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Herewith you will receive a Copy of my last Orders from Sir John St Clair, dated the 13th Instant—such parts of them as regard yourself, and Regiment, you are desird to observe, and act litterally up to them. I have directed half the Provisions and Ammunition intended for Fort Cumberland to follow me, under your escort. Mr Walker will take care that the former of ⟨these is⟩ ⟨ illegible ⟩, and...
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...
You are to detach 20 of your worst Rangers, to do Duty at Fort Loudoun, under Lieutt Smith; who is chargd with the Command of this place. They may be kept constantly there or relievd, as you see cause—The remainder of the Company to be employd in the Ranging Service as they now are or otherwise, as shall be judgd most conducive to the safety of the People. If any Irruption shoud be made into...
Orders for Mr Henry Armourer [Fort Loudoun, 24 June 1758 ] Sir, So soon as you have Compleated Colo. Byrds Regiment, and Captn Stewarts Troop of Light Horse with Arms, you are to set about cleaning and putting all the Virginia Arms in the best repair you can, till further Orders. Take care that they are well packd up in cases, 25 in each, and deliverd into the Magazine now under the care of...
last night the Inclosd March Rout came under cover to me for you, with this Paragraph from Sir Jno. St Clair—“I have inclosd you a march Rout for a hundred of the No. Carolina Provincials, that ought to be at Winchester, they will serve for an Escort for Mr Walkers second Convoy of Provision’s. You’ll please tell the Commanding Officer that any Carriages he wants upon his March shall be paid...