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There was no mail this morning beyond Petersburg. I have therefore again to regret that I can...
I now enclose to you Major Newton’s last letter, and am with the highest respect Sir yr. ob. St....
I now enclose you the last letter from Norfolk. The next will I presume be from Major Newton to...
I have the honor to forward to you Major Newtons letters of the 26th. and also of the 27th and...
After having written an answer to your letter of the 17th—I have barely time to acknowledge, with...
I now forward to you two other letters from Major Newton, and have the Honor to be with the...
I have the honor to enclose you General Mathew’s letters of the 12th & 13th of this month, which...
I have the honor to enclose you General Mathews’s letter of the 24th. I am with the highest...
A letter from Norfolk, of the 25th. states, “the force of the British Squadron at 2. P.M this...
You will receive inclosed Major Newtons letter of the 3rd. instant. I am with the highest respect...
No mail has been received from Norfolk since Saturday morning; but one is expected this morning,...
A letter from Capt: Reade of the 21st. states that nothing new has occurred—and that the British...
I am sorry it is not in my power to give you any information from Norfolk, as I received no...
I have the honor to forward to you Majr. Newton’s letter of the 24th. I received your letter to...
I have the honor to enclose Captain Reades letter of the 22nd. instant, and to be with the...
I now forward you Major Newtons report of the 6th. instant. I am with the highest respect Sir yr....
The enclosed letters were delayed for the purpose of being forwarded by the direct...
Yours of the 21st. has been received, and I have accordingly directed that the packet addressed...
I now forward you Major Newtons letter of the 2nd. to whom I have mentioned the assurance of Sir...
Three letters from Capt: Read of the 25. 26 & 27 instant, all received by last nights mail, state...
I have the honor to forward a letter from Majr. Newton of the 21st instant, and to be with the...
I do myself the pleasure to forward to you Genl. Mathews’s letter of the 26th. Augt. which is the...
I have the honor to forward to you a letter from Major Newton, of the 22nd. instant, and am with...
I beg your pardon for not having enclosed Major Newtons letter of the 30th. of Sept: as mentioned...
This will be presented to you by Mr. Woodward, who will shortly pass through Washington on his...
Major Newtons letters of the 4th. & 5th. are enclosed. I have the honor to be with the highest...
I now forward to you Capt: Reades letter of the 23rd. and have the honor to be with the highest...
I have the honor to forward to you Majr. Newton’s letter of the 23. I am with the highest respect...
General Mathews’s letter of the 18th states that the British remain as mentioned in his letter of...
My brother Joseph C Cabell who will deliver you this letter has just returned from Europe where...
I laid before the General Assembly of Virginia the letter which I had the honor to receive from...
I have the honor to enclose you Major Newton’s letters from the 4th to the 11th instant...
I do myself the pleasure to enclose for your perusal, a copy of a letter this morning received...
Mr. William McKindley, a member of the General Assembly from the County of Ohio, having informed...
Your favor of the 12th. was received yesterday evening, and the course which it prescribes shall...
I now forward Major Newton’s letters of the 30th of September, and of the 1st. and 2nd of this...
I am this moment favored with yours of the 9th, but I fear the direct mail to Charlottesville is...
Your favor of the 11th. on the subject of the Volunteers, was not received until yesterday—I feel...
I have the honor to enclose you a copy of a letter this morning received from General Mathews...
Yours of the 19th. was received by yesterdays mail—On the order for discharging that portion of...
I am sorry that the information I must now give is not calculated to strengthen those hopes which...
A powder Mill has been lately established in the immediate vicinity of this place, and it is now...
I wrote to you yesterday and enclosed a letter from Capt: Reade of the 18th. stating that the...
My friend Doctor William Upshaw is desirous to procure the appointment of Hospital Surgeon, in...
I have received your letter of the 8th. authorizing the Executive of this State to call into...
I have the honor to enclose you two letters from General Mathews received by this mornings...
Your two letters of the 19th. were received today—I received no letter from Norfolk this morning,...
When Major Newton commanded the Militia in Norfolk, some letters were sent to him by Sir Robert...
I have the honor to forward Major Newtons letter of the 31st. of Augt. You will observe what he...
I had the pleasure, last Evening, to receive your favor of the 25th. I received at the same time...