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271Orders, 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 John Kirkpatrick, 17 July 1757. On 21 July 1757 Kirkpatrick wrote to GW: “I...
I have sent the enclosed to Colonel Lee, open to you, that you may peruse it, and afterwards...
Copy of a Letter sent to the County-Lieutenants of Fairfax, Prince-William, and Culpeper....
The Indians are so dissatisfied at Mr Atkins’ delay, that I am obliged to send this Express to...
Captains & their Names Dates of Comns Month  day  Year Lieutenants & their Names Dates of Comns...
Your favors of the 17th & 19th instant I have received. Captains Fairfax & Minor arrived here...
This Moment the Inclosed Letters came to my Hands. I have not lost a moments time in transmitting...
I was not a little surprized to find what a quantity of provision had been consumed by your...
You are strictly required, immediately upon receipt of this, to transport your provisions and...
You are ordered forthwith to go in pursuit of Wm Smith, a Deserter from the aforesaid regiment,...
I have had the pleasure of receiving your two favors both of the 22d instant. We were reinforced...
Letter not found: to Andrew Lewis, 2 June 1757. On 3 June 1757 GW wrote to Lewis : “In a letter...
Your favour of the 13th by Mr Boyd, I have received. The Draughts from Lunenburg are arrived, to...
A letter which I received from Capt. Mercer, upon my return to Alexandria, informs me, that 95...
286Memorandum, 17 June 1757 (Washington Papers)
Colo. Stanwix Send Colo. Carlyle’s Letter to him. Inform him that the Enemy have Mortar’s—by the...
Letter not found: from Richard Washington, 9 Sept. 1757. On 18 March 1758 GW wrote to Richard...
Invoice of Sundry Goods Shipd by Richd Washington pr the Sally Captn Dick, bound to Rappahannock...
May 26th 1757 Ensigns Hubbard & Price appointed Lts but to rank after Dangerfield & Fleming—This...
The Proceedings of a General-court-martial held at Fort Loudoun on the 25th & 26th Days of July...