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Letter not found: to William Crawford, 24 Feb. 1775. On 6 Mar. Crawford acknowledges receipt of GW’s letter “dated Feby 24th.”
Letter not found: to William Crawford, 27 May 1774. On 8 June Crawford wrote GW that he had received GW’s letters “dated 27th of May.”
I have heared (the truth of which, if you saw Lord Dunmore in his way to or from Pittsburg, you possibly are better acquainted with than I am) that his Lordship will grant Patents for Lands laying below the Scioto, to the Officers & Soldiers who claim under the Proclamation of October 1763. If so, I think no time shoud be lost in having them surveyed, lest some new revolution should again...
Since writing the enclosed, I have further understood that the Governor, from some displeasure at Capt: Bullet’s conduct, (whether for surveying at all , or for other persons , besides those claiming under the Proclamation; or whether for a speech & engagement wch he entered into with the Indians,) has order’d him in —If the Govrs displeasure proceeded from the last mention’d cause, I should...
Letter not found: to William Crawford, 27 July 1773. On 12 Nov. 1773 Crawford wrote GW : “I Received yours of July 27th.”
The inclosed I write to you in behalf of the whole Officers & Soldiers; & beg of you to be attentive to it, as I think our Interest is deeply concerned in the event of your dispatch. I believe from what I have lately heard, that there is no doubt now, of the Charter Government taking place on the Ohio; but upon what terms, or how the Lands will be granted to the people, I have not been able to...
Letter not found: to William Crawford, 11 Mar. 1771. On 15 April Crawford wrote to GW : “I Receved yours of March the 11th.”
Colo. Croghan and I being upon terms for a tract of 15,000 acres of Land, I have agreed to give him five pounds Sterling a hundred for this quantity, subject to a Quitrent of two shillings sterlg per hundred & no more, after the expiration of twenty years, provided you shall like the Land upon Examination of it. I must therefore beg the favor of you to deliver the enclosed letter to him (first...
Letter not found: to William Crawford, 13 Nov. 1768. On 7 Jan. 1769 Crawford wrote to GW : “By V. Crawford Receved your Letter dated Novr 13th.”
From a sudden hint of your Brother Val[entin]e I wrote to you a few days ago in a hurry, since which having had more time for reflection, I am now set down in order to Write more deliberately, & with greater precission, to you on the Subject of my last Letter; desiring that if any thing in this shoud be found contradictory to that Letter you will wholely be governd by what I am now going to...