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We sent expresses on the 17th instant to call down a fourth part of the militia of the Counties...
As I suppose by this time you may have more Men than Arms, and there are no more Arms fit for use...
I had received two days ago information from Genl. Greene of the advance of Ld. Cornwallis and...
I have [been] waiting hoping to see Mr. Ross. I suppose his indisposition detains him. In the...
We have received Information that a certain James Anderson, a Subject of this State, was captured...
Having just received from Carolina an authentic state of things as they exist there at present, I...
In the course of examination of a British deserter this morning some information was given...
I lately received a resolution of Congress of the 5th instant requesting the establishment of a...
Your Excellency’s favor of the 20’th Ult. inclosing a duplicate of the resolution of Congress...
I am sorry to be obliged to inform you that it is out of our power to have paiment made of Mr....
Your suspension of Capt. Joel’s enterprise against the Enemy’s fleet seems to have been well...
The Bearer hereof Capt. Joel proposes to engage two others to undertake with himself an...
[ Richmond, 14 Sep. 1780 . Anderson Galleries, sale catalogue, 19–20 Jan. 1926 (James H. Manning...
I beg you will be pleased to ascribe to the change in our administration and to my not becoming...
Your Excellency’s Favor of the 7th. came to Hand last night. We have been endeavouring to procure...
A most distressing harvest in this State having reduced us to the necessity of either disbanding...
The Executive of this State, think it expedient and necessary that under our present...
Richmond, 19 Nov. 1780. The first paragraph of this letter is identical with the first paragraph...
I will send to Mr. Brown the Commissary the Paragraph from your Letter relative to Provisions...
I am sorry to find that the Order for 156 of your Militia to join General Greene is likely to...
The Enemy left a number of Horses at Westover which they had taken during their late incursion....
I have never heard a tittle of the Enemy since your information that they were at Sandy Point the...
The Executive cannot agree to your return to reside within the State unless you Consider yourself...
It happened unfortunately that from the Tenor of Mr. Wrays Lett[er] which gave us the first...
I received your Excellency’s favor of the 28th. of August on the 30th of the same month, and...
Richmond, 12 Feb. 1781. This letter is identical in substance with TJ’s letter of this date to...
War Office [ Richmond ], 23 Feb. 1781. Encloses two accounts for the expenses of Capt. Sansum in...
The arms you mention being Continental, they are subject to the orders of Baron Steuben. I have...
[ Williamsburg, 5? Nov. 1779 . JHD Journal of the House of Delegates of the Commonwealth of...
The Commonwealth of Virginia Dr. to A. Willy for Candells for the use of the Councill Chamber for...