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On the 5th or 6th of October, We met with a papr in the Virginia Gazette intitled the Centinel N...
Yr Letter of the 9th I recd with a Report of Yr Journey along our Frontiers—The abuses mention’d...
I reced your Favours by the Express and am extremely sorry to find you are made so uneasy in your...
I was favd with yours of the 30th Ulto, & Observe Your directions Abt Your orders for London &...
I am favoured with yours of the 15th Accompanying the £500 with which I have paid off the Company...
Your Letter of the 2d by Jenkins I recd two Days ago, & observe its Contents, the Return of Your...
Yours of the 9th I have recd—I am glad Ct. Mercer has brought back sixteen of the Deserters, upon...
I recd your favour by Mr Ramsey and as soon as I could get the Committee together I communicated...
Yours of the 19th by Jenkins I recd last Night—& do observe You have ordered the Garisons on the...
I am truly concerned at the uneasiness you are under in your present Situation, and the more so,...
Letter not found: from Peter Hog, 1 Jan. 1757. On 26 Jan. 1757 GW wrote : “Yours from Staunton of...
By order of Colo. John Carlyle of Alexandria I send You by the bearer John Spore —Two Matted...
After I had wrote to Capt. Mercer I find the Wagons will not Leave The Town before I finish This...
This Evening I had the Pleasure to receive your Favor of the 13th inst. I desird only a Sketch...
Yrs of the 12th I recd—I am very sorry for the Mutiny You mention on the So. Branch, & I greatly...
I detain’d Jenkins here till my Express arrived from Ld Loudoun. His Lordship has desired all the...
I recd yours by Mr Buchanan with the Cash to purchase Mrs Buckners Carpenter, but as I am...
I have been lately advised by my Friends to take a Step, which though it may tend to my...
It is not Agreeable to my Inclinations to be Thus Troublesom as to my Repeated Letters for Leave...
I had the honor to receive your letter from Fort Loudoun with one Inclosed to Lord Loudoun who...
I arrived here from New London a few days agoe and hearing you was at Philadelphia trouble you...
About 10 Daies agoe, there came to my House twenty Six Indians of the Cawtaba Nation, with two...
I rec’d your Favor from Philadelphia dated the 2d inst. since which finding the Governor likely...
I Recd yours Janry 1st wherein you was pleased to Signifie that I had not proceeded in a Regular...
as I have not bin Troublesom to you with Cilicitations on Acct of my Brothers prefermt make free...
Yesterday by the Return of Capt. Ouchterlony I had the Pleasure to enquire of Him concerning your...
I hope by the Time this reaches Your Hands that Govr Sharpe has relieved Fort Cumberland by...
I recd Yours of the 2d last Night & must refer You to mine of the 5th which I sent You by...
I have no Instruction at this time by which I Can act. I have Been at Wmsburg Latly as the...
Thursday and Friday last came to Town 148 Cherokees, with Major Lewis, and yesterday I spoke to...