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[ Without place or date ] In a long war the difficulty and expense of raising men increases, and...
I cannot help expressing to Your Excellency the anxiety I am under occasioned by the delay of...
Your Excellency was acquainted with My Intention of sending on Genl. Lawson’s Corps, and I can...
I wrote Your Excellency the 30th ult. that Gen. Lawson’s Corps would march Yesterday. This would...
I am this moment favord with your Excellencys Letter of this morning inclosing a Copy of the...
The Frequent abuses that have happened in the Recruiting Service, and an absolute Necessity that...
I came here Yesterday in full Expectation of sending off Colo. Greens Detachment of 400 Men this...
I had the honor to write some time ago to Your Excellency, enclosing a Memorial of Colo. Senf,...
[ Richmond ] 15 Dec. [ 1780 ] . Col. Green’s detachment marched from Petersburg on the 13th....
General Green among other requisitions having mentioned the equipment of the Troops raised by the...
I take the Liberty of laying before your Excellency, a few thoughts on the subject of raising and...
Richmond, 16 Dec. 1780. Lt. Col. [Richard] Campbell of the 9th Va. regiment, which is now at Fort...
Richmond, 18 Dec. 1780. Encloses “some hints toward a Law to prevent illegal discharges and...
I am about writing to Majr. General Greene, and as it’s of the utmost importance, he should be as...
I am informed that the Bill which passed the House of Delegates for compleating their Regiments...
Many of our Misfortunes, to the Southward, and elsewhere, have arrisen from the Bad Arrangements...
Your Excellencys Observation with respect to the artificers is just. A proportion of the Regiment...
In case of the calling out a Body of Militia it will be highly necessary to adopt some measures...
I have the pleasure to acquaint your Excellency that the Enemy left Richmond this Afternoon about...
I have this moment the honor of your Excellencys Letter of this day. The thousand Stand of Arms I...
I would suggest to you the Defenceless condition of Hunter’s Works at Fredericksburg full as...
I am favored with your Excellencys Letter of the 9th. Upon the principles of a united opposition...
Towards forming a force for the defence of the Country upon the present invasion, I have made...
From every intelligence it appears evident that the Enemy mean to take post in the lower...
This will be delivered your Excellency by an Officer of Colo. Armand ’s Corps who will also...
I must request your Excellency to order 200,000 Dollars to be paid to Mr. Benj. Harrison Subject...
The 19th. Inst. in the Afternoon the Enemy crossed Nansemond River at Sleepy hole ferry and...
I enclose your excellency an abstract of the state of the forces of this State drawn from the...
Immediately after my arrival in this State Colo. Senf represented to me the necessity of...
General Muhlenberg has just forwarded me the inclosed Letters. What can have given rise to a...
I am this moment favord with your Excellencys Letter of this date . I had before transmitted you...
Chesterfield Court House, 17 Feb. [ 1781 ]. Capt. Morris, “a prisoner of War belonging to the...
I am favord with your Excellencys Letter of yesterday and submit whether it would not be prudent...
I have the honor to inclose your Excellency Copy of a Letter I have just received from General...
As the Detachment of Continental Troops will march from Chesterfield on the 25th Inst. I wish to...
Till it is decided whether Cornwallis will cross the Roanoke or not we ought at all events to be...
I set out tomorrow with the Detachment from hence for Dinwiddie Court Ho. from whence my...