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War Office, Richmond, 6 Apr. 1781 . Talbot agrees “to perform the Turners work for the public...
Printed text ( Journals of the Continental Congress , XVIII, 1181–82). The letter of 21 December...
I do myself the Honor to transmit your Excellency, copies of sundry Letters from south Carolina,...
We have the honor to inclose you the copy of a letter from the Governor of Maryland proposing the...
The board have the honor to inclose the copy of a letter from Coll Broadhead for your...
The board request your Excellency’s opinion upon the Subject of the inclosed memorandum of Genl...
Inventory of necessaries to compleat the Officers and soldiers of fifteen Regiments on...
Williamsburg, 5 Apr. 1780 . Encloses Maj. Quarles’ return of men raised in his last tour; Quarles...
The board have the honor of transmitting to your Excellency, the copy of a letter from Maj. Lee....
The board have recd a letter from Col. Wood at Charlotteville, wherein he mentions “that he is...
The great distress of the Army for want of Blankets induced the board sometime since to attempt...
Williamsburg, 29 Mch. 1780 . Appointment to command the detachment of Virginia troops, consisting...
The Quarter Master General informs us, that for want of proper Offices and Store houses, The...
Williamsburg, 25 Mch. 1780 . Before issuing orders for the privateersmen at King William...
We return your Excellency the Letters from Governour Rutledge which you did us the honor to send...
War Office, Williamsburg, 25 Mch. 1780 . Sell or immediately exchange the six horses reported...
The Board of War wish to be informed by his Excellency whether the Henry Galley now at Hampton...
Williamsburg, 22 Mch. 1780 . Enclosing a charge to be paid to Col. Harrison for clothing...
Williamsburg, 21 Mch. 1780 . Recommendation of the purchase of a suit of colors from Jesse...
Williamsburg, 21 Mch. 1780 . Mr. North has arrived with a valuable cargo. Order to purchase “all...
Williamsburg, 21 Mch. 1780 . Agreement with Mr. Moody for himself and others for compensation for...
The board do themselves the honor to inclose copies of some letters which they have recd on the...
Captain Minnis of General Mulenburgh’s family, who belongs to the 1st. Virginia Continental...
We have been favoured with yours of the 8th Instant. We have the Honour to enclose a Copy of the...
The Board have been duly honored with Your Excellency’s Letter of the 26 Ulto. The Court Martial...
We beg to apologize for omitting the Acknowledgment of your Excellency’s Favour of the 8th of...
Williamsburg, 3 Mch. 1780 . Capt. Weasy of the vessel from Bermuda awaits a final determination...
We have been honoured with your Excellency’s Letter of the 23d I have given Orders to the Comissy...
The board do themselves the honor to forward returns of Maj. Lee’s Corps, Von Heers Corps, Schots...
Williamsburg, 18 Feb. 1780 . Encloses a plan of forming the detachment of troops to be sent to...
Williamsburg, 18 Feb. 1780 . Col. Wells has purchased pork costing over £340,000 for the use of...
Williamsburg, 15 Feb. 1780 . Encloses a roster of Col. Marshall’s officers, together with a...
Williamsburg, 15 Feb. 1780 . Encloses a letter from Lt. Col. Porterfield stating objections to...
As the removal of the public Boards and Public Shops to Richmond may be Attended with very great...
A plan for new modelling the Quarter Masters department in this State. The Quarter Master...
The inclemency of the season having prevented the officer appointed to review and receive the new...
Williamsburg, 21 Jan. 1780 [ misdated 1779 ]. A recent regulation enables captains of artillery...
Williamsburg, 20 Jan. 1780. Because of the dissolution of the fourth troop of Nelson’s corps of...
The Board have been honoured by your Letters of the 11th. We are much obliged by your ready...
We have the Honour to enclose an Extract of a Letter from Mr Henry of Lancaster on the Subject of...
We were duly honoured with your Excellency’s Letter on the Subject of Mr Loring’s request for a...
The Board have a Plan of Intelligence accompanied with some other Matters of which we will...
The Board advise that the most expeditious measures be immediately adopted, to remove to places...
We have received from Colo. Sheldon a letter and return of cloathing for his regt—of the latter a...
To the previous general question from the Executive relative to Cap. de Klauman Whether...
Upon the application of the Honble the Board of Admiralty we have given them an order to receive...
Williamsburg, 17 Dec. 1779 . Workmen are needed for the next year at the shipyard. The...
Williamsburg, 16 Dec. 1779 . When Col. Travis entered into a contract with Edward H. Moseley to...
Williamsburg, 16 Dec. 1779 . In Feb. 1779 Mark Talbot agreed with Capt. Maxwell and Col. Travis,...
Williamsburg, 16 Dec. 1779 . There are three captains, two lieutenants and four cornets in Maj....