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In my Letter of Yesterday I informed your Excellency that the Enemy’s Fleet had fallen down to...
On my Way here this Evening I received Information that the Enemy had landed their whole Force at...
Commodore Tilly having determined to sail with the first fair Wind, the Enemy will be left at...
[ Williamsburg ], 26 Jan. 1781. Eight British vessels have been driven ashore, four of which it...
Since my last, informing you that the Enemy’s Fleet had passed Burwell’s Ferry, it has only...
[ Rich Neck, 22 Nov. 1780. In a letter to Gen. Robert Lawson, 24 Nov., TJ reports having received...
I am just favoured with yours of the 20th. Instant inclosing your Proclamation respecting those...
I am pained to the very Soul that we have not been able to prevent the Return of the Enemy, but...
I have visited the Posts below this Place, and am happy in informing your Excellency that the...
This Day the Enemy’s Ships passed Burwell’s Ferry and have fallen so far down the River that I...
A Flag vessel from the enemy, in which was Lieut. Hare formerly detained at Hampton, has been...
In consequence of your Letter to me to assist Captain Joel with a Vessel for an enterprize...
I have just receiv’d the inclos’d Letter from Wmsburg which gives the best account of the Enemy’s...
I was this morning informed that the Enemy had landed. A party of light Horse who was at Kemps...