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Editorial Note [Diaries 1:121]

[Diary entry: 11 October 1770] [Diaries 2:280]+

[Diary entry: 10 September 1784] [Diaries 4:17]+

To Thomas Cresap, 18 April 1754 [Colonial Series 1:83]+

IV., 1786 [Colonial Series 1:173]+

To Augustine Washington, 14 May 1755 [Colonial Series 1:273]

To William Fairfax, 7 June 1755 [Colonial Series 1:299]

To John Augustine Washington, 28 June–2 July 1755 [Colonial Series 1:325]

To Robert Dinwiddie, 14 January 1756 [Colonial Series 2:285]

From Adam Stephen, 30 March 1756 [Colonial Series 2:329]+

From Robert Stewart, 20 June 1756 [Colonial Series 3:210]

To John Hancock, 20 December 1776 [Revolutionary War Series 7:388]

Enclosure I: Report of the Maryland and Virginia Commissioners, 28 December 1784 [Confederation Series 2:238]

To Clement Biddle, 20 July 1790 [Presidential Series 6:105]

To Arthur Young, 5 December 1791 [Presidential Series 9:255]

To the United States Senate and House of Representatives, 18 February 1793 [Presidential Series 12:182]+

Enclosure: Memorandum on Land, 25 May 1794 [Presidential Series 16:133]

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– alarm at [13 references]

– and Pennsylvania road [1 reference]

– as base in Fort Duquesne expedition [1 reference]

– as rendezvous point [3 references]

– assistant commissary at [1 reference]

– Cherokee at [1 reference]

– Christmas at [1 reference]

– commanders at [2 references]

– complement of troops at [1 reference]

– conditions at [1 reference]

– construction at [1 reference]

– controversy over command at [15 references]

– controversy over garrisoning of [14 references]

– controversy over provisions at [22 references]

– council of war at [3 references]

– destruction of medicines at [2 references]

– disadvantages of [14 references]

– distances to [1 reference]

– expected attack on [2 references]

– explosion at [3 references]

– garrison strengthened [3 references]

– GW at [6 references]

– GW concedes Dagworthy was in command [2 references]

– GW's opposition to [5 references]

– hospital at [1 reference]

– inadvisability of GW's residing at [1 reference]

– Indian attack near [2 references]

– Indian goods at [3 references]

– Indians at [1 reference]

– John Robinson on [1 reference]

– misconduct at [2 references]

– monument erected at [1 reference]

– not to be abandoned [2 references]

– orders concerning defense of [1 reference]

– ordnance at [2 references]

– play performed at [1 reference]

– plot to capture [2 references]

– proposal for [1 reference]

– provisions at [5 references]

– reinforcing garrison at [6 references]

– returns of Maryland troops at [1 reference]

– returns of supplies at [2 references]

– returns of wagons at [1 reference]

– roads to [2 references]

– spies taken at [1 reference]

– stores at [2 references]

– stores removed from [1 reference]

– strategic importance of [1 reference]

– strengthening works at [9 references]

– to be defended [1 reference]

– to be manned [1 reference]

– troops at [7 references]

– turned over to Maryland troops [10 references]

– war proclaimed at [1 reference]

See Also

See also Cumberland (Md.)

See also Dagworthy, John

See also Fort Mount Pleasant (Fort Innes; Fort Cumberland; Md.)

See also Innes, James (d. 1759)

See also Livingston (Levingston), James (adjutant)

See also Stephen, Adam

See also Wills Creek (Md.)