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Without place or date [ before 24 Feb. 1781 ]. Cannot send more than 100 men into the field with...
Major Claiborne has inclosed me a Copy of your Excellencies Letter on the Subject of the Estimate...
Frederick Town [ Md. ], 24 Feb. 1781 . Has this moment received TJ’s letter of 3 Feb. “and have...
I have the honor of receiving Your Excellencies Letter of the 3d Instant, with an extract from...
The Return you require was sent from this post to the adjutant General, above nine Days since....
Agreeable to the Instructions given by you I sent all the Men that cou’d be furnished with Armes,...
I set out tomorrow with the Detachment from hence for Dinwiddie Court Ho. from whence my...
Since I had the Honor of Writing you the 20th. Instant I have been informed that there is a...
Chesterfield, 23 Feb. 1781. Because of his “present constant hurry,” Davies has been unable to...
You’l Receive this by Mr. John Gordon who promises to take down with him the proceedings of our...
Prince Edward Court House, 23 Feb. 1781. Distress of troops serving under Mazaret; three officers...
War Office [ Richmond ], 23 Feb. 1781. Encloses two accounts for the expenses of Capt. Sansum in...
I beg leave to remind your excellency of the situation of John Dean, a supposed fugitive from the...
Till it is decided whether Cornwallis will cross the Roanoke or not we ought at all events to be...
I have to acknowledge the receipt of your Excellencys letters of the 24th. December and 19th....
By a letter from Mr. Elliott at Petersburg, I am informed that there is in the possession of Mr....
The present distressed Situation of the militia, under my Command induces me, to address your...
I Am the More flatterd By the Command Which His Excellency General Washington Has Been Pleased to...
As the Detachment of Continental Troops will march from Chesterfield on the 25th Inst. I wish to...
This evening, I recievd yours of The 15th. Instant, wherein you Call for The Assistance of our...
I do myself the honor to communicate, to your Excellency, a circumstance which I hope will be...
War Office [ Richmond ], 19 Feb. 1781 . “Capt. Browne [Windsor Brown] attends to know the...
I am happy in having anticipated your order respecting the Arms , having before directed the...
Amelia, 20 Feb. 1781 . Received TJ’s letter of 18 Feb. this evening and will endeavor to execute...
Charlottesville, 20 Feb. 1781 . Since last writing to TJ, Clarke has received a letter from Brig....
I am this moment Call’d on by the Barron Steuben to furnish four Expresses to ride Between...
[ South Branch of Potomac, 20 Feb. 1781 . Summary in CVSP Calendar of Virginia State Papers …...
In reply to your excellency’s inquiry how far the orders that have been given for camp kettles,...
Philadelphia, 20 Feb. 1781 . Encloses a resolve of Congress of this day “relative to compleating...
Agreeable to Colo. Innes’s order to Major Turberville previous to my coming here, I examined Lt....
Since I wrote last I have discovered many other Letters from Mrs. Byrd which exasperates me in...
New Castle, 20 Feb. 1781. The £1,500 ordered by the Council to be paid to Syme “for Waggonage of...
Since our last in which we informd Your Excellency of the Arrival of Col: Harrison in this City,...
I this Instant Received Your letter of the 18th. Instant, and have given Orders for the immediate...
When I did my self the pleasure of writing to you I fully expected the Powder would have been...
Commodore Tilly having determined to sail with the first fair Wind, the Enemy will be left at...
I Have just now the offer of about 400 pr. Soldiers Stockings. Altho I understand that Overalls...
I have the honor to inclose your Excellency Copy of a Letter I have just received from General...
Accomac County, 19 Feb. 1781 . Has addressed three letters to TJ, the last in October,...
Secretary’s Office [ Philadelphia ], 19 Feb. 1781 . Encloses twenty-four blank commissions, with...
A Flag vessel from the enemy, in which was Lieut. Hare formerly detained at Hampton, has been...
I am favord with your Excellencys Letter of yesterday and submit whether it would not be prudent...
I have received Your Excellency’s Warrant of Yesterday for impressing the Boats on James and...
Lieutenant Lambert is the Commanding Officer of a party of Men to impress the Boats on James...
In answer to Yours of Yesterdays date I am to inform your Excellency that General Nelson haveing...
Without place or date [ 17? Feb. 1781 ]. Alludes to his (Southall’s) letter of the day before...
Chesterfield Court House, 17 Feb. [ 1781 ]. Capt. Morris, “a prisoner of War belonging to the...
Some of the assistant Deputy Quarter Master’s have made application to me to know whether they...
I yesterday was inform’d on my way home, that General Green had retreated to Dan River, being...
Without place or date [ 16? Feb. 1781 ]. Has settled with several persons whose wagons were...