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Letter not found: to William Fairfax, 28 July 1757. On 6 Aug. 1757 Fairfax wrote to GW: “I had yr Favor of the 28th.”
Letter not found: to William Fairfax, 17 July 1757. On 20 July 1757 Fairfax wrote to GW: “I rec’d yr Favor of the 17th inst.”
Your favors of the 17th & 19th instant I have received. Captains Fairfax & Minor arrived here with their companies on tuesday last. The latter I have sent to Pattersons and Mendenhalls; small forts lying under the North-mountain and much exposed to the incursions of the Enemy. The storm which threatned us with such formidable appearances is, in a manner, blown over. It arose in a great measure...
Copy of a Letter sent to the County-Lieutenants of Fairfax, Prince-William, and Culpeper. Gentlemen. Fort Loudoun: June 16th 1757. This moment the enclosed is come to my hand, with another letter much more particular, but too long for me to copy, as I think no time shou’d be lost in transmitting intelligence of this important nature. Three Indians are come in wounded, and saw the french army...
Letter not found: to William Fairfax, 2 Mar. 1757. On 22 Mar. 1757 Fairfax wrote to GW : “I rec’d your Favor from Philadelphia dated the 2d inst.”
Letter not found: to William Fairfax, 13 Jan. 1757. On 22 Jan. 1757 Fairfax wrote to GW : “This Evening I had the Pleasure to receive your Favor of the 13th inst.”
Letter not found: to William Fairfax, 22 June 1756. On 10 July 1756 Fairfax wrote to GW: “I receiv’d Yrs of the 22d ulto.”
Letter not found: to William Fairfax, 11 May 1756. On 13 May 1756 Fairfax wrote to GW: “I had the Pleasure to receive Yrs of the 11th inst.”
I have just now received several Expresses who bring the most shocking accounts of the distressed condition, not only of the few poor families that yet remain back of this place; but of the Rangers that Garrison the small Forts: as nothing but a large and speedy reinforcement can save them from utter destruction! I must desire that you will not lose one moment in drawing together all the men...
I arrivd with my charge safe in Camp the 30th of last Month, after waiting a Day and piece in Winchester expecting the Cavalry to Escort me up; in which I was being Disappointed, and I was obligd to make use of a small Guard of the Militia of Frederick. Cty. The General, by frequent breaches of Contracts, has lost all degree of Patience; and for want of that consideration temper , & moderation...