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Letter not found: from Adam Stephen, 17 Aug. 1756. On 6 Sept. 1756 GW wrote to Stephen: “Yours of...
Letter not found: from Adam Stephen, 23 Aug. 1756. On 6 Sept. 1756 GW wrote to Stephen : “Yours...
I received yours of the 28th by Jenkins and will do myself the honor to wait on you as soon as...
Letter not found: from Adam Stephen, 4 April 1756. In JHB, 1752–1755, 1756–1758 H. R. McIlwaine...
Inclosd is a Return of the Strength of the Six Companies at this Place. I wish you would order by...
I wrote yesterday, intended by Capt. Bosomworth but was out when he sett off. Nothing new Since,...
There is nothing new here—By last accounts the General was indisposd & had not left Carlisle, on...
I suppose Majr Lewis informed You that the Valley at the mouth of Pattersons Creek did not extend...
The Commissary has arrived, and I suppose You will learn a State of his Affairs by his Letter. I...
I have had an opportunity of knowing Mr Kenndy perfectly well, and always found him diligent and...
I am this moment arrived, and find your orders to march, which shall be Complyd with; tho’ The...
I have the pleasure to inform you that the two Companies of your Regiment under my Command are...
We arrived at this place on the 24th with 500 of the Pennsylvanians. Col. Bouquet designs a place...
It is with the greatest Chearfulness that I comply with your Desire in letting the Soldiers enjoy...
I reced yours of the twelveth—I am sorry that I did not receive yours from Quantico dated March...
The inclos’d is a Rough, but Exact Copy of Mr Boyd’s Accounts. The First Contains the...
Please to send up the mens Cloaths & Bayonets; The Season approaches which requires the Use of...
Col. Bouquet was at first in a great dillemma betwixt his great inclination to serve you, & the...
I congratulate You on Your Arrival at Fort Cumberland; It would have saved Us a deal of trouble...
There is nothing that I can inform you of for Certain. There is a very good Spirit, in the back...
I recev’d Your Letter of the 28th Ult. and am very sorry at the cause of Your uneasiness from the...
This morning One Packton a Hunter came in quite Spent, being pursued by Indians in Sight of our...
We have fortifyd this place, & taken post ten miles to the westward on Kishiminatos, about forty...
I wrote you Saturday last, concerning Cressop’s Party, who has behavd very ill, and about the...
The State of the Regiment is much the Same as at last Return. Capt. Peachy is a good deal...
This is brought to Raystown Camp, by a detachmt of Invalids from the Troops on this side the...
Nothing Remarkable has occurred in this neighbourhood since You left us. I think we omitted, My...
I had just finish’d my Letter of this date when Capt. Stewart deliver’d me Yours of the 18th...
I forgot to acquaint you, that The Governor, when I was at Williamsburgh, desird if possible, to...
Inclosd you have the montly Return—George Hedgeman resigned last month. Captain Gist is the only...
Last night the Detachmt marchd with only Eight waggons at last; There is no more Salt here, of...
It gives me great Concern to acquaint you that Liut. Lawson & two men of your Regiment are down...
Sunday about 9 O’Clock two Indians took a fuzee from a Boy within musket Shot of the Sentry in...
There is no remarkable Occurrence on this Quarter since my last, only the Murder of Ensign Gordon...
In obedience to your Commands I reconnoitred to Ross’s mill on the South-Branch—from that to Fort...
It appears to me that the Works unanimously agreed to here in Consequence of the Assemblys...
Such a Spirit of Revenge and Indignation prevaild here, upon hearing you were insulted at the...
You have no doubt heard of the Party of Volunters who went out under command of Colo. Cressop; He...
Inclosed are the Returns of the State of the Regiment, and Beeves killed and on hand. I think it...
Matters are in the most deplorable Situation at Fort Cumberland—Our Communication with the...
To the Kings most Excellent Majesty The Memorial of George Washington, Adam Stephen, and Andrew...
42Court of Inquiry, 4–8 May 1758 (Washington Papers)
The Reasons given by Capt. Robt McKenzie and Ensign Woodford for acquainting Capt. Thomas...