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I do myself the pleasure of inclosing to you a draught of Mr. Ben: Harrison jur. and co: on...
[ Richmond, 16? Nov. 1780. JHD, Oct. 1780, 1827 edn., p. 19 (16 Nov.): “The Speaker laid before...
One of the workmen at the manufactory of small arms at Fredericksburgh is now here, who says, he...
Through your means I beg leave to renew an application, formerly made to Governor Jefferson, on a...
I shall be exceedingly glad to hear the British division is gone, as their presence gives...
At the request of the honorable Theodorick Bland I take the liberty of laying before the General...
Your Excellency will receive herewith enclosed, the Copy of an Act of Congress of the 14th...
The Intelligence contained in the enclosed Copy of a Letter just received from General Washington...
With respect to the payment made on behalf of Mr. Braxton into the Continental treasury in Part...
I have the honour to Acquaint your Excellency with a Piece of intelligence, Which if true Can not...
Enclosd I have the Honor to transmit Your Excellency my latest intelligence from Portsmouth. Part...
Yours of the 10th Instant, I received. It relieved me from a State of Suspence, and uneasiness....
The vessel which had been sent by Genl. Leslie, to Charles town as we supposed, returned about...
The vessel which had been sent by General Leslie to Charles town as we supposed, returned about...
Richmond, 19 Nov. 1780. The first paragraph of this letter is identical with the first paragraph...
Richmond, 19 Nov. 1780. The first paragraph of this letter is identical with the first paragraph...
My Appointment to the Command of the Southern Army, with Powers to call upon the southern States...
Requisitions made to the State of Virginia by Genl. Greene for the Establishment and Supplying...
[ Richmond, 20? Nov. 1780. JHD Journal of the House of Delegates of the Commonwealth of Virginia...
The enclosed Letter from the President of Congress with the resolutions of that honourable body...
Finding that a Sufficient Quantity of Flour may be procured in this Country for our purpose and...
In Answer to that Part of your Excellency’s Letter of the 7. Instant respecting the Prisoners...
Your Excellencys favor of the 11th came safe to me this day. I shall have no objection to act in...
Mr. Walker, who sets off to Virginia tomorrow, affords us this opportunity of Enclosing your...
By the direction of the Convention held at this Place, I have the Honour to transmit to your...
Major Nelson, commanding officer of the three troops of cavalry belonging to this state but in...
Colo. Muter will be pleased to have an account made out of all the powder &c. lent or delivered...
[ Rich Neck, 22 Nov. 1780. In a letter to Gen. Robert Lawson, 24 Nov., TJ reports having received...
I have wrote Two Letters dated the 18th and 29th of Sepr. last, to Virginia, which I can have no...
You have, no doubt, occasion to be anxious, having received no other supplies yet, but that by...
I am to inform you that Mr. James Enis [is] one of those Gentlemen that Your Honours proposed...
The Board agrees to give Capt. Groer a Guinea ⅌ Month for each person they shall put under him to...
I received yesterday evening a Letter from General Nelson dated Rich neck november 22nd at half...
Since writing the letter which accompanies this I have received a letter from Genl. Nelson dated...
As you have been so kind as to remain here, among other purposes, for that of organizing our...
Yours of the 19th Inst. I received last Evening. It gave me much pleasure to understand the Enemy...
I am one of those, who fall under the description of an act of the General Assembly of May last,...
Since I had the honor of informing the General assembly of the instructions which had been given...
Before this time you have, we hope, been inform’d of the Capture of our schooner the Committee...
The Officers were desired to give notice to the militia when arms were delivered them that no man...
L’ordre que nous reçumes de quitter cette Province, me fit prendre la Liberté, de Vous envoyer la...
Your Dragoon did not get here till last night. I this day submitted the matter as to the horses...
I received advice that on the 22d. inst. the enemy’s fleet got all under way and were standing...
This will be handed you by Major Richard Claiborne, a Gentleman of uncommon merrit. At the...
Brigadr. Genl. Lawson now waits on you for the purpose of informing you of the state of his...
The Enemy which lately invaded us left our Capes in the Night of the 22d Instant. What course...
I have been honoured with your Excellency’s Letter of the 8th instant. Having found it...
[ Richmond, before 27 Nov. 1780. Extract of a letter from George Muter to William Davies, 27 Nov....
Philadelphia [ 27 ] Nov. 1780 . Acknowledges dispatches of 13 and 19 Nov., received this day and...
[ Richmond, 27 Nov. 1780. Minute in Journal of the Commissioner of the Navy (Vi) under this date:...