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I left the enemies lines at West Ham yesterday evening a little before sun set, their proceedings there you no doubt are well acquainted with. There will be a very considerable body of Malitia will be collected between this and Westham in the course of the day. It appears to be [the] wish of all parties that Colo. Nicholas and myself shall take command of them as field officers, and as I am...
Manchester Town Ferry, 8 Jan. 1781. In accordance with TJ’s order “of this morning,” a wagon load of ammunition has been sent “from this place”; another, from the other side of the river, ordered for Gen. Steuben, will be forwarded by Col. Davies. RC ( Vi ); 2 p. Addressed: “His Excellency The Governor Richmond.” Endorsed. TJ’s orders to Fleming have not been located. There is also in Vi a...
Manchester, 10 Jan. 1781. Arrived at this place the previous evening; the men “had a very disagreeable night, seven of them taken sick”; will proceed as soon “as they get comfortably dried and get their breakfast”; requests supplies. “The Governor lodged on this side last [night], whom I have seen. He informs me the enemy were yesterday morning lying still at and about Colo. Harrissons mills:...
I am now, with the Troops under my command, at this place by Order of Genl. Nelson. I have to inform your Excellency, that there is not a fourth part of the Regiment supplied with Amunition, and as I am Ordered by the General to join the Baron, and begin my March early tomorrow, unless Amunition is sent on, or ordered to follow me I shall find myself in rather an awkward situation. Your...