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You are to remain at this place until my return; unless you receive orders to the contrary from...
An opportunity offering to Fredericksbg I thought it requisite to Acquaint you of Our progress, &...
Capt. Cocks after a Melancholy stay of ten days, Spent in Murmur, Silence, Complaints, Grief, and...
Thus far from Williamsburg and pritty much fatigued—On friday evening had the pleasure of...
I had your favour at Noon, before Which the Express had set out for Mount Vernon, after giving...
I share in the anxiety and concern that you must undoubtedly undergo in the present melancholy...
Letter not found: to John Kirkpatrick, 17 July 1757. On 21 July 1757 Kirkpatrick wrote to GW: “I...
I am honor’d with yours of the 17th inclosing a list of articles necessary for the Artillery...
I am honoured with your very kind letter by Mr Hamilton confirming the Obligations I lye under...
I intended before now to have taken the pleasure of writing you, but have always, some how, been...