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To his Excellency Thomas Jefferson Esqr. Governor of the Commonwealth of Virginia. The Petition of the Inhabitants of the County of the Isle of Wight humbly Sheweth, That while the Enemy were Quartered at Smithfield, and ravaging that part of said County, it was the misfortune of James Pedin, Jonathan Godwin, John Godwin, John Whitfield, Josep[h] Brantley and Chs. Buttler to fall into their...
The Arrival of our Express with your Excellency’s Letter of the 12th. this Moment received gives us an Opportunity of informing you that all the Transports with the Troops from Elk got safe into Harbour on Tuesday Evening. The next Morning at day Light two Ships apparently British of the rate of eighteen and twenty eight Guns came to an Anchor opposite to the Mouth of our River Severn, at 12...
We have been here two days With the Briggs Willing Lass and Wilkes with two Empty sloops and the flatt And Sloop With Military Stores and have Just received an order from the Baron to deliver all the Musket Carteriges Which shall comply with. As the Vessels are lyable to be calld down Every moment I think that the private Property ought to be Valued so that all parties may be satisfy’d and...
Your favour I Received this day by Mr. Pryor. I am Happy to find that The Marquis is Safe arrived. I Sat of[f] from Richmond the 12 Inst. With Twenty Militia in a Scow. On our Way down, I Put five men on board of a brig, lyeing At Warwick, Cald the marrs and Gave the Captain orders to make all the despatch In his power down to this place to Join the fleet, then proceded down The River in the...