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We this morning received certain Information of the Arrival of a considerable Fleet of the Enemy...
Genl. Muhlenberg having found it necessary to employ in this state some Continental arms, we are...
I take the liberty of laying before your Excellency a return made me this morning of our...
The State of our Magazine renders it essential that we do not lose a single arm. There is no...
The Act of Assembly having expired under which we have hitherto proceeded to impress waggons and...
I inclose you a militia commission to Mr. Triplett merely to comply with the letter of the law,...
I inclose you a copy of a letter I have received from Baron Steuben and must rest on you the...
The enemy moved down the river from Westover yesterday. I wrote by express to Genl. Nelson this...
I was honor’d with your Excellency’s Letter of Yesterday at this place. Two Hundred of...
Hearing of 744 Militia from Rockbridge and Augusta and Rockingham on the road through Albemarle,...