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You are to have regard to such order and Orders as you shall receive from Captain Stewart,...
It is much against my desire, to give you trouble in your Circumstance; but as I am informed that...
Agreeable to what Past when last I had the Honr of Confering with You—Inclosed are copys of the...
You are to detach 20 of your worst Rangers, to do Duty at Fort Loudoun, under Lieutt Smith; who...
The Stationing of the Rangers in Fort Loudoun gives Such general discontent to the Inhabitants...
It gives me real Concern to trouble you further—but the Continued Complaints of the inhabitants...
The Punctual discharge of every trust, in you reposed—Your humane and Equitable treatment of each...
Letter not found: to Robert Rutherford, 29 July 1758. On 31 July Rutherford wrote to GW : “I...
I Received Your kind favour of the 29th in a Large Packet. the other Letters therein Contained, I...
It is with Singular pleasure I congratulate Your Excellency on this Short relaxation from the...