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I very much approve and am exceedingly obliged by the Resolutions which have been entered into by...
I was last Evennig favored with yours of the 16th instt—inclosing Copies of two Letters from B....
I have been honored with your favors of the 17th and 26th ulto the first enclosing three plans...
Agreable to my Promise to you in Phila I have consulted Doct. Craig on the Subject of the...
By the best accounts which we can obtain the Enemy’s Works at York are already more respectable...
The Inclosed Letter from Doctr Craick of the Hospital, is of so much Importance, that I cannot...
I have received your Letter of the 13th respecting the Stores of Cloathg arrived in Boston from...
I have received your Favor of the 9th—Respectg the Cloathing—I think it my Duty to inform you...
Major Allen McLane late of the Continental Army under my command informs me that John Pierce...
Printed text ( Journals of the Continental Congress , XVIII, 1181–82). The letter of 21 December...
Approved as to the gallies; and as to the ship Gloster it is recommended to the board of war to...
Williamsburg, 30 July 1779 . Because of the multiplicity of business, one clerk cannot attend to...
[ Williamsburg, 4 Aug. 1779 . Minute in Board of War Journal (Vi) under this date: “This Board do...
[ Philadelphia, before 28 Aug. 1779 . A letter from Lt. Gov. Page to the Continental Board of...
The Board of War have considered the case of Mr. Blunt of Sussex as Stated in a Letter to Colo....
Your Excellency having inadvertently mistated to the Assembly, the nature of the Requisition,...
Some men having arrived in Town who were enlisted under the Act for raising soldiers sailors and...
The Board of War recommend to the executive to authorize the Commanding Officer of each County to...
Williamsburg, 5 Nov. 1779 . Recommends the immediate purchase of a list of articles needed for...
Lieut. Colo. Muter of the Artillery Colo. State Garrison Regiment. Major Matthews Lt. Colo....
Williamsburg, 8 Nov. 1779 . John Peyton, clothier general to the state troops, should proceed to...
Williamsburg, 9 Nov. 1779 . The prospects of procuring a supply of flour from Maryland are...
The Board are of opinion that the sailors enlisted under the Act concerning Officers Soldiers...
Mr. Peyton Clothier General is directed to repair to the Grand Army there to receive and issue to...
Williamsburg, 11 Nov. 1779 . A restatement of the full duties of the commissary of stores. Signed...
[ Williamsburg ] 11 Nov. 1779 . A statement of the duties of the state clothier. Signed by Innes,...
We inclose to you for your approbation some arrangements which we think necessary to be adopted...
The Governor is advised to appoint Frederickg., Petersbg., New London, Staunton, and Winchester...
The board are of the opinion that Mr. Adams and Mr. Southall or any other persons who shall be...
The act of May 1779. under which Mr. Blunt has been last Drafted refers to one of October 1778 as...
Williamsburg, 13 Nov. 1779. It is expedient to establish a small magazine in or near Staunton;...
Williamsburg, 13 Nov. 1779. Instructions desired as to whether a soldier’s oath on his own behalf...
Williamsburg, 13 Nov. 1779. Upon consideration of the resolution of the House of Delegates of 1...
The board advise the approbation of the proposition from the board of War for building a small...
The Board are of opinion that a Soldiers oath is not sufficient testimony to entitle him to...
The Board advise that one prison ship agreeable to the resolution of Assembly be employed; that...
The Board of War have had under Consideration the present State of the Westham Foundery, and...
The Board, from a variety of circumstances, think it probable that the British army may intend...
The Board are of opinion that until the numbers of an invading enemy and the proposed point of...
[ Williamsburg ] 20 Nov. 1779 . Approval, with the concurrence of the executive, of the purchase...
Williamsburg, 20 Nov. 1779 . Alexander Stewart of Rockbridge co. has offered to supply the state...
Williamsburg, 24 Nov. 1779 . Col. Finnie, state quartermaster general, should be allowed a...
We enclose Mr. Dickson’s application to us, to annex a Salary to his Office. Conceiving it out of...
The Board of War recommend that a fast sailing Boat be kept as a look out at Smiths Island to...
Williamsburg, 14 Dec. 1779 . Since there is at present no commissary of prisoners, the vessel...
[ Williamsburg ] 14 Dec. 1779 . After appointment to a majority, De Klauman refused to do duty as...
Williamsburg, 16 Dec. 1779 . When Col. Travis entered into a contract with Edward H. Moseley to...
Williamsburg, 16 Dec. 1779 . In Feb. 1779 Mark Talbot agreed with Capt. Maxwell and Col. Travis,...
Williamsburg, 16 Dec. 1779 . There are three captains, two lieutenants and four cornets in Maj....
Williamsburg, 17 Dec. 1779 . Workmen are needed for the next year at the shipyard. The...