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Mr. Robertson receives a warrant for £2500, and an order for a tierce of rice from our stock. We...
The Bearers of your Letters have unfortunately called on me generally in the afternoon when it is...
The Sentence of the court martial however inadequate the punishment is to the offence, seems to...
Baron Steuben having desired that all Issues and Furnitures from us to the Continent might be on...
I am informed a considerable number of public papers, brimstone and other articles are lying...
I thank your Excellency for your information of yesterday . It is improbable Cunningham would be...
In answer to your Excellency’s favor of yesterday , I would observe that it is necessary the good...
I have taken my quarters in the Senate house, and find in one of the rooms below, a great variety...
As considerable numbers of militia are daily arriving at this place, very many of whom are not...
Richmond, 16 Jan. 1781. There are about 100 Chesterfield militia now at Manchester, consisting of...
The militia from the counties your Excellency mentions have all arrived. Those from Amherst, who...
I found upon my return hither that all the troops, that marched from hence upon the arrival of...
As for the outer Clothing for the Soldiers there is no early Prospect but from the 1495 yards of...
I suppose there is no hope of our getting hats for the soldiers. We will aid you anywise in our...
Of the hundred pair of shoes expected from Petersburg, there came only 53, and those so bad that...
I am very sorry the shoes and cloathing fall so far short of what we had reason to expect. Such...
Inclosed I transmit copies of the resolution of Congress and the opinion of the board of war of...
I am anxious to have secured for the detachment which is next to proceed Southwardly as many...
It was our intention that the tools should go with the workmen and hope they have accordingly...
Your several favors came to hand yesterday, but neither the tools nor the taylors are yet...
The want of a board of Council prevented our taking up the final arrangement of the Clothier’s...
Chesterfield, 23 Feb. 1781. Because of his “present constant hurry,” Davies has been unable to...
I inclose you a Letter from Colo. Waggoner and Depositions on the Subject of Mattenly’s Complaint...
I gave immediate orders to Captain Brown of the artillery, and he will instantly set out for...
Chesterfield, 11 Mch. 1781 . Forwards a number of letters taken from a packet addressed to...
Your favors of March 8th and 11th. have remained so long unanswered from a constant Hurry of...
I had the honor of addressing your Excellency in two letters last week upon the subject of some...
My Letter of the 13 will have answered your former Letters and part of your last and the...
The Sixth of October last I Delivered to Mr. Joseph Hawkins Comasery at the Barracks 139 ℔ of...
I take the liberty of inclosing to you an Information given in to me by Colo. Buford against...
The Commissioner of the provision law, I think he is called, being so exceedingly ill as to be...
I have the honor of your Excellency’s favors of this date and of the 19th. I have never yet been...
Colo. Muter having resigned his appointment as Commissioner of the war office, the board have...
[ Richmond, 26 Mch. 1781 . Minute in War Office Journal (Vi) under this date: “A letter from the...
I beg leave to represent to your Excellency the absolute necessity of appointing one of the...
By our present Situation Your Excellency will find it highly Necessary, that all kind of...
[ Richmond, 27 Mch. 1781 . Minute in War Office Journal (Vi) under this date: “Letter to the...
The board are of opinion that the proposal of the Commissioner of the War office to appoint Capt....
I find the number of waggons in the QMG’s department so utterly inadequate to the wants of the...
The General expressed to me yesterday in such strong terms the great importance of the post at...
[ Without place ] 30 Mch. 1781 . Mr. Eppes desires him to inform TJ that “a Gun Smith up the...
Captain Young, the Quartermaster general of the state, who has just arrived, informs me that he...
The equipment of the cavalry is a matter of real consequence to our military operations. The...
There are in the hands of Colo. Taylor for the use of his regiment of guards about 500 stand of...
[ War Office, Richmond, 4 Apr. 1781 . A minute in the War Office Journal (Vi) under this date...
[ Richmond, 4 Apr. 1781 . A minute in the War Office Journal (Vi) under this date reads as...
Inclosed I lay before our Excellency the estimates you were pleased to mention some time ago. Mr....
War Office [ Richmond ], 9 Apr. 1781 . The wooden work for wagons goes forward well at Dinwiddie...
[ Richmond, 9 Apr. 1781 . War Office Journal (Vi) contains the following minute under this date:...
War Office [ Richmond ], 10 Apr. 1781 . Many men already discharged from the army have arrears in...