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151 Stephen, Adam Washington, George To George Washington from Adam Stephen, 29 March 1756 1756-03-29 Inclosd you have the montly Return—George Hedgeman resigned last month. Captain Gist is the only...
152 Stephen, Adam Washington, George To George Washington from Adam Stephen, 30 March 1756 1756-03-30 The inclos’d is a Rough, but Exact Copy of Mr Boyd’s Accounts. The First Contains the...
153 Robinson, John Washington, George To George Washington from John Robinson, 31 March–2 … 1756-03-31 I am under some difficulty in giveing my Advice in your present situation, as I think your...
154 Hog, Peter Washington, George To George Washington from Peter Hog, 3 April 1756 1756-04-03 Inclosed is the Return for this Month of my Company. I arrived here this Evening with the...
155 Stephen, Adam Washington, George To George Washington from Adam Stephen, 4 April 1756 … 1756-04-04 Letter not found: from Adam Stephen, 4 April 1756. In JHB, 1752–1755, 1756–1758 H. R. McIlwaine...
156 Dinwiddie, Robert Washington, George Commission, 7 April 1756 1756-04-07 Robert Dinwiddie Esqr His Majesty’s Lieutenant Governor and Commander in Chief of the Colony and...
157 Dinwiddie, Robert Washington, George To George Washington from Robert Dinwiddie, 8 April … 1756-04-08 You formerly had a Commission to appoint Courts Martial, as that was not explicit enough, but...
158 Fairfax, William Washington, George To George Washington from William Fairfax, 14 April … 1756-04-14 Yr Letter to the Governor has been read in Council, but as no Shipping has arriv’d since your...
159 Walker, Thomas Washington, George To George Washington from Thomas Walker, 14 April 1756 1756-04-14 As The Committee have not Settled my accounts with Mr Kilpaterick I shall endeavour to settle...
160 Dinwiddie, Robert Washington, George To George Washington from Robert Dinwiddie, 15 April … 1756-04-15 Your Letter by Jenkins I recd & it’s now before the House of Burgesses. I have reason to expect...
161 Withers, William Washington, George To George Washington from William Withers, 15 April … 1756-04-15 The enclos’d Letter from Gov. Sharpe relatg to the Murder of Lieut. Gordon was omitted to be...
162 Mercer, John Fenton Washington, George To George Washington from John Fenton Mercer, 17 April … 1756-04-17 Yesterday about seven O’Clock in the Evening the Waggons arrived here by which I received my...
163 Robinson, John Washington, George To George Washington from John Robinson, 17 April 1756 1756-04-17 I recd your Letter by the Express and am sorry to find by it the unhappy situation our back...
164 Stark, William Washington, George To George Washington from William Stark, 18 April 1756 1756-04-18 The purport of this is to acquaint you of an Engagemt we had with the Indians late this...
165 Stark, William Washington, George To George Washington from William Stark, 19 April 1756 … 1756-04-19 Letter not found: from William Stark, 19 April 1756. On 20 April 1756 GW wrote to Stark : “I...
166 Carter, Landon Washington, George To George Washington from Landon Carter, 21 April 1756 1756-04-21 Mr Swaringham intending up tomorrow for Winchester gives me an opportunity of expressing my great...
167 Carter, Charles Washington, George To George Washington from Charles Carter, 22 April 1756 1756-04-22 Your favour without date came to my hands yesterday; from a conversation with Lt Rutherfold I...
168 Dinwiddie, Robert Washington, George To George Washington from Robert Dinwiddie, 23 April … 1756-04-23 Your Letr of the 19th by Mr Rutherfurd came to my Hands Tuesday last, but Yours of the 16th by...
169 Fairfax, William Washington, George To George Washington from William Fairfax, 26–27 April … 1756-04-26 I rec’d your Favor with the enclosd Estimate of your present Corps and proposd Regulation for...
170 Dinwiddie, Robert Washington, George To George Washington from Robert Dinwiddie, 26 April … 1756-04-26 I recd Yr Letter by this Express last Night, & this Morning laid all the Letters before the House...
171 Carter, Charles Washington, George To George Washington from Charles Carter, 27 April 1756 1756-04-27 I recd yr Second and third of the 22d of this instant since which I have not had leisure to...
172 Dinwiddie, Robert Washington, George To George Washington from Robert Dinwiddie, 29 April … 1756-04-29 Your Letter of the 24th was delivered me by Capt. Peachy, which Letter with his Information gives...
173 Carter, Landon Washington, George To George Washington from Landon Carter, May 1756 1756-05-01 The bearer of this will God willing be my son Landon whose inclinations for the Army have been...
174 Dinwiddie, Robert Washington, George To George Washington from Robert Dinwiddie, 3 May 1756 1756-05-03 I am sincerely concern’d for Your Situation from the many flying Parties of French & Indians, but...
175 Randolph, Peyton Washington, George To George Washington from Peyton Randolph, 3 May 1756 1756-05-03 Some public spirited Gentlemen have done me the honor to fix upon me as their leader, till we can...
176 Robinson, John Washington, George To George Washington from John Robinson, 3 May 1756 1756-05-03 I received your favour by the Express and am extremely concerned to hear of the distress the poor...
177 Fairfax, William Washington, George To George Washington from William Fairfax, 4 May 1756 1756-05-04 Your Letter by Butler the Express was presented by the Governor & read in Council and immediately...
178 Dinwiddie, Robert Washington, George To George Washington from Robert Dinwiddie, 8 May 1756 1756-05-08 Your Letter of the 3d I recd Yesterday, & observe its Contents. I have recd the Indian Scalp & I...
179 Fairfax, George William Washington, George To George Washington from George William Fairfax, 9 May … 1756-05-09 Upon hearing the many Alarming Accots at Williamsburg, I hasten’d away as soon as possible, tho....
180 Fairfax, William Washington, George To George Washington from William Fairfax, 9 May 1756 1756-05-09 Your Letter to the Governor, G. Fx, and what accompanied them from Colo. Carlyle &c. describing...