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As I wrote so lately and fully, to you by Mr Polson, on the subject of the Orders I had received,...
32302Advertisement, 28 August 1754 (Washington Papers)
Whereas a great many false Reports have been raised, by Deserters from the Virginia Regiment,...
The bearer hereof Mr Wright discovering an Inclination to the Art Military, & having in some...
Mr Peyrouney solliciting for leave to attend the Assembly, hoping to have some allowance made for...
Letter not found: to James Mackay, 15 Aug. 1754. On 27 Aug. 1754 Mackay wrote to GW : “I was...
Since writing pr Express I have considerd and find it better to delay the other to Wmsburg till...
Since my last to you, I have received, by Mr Spritdorph, the Letter therein alluded to (of the...
Letter not found: to James Innes, 8 Aug. 1754. On 11 Aug. 1754 Innes wrote to GW : “Your favour...
Letter not found: to Robert Dinwiddie, 28 July 1754. On 3 Aug. 1754 Dinwiddie wrote to GW : “I...
32310I., 19 July 1754 (Washington Papers)
The third of this Instant July, about 9 o’Clock, we received Intelligence that the French, having...
32311II., 3 July 1754 (Washington Papers)
Capitulation accordée par ⟨M.⟩ de Vill⟨iers Capitaine⟩ D’infant⟨erie⟩ Commandant des troupes de...
On the 31st of March , I received from his Honour a Lieutenant Colonel’s Commission, The date of...
Yours of the 1st, 2d, & 4th Ulto I receivd by the Post and return your Honour my hearty thanks...
Letter not found: to John Carlyle, 6 June 1754. On 17 June 1754 John Carlyle wrote to GW : “I...
The Half King with abt 25 Familys contg near 80 Person’s including women and children arriv’d...
Since my last we have arrived at this place, where 3 days agoe we had an engagemt wth the French...
To answer your Honour’s Letter of the 25th by Mr Birney —I shall begin with assuring you, that...
The bearer hereof, Monsieur Druillong, with Monsieur LaForce and two Cadets I beg leave to...
Since writing the other, I have still stronger presumption, indeed almost confirmation that they...
This by an imediate express, I send to infm you that Yesterday I engagd a party of French whereof...
The 25th Ult. by an Express from Colo. Fry I receiv’d the News of your Honour’s arrival at...
This day I returned from my discoveries down the Youghiogany, which, I am sorry to say, can never...
I receiv’d your Honour’s favour by Mr Ward, who arrivd here last Night just as two Indians from...
I am heartily concerned, that the officers have such real cause to complain of the Committee’s...
Letter not found: to Sarah Carlyle, 15 May 1754. On 17 June 1754 Sarah Carlyle wrote to GW : “I...
I acquainted your Honour by Mr Ward with the determination’s, which we prosecuted in 4 Days after...
Captain Trents Ensign Mr Ward this Day arrived from the Forks of Monongehele, and brings the...
It is with the greatest concern I acquaint you that Mr Ward Ensign in Captn Trents Company was...
It is with the greatest concern I acquaint you, that Mr. Ward, ensign in captain Trent’s company,...
The difficulty of getting Waggons has almost been insurmountable, we have found so much...
In a conversation at Green Spring you gave me some room to hope for a commission above that of a...
Letter not found: to Daniel Campbell, 31 Mar. 1754. On 28 June 1754 Campbell wrote to GW from...
I wrote to you in Frederick not knowing your Intention of going to Stafford, desiring that all...
I was favour’d with your Honours Letter by Mr Steward, inclosing a Lieutt Colo.’s Commission; for...
In my last by Mr Stuart I slightly mentioned the objection many had against Enlisting (to wit)...
If the Vessel your Honour hir’d of Colo. Eyre has not left York, or Mr Carlyle’s Norfolk and...
Letter not found: to Robert Dinwiddie, Belvoir, 3 Mar. 1754. On 15 Mar. 1754 Dinwiddie wrote to...
On Wednesday the 31st. of October 1753 I was Commission’d & appointed by the Honble. Robert...
Letter not found: to William Nelson, 12 Feb. 1753. On 22 Feb. 1753 Nelson wrote to GW : “I have...
Being impatient to know Colo. Fitzhugh’s result; I went to Maryland as I returned Home He is...
I shou’d have been down long before this but my business in Frederick detain’d me somewhat longer...
32342Court Case, 3 December 1751 (Washington Papers)
3 Dec. 1751. “Ann Carrol and Mary McDaniel Servts of Fredericksburgh, being Committed to the Goal...
32343[Diary entry: 5 November 1751] (Washington Papers)
5 th. —Early this morning came Dr. Hilary, an eminent physician recommended by Major Clarke, to...
32344[Diary entry: 4 November 1751] (Washington Papers)
November 4 th , 1751.—This morning received a card from Major Clarke, welcoming us to Barbadoes,...
As its the greatest mark of friendship and esteem absent Friends can shew each other in Writing...
32346GW to ——, 1749–1750 (Washington Papers)
I should receive a Letter or Letters from you by the first and all oppertunetys with the greatest...
As its the greatest mark of friendship and esteem you can shew to an absent Friend In often...
This comes to Fredericksburg fair in hopes of meeting with a speedy Passage to you if your not...
The Receipt of your kind favor of the 2d of this Instant afforded Me unspeakable pleasure as I am...
32350Memorandum, 1749–1750 (Washington Papers)
When I see my Brother Austin to Enquire of Him whether He is the Acting Attorney for my Brother...