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Letter not found: to Charles Smith, 20 Aug. 1758. On 22 Aug. Smith wrote to GW : “I Receivd Your Favour Dated the 20th.”
Letter not found: to Charles Smith, 10 July 1758. On 20 July Smith wrote to GW: “. . . in your letter of the 10th Inst. . . .”
Letter not found: to Charles Smith, 11 July 1758. On 20 July Smith wrote to GW: “I have the favour of your letters dated the 11th & 14th.”
Letter not found: to Charles Smith, 5 Nov. 1758. On 16 Nov. Smith wrote to GW: “I Receivd Yours . . . of the 5th Inst.”
Letter not found: to Charles Smith, 14 July 1758. On 20 July Smith wrote to GW: “I have the favour of your letters dated the 11th & 14th.”
Letter not found: to Charles Smith, 30 Oct. 1758. On 16 Nov. Smith wrote to GW : “I Receivd Yours [of] the 30th of Octr.”
Letter not found: to Charles Smith, 12 Sept. 1758. On 18 Sept. Smith wrote to GW : “Your Letter of the 12th Came safe to Hand.”
You are to take an exact acct of all the Virginia Stores at this place; for which you are to pass your receipt to Mr Kennedy Quarter Master and to deliver none out after my departure but by Letter from me, or Orders from the Governor, or Commander in Chief; except it be Ammunition &ca for the use of the Garrison; and for Supplying the Ranging Companies—in doing which, you are to observe the...
I Receivd Your Favour Dated the 20th & has sent Down Your Inclos’d Letters to Allexan⟨a⟩ by Mr Cooper. You say I Did very Rong in Keeping Govenours Fauiquars Letter to Governour Sharp so Long, & then Sending it to you I can assure You to my knowledg I Never see the Letter but allways takes the Greatest Care of there Letters, as Well as Yours Which I Shall Resarve as Part of My Care. I Receivd...
As You wrote to me in Yr Last Concerning Deischargeing Different People’s Accots that had Money Due by the Contry for Servises Done at this Place, Every Person that brought there Accots in to Me I Sent Down to Williamsburgh Which they past and is Now Discharg’d. Your Acots of Smith’s Worke & Waggonage is Past & the Money is Now in My hands, for Smiths Worke Amounts upwards of £50, Waggonage...