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That, upon coming to Winchester, Capt. Stewart applied to, and informed me that warrants had been taken out against sundry persons, inhabitants of Winchester, in the act of Assembly, for buying, and receiving the clothes and arms of the Soldiers belonging to the Virginia Regiment And that three of the Majistrates, to wit, John Lindsay, Thomas Swearingem, and Thomas Speake, had the same under...
The Writs for Election being so long on their way that it was the 4th (our Court day) before they came to the Sherifs hands, made it Impossible to have the Election before the 24th as the Law directs 20 day’s between the time they come to hand & that day. I am sorry to find that the people & those whom I took to be yr friends in a great measure change their sentiments & now raise doubts in...
Permit me just as I am going off to wish you joy of yr Election & tell you that I am very sincerely Dr Sir Yr most Obedt Servt ALS , DLC:GW .
Permit me to return you my sincerest thanks for your great assistance at the late Election; and to assure you, that I shall ever return a lively sense of the favour. I am extreme sorry that you neglected your own Election in Augusta by this means—but I hope you are secure in Hampshire. Our Expedition seems overcast with too many Ills to give you any satisfaction in a transient relation of...
Letter not found: to Gabriel Jones, 25 Feb. 1768. On 3 May Jones wrote to GW : “I acknowledged the receipt of your’s of 25th February.”
I have only time to inform you, that I received your’s at Frederick last Court, & have communicated the Contents to Mesrs Madison & Lewis my Neighbours, they agree with me, of the right of your demand agt Mr Strother’s estate, & as soon as you fix the sum paid, you may draw on me for our proportionable parts, Mesrs Henry Tyler, Francis Tyler & John Frogg are the other person’s who married Mr...
I acknowledged the receipt of your’s of 25th February & recommended it to the care of Colo. F. Lewis in hopes it might meet you in your way to the Assembly in March, but whether it did I have not as yet learned. & least a miscarriage should have happened, I write this to inform you of my acquainting Mesrs Lewis & Madison with your proposal of paying what you had advanced for the deficiency of...
Permit me to express my gratitude in the most sincerest terms for the kind and polite reception my son met with from yr Excellency—your bestowing a Company upon him was far beyond my expectation my intention in sending him was to make a Campaign as a Volunteer as I understood by General Weedon you wanted men and knew how extremely backward our young Gentlemen had been to enter the service...
By Mrs. Harvey I enclose to you the principal and interest of the money you were so kind as to lend me some years ago. It furnishes me also with an occasion of acknowledging, with this, the many other obligations under which you have laid me, of which I shall always be proud to shew a due sense, whenever opportunity shall offer. I am, Dear Sir, with much esteem, Your friend and servt., MS not...
[ Annapolis, 5 Dec. 1783 . Entry in SJL reads: “G. Jones. Money.” Not found, but see TJ to Gabriel Jones, 29 Apr. 1779 .]