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[ Williamsburg ] 20 Nov. 1779 . Approval, with the concurrence of the executive, of the purchase of cloth, to be paid for in part by cannon at the foundry. Signed by Innes, Nelson, and Lyne. Countersigned: “In Council Nov. 23. 1779. This purchase is approved: paiment to be made in Cannon as above proposed, so far as they will go towards full paiment; the balance to be paid in money as soon as...
Williamsburg, 5 Nov. 1779 . Recommends the immediate purchase of a list of articles needed for the officers and soldiers of the Virginia troops in the northern army. Signed by Innes, Griffin, Barron, and Lyne. Countersigned: “Approved. Th: Jefferson.” RC ( CSmH ); 1 p. Above the list of articles needed is a list of articles supplied to the northern army, dated 25 Oct. 1779, signed by Samuel...
Williamsburg, 21 Mch. 1780 . Recommendation of the purchase of a suit of colors from Jesse Taylor. Signed by Barron and Lyne. Counter-signed: “Approved. Th: Jefferson.” Tr in Board of War Letter Book ( MiU-C ), 1 p.; printed in Official Letters Official Letters of the Governors of the State of Virginia , ed. H. R. McIlwaine , ii , 109.
Williamsburg, 21 Mch. 1780 . Mr. North has arrived with a valuable cargo. Order to purchase “all that part of the cargo that will be serviceable to the Troops”; also recommendation of purchase from Abraham Jones of 31 hats, 30 firkins of butter for the navy, “also a thousand weight of Rice.” Countersigned: “Mar. 21st. 1780. Approved except as to the butter, which is supposed not to be included...
Williamsburg, 22 Mch. 1780 . Enclosing a charge to be paid to Col. Harrison for clothing furnished for his regiment. “The articles … appear to have been well bought, and we hope you will not think the Colo’s. Zeal, which has led him to expend his own money, and risque his own interest, to promote the public weal, an improper one.” Also requesting the purchase of clothes for Capt. Ragsdale in...