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Williamsburg, 20 Jan. 1780. Because of the dissolution of the fourth troop of Nelson’s corps of...
We enclose Mr. Dickson’s application to us, to annex a Salary to his Office. Conceiving it out of...
Williamsburg, 13 Nov. 1779. It is expedient to establish a small magazine in or near Staunton;...
To the previous general question from the Executive relative to Cap. de Klauman Whether...
[ Philadelphia, before 28 Aug. 1779 . A letter from Lt. Gov. Page to the Continental Board of...
Williamsburg, 18 Feb. 1780 . Col. Wells has purchased pork costing over £340,000 for the use of...
The Board of War have considered the case of Mr. Blunt of Sussex as Stated in a Letter to Colo....
The Board of War recommend that a fast sailing Boat be kept as a look out at Smiths Island to...
Williamsburg, 8 Nov. 1779 . John Peyton, clothier general to the state troops, should proceed to...
Williamsburg, 3 Mch. 1780 . Capt. Weasy of the vessel from Bermuda awaits a final determination...
The Quarter Master General informs us, that for want of proper Offices and Store houses, The...
Williamsburg, 20 Nov. 1779 . Alexander Stewart of Rockbridge co. has offered to supply the state...
[ Williamsburg ] 14 Dec. 1779 . After appointment to a majority, De Klauman refused to do duty as...
A plan for new modelling the Quarter Masters department in this State. The Quarter Master...
Williamsburg, 16 Dec. 1779 . When Col. Travis entered into a contract with Edward H. Moseley to...
We return your Excellency the Letters from Governour Rutledge which you did us the honor to send...
Your Excellency having inadvertently mistated to the Assembly, the nature of the Requisition,...
We inclose to you for your approbation some arrangements which we think necessary to be adopted...
Captain Minnis of General Mulenburgh’s family, who belongs to the 1st. Virginia Continental...
The Board, from a variety of circumstances, think it probable that the British army may intend...
The Board advise that the most expeditious measures be immediately adopted, to remove to places...
The Board of War have had under Consideration the present State of the Westham Foundery, and...
Since the Resolution of Congress relative to the removal of the Convention Troops they have been...
Annapolis, 3 Aug. 1780 . Is informed that Stephen Mister, under indictment for high treason in...
[ Williamsburg ], 26 Jan. 1781. Eight British vessels have been driven ashore, four of which it...
[ Rich Neck, 22 Nov. 1780. In a letter to Gen. Robert Lawson, 24 Nov., TJ reports having received...
Annapolis, 10 June 1780 . Notifying TJ that a line of expresses has been established by the State...
Genl. Hamilton has informed us that a Flag with Cloathing and Money for the late Convention...
I have directed Horatio to wait on you with this in order to beg you will inform me by him when...
I recieved yesterday by express, your Orders to March one hundred and fifty Six of the Militia...