I doubt not but you have heard of our defeat, and perhaps have had it represented in a worse...
As I am favourd with an oppertunity, I shoud think myself inexcusable, was I to omit givg you...
As I have heard since my arrivl at this place, a circumstantial acct of my death and dying...
I arrived at Home the day before yesterday, without meeting with an Egachee, or any other...
I do n’t remember not recollect to have receivd more than one letter from you, and that I shoud...
I must acknowledge you had great reason to be terrified with the first accts that was given of...
The pleasure of your Company at Mount-Vernon always did, & always will, afford me infinite...
I intend myself the honour of waitg upon your County, in order to exercise the Militia thereof ;...