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I have the Honour to Inclose you Several Resolutions of the General Assembly, relative to the Opening the Navigation of the River Potomack; by which you are Appointed One of the Commissioners on the part of this State to meet those who may be Appointed on the Part of Maryland to Concert Such regulations as may be best Adapted to Attain this important Object: the Letter Addressed to the...
The letter you did me the honor to write to me the 15th Inst. was not delivered until late yesterday Evening—I filled the Blank in the letter to Govr Paca and forwarded it; and am now on my way to annapolis. I named the 22d, which at the rate your Express travels, is as soon as the Govr can lay your letter before the Assembly of Maryland and Commrs be appointed to meet those from this...
A letter of the 4th instant from Lt Governor Wood has been received with its inclosures, containing the information of some murders committed by the Indians on the 23d of last month at Dunkard creek which runs into the Monongahala River. It is with concern that I learn this circumstance, as a treaty has been lately concluded by the Governor of the western territory with the Wiandot, Delawar,...
I have had the honour to receive your favour of the 16th of May. In consequence of the treaties lately entered into with the different tribes of Indians on the western frontier and of the measures which have been taken by the general Government for the protection of the inhabitants of those districts; the Executive have withdrawn the force employed in that service by this State, except such as...
The inclosed letters contain the latest intelligence received from our southwestern frontier. I did myself the honour to inform you on the first of the present month, that the state of Virginia retained in service the troops employed in the defence of the counties of Washington, Montgomery and Russel. This force consists of fifty rangers and four Scouts which were directed to be raised in the...
I do myself the honour to inclose you a letter from the County Lieutenant of Greenbriar County on the subject of Indian affairs. I have the honour &c. LB , Vi : Executive Letter Books. This enclosure may have been a letter from George Clendenin Clendinen , county lieutenant for Greenbrier County, 6 May 1789, to Randolph, although it is possible that Clendenin’s Clendinen’s 6 May letter had...
I had the honor, last evening, to receive your Excellency’s letter of the 6th inst. enclosing one from the County Leiutenant of Green Briar on the subject of Indian affairs. When Congress have finished the necessary and important business which has occupied them since their first meeting, and in which they are now engaged, I shall seize the earliest moment to lay before them such information...
Two Chiefs of the Cherokee nation of Indians arrived here a few days ago accompanied by Mr Bennet Ballew, who has full powers from a number of Towns to lay before you their Grievances, and to make some proposals, which may eventually preserve harmony between the citizens of the United States and the Indians, and perhaps be productive of considerable advantages to both parties. It is at the...
The inclosed Letter from the Lieutenant of Woodford County containing the latest accounts of the Situation of the Kentucky District I do myself the Honour to forward to you, as the most probable means of affording relief to the distresses of the Inhabitants of the Western Frontier. I have &c. LB , Vi : Executive Letter Books. The letter from Robert Johnson, county lieutenant for Woodford...
I was surprized to find, by your Excellency’s letter of the 1st instant, with which I have been favoured, that my dispatches of the 3d of October did not reach you until the last day of November; and, in consequence thereof, I have inquired of the Post-Master in this City to know if they were detained in his Office. He informs me they were not—and, as a proof of it, he refers to the stamp on...