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I beg leave to trouble you with a Letter from Captn. Joel. As it is not consistent with the...
Information having been given the Board that sundry Horses of British property, having been left...
I received your letter of the 18th. the night before last and deferred answering it till I could...
I am very anxious to prepare for cooperating with our Allies, and for providing for their...
We sent expresses on the 17th instant to call down a fourth part of the militia of the Counties...
As I suppose by this time you may have more Men than Arms, and there are no more Arms fit for use...
Mr. Eppes, Doct. Griffin, Doct. Foushee, Mr. Hylton, Mr. Selden and others wish to serve in the...
Your suspension of Capt. Joel’s enterprise against the Enemy’s fleet seems to have been well...
The Bearer hereof Capt. Joel proposes to engage two others to undertake with himself an...
An order and Account of which the inclosed is a Copy being presented to the Board and no advice...
I will send to Mr. Brown the Commissary the Paragraph from your Letter relative to Provisions...
I gave orders to Mr. Brown to send you a Sufficiency of Flour to fill up any Intervals which...
The Enemy left a number of Horses at Westover which they had taken during their late incursion....
I arrived here last Tuesday after being detained hence six weeks longer than I intended by a...
I have never heard a tittle of the Enemy since your information that they were at Sandy Point the...
It happened unfortunately that from the Tenor of Mr. Wrays Lett[er] which gave us the first...