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Your favour of the 8th instt came duly to hand, and I should have given it an earlier acknowledgment, but waited to see Mr Law[renc]e Lewis, whom I expected here every day, before I did so. He is now arrived, and informs me that his brother John (as Executor of his father’s Will) is determined not to pay your demand against that Estate unless he is compelled to it; and that he has requested a...
Letter not found: from Daniel Morgan, 19 Oct. 1799. On 26 Oct. GW wrote Morgan : “I have been duly favoured with your letter of the 19th instant.”
Letter not found: from Daniel Morgan, 8 Oct. 1799. In one of two letters that GW wrote Morgan on 26 Oct. he referred to Morgan’s “favour of the 8th instt.”
I take the liberty to transmit you a duplicate of a letter sent to the Honble the Secretary of War and Major Genl Hamilton. Dear Sir I beg leave to say something in favor of Major James Stephenson who I have recommended to the commander in chief. Although his conduct in the military line speaks louder in his praise than I can yet at the same time I would wish to say something. I think he would...
I take the liberty to transmit you a list of the names and Recommendations; who have applied to me since I wrote to you on the 12th instant, which you will receive inclosed. I have the honor to be sir Your Obt Hle Sert LS , DLC:GW . Written on the cover: “Battle town June 27th 1799.” Morgan’s list of possible officers for the Provisional Army reads: “James Stephenson—Majr—mentioned in my last...
I was honored with your Letter of the 10th Ultimo. have consulted Colo. Parker on the occasion: inclosed is a list of such characters as I thought would fit the Army, and who offered their services. most of those characters that are inserted in the list of recommendation are in my opinion good men and may be depended on; they are mostly young men of good family and education, who are...
I have just received a letter from the Secretary of War, in which, after giving it as the opinion of the President of the United States, that Officers for the twenty four additional Regiments ought to be had in contemplation; that, in case the exigency of our Affairs should require them, greater dispatch might be used in the formation, is the Extract which follows. Having given these Extracts,...
I had the pleasure to receive your letter of the 3d instant, covering the Copy of a letter from Captn A.C. Randolph to yourself, expressing a wish to be removed from the Infantry to the Cavalry. These letters I have forwarded to the Secretary of War, who, I have no doubt, will, considering the favourable auspices under which Captn Randolph is introduced, make any arrangement he can, consistent...
Letter not found: from Daniel Morgan, 3 April 1799. On 10 April GW wrote Morgan : “I had the pleasure to receive your letter of the 3d instant.” The letter to GW was a duplicate of Morgan’s letter to Alexander Hamilton, the text of which is printed in GW to Morgan, 10 April, n.1 .
This will be handed to you by Mr James Welch of greenbryor county who is Desirous to lease your conhaway lands—I am Not acquented with Mr Welsh myself only from History and by sight I Know he is in trade at greenbreor court house, he brought letters from some of my acquintance in augusta wishing me to Introduce him to you by a line. I set out for congress on Wednesday week, old Robin my old...