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Richmond, 3 Jan. 1781. Has been directed by the governor to order the tailor and shoemaker at...
From Mr. Browne’s account it is impossible, I should think, that Col. Innes should be in want of...
The General expressed to me yesterday in such strong terms the great importance of the post at...
I need not represent to your Excellency the insecurity of this place. We never can proceed with...
Inclosed I lay before our Excellency the estimates you were pleased to mention some time ago. Mr....
The equipment of the cavalry is a matter of real consequence to our military operations. The...
One of the Assistants of the Quartermaster general is going over to the Eastern Shore. It appears...
The inclosed certificate is produced with a view of obtaining the same quantity of powder that...
I was desired by the Baron before his leaving town to lay before your Excellency, an extract of a...
War Office [ Richmond ], 10 Apr. 1781 . Many men already discharged from the army have arrears in...
Captain Young, the Quartermaster general of the state, who has just arrived, informs me that he...
[ Richmond, 26 Mch. 1781 . Minute in War Office Journal (Vi) under this date: “A letter from the...
I find the number of waggons in the QMG’s department so utterly inadequate to the wants of the...
Manchester, 10 Jan. 1781. Arrived at this place the previous evening; the men “had a very...
[ Without place ] 30 Mch. 1781 . Mr. Eppes desires him to inform TJ that “a Gun Smith up the...
I beleive it will be necessary for us to begin to register our people in captivity with the...
There are in the hands of Colo. Taylor for the use of his regiment of guards about 500 stand of...
My Letter of the 13 will have answered your former Letters and part of your last and the...
I suppose there is no hope of our getting hats for the soldiers. We will aid you anywise in our...
It was our intention that the tools should go with the workmen and hope they have accordingly...
Colo. Muter having resigned his appointment as Commissioner of the war office, the board have...
I am anxious to have secured for the detachment which is next to proceed Southwardly as many...
The board are of opinion that the proposal of the Commissioner of the War office to appoint Capt....
I am very sorry the shoes and cloathing fall so far short of what we had reason to expect. Such...
The Sentence of the court martial however inadequate the punishment is to the offence, seems to...
By our present Situation Your Excellency will find it highly Necessary, that all kind of...
As for the outer Clothing for the Soldiers there is no early Prospect but from the 1495 yards of...
[ Richmond, 3 May 1781 .] “The army is in extreme want of cartridges. If you can by any means...
I take the liberty of inclosing to you an Information given in to me by Colo. Buford against...
In the Order, Your Excellency pleases to send to the County Lieutnant of Prince George County ,...
The want of a board of Council prevented our taking up the final arrangement of the Clothier’s...
I inclose you a Letter from Colo. Waggoner and Depositions on the Subject of Mattenly’s Complaint...
Baron Steuben having desired that all Issues and Furnitures from us to the Continent might be on...
Mr. Patterson and Mr. Southall communicated to me your orders for removing the stores to...
Your favors of March 8th and 11th. have remained so long unanswered from a constant Hurry of...
The Sixth of October last I Delivered to Mr. Joseph Hawkins Comasery at the Barracks 139 ℔ of...
I have just received a letter from Baron Steuben informing me that at the date of it (the 23d) he...
Not having that kind of knolege of the transactions of the artificers which is acquired by...
[ Richmond, 4 Apr. 1781 . A minute in the War Office Journal (Vi) under this date reads as...
The Bearers of your Letters have unfortunately called on me generally in the afternoon when it is...
Mr. Robertson receives a warrant for £2500, and an order for a tierce of rice from our stock. We...
The enemy’s approach rendering the removal of the arms and stores belonging to the state at...
Agreeable to your Instructions I have sent on four hundred stand of arms. The Waggon that brought...
New London, 13 May 1781. “Since my arivel at this place I have had a very easy time of it, not...
As I am unacquainted with officers commanding the Militia at Richmond, and it being my desire...
The whole of the Virginia line being ordered to the Southward it becomes indispensibly necessary,...
I have received your favr of the 20th ulto inclosing a representation signed by you and a number...
Upon viewing the troops of the Virginia Line this morning I find that they are almost totally...
I have received Your Letter of the 20th of last month —and Mr Harrison has communicated to me the...
Richmond, 13 May 1781 . Disapproves of continuing the work at Point of Fork; suggests Staunton as...