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The Country have come to a Resolution, to Raise Sixteen Companies, to be Formed into a Regiment;...
You are hereby ordered, to repair to Fredericksburgh immediately upon the arrival of Captain...
Instructions for Major Lewis. 1st So soon as you arrive in Town, you are to take upon you the...
I am Ordered by Colonel Washington to acquaint you, that there is Clothing at Winchester, for...
You are to March all the Recruits, now Rendezvousing in Fredericksburgh, under the conduct of the...
It is Colonel Washingtons Orders that you send a Subaltern and Twenty men with Commissary Jones,...
You are hereby ordered to send out Parties to gather the Corn at the Plantations of those people,...
In pursuance of Commands from the Governor to me, you are hereby ordered to proceed to Augusta,...
I Received a Letter from Capt. Paris Deated the 21t of ⟨thi⟩s Month, he tels me that he Sent for...
I have no Instruction at this time by which I Can act. I have Been at Wmsburg Latly as the...
Letter not found: to Andrew Lewis, 2 June 1757. On 3 June 1757 GW wrote to Lewis : “In a letter...
In a letter which I wrote to you yesterday, I desired that the Indians might not be brought to...
I have just received intelligence from Capt. Dagworthy and Major Livingston, that they were...
By George Washington Esq; Colonel of the Virginia Regimt and Commander of all the Virginia...
You are ordered forthwith to march with all the Draughts which are at this place belonging to...
Last Night I arrived here in Order to fall upon sume Method to Ingage provitions for the troop...
To Major Lewis— Sir, Fort L[oudou]n April 21st 1758. I do not yet know, whether any of the Levies...
To Major Lewis. Sir. [Fort Loudoun] April 26th 1758. I have this instant and not before, received...
To Major Lewis Sir. Ft L[oudou]n the 21st May, 1758. Immediately upon receipt of this, you are to...
To Major Lewis [Fort Loudoun, 24 May 1758 ] Sir. I can not order your march to this place in more...
I have the hapenass of Aquenting you that I ame in perfict helth. and tho. I had the Missfortun...
To the Kings most Excellent Majesty The Memorial of George Washington, Adam Stephen, and Andrew...
Letter not found: to Andrew Lewis, 20 Dec. 1769. On 1 Mar. 1770 Lewis wrote to GW: “I had not the...
I had not the pleasure of receiving your favour deated at Williamsburg the 20th of Last Decemr...
Your favour by Mr Young I recd and am Sorry, As Matters have turned out that I did not insted of...
In looking over my memorandums, I find that my own warrant for 5,000 acres of Land, was directed...
After a very disagreeable, wet and fateagueing Journey, we got here on the 10th Inst. the day...
By Colo. Braxton, who is chose to represent this Colony in general congress, and who will in a...
I was much disappointed at not perceiving your name in the list of Major Generals lately made by...
I am uneasy at not being reinforced by some of the new Recruits from Virginia—I had hopes, That...
I have been asked in such a Manner by the Board of this State to attend as a Commissioner in this...
Your favor of the 8th of Augt came safe to my hands, tho delayed in the conveyance. I am very...
Your Excellencys Favour of the 15th of October came to my Hand the 20th of December. I should...
In compliance with the orders of Council of July the 23d , directing Genl. Lewis, William Fleming...
Richmond, 13 May 1781 . This letter is identical with TJ’s letter to William Fleming, preceding....