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Mr Geo. Croghan, a Gent. well acquainted with Indn. Affairs is engag’d by me to serve His My as...
I recd Yr Letter of the 30th Ulto ⅌ Ct. Gist—I am sorry the Indians are so refractory, which I...
I desire You to send me a List of the Volunteers ⟨You are⟩ to appoint to the Vacancies in Your...
Your Letter of the 24th was delivered me by Capt. Peachy, which Letter with his Information gives...
Yr Letter of the 24th Ulto I recd—And as You observe the absolute Necessity of having a Company...
Yr Letter without Date I recd am sorry You have occasion to complain for want of Flouer &ca it...
Whereas I have thought proper to discontinue the two pr ct Commissions (which the Country...
I detain’d Jenkins here till my Express arrived from Ld Loudoun. His Lordship has desired all the...
I wrote You by Jenkins to which be refer’d. As I have contracted with Mr Ramsay to supply the...
I am to acknowledge the Receipt of Yrs of the 10th but I am so much hurried that I cannot answer...
I recd Yr Letter by this Express last Night, & this Morning laid all the Letters before the House...
Your Letter by Jenkins I recd & it’s now before the House of Burgesses. I have reason to expect...
My Friend Colo. Fairfax earnestly desires his Son Wm Henry may have a Lieutt’s Commission in the...
This will (I hope) be deliver’d You by Colo. James Innes, who has my Commission to command in...
You formerly had a Commission to appoint Courts Martial, as that was not explicit enough, but...
Since writing You Yesterday The Express I sent to the Cherokees arrived & they have engag’d to...
After closing my Letter to You of this Date I recd Yours of the 20th by Brinker giving Acct of...
Yours of the 14th Inst. I just now recd. La Force was taken two Days after he made his escape &...
the Bearer hereof Sam. Akerling has desir’d my Leave to go to see his Brothers, near the...
I recd Yrs of the 28th ulto —the Bearer brings you £600 which is all can be got, & hope it will...
The Bearer hereof Mr Richd Baker has been very active in getting Men from the Isle of White...
I recd Yr Letter but at prest cannot order You the Money You say due you as Adjutt[.] wn the...
Your Letter of the 17th I recd the Contents duly considered, but I refer answering it till I see...
I recd Your Letter from Augusta & observe its Contents —the Behaviour of the Militia is very...
Your Letter by Capt. Mercer I receiv’d. I hope the Treasurer will send You the Money to make up...
I recd Yours of the 2d last Night & must refer You to mine of the 5th which I sent You by...
Your Letter of the 3d I recd Yesterday, & observe its Contents. I have recd the Indian Scalp & I...
Yours of the 19th by Jenkins I recd last Night—& do observe You have ordered the Garisons on the...
The dismal Defeat of our Forces by such a handful of Men gives me very great Concern, as also for...
Yr Letter by Express, I received last Night, & I am sorry for the Intelligence it brings of such...