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The Coppy of The Officers (of the Virginia Regimt) Letter. To Lieut. Collo. Adam Stephen Commandr...
In mine from Hallifax I promised your Honour a particular detail of my remarks and observations,...
A Plan of the number of Forts, and strength necessary to each, extending entirely across our...
I am just returned from a tedious and troublesome tour around our frontiers which has afforded me...
On the 5th or 6th of October, We met with a papr in the Virginia Gazette intitled the Centinel N...
6Orders, 13–14 November 1756 (Washington Papers)
The Soldiers to parade to-morrow at 11 o’clock, to hear prayers: and this to be a standing order...
Letter not found: to Peter Hog, 15 Nov. 1756. On 8 Dec. 1756 Hog wrote to GW: “I am favoured with...
At a Council held Novemr 15th 1756. Present The Governor John Blair Peter Randolph William Nelson...
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...
At this place, on my way to Williamsburgh, I received your Honor’s letter of the 18th instant:...
12Orders, 29–30 November 1756 (Washington Papers)
A Return to be given in immediately of the number of men in this town, distinguishing the Drafts...
Letter not found: to John Carlyle, 30 Nov. 1756. On 2 Dec. 1756 Carlyle wrote to GW : “I was favd...
14Orders, 1–2 December 1756 (Washington Papers)
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When I wrote your Honor from Alexandria, I expected to have been at or near Fort Cumberland by...
I was favd with yours of the 30th Ulto, & Observe Your directions Abt Your orders for London &...
17Orders, 3–4 December 1756 (Washington Papers)
All the Officers in town except the Adjutant and Ensign Smith with 25 men, to provide themselves...
Since writing to your Honor yesterday, a very base and villainous scheme has been discovered;...
19Memorandum, 4 December 1756 (Washington Papers)
List of Drafts discharged from the Virginia Regiment; having served to the 1st December,...
20Orders, 5–7 December 1756 (Washington Papers)
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Yours by Mr Jones, was delivered to me this Evening—I know of no better expedient to relieve your...
22Memorandum, 7 December 1756 (Washington Papers)
Memorandum—Wrote to Capt. Hogg per Mr Jones ordering him to meet the Commissary & Paymaster with...
23Orders, 8 December 1756 (Washington Papers)
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I am informed you have enlisted one Patrick Murphy a Deserter from my Regiment who was confined...
I am favoured with yours of the 15th Accompanying the £500 with which I have paid off the Company...
26Orders, 9–10 December 1756 (Washington Papers)
A Sergeant, and ten men who can be best spared from the works to parade immediately, and march to...
Letter not found: to Robert Dinwiddie, 9 December 1756. On 15 Dec. 1756 Dinwiddie wrote to GW :...
At a Council held Decemr 9th 1756. The Governor was pleased to communicate to the Board, and to...
Capt. Mercer returned the 7th with sixteen of the Deserters; the other two escaped his diligence....
Your Letter of the 2d by Jenkins I recd two Days ago, & observe its Contents, the Return of Your...
31Orders, 11–13 December 1756 (Washington Papers)
It is once more desired that the men be kept close at work, according to a former Order given by...
I was not a little surprized to find what a quantity of provision had been consumed by your...
33Orders, 14–15 December 1756 (Washington Papers)
A Sergeant, and 8 men that can be best spared from the works, to parade immediately, to escort...
Yours of the 9th I have recd—I am glad Ct. Mercer has brought back sixteen of the Deserters, upon...
35Orders, 16–17 December 1756 (Washington Papers)
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The Quarter-Master is immediately to provide Quarters for 42 Recruits which will be in town this...
You are strictly required, immediately upon receipt of this, to transport your provisions and...
38Memorandum, 17 December 1756 (Washington Papers)
N.B. A Copy of the above Orders was sent to Captains Cocke & Lewis on the Branch. Wrote Capt....
Ensign Crawford has referred a dispute to me concerning his rank in the Army. I must determine in...
I recd your favour by Mr Ramsey and as soon as I could get the Committee together I communicated...
Your letter of the 10th came to hand the 15th. In consequence whereof I dispatched orders...
You are no stranger I presume to the late resolutions of the Governor & Council; the consequence...
Instructions. As I have received Orders from his Honor Governor Dinwiddie to repair to Fort...
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,...
A Return of the Strength and Disposition of the Virginia Regiment Commanded by Geo. Washington...
Letter not found: from Peter Hog, 1 Jan. 1757. On 26 Jan. 1757 GW wrote : “Yours from Staunton of...
Letter not found: to Thomas Bullitt, 1 Jan. 1757. On 24 Mar. 1757 Bullitt wrote to GW : “I Recd...
To the Right Honourable The Earl of Loudoun, General, and Commander in Chief of all His Majesty’s...
Your letter of the 27th ultimo came to hand the 9th instant—I wrote to your Honor by Capt....