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From Robert Dinwiddie, 3 August 1754 [Colonial Series 1:182]

To William Fairfax, 11 August 1754 [Colonial Series 1:186]

To William Fairfax, 11 August 1754 [Colonial Series 1:187]

To James Innes, 12 August 1754 [Colonial Series 1:189]+

To Robert Dinwiddie, 20 August 1754 [Colonial Series 1:190]

From James Innes, 8 September 1754 [Colonial Series 1:206]+

To John Hancock, 4–5 August 1775 [Revolutionary War Series 1:224]

From Jonathan Trumbull, Sr., 7 August 1775 [Revolutionary War Series 1:268]+

General Orders, 2 September 1775 [Revolutionary War Series 1:398]+

From Colonel Alexander McDougall, 2 January 1776 [Revolutionary War Series 3:12]+

From Major General Charles Lee, 5 January 1776 [Revolutionary War Series 3:31]

From Major General Charles Lee, 24 January 1776 [Revolutionary War Series 3:183]

To John Hancock, 9 February 1776 [Revolutionary War Series 3:280]

To John Hancock, 14 February 1776 [Revolutionary War Series 3:307]

From Lund Washington, 29 February 1776 [Revolutionary War Series 3:396]

General Orders, 20 March 1776 [Revolutionary War Series 3:499]+

General Orders, 21 March 1776 [Revolutionary War Series 3:501]+

From Colonel Jacob Bayley, 15 April 1776 [Revolutionary War Series 4:68]

From Jonathan Allen, 20 April 1776 [Revolutionary War Series 4:94]+

From Commodore Esek Hopkins, 1 May 1776 [Revolutionary War Series 4:183]+

To John Hancock, 5 May 1776 [Revolutionary War Series 4:212]

From Lord Stirling, 1 June 1776 [Revolutionary War Series 4:422]

From Brigadier General John Sullivan, 24 June 1776 [Revolutionary War Series 5:93]

To Major General Artemas Ward, 11 July 1776 [Revolutionary War Series 5:277]

From Brigadier General Hugh Mercer, 14 July 1776 [Revolutionary War Series 5:310]+

To the New York Convention, 11 August 1776 [Revolutionary War Series 5:668]

General Orders, 13 August 1776 [Revolutionary War Series 6:2]

General Orders, 31 August 1776 [Revolutionary War Series 6:177]+

To John Hancock, 31 August 1776 [Revolutionary War Series 6:179]+

To John Hancock, 7 September 1776 [Revolutionary War Series 6:243]+

To John Hancock, 14 September 1776 [Revolutionary War Series 6:308]

To Nicholas Cooke, 17 September 1776 [Revolutionary War Series 6:324]

From the New York Committee of Safety, 10 October 1776 [Revolutionary War Series 6:529]

From Jonathan Trumbull, Sr., 11 October 1776 [Revolutionary War Series 6:542]

From Lieutenant General William Howe, 5 December 1776 [Revolutionary War Series 7:265]+

To John Hancock, 8 December 1776 [Revolutionary War Series 7:275]+

From Charles Thomson, 11 December 1776 [Revolutionary War Series 7:303]+

To Major General Horatio Gates, 14 December 1776 [Revolutionary War Series 7:334]+

Orders to Brigadier General William Maxwell, 21 December 1776 [Revolutionary War Series 7:403]+

To Colonel John Cadwalader, 24 December 1776 [Revolutionary War Series 7:426]+

To John Hancock, 29 December 1776 [Revolutionary War Series 7:477]

From Major General Joseph Spencer, 11 July 1777 [Revolutionary War Series 10:251]+

From Major General Philip Schuyler, 14 July 1777 [Revolutionary War Series 10:280]

General Orders, 17 July 1777 [Revolutionary War Series 10:302]+

From Major General William Heath, 23 July 1777 [Revolutionary War Series 10:377]+

To Brigadier General Henry Knox, 8 January 1778 [Revolutionary War Series 13:181]

To Captain John Barry, 12 March 1778 [Revolutionary War Series 14:155]+

From Brigadier General Lachlan McIntosh, 23 March 1778 [Revolutionary War Series 14:284]+

From Major General Israel Putnam, 29 March 1778 [Revolutionary War Series 14:358]+

From Colonel Israel Shreve, 4 May 1778 [Revolutionary War Series 15:33]

To Brigadier General William Maxwell, 7 May 1778 [Revolutionary War Series 15:75]

From a Council of War, 9 May 1778 [Revolutionary War Series 15:84]

From Brigadier General William Maxwell, 11 May 1778 [Revolutionary War Series 15:105]+

To Colonel Stephen Moylan, 24 May 1778 [Revolutionary War Series 15:212]+

To Silas Deane, 25 July 1778 [Revolutionary War Series 16:165]+

To Henry Laurens, 3–4 August 1778 [Revolutionary War Series 16:239]

General Orders, 25 August 1778 [Revolutionary War Series 16:368]+

To Major General John Sullivan, 13 September 1778 [Revolutionary War Series 16:602]+

To Henry Laurens, 11 November 1778 [Revolutionary War Series 18:100]

From Major General Horatio Gates, 13 November 1778 [Revolutionary War Series 18:133]

From Colonel George Gibson, 13 November 1778 [Revolutionary War Series 18:135]

From Brigadier General Edward Hand, 18 November 1778 [Revolutionary War Series 18:190]

From Colonel Theodorick Bland, 20 November 1778 [Revolutionary War Series 18:218]+

From Colonel Theodorick Bland, 21 November 1778 [Revolutionary War Series 18:248]

From Lieutenant Colonel Udny Hay, 22 November 1778 [Revolutionary War Series 18:256]

From Brigadier General Jacob Bayley, 23 November 1778 [Revolutionary War Series 18:259]

From Brigadier General Jacob Bayley, 23 November 1778 [Revolutionary War Series 18:261]

To Henry Laurens, 27 November 1778 [Revolutionary War Series 18:310]

To Richard Peters, 27 November 1778 [Revolutionary War Series 18:313]+

To Major General Israel Putnam, 27 November 1778 [Revolutionary War Series 18:315]

From Brigadier Generals James Clinton and Edward Hand, 28 November 1778 [Revolutionary War Series 18:319]

To Colonel Thomas Clark, 4–7 December 1778 [Revolutionary War Series 18:362]+

To Henry Laurens, 4 December 1778 [Revolutionary War Series 18:366]+

From Major General Benjamin Lincoln, 5–6 January 1779 [Revolutionary War Series 18:577]

From Major General Alexander McDougall, 19 January 1779 [Revolutionary War Series 19:32]

From Brigadier General William Maxwell, 27 February 1779 [Revolutionary War Series 19:282]

From John Jay, 17 March 1779 [Revolutionary War Series 19:515]+

From Colonel Daniel Brodhead, 21 March 1779 [Revolutionary War Series 19:551]

To Major General Alexander McDougall, 28 March 1779 [Revolutionary War Series 19:640]+

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– abundance [4 references]

– accounts [3 references]

– administration [4 references]

– advertisements for [1 reference]

– allowances [22 references]

– along Hudson River [12 references]

– American [19 subentries]

– American evacuation of [16 references]

– American procurement of [7 references]

– American shortages [10 references + 1 subentry]

– amounts stored [1 reference]

– and Canadian expedition [5 references]

– and choice of army camp [4 references]

– and Congress [15 references]

– and Convention Army [2 references]

– and difficulties in recruiting [1 reference]

– and possible attack on New York City [3 references]

– and prisoners [16 references]

– and summer campaign plans [5 references]

– and winter campaign [3 references]

– and winter quarters [8 references]

– arrive from Great Britain [1 reference]

– as plunder [4 references]

– as ship cargo [1 reference]

– at Albany [3 references]

– at Boston [1 reference]

– at each fort [1 reference]

– at Fort Cumberland [3 references]

– at Fort Dinwiddie [2 references]

– at Fort Duquesne [2 references]

– at Fort Lee [1 reference]

– at Fort Loudoun [4 references]

– at Fort Washington [3 references]

– at Lancaster, Pa. [1 reference]

– at Mount Vernon [1 reference]

– at New York City [7 references]

– at Pearsal's [2 references]

– at Philadelphia [3 references]

– attempt to collect from destroyed British warships [1 reference]

– at Ticonderoga [3 references]

– at Winchester [4 references]

– availability of [1 reference]

– bad food [1 reference]

– bakers [1 reference]

– baking and cooking of [5 references]

– banditti gobble [1 reference]

– ban on exports [4 references]

– beef [6 references]

– blankets [18 references]

– borrowed [1 reference]

– borrowed blankets [1 reference]

– bread [5 references]

– British [25 references + 28 subentries]

– British and Hessian [5 references + 5 subentries]

– British destruction of [1 reference]

– British procurement of [14 references]

– British seek to capture [1 reference]

– British shortage [13 references]

– British supplies [122 references]

– building materials [2 references]

– building materials for fort [2 references]

– burned [1 reference]

– butchers [2 references]

– camp equipage [1 reference]

– camp kettles [2 references]

– captured [20 references]

– captured by Americans [27 references]

– captured from British [1 reference]

– capture of [20 references]

– Carolina cattle [20 references]

– carried by soldiers [9 references]

– carried to New York City [1 reference]

– casks of [1 reference]

– cattle [48 references]

– civilians supply to British [1 reference]

– civilian trade in [19 references]

– collected [10 references]

– collection of [1 reference]

– commissaries of [1 reference]

– commissions [3 references]

– company of bakers [1 reference]

– comparison of water and land conveyance [1 reference]

– confiscated [2 references]

– confiscation of [3 references]

– Congress's resolutions on [1 reference]

– Connecticut supplies [4 references]

– consumed [2 references]

– consumed by militia [2 references]

– Continental accounts and returns of [4 references]

– Continental army's supplies [4 references]

– Continental distribution of [19 references]

– Continental magazines and depositories [16 references]

– Continental supplies [27 references]

– contractors for [2 references]

– contracts for [19 references]

– convoy of [2 references]

– convoys and escorts for [16 references]

– cooked [2 references]

– cooking and preparation of [23 references]

– cooking of [17 references]

– corn purchased [1 reference]

– cost of [4 references]

– cost of carrying from Philadelphia [1 reference]

– creation of magazines [2 references]

– curing of [1 reference]

– damage and destruction of [9 references]

– damaged [1 reference]

– delay of [1 reference]

– delivery of [1 reference]

– deposits of on road [1 reference]

– destroyed [4 references]

– destroyed by British [6 references]

– destruction of [1 reference]

– destruction of crops [6 references]

– destruction of medicine [1 reference]

– difficulties of distributing [2 references]

– difficulty in getting [2 references]

– disorganization of commissary general [1 reference]

– disposal of damaged provisions [1 reference]

– dispute over [15 references]

– disputes over [21 references]

– dissatisfaction with [4 references]

– distribution of [12 references]

– distribution of captured [1 reference]

– drawn [6 references]

– during Fort Necessity campaign [1 reference]

– eggs and almonds for GW [1 reference]

– embargo on [3 references]

– embargos [6 references]

– embezzlement of [4 references]

– estimated needs for [1 reference]

– estimates of needs [1 reference]

– evacuation of [11 references]

– exchanged [1 reference]

– expected [1 reference]

– exported [1 reference]

– famine aid [3 references]

– feeding of GW's staff [10 references]

– fish [2 references]

– fleets [1 reference]

– flour [11 references]

– forage [9 references]

– for American armed vessels [6 references]

– for American fortifications [7 references]

– for American guards [3 references]

– for American prisoners [5 references]

– for Bermuda [6 references]

– for British and Hessians [10 references]

– for British army [4 references]

– for British forces [11 references]

– for British prisoners [1 reference + 1 subentry]

– for campaign against Six Nations (Sullivan's expedition) [19 references]

– for Canada [44 references]

– for Canadian reinforcements [5 references]

– for cavalry [1 reference]

– for civilians [2 references]

– for Continental army [16 references + 4 subentries]

– for Delaware River forts [9 references]

– for detached parties [1 reference]

– for detachments [11 references]

– for distressed civilians [1 reference]

– embargo on [2 references]

– export of [2 references]

– for flying camp [6 references]

– for Fort Dinwiddie [2 references]

– for forts [2 references]

– for Fort Schuyler [2 references]

– for Fort Stanwix [4 references]

– for French fleet [15 references]

– for French navy [3 references]

– for frontier military action [5 references]

– for frontier operations [20 references]

– for frontier posts [2 references]

– for garrisons [10 references]

– for Gentlemen Associators [1 reference]

– for guards [2 references]

– for GW [6 references]

– for GW's slaves [1 reference]

– for hospital [1 reference]

– for hospitals [3 references]

– for Hudson Highlands [2 references]

– for Indians [50 references]

– for laborers [1 reference]

– for light horse [2 references]

– for march to New York [8 references]

– for Maryland forces [4 references]

– for Maryland militia [1 reference]

– for Maryland troops [3 references]

– for militia [49 references]

– for New York [2 references]

– for northern department [8 references]

– for orderly sergeants [1 reference]

– for Pennsylvania forces [5 references]

– for Pittsburgh [2 references]

– for poor of Boston [1 reference]

– for possible Canadian expedition [2 references]

– for possible march eastward [8 references]

– for posts on Lake Champlain [2 references]

– for prisoners [46 references + 2 subentries]

– for prisoners of war [12 references]

– for Quebec expedition [10 references]

– for rangers [5 references]

– for recruits [2 references]

– for Rhode Island expedition [7 references]

– for settlers [4 references]

– for sick [7 references]

– for sick soldiers [2 references]

– for small forts [1 reference]

– for soldiers' families [4 references]

– Fort Cumberland [3 references]

– for the march [9 references]

– for the sick [1 reference]

– for Virginia Regiment in South Carolina [2 references]

– for volunteers [1 reference]

– for wagon drivers [1 reference]

– fraud and waste [8 references]

– fraud in [5 references]

– from Carlisle [1 reference]

– from Continental Navy Board [4 references]

– from innkeepers [1 reference]

– from New Jersey [1 reference]

– from settlers [2 references]

– from West Indian markets [3 references]

– frontier [11 references]

– funds for [11 references]

– gnawed by wolves [1 reference]

– graft [14 references]

– grindstone [1 reference]

– grindstones [3 references]

– gristmills [7 references]

– guarding of [2 references]

– guards [1 reference]

– GW given authority to seize [1 reference]

– GW orders seizure [1 reference]

– GW questions sufficiency of provisions to capture and hold Fort Duquesne [1 reference]

– GW's camp equipage [1 reference]

– GW's views on [1 reference]

– illegally traded [8 references]

– impressment of [2 references]

– in 1759 expedition [1 reference]

– in Augusta County [2 references]

– in Canada [12 references]

– in Connecticut [8 references]

– indemnification payments [3 references]

– Indian goods [10 references]

– in Eastern Department [1 reference]

– in Fort Necessity campaign [2 references]

– in Hudson Highlands [13 references]

– in Maryland [3 references]

– in Massachusetts [3 references]

– in Middle Department [1 reference]

– in New Jersey [17 references + 1 subentry]

– in New York [11 references]

– in New York City [15 references]

– in northern department [23 references]

– in Northern Department [1 reference]

– in order of march [1 reference]

– in Pennsylvania [5 subentries]

– in Philadelphia [1 reference]

– in plenty [1 reference]

– in Southern Department [1 reference]

– instructions concerning [77 references]

– instructions on [36 references]

– instructions regarding [21 references]

– in Western Department [2 references]

– Irish beef [6 references]

– Irish butter [1 reference]

– issued [11 references]

– issued at New York [35 references]

– John Robinson on [1 reference]

– kettles [2 references]

– king's stores [6 references]

– lack of [4 references]

– lack of in Boston jail [1 reference]

– lack of steelyards for measuring [1 reference]

– left in Boston [5 references]

– left open to British [1 reference]

– liquor [19 references]

– list of goods from Carlisle [1 reference]

– looting of [2 references]

– loss and waste of [5 references]

– Loyalists hide [1 reference]

– Loyalists supply [1 reference]

– magazines [87 references]

– magazines on Long Island Sound [2 references]

– measures for protection of [1 reference]

– militia feast upon [2 references]

– militia supplied with [1 reference]

– millers refuse to grind wheat [3 references]

– missing [1 reference]

– need for [51 references]

– need for storehouse at Winchester [1 reference]

– neglect and waste of [3 references]

– number of men to be fed [1 reference]

– on Braddock Road [1 reference]

– on Fort Necessity campaign [1 reference]

– on Long Island [2 references]

– on ships [1 reference]

– ordered [2 references]

– orders for [6 references]

– ovens [3 references]

– payment for in Virginia paper money [1 reference]

– Pennsylvania butchers buy in Virginia [4 references]

– plan for victualing the army [2 references]

– policies and procedures [3 references]

– poor quality [1 reference]

– pork [6 references]

– preparation [10 references]

– preparation and issue [14 references]

– preservation of [10 references]

– prices [41 references]

– procedures [2 references]

– procurement [62 references + 1 subentry]

– prospects [2 references]

– protection [1 reference]

– provided by sutlers [1 reference]

– provision magazines [5 references]

– public stores at Winchester [2 references]

– punishment for giving Indians liquor [1 reference]

– purchase of [49 references]

– rations [126 references + 4 subentries]

– rations allowed [7 references]

– receipt for [1 reference]

– regulation of prices of [1 reference]

– removal and safeguarding of [43 references]

– removal from near enemy lines [4 references]

– removal of [2 references]

– removed from Philadelphia [3 references]

– report on stores in New England [1 reference]

– reports on [1 reference]

– returns [81 references]

– returns of needed items [2 references]

– returns sought [1 reference]

– robbed [1 reference]

– sale of [3 references]

– salt supply [1 reference]

– scarcity of [13 references]

– securing and removal of [12 references]

– seized [12 references]

– seizures [2 references]

– sent for GW by Samuel Stalnaker [1 reference]

– sent forward [1 reference]

– sent to camp [3 references]

– sent to New York [2 references]

– shipment of [28 references]

– shortage at Ticonderoga [4 references]

– shortage in Maine [1 reference]

– shortage in New Hampshire [5 references]

– shortages [232 references + 2 subentries]

– slaughterhouses [1 reference]

– soaked by rain [1 reference]

– sold to civilians [3 references]

– sought by British [9 references]

– speculation and hoarding [6 references]

– speculation in [1 reference]

– spoiled [5 references]

– statement on [1 reference]

– state regulations [2 references]

– stockpiled [1 reference]

– stolen by Indians [1 reference]

– storage of [4 references]

– stored [1 reference]

– stored between Fort Cumberland and Raystown [1 reference]

– storehouses erected at Pittsburgh [1 reference]

– storehouses for [14 references]

– stores left at Winchester [1 reference]

– supplied to enemy [2 references]

– supplies of [5 references]

– supplying Pittsburgh [2 references]

– sutlers [1 reference]

– thefts of [1 reference]

– threatened [1 reference]

– thrown in the river [1 reference]

– to be sent to Winchester [1 reference]

– to be supplied in Augusta County [2 references]

– transported [120 references]

– trough [4 references]

– types of [97 subentries]

– unfit for use [2 references]

– Virginia and [2 references]

– wagons for [3 references]

– waste and embezzlement of [4 references]

– waste and fraud [6 references]

– waste of [4 references]

– West Indian markets [3 references]

– withheld from half-starved men [1 reference]

See Also

See also Alcohol and alcoholism

See also Bakers

See also Beer

See also Camp equipment

See also Carlyle, John

See also Clothing

See also Commissaries

See also Commissary general

See also Commissary general of issues

See also Commissary general of purchases

See also Continental Congress

See also Dick, Charles

See also Forage

See also Health

See also Liquor

See also Livestock

See also Ordnance

See also Rangers

See also Rum

See also Transport

See also Virginia military forces

See also Virginia Regiment: commissary

See also Walker, Thomas (1715-1794)

See also Wine