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More precise information of the force invading the enemy enables us to dispense with the aid of...
I am to inform you [&c. as in the preceding Letter of May 5th] I am &c. FC ( Vi ); at head of...
The prisoners taken at the Battle of the Cowpens being to pass under the conduct of Mr. Hyrne or...
The British [&c. as in the preceding letter to the words combined.] This movement of the enemy...
Be pleased immediately on Receipt of this to order to this place 40 of your Militia under a...
It being possible that the enemy may be destined for this place we have advised the Auditors,...
The British [&c.] And whenever it is over they shall be discharged except the number called for...
It having been reported impracticable for want of provisions to carry into execution the...
On the invasion which took place in January I called on your County by Letter to you for militia....
Before the receipt of this letter I expect you will have furnished Mr. Hyrne Depty. Comsy. Genl....
It being necessary that the militia in Service below should be relieved you will be pleased to...
A powerful army [as in the preceding letter to “by the way of’] Montgomery court house where they...
The inclosed letter is founded on representations received from the Counties of Frederic and...
As I have hopes that 280 men of your County may arm themselves, and I do not think it proper that...
I have received a Letter from Colo. Taylor proposing the Discharge of the regiment of Guards and...
You are desired immediately to embody so many of your Militia as you can arm, if Colo. Innes...