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Colo. Muter will be pleased to enquire into the particular arms and accoutrements delivered by...
It is the opinion of the board that Mr. Anderson continue to discharge the Duties of Keeper of...
One of the workmen at the manufactory of small arms at Fredericksburgh is now here, who says, he...
Colo. Muter will be pleased to have an account made out of all the powder &c. lent or delivered...
The Board agrees to give Capt. Groer a Guinea ⅌ Month for each person they shall put under him to...
Capt. Thomas is informed by letter from me this day that he may be supplied with money the next...
A requisition is made for a hhd. of spirits to be Sent to Chesterfield Ct. house, to be issued at...
Mr. Anderson informs me that the time for which he engaged Nine lads to make nails for their...
Be pleased to send some trusty person to gather waggons at Hanover town and remove the powder...
By a letter from Genl. Nelson received this evening he informs me has by no means a sufficient...
Colo. Muter is desired to make enquiry where any equipments for Cavalry are, and originate an...
I do myself the Honor to inclose you a return from Colo. Gibson for a Number of Articles wanted...
My having an oppertunity Yesterday of perusing the Newspaper I observed in the Account of the...
[ Richmond ] 19 Jan. 1781. Encloses: (1) letter written to William Spiller, commissary of...
I beg leave to inform your Excellency that Mr. Mattw. Anderson ’s time he engaged for is out, and...
I have conferred with Capt. Irish. He thinks it not incompatible, for him to act as State...
[ Richmond ] 20 Jan. 1781. Encloses list of supplies for Capt. Read’s troop which cannot be...
I am advanced this Far with the Militia From augusta (after having been at Fredricksburg four...
Several Cannon that were cast at the Foundery have not been bored. Cannon are wanted for the...
Colo. Southall requires that his house (wanted for Mr. Anderson’s shop) shall be returned to him...
The building the boring mill and the moulding house for the use of the foundery, being a separate...
[ Richmond ] 25 Jan. 1781. Some “eight months men” who work in the laboratory consider themselves...
As the armoury at the foundery will probably be built on a different plan, from what was...
The habitual drunkenness of Colo. Warneck renders him in the opinion of the board unfit to be...
[ Richmond ] 29 Jan. 1781 . Encloses a certificate concerning payment of which the quartermaster...
Being certified by Major Genl. Baron Steuban that the Continental rules are, that spirit shall...
If Mr. Peters means to perform military and other duties required by the laws, as would have...
I have not been yet able to learn where or in whose possession any of the tents are except those...
I beg leave to inform your Excellency, that Capt. Irish received orders yesterday from Barron...
The board approve of letting the building on the within terms, only postponing the advance of the...
[ Richmond, 4? Feb. 1781. Minute in War Office Journal (Vi) under date of 5 Feb.: “Letter from...
[ In Council, 5 Feb. 1781. War Office Journal (Vi) has the following entry under 5 Feb.: “Sent in...
[ Richmond, 6? Feb. 1781. War Office Journal (Vi) has the following entry under 6 Feb.: “Letter,...
The enclosed is from Mr. Thomas respecting his purchase of canoes, and finding the prices much...
Specie Artificers of the best kind 5/.  or 25℔. tobacco Common Do. 3/9 18¾ Boat wrights of the...
[ Richmond, 10 Feb. 1781. War Office Journal (Vi) contains the following entries under this date:...
I shall be much obliged to Colo. Muter to settle finally with Warneck to-day if possible the...
I have never seen the law that exempts people employed for the public from militia duty &c.,...
War Office [ Richmond ] , 13 Feb. 1781. Encloses an attestation of three soldiers enlisted for...
I must beg the favor of you to have immediate measures taken for the following purposes. To send...
[ Richmond, 15 Feb. 1781. An entry in the War Office Journal (Vi) under this date reads as...
War Office [ Richmond ], 19 Feb. 1781 . “Capt. Browne [Windsor Brown] attends to know the...
I take the liberty of transmitting to you the inclosed advice of Council that proper measures may...
War Office [ Richmond ], 23 Feb. 1781. Encloses two accounts for the expenses of Capt. Sansum in...