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Since my last to you, I have received, by Mr Spritdorph, the Letter therein alluded to (of the 1st Inst.) the contents of which are nearly the same with the other received from the Governour four days before, dated the 3d Inst.—The following is an exact copy of it. “The Council met yesterday, and, considering the present state of our Forces, and having reason to think that the French will be...
Since writing pr Express I have considerd and find it better to delay the other to Wmsburg till you signifie your Sentiments to me on this head, that I may be guided thereby, and write nothing inconsistent with what you represent or advise: I should therefore hope you will acquaint me fully with your Opinion of this Affair, and send your dispatches (if any to the Governour) by the return of...
Letter not found: to James Mackay, 15 Aug. 1754. On 27 Aug. 1754 Mackay wrote to GW : “I was favourd with yours of the 15 Instt.”
Mr Peyrouney solliciting for leave to attend the Assembly, hoping to have some allowance made for his loss of Cloaths &ca which he sustaind in common with us all, and being not thoroughly cur’d of his Wounds which has hitherto render’d him unfit for Duty I thought it proper to indulge him in his request, and he now comes for the purpose aforesaid —By him I again take the Liberty of...
The bearer hereof Mr Wright discovering an Inclination to the Art Military, & having in some Measure made it his Study I have taken the liberty to recommend him to your Honour for one of the Vacancy’s in the Virginia Regiment; this I do with more assurance of succeeding, as Mr Wrights Character for good Sense and Sobriety, will render him worthy the favour you may please to confer, and I dare...
96Advertisement, 28 August 1754 (Washington Papers)
Whereas a great many false Reports have been raised, by Deserters from the Virginia Regiment, that they were discharged from said Regiment, had Leave to be absent for a Time, or that the Regiment was entirely broke: By which feign’d Stories, they have been allowed to pass free and unmolested. This is, therefore, to give Notice, that all Soldiers who are found two Miles distant from the Camp or...
Letter not found: to James Innes, 4 Sept. 1754. On 8 Sept. 1754 Innes wrote to GW : “Your favour of the 4th Septr I received.”
Letter not found: to James Innes, 22 Sept. 1754. On 27 Sept. 1754 Innes wrote to GW : “Your favour of the 22d from Alexa I recd.”
We, the Officers of the Virginia Regiment, are higly sensible of the particular Mark of Distinction, with which you have honoured Us, in returning your Thanks for our Behaviour in the late Action: and can not help testifying our grateful Acknowledgments, for your high sense, of what We shall always esteem a Duty to our Country, and to the best of Kings. Favoured with your Regard, We shall...
Dr                    The Country in Acct—with George Washington Cr 1754 Apl 6 To Expences of the Regimt at Edward Thompsons in Marching up   2 16 6  May 31 8 To Bacon for Do of John Vestal at Shenandoah & Ferriages over   1  9    By Cash of Majr Carlyle—   23 12 9 10 To Cash to B. Hamilton for discovering the plot of 4 Soldrs to Desert   1  4    To Cash to Mr Wood  17  6 8  By Do of the Right...