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[ Philadelphia, September 18, 1792. Letter listed in dealer’s catalogue. Letter not found. ] LS , sold by John Heise, Syracuse, New York, 1914, Catalogue 101, Item 98. Campbell was a weaver in Philadelphia who was associated with the Society for Establishing Useful Manufactures. See “Contract with James and Shoemaker,” November 5, 1792 ( PAH Harold C. Syrett, ed., The Papers of Alexander...
To the Right Honourable, John, Earl of Loudon—General and Commander in Chief of all His Majesty’s Forces in North America and Governor and Commander in Chief of His Majesty’s Most antient Colony and Dominion of Virginia. We the Officers of the Virginia Regiment beg Leave to congratulate Your Lordship on your safe Arrival in America: And to express the deep Sense We have of His Majesty’s great...
To the Right Honourable The Earl of Loudoun, General, and Commander in Chief of all His Majesty’s Forces in North America. and Governor, and Commander in Chief of His Majesty’s most Ancient Colony and Dominion of Virginia. My Lord Fort Cumberland [Md.] January 10th 1757 The following Sheets contain a Concise, Candid, and Submissive Account of Affairs on this Quarter: particularly of the...
To His Excellency, The Right Honorable John Earl of Loudoun, General, and Commander in Chief, of all His Majesty’s Forces in North America, and Governor of His Majesty’s most Ancient Colony, and Dominion of Virginia. The Memorial, of The Officers of The Virginia Regiment, Humbly Sheweth— That, The Virginia Regiment was the first in Arms, of any Troops on the Continent, in the present War: That...
If a white horse, which your Servant was on the day I travelled with you from Bladensburg to Baltimore, has recovered of his lameness, and you have no particular predilection for him, I should be glad, as he is so good a match for the one I had of Mr Prescott, if you would sell him to, or swap him with me. Mrs Washington, with a nephew of mine (Mr Lewis) will, I expect be in Bladensburg on the...
I have received your very polite letter of the 18th —and the obliging manner in which you have consented to dispose of your favorite horse to me deserves my warmest acknowledgments and best thanks. I am perfectly satisfied with the price (of thirty five guineas) and shall forward the money to you by Mr William Hunter junior of Alexandria, who says he shall set off for that place tomorrow. The...
I have to acknolege your favor of the 4 th instant, which gives me the first information I had ever recieved that the laurels which Col o Campbell so honorably won in the battle of King’s mountain had ever been brought into question by any one. to him has been ever ascribed so much of the success of that brilliant action as the valour and conduct of an able commander might justly claim. this...