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We this morning received certain Information of the Arrival of a considerable Fleet of the Enemy...
Genl. Muhlenberg having found it necessary to employ in this state some Continental arms, we are...
The State of our Magazine renders it essential that we do not lose a single arm. There is no...
The Act of Assembly having expired under which we have hitherto proceeded to impress waggons and...
I inclose you a militia commission to Mr. Triplett merely to comply with the letter of the law,...
I inclose you a copy of a letter I have received from Baron Steuben and must rest on you the...
The enemy moved down the river from Westover yesterday. I wrote by express to Genl. Nelson this...
Hearing of 744 Militia from Rockbridge and Augusta and Rockingham on the road through Albemarle,...
The Executive will undertake to impress any boats which may be necessary in the opinion of the...
I am very sorry we shall not be able to furnish you with a supply of lead until we receive some...