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Philadelphia, 6 Dec. 1780. Announces that, by the new arrangement of the purchasing department,...
It having been concluded to build a defensive work at Hoods under the direction of Colo. Senf, I...
I received your favor from Baltimore and shall carefully attend to the notifying you of the...
I desired you some time ago to provide cloathing for five hundred and odd Men according to a List...
There is an account of very considerable amount between us and Mr. S. Nathan a merchant from the...
The Commonwealth of Virginia Dr. to A. Willy for Candells for the use of the Councill Chamber for...
Be pleased to issue on the within certificate from Colo. Broadhead a warrant for the sum due on...
Be pleased to issue to Colonel John Syme a Warrant for one thousand five hundred pounds on...
The bearer hereof Lewis Duval came express from Monongalia on necessary business. RC ( Vi :...
Be pleased to issue to Doctor Pope a Warrant for seven thousand pounds upon Account as Director...
Be pleased to issue to Mr. John Walker a Warrant for three thousand pounds upon Account. By...
[ Richmond ] 18 Jan. 1781. Order to issue to Capt. Edmund Read a warrant for $35,000, to purchase...
Be pleased to issue to Colo. George Matthews, a Warrant for three thousand pounds upon account of...
Be pleased to issue to Mr. George Harmer a Warrant for ten thousand pounds on Account of his...
The arms you mention being Continental, they are subject to the orders of Baron Steuben. I have...
My former Order required only half of your Militia to be embodied. The rapid Approach of the...
I inclose you a letter from Colo. Meade, one of Baron Steuben’s aids, by which you will perceive...
For the future protection of the Stores and Country on James River it has been thought necessary...
Your letter was put into my hands on the evening of the day before yesterday by a young Gentleman...
I received yesterday your letter inclosing that of Colo. Dubuysson . It gives us great pain that...
Before this time you have, we hope, been inform’d of the Capture of our schooner the Committee...
Every tent and all the tentstuff owned by the State were delivered during the last Invasion, 230...
I have duly received your favor by Colo. Gibson . I am sorry to learn there is any scarcity of...
I received some time ago a Letter from the board of war desiring that provisions might be...
As the time for receiving the specific tax is approaching, you will be pleased to instruct your...
New London, Staunton, Winchester, and Fredericksburg being appointed as places of rendezvous for...
I have last night received such a representation of the condition the Southern Army, is like to...
The inclosed Letter will inform you what measures have been taken for procuring a proper Stock of...
You will be pleased to provide in the neighbourhood of New Castle flour and stalled beef for...
In my letter of this date directing the immediate appointment of your deputies in each County I...
Your favor of the 5th. covering a draught of Mr. Clay’s for 106,775 D. came safely to hand last...
I am sorry to be obliged to inform you that it is out of our power to have paiment made of Mr....
In compliance with your request, I have endeavoured to charge my recollection more minutely,...
I have received your several favours by Mr. Lathim and am much pleased at the happy issue of the...
I flattered myself that by the information I had given your Excellency of the Diversions making...
I have desired Colo. Muter to have delivered to Majr. Claiborne such of the Articles applied for...
The Provision Law pointed out no places for storing the provisions to be collected under it. It...
We were not able to proceed to the consideration of the prices proposed to be given in your...
Baron Steuben being very desirous to have as large [a] collection of Boats made as possible and...
It being necessary to collect at Hoods as large a number of boats as possible to transport men...
The establishment of a Harness Manufacture in Albermarle, seems advisable, but the Barracks will...
I have submitted your Letter of yesterday to the consideration of the Gentlemen of the Council,...
As I expect to see Majr. Forsythe here within a few Days I must beg leave to postpone a...
By a letter from Mr. Hawkins Commissary at the Barracks I find that the deficiences in the issues...
I do myself the pleasure of inclosing you a Brigadier General’s commission. The laws having given...
We have this moment learnt that there is in possession of Colo. Gibson at Fort Pitt or his...
I received last night from General Washington a letter on your subject in which he has complied...
Having cause to entertain doubts from several Letters transmitted me, whether Mr. Jno. Dodge who...
I received your Letter on the subject of the backwardness of the militia of Berkeley and Frederic...
I think every paper is now ready for you. They shall be delivered to you tomorrow morning if you...