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The papers of the Executive having been almost wholly lost in the visit which was made by General...
FC (Virginia State Library). Written by a clerk and directed to “His Excellency General...
Richmond, 12 Feb. 1781. This letter is identical in substance with TJ’s letter of this date to...
Since writing to your Excellency on the subject of the expedition against Detroit, the want of...
With the most cordial warmth we recommend our Countryman Mr. Edmund Randolph to your patronage...
I gave you information in my last letter that Genl Greene had cross’d the Dan, at Boid’s ferry,...
Since sealing the within to your Excellency I received a letter from Govr Rutledge of which the...
I have been honoured with your Excellency’s Letter of the 8th instant having found it...
I some time ago inclosed to you a printed copy of an Order of Council, by which Governor Hamilton...
Having lately received a call from Congress to pass the Atlantic in the character of one of their...
Richmond, 17 Feb. 1781. . This letter is identical in substance with that sent by TJ to...
In mine of the second of the present month written in the instant of Colo. Mathews delivery of...
I have this morning received certain information of the Arrival of a hostile fleet of about Sixty...
Richmond, 21 Mch. 1781 . This letter is virtually identical with TJ’s letter to Samuel...
On receipt of your letter of August 6th during my absence the Council had the irons taken off the...
Just as the letter accompanying this was going off Colo. Mathews arrived on parole from New York...
I take the liberty of begging leave of your Excellency to forward the enclosed by the first flag...
I had the pleasure of receiving a Letter from General Greene dated High Rock ford February 29....
I take the liberty of inclosing to you Letters from Genl. Hamilton for New York. On some...
Richmond, 23 Apr. 1781 . This letter is identical with TJ’s letter to Samuel Huntington of this...
The bearer Horseley enlisted for 2 years in a company raised in this county for one of the Virga....
I take the liberty of putting under cover to your Excellency, some Letters to Generals Philips &...
The bearer Mr. Strother Jones , son of Mr. Gabriel Jones of Augusta is now about to set out for...
I have this morning received certain information of the Arrival of a hostile fleet of about Sixty...
I have been honoured with your Excellency’s Letter of the 8th instant. Having found it...
I hope it will not be unacceptable to your Excellency to receive the congratulations of a private...
I inclose your Excellency a copy of an intercepted Letter from major General Leslie to Lord...
I make no doubt you will have heard before this shall have the honour of being presented to Your...
I have the pleasure to enclose you the particulars of Colo. Clarkes success against St Vincenne...
In obedience to the act of our assembly, a copy of which I now do myself the honor of inclosing...
Since writing to your Excellency on the subject of the expedition against Detroit, the want of...
I have the honor of enclosing your Excellency a copy of a letter from Genl Greene with some other...
On receipt of your letter of August 6th. during my absence the Council had the irons taken off...
At the request of General Hamilton I transmit you Letters from General Specht and himself, to...
The Executive of this State think it expedient and necessary that under our present circumstances...
Richmond, 8 Feb. 1781. This letter is identical in substance with TJ’s letter to Huntington of...
Since sealing the within to your Excellency I received a letter from Govr. Rutlege of which the...
I some time ago inclosed to you a printed Copy of an Order of Council, by which Governor Hamilton...
Just as the letter accompanying this was going off Colo. Mathews arrived on parole from New York...
I yesterday forwarded to you a letter from Colo. Wood informing you of his situation. That Post...
The inclosed Copy of a letter from Ld. Cornwallis to Colo. Balfour was sent me by Govr. Rutledge:...
On the 18th instant the enemy came from Portsmouth up James river in considerable force, tho’...
I take the liberty of putting under cover to your Excellency, some Letters to Generals Philips...
[ Richmond, 12 Jan. 1781. The proceedings of the Council for 19 Jan. 1781, the first meeting...
It may seem odd considering the important events which have taken place in this State within the...
Richmond, 10 Nov. 1780. Encloses copy of intercepted letter from Gen. Leslie to Lord Cornwallis;...
Majr Galvan as recommended by your Excellency was dispatched to his station without delay, and...
The inclosed Letter will inform you of the arrival of a British Fleet in Chesapeake Bay. The...
Your Excellency’s letter on the discriminations which have been heretofore made between the...
Since writing to your Excellency on the subject of the expedition against Detroit, the want of...