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311Orders, 10 October 1755 (Washington Papers)
Orders for the Recruits of the two Companies of Rangers. Winchester: October 10th 1755. One...
Captain Harden arrived in about half an hour after you went away, and informs me, he has about...
Instructions to Mr Commissary Jones. You are to proceed to Conogogee immediately; where I expect...
I wrote some Time ago a Letter of Invitation from Fort Cumberland, desiring yourself your Family...
Before I got to Williamsburgh, the Commissions were chiefly disposed of; yet having you strongly...
316Orders, 10 October 1755 (Washington Papers)
To the Officer appointed to Receive the Recruits at Alexandria. As the situation of our affairs...
As I think it my indispensible duty to inform you particularly of my proceedings, and to give the...
Orders Given to Captain Harden, commanding the Militia; and Lieutenant Lemon, commanding the...
319Memorandum, 12 October 1755 (Washington Papers)
The Orders given Captain Harden and Lieutenant Lemon yesterday, are countermanded, and they are...
The Recruits belonging to the Companies of Rangers, are to march immediately; and make the best...
321Memorandum, 13 October 1755 (Washington Papers)
The Recruits which come under the command of Lieutenant Campbell, are to have arms immediately...
An inconceivable Panick which prevailed amongst the people of this County, induced me to write...
I am Oblidged to send this wt. the Weekly Return under Cover with other Letters to Colo. Stevens...
Orders for Captain John Ashby, of a Company of Rangers. It is my express Orders, that you do not...
325Orders, 14 October 1755 (Washington Papers)
Lieutenant Williams for the Day. Parole Abington. A Return to be given in immediately of the...
Inclosed is an Invoice of Sundrys shipped on board the Nancy consigned Mr Chas Dick of...
327Orders, 15 October 1755 (Washington Papers)
Captain Woodward for the Day—Parole Bedford. Tomorrow one Subaltern, one Sergeant, one Corporal,...
I got home last night af getting Business Settled with proper Certificates Recorded &c. Colo....
I received yours, and am as much surprized at your delay in repairing to your Rendezvous, as...
You are hereby ordered, to send off all the Recruits which are now under your Command at...
If the Clothes &c. which were mentioned in the last to you, are not sent up, I desire you will...
332Orders, 16 October 1755 (Washington Papers)
Captain Lewis the Day, to-morrow. One Subaltern, one Sergeant, one Corporal, one Drummer, and...
Last night by return of the express who went to Captn Montour I receivd the Inclosd from Mr...
334Orders, 17 October 1755 (Washington Papers)
Captain Waggener the Day to-morrow. One Subaltern, one Sergeant, one Corporal, one Drummer and...
Letter not found: to Thomas Gage, 17 Oct. 1755. On 23 Nov. 1755 Gage wrote to GW : “Your obliging...
Letter not found: to Roger Morris, 17 Oct. 1755. On 3 Nov. 1755 Morris wrote to GW : “Yours of...
This Will be deliver’d you by Capt. Elzey & our Draft from the Militia of Fairfax. We hope that...
338Orders, 18 October 1755 (Washington Papers)
The Troops are not to march until to-morrow, there being no waggons to carry the Provisions, &c....
1. You are hereby ordered to Repair to Harris’s Ferry, and other places where the Indians are...
Having Recd your Orders Shall Comply with them[.] As to Sending Sub[alter]ns Commands up to you I...
Yours of the 8th ⅌ Colo. Stephens I recd & am heartily sorry for the Acct he brings, but am in...
Mr Gist being appointed Captain of a Company of Scouts, and informing me that you had a mind to...
You are hereby Ordered, to purchase on the best terms you can, 5000 LB. of Flour; which must be...
344Orders, 20 October 1755 (Washington Papers)
To the Commanding Officer of the Troops, which shall arrive here from Fredericksburgh and...
You are hereby Ordered to remain at this place with the Recruits which may arrive here from...
You are hereby Ordered to wait at this place until my return from Fort-Cumberland, that you may...
You are hereby Ordered to attend two Waggons which will set out to-morrow morning for Alexandria,...
I had the Pleasure to receive your Favor by Colo. Stephen. As the Genl Assembly is Summond to...
I have sent two Waggons for the remainder of the Clothing, which I desire you will immediately...
Orders to Captain William Cocks, of a Company of Rangers. Pearsall’s—October 23d 1755. You are...
Orders to Captain John Ashby, of a Company of Rangers. You are hereby Ordered, to Repair here...
Orders to Henry Vanmeeter. You are to deliver to Captain Cocks and Ashby’s Companies, of the...
353Orders, 23 October 1755 (Washington Papers)
Evening Orders. The General to beat to-morrow morning at day-break, and the Troops to march an...
We arrived here to-day, where I met Captains Cocks and Ashby, whom I have appointed to remain on...
Your Letter of the 17th I recd the Contents duly considered, but I refer answering it till I see...
356Orders, 26 October 1755 (Washington Papers)
The Clothing here in Store, to be delivered out to the most needy of the men. Those which belong...
You are to proceed to George Parkers Plantation, where you will meet with Captain William Cocks...
You are to see that the arms here in Store be immediately inspected by Mr Frasier; and those fit...
359Orders, 27 October 1755 (Washington Papers)
The dates of all the Officers Commissions that came up yesterday, to be given in to the Adjutant:...
You are hereby ordered to send out Parties to gather the Corn at the Plantations of those people,...