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last night the Inclosd March Rout came under cover to me for you, with this Paragraph from Sir...
I received yours by Express—and concur in sentiments with the officers of your council: Save that...
I received yours by Captain Spotswood. I was obliged to order the waggons down to Alexandria for...
You are hereby Ordered to proceed to Alexandria, with all possible Dispatch, and to take all the...
As the Assembly voted a chain of Forts to be built on the Frontiers for the protection of the...
You are Ordered forthwith to march from hence to the South-branch with your own men, and such of...
It is Colonel Washingtons Orders, that you, with the Detachment under your Command, make all...
Capt. Waggener Sir: Fort Loudoun, the 25th of April, 1758. I received Orders yesterday from the...
As Colonel Washington has been informed by Governour Dinwiddie, that you was Dispatched from...
Instructions for Captain Waggener. As the Service at present will not allow of Colonel Stephen,...
I have just Incamp’d at this place on my way to Fort Cumberland, with a weak escort to a large...
To Captn Ths Waggener [Fort Loudoun, 15 June 1758 ] Sir As you have been long under Marching...
I received yours—and much approve of your Halt, as the times are so perilous. The great distance...
The companies of the Virginia Regiment are completed to an equal number, except yours, which,...
To Captn Thomas Waggener. Sir Fort Loudoun 19th June 1758 The bearer Captn McClanaham comes up to...
After appointing what Officers you think most proper to your Command; I would have you leave some...
A party of the militia of Stafford, is ordered to Harnesses Fort; and will march to-morrow: as...
Letter not found: to Thomas Waggener, 4 Aug. 1756. On 5 Aug. 1756 GW wrote to Waggener: “I wrote...
I now enclose you the plans promised in my last; which if you observe, you can not possibly err....
I have so many places and people to defend; so great calls from every quarter for men, and so...
I have ordered Lieutenant Colonel Stephen, so soon as he arrives at Fort Cumberland, to detach...
I was not a little surprized to find what a quantity of provision had been consumed by your...
Ero apud Society spring on Tuesday per quatuor. Fortasse et I. Lepus-æmula veniet. Apis ibi et tu...
To Thomas Walker—Commissary Dear Sir Camp at Fort Cumberland 11th Augt 1758 I receivd a Letter...
Deliver Captain Bells and Ensign Thompsons Recruits, four days provision; being in all, eighteen...
Deliver five men, two days provision; Captain Bronaugh’s Recruits—Deliver the Detachment of Light...
Deliver Sergeant Campbell and his Party (eleven in number) three days provision. LB , DLC:GW ....
It is Colonel Washingtons Orders, that you provide the Sick with all necessaries the Surgeons...
You are hereby ordered to proceed with the utmost dispatch to Winchester, where you will receive...
Instructions for Mr Commissary Walker. You are to lay in at Cockes and Ashby’s Forts, three...
As Captain Hogg has purchased a sufficient quantity of Beef for his Company at Fort Dinwiddie,...
You are to receive into the Stores, all the Public arms which are now in the possession of the...
Let Ensign Smiths Recruit have Clothes, arms, &c. LB , DLC:GW .
As the Militia of the several Counties will march to-morrow morning; Colonel Washington desires...
I received yours by Lieutenant Lemon, and am sorry to find that the Carolina Beeves are so unfit...
Colonel Bouquet desires 100 Waggons, if possible, may be Engag’d in Virginia; and, that as many...
As the contention about the command is risen to the disagreeable height it now is; and would...
⟨ mutilated ⟩th, the tedious Affair of Mr Clifton’s has come to some ⟨ mutilated ⟩ at least as...
ALS : Mrs. Daniel Buckley, Broadaxe, Pennsylvania (1955) I receiv’d yesterday your Favour of June...
I. AL : Library of Congress II. ALS : New York Public Library; draft: Library of Congress...
AL : American Philosophical Society Franklin was deeply concerned with Chatham’s conciliatory...
ALS (letterbook draft): American Philosophical Society I am glad to find by your Favour of the...
I have now the pleasure to acknowledge the receipt of your favour dated October the 19th. by...
Preceding is Copy of my last to you & beg leave to refer you thereto. I have at length the...
ALS : Nantucket Atheneum I inclose you some of the Grain called Whisk Corn, or Broom Corn. It...
ALS (letterbook draft): American Philosophical Society I thank you for recommending Mr. Marchant...
ALS : American Philosophical Society I send you herewith the Extract of Mr. Sturgeon’s Letter,...
ALS : American Philosophical Society Being here on my Journey to New-England, I received your...
ALS : American Philosophical Society I beg Pardon for not answering sooner your Favour of the...
ALS : American Philosophical Society Being but just return’d home from a Tour thro’ the northern...