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References

To John Hancock, 12 July 1776 [Revolutionary War Series 5:285]

From William Bradford, Sr., 14 September 1776 [Revolutionary War Series 6:307]

To Colonel George Baylor, 9 January 1777 [Revolutionary War Series 8:17]

From Bartholomew Dandridge, 16 January 1777 [Revolutionary War Series 8:80]

Orders to Lieutenant Colonel Robert Hanson Harrison, 16 February 1777 [Revolutionary War Series 8:347]+

To Major General John Sullivan, 15 March 1777 [Revolutionary War Series 8:581]+

From Lieutenant Colonel Samuel Smith, 26 October 1777 [Revolutionary War Series 12:23]

From John Parke Custis, October 1777 [Revolutionary War Series 12:73]

From Brigadier General Ebenezer Learned, 1 November 1777 [Revolutionary War Series 12:86]+

From Peter Labilliere, 4 November 1777 [Revolutionary War Series 12:121]

From Herman Zedwitz, 12 November 1777 [Revolutionary War Series 12:235]

To General William Howe, 14–15 November 1777 [Revolutionary War Series 12:257]+

From Brigadier General Thomas Nelson, Jr., 21–22 November 1777 [Revolutionary War Series 12:343]+

General Orders, 8 December 1777 [Revolutionary War Series 12:572]

From Bryan Fairfax, 8 December 1777 [Revolutionary War Series 12:575]

From Henry Laurens, 8 December 1777 [Revolutionary War Series 12:578]

From Daniel Kemper, 26 March 1778 [Revolutionary War Series 14:322]+

From Henry Laurens, 4 April 1778 [Revolutionary War Series 14:405]+

From General William Howe, 16 April 1778 [Revolutionary War Series 14:533]+

To Major General Johann Kalb, 24 April 1778 [Revolutionary War Series 14:613]+

From William Gordon, 25 April 1778 [Revolutionary War Series 14:620]

To Colonel George Baylor, 1 May 1778 [Revolutionary War Series 15:2]

From Major General Philemon Dickinson, 10 June 1778 [Revolutionary War Series 15:372]+

To Major General Horatio Gates, 12 June 1778 [Revolutionary War Series 15:383]+

From Major General Charles Lee, 15 June 1778 [Revolutionary War Series 15:406]+

To Henry Laurens, 20 June 1778 [Revolutionary War Series 15:482]+

To Major General Benedict Arnold, 21 June 1778 [Revolutionary War Series 15:485]+

From Colonel Daniel Morgan, 30 June 1778 [Revolutionary War Series 15:599]+

From Colonel William Richardson, 4 July 1778 [Revolutionary War Series 16:25]+

From Alexander Spotswood, 16 July 1778 [Revolutionary War Series 16:87]+

To Lund Washington, 15 August 1778 [Revolutionary War Series 16:315]

To Major General William Heath, 27 September 1778 [Revolutionary War Series 17:150]+

To Andrew Lewis, 15 October 1778 [Revolutionary War Series 17:389]

From William Fitzhugh, 2 January 1779 [Revolutionary War Series 18:556]+

From Major Henry Harnage, 27 March 1779 [Revolutionary War Series 19:625]+

From Captain Donald Campbell, 6 April 1779 [Revolutionary War Series 19:753]+

To Burwell Bassett, 22 April 1779 [Revolutionary War Series 20:161]+

From the Pennsylvania Supreme Executive Council, 24 April 1779 [Revolutionary War Series 20:197]

From Brigadier General Edward Hand, 26 April 1779 [Revolutionary War Series 20:219]

To Major General Benedict Arnold, 28 April 1779 [Revolutionary War Series 20:250]+

To Colonel William Malcom, 29 April 1779 [Revolutionary War Series 20:264]+

General Orders, 2 May 1779 [Revolutionary War Series 20:294]

To Brigadier General John Nixon, 13 May 1779 [Revolutionary War Series 20:475]+

To the Continental Congress Marine Committee, 25 May 1779 [Revolutionary War Series 20:612]+

From Major General Alexander McDougall, 30 May 1779 [Revolutionary War Series 20:698]+

From Achsah Chamier, 31 May - 11 June 1779 [Revolutionary War Series 20:704]+

From Samuel Carleton, 12 February 1790 [Presidential Series 5:135]+

Enclosure: William Davies to Beverley Randolph, 21 May 1790 [Presidential Series 6:187]

From Joseph Greenway, 15 September 1790 [Presidential Series 6:439]+

From the Commissioners for the District of Columbia, 14 March 1792 [Presidential Series 10:106]+

From Henry Knox, 16 August 1792 [Presidential Series 11:6]

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– accounts with D.C. commissioners [2 references]

– acting governor of [2 references]

– action on Thomas Howells's letter [1 reference]

– acts of [1 subentry]

– acts of assembly [49 subentries]

– address from assembly to GW [2 references]

– address to GW by legislature of [1 reference]

– adjutancies [4 subentries]

– advanced money from John Norton & Sons [1 reference]

– advertisement for land taxes [1 reference]

– agent in London [1 reference]

– agriculture in [18 references]

– aid to Chickasaw [1 reference]

– Amherst requests additional men for Cherokee campaign [1 reference]

– and Acadians [1 reference]

– and adjutancy of militia [1 reference]

– and amendments to U.S. Constitution [12 references]

– and Bank of the United States [1 reference]

– and Bermuda famine [1 reference]

– and breach of the 1783 Treaty of Paris [1 reference]

– and Canadian expedition [1 reference]

– and Cape Henry lighthouse [1 reference]

– and cession of western lands [1 reference]

– and Cherokee campaign [1 reference]

– and clothing for troops [2 references]

– and construction of blockhouse at Redstone Creek [1 reference]

– and defense of South Carolina [4 references]

– and excise law [1 reference]

– and Federal City [7 references]

– and federal district [4 references]

– and First U.S. Census [1 reference]

– and French encroachment in Ohio country [3 references]

– and funds for defense [2 references]

– and glebe lands [1 reference]

– and Governor Dinwiddie's proclamation [2 references]

– and GW's journey to French commandant [1 reference]

– and Indiana Co. [1 reference]

– and intercolonial conferences [3 references]

– and Judiciary [1 reference]

– and Kentucky [2 references]

– and location of Federal District [1 reference]

– and new government [1 reference]

– and nonimportation association [3 references]

– and Northwest Territory [3 references]

– and Potomac Company [1 reference]

– and Potomac River Company [1 reference]

– and prisoners [4 references]

– and provisions [2 references]

– and Revolutionary War purchasing [1 reference]

– and Robert Dinwiddie's Proclamation of 1754 [2 references]

– and separatist movement in Kentucky [1 reference]

– and St. Clair's defeat [1 reference]

– and the route of GW's Southern Tour [3 references]

– and U.S. Commissioners for Settling Accounts [2 references]

– Anglicans in [1 reference]

– appeals for protection from frontier counties of [1 reference]

– applications for office in [56 references]

– appointment and duties of deputy king's attorney [1 reference]

– appointment of justices for Fort Pitt area [1 reference]

– appointments of cavalry officers [1 reference]

– appointments to office in [4 references]

– appointments to U.S. Army from [2 references]

– appropriations for Federal City [6 references]

– appropriations for federal district [9 references]

– armed vessels [7 references]

– arms in [1 reference]

– arms manufactory in [1 reference]

– arms manufacture [3 references]

– army procurement [3 references + 4 subentries]

– army recruiting in [28 references + 1 subentry]

– army arrangement sent to [1 reference]

– army stores in [1 reference]

– arrears of pay to officers in Virginia line [1 reference]

– arrival of new lieutenant governor [3 references]

– arrivals in [1 reference]

– articles of war [1 reference]

– artillery regiment in [3 references]

– assembly [3 references]

– assembly elections [1 reference]

– assemblymen of [1 subentry]

– assistance for immigrants [1 reference]

– attempts to reduce duty on rum [1 reference]

– attempt to seize royal governor [2 references]

– attitudes toward new government [1 reference]

– attitude toward Pennsylvania insurgents in [7 references]

– attorney general of [3 references]

– auditor of [1 reference]

– authorizes lotteries [1 reference]

– battalion of levies [6 references]

– boundary disputes [11 references]

– bounties offered by [1 reference]

– bounty lands [15 references]

– Braddock campaign [6 references + 1 subentry]

– British debts in [2 references]

– British expedition to [23 references]

– British incursion anticipated [10 references]

– British intentions for [3 references]

– British invasion of [1 reference]

– British prisoners in [2 references]

– British threat to [16 references]

– capes of [1 reference]

– carriage sent to [1 reference]

– Cartagena campaign [1 reference]

– cavalry from [2 references]

– cavalry procurement in [6 references]

– cavalry raised at [1 reference]

– census of [1 reference]

– census returns from [1 reference]

– chancellor of [1 reference]

– chancery court [8 references]

– circular to commanding officers in [1 reference]

– clothing for troops [1 reference]

– clothing in [1 reference]

– Colonel Young rumored to be new governor [1 reference]

– commercial agent [1 reference]

– commissaries in [3 references]

– commissioner of loans for [1 reference]

– commissioners to negotiate Indian treaties [2 references]

– committee of safety [3 references]

– condition of Bland's regiment of horse [2 references]

– conference at Conococheague [1 reference]

– confiscates Loyalist estates [1 reference]

– confiscations from Loyalists in [1 reference]

– congressional delegation [4 references + 2 subentries]

– Congress orders erection of monument in [1 reference]

– Continental commander [7 references]

– Continental loan officer in [1 reference]

– Continental officers [30 references + 11 subentries]

– Continental regiments [96 references + 37 subentries]

– Continental troops [28 references + 57 subentries]

– convention [6 references]

– Convention Army in [18 references]

– Convention Army moved to [5 references]

– Convention Army to [18 references]

– convention guards [1 reference]

– cost of laborers in [1 reference]

– council [10 references + 69 subentries]

– council of state [4 references + 10 subentries]

– county lieutenants in [1 reference]

– court actions stopped by lack of Fee Bill [1 reference]

– courts of [11 references]

– customs appointments in [3 references]

– customs officials in [5 references]

– customs service in [2 references]

– debate on congratulations to GW [1 reference]

– debate on titles [1 reference]

– debates in assembly on commutables [3 references]

– debtor laws [1 reference]

– debt to U.S. [1 reference]

– Declaration of Rights [2 references]

– decline of ardor in [1 reference]

– defense of [63 references]

– delegates to First Continental Congress [1 reference]

– delegation in Congress [7 references + 1 subentry]

– deputy sheriffs [1 reference]

– description of [1 reference]

– deserters in [1 reference + 1 subentry]

– desertions from regiments [1 reference]

– destruction on frontier of [1 reference]

– difficulty of defending [1 reference]

– diseases in [1 reference]

– disestablishment of churches in [1 reference]

– disposition of troops [18 references]

– disputed boundaries [1 reference]

– disputes among officers over rank [3 references]

– dispute with Pennsylvania [2 references]

– dissolution of Burgesses leaves no defense except militia [1 reference]

– District of West Augusta formed [1 reference]

– drought in [5 references]

– Eastern Shore [2 references]

– elections [3 references]

– English emigrants in [1 reference]

– escheats British property [2 references]

– excise officials in [2 references]

– expenditures [1 reference]

– extradition controversy with Pennsylvania [3 references]

– Fairfax estate in [1 reference]

– federal excise officials in [1 reference]

– federal land grants to Continental veterans of [1 reference]

– federal officials from [1 reference]

– federal revenue cutter [1 reference]

– first federal elections in [12 references]

– fishing in [1 reference]

– flags of truce to [1 reference]

– flour from [3 references]

– forces vacate Fort Cumberland [1 reference]

– foreign loans [1 reference]

– fortifications proposed in [1 reference]

– Freemasonry in [2 references]

– French emigrants in [1 reference]

– French fleet near [1 reference]

– frontier defense [31 references]

– frontier operations [11 references]

– frontier policy of [1 reference]

– frontier settlements [1 reference]

– frontiers of [4 references]

– fugitives from [1 reference]

– furnaces in [1 reference]

– General Assembly [22 references + 136 subentries]

– general court [4 references + 23 subentries]

– geographical department of [1 reference]

– George Mercer's land in [1 reference]

– German settlers in [1 reference]

– Germans in [1 reference]

– gives GW stock in Potomac and James River companies [1 reference]

– Goodrich family of [1 reference]

– Governor Dinwiddie's proclamation [2 references]

– governor orders regiment to march against Cherokee [1 reference]

– governor refuses to grant further patents [1 reference]

– GW comments on public attitudes of [1 reference]

– GW's aides in [3 references]

– GW's flocks in [1 reference]

– GW's land interests in [3 references]

– GW's possible return to [1 reference]

– GW's tenants in [1 reference]

– GW's views on agriculture in [1 reference]

– guards from [1 reference]

– Henry Lee elected governor of [1 reference]

– Hessian prisoners in [1 reference]

– horses purchased in [5 references]

– hospitals [2 references]

– House of Burgesses [4 references + 65 subentries]

– house of delegates [2 references]

– illnesses in [1 reference]

– importation of machinery and artisans [1 reference]

– importation of N.C. whiskey into [1 reference]

– independent rifle company [1 reference]

– Indian affairs [2 references]

– Indian commissioners [1 reference]

– Indian depredations in [6 references]

– Indian murderers flee to [1 reference]

– Indian relations [4 references]

– Indians recruited in [1 reference]

– Indian treaties [1 reference]

– inhabitants [2 subentries]

– inheritance laws [2 references]

– inoculation efforts [6 references]

– ironworks in [4 references]

– issuing of licenses to trade with Indians [1 reference]

– jails in [2 references]

– John Robinson's lending of public money [1 reference]

– journey to [1 reference]

– judiciary appointments in [2 references]

– lack of support for new government in [1 reference]

– land confiscations in [1 reference]

– land grants [2 references]

– land in [2 references]

– land laws [2 references]

– Land Office [2 references]

– land patents [1 reference]

– land prices in [2 references]

– land speculation in [1 reference]

– lands ceded to Chickasaw Indians [1 reference]

– laws of [2 references + 2 subentries]

– lead from [2 references]

– lead mines and manufactories in [2 references]

– Lee family of [1 reference]

– legal problems in [1 reference]

– legal reform in [2 references]

– legislation [1 reference]

– legislators [1 reference]

– legislature [12 subentries]

– letter from GW to legislature of [1 reference]

– letter from senators to legislature of [3 references]

– letter to county lieutenants of [1 reference]

– liberties of subjects in [1 reference]

– light horse [11 references]

– lighthouses in [25 references]

– list of officer candidates from [1 reference]

– loans for Federal City [1 reference]

– Loyalist activities in [1 reference]

– Loyalists [6 references]

– mail delivery in [5 references]

– manufacturing in [2 references]

– maps of [1 reference]

– marine hospitals in [2 references]

– Martha Washington's return to [1 reference]

– merchants in [2 references]

– military compensation [1 reference]

– military districts of [12 references]

– military funds [4 references]

– military law [1 reference]

– military reserve [1 reference]

– militia [67 references + 8 subentries]

– militia officers [1 reference]

– militia officers' meeting [1 reference]

– militia used for protection during Pontiac's Rebellion [2 references]

– mills in [1 reference]

– money in too large notes to pay troops [1 reference]

– money lost in [1 reference]

– money voted for delegates to Continental Congress [1 reference]

– natives of [1 reference]

– navy [3 references]

– navy board [1 reference]

– need to develop trade with Indians [1 reference]

– new elections called [1 reference]

– new elections ordered [1 reference]

– new governor [2 references]

– new justices of peace ordered for Fort Pitt area [1 reference]

– newspapers [8 references]

– nonimportation associations [3 references]

– North Carolina troops in [1 reference]

– officers [2 subentries]

– officers for [1 reference]

– officers from [2 references]

– only two grants made under 1763 proclamation [1 reference]

– opposition to Anthony Wayne in [1 reference]

– opposition to excise taxes [9 references]

– opposition to National Bank [1 reference]

– orders out militia [1 reference]

– ordnance in [1 reference]

– overseers in [1 reference]

– oyer and terminer court [1 reference]

– paper money [6 references]

– pay for scouts [1 reference]

– paymaster of [2 references]

– payment of troops [1 reference]

– payments to Confederation government [1 reference]

– Pennsylvania officers solicit Dunmore for surveys of bounty land [1 reference]

– petitions to governor for bounty lands under 1754 proclamation [3 references]

– petitions to convention [1 reference]

– petitions to the legislature of [1 reference]

– physicians in [1 reference]

– pistole fee [1 reference]

– political contentment in [1 reference]

– politics in [9 references]

– postal service [1 reference]

– post roads in [1 reference]

– price of acreage in [1 reference]

– prices in [1 reference]

– prisoner ordered to [1 reference]

– prisoners in [5 references]

– privy council [1 reference]

– productivity of land in [1 reference]

– property laws of [1 reference]

– proposal to establish manufactures in [1 reference]

– proposal to move capital [2 references]

– proposed artillery regiment [3 references]

– proposed cavalry [1 reference]

– provisions from [1 reference]

– public opinion in [2 references]

– Quakers of [1 reference]

– Quakers sent to [3 references]

– quartermasters for [1 reference]

– rangers [1 reference]

– ratifies Bill of Rights [2 references]

– ratifies constitutional amendments [1 reference]

– ratifying convention [1 reference]

– rebuked by Board of Trade for paper emissions [1 reference]

– records of the General Court [1 reference]

– recruiting efforts in [50 references]

– recruitment of levies in [8 references]

– recruitment of temporary levies in [1 reference]

– recruits for Irish regiments in Braddock campaign [1 reference]

– recruits from [1 reference]

– refugees to [1 reference]

– Register's office [1 reference]

– regulation of tobacco [1 reference]

– reimbursement from U.S. government [1 reference]

– relations with Indians [7 references]

– relief for Saint Domingue refugees in [2 references]

– rent resistance movement [1 reference]

– requisitions [19 references]

– reserves land for veterans [1 reference]

– resolutions and addresses from citizens of [11 references]

– resolutions on discrimination [1 reference]

– revenue appointments in [2 references]

– revenue cutter [3 references]

– Revolutionary War agents for [1 reference]

– Revolutionary War debts [1 reference]

– Richard Henry Lee to [1 reference]

– rifle companies from [3 references]

– riflemen [14 references]

– river defense [1 reference]

– river jurisdiction [1 reference]

– rivers in [1 reference]

– roll of officers and soldiers in the Virginia Regiment of 1754 [1 reference]

– royal disallowance of the Two Penny Act [1 reference]

– salaries offered by [1 reference]

– saltpeter manufacture in [1 reference]

– Scottish laddies banished from [1 reference]

– Second Regiment [1 reference]

– sheep in [1 reference]

– shipbuilding in [1 reference]

– ships from [2 references]

– sick Frenchmen in [1 reference]

– skirmishes in [5 references]

– slave labor in [1 reference]

– slavery in [1 reference]

– slaves enlisted from [1 reference]

– slaves in [1 reference]

– smuggling in [1 reference]

– Society of the Cincinnati [1 reference]

– soldiers collected from [2 references]

– stagecoaches in [1 reference]

– state artillery [3 references]

– state chancellor of [1 reference]

– state loans commissioner [2 references]

– state marine hospital [1 reference]

– state regiments [5 references + 3 subentries]

– state regulation of ferries [1 reference]

– state store at Valley Forge [2 references]

– statutes [3 references]

– stores from [1 reference]

– supplies [6 references]

– supplies clothing [1 reference]

– upplies for troops of other colonies [5 references]

– supplies from [1 reference]

– supplies grain [1 reference]

– supplies in [6 references]

– support for GW in [1 reference]

– support for independence [2 references]

– takes Maryland forces into its pay [3 references]

– tax collection in [1 reference]

– taxes in [13 references]

– taxes to support military forces [1 reference]

– tenant revolt [2 references]

– textile manufacturing [1 reference]

– Thomas Jefferson's notes on [2 references]

– threatened by Dunmore [3 references]

– tobacco culture in [2 references]

– tobacco in [2 references]

– tobacco inspection act [2 references]

– tobacco inspectors for [2 references]

– treason acts [1 reference]

– treasurer [1 reference]

– treasury exhausted [1 reference]

– troops from [9 references]

– troops of to provide guard for GW [1 reference]

– troops sent to [1 reference]

– U.S. district attorney for [2 references]

– uses Maryland arms [1 reference]

– U.S. excise service in [5 references]

– vacancies in [1 reference]

– Virginia Conventions [6 references]

– Virginia State Regiment [1 reference]

– virtue departs from [1 reference]

– volunteer companies [2 references]

– volunteer corps from [2 references]

– volunteers [2 references]

– votes in Congress [2 references]

– vulnerability to attack [3 references]

– wagons carrying goods from [2 references]

– war declared by governor [2 references]

– warm springs [1 reference]

– wheat crop in [1 reference]

– wheat in [1 reference]

– William Byrd's lottery in [1 reference]

– William Lee and [1 reference]

– women in [1 reference]

– woolen manufacturing in [2 references]

See Also

See also Kentucky District (Va.)

See also Loyalists