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You are to receive into the Stores, all the Public arms which are now in the possession of the Militia of the several counties, which are to be discharged. LB , DLC:GW .
As the Militia of the several Counties will march to-morrow morning; Colonel Washington desires you will prepare every thing—that they may not be delayed. You must lay in a sufficient Stock of provisions, to carry them to their Stations—and some spare ammunition: if you think a waggon, &c. necessary, they must be provided—and direct them how they are to be supplied afterwards. Let the spare...
To Thomas Walker—Commissary Dear Sir Camp at Fort Cumberland 11th Augt 1758 I receivd a Letter from Colo. Bouquet last Night containing the Paragraph following. “Please to write to Mr Walker to send Us as soon as possible a supply of Cattle: The Calculation upon Paper will starve Us.” I have lost no time in transmitting this to you. I expect Orders every moment for Marching the Virga Troops to...
Colonel Bouquet desires 100 Waggons, if possible, may be Engag’d in Virginia; and, that as many of them as can, may be sent to this place loaded with Flour, & the remainder with Indian Corn (Oats I suppose will do)—where they will receive further Orders. I beg you will, therefore, use your utmost diligence to Comply with this request; and let me know also, immediately, how far you think you...