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I arrived here last Tuesday after being detained hence six weeks longer than I intended by a...
Colo. Zane delivered your Letters to me in this Town, and as I had it not in my power to execute...
I was this morning informed that the Enemy had landed. A party of light Horse who was at Kemps...
[ Rich Neck, 22 Nov. 1780. In a letter to Gen. Robert Lawson, 24 Nov., TJ reports having received...
It happened unfortunately that from the Tenor of Mr. Wrays Lett[er] which gave us the first...
I have just receiv’d the inclos’d Letter from Wmsburg which gives the best account of the Enemy’s...
On my Way here this Evening I received Information that the Enemy had landed their whole Force at...
I am pained to the very Soul that we have not been able to prevent the Return of the Enemy, but...
Mr. Eppes, Doct. Griffin, Doct. Foushee, Mr. Hylton, Mr. Selden and others wish to serve in the...
The Enemy left a number of Horses at Westover which they had taken during their late incursion....