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Full text of "List of the Washington manuscripts from the year 1592 to 1775"

LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 



LIST OF THE 
WASHINGTON MANUSCRIPTS 

FROM THE YEAR 
1592 TO 1775 



PREPARED FROM THE ORIGINAL MANUSCRIPTS 
IN THE LIBRARY OF CONGRESS BY 

JOHN C. FITZPATRICK 
ASSISTANT CHIEF, MANUSCRIPT DIVISION 



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PREFATORY NOTE 



The Washington Papers, purchased by the Government in 1834 
and 1849, have been repaired, mounted, and bound in 302 royal 
folio volumes. This is the main part of the collection. In addi 
tion to these there are 36 volumes of original diaries, 32 volumes 
of record letter books, 58 volumes of accounts and miscellany, and 
44 volumes of what is known as the Varick Transcript (nearly all 
of these are still in the original bindings), making a total of 472 
volumes in the entire collection. 

The list here printed covers the first 15 volumes and a part of 
the sixteenth volume of the 302-volume set, beginning with the 
earliest papers and ending with Washington's copy of the Penn 
sylvania Packet which gives an account of the American losses at 
the battle of Bunker Hill, June 17, 1775. The next paper in the 
collection is Washington's commission as commander in chief, dated 
June 19, 1775, at which point the Revolutionary War papers of the 
collection properly begin. 

The list catalogues every individual paper and volume in the 
collection up to June 19, 1775. The volumes of record letter books 
are noted in their chronological order; but the contents of these 
volumes are not entered in the list, as each volume, with the excep 
tion of "Invoices and Letters, 1755-1765, December 6-September 
22," contains its own index. 

The analytical index printed herewith furnishes a subjective group 
ing of the Washington Papers during the Colonial period, which 
makes them now for the first time easy of exact consultation. 

Calendars of the papers covering the Revolutionary War period, 
June 19, 1775, to December 23, 1783, have been published by the 
Library. These are: Correspondence with the Continental Congress, 
'Washington , Government Printing Office, 1906, 1 volume, and Cor 
respondence with the Military Officers of every rank and service, Wash 
ington, Government Printing Office, 1915, 4 volumes. In these cal 
endars, however, the correspondence with the civil authorities (known 
as Series C) and the personal letters were omitted. 

J. C. FITZPATRICK, 
Assistant Chief, Manuscript Division. 

HERBERT PUTNAM, 

Librarian of Congress, 

Washington, D. C., April 15, 1919. 



in 



LIST OF THE WASHINGTON MANUSCRIPTS 

1592-1775 



CHRONOLOGICAL ARRANGEMENT 

1592. WASHINGTON FAMILY. Arms and crest. 1, 1. 

1657. Genealogical account from John and Lawrence, 

the emigrants. Press copy of A. D. S. by 
Washington in 1792. 1, 2. 

[1674] May 24. WASHINGTON, Henry. Indenture of royal grant 
of land for the benefit of the four daughters 
of Col. Henry Washington, Penelope, Katherine, 
Elizabeth, and Mary. Parchment. M. 

1696/7. WASHINGTON, George. Pedigree. (By Sir Isaac 
Heard) 1791. 1,6. 

1697, May 6. HAYWOOD, Martha. Will. Contemp. attested 
copy. 1, 13. 

1697/8, Jan. 22. WASHINGTON, John. Will. Contemp. attested 
copy. 1, 14. 

[1697/8, Jan.] WASHINGTON FAMILY. Genealogical memo 
randa. 1, 15. 

1697/8, Mar. 11. WASHINGTON, Lawrence. Will. Contemp. 
attested copy. 1, 16. 

1708, Dec. 3. CUSTIS, John. WiU. Contemp. attested copy. 

1', 17. 

1711, June 6. PERRY, Micajah. London. To John Custis, A, 
L. S. 1, 20. 

1743, Apr. 1 1 . WASHINGTON, Augustine. Will. Contemp. 
copy. 1, 21. 

1745. WASHINGTON, George. School copy book. A. D. S. 
1 v. f. M. 

[1745?]. Forms of writing and Rules of Civility and Decent 

Behavior. A. D. 1 v. f . M. 

1747, Mar. 11-Apr. 13. Diary: Journey over the mountains, 
youthful letters, poems, survey notes, etc. 
A. D. 1 v. 16. M. 

1747. School copy book. A. D. f. Sheets, unbound. 

(Page 104 of this has Washington's early draw 
ing of Mount Vernon hills and the Mansion 
House.) M. 

114726 19 1 1 



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1747-1799. WASHINGTON, George. Transcript of diary, made 
under the direction of Dr. J. M. Toner. 39 
vols. f. M. 

1748, June 13. FAIRFAX COUNTY, Virginia. PoU of votes. 

1,24. 

1749, July 19. WASHINGTON, Augustine. To Lawrence Wash 

ington. A. L. S. 1, 24a. 

1749, July-Nov. WASHINGTON. Survey memoranda. A. D. 

S. f. Sheets, unbound. M. 

1749-1750, Nov. 2-Nov. 3. WASHINGTON. Survey memo 
randa. A. D. 1 v. 12. M. 

1750-1752, Nov. 6-Apr. 6. -WASHINGTON. Survey memo 
randa. A. D. 1 v. 12. M. 

1750-1772. WASHINGTON. Accounts: "Ledger A." A. D. 

1 v. sm. f . M. 

1751, Diary: Journey to Barbadoes. A. D. 1 v. 16. 

Unbound. M. 

1752, June 20. WASHINGTON, Lawrence. Will. Contemp. 

copy. 1, 25. 

[1752, July 29.] MASON, George. To Washington. A. L. S. 

1,27. 

1753, Feb. 22. NELSON, William. York. To Washington. 

A. L. S. 1, 28. 
[1754?, Mar .-Oct.] VIRGINIA TROOPS. Proposed establish 
ment. 1, 29. 

1754, May 24. VAN BRAAM, Jacob. [Wills Creek.] Morning 

report. A. D. S. 1, 23. 

[1754, May.] WASHINGTON. Pay roU of the Virginia regiment. 
A. D. 1, 30. 

1754, June 5. CARTER, Charles. Fredericksburg. To Wash 
ington. A. L. S. 1, 32. 

June 17. CARLYLE, Sarah. To Washington. A. L. S. 

1, 33. 

- June 17. CARLYLE, John. Alexandria. To Washington. 

A. L. S. 1, 34. 

- June 21-22. VIRGINIA TROOPS. Provision return. 

1, 35. 

- June 24. FAIRFAX, Bryan. Alexandria. To Washington. 

A. L. S. 1, 36. 
-June 25. DINWIDDIE, Robert. Williamsburg. To Wash 
ington. L. S. 1, 37. 

- June 27. To Washington. L. S. 1, 38. 

See after 1, 41 for 1, 39. 

June 28. CAMPBELL, Daniel. Falmouth [England]. To 

Washington. A. L. S. 1, 40. 



WASHINGTON MANUSCRIPTS 6 

1754, June 28. CARLYLE, John. Alexandria. To Washington. 
A. L. S. 1,41. 

June 28. COUNCIL OF WAR. Gist's [plantation]. Proceed- 

. ings. 1, 39. 

[1754, June.] [WEST, John, jr.] [Wills Creek.] Return of new 

recruits. 1, 42. 

1754, July 1. [WASHINGTON.] Morning return of regiment. 1, 43. 

July 3. WASHINGTON. RoU of officers and soldiers who 

engaged in service of colony before the battle of 
the [Great] Meadows. A. D. S., and dated 
April 30, 1771. 1, 44. 

- July 5. INNES, James. Winchester. To Washington. 
A. L. S. 1, 46. 

July 5. FAIRFAX, W[illiam]. Alexandria. To Washington. 

A. L. S. 1, 47. 

July 9. [HOG, Peter.] [WiUs Creek.] Return of his com 
pany. 1, 48. 

July 9. Return of his company. 1, 49. 

July 9. STOBO, Robert. [Wills Creek.] Return of his 

company. 1, 49. 

July 9. MERCER, George. WiUs Creek. Return of his 

company. A. D. S. 1, 50. 

July 9. Return of his company. A. D. S. 1, 50. 
July 9. VAN BRAAM, Jacob. [WiUs Creek.] Return of 

his company. 1, 51. 

July 9. List of his company. 1, 52. 

-July 9. [LEWIS, Andrew.] [Wills Creek.] Return of his 
company. A. D. of Washington. 1, 53. 

[1754, July 9.] Return of his company. 1, 54. 

[ July 9.] [STOBO, Robert.] [Wills Creek.] Return of his com 
pany. 1, 55. 

[ July 9.] [WASHINGTON.] Roll of officers and soldiers who 

engaged in service of colony before the battle of 
the [Great] Meadows according to returns at 
Wills Creek and payrolls at Alexandria, July 29, 
1764. A. D. 1, 57. 

July 10. FAIRFAX, Wfilliam]. Belvoir. To Washington. 

A. L. S. 1, 59. 

[1754, July 23.] [WASHINGTON.] Memorandum of minutes of the 
[Virginia] Council, Feb. 23, Apr. 27 and July 18 
on men to be raised, pay, etc. Also a general 
return of the Virginia regiment at Winchester, 
July 23. A. D. 1,60. 

1754, July 29. VIRGINIA TROOPS. Pay roll of officers and Capt. 
Stobo's company. 1, 61. 



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1754, July 29. VIRGINIA TROOPS. Pay bill of the Virginia regi 
ment commencing May 29 and ending July 29, 
paid by Washington. 1, 62. 

See after 1, 80 for 1, 63 and 1, 64. 

Aug. 1. DINWIDDIE, Robert. Williamsburg. To Wash 
ington. L. S. 1, 65. 

Aug. 3. To Washington. L. S. 1, 66. 

-Aug. 11. INNES, James. Winchester. To Washington. 
A. L.S. 1,67. 
Aug. 11. PEYROUNY, [William], Chev. de. Return of pres 
ent state of the Virginia regiment at Alexandria. 
A. D. S. 1, 69. 
1754-1755, Aug. 11-Dec. 25. WASHINGTON. Letters, orders and 
instructions. Iv. f. 313 pp. No. 1. M. 
1754, Aug. 14. VIRGINIA TROOPS. First regiment. Return of . 

1, 70. 

Aug. 15. Report of. 1, 70. 

Aug. 27. MACKAY, James. Wills Creek. To Washington. 

A. L. S. 1, 68. 

Aug. 27. RIDOUT, I. Annapolis. To [Washington]. A. L. S. 

1,71. 
See after 1, 74 for 1, 70. 

Sept. 3. MACRAE, Allan. Dumfries. To Washington. 

A. L. S. 1, 72. 
Sept. 5. FAIRFAX, W[illiam]. Williamsburg. To Washing 
ton. Recent copy. 1, 73. 

- Sept. 5. PEYROUNY, [William], Chev. de. To [Washington]. 

A. L. S. 1, 74. 

- Sept. 8. INNES, James. Wills Creek. To Washington. 

A. L. S. 1, 75. 

[1754, Sept. 8.] VIRGINIA TROOPS. First Regiment. Return 
of. 1, 70. 

1754, Sept. 11. DINWIDDIE, Robert. Williamsburg. To [Wash 
ington]. L. S. 1, 76. 

- Sept. 15. ROBINSON, John. To Washington. A. L. S. 

1,77. 

Sept. 20. SHARPE, Horatio. St. Mary's County. To Wash 
ington. L. S. 1, 78. 

Sept. 27. INNES, James. Mount Pleasant. To Washington. 

L. S. 1, 79. 

- Sept. 28. MACKAY, James. Mount Pleasant. To [Washing 

ton]. A. L. S. 1, 80. 

Sept. 29. [WASHINGTON.] Pay bill of detachment sent to 

Augusta under Capt. [Andrew] Lewis. A. D. 

1,63. 



WASHINGTON MANUSCRIPTS 5 

1754, Sept. 29. [VAN BRAAM, Jacob.] Pay roll of company. 

1, 64. 

Oct. 1. SHARPE, Horatio. Annapolis. To [Washington]. 

L. S. 1, 81. 

Oct. 14. RIDOUT, I. Annapolis. To Washington. A. L. S. 

1, 82. 

Oct. 15. VIRGINIA TROOPS, First regiment. Return of 

names, arms, and accoutrements. 1, 83. 
Oct. [WASHINGTON] Regimental accounts. 1, 84, 85. 

- Nov. 4. FITZHUGH, William. Rousby Hall. To [Wash 

ington]. A. L. S. 1, 86. 

Nov. 12. GREAT BRITAIN, Crown. Orders for settling the 
rank of army and provincial officers in America. 
Leaflet. 1, 87. 

Dec. 13. MERCER, John. Opinion on will of Lawrence 

Washington. A. D. S. 1, 88. 

[1754, Dec.] PENDLETON, Edmund. Opinion on will of Law 
rence Washington. A. D. S. 1, 89. 

[1754 ?] [WASHINGTON.] Account of money paid the officers and 
soldiers of the Virginia regiment. 1, 95. 

1754. [HOG, Peter.] Account of tools received for building the 
fort on the Roanoke [Vass's]. 1, 91. 

[1754?] Inventory of stores belonging to the garrison at Vause's 
delivered to Lt. [Thomas] Bullett, 1, 92. 

[1754.] MORRIS, Robert H[unter]. [Philadelphia.] To [Washing 
ton]. L. S. 1, 93. 

[1754?] VASS' FORT, on the Roanoke River. Inventory of 
stores. 1, 93. 

1754. VIRGINIA TROOPS, First regiment. List of names of 

men who have received bounty money. 1, 94. 

See after 1, 89 for 1, 95. 

First regiment. List of balances due from sundries on ac 
count of their claims to land under the proc 
lamation of 1754. 1, 96. 

1755, Jan. 4. MARTIN, B[ryan]. Greenway Court. To [Washing 

ton]. A. L. S. 1, 97. 

See after 2, 262 for 1, 98 and 99. 

- Jan. 19. PEYROUNY, [William] Chev. de. Receipt. A.D.S. 

1, 100. 

- Jan. 29. COCKS, William and John JONES. Receipt. 1,100. 

- Feb. 26-June 17. [WASHINGTON]. Orderly book of orders 

of Maj. Gen. [Edward] Braddock on the expe 
dition against Fort Duquesne. A. D. 2 v. un 
bound. M. 
[1755, Feb.] WAGGENER, Thomas. Receipt for pay arrears for 
various members of his company. 1, 101. 



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1755 7 Mar. 2. ORME, Robert. Williamsburg. To [Washington]. 
A. L. S. 1, 102. 

- Mar. 2-Dec. 6. WASHINGTON. Letter book. A. L. S. 1 

v. f. (Known as "Letter Book relating to 
Braddock's Defeat/') M. 

Apr. 5. STORES, MILITARY. Account of provisions in 

store and received Mar. 29 to Apr. 5, also 
account of provisions issued at Alexandria. 

1, 103. 

May 13. MACRAE, Allan. Dumfries. To [Washington]. A. 

L. S. 1, 104. 

- May 15. BRADDOCK, E[dward]. Instructions to Wash 

ington. D. S. 1, 105. 

-May 23. SHIRLEY, W[illiam]. Fort Cumberland. To 

[Robert Hunter] Morris. Recent copy. 1, 106. 

[1755, May ?] [BRADDOCK, Edward]. Order of march. " Diagram. 

1, 107. 

1755, June 19. MORRIS, Roger. To Washington. Recent copy. 

1, 108. 

- June 28. FAIRFAX, W[illiam]. Williamsburg. To [Wash 

ington]. A. L. S. 1, 109. 

July 9. STROTHER, Anthony. Frederick. To Washington. 

A. L. S. 1, 110. 

-July 11. INNES, James. Fort Cumberland. "To all whom 

it may concern" Con temp. copy. 1, 111. 

July 18. WASHINGTON. Fort Cumberland. To [Robert 

Dinwiddie]. Contemp. copy. 1, 112. 

July 18. ORME, Robert. Fort Cumberland. To [Robert 

Hunter Morris]. Recent copy. 1, 113. 

July 26. FAIRFAX, W[illiam]. Belvoir. To [Washington]. 

A. L. S. 1, 114. 

July 31. ORD, Thomas and James FURNIS. Fort Cumber 
land. Instructions to John Defever. Contemp. 
copy. 1, 115. 

Aug. 8. LUDWELL, Philip. Williamsburg. To Washing 
ton. A. L. S. 1, 116. 

Aug. 14. DINWIDDIE, Robert. Williamsburg. Instruc 
tions to Washington. D. S. 1, 117. 

Aug. 14. Memorandum for Washington. D. S. 1, 118 

[1755, Aug. 14?] LEWIS, Charles. Warner's Hall. To [Washing 
ton]. A. L. S. 1, 119. 

1755, Aug. 21. MASON, G[eorge]. Dogue Neck. To Washington. 
A. L. S. 1, 120. 

- Aug. 25. ORME, Robert. To [Washington]. A. L. S. 1, 121. 

- Aug. 30. MARTIN, John. To [Washington]. A. L. S. 1, 122. 



WASHINGTON MANUSCRIPTS 7 

[1755] Aug. McKENZIE, Robert. Return of stores at Pearsall's 
Fort. A. D. S. 1, 123. 

[1755, Aug.-Sept. ?] [WASHINGTON]. List of officers of the First 
Virginia regiment. 1, 124. 

1755, Sept. 2. HARRISON, Carter. Williamsburg. Receipt to 
Washington. D. S. 1, 125. 

- Sept. 2. McKENZIE, Robert. Williamsburg. Receipt to 

Washington. D. S. 1, 125. 

- Sept: 2. WEEDON, George. Williamsburg. Receipt to 

Washington. D. S. 1, 126. 

- Sept. 5. BALL, Joseph. Stratford [England]. To Washing 

ton. A. L. S. 1, 127. 

- Sept. 6. DICK, Charles. To [Washington]. A. L. S. 1, 128. 

- Sept. 6. FRAZER, George. Fredericksburg. Receipt to 

Washington. D. S. 1, 129. 

- Sept. 8. [COCKE, Thomas]. Journal from Sept. 8 to Oct. 20. 

A. D. 1, 130. 

-Sept. 11. CARLYLE, John. Alexandria. Provision return. 

A. D. S. 2, 131. 

- Sept. 14. ROBINSON, John. To [Washington]. Recent 

copy. 2, 132. 
Sept. 16. STEWART, Robert. Return of his troop of light 

horse. 2, 133. 
Sept. 17. DICK, Charles. List of Indian goods at Fort 

Cumberland. A. D. S. 2, 134. 

Sept. 17. JONES, John. Conocagea. To Washington. A, 

L S. 2, 135. 

- Sept. 17. STARK, William. Fort Cumberland. Return of 

the nine American companies. D. S. 2, 136. 

- Sept. 18. DEFEVER, John. Fort Cumberland. Return of 

artillery stores. D. S. 2, 137. 

- Sept. 18. BUCKNER, Mordecai. Fort Cumberland. Return 

of stores. A. D. S. 2, 138. 

-Sept. 18. McLEAN, Allan. Fort Cumberland. Receipt. D. 

S. 2, 139. 

- Sept. 19. Receipt. A. D. S. 2, 140. 

- Sept. 20. Return of horses delivered. A. D. S. 2, 157. 

- Sept. 22. SHEPHERD, Andrew and Charles DICK. Memo 

randum of agreement. 2, 141. 

Sept. 23. HOG, Peter. Fort Dinwiddie. To [Washington]. 

A. L. S. 2, 142. 

- Sept. 23. FORT DINWIDDIE, Virginia. Return of stores 

at. 2, 143. 

Sept. 23. DICK, Charles. Winchester. Receipt. A. D. S. 

2, 144. 



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1755, Sept. 23. STEWART, Robert. Return of men, horses, arms, 
etc., of his troop of light horses. D. S. 2, 145. 

- Sept. 23. HOG, Peter. Fort Dinwiddie. Pay bill for com 

pany. A. D. S. 2, 146. 

Sept. 23. Return of first company of the Virginia regiment. 

A. D. S. 2, 147. 

- Sept. 25. STEPHEN, Adam. Fort Cumberland. To [Wash 

ington.] A. L. S. 2, 148. 

- Sept. 25. CARTER, Landon. To [Washington]. A. L. S. 

2, 149. 

- Sept. 27. STEPHEN, Adam. Fort Cumberland. To [Wash 

ington]. A. L. S. 2, 150. 

- Sept. 27. State of the Provincial [Virginia] troops at Fort 

Cumberland. A. D. S. 2, 152. 

- Sept. 27. TAYLOE, John. To Col. John Champe. A. L. S. 

2, 151. 

- Sept. 29. BROCKENBROUGH, William. To Washington. 

A. L. S. 2, 153. 

- Sept. 29. JORDAN, W. To Col. John Champe. A. L. S. 

2, 154. 

- Sept. 29. HOG, Peter and John McNEILL. Fort Dinwiddie 

Weekly return of first company of the Virginia 
regiment. D. S. 2, 156. 

- Sept. 30. CHAMPE, John. To Washington. A. L. S. 2, 155. 

See after 2, 140 for 2, 157. 

- Oct. 1. HOG, Peter and John McNEILL Monthly return of 

first company of the Virginia regiment. D. S. 

2, 158. 
[1755, Oct. L] [LOWRY, John.] Pay roU. A. D. 2, 159. 

- [Oct. 1.] BELL, David. Pay due his company at Win 

chester. 2, 160. 

1755, Oct. 2. SNIGGERS [Snickers], Edward. Account against 

the country. 2, 161. 

- Oct. 2. DEFEVER, John. Fort Cumberland. To Lt. Col. 

[Adam] Stephen. Return of artillery stores. 

A. D. S. 2, 162. 

-Oct. 4. STEPHEN, Adam. Winchester. To [Washington]. 

A. L. S. 2, 163. 

- Oct. 6. HOG, Peter. Fort Dinwiddie. To [Washington]. 

A. L. S. 2, 164. 

- Oct. 6. Weekly return of the first company of the Virginia 

regiment. A. D. S. 2, 165. 

-Oct. 7. CARTER, Landon. To [Washington]. A. L. S. 

2, 166. 

- Oct. 13. HOG, Peter. Fort Dinwiddie. To Washington. 

A. D. S. 2, 167. 



WASHINGTON MANUSCRIPTS 9 

1755, Oct. 13. HOG, Peter. Weekly return of the first company of 
the Virginia regiment. A. D. S. 2, 168. 

- Oct. 14. PRENTIS & WITHERS. Williamsburg. To Wash 

ington. A. L. S. 2, 169. 

- Oct. 15. GIST, Christopher. Opechon. To Washington. 

A. L. S. 2, 170. 

- Oct. 15. WEEDON, George. Winchester. Pay roll. A. D. S. 

2, 171. 

- Oct. 16. LEWIS, Charles. Pay roll. D. S. 2, 172 & 173. 

- Oct. 16. WILLIAMS, John. Winchester. Pay roll. D. S. 

2, 174. 

- Oct. 16. MERCER, George and Henry WOODARD. Return 

of men belonging to companies of. 2, 175. 

Oct. 17. CARLYLE, John. West's. To Washington. A. L. 

S. 2, 176. 

Oct. 17. WOODWARD, H[enry]. Account of money laid out 

for the soldiers on the march. D. S. 2, 177. 

Oct. 18. DINWIDDIE, Robert. Williamsburg. To Wash 
ington. L. S. 2, 178. 

Oct. 18. BULLITT, Thomas. Alexandria. To [Washington]. 

A. L. S. 2, 179. 

- Oct. 20. FAIRFAX, William. Williamsburg. To [Wash 

ington]. A. L. S. 2, 180. 

- Oct. 20. WEEDON, George. Receipt. D. S. 2, 181. 
Oct. 21. COCKS, William. List of company of rangers. 

2, 182. 

Oct. 21. ASHBY, John. Return of 2d company of rangers. 

2, 183 & 184. 

Oct. 23. CRITTENDEN, Abraham. Receipt. A. D. S. 

2, 184. 
Oct. 26. McLEAN, Allan. Receipt. A. D. S. 2, 185. 

- Oct. 30. CHAMPE, John. To [Washington]. Recent copy. 

2, 186. 

-Nov. 1. MORRIS, Roger. Philadelphia. To Washington. 
A. L. S. 2, 187. 

Nov. 1. GIST, Christopher. Philadelphia. To [Washington]. 

A. L. S. 2, 188. 

Nov. 3. HOG, Peter. Fort Dinwiddie. To Washington. 

A. L. S. 2, 189. 

- Nov. 3. DAGWORTHY, John. Fort Cumberland. Orders. 

Con temp, attested copy. 2, 190. 

Nov. 3. HOG, Peter. Fort Dinwiddie. Monthly return of his 

company. A. D. S. 2, 191. 

- Nov. 6. STEPHEN, Adam. Winchester. To [Washington]. 

A. L. S. 2, 192. 



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1755, Nov. 7. STEPHEN, Adam. Winchester. To [Washington]. 
A. L. S. 2, 193. 

Nov. 8. VIRGINIA ASSEMBLY. Committee resolves. Con- 
temp, copy. 2, 194. 

Nov. 8. HOG, Peter. Fort Dinwiddie. Estimate of pro 
visions for the first company of the Virginia regi 
ment. Contemp. copy. 2, 195. 

No. 9. EYRE, Littleton. Williamsburg. Receipt. D. S. 

2, 196. 

- Nov. 10. ORME, Robert. Nantasket Bay. To [Washing 

ton]. A. L. S. 2, 197. 

Nov. 18. WASHINGTON. Fredericksburg. To [Lt. Col. 

Adam Stephen.] A. L. S. 2, 198. 
[1755] Nov. 18. McLEAN, Allan. Memorandum of weight of cattle. 

A. D. S. 2, 200. 

1755, Nov. 18. DICK, Charles. Receipt. A. D. S. 2, 201. 

- Nov. 21. STEWART, Robert. Winchester. To [Washing 

ton]. A. L. S. 2, 202. 

Nov. 22. STEPHEN, Adam. Winchester. To [Washington]. 

A. L. S. 2, 203. 

Nov. 24. GIST, Christopher. Lancaster. To [Washington]. 

A. L. S. 2, 204. 

Nov. 26. FLEMING, William. Fort Dinwiddie. To Wash 

ington. A. L. S. 2, 205. 

Nov. 26. HOG, Peter. Fort Dinwiddie. To [Washington]. 

A. L. S. 2, 206. 

Nov. 26. WALKER, Thomas. Winchester. To Washington 

A. L. S. 2, 207. 

Nov. 26. HOG, Peter. John McNEILL and Will. FLEMING. 

Fort Dinwiddie. Weekly return of first com 
pany of the Virginia regiment. D. S. by Hog. 

2, 208. 

Nov. 28. WASHINGTON. To [Lt. Col. Adam Stephen]. 

A. L. S. 2, 209. 

Nov. 29. Fort Dinwiddie. Weekly return of first company of 

the Virginia regiment. D. S. 2, 208. 

- Nov. 29. STEPHEN, Adam. Winchester. To Washington. 

A. L. S. 2,211. 

- Nov. 29. HOG, Peter. Fort Dinwiddie. To [Washington]. 

A. L. S. 2, 212. 

- Dec. 1. WILLIAMS, John. Alexandria. Pay roll of recruits. 

A. D. (Signature missing.) 2, 213. 

Dec. 2. [WASHINGTON]. Winchester. Account of cash ex 

pended for use of the expedition at Winchester. 
A. D. 2, 214. 



WASHINGTON MANUSCRIPTS 11 

1755, Dec 3. STEPHEN, Adam. Winchester. To Washington. 
A. L. S. 2, 215. 

- Dec. 4. McNEILL, John. Winchester. To [Washington]. A. 

L. S. 2, 216. 

- Dec. 4. WALKER, Thomas. Winchester. To Washington. 

A. L. S. 2, 217. 

- Dec. 4. BLAGG, John. Pay roll. A. D. S. 2, 218. 

- Dec. 4. LEWIS, Joshua. Pay roll of recruits enlisted. A. D. 

(Signature missing.) 2, 219. 

- Dec. 4. [WASHINGTON.] Memorandum of cash account 

with various officers. 2, 220. 

- Dec. 5. SMITH, James. Receipt for pay. D. S. with mark. 

2, 228. 

- Dec. 5. STEWART, Robert. Winchester. To [Washington]. 

A. L. S. 2, 221. 

1755-1766, Dec. 6-Sept. 22. WASHINGTON. Invoices and letters. 
A. D. S. 1 v. sm. f. M. 

1755, Dec. 8. WASHINGTON. List of lands for which I paid 
quitrents in 1755. List of lands given unto the 
clerk of Fairfax County in 1758 to be taxed. 
List of quitrent lands, 1760. List given unto 
clerk of Fairfax, 1760. A. D. S. 2, 222. 

- Dec. 8. HOG, Peter, and William FLEMING. FortDinwiddie. 

Weekly return of first company of the Virginia 
regiment. A. D. S. 2, 223. 

- Dec. 8. McLEAN, Allan. Fort Cumberland. Return of cat 

tle. A. D. S. 2, 224. 

See after 2, 230 for 2, 225 and 2, 226. 

Dec. 8. BAKER, J., JR. Account against Washington for pay 

for self and recruits. A. D. S. 2, 229. 

- Dec. 8. STEPHEN, Adam. Fort Cumberland. Return of 

light horse and foot belonging to Washington's 
Virginia regiment. D. S. 2, 230. 

- Dec. 9. Fort Cumberland. To Washington. A. L. S. 

2, 225. 

- Dec. 11. [WASHINGTON.] Fairfax County poll. A. D. 

2, 226. 

See after 2, 232 for 2, 228. 

Dec. 12. BYRD, W[illiaml. Williamsburgh. To [Washing 
ton]. Con temp. copy. 2, 231. 
Dec. 14. DINWIDDIE, Robert. Williamsburg. To Wash 
ington. L. S. 2, 232. 

- Dec. 15. WILLIAMS, John. Receipt for pay. D. S. 2, 228. 

- Dec. 16. ROBINSON, John. To [Washington]. A. L. S. 

2, 233. 



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1755, Dec. 16. [WASHINGTON.] Memorandum of sheets of bills 
delivered to J[ohn] Mercer. 2, 234. 

Dec. 17. HOG, Peter. Fort Dinwiddie. To [Washington], 

A. L. S. 2, 235. 

Dec. 17. WALKER, Thomas. Fort Cumberland. To Wash 
ington. A. L. S. 2, 236. 

Dec. 17. Fort Cumberland. To Washington. A. L. S. 

2, 237. 

- Dec. 18. [WASHINGTON.] Fort Cumberland. Return of 

regiment commanded by. 2, 238. 

- Dec. 21. STEPHEN, Adam. Fort Cumberland. To [Wash 

ington]. A. L. S. 2, 239 

- Dec. 22. HOG, Peter, John McNEILL and William FLEMING. 

Fort Dinwiddie. Weekly return of first com 
pany of the Virginia regiment. D. S. ^ 2, 240. 

- Dec. 23. STEWART, Robert. Return of detachment of light 

horse at Grasses Guard. A. D. S. 2, 240. 

- Dec. 23. STEPHEN, Adam. Fort Cumberland. To Wash 

ington. A. L. S. 2, 241. 

- Dec. 23. Fort Cumberland. Return of regiment com 

manded by Washington. D. S. 2, 242. 

1755-1756, Dec. 26-Sept. 18. WASHINGTON. Letters, orders, 
and instruments. 1 v. f. 360 pp. No. .2 
(Old No. 3.) M. 

1755, Dec. 26. WALKER, Thomas. Fort Cumberland. To Wash 
ington. A. L. S. 2, 243. 

- Dec. 26. STEPHEN, Adam. Fort Cumberland. To [Wash 

ington]. A. L. S. 2, 244. 

- Dec. 26. MONGER, William. Account for smith work against 

the Virginia expedition. A. D. S. 2, 245. 

- Dec. 28. WASHINGTON. Winchester. To [Lt. col. Adam 

Stephen]. A. L. S. 2, 246. 

- Dec. 29. COCKS, William. Weekly return of company of 

Rangers. 2, 248. 

- Dec. 29. ASHBY, John. Weekly return of 2d company of 

Rangers. 2, 248. 

- Dec. 29. HOG, Peter, JohnMcNEILL and William FLEMING. 

Fort Dinwiddie. Weekly return of 1st company 
of the Virginia regiment. D. S. 2, 248. 

- Dec. 30. DUNCANSON, Robert. Ferdericksburg. To [Wash 

ington]. A. L. S. 2, 249. 

Dec. 30. STEPHEN, Adam. Fort Cumberland. To [Wash 
ington], Recent copy. 2, 250. 

Dec. 31. PRITCHARD, Samuel. Account against [Capt. 

Robert Stewart's] troop of Virginia light horse. 

2,251. 



WASHINGTON MANUSCRIPTS 13 

[1755, Dec.] LEWIS, Charles. Receipts of his company for pay. 

2, 252. 

[ Dec.] McKENZIE, Robert. Receipts of six men of his com 
pany for pay. Attested by McKenzie. 2, 253. 

[1755.] [SHARPS, Horatio.] Speech to the Cherokees. Contemp. 
copy. 2, 254. 

[1755?] LEWIS, Andrew. Pay roll of company. 2, 255. 

MERCER, George. Pay roU of company. 2, 256. 

HOG, Peter. Memorandum of cash account. 2,257. 

1755-1758. WASHINGTON. Military accounts with the colony of 
Virginia. 1 v. 4. M. 

1755-1758. WASHINGTON. Receipt book for cash expended for 
the Virginia forces. 1 v. 8. 56 pp. M. 

1756, Jan. 6. COURT OF INQUIRY. Winchester. Proceedings 
on Thomas Norris's enlistment. 2, 258. 

Jan. 7. Winchester. Proceedings on Ensign [Lehaynsius] 

DeKeyser's breach of the Articles of War. 2, 259. 

Jan. 12. ASHBY, John. Weekly return of second company of 

Rangers commanded by. 2, 260. 

Jan. 12. CARLYLE, John. Alexandria. To [Washington]. 

A. L. S. 2, 261. 

Jan. 15. STEWART, Robert. Return of detachment of light 

horse. D. S. 2, 262. 

Jan. 15. HOG, Peter, John McNEILL and William FLEMING. 

Fort Dinwiddie. Weekly return of first company 
of the Virginia regiment. D. S. 2, 262. 

Jan. 15. VIRGINIA TROOPS. Noncommissioned officers 

and soldiers "Belong* to the American Troops." 
Pay receipts at Fort Cumberland. Endorsed: 
"Receipts for Capt. Chr. Gist's men & Ens. Char 
ters." 1, 98. 

Jan. 16. [WASHINGTON.] Regiment of. Pay receipts of 

noncommissioned officers and soldiers belong 
ing to Col. George Washington's regiment and 
Capt. Robert Stewart's troop of light horse at 
Fort Cumberland, for December, 1755. 1, 99. 
- Jan. 16. COURT OF INQUIRY. Fort Cumberland. Pro 
ceedings on Lt. William Stark's conduct. 

2, 263. 

Jan. 17. STEPHEN, Adam. Return of regiment commanded 

by Washington. D. S. 2, 264. 

Jan. 18. Fort Cumberland. To [Washington]. A. L. S. 

2, 265. 

Jan. 21. TRENT, William. Mouth of Conicocheg. To [Wash 
ington]. A. L. S. 2, 266. 



14 LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

1756, Jan. 22. DINWIDDIE, Robert. WiUiamsburg. To Wash 
ington. A. L. S. 2,267. 

Jan. 22. WITHERS, William. Williamsburg. To Washing 
ton. A. L. S. 2, 268. 

Jan. 22. HOG, Peter, John McNEILL and William FLEMING. 

Fort Dinwiddie. Weekly return of first com 
pany of the Virginia regiment. D. S. 2, 269. 

Jan. 23. NICHOLAS, Robert Carter. Williamsburg. To 

[Washington]. A. L. S. 3, 270. 

Jan. 25. LEWIS, Charles. Fredericksburg. To Washington. 

A. L. S. 3,271. 

Jan. 27. ROBINSON, John. To [Washington]. A. L. S. 

3, 272. 

Jan. 27. HOG, Peter. Fort Dinwiddie. To Washington. 

A. L. S. 3, 273. 

- Jam 29. HOG, Peter, John McNEILL and William FLEMING. 
Fort Dinwiddie. Weekly return of first com 
pany of the Virginia regiment. D. S. 3, 274. 

Jan. 31. STEPHEN, Adam. Fort Cumberland. To [Wash 
ington]. A. L. S. 3, 275. 
Fort Cumberland. Return of regiment commanded 
by Washington. D. S. 3, 276. 

[1756, Jan.] McKENZIE, Robert. Receipts of members of his com 
pany for pay for January. Attested by Mc- 
Kenzie. 3, 277. 

[ Jan.] [WASHINGTON.] Regiment. Receipts of noncom 
missioned offfcers and soldiers of Washington's 
regiment and Capt. Robert Stewart's troop of 
light horse for pay for the month of January at 
Fort Cumberland. 3, 278. 

[ Jan.] HOG, Peter. Receipts of members of his company for 

pay for the month of January. 3, 279. 

[ Jan.] WAGGENER, Thomas. Receipts of members of his 
company for pay for the month of January. 

3, 280 and 281. 

[ Jan.] [WASHINGTON.] Receipts of members of his regi 
ment and Capt. Robert Stewart's troop of light 
horse for January. 3, 282. 

[ Jan.] [WASHINGTON.] Receipts of members of his regi 
ment for pay for January. 3, 283. 

1756, Feb. 3. HOG, Peter. Fort Dinwiddie. To [Washington]. 
A. L. S. 3, 285. 

- Feb. 4. LEWIS, Joshua. Fort Cumberland. Receipts of 
members of his company for pay for January. 

3, 284, 



WASHINGTON MANUSCRIPTS. 15 

1756, Feb. 12. HUGHES, W. Watkinses Ferry. To [Washington]. 
A. L. S. 3, 286. 

- Feb. 17. LEWIS, Andrew. Fort Frederick. Receipts of 

members of his battalion for arrears to March 1, 
1755. 3, 287. 

- Feb. 18. COCKE, Thomas. Receipts of members of his com 

pany for pay for January. 3, 288. 

- Feb. 26. CARTER, Landon. To Washington. A. L. S. 

3, 289. 

[- - Feb.] VIRGINIA TROOPS. Receipts for pay for February. 

3, 290. 

[ - Feb.] McKENZIE, Robert. Receipts of members of his 
company for pay for February. Attested by 
McKenzie. 3, 291. 

[ - Feb.] COCKE, Thomas. Receipts of members of his com 
pany for pay for February. 3, 292. 

- Mar. 2. ORME, Robert. To Washington. A. L. S. 3, 293. 

- Mar. 4. CHEW, Joseph. New London. To Washington. 

A. L. S. 3, 294. 

- Mar. 5. SHIRLEY, W[illiam]. Boston. To [Washington]. 

L. S. 3, 295. 

- Mar. 8. SHARPE, Horatio. Annapolis. To the command 

ing officer of Virginia forces at Fort Cumberland. 
Contemp. copy. 3, 296. 

- Mar. 12. [VIRGINIA ASSEMBLY.] Act authorizing building 

a fort at Winchester [Fort Loudoun]. Contemp. 
extract. 3, 297. 

- Mar. 19. DICK, Charles. Philadelphia. Receipt to Wash 

ington. A. L. S. 3, 298. 

- Mar. 23. DUMAS. Fort Duquesne. Instructions to Ensign 

Donville. A. D. S. (In French.) 3, 299. 

- Mar. 27. MONROW, John. Receipt to Capt. Joshua Lewis. 

A. D. S. 3, 300. 

- Mar. 29. STEPHEN, Adam. Fort Cumberland. To [Wash 

ington]. A. L. S. 3,301. 

- Mar. 29. Fort Cumberland. To [Washington]. A. L. S. 

3, 302. 

- Mar. 30. Fort Cumberland. To [Washington]. A. L. S. 

3, 303. 

- Mar. 30. SHARPE, Horatio. Annapolis. To Gov. [Robert] 

Dinwiddie. L. S. 3, 304. 

- Mar. SAVAGE, John, and Christopher GIST. Receipts of mem 

bers of their companies for pay for February and 
March. 3, 305. 

- Mar. GIST, Christopher. Receipts of members of his com 

pany for j^ay for March. 3, 306. 



1C, um;.\i:N "i coNtiKKSS 



i, Apr. :;. IKH,, Prior. Kort Dinwiddio, To [Washington]. 
A. I,S. :t, :U)7. 

Apr. ;;. HOG, Peter, John McNEILL and William KLKMING. 
Kort Dinwiddio. Monthly roturn of the lirst 
company of I ho Virginia iv^imcii! . .D. S. ;i, ,'i()S. 

Apr. 7. D1NAYIDDIK, Knlx-i-i. Amhority 1<> Washington to 

hold jind appoint oourts-martial, D. S. 3,309. 
-Apr. 8. DINAVIDDIK. K<>|>.M-I. WiUiamsbtir^. To [Wash 

ington). 1^. S. 3, 310. 

[1756] Apr. 8. NASII, ,l(.lin. l.isl of :irlirlcs disl ril)ii(,od (,o tlu> 

( 1 :i(:i\vl),M. .Imlinns. A. I >. S. ,'*, .'ill. 

|!7:.(i, Apr. s.| \ASII, ,lolm. List, of nr! ides dislril)ii!(Ml to tlio 

\:il:i\\:i\ Indians. A. I >. S. 3,311. 

I- .<;. Apr. 10. IKH;. IVlrr.JolmMrNKlLL.-md William FLEMING. 

Kori- Din\\ iddic. \\Cfkly ntuni of tlio lii-st 

coinpjinv ol Ilio \'ir^ini}i n^imcnt. .D. S. 

:<, 312. 

Apr. II. WALKKK', Tlionuis. Willi:imsl)iii^. To Wnshin.i;-- 

bon, A. L. S. 3,313. 

Apr. 14. KAIKKAX. W|illinm|. WiJlininsbmx. To [Wnsli- 

in-ton|. A. L. S. ii, .SM. 

Apr. JT>. .DIXWIDDIK, Kobort. Willi.-nushui^. To [Wnsli- 

iiiirton.l L. S. 3, 315. 

Apr. i:>. wrrilKRS, W[illi.-in..| Willmmsburg. To Wiish- 

injrion. A. L. s. ;?, ;U6. 

Apr. !.". ASIIBV, John. To ( 1 ol. llcurv \ '.MimuMcr nnd ( 1 ;ipl. 

IThoin.Msl WniririMHM-. A. L. S. ;?, 317. 

Apr. 17. K'ORIXSOX, f | hn. To |Wnshinirton|. A. L. S. 



Apr. 17. MKUChlK. elohn. rloscpli lOdvvards's on Ciroat Cara- 

I>OM. 'l\> Washington. A. L. S. 3,319. 

-Apr. 17. IKH;. Petr>John McNEILand William FLKMINCJ. 

Kort, Dinwiddio. WooUlv ntnrn of lht lirst 

coinpaiiN of (lu \'ir^inia n\irimont. D. 8. 

3,321. 

-Apr. IS. Kl TIIKKKOKI), l^obort]. Winchostor. Kotnrnof 

stores. A. D. S. ;^ ;ji>i>. 

-Apr.21. CAKTKK. L.-mdon. To Washin-ton. A. L. S. 



Apr. L'L>. (\\KTKK, Chnrlos. To Wash.n-ton. A. L. S. 

8,324, 

Apr. L:i. D.LVWIDD1K, UoboiM. Williamsbtn-. To Wash- 

L. s. ;i ;rj;>. 



\\ VSMINUTON MA NT. CIlll'T 17 

I- .,;, Apr. "I. ll<><;,lVlcr,,lMl,,,M( XKILLand William HJ'lMIMi. 
Korl Dinwiddio. Weekly rclnrn of llm firHJ, 
company of tho Virginia rcyinicni I >. S. 

.*'>, :;:'(i. 

Apr. LM>. KAIKFAX, W[illiam]. Williamsburg. To [Wash- 

ii.-ioni. A. L, 8 ,S, 327. 

V.-.-.M;. I > I \ w 1 1 ) I > I B, Robert. Williamsburg. To [Waih- 

ington]. L. S. 3, 328. 

A ( ,r. U7. <!AK.TKU, ('linrlcM Willmmshnrtf. To WiiHliiiiK- 
l,on. A. L. S. 3, 829, 

Apr. 'J7. kOmxSOX, ,l,,lm. Momomndnm of |TlioiniiH| 
Wnlkcr's :u-Ml.-iiiciil, of i.r-oiinl. of money IT 
(eivcd from Washington, I). S. .'{,{.'{(). 

A|n.l2!). DINWIDDIK, K'olx-rl, VVillininHl)...-. To fWiwIi 
ington]. L. S. 3, 331. 

Apr, '.".>. IIAIv'lv'ISON, llcm-v. I'orl, Kdwunln. ( Vrl .ifim l<> of 
inipreHM ol'.Iolm PIM'^H' inmc. A. I). S. .;, .; ; ' 

f A j)i'. .'I0.| I>IOIJ>, l>nvid. l\crci|)|,;i <f UK in (XT; i of In; 1 , com 
]>nny for pny ID Apr .;(). .'{, .'',:;:; HIM! .'{.'Ki. 

II7, r )(;, Apr.| (!ARTKH., Lm.don. To | Wnslin.;-l(.ii|. A. L. S. 

3, 334. 

[ Apr.| ItOIUNSON, John. To |Wii.Hhiny;!.,i,|. A. IA S. 



I Apr. | l'K'()\Ar(;il, Willinin. Kccci|)!,s of m,-i.il,rr,. of In 

conipnny lor pn y lor Mnrrh ;nnl April. ,'J, ,'.'i7. 
f A pr. j IJOWIS, I owl i mi. !<' <-ipl ..; of incinlnrrH of his roin puny 

lor pny for Miirch jmd April. .'{, .'{.'5S. 

| Apr.) (ilST, OmHloplior. l{(ic(Upl,H of nicmhcc; of Iii;i r.om 

'pji.ny for pn.y for A pi il. .;,.;;'). 

I Apr. | BKLL, l);i\id. lc<cipl,; of nic.nilx'r;! of hi.s coinpnuy 

lor pn.y for A pril. .'{, .'MO. 

[ Apr. | McKIO\/J l\ U.ol.rrL L'c'cipl:. of ni(',ln|)(U'H of IliH 

company for pn.y for Miirch nnd April. ' , III 

1750, Apr. May. [WASHINGTON.! Mcmornndn /(;.,< I ;,, MM- 

milirin. A. l>. I vol. M. 

Mii,y I. IKMi, iN-lci^Iol,,, M< NKIIJ, nnd William M>lv\IIN f (, 

l^'orl* l>inwiddic,. MonthJy n-.l.in-n of lli<> h'rHl/ 

coinpn.ny of I, lid Virginia rc (< imcnl. I ). S. 

:;, :;l:>. 
May.",. i:OIU\S()\, ,!(,!,. To | W;,: l,m;' lo.,|. A. "L. 8. 

:;, :M:J. 

May: 1 ,. DIXWinniK, l,',h(.|-L W.ll.nm .Ixn;-.. To |W.i..h 

ington]. L. 8. :;, :M i. 

May '1. I''AIKKAX, W|illn.n.|. Al,Oi.|.L Dansic/H. To|Ws.-.h 
m;'l,on|. A. 1^. S. 3 ; 345. 

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18 LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

1756, May 7. STEWART, Kobert. Return of troop of light horse 
and detatchments at Maidstown. D. S. 3, 346. 
-May8. DINWIDDIE, Robert. Williamsburg. To [Wash 
ington]. L. S. 3, 347. 

- May 8. Williamsbmg. Warrant for execution of Nathan 

Lewis. D. S. 3, 348. 

- May 8. HOG, Peter, John McNEILL and William FLEMING. 

Fort Dinwiddie. Weekly return of first com 
pany of the Virginia regiment. D. S. 3, 349. 

- May 9. FAIRFAX, George WiUiam. Alexandria. To Wash 

ington. A. L. S. 3, 350. 

-May 9. FAIRFAX, W[illiam]. Alexandria. To [Washing 
ton]. A. L. S. 3, 351. 

- May 9. STEWART, Robert. Return of troop of light horse 

and detatchments at Maidstown. D. S. 3, 352. 

- May 10. GAGE ; Thomas. Schenec.tady. To [Washington]. 

A. L. S. 3, 353. 

-May 11. STEWART, Robert. Muster roll of troop of light 

horse at Maidstown. A. D. S. 3, 354. 

May 12. BELL, David. Maidstown. Muster roll of company. 

D. S. 3, 355. 

- May 12. PRITCHET, Donald. Affidavit of use of his horse 

in His Majesty's service. 3, 356. 

- May 13. FAIRFAX, W[illiam]. Belvoir. To Washington. 

A. L. S. 3, 357. 

- May 14. HOG, Peter. Fort Dinwiddie. To Washington, 

with a postscript of May 17. A. L. S. 3, 358. 

- May 15. HOG, Peter, John McNEILL and William FLEMING. 

Fort Dinwiddie. Weekly return of the first com 
pany of the Virginia regiment. D. S. 3, 359. 

- May 18. NORFOLK, Virginia. List of men of the borough of 

Norfolk enlisted. 3, 360. 

- May 19. STEPHEN, Adam. Fort Cumberland. To [Wash 

ington]. A. L. S. 3, 361. 

May 19. WILLOUGHBY, John. List of men enlisted out of 

Norfolk County. A. D. S. 3, 362. 

-May 20. FAIRFAX, W[illiam]. Alexandria. To [Washing 
ton]. A. L. S. 3, 363. 

-May 22. TAYLOE, John. Fredericksburg. To [Washing 
ton]. A. L. S. 3, 364. 

- May 22. HOG, Peter, John McNEILL, and William FLEMING 

Fort Dinwiddie. Weekly return of the first com 
pany of the Virginia regiment. D. S. 3, 365. 

- May 23. BUCKNER, Mordecai. Fort Cumberland. Return 

of sundry stores. A. D. S. 3, 366. 



WASHINGTON MANUSCRIPTS 19 

1756, May 23. BUCKNER, Mordecai. Fort Cumberland. Keturn 
of tools. A. D. S. 3, 366. 

- May 23. KENNEDY, David. Fort Cumberland. Return of 

stores, provisions, and forage. A. D. S. 3, 367. 
-May 23. FAUNTLEROY, Moore. Names of men brought 
from Richmond County. A. D. S. 3, 368. 
May 24. KENDALL, John. List of men enlisted from North 
ampton County. D. S. 3, 369. 

- May 25. MARTIN, [John]. List of men enlisted from West 

moreland County. D. S. 3, 370. 
May 26. GAINES, Harry. List of drafted militia from New 
port. A. D. S. 3, 371. 

May 26. List of drafted militia from Charles City. A. D. S. 

3, 371. 

-May 27. DINWIDDIE, Robert. Williamsburg. To [Wash 
ington]. L. S. 3, 372. 

- May 28. GAINES, Harry. List of drafted militia of King 

William County. A. L. S. 3, 373. 

-May 29. STEPHEN, Adam. Fort Cumberland. To Wash 
ington. A. L. S. 3, 374. 
-May 31. Fort Cumberland. To [Washington.] A. L. S. 

3, 375. 

May 31. BELL, David. Receipts from members of his com 
pany for pay. 3, 376. 

- May 3 1 . STEPHEN, Adam. Fort Cumberland. Monthly re 

turn of regiment commanded by Washington. 
D. S. 3, 377. 
May. GIST, Christopher. Receipts of members of his com 
pany for pay for the month of May. 3, 378. 
-May. [STEWART, Robert.] Receipts of members of his 
troop of light horse for pay for the month of 
May. 3, 379. 

May. LEWIS, Joshua. Pay roll of company. 3, 380. 

May. GIST, Christopher. Receipts of members of his com 

pany for pay and arrearages to June 1. 3, 381. 

June 1. WAGGENER, Thomas. Receipts of members of his 

company for pay for March, April, and May. 

3, 382. 

June 1. COBBS, Samuel, and Thomas TABB. Amelia County . 

To [Washington]. A. L. S. 3, 383. 

-Junel. DINWIDDIE. Robert. Williamsburg. To Wash 
ington. L. S. 3, 384. 

- June 1 . HOG, Peter, John McNEILL, and William FLEMING. 

Fort Dinwiddie. Monthly return of the first 
company of the Virginia regiment. D. S. 

3, 385. 



20 LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

1756, June 3. JONES, Abraham. Memorandum of his enlistment. 

3, 386. 
See after 3, 389 for 3, 387 and 388. 

- June 7. BAYLOR, Gfeorge]. New Market. To [Washington]. 

Recent copy. 3, 388a. 

- June 7. HOG, Peter, John McNEILL, and William FLEMING. 

Fort Dinwiddie. Weekly return of the first com 
pany of the Virginia regiment. D. S. 3, 389. 

- June 12. DINWIDDIE, Robert. Williamsburg. To Wash 

ington. L. S. 3, 387. 

June 12. MASON, George. Dogues Neck. To [Washington]. 

A. L. S. 3, 388. 

- June 14. [LIVINGSTON, James.] Fort Cumberland. To 

Washington. A. L. 3, 390. 

- June 14. HOG, Peter. Fort Dinwiddie. To [Washington]. 

A. L. S. 3, 392. 

- June 14. HOG, Peter, John McNEILL, and William FLEMING. 

Fort Dinwiddie. Weekly return of the first com 
pany of the Virginia regiment. D. S. 3, 393. 

- June 18. DINWIDDIE, Robert. Williamsburg. To Wash 

ington. L. S. 3, 394. 

- June 19. WALKER, Thomas. Receipt to Washington. A. 

D. S. 3, 395. 

June 20. STEWART, Robert. Maidstone. To [Washington]. 

A. L. S. 3, 396. 

June 20. Return of the troop of light horse and detach 

ments at Maidstone. A. D. S. 3, 397. 

- June 23. Return of the troop of light horse and detach 

ments at Maidstone. A. D. S. 3, 397. 

- June 23. STEWART, Robert. Maidstone. To [Washington]. 

A. L. S. 3, 398. 

- June 26. HOG, Peter. Fort Dinwiddie. To [Washington]. 

A. L. S. 3, 399. 

-June 30. WALKER, Thomas. Winchester. To Washing 
ton. A. L. S. 3, 400. 
June 30. BELL, David. Receipts of members of his company 
for pay for June. 3,401. 
[1756, June 30.] GIST, Christopher. Receipts of members of his 
company for pay for June. 3, 402. 

[ June.] SPOTSWOOD, Robert. Receipts' of members of his 

company for pay, May and June. 3, 403. 

[- - June.] McKENZIE, Robert. Receipts for subsistence due his 
company for May and June. 3, 404. 

[ June.] STEWART, Robert. Receipts of members of his troop 

of light horse for pay for June. 3, 405 

[ - June.] LEWIS, Joshua. Pay roll of his company. 3, 406. 



WASHINGTON MANUSCRIPTS 21 

[1756, June.] COCKE, Thomas. Receipts of members of his com 
pany for pay for May and June. 3, 407. 

[ June.] PEACHEY, William. Receipts of members of his 

company for pay for May and June. 3, 408. 

[ - June.] GIST, Christopher. Receipts of members of his com 
pany for pay for June. 3, 409. 

[ June.] WOODWARD, Hfenry]. Pay roll of company for 

May and June. A. D. S. 3, 410. 

1756, July 1. FAIRFAX, William. Alexandria. To Washington. 
A. L. S. 3, 411. 

- July 1. DINWIDDIE, Robert. Williamsburg. To Wash 
ington. L. S. 3, 412. 

July 1. HOG, Peter, John McNEILL and William FLEMING 

Fort Dinwiddie. Monthly return of first com 
pany of the Virginia regiment. D. S. 3, 413. 
-July 3. STEWART, Robert. Maidstone. To [Washington]. 
A. L. S. 4, 414. 

July 3. COCKS, William. Weekly return of company of 

Rangers stationed at Parks plantation on Patti- 
son's Creek. D. S. 4, 415. 

July3. STEWART, Robert. Maidstown. Return of troop 

of light horse. D. S. 4,415. 

July 7. KENNEDY, David. Return of stores, provisions, etc., 

at Fort Cumberland. A. D. S. 4, 416. 

July 7. WAGGENER, Thomas. Receipts of members of his 

company for subsistence for the month of June. 

4, 417. 

July 7. WAGGENER, Thomas. Receipts of members of his 

company for the premium granted by the [Vir 
ginia] Assembly to soldiers who were in the battle 
of the Monongahela [Braddock's defeat]. Wag- 
gener's certificate that the men were in the 
battle. 4, 418. 

July 8. BYRD, William. Westover. To [Washington]. 
A. L. S. 4, 419. 

[1756, July 8.] DICK, Charles. Account against Thomas Walker. 
A. D. S. 4, 420. 

1756, July 8. HOG, Peter, John McNEILL and William FLEMING. 
Fort Dinwiddie. Weekly return of the first 
company of the Virginia regiment. D. S. 

4, 421. 

July 8. Fort Dinwiddie. Weekly return of the first com 
pany of the Virginia regiment. D. S. 4, 421. 

July 10. FAIRFAX, W[illiam]. Belvoir. To [Washington]. 

A. L. S. 4, 422. 



22 LIBRAKY OF CONGRESS 

1756, July 12. DINWIDDIE, Robert. Williamsburg. To [Wash 
ington]. L. S. 4, 423. 

- July 13. BELL, David. Roll of company. D. S. 4, 424. 
-July 13. BRONAUGH, William. Roll of company. D. S. 

4, 425. 

- July 13. COCKE, Thomas. Roll of company. D. S. 4, 426. 

- July 13. GIST, Christopher. Roll of company. 4, 427. 
-July 13. HARRISON, Henry. Roll of company. 4,428. 

- July 13. LEWIS, Charles. Roll of company. D. S. Pe 

ter Steenbergen. 4 ; 429. 

- July 13. LEWIS, Joshua. Roll of company. 4, 430. 

- July 13. McKENZIE, Robert. Roll of company. D. S. 

4, 431. 

- July 13. PEACHY, William. Roll of company. 4, 432. 

- July 13. SPOTSWOOD, Robert. Roll of company. 4, 433. 
July 13. STEPHEN, Adam. Roll of company. 4, 434. 

- July 13. WOODWARD, Harry. Roll of company. D. S. 

4, 435. 

- July 13. COCKE, Thomas. Receipts of members of his com 

pany for pay for May and June. 4, 436. 

- July 13. THOMAS, James. Receipt to Capt. Thomas Cocke 

for his pay for March and April. D. S. 4, 436. 

- July 13. DEFEVER, John. Fort Cumberland. Return of 

stores at. A. D. S. 4, 437. 

- July 13. VIRGINIA TROOPS. First regiment. Return of 

stores belonging to. 4, 438. 

- July 15. HOG, Peter, John McNEILL and William FLEMING. 

Fort Dinwiddie. Weekly return of the first 
company of the Virginia regiment. D. S. 

4, 439. 

- July 17. McKENZIE, Robert. Present state of Capt. Cooks's 

Fort. A. D. S. 4, 439. 
-July 22. FAIRFAX, W[illiam]. Alexandria. To [Washing 
ton]. A. L. S. 4, 440. 

- July 23. ROBINSON, Beverley. Albany. To [Washington]. 

A. L. S. 4, 441. 

-July 23. STEWART, Robert. Alexandria. To [Washing 
ton]. A. L. S. 4, 442. 

- July 23. Return of troop of light horse and the detachment 

at Maids town. D, S. 4, 443. 

- July 24. HAMILTON, John. Winchester. Return of stores 

at Winchester. D. S. 4, 444. 

- July 25. STEPHEN, Adam. Fort Cumberland. To [Wash 

ington]. A. L. S. 4, 445. 



WASHINGTON MANUSCRIPTS 23 

1756, July 26. [GAGE ?, Thomas]. Schenectady. To [Washington]. 

A. L. 4, 446. 

-July 27. COUNCIL OF WAR. Augusta Courthouse. 

Proceedings of militia officers of Augusta County. 

Contemp. copy. 4, 447. 

- July 29. HOG, Peter, John McNEILL and William FLEMING. 

Fort Dinwiddie. Weekly return of the first 
company of the Virginia regiment. D. S. 

4, 448. 

- July 30. STEWART, Robert. Maidstone. To [Washington.] 

A. L. S. 4, 449. 

- July 30. Roll of his troop of light horse. 4, 452. 

July 30. GIST, Christopher. Conegocheeq. To Washington. 

L. S. 4, 450. 

-July 31. STEWART, Robert. Maidstone. To [Washington]. 

A. L. S. 4, 451. 

[1756, July.] GIST, Christopher. Receipts of members of his com 
pany for pay for July. 4, 453, 454. 

[ - July.] McKENZIE, Robert. Receipts from officers and men 
of his company for subsistence for July. 4, 455. 

[ July.] WOODWARD, H[enry]. Pay roll of his company. 

D. S. 4, 456. 

[ - July.] LEWIS, Joshua. Pay roll of his company. 4, 457. 

[ July.] STEWART, Robert. Receipts of members of his 

troop of light horse for pay for July. 4, 458. 

[1756, Aug..!.] [WASHINGTON.] Speech sent to King Blunt, 
Capt. Jack and the rest of the Tuscarora 
chiefs. Contemp. copy. 4, 460. 

1756, Aug. 1. STEPHEN, Adam. Fort Cumberland. To [Wash 
ington]. A. L. S. 4, 459. 

- Aug. 1. [WASHINGTON.] Roll of Col. Washington's com 

pany. 4, 461. 

- Aug. 1. STEWART, Robert, John CAMPBELL and Henry 

RUSSELL. Maidstone. Weekly return of the 
troop of light horse. D. S. 4, 462. 

- Aug. 1. GIST, Christopher and Nathaniel GIST. Maidstone. 

Weekly return of Christopher Gist's company. 
D. S. 4, 462. 

- Aug. 2. MERCER, George. Size roll of his company. 4, 463. 

Aug. 7. McNEILL, John. Winchester. Weekly return of 

Col. Washington's company. D. S. 4, 464. 

- Aug. 8. GIST, Christopher and Nathaniel GIST. Maidstone. 

Weekly return of Christopher Gist's company. 
D. S. 4, 465. 



24 LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

1756, Aug. 8. STEWART, Robert, John CAMPBELL and Henry 
RUSSELL. Maidstone. Weekly return of troop 
of light horse. D. S. 4, 465. 

Aug. 9. McKENZIE, Robert, James BAKER and Leonard 

PRICE. Weekly return of McKenzie's company 
D. S. 4, 466. 

Aug. 10. WAGGONER, Thomas. Weekly return of his com 
pany. D. S. 4, 465. 

Aug. 10. COUNCIL OF WAR. Fort Harness [Virginia]. 

Proceedings. 4, 466. 

- Aug. 10. WAGGENER, Thomas. Harness's Fort. To 

.[Washington]. L. S. 4,467. 

- Aug. 10. BELL, David. Weekly return of his company. 

D. S. 4, 467. 

Aug. 10. Return of strength of his company. A. D. S. 

4, 467. 

Aug. 10. COCKE, Thomas. Weekly return of his company. 

D. S. 4, 468. 

- Aug. 10. LEWIS, Joshua. Weekly return of his company. 

D. S. John King. 4, 469. 

- Aug. 10. SPOTSWOOD, Robert. Weekly return of his com 

pany. A. D. S. 4, 470. 

- Aug. 10. BRONAUGH, William. Return of his company. 

L. S. 4, 470. 

- Aug. 13. FAIRFAX, William. Belvoir. To [Washington]. 

A. L. S. 4,471. 

- Aug. 14. KIRKPATRICK, John. Williamsburg. To Wash 

ington. A. L. S. ' 4, 472. 

Aug. 14. WOODWARD, Henry, Austin BROCKENBROUGH 

and William DAINGERFIELD. Fort Cumber 
land. Weekly return of Woodward's company. 
D. S. 

4, 473. 

Aug. 14. STEPHEN, Adam and James ROY. Fort Cumber 
land. Weekly return of Stephen's company. 
D. S. 4, 473. 

Aug. 14. McKENZIE, Robert, J[ames] BAKER and Leonard 

PRICE. PearsaU's. Weekly return of McKen 
zie's company. D. S. 4, 474. 

Aug. 14. HARRISON, H[enry], John HALL and Nathaniel 

THOMPSON. Fort Cumberland. Weekly re 
turn of Harrison's company. D. S. 4, 474. 

Aug. 14. PEACHY, William and Griffin PERT. Fort Cumber 
land. Weekly return of Peachy's company. 
D. S. 4, 475. 



WASHINGTON MANUSCRIPTS 25 

1756, Aug. 14. PEACHY, William. Account against Virginia. A. 
D. S. 4, 476. 

- Aug. 14. LEWIS, C[harles] and Peter STEENBERGEN. Fort 

Cumberland. Weekly return of Lewis's com 
pany. D. S. 4, 477. 

- Aug. 15. BELL, David and John DEANE. Return of Bell's 

company. D. S. 4, 478. 

- Aug. 15. BELL, David, Thomas LEMEN and John DEANE. 

Return of Bell's company and of the troops 
stationed at Fort Washington under his com 
mand. D. S. 4, 478. 
Aug. 15. GIST, Christopher. Maidstone. Weekly return of 
his company. D. S. 4, 479. 

Aug. 15. McNEILL, John. Winchester. Weekly return of 

Col. Washington's company. D. S. 4, 479. 

Aug. 15. BELL, David. Thomas LEMEN, and John DEANE. 

Fort Washington. Return of troops at Fort 
Washington. D. S. 4, 480. 

Aug. 15. STEWART, Robert, John CAMPBELL, and Henry 

RUSSELL. Maidstone. Weekly return of troop 
of light horse. D. S. 4, 480. 

- Aug. 17. COCKE, Thomas, and Mordecai BUCKNER. Week 

ly return of Cocke's company. D. S. 4, 481. 
Aug. 17. BRONAUGH, William. Weekly return of his com 
pany. A. D. S. 4, 481. 
Aug. 17. LEWIS, Joshua. Return of his company. D. S. 
James Duncanson. 4, 482. 

- Aug. 17. WAGGENER, Thomas. Weekly return of his com 

pany. D. S. 4, 482. 

- Aug. 17. SPOTSWOOD, Robert. Return of his company. 

A. D. S. 4, 483. 

Aug. 18. BLAGG, John. Promissory note in favor of Alex 
ander Finnie. D. S. 4, 484. 

Aug. 18. NICHOLAS, Robert Carter. WiUiamsburg. To 

[Washington]. A. L. S. 4, 485. 

-Aug. 18. VIRGINIA ASSEMBLY. Committee. Proceedings 

on Washington's accounts. 4, 486. 

Aug. 19. KIRKPATRICK, John. Williamsburg. To [Wash 
ington]. A. L. S. 4, 487. 

- Aug. 19. DINWIDDIE, Robert. Williamsburg. To [Wash 

ington]. L. S. 4, 488. 

Aug. 19. ROBINSON, John. Williamsburg. To Washing 
ton. A. L. S. 4, 489. 

Aug. 20. DINWIDDIE, Robert. Williamsburg. To Wash 
ington. L. S. 4, 490. 



26 LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

1756, Aug. 21. DINWIDDIE, Robert. Williamsburg. To [Wash 
ington]. L. S. 4, 492. 

- Aug. 21. WAGGENER, Thomas. Fort Pleasant. To [Wash 

ington]. L. S. 4, 491. 

- Aug. 21. PEACHY, William, and Griffin PERT. Fort Cumber 

land. Weekly return of company. D. S. 

4, 493. 

- Aug. 21. LEWIS, C[harles], and Peter STEENBERGER. 

Weekly return of Lewis's company. D. S. 4, 494. 

-Aug. 21. HARRISON, Henry, John HALL, and Nathaniel 

THOMPSON. Fort Cumberland. Weekly return 

of Harrison's company. D. S. 4, 495. 

- Aug. 21. STEPHEN, Adam. Fort Cumberland. Weekly re 

turn of his company. D. S. 4, 495. 

-Aug. 21. WOODWARD, H[enry], Austin BROCKEN- 

BROUGH, and William DAINGERFIELD. 

Weekly return of Woodward's company. D. S. 

4, 496. 

- Aug. 22. BELL, David, Thomas LEMEN, and John DEANE. 

Fort Washington. Return of troops at Fort 
Washington and return of Bell's company. D. S. 

4, 496. 

- Aug. 22. McNEILL, John. Winchester. Weekly return of 

Col. Washington's company. D. S. 4, 497. 

- Aug. 22. GIST, Christopher. Sleepy Creek. Weekly return 

of his company. D. S. 4, 497. 

- Aug. 22. STEWART, Robert, John CAMPBELL, and Henry 

RUSSELL. Sleepy Creek. Weekly return of 
the troop of light horse. D. S. 4, 498. 

- Aug. 24. COCKE, Thomas, South Branch. Weekly return 

of his company. D. S. 4, 498. 

- Aug. 25. KIRKPATRICK, John. Falmouth. To [Washing 

ton]. A. L. S. 4, 499. 

- Aug. 28. NICHOLAS, Robert C[arter]. WiUiamsburg. To 

[Washington]. A. L. S. 4, 500. 

- Aug. 29. BELL, David, Thomas LEMEN, and John DEANE. 

Return of force at Fort Washington and return 
of Bell's company. D. S. 4, 501. 

- Aug. 29. GIST, Christopher. Weekly return of his company. 

D. S. 4, 501. 

- Aug. 29, HARRISON, Henry, John HALL, and Nathaniel 

THOMPSON. Fort Cumberland. Weekly re 
turn of Harrison's company. D. S. 4, 502. 

Aug. 29. LEWIS, C[harles], and Peter STEENBERGER. 

Fort Cumberland. Weekly return of Lewis's 
company. D. S. 4, 502. 



WASHINGTON MANUSCRIPTS 27 

1756, Aug. 29. STEWART, Robert, John CAMPBELL, and Henry 
RUSSELL. Sleepy Creek. Weekly return of 
the troop of light horse. D. S. 4, 503. 

- Aug. 29. STEPHEN, Adam, and James ROY. Fort Cum 

berland. Weekly return of Stephen's company. 
D. S. 4, 503. 

- Aug. 29. PEACHY, William, and Griffin PERT. Fort Cum 

berland. Weekly return of his company. D. S. 

4, 504. 

- Aug. 29. WOODWARD, Henry, Austin BROCKENBROUGH 

and William DAINGERFIELD. Fort Cum 
berland. Weekly return of Woodward's com 
pany. D. S. 4, 505. 

Aug. 30. MERCER, George. Weekly return of company. 

D. S. 4, 506. 

Aug. 31. McNEILL, John. Winchester. Weekly return of 

Col. Washington's company. D. S. 4, 506. 

[1756, Aug.] Winchester. Weekly return of Col. Washington's 

company. D. S. 4, 507. 

[ Aug.] COCKE, Thomas. Receipts of members of his com 
pany for pay for July and August. 4, 508. 

[ - Aug.] HOG, Peter. Memorandum of pay for detachment of 
his company at Fort Dinwiddie for July and 
August. Receipted, Oct. 18, 1756, by Thos. 
Bullitt. In MS. of Washington. 4, 509. 

[ Aug.] McKENZIE, Robert. Receipts of officers and men of 

his company for subsistence for August. 4, 510. 

[ Aug.] WAGGENER, Thomas. Receipts of members of his 

company for pay for July and August. 4, 511. 

[ Aug.] WOODWARD, Henry. Pay roll of his company. 

D. S. 4, 512. 

[ Aug.] STEWART, Robert.] Receipts of members of his 

troop for pay for August. 4, 513. 

[ Aug.] LEWIS, Charles. Receipts of members of his company 

for pay for August. 4, 514. 

1756, Sept. 1. FAIRFAX, [William]. To Washington. Recent 
copy. 4, 515. 

Sept. 1. MERCER, George. Monthly return of his company. 

A. D. S.: Bryan Fairfax. 4, 516. 

- Sept. 2. ROBINSON, Bevjerley]. New York. To Washing 

ton. A. L. S. 4, 517. 

- Sept. 3. FAIRFAX, Wplliam]. Alexandria. To [Washing 

ton]. A. L.-S. 4,518. 

Sept. 6. MERCER, George. Winchester. Weekly return of 

his company. A. D. S. : Bryan Fairfax. 

4, 519. 



28 LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

1756, Sept. 8. McNEILL, John. Winchester. Weekly return of 
Col. Washington's company. D. S. 4, 520. 

- Sept. 8. STEWART, Robert. Mount Braddock. Daily re 

turn of the detachment [of light horse]. D. S. 

4, 520. 

-Sept. 10. [WASHINGTON?]. Account of expenses [subsist 
ence at headquarters] from Sept. 10. 4, 521. 

- Sept. 13. DINWIDDIE, Robert. Wiiliamsburg. To Wash 

ington. L. S. 4, 522. 

- Sept. 17. DICK, Charles and Allan McLEAN. Fort Cumber 

land. Return of provisions and stores. D. S. 

4, 523. 

- Sept. 19. WAGGENER, Thomas. Size roll of his company. 

4, 524. 

1756-1758, Sept. 19.-Apr. 26. WASHINGTON. Letters, orders and 
instructions. 1 vol. f. No. 3. (Old No. 2.) 

M. 4. 

1756, Sept. 22. RAMSAY, William. Alexandria. To Washington. 
A. L. S. 4, 525 

Sept. 22. KIRKPATRICK, John. Alexandria. To [Wash 
ington]. A. L. S. 4, 526. 

Sept. 24. DICK, Charles. Return of provisions and stores at 

Winchester. D. S. 4, 527. 

- Sept. 30. [DINWIDDIE, Robert.] Williamsburg. To [Wash 

ington]. Signature missing. 4, 528. 

- Sept. 30. [WASHINGTON ?] Account of expenses [subsist 

ence at headquarters]. 4, 529. 

[1756, Sept. 30.] MERCER, George. Receipts of members of his 
company for pay for September. 4, 530. 

[ -Sept.] WAGGENER," Thomas. Return of provisions and 
militia stores on the South Branch. D. S. 

4, 531. 

1756, Oct. 6. VIRGINIA TROOPS. First regiment officers. Fort 
Cumberland. To Lt. Col. Adam Stephen. Con- 
temp, copy. 4, 532. 

- Oct. 9. HOG, Peter. Roanoke. Receipt for pay of self and 

men for July and August in building the fort 

[Vose's]. A. D. S. 4, 533 

See after 6, 778 for 4, 534 and 535. 

- Oct. 16. WASHINGTON, Augustine. Williamsburg. To 

Washington. A. L. S. 4, 536. 

-Oct. 17. STEWART, Robert, John CAMPBELL and Henry 

RUSSELL. Maidstone. Weekly return of troop 

of light horse. D. S. 4, 537. 



WASHINGTON MANUSCRIPTS 29 

1756, Oct. 24. STEWART, Robert, John CAMPBELL and Henry 
RUSSELL. Maidstone. Weekly return of 
troop of light horse. D. S. 4, 538. 

- Oct. 26. DINWIDDIE, Robert. Williamsburg. To Wash 

ington. ,L. S. 4, 539. 

Oct. 28. LEWIS, Andrew. Augusta. To [Washington]. A. 

L. S. 4, 540. 

Oct. 31. McNEILL, John. Staunton. To [Washington]. A. 

L. S. 4,541. 

[1756, Oct.] MERCER, Charles. Receipts of members of his com 
pany for pay for October. 4, 542. 

[ Oct.] SMITH, James. Heirs. Certificate of loss of an im 
pressed mare. 4, 543. 

Nov. 5. STEWART, Robert, Christopher GIST, John CAMP 
BELL, Henry RUSSELL and William CRAW 
FORD. Maidstone. To [Washington]. D. S. 

4, 544. 

Nov. 12. BRONAUGH, William, H[enry] WOODWARD, 

C[harles] LEWIS, H[enry] HARRISON, William 
PEACHY and others. Fort Cumberland. To 
[Washington]. D. S. 4, 545 

See after 5, 549 for 5, 546. 

Nov. 15. STORES. Return of military stores at Winchester. 

4, 547. 

Nov. 16. ROBINSON, John. WiHiamsburg. To [Washing 
ton]. A. L. S. 5, 548. 

Nov. 16. DINWIDDIE, Robert. Williamsburg. To [Wash 
ington]. L. S. 5, 549. 

Nov. 17. VIRGINIA COUNCIL. Minutes of proceedings. 

Attested copy. .* 4, 546. 

[1756, Nov.] [STEWART, Robert.] Receipts of members of the 
troop of light horse for pay and work done in 
November. 5, 550. 

[ : Nov.] NASH, John. Memorandum of goods delivered to the 

Catawbas. A. D. S. 5, 551. 

1756, Dec. 2. CARLYLE, John. Alexandria. To [Washington]. 
A. L. S. 5, 552. 

Dec. 8. HOG, Peter. Staunton. To [Washington]. A. L. S. 

5, 553. 
Dec. 9. VIRGINIA COUNCIL. Minutes of proceedings. 

Attested copy. 5, 554. 

- Dec, 10. DINWIDDIE, Robert. Williamsburg. To Wash 

ington. L. S. 5, 555. 

- Dec. 15. Williamsburg. To Washington. L. S. 5, 556. 
-Dec. 17. ROBINSON, John. Williamsburg. To [Washing 
ton]. A. L. S. 5, 557. 



30 LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

1756, Dec. 19. STORES. Return of public stores belonging to 

Virginia. 5, 558. 

- Dec. 24. INDIAN GOODS. Exact return of Indian goods 

at Fort Cumberland. 5, 559. 

- Dec. 27. DINWIDDIE, Robert. WiUiamsburg. To Wash 

ington. L. S. 5, 560. 

- Dec. 29. HOG, Peter. Staunton. Account against Virginia. 

A. D. S. 5, 561. 

-Dec. 31. ROBINSON, John. To [Washington]. A. L. S. 

5, 562. 

[1756, Dec.] VIRGINIA TROOPS. Receipts for pay for Decem 
ber. 5, 563 and 564. 
[1756.] [WASHINGTON.] A list of [Virginia] officers and the dates 
of their commissions. A. D. 5, 565. 
[WASHINGTON.] Rough plans of Fort Loudoun, Win 
chester, and Fort Cumberland, Wills Creek. 
Seven auto-sketches with explanatory notes. 

5, 566-572. 

FORT INNES. Mount Pleasant, Wills Creek. Plan of. 

5, 573. 

STARK, William. To [Washington]. A. L. S. 5, 574. 
PHILOPATRIAE. To [Washington]. Endorsed by Wash 
ington: " Written it is supposed by Col. Richd. 
Bland, 1756." 5, 575-6. 

[WASHINGTON.] Speech to Capt. Johnny of the Cataw- 
bas. Contejnp. copy. 5, 577. 

OHIO COMPANY. List of Indian goods at Rock Creek 
belonging to the company with the prices at 
first cost in London. 5, 578. 

FAIRFAX, Bryan. Roll of detachment of Fairfax County 
militia under command of. A. D. 5, 579. 

FORT LOUDOUN, Virginia. Return of working tools, 
etc., in care of Lt. Charles Smith, director of the 
public work. 5, 580. 

. ANONYMOUS. Expense memorandum. 5, 581. 

. HOG, Peter. Account against Virginia for overseeing the 
construction of the forts on the southern fron 
tier. A. D. 5, 582. 

1757, Jan. 1. WASHINGTON, George. Return of strength and 

disposition of the Virginia regiment. A. D. S. 

5, 583. 

- Jan. 1. [HOG, Peter.] State of the 500 sent by Mr. Jones in 

Nov., 1756. D. S.: Andrew Lewis. 5, 584. 

- Jan. 6. NASH, John. Return of working tools at Fort Cum 

berland. A. D. S. 5, 585. 



WASHINGTON MANUSCRIPTS 31 

1757, Jan. 13. STANWIX, John. Lancaster. To Washington. 
A. L. S. 5, 586. 

Jan. 14. LUNAN, Alexander. Philadelphia. To Washing 
ton. A. L. S. 5, 587. 

Jan. 15. BLAGG, John. Account against the public. D. S. 

5, 588. 

Jan. 16. KENNEDY, David. Return of provisions at Fort 

Cumberland belonging to Virginia. A. D. S. 

5, 589. 

Jan. 22. CARLYLE, John. Alexandria. To [Washington]. 

A. L. S. 5, 590. 

- Jan. 22. FAIRFAX, W[illiam]. Belvoir. To [Washington]. 

A. L. S. 5, 591. 

Jan. 26. DINWIDDIE, Robert. Williamsburg. To [Wash 
ington]. L. S. 5, 592. 

[1757, Jan.] NASH, John. Memorandum of goods delivered to the 
Cherokees. A. D. S. 5, 593. 

1757, Feb. 2. DINWIDDIE, Robert. Williamsburg. To [Wash 
ington]. L. S. 5, 594. 

- Feb. 6. WALKER, Thomas. Receipt for Capt. Peter Hog's 

accounts. D. S. 5, 595. 

Feb. 7. LEWIS, Fielding. To [Washington]. Recent copy. 

5, 596. 

- Feb. 18. McKENZIE, Robert. Pearsall's. To [Washington]. 

A. L. S. 5, 597. 

- Feb. 19. BULLITT, Thomas. To [Washington]. A. L. S. 

5, 598. 

- Feb. 27. CUNNINGHAM, James. New York. To Washing 

ton. A. L. S. 5, 599. 
Feb. 28. WASHINGTON. Monthly return of regiment com 
manded by, at Fort Cumberland. 5, 600. 

- Mar. 14. CHEW, Joseph. New York. To [Washington], 

A. L. S. 5, 601. 

Mar. 15. READ, Clement. Lunenburg. To Washington. 

A. L. S. 5, 602. 

- Mar. 15. GOVERNORS of North Carolina, Virginia, Maryland 

and Pennsylvania. Conference with the Earl of 
Loudoun. Philadelphia. Minutes of meeting. 
Con temp. copy. 5, 603. 

- Mar. 20. MERCER, George. Fort Loudoun. Account of dis 

bursements. D. S. 5, 604. 
-Mar. 22. FAIRFAX, W[illiam]. Williamsburg. To [Wash 
ington]. A. L. S. 5, 605. 

- Mar. 24. BULLITT, Thomas. Vose's. To Washington. 

A. L. S. 5, 606. 



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1757, Mar. 24. BULLITT, Thomas. Vose's to [Washington]. A.L.S. 

6, 758. 

Mar. 31. FAIRFAX, W[illiam]. Williamsburg. To [Wash 

ington]. A. L. S. 5, 607. 

Mar. 31. [KIRKPATRICK, John.] Account with Washing 

ton. A. D. 5, 608. 

Mar. WASHINGTON. Return of Virginia regiment com 

manded by. 5, 609. 

Apr. 3. LEWIS, Andrew. Augusta. To [Washington]. 

A. L. S. 5, 612. 

- Apr. 5. DINWIDDIE, Robert. Williamsburg. To [Wash 

ington]. L. S. 5, 610. 

- Apr. 7. Williamsburg. To [Washington]. L. S. 5, 611. 

Apr. 14. NASH, John. Fort Cumberland. Return of sundry 

working tools. A. D. S. 5, 613. 

Apr. 14. Fort Cumberland. Return of sundry stores. 

D. S. 5, 613. 

Apr. 20. DAVIS, Richard. Affidavit respecting enlistment 

term of recruits. Sworn before Ruxton Gay. 
Con temp. copy. 5, 614. 

Apr. 21. ROBINSON, John. To [Washington]. A. L. S. 

5, 615. 

-May 3. HAMILTON, [John]. Return of Indian goods re 
ceived from Lt. Col. [Adam] Stephen through 
Capt. [George] Mercer. 5, 616. 

- May 5. HAMILTON, [John]. Winchester. Return of Indian 

goods delivered to Col. [Edmund] Atkin and 
Atkin's receipt for same. 5, 617. 

- May 6. FAIRFAX, Wfilliam]. Williamsburg. To [Washing 

ton]. A. L. S. 5, 618. 

-May 6. LOUDOUN, John, Earl of . New York. Warrant to 

Col. John Stanwix to convene courts-martial. 

Contemp. copy. 5,619. 

- May 16. DINWIDDIE, Robert. Williamsburg. Instructions 

to Washington. D. S. 5, 620. 

-May 16. Williamsburg. To Washington. L. S. 5,621. 

1757-1758, May 19-Mar. 22. [WASHINGTON.] Memorandum of 
military expenditures, "how the 4,000 received 
of Mr. Boyd is expended." A. D. 1 vol. M. 

1757, May 23. STANWIX, John. Lancaster. Order to Washing 
ton. A. D. S. 5, 622. 

- May 23. Lancaster. To Washington. A. L. S. 5, 623. 

- May 23. [DINWIDDIE, Robert.] Williamsburg. To [Wash 

ington]. L. S. (Signature missing.) 5, 624. 

May 25. BALL, William. Williamsburg. To [Washington]. 

A. L. S. 5, 625. 



WASHINGTON MANUSCRIPTS 33 

1757, May 27. COURT-MARTIAL, General. Fort Loudoun. Pro 
ceedings. D. S.: Thos. Waggener. Approved 
by Washington. 5, 626. 

- May 28. SPORE, John. Fort Loudoun. Receipt for stores. 

A. D. by Washington, signed with mark by Spore. 

5, 627. 

- May 30. COURT OF INQUIRY. Fort Loudoun. On John 

Carroll for theft and Mr. Edwards 's affair with 
Sergt. [John David] Wilper. D. S.: Thos. Wag 
gener. 5, 628. 

- May. WASHINGTON. Return of Virginia regiment com 

manded by, exclusive of the detachment sent to 
South Carolina for the month of May. 5, 629. 

[1757, May.] THOMPSON, Nathaniel. Receipts of various indi 
viduals to, for pay for work done and for sub 
sistence. 5, 630. 

[ May.] WAGGENER, Thomas. Receipts of members of his 

company for arrears in pay from January to 
May, inclusive. 5, 631. 

1757, June 1. HALL, John. New York. To [Washington]. 
A. L. S. 5, 632. 

- June 6. DINWIDDIE, Robert. WiUiamsburg. To Washing 

ton. L. S. 5, 633. 

June 7. BLAND, Richard. WiUiamsburg. To Washington. 

Recent copy. 5, 634. 

June 7. HOUNAM, James. Maidstoiie. Return of provisions 

arms, ammunition, carpenter's tools, etc. D. S. 

5, 635. 

- June 9. COURT OF INQUIRY. Fort Loudoun. On Lt. 

[John] Campbell's delay in not proceeding with 
a detachment to South Carolina. D. S. : Robert 
Stewart. 5, 636. 

- June 10. BAKER, J[ohn]. Fort Cumberland. To [Washing 

ton]. A. L. S. 5, 637. 

- June 13. RUSSELL, Henry. Fort Loudoun. Objections to 

ranking with Ensign Pert. Objection of Robert 
Stewart and four others to same. D. S. 5, 638. 

- June 14. DAG WORTHY, John. Fort Cumberland. To 

[Washington]. Recent copy. 5, 639. 

-June 16. DINWIDDIE, Robert. WiUiamsburg. To [Wash 
ington]. L. S. 5, 640. 

-June 17. DAG WORTHY, John. Fort Cumberland. To 
[Washington]. A. L. S. 5, 641. 

114726 19 3 



34 LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

1757, June 17. KENNEDY, David. Maidstone. Keturn of pro 
visions, tools, ammunition, etc., belonging to 
Virginia. A. D. S 5, 642. 

- June 17. FAIRFAX, W[illiam]. Alexandria. To [Washing 

ton]. A. L. S. 5, 643. 

June 17. SHIPPEN, Edward. Lancaster. To Washington. 

A. L. S. 5, 644. 

June 18. STANWIX, John. Camp near Carlisle. To Wash 
ington. A. L. S. 5, 645. 

June 19. ATKIN, Edmund. Winchester. To Washington. 

A. L. S. 5, 646. 

- June 19. WAGGENER, Thomas. To Washington. L. S. 

5, 647. 

- June 19. BEALL, Alexander. Fort Frederick. To [Wash 

ington]. A. L. S. 5, 648. 

- June 19. KIRKPATRICK, John. Alexandria. To [Wash 

ington]. A. L. S. 5, 649. 

- June 19. FAIRFAX, Wplliam]. Alexandria. To Washing 

ton. A. L. S. 5, 650. 

June 19. COURT-MARTIAL, Regimental. Fort Loudoun. 
Proceedings. D. S.: Thos. Waggener. Ap 
proved by Washington. 5, 651. 

- June 20. BAYLOR, John. New Market. To [Washington]. 

A. L. S. 5, 652. 

- June 22. STANWIX, John. Camp near Carlisle. To Wash 

ington. A. L. S. 5, 653. 

June 22. Camp near Carlisle. To Washington. A. L. S. 

5, 654. 

June 24. HORRY, Jeremiah. Warwick County. Certificate 

of enlistment. A. D. S. : Hinde Russell, elk. 

5, 655. 

June 24. LAMB, Daniel. York. Certificate of enlistment. 

A. D. S. : Augustine Moore, ckl. 5, 656. 

- June 24. BURRADELL, Henry. York. Certificate of en 

listment. A. D. S. : Augustine Moore, elk. 

5, 656. 

- June 24. HALLO WAY, James. York. Certificate of enlist 

ment. A. D. S.: Augustine Moore, elk. 5,657. 

- June 24. HALLO WAY, John. Certificate of enlistment. A. 

D. S. : Augustine Moore, elk. 6, 657. 

- June 24, WILPER, John David. Return of provisions, etc., 

for the Cherokee Indians commanded by the 
Young Warrior "under my conductment " from 
Winchester to Wasser's [Vose's] Fort. D. S. 

5, 658. 



WASHINGTON MANUSCRIPTS 35 

1757, June 25. SALTER, WiUiam. Surry County. Certificate of 
respectability of William Caldwell. A. D. S. 

5, 659. 

- June 25. TAYLOR, Zachariah. Goochland County. Certifi 

cate of enlistment. A. D. S. : Val. Wood, elk. 

5, 660. 

June 25. POWELL, George. Goochland County. Certificate 
of enlistment. A. D.S.: Val. Wood, elk. 5, 660. 

- June 25. WILLIAMS, Charles. Dinwiddie County. Certifi 

cate of enlistment. A. D. S.: David Smith, elk. 

5, 661. 

- June 25. WYNNE, Charles. Sussex County. Certificate of 

enlistment. A. D. S.: William Pettway, jr., 

elk. 5, 662. 

-June 26. FAIRFAX, W[illiam]. Belvoir. To [Washington]. 

A. L. S. 5, 663. 

[1757, June 26]. LIGHTFOOT, Wplliam]. List of Culpeper militia 
who have arms and are ready to march. D. S. 

5, 664. 

[ June 26]. LIGHTFOOT, William. List of Culpeper militia 

who marched without arms. D. S. 5, 665. 

1757, June 27. DINWIDDIE, Robert. Williamsburg. To [Wash 
ington]. L. S. 5, 666. 

June 27. McNOLL, John. Westmoreland. Certificate of en 
listment. A. D. S.: Alex. Spark, elk. 5,667. 

June 27, EDWARDS, Joseph. Westmoreland. Certificate of 

enlistment. A. D. S.: Alex. Spark, elk. 

5, 667. 

- June 27. HO WELL, John. Westmoreland. Certificate of en 

listment. A. D. S.: Alex. Spark, elk. 5,667. 

June 27. MILLS, Emanuel. Stratford County. Certificate of 

enlistment. A. D. S.: John Short, elk. 

5, 668. 

- June 27. MARTIN, James. King George County. Certificate 

of enlistment. A. D. S.: Gerard Banks, elk. 

5, 669. 

- June 27. ; BRETTON, John. Westmoreland. Certificate of 

enlistment. A. L. S.: Alex. Spark, elk. 

6, 706. 

- June 27. WILLIAMS, Walter. Westmoreland. Certificate of 

enlistment. A. L. S. : Alex. Spark, elk. 

6, 706. 

- June 28. CARY, Archibald. Chesterfield. To [Washington]. 

A. L. S. 5, 670. 



36 LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

1757, June 28. BELCHER, Isham. Amelia County. Certificate of 
enlistment. A. D. S.: Ben Ward, elk. 5, 671. 

- June 29. ROBINSON, John. To [Washington]. A. L. S. 

5, 672. 

- June 29. GOAHGHAN, Briant. Bedford County. Certifi 

cate of enlistment. A. D. S.: Robert Allen, elk. 

5, 673. 

-June 29. GODFREY, Anthony. Bedford County. Certifi 
cate of enlistment. A. D. S.: Robert Allen, elk. 

5, 673. 

- June 29. MURPHY, John. Bedford County. Certificate of 

enlistment. A. D. S.: Robert Allen, elk. 

5, 673. 

- June 29. GWIN, Peter. Bedford County. Certificate of en 

listment. A. D. S. : Robert Allen, elk. 5, 673. 

- June 29. DUNNAHOE, John. Bedford County. Certificate 

of enlistment. A. D. S.: Robert Allen, elk. 

5, 673. 

- June 29. DAVIS, David. Bedford County. Certificate of en 

listment. A. D. S.: Robert Allen, elk. 5, 673. 

-Julyl. FAIRFAX, W[illiam]. Alexandria. To Washington. 
A. L. S. 5, 674. 

-July 1. WASHINGTON. Return of Virginia regiment com 
manded by, for the month of June. 5, 675. 

- July 5. HALL, John. Halifax. To [Washington]. A. L. S. 

5, 676. 

-July5. STEPHEN, Adam. Return of beef delivered to 
Capt. John Dagworthy of the Md. forces. 

5, 677. 

- July 7. DENNY, William. Philadelphia. To Col. [John] 

Stanwix. L. S. 5, 678. 

- July 8. K[IRKPATRICK], J[ohn]. Winchester. Memoran 

dum of [Washington's official, military] cash 
account. A. D. S. 5, 679. 

- July 10. STREET, John. Fort Cumberland. Deposition. 

D. S. with mark. Contemp. copy. 5, 680. 

-July 10. DAGWORTHY, John. Fort Cumberland. To 

Washington. A. L. S. 5, 681. 

July 11. STANWIX, John. Camp near Carlisle. To Wash 
ington. A. L. S. 6, 682. 

July 13. DINWIDDIE, Robert. Williamsburg. To [Wash 
ington]. L. S. 6, 683. 

- July 13. WITHERS, William. List of officers in the Virginia 

regiment. A. D. S. 6, 684. 



WASHINGTON MANUSCRIPTS 37 

1757, July 14. ' STANWIX, John. Camp near Carlisle. To Wash 
ington. A. L. S. 6, 685. 

[1757, July 14]. VIRGINIA. Cash account for the payment of the 
drafts [of county militia] 6, 686. 

1757, July 15. RAMSAY, William. Alexandria. To [Washington]. 
A. L. S, 6, 687. 

July 15. LEWIS, Joshua. Certificates of enlistments of John 

Dayly and Peter Peterson. A. D. S. 6, 688. 

-July 17. FAIRFAX, Wplliam]. Belvoir. To [Washington]. 

A. L. S. 6, 689. 

- July 18. DINWIDDIE, Robert. Williamsburg. To [Wash 

ington]. L. S. 6, 690. 

- July 18. ROBINSON, John. Williamsburg. To [Washing 

ton]. A. L. S. 6, 691. 

- July 18. STANWIX, John. Camp near Carlisle. To [Wash 

ington]. A. L. S. 6, 692. 

- July 18. DINWIDDIE, Robert. Williamsburg. Warrant 

granting power to Washington to convene general 
courts-martial. D. S. 6, 693. 

- July 20. FAIRFAX, W[illiam]. Alexandria. To [Washing 

ton]. A. L. S. 6, 695. 

- July 20. ATKIN, Edmund. Winchester. To Washington. 

A.L. S. 6,696. 

-July 21. KIRKPATRICK, John. Alexandria. To [Wash 
ington]. A. L. S. 6, 697. 

- July 22. CLOTHING. Return of clothing at Fort Loudoun. 

6, 697. 

July 25. LUCAS, John. Lunenburgh County. Certificate of 

enlistment. D. S.: John Cox, jr. 6, 699. 

- July 25. LAWLESS, Michael. Lunenburgh County. Certifi 

cate of enlistment. D. S.: John Cox, jr. 

6, 699. 

- July 25. LUDERMAN, Abraham. Lunenburgh County. 

Certificate of enlistment. D. S.: John Cox, jr. 

6, 699. 

-July 25. CRENSHAW, Joseph. Lunenburgh County. Cer 
tificate of enlistment. A. D. S.: John Cox, jr. 

6, 700. 

July 25. HIX, Joseph. Lunenburgh County. Certificate of 

enlistment. A. D. S.: John Cox, jr. 6, 700. 

- July 25-26. COURT-MARTIAL, General. Fort Loudoun. 

Proceedings. D. S. by Andrew Lewis, prest. 
and members of the court. Approved by Wash 
ington. 6, 701. 



38 LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

1757, July 26. MELDRUM, William. To [Washington]. A. L. S. 

6, 703. 

- July 26. SHARPE, Horatio. Annapolis. To all officers, civil 

and military, in Baltimore County. D. S. 

6, 704. 

-July 27. SHARPE, Horatio. Annapolis. To Washington. 
L. S. 6, 705. 

See after 5, 669 for 6, 706. 

-July 30. RAMSAY, WiUiam. Alexandria. To Washington. 
A. L. S. 6, 707. 

- Aug. 1. STANWIX, John. Camp near Carlisle. To Wash 

ington. A. L. S. 6, 708. 

-Aug. 1. WASHINGTON. Return of the Virginia regiment 
commanded by, at Fort Loudoun, for the 
month of July. 6, 709. 

-Aug. 1. STEWART, Robert. Muster roll of company. 

6, 710. 

- Aug. 3. HOG, Peter and Thomas BULLITT. Clothing of 

Hog's company. Roll and state of arms. D. S. 

6, 739. 

[1757, Aug. 6.] McKENZIE, Robert. Return of necessaries 
belonging to the 10th company of the Virginia 
regiment. D. S. 6, 714. 

1757, Aug. 6. McKENZIE, Robert. Return of ammunition, pro 
vision, tools, etc., at Pearsall's Fort. D. S. 

6, 716. 

- Aug. 6. FAIRFAX, Wfilliam]. Alexandria. To Washing 

ton. 6, 717. 

- Aug. 8. ROBINSON, Beverley. New York. To [Washing 

ton] with letter from Joseph Chew also, at 
bottom of page. A. Ls. S. 6, 718. 

- Aug. 8. DINWIDDIE, Robert. Williamsburg. To [Wash 

ington]. L. S. 6, 719. 

- Aug. 15. CHEW, Joseph. New York. To Washington. A. 

L. S. 6, 720. 

- Aug. 15. [CHEW, Joseph.] New York. Account of the loss 

of Fort William Henry and massacre of the 
garrison. A. D. 6, 720. 

- Aug. 15. GADDES, Alexander. Stafford County. Deposi 

tion. D. S. 6, 721. 

-Aug. 16. BRENT, William. Alexandria. Deposition. D.S.: 

John Carlyle. In ms. of Washington. 6, 722. 

- Aug. 17. MERCER, George. Charlestown, [S. CJ. To Wash 

ington. A. L. S. 6, 723. 



WASHINGTON MANUSCRIPTS 39 

1757, Aug. 20. STEPHEN, Adam. Charlestown, S. C. To [Wash 
ington]. A. L. S. 6, 726. 
-Aug. 22. PEACHEY, William. Richmond County. To Wash 
ington. A. L. S. 6, 727. 

- Aug. 22. WOODWARD, Henry. Fort Lyttleton. Roll of 

company. D. S. 6, 728. 

- Aug. 23. [WOODWARD, Henry.] Fort Lyttleton. Return 

of sundry working tools. 6, 729. 

Aug. 27. HUDSON, Thomas. Baltimore county. Deposi 

tion. A. D. S.: Ruxton Gay. 6, 731. 

-Aug. 28. WASHINGTON. Size roll of company of. D. S.: 
John McNeill, Mordecai Buckner, James Roy. 

6, 732. 

-Aug. 28. SPOTS WOOD, Robert. Necessary roll for com 
pany of. 6, 735. 

Aug. 29. LEWIS, Andrew. Necessary roll of company. D. 

S.: Thos. Bullitt. 6, 737. 

See after 6, 710 for 6, 739. 

[1757, Aug.] LEWIS, Joshua. Receipts of members of his com 
pany for pay, subsistence and work money for 
June, July and August. 6, 740. 

1757, Sept. 1. LEWIS, Andrew. Augusta Courthouse. To [Wash 
ington]. A. L. S. 6,741. 
-Sept. 1. DINWIDDIE, Robert. Williamsburg. To [Wash 
ington]. L. S. 6, 742. 
-Sept. 1. KENNEDY. David. Fort Cumberland. Return of 
beef delivered to the Maryland forces. A. D. S. 

6, 743. 

- Sept. 2. DINWIDDIE, Robert. Williamsburg. To [Wash 

ington]. L. S. 6, 744. 

- Sept. 3. RAMSAY, William. Williamsburg. To [Washing 

ton]. L. S. 6, 745. 

[1757, Sept. 7]. [McKENZIE, Robert.] List of tools sent from 

Pearsall's Fort to Fort Loudoun. Order of 

Robert Stewart to receive same. 6, 746. 

1757, Sept. 8. HALL, D[avid]. Philadelphia. To [Washington]. 

A. L. S. 6, 747. 

- Sept. 13. KENNEDY, David. Paterson's Fort. Return of 

provisions, ammunition, etc. D. S. Signed also 
by Joshua Lewis. 6, 748. 

- Sept. 14. WAGGENER, Thomas. Return of ammunition 

and stores at Fort Hopewell. A. D. S. 6, 749. 

- Sept. 14. WAGGENER, Thomas. Necessary roll of his com 

pany. D. S. Signed also by Peter Steenbergen 
and William Woodford. 6, 750. 



40 LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

1757, Sept. 17. KIRKPATRICK, John. Alexandria. To [Wash 
ington]. A. L. S. 6, 752. 

- Sept. 19. STANWIX, John. Camp near Carlisle. To [Wash 

ington]. A. L. S. 6, 753. 

- Sept. 20. STEPHENS, Lewis. To [Washington]. L. S. 

6, 754. 

- Sept. 21. LEWIS, Charles. Fredericksburg. To [Washing 

ton]. A. L. S. 6, 755. 

[1757, Sept. 21.] TALIAFERRO, Wplliam]. To Capt. Charles 
Lewis. A. L. S. 6, 756. 

[ Sept. 23.] [FORT DINWIDDIE.] Return of cattle not made 

use of. 6, 757. 

See after 5, 606 for 6, 758. 

1757, Sept. 24. DINWIDDIE, Robert. Williamsburg. To [Wash 
ington]. L. S. 6, 759. 

- Sept. 24. WOODWARD, Henry. Size roll of his company. 

D. S. Signed also by William Daingerfield and 
Jethro Sumner. 6, 760. 

- Sept. 25. JOHNSON, [Sir] William. Albany. To Lt. Gov. 

William Denny. Contemp. copy. 6, 762. 

- Sept. 27. STEWART, Robert. Fort Loudoun. To [Wash 

ington]. A. L. S. 6, 763. 

- Sept. 25. ROSS, David. Bladensburg. To Washington. A. 

L. S. 6, 764. 

- Sept. 30. LEWIS, Joshua. Return of clothing lost. D. S. 

6, 765. 

[1757, Sept.] LEWIS, Joshua. Return of necessaries belonging to 
7th company of the Virginia regiment for the 
month of September. D. S. Signed also by 
James Baker and George Weedon. 6, 766. 

[ Sept.] WAGGENER, Thomas. Necessary roll of his com 
pany on the South Branch for the month of 
September. D. S. Signed also by Peter Steen- 
bergen and William Woodford. 6, 768. 

1757, Oct. 1. WASHINGTON, Fort Loudoun. Return of regi 
ment commanded by, for the month of Sep 
tember. 6 7 771. 
-Oct. 1. WAGGENER, Thomas. Return of provisions and 
amonunition at Fort Hopewell. D. S. 6, 772. 

- Oct. 3. RUTHERFORD, Robert. Winchester. Return of 

provisions, etc. A. D. S. 6, 773. 

- Oct. 7. SPOTSWOOD, Robert. Fort Young. Size roll of 

his company. D. S. : J. E. Lomax and William 
Crawford. 6, 774. 



WASHINGTON MANUSCRIPTS 41 

1757, Oct. 7. POPE, John. Receipt for provisions. A. D. S. 

6, 776. 

- Oct. 9. DENNY, William. Philadelphia. To [Washington]. 

Recent copy. 6, 777. 

- Oct. 10. BULLITT, Thomas and others. Fort Young. To 

[Washington]. D. S. by Bullitt, John Edwards 
Lomax, William Fleming, William Crawford and 
George Speake. 6, 778. 

- Oct. 10. LEWIS, Joshua. Return of provisions and stores at 

Patterson's Fort. A. D. S. 4, 534. 

- Oct. 13. WOODWARD, Henry, William DAINGERFIELD 

and Joseph FENT. Return of sundry stores 
at Fort Lyttleton. D. S. 4, 535. 

- Oct. 15. GAGE, Thomas. Albany. To [Washington]. 

A. L. S. 6, 779. 

- Oct. 16. CUNINGHAME, James. New York. To [Wash 

ington]. A. L. S. 6, 780. 

- Oct. 17. FAIRFAX, G[eorge] W[illiam]. New York. To 

[Washington]. A. L. S. 6, 781. 

- Oct. 21. RAMSAY, William. Williamsburg. Articles of 

agreement with Robert Dinwiddie. Contemp. 
copy. "Receiv'd at Fort Loudoun the 6th day 
of Novr. 1757 Go. Washington." 6, 782. 

- Oct. 24. DINWIDDIE, Robert. Williamsburg. To Wash 

ington. L. S. 6, 783. 

- Oct. 25. HITE, John. Account against Ensign James Roy. 

A. D. S. 6, 784. 

- Oct. 25. FORT L.OUDOUN, Virginia. Exact return of 

clothing, arms and ammunition. 6, 785. 

- Oct. 25. CAMPBELL, John, and Mordecai BUCKNER. 

Exact return of clothing, arms and ammunition 
at Fort Loudoun belonging to the Virginia regi 
ment. D. S. 6, 786. 

- Oct. 25. DAVIS, Benjamin. Account against Ensign James 

Roy. A. D. S. 6, 787. 

- Oct. 27. TULLEKEN, John. Charleston, S. C. To [Wash 

ington]. A. L. S. 6, 788. 

- Oct. 27. BULLITT, Thomas. Necessary roll of clothes want 

ing to complete that part of Maj. [Andrew] 
Lewis's company late Capt. [Peter] Hog's. D. S. 

6, 789. 

- Oct. 29. SHEPHERD, Andrew. Account against [Ensign] 

James Roy. A. D. S. 6, 790. 

- Oct. 30. KIRKPATRICK, John. Alexandria. To [Wash 

ington]. A. L. S. 6, 791. 



42 LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

[1757, Oct.?] LEWIS, John. Account against Lt. [Ensign] James 
Roy. A. D. S. 6, 792. 

[ Oct.] LEWIS, Joshua and Colby CHEW. Return of neces 
saries belonging to the Seventh company of the 
Virginia regiment commanded by Capt. Joshua 
Lewis. D. S. 6, 793; and D. S.: Joshua Lewis, J. 
Baker and George Weedon, 7, 837. 

[ Oct.] [WASHINGTON.] Rough sketch of a speech made to 

the Cherokee Indians. 6, 754 and 794. 

-Nov. 1. LEWIS, Charles. Vaux Hall. To Washington. 

A. L. S. 6, 795. 

1757, Nov. 1. WASHINGTON. Fort Loudoun. Return of the 
Virginia regiment commanded by, for the month 
of October. 6, 796. 

[1757, Nov. 1.] WAGGENER, Thomas. Return of ammunition 
and provisions at Fort Hopewell. D. S. 6, 797. 

1757, Nov. 2. DINWIDDIE, Robert. Williamsburg. To Wash 
ington. L. S. 6, 798. 

- Nov. 2. MERCER, George. Charlestown. To Washington. 

A. L. S. 6, 799. 

- Nov. 2. HUDGENS, William. Account against Lt. [Ensign] 

James Roy. A. D. S. 6, 800. 

- Nov. 2. FORT LOUDOUN. Exact return of working tools 

at Fort Loudoun belonging to Virginia. 6, 801. 

- Nov. 3. ROBINSON, John. Williamsburg. To [Washing 

ton]. A. L. S. 6, 802. 

- Nov. 3. WRIGHT, George. Account against Ensign James 

Roy. A. D. S. 6, 803. 

- Nov. 4. MORTON, Joseph. Account against Ensign James 

Roy. D. S. 6, 804. 

- Nov. 5. LEWIS, Joshua. Return of provisions and stores at 

Patterson's Fort. A. D. S. 6, 805. 

- Nov. 6. TAYLOR, James. Certificate of purchase from him 

of a horse by [Ensign] James Roy. A. D. S. 

6, 806. 

- Nov. 6. AUSTIN, John. Account against [Ensign] James 

Roy. D. S. also Nov. 7 William Russell's ac 
count against Roy. D. S. 6, 807. 

- Nov. 8. ROBERTS, James. Account against Ensign James 

Roy. D. S. 7, 808. 

- Nov. 9. STEWART, Robert. Fort Loudoun. To Gov. [Rob 

ert] Dinwiddie. A. L. S. sent as a copy to Wash 
ington. 7, 809. 

- Nov. 9. STEWART, Robert. Fort Loudoun. Receipt to 

Washington. A. D. S 7, 810. 



WASHINGTON MANUSCRIPTS 43 

1757, Nov. 10. SMITH, William. Philadelphia. To Washington. 
A. L. S. 7, 811. 

- Nov. 10. LEA, William. Account against [Ensign] James 

Roy. D. S. 7, 812. 

- Nov. 11. WATSON, James. Account against Lieut. [Ensign] 

James Roy. D. S. 7, 813. 

- Nov. 14. PEACHEY, William. Richmond County. To Wash 

ington. Recent copy. 7, 814. 

- Nov. 14. DINWIDDIE, Robert. Williamsburg. To Wash 

ington. L. S. 7, 815. - 

- Nov. 14. CRAIG, Archibald. Account against Ensign James 

Roy. D. S. 7, 816. 

- Nov. 15. DINWIDDIE, Robert. Williamsburg. To Capt. 

[Robert] Stewart. L. S. 7, 817. 

-Nov. 22. RUTHERFORD, R[obert]. Winchester. To 

[Washington]. A. L. S. 7, 818. 

- Nov. 22. BOWEN, James. Account against Lieut. [Ensign] 

James Roy. D. S. 7, 819. 

- Nov. 22. GILLESPIE, Robert. Account against Capt. [En 

sign James] Roy. D. S. 7, 820. 

-Nov. 22. MONTGOMERY, Hugh. Account against Capt. 

[Ensign James] Roy. D. S. 7, 821. 

- Nov. 24. STEWART, Robert. Fort Loudoun. To Col. [John] 

Stanwix. A. L. S. sent as a copy to Washington. 

7, 822. 

Nov. 24. STEWART, Robert. Fort Loudoun. To [Washing 
ton]. A. L. S. 7, 823. 

- Nov. 25. CRAIK, James. Fort Loudoun. To [Washington]. 

A. L. S. 7, 824. 

Nov. 27. WATSON, James. Account against Lieut. [Ensign] 

James Roy. D. S. 7, 825. 

Nov. 27 ROYALL, Joseph. Account against Ensign James 

Roy. D. S. 7, 826. 

- Nov. 28. ROYALL, Joseph. Account against Ensign James 

Roy. D. S. 7, 827. 

Nov. 29. ROBERTS, James. Account against Ensign James 

Roy. A. D. S.: Peter Perkins. 7, 827. 

Dec. 1. WASHINGTON. Fort Loudoun. Return of the Vir 
ginia regiment commanded by, for the month of 
November. 7, 828. 

Dec. 6. FAIRFAX, G[eorge] W[iUiam]. London. To [Wash 
ington]. A. L. S. 7, 829. 

Dec. 6. BOYD, Alexander. Fort Loudoun. To [Washing 
ton]. A. L. S. 7, 830. 



44 LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

1757, Dec. 6. MURRAY, Richard. Account against [Ensign] James 

Roy. A. D. S. 7, 831. 

- Dec. 9. FAIRFAX, William Henry. New York. To [Wash 

ington]. A. L. S. 7,832. 

- Dec. 9. SHEPHERD, Andrew. Account against [Ensign] 

James Roy. A. D. S. 7, 833. 

See after 7, 842 for 7, 834, 835 and 836. 

[1757, Dec.] WAGGENER, Thomas. Necessary roll of his com 
pany on the South Branch for December. D. S. : 
Thos. Waggener, Peter Steenberger, and William 
Woodford. 7, 840. 

[- -Dec.] WAGGENER, Thomas. Fort George. Receipts of 
members of his company for pay for November 
and December. Dated Jan. 21, 1758. 7, 842. 
[1757.] [WASHINGTON.] Speech to the Catawbas. Draft with 
corrections in ms. of Washington. Also a list 
of presents of goods delivered to the Notaway 
and Catawba tribes, an A. D. S. by John Nash. 

7, 834. 

HALL, John. To [Washington]. A. L. S. 7, 835. 

HORROCKS, J[ohn]. To [Washington]. A. L. S. 7, 836. 

See after 6, 792 for 7, 837. 

VIRGINIA TROOPS, Militia. Return of drafts received 
from the different counties [at Fredericksburg]. 

7, 843. 

ALEXANDRIA, Virginia. Size roll of the Independent 
Company of Alexandria. 7, 844. 

DINWIDDIE, Robert. Williamsburg. Blank warrants for 
execution in accordance with sentence of court- 
martial. Ds. S. Seals appended. 7, 845, 846, 847. 

1758, Jan. 1. WASHINGTON. Fort Loudoun. Return of the Vir 

ginia regiment commanded by, for the month of 

Dec., 1757. 7, 848. 

-Jan. 1. WAGGENER, Thomas. Return of the ammunition 

at Fort HopeweU. A. D. S. 7, 849. 

- Jan. 4. MASON, Gfeorge]. Dogues Neck. To Washington. 

A. L. S. 7, 850. 

- Jan. 5. NICHOLAS, Ro[bert] C. Williamsburg. To Wash 

ington. A. L. S. 7, 851. 

-Jan. 25. BLAIR, John. Williamsburg. To Washington. 

Recent copy. 7, 852. 

- Jan. 28. BAYLIS, John. Notice of the refusal of Alexander 

Woodrow to fight a duel. A. D. S. 7, 853. 
Jan. 30. BAYLIS, John. To [Washington]. A. L. S. 7, 854. 



WASHINGTON MANUSCRIPTS 45 

1758, Feb. 1 . WASHINGTON. Fort Loudoun. Return 01 the regi 
ment commanded by, for the month of Jan., 
1758. 7, 855. 

- Feb. 1. McKENZIE, Robert. Necessary roll of his company. 

7 7 856. 

-Feb. 1. WAGGENER, Thomas. Return of ammunition at 
Fort Hopewell. D. S. 7, 858. 

- Feb. 3. GIST, Christopher. Winchester. To Washington. 

A. L. S. 7, 859. 

- Feb. 5. BLAIR, John. Williamsburg. To Washington. 

A. L. S. 7, 860. 

- Feb. 6. NICHOLAS, Ro[bert] C. Williamsburg. To [Wash 

ington.] A. L. S. 7, 861. 

- Feb. 7. LEWIS, Joshua. Return of provisions and stores at 

Fort Patterson. D. S. 7, 862. 

-Feb. 11. CHEW, Joseph. New London. To [Washington]. 

A. L. S. " 7, 863. 

___Feb. 14. HALL, John. Suffolk, Va, To [Washington]. 

A. L. S. 7, 864. 

- Feb. 16. FORT YOUNG. List of stores at. 7, 865. 

- Feb. 20. THOMPSON, Nathaniel. Fort Loudoun. To Wash 

ington. A. L. S. 7, 866. 

- Feb. 23. SMITH, Charles. Fort Loudoun. To Washington. 

A. L. S. 7, 867. 

- Mar. 1. ROBINSON, Bev[erly]. New York. To [Washing 

ton]. A. L. S. 7, 868. 

-Mar. 1. WASHINGTON. Fort Loudoun. Return of the 

Virginia regiment commanded by, for the 

month of Feb., 1758. 7, 869. 

- Mar. 1. WAGGENER, Thomas. Necessary roll of this com 

pany at Fort Hopewell on the South Branch. 
D. S. by Waggener, Peter Steenbergen, and Wm. 
Woodford. 7, 870. 

- Mar. 1. Necessary roll of his company at Fort Hopewell. 

D. S. : Waggener, Steenbergen, and Woodford. 

7, 873. 

- Mar. 2. SMITH, John. Winchester. To [Washington]. 

A. L. S. 7, 875. 

- Mar. 6. WAGGENER, Thomas. Return of ammunition at 

Fort Hopewell. A. D. S. 7, 876. 

- Mar. 10. BLAIR, John. Williamsburg. To [Washington], 

A. L. S. 7, 877. 

- Mar. 10. STANWIX, John, Lancaster. To Washington. 

A. L. S. 7, 878. 



46 LIBRAKY OF CONGRESS 

1758, Mar. WAGGENER, Thomas. Necessary roll of his com 
pany at Fort Hopewell for the month of March. 
D. S. by Waggener, Peter Steenbergen, and 
Wm. Woodford. 7, 879. 

- Apr. 1. WAGGENER, Thomas. Return of ammunition at 

Fort Hopewell. A. D. S. 7, 882. 

Apr. 2. McKENZIE, Robert. Necessary roll of his company 

for March, 1758. A. D. S. : Robert McKenzie, 
signed also by Nathaniel Gist. 7, 881. 

- Apr. 3-.May 24. [WASHINGTON.] Memorandum of mili 

tary accounts. A. D. 12. 7 pp. (Paper.) 
1 vol. M. 

- Apr. 3. CARLYLE & DALTON. Receipt to Washington for 

sundries. D. S. 7, 883. 

- Apr. 3. RAMSAY, William. Receipt for provisions. A. D. S. 

7, 884. 

- Apr. 9. BLAIR, John. Williamsburg, To [Washington]. 

L. S. 7, 885. 

- Apr. 10. BAKER, J[ohn]. Patterson's. To [Washington]. 

A. L. S. 7, 886. 

- Apr. 13. ST. CLAIR, John. Philadelphia. To [Thomas] Bul- 

litt, Winchester. L. S. 7, 887. 

- Apr. 16. ROBINSON, Bev[erly]. New York. To [Washing 

ton]. A. L. S. 7, 888. 

- Apr. 20. ST. CLAIR, John. Philadelphia. To Washington. 

Recent copy. 7, 889. 

- Apr. 22. STEPHEN, Adam. Fredericksburg. To [Washing 

ton]. A. L. S. 7, 890. 

- Apr. 24. COUNCIL OF WAR. Fort Loudoun. Proceedings. 

D. S. by G[eorge] Washington and eight others. 

7, 891. 

- Apr. 26. STEUART, Walter. Fredericksburg. To Washing 

ton. A. L. S. 7, 892. 

- Apr. 26-Apr. 29. BULLITT, [Thomas]. Expense account. 

7, 893. 

- Apr. 27-Dec. 20. WASHINGTON, George. Letter book. 

No. 4. 1 vol. f . 169 pp. M. 

- Apr. 27. BUTCHER, Samuel. Account. A. D. S. 7, 893. 

- Apr. 27. COLEDOUGH, William. Account. A. D. S. 

7, 893. 

-Apr. 27. BASSET, T[homas?]. Fort Frederick. To Wash 
ington. A. L. S. 7, 894. 

- Apr. 28. COLEMAN, R[ichar]d. Account against Lt. [John] 

King. A. D. S. 7, 895. 

- Apr. 28. TACKITT, William. Account against John Keiting. 

A. D. S. 7, 895. 



WASHINGTON MANUSCRIPTS 47 

1758, Apr. 30. WAGGENER, Thomas. Fort Hopewell. To Wash 
ington. A. L. S. 7, 896. 

- May 1-June 15. [WASHINGTON.] Memorandum of money 

paid to recruits for the Virginia regiment. 

A. D. S.- 5 pp. 12. (Paper.) 1 vol. M. 

[WASHINGTON.] Endorsement of wrapper 

to [James] Roy's vouchers. A. D. 7, 897. 

- May 2. KING, John. Fairfax County. To Washington. 

A. L. S. 7, 898. 

- May 2. MURRAY, John. Account against Capt. Thomas 

BuUitt. A. D. S. 7, 899. 

May 3. YOUNG, Margaret. Account against Capt. Thomas 

Bullitt. A. D. S. 7, 899. 

Account against Capt. [Thomas] Bullitt. A. D. S. 

7, 900. 

- May 3. BLAIR, John. Williamsburg. To Washington, Win 

chester. A. L. S. 7, 901. 

- May 3. TALBOT, Matthew. Otter River. To Clement Read, 

Lunenburg. A. L. S. 7, 902. 

- May 4. HALKETT, Francis. Philadelphia. To [Washing 

ton]. A. L. S. 7, 903. 

- May 4. BLAIR, John. [Winchester.] To the Lieutenant of 

Prince William County. Con temp. copy. 

7, 904. 

- May 4. WILLETT, Edward. Account against Lieut. [John]. 

King. D. S. 7, 905. 

- May 4. JARROW[ ?], William. Account. A. D. S. 7, 906. 

- May 4. ASHMORE, William. Prince William Courthouse. 

Account against Sergeant [John] Keating. 
A. D. S. 7, 906. 

- May 4. TYLER, Charles. Account against Capt. [Thomas] 

Bullitt. A. D. S. 7, 906. 

- May 5. ASHMORE, William. Account against Capt. [Thomas 

Bullitt]. A. D. S. 7, 906. 

- May 5. LEWIS, Warner. To Washington. A. L. S. 7, 908. 
May 5. HOLLIS, John. Account against Sampson Franklin. 

A. D. S. 7, 908. 

-May 6. LEWIS, Warner. Warner Hall. To Washington. 

A. L. S. 7, 909. 

May 6. MASON, G[eorge]. To Washington. Fort Loudoun. 

A. L. S. 7, 910. 
-May 6. COLDOUGH, William. Account. A. D. S. 7, 911. 

May 6, RAMEY, Thomas. Account against Capt. [Thomas] 

Bullitt. A. D. S. 7, 911. 



48 LIBRARY CF CONGRESS 

1758, May 6. TACKETT, William. Account against John Keating. 
A. D. S. 7,911. 

- May 7. JACOB, William. Fort Loudoun. Receipt for enlist 

ment money to Lieut. John Campbell. A. D. S. 

7, 911. 

- May 7. WEST, William. Account against Lieut. [John] 

King. A. D. S. 7, 912. 

- May 7. ST. CLAIR, John. York. To Washington. L. S. 

7, 913. 

- May 7. COOKE, William. Account against Lieut. [John] 

King. A. D. S. (2 pieces.) 7, 914. 

- May 8. EARLE, Samuel. Account against Sergt. [John] 

Keyton [Keating]. A. D. S. 7, 914. 

- May 8. DODD, William. Loudoun County. Receipt to 

Lieut. [ ] Crawford for money for recruiting 

expenses. A. D. S. 7, 914. 

May 8. NEAL, Lewis. Receipt to Sampson Franklin. 

7, 914. 

May 8. MEAD, William. James Turner's, Goose Creek. To 

Col. Matthew Talhot. A. L. S. 7, 915. 

May 8. James Turner's, Goose Creek. To Col. Matthew 

Talbot. A. L. S. Addressed on verso to 

Clement Read, Lunenburgh. 7, 916. 

-[May8?] COLLINS, Joseph. To John Bates. A. L. S. 

7, 917. 

[May8?] MORGAIN, [MORGAN]. Thomas and Christuer 

[Christopher] CHOAT. [Bedford County, Vir 
ginia.] Account of Indian attack. A. D. S. 
By Morgan, signed also by Choat. 7, 918. 

- May 9. NORTON, John. York. To [Washington]. A. L. S. 

7, 919. 

- May 9. DALTON, Timothy. Bedford County. Deposition as 

to an Indian attack. Sworn before Robert 

Baker. 7, 920. 

-May 9. BLAKEMON, Thomas. Account against Capt. 

[Thomas] Bullitt. A. D. S. 7, 921. 

- May 8. NEAVILL, George. Account against Capt. 

[Thomas] Bullitt. A. D.. S. 7, 921. 

- May 9. ASHBEY, Robert. Account against Sergt. [John 

Keating?]. A. D. S. 7,921. 

- May 10. COMBS, Joseph. Account against Sergt. [John 

Keating?]. A. D. S. 7,921. 

-May 10. WAGGENER, Thomas. Fort Hopewell. To 

[Washington]. A. L. S. 7, 922. 



WASHINGTON MANUSCRIPTS ' 49 

1758, May 10. CHEW, Joseph. New London. To Washington. 
A. L. S. 7, 923. 

- May 10. TALBOTT, Matthew. To [John Blair]. A. L. S. 

7, 924. 

- May 10. HAWKINS, Pink[ney]. Bedford. To [John Blair], 

A. L. S. 7, 925. 

- May 10. RENO, John. Account against Corpl. John Cater 

and A. Leuces [Lewis ?]. A. D. S. 7, C29. 

-May 11. BLAIR, John. Williamshurg. To [Washington]. 

A. L. S. 7, 926. 

- May 11. BLAGG, John. To [Washington]. A. L. S. 7, 927. 
-May 11. TALBOT, Charles. To Clement Read. Lunenburgh. 

A. L. S. 7, 928. 

-May 11. EDWARDS, Benjamin. Loudoun County. Receipt 

to Lieut. [John] Crawford for recruiting expenses. 

A. D. S. 7, 929. 

- May 12. HOLINGBURGH, John Martin. Receipt for enlist 

ment money received from Lieut. John Campbell. 
A. D. S. 7, 929. 

- May 12. HARDIN, Edward. Receipt to Lieut. [John] Craw 

ford. A. D. S. 7, 929. 

See also after 7, 925 for 7, 929. 

- May 12. TALBOT, Matthew. To Clement Read. Lunen 

burgh. A. L. S. 7, 930. 

-May 12. TALBOT, Chfarles]. To Clement Read. [Lunen 
burgh]. A. L. S. 7, 931. 

- May 12. VIRGINIA TROOPS. First Colonial regiment. 

Daily return of regiment at Fort Loudoun. 

7, 932. 

-May 13. JANKEN [Jenkins?]. John. Receipt for recruit 
ing expenses to Lieut. [John] Crawford. L. S. 

7, 933. 

- May 13. WATERS, Thomas. Receipt for enlistment money 

to Lieut. John Campbell. D. S. 7, 933. 

- May 13. MURRAY, David. Receipt for enlistment money to 

Lieut. Nathaniel Thompson. D. S. . 7, 933. 

- May 14. KEEN, Richard. Fort Loudoun. Receipt to 

Lieut. John Campbell for enlistment money. 
D. S. 7, 933. 

- May 14. ST. CLAIR, John. Frederick Town. To Washing 

ton. A. L. S. 7, 934. 

-May 14. BUTCHER, Samuel. Receipt for recruiting expenses 

to Lieut. [John] Crawford. A. D. S. 7, 935. 

114726 19 4 



50 LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

1758, May 15. CRAWFORD, Valentine. Receipt for recruiting 
expenses to Lieut. [John] Crawford. A. D. S. 

7, 935. 

- May 15. BLAIR, John. Williamsburg. To [Washington]. 

A. L. S. 7, 936. 

-May 15. GALLOWAY, William. Bedford. To Washington. 

A. L. S. 7, 937. 

- May 16. LEE, Henry. Prince William County. To [Wash 

ington]. A. L. S. 7, 938. 

- May 16. MASON, G[eorge]. Dogues Neck. To Washington. 

Fort Loudoun. A. L. S. 7, 939. 

- May 16. [SMITH, Charles.] Return of working tools, etc., at 

Fort Loudoun. 7, 940. 

- May 17. WOODFORD, William. Fort George. To Wash 

ington. A. L. S. 8, 941. 

- May 17. CHEW, Joseph. New London. To Washington. 

A. L. S. 8, 942. 

May 18. WOLF, Jacob, Aaron GRINDSTOFF and George 
COFFIELD. Deposition. Endorsed by Wash 
ington: "Charges against Lt. McDowell of the 
Ranging Company" D. S. with marks. 8, 943. 

- May 19 and 20. NOLAND, William and Benjamin ED 

WARDS. Receipts to Lt. Crawford. A. Ds. S. 

8, 944. 

- May 20. BUTCHER, Samuel. Receipt to Lieut. [John] Craw 

ford. D. S. 8, 944. 

- May 20. WAGGENER, Thomas. Fort Hopewell. To Wash 

ington. A. L. S. 8, 945. 

- May 21. BULLITT, Thomas. Patterson's. To Washington. 

A. L. S. 8, 946. 

-May 21. ROBINSON, Beverley. New York. To Washing 
ton. A. L. S. 8, 947. 

-May 21. STEVENSON, Richard. Receipt to Lieut. [John] 
Crawford. A. D. S. 8, 948. 

May 22. SITTON, Benjamin and others. Deposition as to Lt. 
[Joseph] McDowell's conduct. D. S. with 
marks. 8, 949. 

-May 22. RUTHERFORD, R[obert]. Winchester. To En 
sign Samuel Fry. A. L. S. 8, 950. 

-May 22. RUTHERFORD, Rfobert]. Winchester. To Lt. 
Joseph McDowell. A. L. S. 8,951. 

-May 23. RUTHERFORD, R[obert]. Winchester. To Lt. 
Thomas Swearingen. A. L. S. 8, 952. 

-May 24. BLAIR, John. Williamsburg. To Washington. 
A. L. S. 8, 953. 



WASHINGTON MANUSCRIPTS 51 

1758, May 24. ST. GLAIR, [Sir] John. Winchester. Orders to 
Washington. D. S. 8, 954. 

[1758?, May 26.] PRINCE GEORGE COUNTY, Virginia. List 
of soldiers enlisted in His Majesty's service for 
the county. 8, 955. 

1758, May 31. TOOLS. Delivered to the artificers, May 31 and 
June 23. 8, 956. 

- June 6. RUTHERFORD, R[obert]. Winchester. To Wash 

ington. A. L. S. 8, 957. 

- June 6. KNIGHT, Humphrey. Mount Vernon. To Wash 

ington. A. L. S. 8, 958. 

- June 10. LEWIS, Fielding. To Washington. A. L. S. 

8, 959. 

- June 13. ST. CLAIR, [Sir] John. Conegocheaque. Orders to 

Washington. In ms. of Washington. D. S. 

8, 960. 

June 13. BOUQUET, Henry. Carlisle. Answers to sundry 

queries put to him by Washington. A. D. S. 

8, 961. 

June 14-20. WASHINGTON. Receipt book of payments 

made for military services. 1 vol. 12. 15 
pp. In ms. of Alexander Boyd. M. 

- June 14-Sept. 12. WASHINGTON. Letter book. 1 vol. f 

80 pp. (Known as the Bouquet letter book. 
Nearly all in ms. of and signed by Washing 
ton.) M. 

June 15. WASHINGTON. Account of sundry disbursements 

for contingencies, forage, baggage and bat money. 

8, 962. 

- June 15. FIELD, John. Fort Loudoun. Receipt to Wash 

ington for money to carry to Lt. Col. [Adam] 
Stephen. D. S. 8, 963. 

- June 17. PATTERSON, John. To [Washington]. A. L. S. 

8, 964. 

- June 18. ST. CLAIR, [Sir] John. Carlisle. To Washington. 

A. L. S. 8, 965. 

- June 18. McKENZIE, Robert. Receipt to Washington. D. S. 

8, 966. 

- June 20. SHARPE, Robert. Fort Frederick. To Washing 

ton. A. L. S. 8, 967. 

- June 20. SINCLAIR, James. Carlisle. To Washington. 

Recent copy. 8, 968. 

- June 20. HOLGAMOTE, Joseph. Connigochig. To Wash 

ington. A. L. S. 8, 969. 



52 LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

1758, June 21. KIDD, John. Conegocheague. To Washington. 
A. L. S. With list of sundrys from Carlylc in 
ms. of Washington. . 8, 970. 

June 22. ST. GLAIR, [Sir] John. Carlisle. To Washington. 

L. S. 8, 971. 

June 22. McKENZIE, Robert. Receipts to Washington. 

Ds. S. 8, 972-3. 

June 25. FAUQUIER, Francis. Williamsburg. To Wash 
ington. A. L. S. 8, 974. 

June 25. LEWIS, Fielding. To Washington. A. L. S. 

8, 975. 

-June 25. HALKETT, Francis. Philadelphia. To Washing 
ton. A. L. S. 8, 976. 

- June 26. FRANKS, David. Philadelphia. Receipts to Wash 

ington. A. Ds. S. 8, 977. 

-June 27. STEUART, Walter. Raes Town. To [Washing 
ton]. A. L. S. 8, 978. 

- June 27. BOUQUET, Henry. Raes Town. To Washington. 

A. L. S. 8, 979. 

-June 27. FRANKS, David. Philadelphia. To Washington. 

A. L. S. 8, 980. 

-June 28. STEPHEN, Adam. Raystown. To [Washington]. 

L. S. 8, 981. 

- June 28. VIRGINIA TROOPS, Colonial. Return of five com 

panies of First Virginia regiment and the com 
pany of artificers at PearsalPs Fort. 8, 982. 

- June 29. HITE, Jacob. To [Washington]. A. L. S. 8, 983. 

June 29. LEWIS, Andrew and others. Pearsall's. Appraise 
ments of sundry wagons entered into His Maj 
esty's service. D. S. by Lewis and three others. 

8, 984, and 986. 

- June 29. GALBRAITH, Joseph. Return of provisions in 

store at Fort Pearsall. A. D. S. 8, 985. 

-[June?] [WASHINGTON.] Miscellaneous military financial 

memoranda. 8, 987. 

-Julyl. BOUQUET, Henry. Reas Town. To Washington. 

A. L. S. 8, 988. 

-Julyl. SMITH, Charles. Fort Loudoun. To Washington. 

A. L. S. With return of soldiers left at Fort 

Loudoun. A. D. S. 8, 989. 

- July 2. RUTHERFORD, R[obert]. Winchester. To [Wash 

ington]. A. L. S. 8, 990. 

-July 2. HITE, John. To Washington. A. L. S. 8, 991. 

- July 2. FORT CUMBERLAND, Maryland. Return of 

strength of the garrison at. 8, 992. 



WASHINGTON MANUSCRIPTS 53 

1758, July 2. FORT CUMBERLAND, Maryland. Return of stores 
at. 8, 993. 

- July 2. FORT CUMBERLAND, Maryland. Return of pro 

visions on hand at. A. D. S. : Peter Stalker. 
Endorsed by Washington: "Return of Provns. 
at Fort Cumberland belongg. to Maryland." 

8, 994. 

- July 3. PARSONS, Thomas. Receipts to Washington for In 

dian accounts. Ds. S. 8, 995. 
July 3. LEWIS, Andrew and others. Appraisement of sut 
ler's liquors. 8, 996. 
-July 4. BOSOMWORTH, A[braham]. ReasTown. To Wash 
ington. A. L. S. 8, 997. 

- July 5. DAGWORTHY, John. Return of beef delivered by 

Lt. col. [Adam] Stephen to the Maryland forces 
in the year 1757. 5, 677. 

July 6. JONES, Gabriel. Winchester. To Washington. A. 

L. S. 8, 998. 

July 6. KIRKPATRICK, John. Winchester. To Washing 

ton. A. L. S. 8, 999. 

-July 6. STEPHEN, Adam. Raystown. To [Washington]. 

A. L. S. 8, 1000. 
July 6. GALBRAITH, Joseph. Fort Cumberlamd. Return 

of provisions in camp. A. D. S. 8, 1001. 
July 6. DAGWORTHY, John. Fort Cumberland. Return 

of garrison at. A. D. S. 8, 1002. 
July 6. STEPHEN, Adam. Raystown. Return of Virginia 

companies at. 8, 1002. 
July 6. FORT CUMBERLAND, Maryland. Return of pro 
visions at. A. D. S.: Peter Stalker. 8, 1003. 
July 7. BOSOMWORTH, Afbraham], Raes Town. To 

Washington. 8, 1004. 

- July 7. WOOD, J. Winchester. To [Washington]. Recent 

copy. 8, 1005. 

-July 7. SMITH, Charles. Fort Loudoun. Weekly return of 

soldiers left at. A. D. 8, 1006. 

-JulyS. BOUQUET, Henry. Raes Town. To Washington. 

A. L. S. 8, 1007. 

- July 9. POOLE, William. To Washington. A. L. S. 

8, 1008. 

July 10. BYRD, William. Fort Cumberland, Maryland. 

Weekly return of Second Virginia regiment, 
commanded by. D. S. 8, 1009. 

July 11. BOSOMWORTH, A[braham]. Rays Town. To 

Washington. A. L. S. 8, 1010. 



54 LIBKARY OF CONGRESS 

1 758, July 1 1 . HARD WICK, Christopher. Bullskin. To Washing 
ton. A. L. S. 8,1011. 
-July 11. BOUQUET, Henry. Reas Town. To Washington. 
Recent copy. 8, 1012. 

- July 12. MERCER, George. Camp 6 miles from Fort Cum 

berland. To [Washington]. Recent copy. 

8, 1013. 

- July 12. STEPHEN, Adam. Rays Town. Return of six 

companies of the First Virginia regiment. 

8, 1014. 

- July 13. KNIGHT, Humphrey. Alexandria. To [Washing 

ton]. A. L. S. 8, 1015. 

- July 13. STEPHEN, Adam. Raes Town. To Washington. 

A. L. S. 8, 1016. 

- July 13. STEWART, Robert. Returns of his troop of Vir 

ginia light horse. D. S. and A. D. S. 8, 1017. 

- July 14. CARLYLE, John. Alexandria. To Washington. 

A. L. S. 8, 1018. 

- July 14. BOUQUET, Henry. Reas Town. To Washington. 

A. L. S. 8, 1019. 

- July 14. STEPHEN, Adam. Raes Town. To [Washington]. 

A. L. S. 8, 1020. 

- July 15. SMITH, Charles. Fort Loudoun. Weekly return of 

soldiers at. A. D. S. 8, 1021. 

-July 17. HUBBARD, Edward. Rays Town. To [Washing 
ton]. A. L. S. 8, 1022. 

- July 17. CHEW, Joseph. New London [Connecticut]. To 

Washington. A. L. S. 8, 1023. 
July 17. BYRD, William. Weekly return of five companies 
of the Second Virginia regiment commanded by. 
D. S. 8, 1024. 
July 19. SINCLAIR, James. Carlisle. To Washington. 
A. L. S. 8, 1025. 
July 19. GLEN, James. Reas or Bouquetsburgh. To Wash 
ington or Byrd or either of them. A. L. S. 

8, 1026. 

July 19. STEPHEN, Adam. Raes Town. To [Washington]. 

A. L. S. 8, 1027. 

- July 19. SNICKERS, Edward. To Washington. A. L. S. 

8, 1028. 

- July 19. STEPHEN, Adam. Daily return of Virginia com 

panies that draw provisions. D. S. 8, 1029. 

July 20. SMITH, Charles. Fort Loudoun. Weekly return of 

soldiers left at Fort Loudoun. A. D. S. 

8, 1029. 



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1758, July 20. GIST, Christopher. Winchester. To Washington. 
A. L. S. 8, 1030 

July 20. FAUQUIER, Francis. Williamsburg. To Washing 
ton. A. L. S. 8, 1031. 
- July 20. SMITH, Charles. Fort Loudoun. To Washington. 
A. L. S. 8, 1032. 

July 20. RUTHERFORD, Robert. Winchester. To Wash 
ington. A. L. S. 8, 1033. 

July 20. BOSOMWORTH, A[braham]. Rays Town. To 

Washington. A. L. S. 8, 1034. 

July 20. STETTART, Walter. Raes Town. To Washington. 

A. L. S. 8, 1035. 

July 21. KIRKPATRICK, John. Alexandria. To Washing 
ton. A. L. S. 8, 1036. 

July 21. GALBRAITH, Joseph. Return of provisions in store 

at Fort Cumberland. A. D. S. 8, 1037. 

July 21. STEWART, Robert. Return of troop of light horse. 

8, 1038. 

July 23. STEWART, Robert. Cresaps. To [Washington]. 

A. L. S. 8, 1039. 

July 24. McNEILL, John. To [Washington]. A. L. S. 

8, 1040. 

July 24. JONES, G[abriel]. Bush's. To Washington. A.L.S. 

8, 1041. 

July 24. BOSOMWORTH, A[braham]. Rays Town. To 

Washington. A. L. S. 8, 1042. 

July 24. WALKER, John. Fort Loudoun. To [Washington]. 

A. L. S. 8, 1043. 

July 24. SMITH, Charles. Fort Loudoun. To Washington. 

A. L. S. 8, 1044. 

July 24. STEWART, Robert. Old Town. Weekly return of 

troop of light horse. D. S. 8, 1045. 

July 24. BYRD, William. Fort Cumberland. Weekly return 

of Second Virginia regiment commanded by. D. S. 

8, 1046. 

July 24. FREDERICK COUNTY, Virginia. Poll taken. 

Candidates: Col. T. B. Martin, Col. G. Wash 
ington, Thos. Swearingen, and Hugh West. 

8, 1047. 

July 24. HETH, Henry. Account against Washington for 

election expenses. Receipted to Lt. Charles 
Smith. D. S. 8, 1050. 

July 24. FUNK, John. Account against Washington for elec 
tion expenses. Receipted to Lt. Charles Smith. 
D. S. 8, 1050. 



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1758, July 24. 

July 24. 

July 24. 

July 25. 

- July 25. 

- July 25. 

July 25. 

July 26. 

July 26. 

July 26. 

July 26. 

July 27. 

July 27. 

July 27. 

-July 30. 

- July 30. 
July 30. 



July 31. 

July.] 

Aug. 1. 



BRINKER, Henry. Account against Washington 
for election expenses. Receipted to Lt. Charles 
Smith. D. S. 8, 1051. 

WODROW, Alexander. Winchester. Account 
against Washington for election expenses. Re 
ceipted to Lt. Charles Smith. A. D. S. 8, 1051. 

HITE, John. Account against Washington for elec 
tion expenses. Receipted to Lt. Charles Smith, 
A. D. S. 8, 1052. 

CARLYLE, John. Winchester. To [Washington]. 



A. L. S. 
DICK, Charles. Winchester. To 

A. L. S. 
FAIRFAX, W[illiam]. 

ton]. A. L. S. 
STEWART, Robert. 

A. L. S. 
RUTHERFORD, Robert. 

ington]. A. L. S. 



8, 1053. 
[Washington]. 

8, 1054. 
To [Washing- 

8, 1055. 
[Washington]. 

8, 1056. 
Winchester. To [Wash- 

8, 1057. 



Winchester. 



Cresaps. To 



CHEW, Joseph. 

A. L. S. 
SMITH, Charles. 

A. L. S. 
SMITH, Charles. 



New London. To [Washington]. 

8, 1058. 
Fort Loudoun. To [Washington]. 

8, 1059. 
Weekly return of soldiers left at 



8, 1060. 
To Washington. 

8, 1061. 
To Washington. 

8, 1062. 
To Washington. 

8, 1063. 
To Washington. 

8, 1064. 



Fort Loudoun. A. D. S. 

MERCER, George. Raes Town. 
A. L. S. 

BOUQUET, Henry. Reas Town. 
A. L. S. 

STEPHEN, Adam. Raes Town. 
A. L. S. 

SMITH, Charles. Fort Loudoun. 
A. L. S. 

FORT LOUDOUN, Virginia. Return of all the 
spare arms left at Fort Loudoun. 8, 1065. 

HUBBARD, Edward. Daily return of Virginia de 
tachment at Rays Town under command of 
Lt. Col. Stephen. D. S. 8, 1065. 

RUTHERFORD, Robert. Winchester. To [Wash 
ington]. A. L. S. 8, 1066. 
[WASHINGTON.] [Fort Cumberland.] To [Col. J. 
Wood]. A. Df. 8, 1067. 

STEWART, Robert. Weekly return of his troop of 
light horse. D. S. 8, 1068. 



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1758, Aug. 2. HALKETT, Francis. Carlisle [Pennsylvania]. To 
Washington. A. L. S. 8, 1069. 

Aug. 2. IIUBBARD, E[dward]. Daily return of the Vir 
ginia detachment commanded by Lt. Col. 
Stephen, at Eays Town. D. S. 8, 1069. 

- Aug. 2. STEPHEN, Adam. Raes Town. To [Washington]. 

A. L. S. 8, 1070. 

- Aug. 3. HARD WICK, Christopher. Bullskin. To Washing 

ton. A. L. S. 8, 1071. 

- Aug. 4. BOUQUET, Henry. Reas Town. To Washington. 

A. L. S. 8, 1072. 

- Aug. 4. CARLYLE, John. Alexandria. To Washington. 

A. L. S. 8, 1073. 

- Aug. 4. STEWART, Robert. Cresap's. To Washington. 

A. L. S. 8, 1074. 

- Aug. 4. PRATHER, Henry. Old Town. To [Washington]. 

A. L. S. 8, 1075. 

Aug. 4. SMITH, Charles. Weekly return of soldiers left at 

Fort Loudoun. 'A. D. S. 8, 1076. 

- Aug. 5. SMITH, Charles. Fort Loudoun. To Washington. 

A. L. S. 8, 1077. 

Aug. 5. STEWART, Robert. Cresap's. To [Washington]. 

A. L. S. 8, 1078. 

- Aug. 5. FAIRFAX, William. Belvoir. To Washington. 

A. L. S. 8, 1079. 

-Aug. 6. BYRD, W[illiam]. Fort Cumberland. Return of the 

Second Virginia regiment commanded by. D. 

S. 9, 1080. 

- Aug. 8. CARLYLE, John. Alexandria. To Washington. 

A. L. S. 9, 1081. 

Aug. 8. STEWART, Robert. Cresap's. To [Washington]. 

A. L. S. 9, 1082. 

Aug. 9. BOSOMWORTH, A[braham]. Rays Town. To 

Washington. A. L. S. 9, 1083. 

- Aug. 9. ST. CLAIR, [Sir] John. Rays Town. To Washing 

ton. A. L. S. 9, 1084. 

- Aug. 10. BOUQUET, Henry. Reas Town. To Washington. 

A. L. S. 9, 1085. 

Aug. 10. BOUQUET, Henry. Prices and rates of sutler's 

goods and liquors at Reas Town by order of 
Col. Bouquet. Contemp. copy. 9, 1086. 

Aug. 11. ROSS, William. Receipt for arrears of pay due 

Sergt. Charles Calliaux. D. S. 9, 1087. 

- Aug. 12. BYRD, William. Morning return of Second Vir 

ginia regiment commanded by. 9, 1088. 



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1758, Aug. 13. PATTERSON, John. Alexandria. To [Washing 
ton]. A. L. S. 9, 1089. 

- Aug. 14. WALKER, Thomas. Winchester. To Washington. 

A. L. S. 9, 1090. 

- Aug. 14. BYRD, W[illiam]. Fort Cumberland. Weekly re 

turn of Second Virginia regiment commanded by. 
D. S. 9, 1091. 

- Aug. 15. SMITH, Charles. Fort Loudoun. To Washington. 

A. L. S. 9, 1092. 

-Aug. 17. RAMSAY, William. Rays Town. To [Washing 
ton]. A. L. S. 9, 1093. 

-Aug. 17. BOUQUET, H[enry]. Reas Town. To Washing 
ton. A. L. S. 9, 1094. 

- Aug. 19. RAMSAY, William. Rays Town. To [Washington]. 

A. L. S. 9, 1095, 

- Aug. 7-19. CHEW, Coleby. Journal of his scouting expedi 

tion with rough sketch map, in pencil, of his 
route. A. D. 9, 1096-7. 

-Aug. 21. BOUQUET, Henry. Reas Town. To [Washing 
ton]. A. L. S. 9, 1098. 

-Aug. 21. BYRD, Wplliam]. Weekly return of Second Vir 
ginia regiment commanded by. D. S. 9, 1099. 

- Aug. 22. CHEW, Coleby. Rays Town. To [Washington]. 

A. L. S. 9,1100. 

- Aug. 22. CARLYLE, John. Alexandria. To Washington. 

A. L. S. 9,1101. 

-Aug. 22. SMITH, Charles. Fort Loudoun. To [Washington]. 

A. L. S. 9,1102. 

- Aug. 23. KNIGHT, Humphrey. Mount Vernon. To [Wash 

ington]. A. L. S. 9, 1103. 

-Aug. 23. CHEW, Joseph. New London. To Washington. 

A. L. S. 9,1104. 

- Aug. 23. BOUQUET, Henry. Reas Town. To Washington. 

A. L. S. 9,1105. 

-Aug. 23. BOSOMWORTH, A[braham]. Rays Town. To 

[Washington]. A. L. S. 9, 1106. 

- Aug. 23. KIRKPATRICK, John. Alexandria. To Washing 

ton. A. L. S. 9, 1107. 

- Aug. 23. GALBRAITH, Joseph. Fort Cumberland. Re 

turn of provisions in store at Fort Cumberland, 
A. D. S. 9,1108. 

- Aug. 24. VERNON, Richard. Fort Pearsall. To Washing 

ton. A. L. S. 9,1109. 

- Aug. 24. KNIGHT, Humphrey. Mount Vernon. To [Wash 

ington]. A. L. S. 9, 



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1758, Aug. 26. HARDWICK, Christopher. Bullskin. To Wash 
ington. A. L. S. 9, 1111. 

- Aug. 26. BOUQUET, Henry. Reas Town. To [Washing 

ton]. A. L. S. 9,1112. 

- Aug. 27. SMITH, Charles. Fort Loudoun. To [Washington]. 

A. L. S. 9,1113. 

- Aug. 29. RAMSAY, WiUiam. Rays Town. To [Washing 

ton]. A. L. S. 9,1114. 

Intelligence enclosed in Ramsay's letter. A. D. 

9, 1115. 

- Aug. 30. BOUQUET, Henry. Reas Town. To Washington. 

A. L. S. 9,1116. 

- Aug. 31. RAMSAY, William. Rays Town. To Washington. 

A. L. S. 9,1117. 

- Aug. 31. BOUQUET. Henry. Reas Town. To Washington. 

A. L. S. 9,1118. 

Aug. [BO YD, Alexander.] Form of receipt for subsistence 

and pay of soldiers left at Fort Loudoun. A. D. 

9, 1119. 

- Sept. 1. FAIRFAX, William. To [Washington]. A. L. S. 

9, 1120. 

-Sept. 1. [FAIRFAX, WiUiam.] Mount Vernon. To [Wash 
ington]. A. L. 9, 1121. 

-Sept. 1. CARLYLE, John. Alexandria. To [Washington]. 
A. L. S. 9,1122. 

- Sept. 2. KNIGHT, Humphrey. Mount Vernon. To Wash 

ington. A. L. S. 9, 1123. 

- Sept. 2. PATTERSON, John. Mount Vernon. To Washing 

ton. A. L. S. 9, 1124. 

Sept. 2. LIVINGSTON, James. Fort Cumberland. Return of 

ammunition in the stores at Fort Cumber 
land. D. S. 9, 1125. 

Sept. 3. HARDWICK, Christopher. Bullskin. To Wash 
ington. A. L. S. 9, 1126. 
Sept. 3. RAMSAY, WiUiam. Rays Town. To [Washington]. 
A. L.S. 9,1127. 

Sept. 3. GIST, Christopher. Rays Town. To Washington. 

A. L.S. 9,1128. 

Sept. 3. KIRKPATRICK, John. Alexandria. To [Washing 
ton]. A. L.S. 9, 1129. 

Sept. 4. BOUQUET, Henry. Reas Town. To Washington. 

A. L.S. 9, 1130. 

Sept. 5. PEEBLES, John. Return of the sick of the Second 

Virginia regiment in hospital and camp. D. S. 

9, 1131. 



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1758, Sept. 7. SMITH, Charlos. FortLoudoun. To [Washington]. 
A. L. S. 9,1132. 

- Sept. 8. [LEWIS, Andrew.] Daily return of Virginia detach 
ment at Loyal Hannon under command of. 

9, 1133. 

- Sept. 9. STEPHEN, Adam. Loyal Hannon. To [Washing 

ton]. A. L. S. 9,1134. 

- Sept. 9. WILPER, John David. Fort PearsaU. To [Wash 

ington]. A. L. S. 9,1135. 

- Sept. 10. MERCER, Hugh. Reas Town. To Washington. 

A. L. S. 9,1136. 

- Sept. [10]. WILPER, John David. Fort PearsaU. Return of 

invalids at Fort Pearsall. A. D. S. 9, 1137. 

- Sept. 10. MITTINGER, Daniel. Fort Cumberland. Court of 

inquiry on conduct of. 9, 1138. 

-Sept. 11. MERCER, Hugh. Reas Town. To [Washington]. 

A. L. S. 9,1139. 

-Sept. 11. CHEW, Joseph. New York. To Washington. 

A. L. S. 9, 1140. 

- Sept. 12. RAMSAY, William. Rays Town. To Washington. 

A. L. S. 9,1143. 

- Sept. 13. ROBINSON, John. [Williamsburg.] To [Wash 

ington]. A. L. S. 9, 1141. 

- Sept. 13. WAGGENER, Thomas. Receipt for payment for a 

horse sold to Washington. D. S. 9, 1142. 

- Sept. 13. STEPHEN, Adam. Loyal Hannon. To [Wash 

ington]. A. L. S. 9, 1144. 

- Sept. 13. WASHINGTON. Account with Alexander Boyd 

from June 22 to Sept. 13. A. D. of Boyd. 

9, 1145. 

Sept. 14. KIRKPATRICK, John. Alexandria. To [Wash 
ington]. A. L. S. 9, 1146. 

- Sept. 14. STEPHEN, Adam. Loyal Hannon. To Washing 

ton. A. L. S. 9,1147. 

- Sept. 14. [STEPHEN, Adam.] Return of the six companies 

of First Virginia regiment under the command 
of Lt. Col. Stephen at Loyal Hannon. 9, 1148. 

- Sept. 14. [WASHINGTON.] List of officers and soldiers 

missing, wounded and returned from the action 
near Fort Duquesne, Sept. 14. [Major James 
Grant's reconnoissance.] A. D. 9,1149. 

- Sept. 14. VIRGINIA TROOPS, Colonial. First Regiment. 

Return of killed and missing in the action near 
Fort Duquesne. [Major Grant's reconnoissance.] 

9, 1150. 



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1758, Sept. 14. FAUQUIER, Francis. Williamsburg. Speech to 
the General Assembly of Virginia. Broadside 
folder. 9, 1151. 

- Sept. 15. FAIRFAX, Bryan. Belvoir. To Washington. 

A. L. S. 9, 1152. 

- Sept. 15. FAIRFAX/ William. Belvoir. To [Washington]. 

A. L. S. 9, 1153. 

- Sept. 15. MERCER, Hugh. Reas Town. To [Washington]. 

A. L. S. 9, 1154. 

- Sept. 15. GALBRAITH, Joseph. Fort Cumberland. Re 

turn of provisions in store at Fort Cumberland. 
A. D. S. 9,1155. 

- Sept. 16. FORBES, John. Raestown. To [Washington]. 

Recent copy. 9,1156. 

- Sept. 16. VIRGINIA TROOPS, Colonial. First Regiment. 

Fort Cumberland. Return of four companies 
of. 9, 1157. 

- Sept. 16. MERCER, George. Fort Cumberland. Return of 

part of the Second Virginia regiment at Fort 
Cumberland. A. D. S. 9, 1158. 

- Sept. 16. FAUQUIER, Francis. Williamsburg. To Wash 

ington. A. L. S. 9, 1159. 

- Sept. 18. SMITH, Charles. Fort Loudoun. To Washington. 

A. L. S. 9, 1160. 

- Sept. 18. VIRGINIA, Legislature. Address of the House of 

Burgesses to Lt. Gov. Fauquier. Broadside. 

9, 1161. 

- Sept. 18. VIRGINIA, Legislature. Address of the Council to 

Lt. Gov. Fauquier. Broadside. 9,1162. 

[ Sept. 18.] WASHINGTON. Account with the Colony of 

Virginia, from June 22 to Aug. 4, 1758. A. D. 
of Alexander Boyd. 9, 1163. 

- Sept. 21-Nov. 24. [FORBES, John.] Orderly book of orders 

issued on the expedition against Fort Duquesne. 
1 vol. 8. M. 

- Sept. 26. THORNTON, Presley. Williamsburg. To [Wash 

ington]. A. L. S. 9, 1164. 

See after 9, 1182 for 9, 1165. 

- Oct. 4. WASHINGTON. Rays Town. Report of the guard. 

A. D. S. "Colo, for ye Day." 9,1166. 

- Oct. 4. WORK, Patrick. Rays Town. Report of the guard. 

D. S. 9, 1167. 

- Oct. 6. FORBES, John. Rays Town. Warrant as President 

and authority to hold a general court-martial. 
D. S. (Seal.) 9, 1 168. 



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1758, Oct. 6. WASHINGTON. Rays Town. Regiment of. Re 
turn of necessaries wanting to complete the 
different corps in the hospital. 9, 1169. 

- Oct. 7. FAUQUIER, Francis. Williamsburg. To Wash 

ington. A. L. S. 9, 1170. 

- Oct. 7. MERCER, George. Rays Town. Field report of the 

guards. A. D. S. 9, 1171. 

Oct. 9. PEACHEY, William. Rays Town. Report of the 

guards. D. S. 9, 1172. 

Oct. 11. CHEW, Joseph. New London. To Washington. 

A. L. S. 9, 1173. 

Oct. 12. SMITH, Charles. Fort Loudoun. To Washington. 

A. L. S. 9, 1174. 

Oct. 17. RAMSAY, William. Williamsburg. To [Washing 
ton]. A. L. S. 9, 1175. 

[ Oct. 17?]. McKENZIE, Robert, To [CaptJ Robert Stewart. 

A. L. S. 9,1176. 

- Oct. 17. STEWART, Robert. Reas Town. To [Washington]. 

A. L. S. 9, 1177. 

Oct. 22. HALL, John. Lake George. To Washington. 

A. L. S. 9, 1209. 
-Oct. 22. STEWART, Robert. Reas Town. To [Washing 
ton]. A. L. S. 9, 1178. 

Oct. 24. STEWART, Robert. Reas Town. To [Washing 
ton]. A. L. S. 9, 1179. 

- Oct. 25. STEWART, Robert. Reas Town. To [Washing 

ton]. A. L. S. 9, 1180. 

-Oct. 26. VIRGINIA TROOPS, Colonial. First regiment. 

Loyal Hannon. Return of necessaries wanting. 

9, 1181. 

- Oct. 27. SMITH, Charles. Fort Loudoun. Return of sol 

diers left at Fort Loudoun. D. S. 9, 1182. 
Oct. 30. COURT OF INQUIRY. Loyal Hannon. On con 
duct of [Lt. Walter] Cunningham. D. S. Adam 
Stephen. 9, 1165. 

- Oct. 31. LEWIS, Andrew. Montreal [Canada]. To Washing 

ton. A. L. S. 9, 1183. 
-Nov. 1. LLOYD, F. Loyal Hannon. Report of the guards. 
A. D. S. 9,1184. 
Nov. 4. FAUQUIER, Francis. Williamsburg. To Washing 
ton. 9, 1185. 
Nov. 4. [FORBES, John.] Loyal Hannon. Return of His 
Majesty's forces encamped at Loyal Hannon. 

9, 1186. 



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1758. Nov. 8. VIRGINIA TROOPS, Colonial. First regiment. 
Loyal Hannon. Morning return of the regiment. 

9, 1188. 

- Nov. 14. VIRGINIA TROOPS, Colonial. First regiment. 

Loyal Hannon. Return of the regiment. 

9, 1189. 

- Nov. 14. STEWART, Robert. Return of troops that are to 

march under the command of Brigadier Wash 
ington. D. S. 9, 1190. 

- Nov. 16. SMITH, Charles. Fort Loudoun. To Washington. 

A. L. S. 9, 1191. 

- Nov. 16. BOUQUET, H[enry]. Loyal Hannon. To Wash 

ington. A. L. S. 9,1192. 

- Nov. 16. BOUQUET, H[enry]. List of axes sent to the de 

tachments of road cutters. D. S. 9, 1193. 

- Nov. 16. [WASHINGTON.] Return of persons who draw 

provisions in Brigadier Washington's division 
encamped on Chestnutt Ridge. 9, 1194. 

- Nov. 17. WOODWARD, W. Loyal Hannon. Return of in 

valids, of the First Virginia regiment, left at 
Loyal Hannon. A. D. S. 9, 1195. 

- Nov. 18. STEWART, Robert. Return of His Majesty's forces 

at New Camp. D. S. 9, 1196. 

- Nov. 18. TOOLS. Return of the number of tools [with the 

Virginia troops]. 9, 1197. 

- Nov. 18. VIRGINIA TROOPS, Colonial. First regiment. 

New Camp. Return of. 9, 1198. 

- Nov. 20. VIRGINIA TROOPS, Colonial. First regiment. 

Turtle Creek. Return of. 9, 1199. 

- Nov. 20. [WASHINGTON.] Return .of the division under 

Brigadier Washington. 9, 1200. 

- Nov. 21. HALKETT, Francis. Washington's camp. To 

Washington. A. L. S. 9, 1201. 

-Nov. 21. [WASHINGTON]. Return of the number of 

platoons in Brigadier Washington's brigade, and 

what each consists of . 9,1202. 

Nov. 22. FAUQUIER, Francis. Williamsburg. To Wash 
ington. A. L. S. 9, 1203. 

Dec. 2. SMITH, Charles. Fort Loudoun. To Washington. 

A. L. S. 9, 1204. 

Dec. 12. HARDWICK, Christopher. Receipt for utensils. 

D. S. 9, 1205. 

Dec. 12. STEWART, Robert. Winchester. To [Washing 
ton]. A. L. S, 9, 1206. 



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1758, Dec. 20. STEWART, Robert. Fort Loudoun. To [Wash 
ington]. A. L. S. 9, 1207. 

Dec. 20. CRAIK, James. Winchester. To [Washington]. 

A. L. S. 9, 1208. 

See after 9, 1177 for 9, 1209. 

- Dec. 29. STEWART, Robert. Fort Loudoun. To [Wash 

ington]. A. L. S. 9, 1210. 

- Dec. 31. STEWART, Robert. Fort Loudoun. To Washing 

ton. A. L. S. 10,1211. 

- Dec. 31. VIRGINIA TROOPS, Colonial. First Regiment. 

Officers. Fort Loudoun. Address to Washing 
ton. A. D. S. Robert Stewart, signed also by 
26 others. 10, 121 la. 

[1758.] [WASHINGTON.] List of lands. See 1755, Dec. 8. 

[1758?] [WASHINGTON.] Answers to interrogatories put to him 
relative to Maj. Stevens. A. D. 10, 1213. 

[1758 ?] [WASHINGTON.] Distances on the road from Fort Pitts- 
burg to Carlisle. A. D. 10, 1214. 

See after 10, 1251 for 10, 1215. 

[1758?] LATORIE, . To Washington. A.L.S. (In French.) 

10, 1216. 

[1758 ?] STEPHEN, Adam. To [Washington]. A. L. S. 10, 1217. 

[1758 ?] MERCER, George and others. To Washington. L. S. 

10, 1218. 

[1758] McKENZIE, Robert and W[illiam] WOODFORD. Reasons 
for refusing to rank with Lt. Peter Stenebergen. 
D. S. Adam, Stephen. 10, 1219. 

[1758] [STEENBERGEN, Peter.] Answers to charges. A. D. 

10, 1220. 

[1758?] LEWIS, Andrew. Size roll of his company. D. S., by 
Lewis and three other officers. 10, 1221. 

[1758?] [LEWIS, Andrew and John McNEILL.] Return of men 
wanting necessaries. 10, 1223. 

[1758 ?] LEWIS, Joshua. Size roll of his company. 10, 1226. 

[1758?] LEWIS, Joshua. Necessary roll of his company. D. S., 
by Coleby Chew and two others. 10, 1229. 

[1758 ?] McKENZIE, Robert. Size roll of his company. 10, 1231. 

[1758?] WAGGENER, Thomas. Necessary roll of his company. 
D. S. Signed also by two other officers. 

10, 1232. 

[1758?] WAGGENER, Thomas. Size roll of his company at Fort 
Holland. 10, 1234. 

[1758 ?] [BO YD, Alexander.] Memorandum of subsistence account. 
A. D. 10, 1235. 

[1758 ?] HOG, Peter. Statement of arrears due men of his company. 
D. S. Josias Baker, sergt. 10, 1236. 



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[1 758 ?] Pay roll. Signed by seven men for pay for work " done on 
the new basteen." 10, 1237. 

[1758?] NORTHUMBERLAND COUNTY [Virginia]. Size roll of 
recruits from. 10, 1238. 

[1758 ?] WILLIAMSBURG [Virginia]. List of militia. 10, 1239. 

[1 758 ?] KING & QUEEN COUNTY [Virginia]. List of enlistments 
in. 10, 1240. 

[1758 ?] JAMES CITY [Virginia], List of militia. 10, 1241. 

[1758 ?] LANCASTER COUNTY [Virginia]. List of militia. 

10, 1242. 

[1758?] MIDDLESEX COUNTY [Virginia]. List of drafted men. 

10, 1243. 

[1758 ?] GLOUCESTER COUNTY [Virginia]. List of men brought 
up by James Wiatt. 10, 1244. 

[1758?] [HUTCHINS, Thomas.] Distances from Fort Pitt, the 
mouth of the Mississippi, and to Pensacola, by 
water. Endorsed by Washington: "Hutchins's 
distances on the Ohio." 10, 1245. 

[1758?] [WASHINGTON.] Financial memorandum. A. D. En 
dorsed by Washington: "Mr. Boyd's Acct. and 
Vouchers." 10, 1246. 

[1758?] [WASHINGTON.] Wrapper, endorsed by Washington: 
"Company pay rolls with receipts and a 
variety of other receipts, accounts, &ca., promis 
cuously thrown together." [This was the wrap 
per for most of the material listed above.] 

10, 1247. 

1759, Jan. 16. STEWART, Robert. Fort Loudoun. To [Wash 
ington]. A. L. S. 10, 1248. 

- Feb. 7. FAUQUIER, Francis. Williamsburg. To [Washing 

ton]. A. L. S. 10, 1249. 

- Mar. 19. KIRKPATRICK, John. Kirkcudbright. To [Wash 

ington]. A. L. S. 10, 1250. 

[1759, Apr. 14.] VIRGINIA LEGISLATURE. Act for preventing 

mutiny and desertion. Contemp. copy. D. S. 

John Randolph. 10, 1251. 

[1759, June ?] STEWART, Robert. To [Washington]. A. L. S. 

10, 1215. 

1 759, July 24. [WASHINGTON.] Poll of Frederick County. A. D. 

10, 1253. 

Sept. 1. ASKEW, John. Articles of agreement with Wash 
ington. A. D. S. of Washington, signed also by 
Askew. 10, I258a. 

See after 10, 1279 for 10, 1259. 
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1759, Sept. 14. GRAHAM, John. Quantico. To [Washington]. 

A. L. S. 10, 1260. 

- Sept. 16. MERCER, George. Winchester. To [Washington]. 

A. L, S. 10, 1261. 

- Sept. 28. STEWART, Robert. Pittsburgh. To [Washing 

ton]. A. L. S. 10, 1263. 

- Nov. 16. WASHINGTON, George and Martha. Order on the 

Bank of England. (Photostat.) 10, 1265. 

[175-?] [WASHINGTON.] Cash account of miscellany. 10, 1265. 
[175- ?] FREDERICK COUNTY, [Virginia]. Poll of votes. 

10, 1266-68. 

1760, Jan. 1-May 22. [WASHINGTON.] Diary. A. D. 1 vol. 

narrow 12. 62 folios. Unbound. M. 

1760, Jan. 1-Apr. 11. [WASHINGTON.] Meteorological record, 

crop memoranda, etc. A. D. 1 vol. 12. (In 

the Vrginia Almanac for 1760.) M. 

- Jan. 4. BARNABY, A. Williamsburg. To [Washington]. 

Recent copy. 10, 1269. 

- Jan. 8. CARLISLE, John. Alexandria. To Washington. 

A. L. S. 10, 1270. 

- Jan. 8. JOHNSTON, G. To Washington. A. L. S. 10, 1271. 

- Jan. 23. GRIMITT, Robert. Affidavit as to delivery of bar 

iron for Washington, on order of John Ballen- 
dine. A. D. 10, 1272. 

- [Jan. 23] [WASHINGTON.] Memorandum of weight of iron 

from John Balleiidine. A. D. in part. 

10, 1273. 

- Jan. 24. BALLENDINE, John. To Washington. A. L. S. 

10, 1274. 

- Jan. 25. STEWART, Robert. Williamsburg. To [Washing 

ton.] A. L. S. 10, 1275. 

- Feb. 17. MERCER, George. Winchester. To [Washington]. 

A. L. S. 10, 1276. 

- Mar. 8. STEWART, Robert. Williamsburg. To [Washing 

ton]. A. L. S. 10, 1277. 

-Mar. 28. HILL, LAMAR & HILL. Madeira. To [Washing 
ton]. A. L. S. 10, 1278. 

-Apr. 14. STEWART, Robert. Winchester. To [Washing 
ton]. A. L. S. 10, 1279. 

- May 14. STEWART, Robert. To [Washington]. A. L. S. 

10, 1259. 

- May 18. HARDWICK, Christopher. Bullskin. To Washing 

ton. A. L. S. 10, 1280. 

- May 18. STROTHER, Anthony. Frederick. To Washing 

ton. A. L. S. 10, 1281. 



WASHINGTON MANUSCRIPTS 67 

1760, June 3. STEWART, Robert. Winchester. To Washington. 

A. L. S. 10, 1282. 

- June 8. ROBINSON, John. To Washington. A. L. S. 

10, 1283. 

- June 9. MOORE, Thomas. King William [County]. To 

Washington. Recent copy. 10, 1284. 

-June 23. BURNABY, Afndrew]. Philadelphia. To Wash 
ington. A. L. S. 10, 1285. 

- Aug. 1. HARDWICK, Christopher. Bullskin. To Washing 

ton. A. L. S. 10, 1286. 

- Aug. 12. MACKENZIE, Robert. Venango. To Washington. 

A. L. S. 10, 1287. 

- Oct. 2. STEWART, Robert. Venango. To Washington. 

A. L. S. 10, 1288. 

- Nov. 15. STEPHENS, Joseph. To Washington. A. L. S. 

10, 1290. 

- Nov. 18. BALLENDINE, John. To Washington. A. L. S. 

10, 1291. 

- Nov. 20. [WASHINGTON.] Mount Vernon. To [Capt. Rob 

ert Mackenzie]. A. Df. 10, 1292. 

1761, Jan. 6-July 28. [WASHINGTON.] Tobacco crop account. 

A. D. 10, 1293. 

- Feb. 15. STEWART, Robert. Winchester. To Washington. 

A. L. S. 10, 1294. 

- Mar. 10-July 2. [WASHINGTON.] Tobacco crop account. 

A. D. 10, 1295. 

- Mar. 12. STEWART, Robert. Winchester. To [Washing 

ton.] A. L. S. 10, 1296. 

- Mar. 12. STEWART, Robert. Winchester. To [Washing 

ton.] A. L. S. 10, 1297. 

- Mar. 12. CROSBIES & TRAFFORD, Liverpool. A. L. S. 

George Bowdon. 10, 1299. 

- Apr. 6. STEWART, Robert. Winchester. To [Washington]. 

A. L. S. 10, 1300. 

- Apr. 14. BURNABY, Andrew. London. To Washington. 

A. L. S. 10, 1301. 

- May 18. WOOD, Thomas. Poll of Frederick County in the 

election of Burgesses. A. D. S. 10, 1302. 

- June 4. WASHINGTON. List of tithables in Fairfax County ; 

list of tithables, June 1, 1760, on verso. 10, 1306. 

- June 10. STEWART, Robert. Near Staunton. To Wash 

ington. A. L. S. 10, 1307. 

- July 7. STEWART, Robert. Fort Chiswell. To Washing 

ton. A. L. S. 10, 1308. 



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1761, July 20. STEWART, Robert. Stalnaker's on Holstein River. 
To Washington. A. L. S. 10, 1309. 

- July 17. ATTAKULKULLA. [Stalnaker's.] Speech to Col. 

[William] Byrd. 10, 1310. 

- Sept. 17. STEWART, Robert. Philadelphia. To [Washing 

ton]. A. L. S. 10, 1311. 

- Oct. 22. ASKEW, John. Articles of agreement with Wash 

ington. D. S. signed also by Washington. 

10, 1311a. 

Dec. 16. BURNABY, Andrew. Leicestershire. To Washing 
ton. A. L. S. 10, 1312. 

[1761 ?] DAVENPORT, Joseph. To Lund Washington. A. L. S. 

10, 1313. 

1761. WASHINGTON. List of lands for which quit rents were 
paid in year 1761. List of lands given into the 
clerk of Fairfax County 1762 to pay taxes hi year 
1763. List of tithables given in with a list of 
lands in Fairfax County June 10, 1763, agreeable 
to the act of Assembly of November, 1762. 
A. D. S. 10 7 1314. 

1761. [WASHINGTON.] Diary. A. D. 1 vol. 12. (In Vir 
ginia Almanac for 1761.) M. 

1761. [WASHINGTON.] List of lands given into the clerk of Fair 

fax County, 1761, to pay taxes in year 1762. 
List of tithables in Fairfax County given in 
June 9, 1762. A. D. 10, 1315. 

1762, Jan. 25. STEWART, Robert. Dr. Walker's in Albemarle 

County. To [Washington]. A. L. S. 10, 1316. 

- Feb. 25. STEWART, Robert. Fort Lewis. To Washington. 

A. L. S. 10, 1317. 

- Feb. 28. HILL, LAMAR & HILL. Madeira. To Washington. 

A. L. S. 10, 1318. 

- Mar. 19. STEWART, Robert. Staunton. To Washington. 

A. L. S. 10, 1319. 

May 1. MITCHELL, Burgis. Articles of agreement with 

Washington. A. D. S. by Washington, signed 

also by Mitchell. 10, 1319a. 

May 20. WASHINGTON. Mount Vernon. To Capt. Wil 
liam Dandridge. A. L. S. 10, 1320. 

Aug. 5. VIOLET, Edward. Articles of agreement with Wash 
ington. A. D. S. by Washington, signed also by 
Violet. 10, 1320a. 

Sept. 1. KELLY, Nelson. Articles of agreement with Wash 
ington. A. D. S. by Washington, signed also by 
Kelly. 10, 1320b. 



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1762, Sept. 29. [WASHINGTON.] List of lands for which quit- 

rents due Michaelmas, 1762, were paid July 19, 
1763. List of tithables in Truro parish, Fairfax 
County, also of wheel carriages, given in, June 
17, 1764, A. D. 10, 1321. 

Nov. 5. STEWART, Robert. Stanstid. To [Washington]. 

A. L. S. 10, 1322. 

- Dec. 14. STEWART, Robert. Lewis' Plantation. To [Wash 

ington]. A.L. S. 10,1323. 

1763, Jan. 18. WASHINGTON. Agreement with John Carlyle and 

Robert Adam for the sale of his wheat. A. D. S. 
signed also by Carlyle and Adam. 10, 1323a. 

Jan. 18. STEWART, Robert. New York. To [Washington]. 

A. L. S. 10, 1324. 

Jan. 22. HARD WICK, Christopher. Agreement with Wash 

ington. A. D. S. by Washington, signed also by 
Hardwick. 10, 1324a. 

Feb. 14. PEARSON, Simon. Deed of sale of land in Truro 

parish, Fairfax County, to Washington. Con- 
temp, copy. 10, 1325. 

- Mar. 2. STEWART, Robert. New York. To [Washington]. 

A. L. S. 10, 1326. 
May 27. VIRGINIA, Legislature, House of Burgesses. Ad 
dress to Lt. Gov. Fauquier. Contemp. copy. 

10, 1327. 

JuneS. MISSISSIPPI COMPANY. Rules and regulations 
agreed upon. Contemp. copy by Washington. 

10, 1329. 

- June 6. STEWART, Robert. New York. To [Washington]. 

A. L. S. 11, 1330. 

- Sept. 3. STEWART, Robert. Philadelphia. To [Washing 

ton]. A. L. S. 11, 1331. 

[ Sept. 29.] [WASHINGTON.] List of lands on which quit- 
rents became due at Michaelmas, 1763, with 
receipt for the rents, June 19, 1764. List of 
lands on which quitrents became due at 
Michaelmas, 1764, with receipt for the rents, 
June 17, 1765. 11, 1332. 

- Oct. 13. STEWART, Robert. Philadelphia. To [Washing 

ton]. A. L. S. 11, 1333. 

- Dec. 14. BURNABY, Andrew. Leghorn. To [Washington]. 

A. L. S. 11, 1334. 

1763. [WASHINGTON.] Diary. A. D. 1 vol. 12. (In Vir 
ginia Almanac for 1763.) M. 



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1764, Jan. 14. STEWART, Robert. London. To [Washington]. 
A. L. S. 11,1335. 

- May 23. LORCH, Johann Friderich von. Commission as 

cornet in a Prussian Huzzar regiment. Seal. 
(Enclosed in Hanna to Washington, 1784, Mar. 
12.) 11, 1336. 

- June 6. McGACHEN, William. Potomack Tryal. To Wash 

ington. A. L. S. 11, 1337. 

1764. [WASHINGTON.] Diary. A. D. 1 vol. 12. (Memo 

randa dated Oct., 1763, relating to the Dismal 
Swamp in front of the volume. In the Virginia 
Almanac for 1764.) M. 

1765, Apr. 20. BURNABY, Andrew. Leghorn. To Washington. 

A. L. S. 11, 1338. 

- June 5. EYRE, Littleton. Northampton. To Washington. 

A. L. S. 11, 1339. 

- July 2. [WASHINGTON.] List of tithables in Truro parish, 

Fairfax County, also of wheel carriages given 
in July 2, 1765. List of tithables in Fairfax 
parish, Fairfax County. List of lands given in 
in 1765. List of tithables in Truro parish, 
also of wheel carriages given in in June, 1766. 
List of tithables in Fairfax parish. List of 
lands, 1766. A. D. 11, 1340. 

[1765, July 16.] [FAIRFAX COUNTY, Virginia.] [PoU of votes at 
election of Burgesses.] 11, 1341. 

1765, July 16. FAIRFAX COUNTY, Virginia. List of Freeholders 
and for whom they voted at the general election. 
A. D. by Washington. 11, 1343. 

- July 16. FAIRFAX COUNTY, Virginia. Copy of a poU taken 

at an election of Burgesses for Fairfax County. 
A. D. by Washington. 11, 1344. 

-July22.-25. TRURO PARISH, Fairfax County. Vestry 
chosen for Truro parish with number of votes 
for each [vestryman], July 22. Vestry chosen 
for Fairfax parish, July 25. Vestry chosen for 
Truro parish, Mar. 25. Vestry chosen for 
Fairfax parish, Mar. 28, with names of the 
rejected candidates. A. D. by Washington. 

11, 1346. 

[1765, July.] [WASHINGTON.] List of vestrymen of Truro and 
Fairfax parishes. A. D. 11, 1347. 

1765, July.' CROSBIES & TRAFFORD. Liverpool. Invoice of 
merchandize shipped to Washington. 

11, 1348. 



WASHINGTON MANUSCRIPTS 71 

[1765, July.] [CROSBIES & TRAFFORD.] Account of sales of 
four hogsheads of tobacco. 11, 1349. 

1765, Aug. 3. BUDDICOM, WiUiam. Bill of lading of goods 
shipped to Washington. D. S. (Printed form, 
filled in.) 11, 1350. 

- Aug. 3. CROSBIES & TRAFFORD. Liverpool. To Wash 

ington. A. L. S. 11, 1351. 

Aug. 18. STEWART, Robert. London. To [Washington]. 

A. L. S. 11, 1352. 

- Aug. 19. ESTABLISHED CHURCH, Virginia. Oath of 

conformity, signed by sundry individuals among 
whom is George Washington. (Photostat print.) 

11, 1354. 

- [Sept. 29]. [WASHINGTON.] List of lands on which quit- 

rents became due at Michaelmas, 1765. Receipts 
for rents, June 16, 1766. List of tithables in 
Truro parish, Fairfax County, also of wheel 
carriages given in June 16, 1767. List of 
tithables in Fairfax parish. List of lands, 1767. 
A. D. 11, 1354. 

- Oct. 16. DAVENPORT, Joseph. Bullskin. To Lund Wash 

ington. A. L. S. 11, 1355. 

- Dec. 23. MASON, G[eorge]. Gunston Hall. To George [Will 

iam] Fairfax and Washington. A. L. S. 

11, 1356. 

[ - Dec. 23] [MASON, George.] Scheme for replevying goods 
under distress for rent. 11,1357. 

1765. [WASHINGTON.] Diary. A. D. 1 vol. 12. M. 

1766, Feb. 15. HUNTER, William. London. To Washington. 

A. L. S. 11,1358. 

[ Sept. 29] [WASHINGTON.] List of lands on which quit- 
rents became due Michaelmas, 1766. Receipt 
for rents, June 16, 1767. List of tithables in 
Truro parish, Fairfax County, also of wheel car 
riages, given in June 20, 1768. List of tithables 
in Fairfax parish. A. D. 11, 1359. 

- Oct. 21. MOORE, Bernard. To Washington. Recent copy. 

11, 1360. 

- Oct. 24. MOORE, Thomas. King William. To Washington. 

A. L. S. 11, 1361. 

- Nov. 17. GARY, ROBERT & CO. London. Invoice of cost 

and charges of goods shipped to Washington. 
A. D. by Washington. 11, 1362. 



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1766, Nov. 17. GARY, ROBERT & CO. London. Invoice of goods 

shipped to Washington on account of Master 
John Parke Custis. A. D. by Washington. 

11, 1363. 

- Nov. 1 7. GARY, ROBERT & CO. London. Invoice of goods 

shipped to Washington on account of Miss 
Martha Parke Custis. A. D. by Washington. 

11, 1364. 

- Dec. 29. MOORE, Bernard. To Washington. A. L. S. 

11, 1365. 

176G. [WASHINGTON.] Diary. A. D. 1 vol. 12. (In Vir 
ginia Almanac.) M. 

1767, Jan. 31. CAR Y, ROBERT & CO. London. Invoice of goods 

shipped to Joseph Valentine for Master John 
Parke Custis. 11, 1364. 

- Feb. 15. WASHINGTON. Mount Vernon. To Carlyle & 

Adam. A. L. S. (Record copy.) 11,1366. 

- Apr. 4. WASHINGTON. Williamsburg. To Robert Cary & 

Co. A. L. S. (Record copy.) 11, 1368. 

- Apr. 5. WASHINGTON. Mount Vernon. To George Mason. 

Contemp. copy. 11, 1374. 

- Apr. 25. WASHINGTON. To Dr. [William] Savage. Con- 

temp, copy. 11, 1372. 

- May 17. WASHINGTON. Mount Vernon. To Robert Cary 

& Co., with invoice of goods to be sent to Mrs. 
Frances Dandridge. A. L. S. (Record copy.) 

11, 1368. 

May 25. SAVAGE, William. Dumfries. To [Washington]. 

A. L. S. 11,1375. 

- May 26. WASHINGTON. Mount Vernon. To Robert Cary 

& Co. A. L. S. (Record copy.) 11, 1368. 

- May 27. WASHINGTON. Mount Vernon. To Dr. [William] 

Savage. A. Df. S. 11,1376. 

- June 24. WASHINGTON. Mount Vernon. To Capt. John 

Posey. A. L. S. (Record copy.) 11, 1368. 

-Julyl. STEPHENSON, Hugh. Bullskin. To Washington. 

A. L. S. 11, 1377. 

- July 20. WASHINGTON. Mount Vernon. To Robert Cary 

& Co. A. L. S. (Record copy.) 11, 1369. 

-July 20. WASHINGTON. Virginia. To John Didsbury. 

A. L. S. (Record copy.) 11, 1370. 

-July 20. WASHINGTON. Virginia. To Charles Lawrence. 

A. L. S. (Record copy.) 11, 1370. 



WASHINGTON MANUSCRIPTS 73 

1767, July 20. WASHINGTON. Invoice of goods to be sent by 
Robert Gary & Co. and invoice of goods to be 
sent by Robert Gary & Co. to Joseph Valentine 
for Washington's and Master John Parke Custis's 
York River estates. A. Ds. S. (Record copies.) 

11, 1370-71. 

See after 11, 1368 for 11, 1372, 1374, 1375, 1376 and 1377, also 
after 11, 1404 for 1372 and 1373, also after 11, 1424 for 11, 1373. 

July 20. WASHINGTON. Invoice of goods to be shipped by 

Robert Gary & Co. for the use of Master [John 
Parke] and Miss [Eleanore Parke] Custis. A. D. 
S. (Record copy.) 11, 1371. 

July 25. WASHINGTON. Mount Vernon. To Capel & Os- 
good Hanbury. A. L. S. (Record copy.) 

11, 1378. 

- -July 28-Sept. 1C. [WASHINGTON.] Expenses in going to 

and from the [Virginia Warm] Springs. A. D. 

11, 1380. 

[ Sept. 21 ?] WASHINGTON. To Capt. William Crawford. 

A. L. S. (Record copy.) 11, 1378. 

- Sept. 21. WASHINGTON. Mount Vernon. To Col. [John] 

Armstrong. A. L. S. (Record copy.) 

11, 1379. 

- Sept. 24. WASHINGTON. Mount Vernon. To Capt. John 

Posey. A. L. S. (Record Copy.) 11,1381. 
See after 11, 1411 for 11, 1382, 1383, and 1384. 

- Sept. 29. CRAWFORD, William. To Washington. A. L. S. 

11, 1385. 

[ Sept. 29.] WASHINGTON. List of lands in Northern Neck 

on which quitrents became due Michaelmas, 
1767. Receipt for rents, June 20, 1768. List 
of tithables in Truro parish, Fairfax County and 
in Fairfax parish, given in June 20, 1769. A. D. 

11, 1386. 

- Oct. 29. CARY, ROBERT & CO. London. Invoice of 

goods shipped to Washington. A. D., by Wash 
ington. 11, 1387. 

- Oct. 29. CARY, ROBERT & CO. London. Invoice of 

goods shipped to Washington and consigned to 
Joseph Valentine. A. D. by Washington. 

11, 1388. 

Oct. 29. CAREY, ROBERT & CO. London. Invoice of 

goods shipped to Miss Martha Parke Custis con 
signed to Washington. A. D. by Washington. 

11, 1389. 



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1767, Oct. 29. GARY, ROBERT & CO. London. Invoices of 
goods shipped to Master John Parke Custis, con 
signed to Washington. A. D. by Washington. 

11, 1389. 

Oct. 29. GARY, ROBERT & CO. London. Invoice of 

goods shipped to Master John Parke Custis, con 
signed to Joseph Valentine. A. D. by Washing 
ton. 11, 1389. 

- Nov. 3. ARMSTRONG, John. Carlisle. To Washington. 

A. L. S. 11, 1390. 

-Nov. 3. WASHINGTON. Williamsburg. To Capel Os- 

. good Hanbury. A. L. S. (Record copy.) 

11, 1391. 

- Nov. 4. WASHINGTON. Williamsburg. To Robert Cary 

& Co. A. L. S. (Record copy.) 11, 1391. 

-Dec. 14. WASHINGTON. Mount Yernon. To Richard 

Starke. A. L. S. (Record copy.) 11, 1391. 
-Dec. WASHINGTON. To Capt. John West, jr. A. L. S. 

(Record copy.) 11, 1391. 

1767. WASHINGTON. Diary.^ A. D. 1 vol. 12. (In Vir 

ginia Almanac.) M. 

1767-1771. [WASHINGTON.] Account of weaving done by 

Thomas Davis and others. A. D. 26 pp. M. 

1768, Feb. 23. WASHINGTON. Mount Vernon. To Scott, Prin- 

gle, Cheape & Co. A. L. S. (Record copy.) 

11, 1392. 

- Feb. 25. WASHINGTON. Mount Vernon. To James Gil- 

dart. A. L. S. (Record copy.) 11, 1392. 

- Mar. 10. WASHINGTON. Mount Vernon. To Robert Cary 

& Co. A. L. S. (Record copy.) 11, 1392. 

-Mar. 10. WASHINGTON. Mount Vernon." To Stewart & 

Campbell. A. L. S. (Recent copy.) 11, 1392. 

- Mar. 10. STEWART, Robert. Kingston, Jamaica. To Wash 

ington. A. L. S. 11, 1393. 

- Mar. 10. WASHINGTON. Alexandria. To any of the name 

of Stot, Wills, Richardson, or Smith in Durham, 

England. A. L. S. (Record copy.) 11, 1395. 

See also after 11, 1398 for 11, 1395. 

-Mar. 25. JONES, Gabriel. To Washington. A. L. S. 11,1396. 

- Apr. 30. MOORE, Thomas. To Washington. A. L. S. 

11, 1397. 

-May 3. JONES, Gabriel. Winchester. To Washington. 
A. L. S. 11, 1398. 

- May 5. WASHINGTON. Williamsburg. To Robert Cary & 

Co. A. L. S. (Record copy.) 11, 1395. 



WASHINGTON MANUSCRIPTS 75 

1768, May 5. WASHINGTON. Williamsburg. To Capel & Os- 
good Hanbury. A. L. S. (Recent copy.) 

11, 1395. 

- May 12. MOORE, Thomas. To Washington. A. L. S. 

11, 1399. 

- June 6. WASHINGTON. Mount Vernon. To Lauglin Mac- 

leane. A. L. S. (Record copy.) 11, 1400. 

- June 6. WASHINGTON. Mount Vernon. To Robert Gary 

& Co. A. L. S. (Record copy.) 11, 1400. 

- June 13. BOUCHER, Jonathan. Caroline. To Washington. 

A. L. S. 11,1401. 

- June 16. BOUCHER, Jonathan. Caroline. To Washington. 

11, 1402. 

- June 20. WASHINGTON. Mount Vernon. To Robert Cary 

& Co. A. L. S. (Record copy.) 11, 1400. 

- June 20. WASHINGTON. Virginia. To Charles Lawrence. 

A. L. S. (Record copy.) 11, 1403. 

- June 20. WASHINGTON. Virginia. To John Didsbury. 

A. L. S. (Record copy.) 11, 1403 

- June 20. WASHINGTON. Invoice of goods ordered from 

Robert Cary & Co. A. D. S. (Record copy.) 

11, 1403. 

-June 20. WASHINGTON. Invoice of goods ordered from 
Robert Cary & Co. for Miss Martha Parke Custis. 
A. D. S. (Record copy.) 11, 1404. 

- June 20. WASHINGTON. Invoice of goods ordered from 

Robert Cary & Co. for Master John Parke Custis. 
A. D. S. (Record copy.) 11, 1404. 

-June 25. WASHINGTON. Mount Vernon. To James Gild- 
art. A. L. S. (Record copy.) 11, 1404. 

- June 28. WASHINGTON. To Mrs. [William] Savage. Con- 

temp, copy. 11, 1372. 

- June 28. WASHINGTON. To Dr. [William] Savage. Con- 

temp, copy. 11, 1373. 

- July 3. SAVAGE, William. Dumfries. To Washington. 

A. L. S. 11, 1405. 

-July 4. WASHINGTON. To Mrs. [William] Savage. Con- 
temp, copy. 11, 1373. 

- July 7. WASHINGTON. To Robert Cary & Co. A. L. S. 

(Record copy.) 11, 1406. 

- July 15. BOUCHER, Jonathan. Caroline. To [Washington]. 

A. L. S. 11, 1407. 

- July 20. FAIRFAX. Bryan. Alexandria. To [Washington], 

A. L. S. 11,1408. 



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1768, July 30. FAIRFAX, Bryan. Towlston. To [Washington]. 

A. L. S. 11,1409. 
Aug. 2. BOUCHER, Jonathan. St. Mary's. To Washington. 

A. L. S. 11,1410. 
Sept. 5. BOUCHER, Jonathan. Caroline. To Washington. 

A. L. S. 11,1411. 

- Sept. 28. CARY, ROBERT & CO. London. Invoice of 

goods shipped to Washington. A. D. by Wash 
ington. 11, 1382. 

- Sept. 28. CARY, ROBERT & CO. London. Invoice of 

goods shipped on account of the estate of Mas 
ter John Parke Custis, consigned to Washington. 
A. D. by Washington. 11, 1383. 

-Sept. 28. CARY, ROBERT & CO. London. Invoice of 
goods shipped on account of Miss Martha Parke 
Custis, consigned to Washington. A. D. by 
Washington. 11, 1384. 

[ Sept. 29.] WASHINGTON. List of lands in Northern Neck 

on which quitrents became due Michaelmas, 
1768. Receipt for rent paid June 20, 1769. 
List of tithables in Truro parish, Fairfax County, 
given in July 16, 1770, [by] " George Washington. 
Lund Washington." List of tithables in Fair 
fax parish, July 16, 1770. A. D. 11, 1412. 

- Nov. 4. WASHINGTON. Williamsburg. To Capel & Os- 

good Hanbury. A. L. S. (Record copy.) 

11, 1406. 

- Dec. 23. PRASORA, Prince. Lachowitz. To Lt. von Lorch. 

A. L. S. (In German.) (Enclosed in Hanna to 
Washington, 1784, Mar. 12.) 11, 1413. 

1768. [WASHINGTON.] Diary. A. D. 1 vol. 12. (In the 

Virginia Almanac.) M. 

1769, Jan. 7. CRAWFORD, Wfilliam]. Spring gardin. To Wash 

ington. A. L. S. 11,1414. 

Jan. 11. BOUCHER, Jonathan. Fredericksburg. To [Wash 
ington]. A. L. S. 11,1415. 

Jan. 12. WASHINGTON. Mount Vernon. To Robert Cary 

&Co. A. L. S. (Record copy.) 11,1406. 

- Jan. 25. STEWART, Robert. Kingston, Jamaica. To [Wash 

ington]. A.L.S. 11,1419. 

-Jan. 28. POSE Y, John. Maryland. To Washington. A.L.S. 

11, 1420. 

-Feb, 28. CARY, ROBERT & CO., London. Invoice of 
goods shipped to Washington, consigned to Jos 
eph Valentine. A. D. by Washington. 11, 1421. 



WASHINGTON MANUSCRIPTS 77 

1769, Feb. 28. GARY, ROBERT & CO. London. Invoice of 
goods shipped to Master John Parke Custis, con 
signed to Joseph Valentine. A. D. by Wash 
ington. 11, 1421. 

Feb. 28. GARY, ROBERT & CO. London. Invoice of 

goods shipped to Washington. A. D. by Wash 
ington. 11, 1421. 
See also after 11, 1443 for 11, 1421. 

[ - May 18] [MASON, George.] Articles of Association of the 
Merchants, Traders, Gentlemen, etc., of Virginia, 
for nonimportation of British goods. A. Df. 

11, 1447. 

- Mar. 15. [PHILADELPHIA MERCHANTS.] To [the Mer 

chants of Annapolis, Maryland]. Nonimporta 
tion agreement of the merchants of Philadelphia, 
Feb. 6, 1769. Letter from the merchants of 
Annapolis to the merchants of Philadelphia, 
March. Contemp. copies. 11, 1422. 

-Mar. 25. [ANNAPOLIS MERCHANTS.] To [the Virginia 
Merchants]. Contemp. copy. 11, 1423. 

Apr. 5. MASON, G[eorge]. Gunston Hall. To Washington. 

A. L. S. 11,1424. 

- Apr. 5. WASHINGTON. Mount Vemon. To George Mason. 

Contemp. copy. 11, 1373. 

Apr. 30. FAIRFAX, Thomas, Lord. Greenway Court. To 

Washington. A. L. S. 11, 1426. 

- June 6. WASHINGTON. Mount Vernoii. To Charles West. 

A. L. S. (Record copy.) 11 7 1427. 

-June 11. WASHINGTON. To Capt. John Posey. A. L. S. 

(Record copy.) 11, 1427. 

-June 17. GIST, Samuel, London. To [Washington]. A.L.S. 

11, 1427. 

- June 18. MARSHALL, Thomas H. Maryland. To Washing 

ton. A.L.S. 11,1430. 

- July 3. PENDLETON, Edmund. To [Washington]. A. L. S. 

11, 1430a. 

- July 20. BOUCHER, Jonathan. Caroline. To Washington. 

A.L.S. 11,1431. 

-July 25. WASHINGTON. Invoice of goods to be sent 
" under the Restrictions mentioned in the letter 
annexed of this date" by Robert Gary & Co. 
Invoice of goods to be sent to Joseph Valentine 
for the use of Washington. Invoice of goods to 
be shipped for Miss Custis. Invoice of goods to 
be shipped for Mr. Custis. A. Ds. S. (Record 
copies.) 11, 1432. 



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1769, July 25. WASHINGTON. Catalogue of books to be sent for 
the use of Master John Parke Custis. Invoice 
of goods to be shipped by Robert Gary & Co. 
to Joseph Valentine for Mr. Custis. A. D. S. 
(Record copy.) 11, 1433. 

- July 25. WASHINGTON. Mount Vernon. To Capel & Os- 

good Hanbury. A. L. S. (Record copy.) 

11, 1433. 

- July 25. WASHINGTON. Mount Vernon. To Robert Cary 

& Co. A. L. S. (Record copy.) 11, 1428. 

July 26. WASHINGTON. Mount Vernon. To Capt. John 

Posey. A. L. S. (Record copy.) 11, 1434. 

Aug. 29. BROWN, John. Account against Mr. John [Parke] 

Custis. A. D. S. 11,1435. 

- Sept. 13. LEWIS, Fielding, jr. To [Washington]. A. L. S. 

11, 1436. 

- Sept. 16. LEWIS, Fielding. To Washington. A. L. S. 

11, 1437. 

Sept. 26. WASHINGTON. Mount Vernon. To Capt. 

Lawrence Sanford. A. L. S. (Record copy.) 

11, 1438. 

[ Sept. 29.] WASHINGTON. List of lands in Northern Neck 

on which quitrents became due Michaelmas, 
1769. Receipt for rents, Aug. 21, 1770. List of 
tithables in Truro parish, Fairfax County, given 
in June 14, 1771 [by] George Washington and 
Lund Washington. List of tithables in Fairfax 
parish, given in June 14, 1771. A. D. 

11, 1439. 

- Oct. 3. WASHINGTON. Mount Vernon. To William Ellzey. 

A. L. S. (Record copy.) 11, 1438. 

- Oct. 7. WASHINGTON. Mount Vernon. To Robert [Han 

son] Harrison. A. L. S. (Record copy.) 

11, 1438. 

-Oct. 9. WASHINGTON. To [ ]Ross. A. L. S. (Record 

copy.) 11, 1441. 

- Oct. 13. CRAWFORD, W[illiam]. Old Town. To Wash 

ington. 11, 1442. 

- Oct. 27. ALEXANDER, Robert. To [Washington]. A. L. S. 

11, 1443. 

- Nov. 4. CARY, ROBERT & CO. London. Invoice of 

goods shipped to John Parke Custis, consigned 

to Joseph Valentine. A. D. by Washington. 

(Record copy.) 11, 1421. 

Dec. 6. McCARTY, Daniel. To Washington. 11, 1444. 



WASHINGTON MANUSCRIPTS 79 

1769, Dec. 16. WASHINGTON. WiUiamsburg. To Robert Gary 
& Co. A. L. S. (Record copy.) 11, 1444. 

- Dec. 20. JOHNSON, Josiah. To Washington. A. L. S. 

11, 1445. 
Dec. 21. HORROCKSj J[ames]. William & Mary [College]. 

To Washington. A. L. S. 11, 1446. 

See after 11, 1421 for 11, 1447. 

1769. [WASHINGTON.] Diary. A. D. 1 vol. 12. (In the Vir 

ginia Almanac.) M. 

[1769.] VIRGINIA, Legislative Council. All orders for granting 
western lands, all petitions presented and 
postponed and all petitions for lands between 
the Alleghany Mountains, the Ohio and Missis 
sippi rivers from 1745 to 1769. A. D. by Wash 
ington of an original certified by the clerk of 
the council. 1 vol. f . M. 

[176-] CRAWFORD, W[illiam]. To Washington. A. L. S. 

11, 1449. 

[176-?] FAIRFAX, Bryan. To Washington. A. L. S. 11, 1450. 

1770, Jan. 23. CARY, ROBERT & CO. London. Invoice of 

goods shipped to Washington. A. D. by Wash 
ington. (Record copy.) 11, 1451. 

Jan. 23. CARY, ROBERT & CO. London. Invoice of goods 

shipped on account of John Parke Custis, con 
signed to Washington. A. D. by Washington. 
(Record copy.) 11, 1452. 

- Jan. 23. CARY, ROBERT & CO. London. Invoice of goods 

shipped on account of Miss Martha Parke Custis, 
consigned to Washington. A. D. by Washing 
ton. (Record copy.) 11, 1452. 

- Jan. 27. DEBERDT, LEE & SAYRE. London. To Wash 

ington. L. S. in ms. of William Lee, signed by 
Dennis DeBerdt, junr. Lee and Stephen Sayre. 

11, 1453. 

- Feb. 5. CARY, ROBERT & CO. London. Invoice of goods 

shipped to Washington. A. D. by Washington. 
(Record copy.) 11,1454. 

Feb. 5. CARY, ROBERT & CO. London. Invoice of goods 

shipped to John Parke Custis. A. D. by 

Washington. (Record copy.) 11,1454. 

See also after 12, 1501a for 11, 1454. 

- Mar. 8. MARSHALL, Thomas H. To [Washington]. A. L. S. 

11, 1456. 

Mar. 12, MARSHALL, Thomas H: Maryland. To Washing 
ton. A. L. S. 11,1458. 



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1770, Mar. 16. [WASHINGTON.] To [Thomas H. Marshall.] 
A. Df. 11, 1457. 

- Mar. 12. FAIRFAX, George William. Belvoir. To [Wash 

ington]. A. L. S. 11, 1459. 

Mar. 19. GOLLATT, Peter. Indenture of agreement with 

Washington to teach two slaves the blacksmith 
trade. D. S. 11, 1460. 

- Mar. 22. COOPER, M[iles]. King's College, New York. To 

Rev. Mr. [Jonathan] Boucher. A. L. S. 

11, 1461. 

Mar. BOUCHER, Jonathan. Caroline. To Washington. 
A. L. S. 11, 1462. 

- Apr. 2. BOUCHER, Jonathan. Caroline. To Washington. 

A. L. S. 11, 1463. 

- Apr. 5. HARRISON, Robert H. To [Washington]. A. L. S. 

11, 1464. 

Apr. 8. MARSHALL, Thomas H. Maryland. To Washing 
ton. 11, 1465. 

Apr. 11. MARSHALL, Thomas H. To Washington. A. L. S. 

12, 1466. 
Apr. 15. WASHINGTON. To Lord Botetourt. Contemp. 

copy. 12, 1467. 

See after 12, 1491 for 12, 1468. 
See after 12, 1498 for 12, 1468. 
See after 12, 1501a for 12, 1468. 
See after 12, 1501a for 32, 1469. 
See after 12, 1502 for 12, 1469. 
See after 12, 1524 for 12, 1470. 
See after 12, 1526 for 12, 1471. 
See after 12, 1560 -for 12, 1471. 
See after 12, 1561 for 12, 1472. 
See after "[2, 1567 for 12, 1472. 
See after 12, 1591-2 for 12, 1473, 1474. 
See after 13, 1626 for 12, 1474. 

Apr. 16. FAIRFAX, Bryan. To Washington. A. L. S. 

12, 1475. 

May 5. CRAWFORD, W[iUiam]. To Washington. A. L. S. 

12, 1476. 

May 7. MARSHALL, Thomas H. Maryland. To Washing 
ton. A. L. S. 12, 1477. 

- May 9. BOUCHER, Jonathan. Caroline. To Washington. 

A. L. S. 12, 1478. 
-May 21. BOUCHER, Jonathan. St. Mary's. To Washing 
ton. A. L. S. 12, 1479. 

May 25. PEARETH, William. London. To [Washington]. 

A L. S-. 12, 1480. 



WASHINGTON MANUSCRIPTS 81 

1770, June 21. MARSHALL, Thomas H. Maryland. To Washing 
ton. A. L. S. 12, 1481. 
-June 21. WASHINGTON. Williamsburg. To Capel & Os- 
good Hanbury. A. L. S. (Record copy.) 

12, 1482. 

See also after 12, 1492 for 12, 1482, 1483 and 1484. 

June 22. VIRGINIA. Association of the gentlemen of the 
House of Burgesses and the merchants for non 
importation. Broadsides with additional pledge 
in ms. of Washington. (Six broadsides circu 
lated in Fairfax County; signatures vary on 
each.) 12, 1485-1490. 

July 10. FRA7JER, Joshua. Account against Jonathan 
Boucher and John Parke Custis. A. D. S. 

12, 1491. 

- Aug. 15. WASHINGTON. Mount Vernon. To Col. John 

Carlyle. Contemp. copy. 12, 1468. 

- Aug. 18. BOUCHER, Jonathan. Annapolis. To Washing 

ton. A. L. S. 12, 1492. 

- Aug. 20. WASHINGTON. Mount Vernon. To Robert Cary 

& Co. A. L. S. (Record copy.) 12, 1482. 

- Aug. 20. WASHINGTON. Invoice of goods to be shipped by 

Robert Cary & Co. A. D. S. (Record copy.) 

12, 1483. 

- Aug. 20. WASHINGTON. Invoice of goods to be shipped by 

Robert Cary & Co. for the use of Washington and 
John Parke Custis, consigned to Joseph Valen 
tine. 12, 1484. 

- Aug. 20. WASHINGTON. Invoice of goods to be shipped by 

Robert Cary & Co. for [John Parke] Custis, con 
signed to Washington. Additional articles or 
dered " If the [Townshend Acts] Act Imposing a 
Duty upon Tea, Paper &ca. shoud be totally 
repeald before the above Goods are shipd." 
A. D. S. (Record copy.) 12, 1484. 

- Aug. 20. WASHINGTON. Invoice of goods to be shipped by 

Robert Cary & Co. for Miss [Martha Parke] Cus 
tis, consigned to Washington. Additional arti 
cles ordered "If the Act of Parliament Imposing a 
Duty upon Tea, Paper, &ca. for the purpose of 
raising a Revenue in America shoud be totally 
repeald before the above goods are shippd." 
A. D. S. (Record copy.) 12, 1484. 

- Aug. 30. CUSTIS, John Parke. To [Washington]. Recent 

copy. 12, 1493. 

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1770, Sept. 17. MARSHALL, Thomas H. Maryland. To Wash 
ington. A. L. S. 12, 1494. 

- Sept. 20. GUBNER, Dominicus. Agreement with Washing 

ton to serve as a blacksmith. A. D. S. of Wash 
ington, signed also by Gubner. 12, 1494a. 

- Sept. 20. WASHINGTON. Fairfax County, Virginia. To 

William Peareth. A. L. S. (Record copy.) 

12, 1495. 
See also after 12, 1556 for 12, 1495 and 1496. 

- Sept. 23. GRAYSON, WiUiam. Sniggers [Snickers' Gap, Vir 

ginia]. To [Washington]. Recent copy. 

12, 1497. 

- Sept. 23. MARSHALL, Thomas H. Maryland. To Wash 

ington. A. L. S. 12, 1498. 

- Sept. 29. WASHINGTON. Mount Vernon. To Capt. Law 

rence Sanford. Contemp. copy. 12, 1468. 

- Sept. 29. WASHINGTON. Lands in Northern Neck of 

which quitrents became due Machaelmas, 1770. 
Receipt for rents, June 18, 1771. List of 
tithables in Truro parish, Fairfax County, June 
10, 1772 [by] George Washington and Lund 
Washington. List of tith ables in Fairfax parish, 
June 10, 1772. A. D. 12, 1499. 

- Sept. JOHNSON, Mary. Account against Rev. Jonathan 

Boucher for [John Parke] Custis. A. D. S. 

12, 1500. 

- Oct. 1. BOUCHER, Jonathan. Annapolis. To [Washing 

ton]. A. L. S. 12, 1501. 

- Oct. 13. ROBERTS, William. Agreement with Lund Wash 

ington, acting for George Washington, to serve 
as a miller. Contemp. copy by Lund Washing 
ton. 12, 1501a. 

- Nov. 13. CARY, ROBERT & CO. London. Invoice of 

goods shipped to Washington. A. D. by Wash 
ington. (Record copy.) 11, 1454. 

- Nov. 13. CARY, ROBERT & CO. London. Invoice of 

goods shipped to John P[arke] Custis, consigned 
to Washington. A. D. by Washington. (Rec 
ord copy.) 11, 1454. 

Nov. 13. CARY, ROBERT & CO. London. Invoice of 

goods shipped to M[artha] P[arke] Custis, con 
signed to Washington. A. D. by Washington. 
(Record copy.) 11, 1454. 

- Nov. 24. WASHINGTON. To George Croghan. Contemp. 

copy. 11 7 1468. 



WASHINGTON MANUSCRIPTS 83 

1770, Nov. 24. WASHINGTON. Memorandum for Capt. [Wil 
liam] Crawford. Contemp. copy. 11, 1469. 

- Dec. 6. FAIRFAX, Bryan. Towlston. To [Washington]. 

A. L. S. 12, 1502. 

- Dec. 6. CRAWFORD, William. To Washington. A. L. S. 

12, 1503. 

- Dec. 12. W[ASHINGTO]N. To Bryan Fairfax. A. Df. S. 

12, 1502. 

- Dec. 15. WASHINGTON. Mount Vernon. To Mrs. Mar 

garet Savage. Contemp. copy. 12, 1469. 

-Dec. 17. CARR, William. Dumfries. To [Washington]. 

A. L. S. 12, 1504. 

- Dec. 18. BOUCHER, Jonathan. Annapolis. To Washing 

ton. A. L. S. 12, 1576. 

- Dec. 18. MERCER, George. Dublin [Ireland]. To Wash 

ington. A. L. S. 12, 1505. 

- Dec. 20. FAIRFAX, Bryan. Towlston. To [Washington]. 

A. L. S. 12, 1506. 

1770-1799. WASHINGTON. Memorandum book of surveys of 

his Virginia lands. A. D. 70 pp. 1 vol. 12. 

M. 

1770. WASHINGTON. Diary. A. D. 1 vol. 12. (In the Vir 

ginia Almanac.) M. 

1771, Jan. 12. MOORE, Bernard. To Washington. A. L. S. 

12, 1507. 

- Jan. i5. BOUCHER, Jonathan. Prince George. To Wash 

ington. A. L. S. 12, 1508. 

- Jan. 20. FAIRFAX, Bryan. Alexandria. To [Washington]. 

A. L. S. 12, 1509. 

- Jan. 29. W[ASHINGTO]N. Colchester. To Carter Braxton 

and the gentlemen trustees of Col. B. Moore. 
A. Df. S. 12, 1510. 

- Feb. 23. CARY, ROBERT & CO. London. Invoice of 

goods shipped to Washington, consigned to 
J[oseph] Valentine. A. D. by Washington. 

14, 1511. 

- Feb. 23. CARY, ROBERT & CO. London. Invoice of 

goods shipped to Master J[ohn] P[arke] Custis, 
consigned to J[oseph] Valentine. A. D. by 
Washington. 12, 1511. 

- Feb. 25. BUCKLER, Benjamin. Agreement with Washing 

ton for carpentry work. A. D. S. by Washing 
ton, signed also by Buckler with his mark. 

11, 1511a. 
See after 12, 1567 for 12, 1511, 1513 and 1514, and after 13, 1596a for 12, 1515. 



84 LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

1771, Apr. 11. BOUCHER, Jonathan. Annapolis. To Washing 
ton. A. L. S. 12, 1515 

- Apr. 15. CRAWFORD, W[illiam]. Spring gardin. To Wash 

ington. A. L. S. 12, 1517. 

- Apr. 19. BOUCHER, Jonathan. Annapolis. To Washing 

ton. A. L. S. 12, 1518. 

- Apr. 20. CRAWFORD, Wplliam]. To Washington. A. L. S. 

12, 1519. 

- May 3. BOUCHER, Jonathan. Annapolis. To Washington. 

A. L. S. 12,1520. 

- May 8. HARWOOD & BRICE. Account against John Parke 

Custis. 12, 1521. 

- May 9. BOUCHER, Jonathan. Annapolis. To Washington. 

A. L. S. 12, 1522. 

- May 23. POSEY, John. Queens Town. To Washington. 

A. L. S. 12, 1523. 

- May. CRAWFORD, W[illiam]. Survey of second survey be 

ing the second large bottom below the little 
Kanhawa. No. 2, 1,374 acres, patented in the 
name of Dr. James Craik. D. S. Partly in ms. 
of Washington and endorsed by him: "this sur 
vey it is thought may be enlargd." 12, 1546. 

-June 4. WASHINGTON. Mount Vernon. To Capt. Neil 
Jameison. A. L. S.. 12, 1524. 

-June 15. WASHINGTON. Mount Vernon. To Lord Dun- 
more. Contemp. copy. 12, 1470. 

- June 20. CRAWFORD, William. Memorandum of survey of 

land on the Ohio, with plat of same. Contemp. 
copy. Memorandum of warrants laid upon this 
tract endorsed thereon. 12, 1525. 

- June 24. ADAM, Robert. To Washington. A. L. S. 

12, 1526. 

-June 24. WASHINGTON. Fairfax County. To - - Col 
ston. Contemp. copy.. 12, 1471 

[1 771 ?, June ?] [WASHINGTON.] Memorandum of surveys of nine 
tracts of land on the Ohio and two on the Kan 
hawa. A. D. 12, 1527. 

1771, June. CRAWFORD, W[illiam]. Report of the eighth survey 
of the tract of land lying in the fork between the 
Ohio and the Great Kanhawa rivers, 29,750 
acres. D. S. In ms. of Washington. 12, 1528. 

- June. CRAWFORD, W[illiam]. Survey of fifth bottom, be 

low the Little Kanhawa and the bottom just 
above the great bend in the Ohio, 4,395 acres, 
patented in the name of George Washington, 
with plat of survey. D. S. 12, 1529. 



WASHINGTON MANUSCRIPTS 85 

1771, June. CRAWFORD, WpUiam]. Second D. S. of the descrip 
tion, endorsed by Washington: " Report of ye 5th 
Survey being the 5th large bottom . . . cannot be 
enlargdwith rich Land." 12, 1530. 

- June. CRAWFORD,,W[illiam]. Survey of tract of land lying 

in the fork between the Ohio and Great Kan 
hawa, with plat. D. S. Endorsed by Washing 
ton: "Survey of 29,753 acres. 8th bottom- 
Ohio." 12, 1531. 

- June. CRAWFORD, W[illiam]. Survey of tract of land lying 

upon the south side of the Kanhawa. D. S. 
partly in ms. of Washington and endorsed by 
him : " Report of the 10th Survey & second upon 
the Great Kanhawa, So. Side. 4,232 acres, 
which may be added by a narrow Bottom to 
number 9." 12, 1532. 

[ j un e] [WASHINGTON.] Mathematical calculation of land- 
survey distances. A. D. 12, 1533. 

[_ _ j une ] [WASHINGTON.] Survey plat of 4,232 acres upon the 
Great Kanhawa above the survey of 10,990 
acres granted to Doctor Craik. A. D. Endorsed 
by Washington as noted and marked No. 10. 

12, 1534. 

- June. CRAWFORD, W[iUiam]. Survey of "the 7th Survey, 

being the 7th large bottom below the little 
Kanhawa and 2d below the great Bend" of the 
Ohio, on the east side, 1,990 acres.' D. S. partly 
in ms. of Washington and endorsed by him as 
quoted and "this Survey it is thought may be 
enlarged & added to number eight." 12,1535. 

- June. CRAWFORD, W[illiam]. Survey of the third large bot 

tom below the Little Kanhawa on the Ohio River 
patented in the name of George Muse, 927 acres. 
Plat. D. S. 12, 1536. 

Second D. S. of the description, endorsed by Wash 
ington: "Report of the 3d Survey, being ye 3d 
large bottom below the Little Kanhawa No. 3. 
927 acres. This Survey may be enlarged it is 
thought." 12, 1537 

- June. CRAWFORD, W[illiam]. Survey of the 6th large bot 

tom on the east side of the Ohio below the Little 
Kanhawa and next below the great Bend. 3,373 
acres. Plat. D. S. 12, 1538. 



86 LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

1771, June. CRAWFORD, Wfilliam], Second D. S. of the descrip 
tion, partly inms. of Washington and endorsed 
by him: " Report of the 6th Survey, being the 
6th large bottom below the Little Kanhawa & 
just below the great Bend No. 6. 3,373 acres. 
Cannot be enlargd." 12, 1539. 

June. CRAWFORD, W[illiam]. Survey of the 4th large bot 
tom on the east side of the Ohio River about 
sixteen miles below the Little Kanhawa. 2,448 
acres. Patented in the name of George Wash 
ington. Plat. D. S. 12, 1540. 
Second D. S. of the description, partly in ms. of Wash 
ington, and endorsed by him: "Report of ye 4th 
Survey being ye 4th large bottom below ye 
Little Kanhawa No. 4 2,448 acres. Cannot be 
enlargd." 12, 1541. 

[ June.] [WASHINGTON.] "Survey of 51,302 acres of land in 

the Fork of Ohio & Kanhawa" granted to 
[George] Muse and others including "ye Surveys 
of 29,753, 1,990 and 3,373 acres first made, as 
appear by Sundry Plots." This survey united 
with fresh land in 1772. Plat. A. D. and 
description of same. A. D. 12, 1543 and 1542. 

June. CRAWFORD, Wfilliam]. Survey of 10,990 acres on the 

Kanhawa patented in the name of George 
Washington. Plat. D. S. 12, 1544. 

June. CRAWFORD, W[illiam]. Survey of the seventh large 

bottom on east side of the Ohio River below the 
Little Kanhawa and the second below the great 
Bend in the Ohio containing 1,990 acres. Plat. 

D. S. 12, 1545. 

See after 12, 1523 for 12, 1546. 

[ June.] [WASHINGTON.] [Diagrams of division of Ohio and 

Kanhawa lands into farm lots.] A. Ds. 

12, 1547-49. 

July 4. BOUCHER, Jonathan]. Annapolis. To [Washing 
ton]. A. L. S. 12, 1550, 
July 9. WASHINGTON. Mount Vernon. To Rev. [Jona 
than] Boucher. Contemp. copy. 13, 1627. 
July 10. LEE, Arthur. London. To Washington, A. L, S. 

12, 1551. 

See after 12, 1563 for 12, 1552. 

July 17. WASHINGTON. Williamsburg. To Hanbury & 

Co. A. L. S. (Record copy.) 12, 1553. 
July 17. WASHINGTON. Williamsburg. To James Gildart. 

A. L. S. (Record copy.) 12, 1553. 

See also after 12, 1557 for 12, 1553. 



WASHINGTON MANUSCRIPTS 87 

1771, July 18. WASHINGTON. To John Didsbury. A. L. S. 
(Record copy.) 12, 1554. 

-July 18. WASHINGTON. To . A. L. S. (Record 

copy.) 12, 1554. 

- July 18. WASHINGTON. Invoice of goods to be shipped by 

Robert Gary & Co. for Washington. A. D. S. 
(Record copy.) 12, 1554. 

- July 18. WASHINGTON. Invoice of goods to be shipped by 

Robert Gary & Co. for John Parke Custis, con 
signed to Washington. A. D. S. (Record 
copy.) 12, 1555. 

- July 18. WASHINGTON. Invoice of goods to be shipped by 

Robert Gary & Co. for Miss [Martha Parke] 
Custis. A. D. S. (Record copy.) 12, 1556. 
July 18. WASHINGTON. Invoice of goods to be shipped by 
Robert Gary & Co., consigned to Joseph Valen 
tine. A. D. S. (Record copy.) 12, 1556. 

- July 18. WASHINGTON. Invoice of goods to be shipped by 

Robert Gary & Co. for Mr. [John Parke] Custis, 
consigned to Joseph Valentine. A. D. S. 
(Record copy.) 12, 1556. 

- July 20. WASHINGTON. Mount Vernon. To Robert Cary 

& Co. A. L. S. (Record copy.) 12, 1495. 

-July 20. WASHINGTON. Mount Vernon. To Mauduit & 

Co. A. L. S. (Record copy.) 12, 1496. 

- Aug. 2. CRAWFORD, W[illiam]. Stewart Crossing. To 

Washington. A. L. S. 12, 1557. 

- Aug. 12. WASHINGTON. Mount Vernon. To Robert Cary 

& Co. A. L. S. (Record copy.) 12, 1553. 

- Aug. 18. CROGHAN, George. Fort Pitt. To Washington. 

A. L. S. with map showing location of Wash 
ington's land on "Shirtiers" Creek. 12, 1558. 

Aug. 18. CUSTIS, John Parke. Annapolis. To Washington. 

A. L. S. 12, 1559. 

- Aug. 24. VALENTINE, Joseph. To Washington. A. L. S. 

12, 1560. 

- Sept. 5. WASHINGTON. Mount Vernon. To Mrs. M[ar^ 

garet] Savage. Contemp. copy. 12, 1471. 

- Sept. 24. WASHINGTON. Annapolis. To Neil Jameison. 

A. L. S. 12,1561. 

-Oct. 21. WASHINGTON. Mount Vernon. To Col. George 

Croghan. Contemp. copy. 12, 1472, 

^ Nov. 7. WASHINGTON. Mount Vernon. To George 

Mercer. A. L. S. (Record copy.) 12, 1562, 



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1771, Nov. 13. WASHINGTON. To Harrison Manley. A. L. S. 

12, 1563. 

Nov. 15. PINKNEY, Robert. Account against John Parke 

Custis. A. D. 12, 1552. 

- Nov. 19. BOUCHER, Jonathan. Annapolis. To Washing 

ton. A. L. S. 12, 1564. 

Nov. 22. WASHINGTON. Mount Vernon. To Capt. Robert 

Stobo. A. L. S. (Record copy.) Noted this 
letter "word for word" was also sent to Capt. 
Jacob Van Braam. 12, 1565. 

Nov. 22. WASHINGTON. Mount Vernon. To George 

Mercer. A. L. S. (Record copy.) 12, 1565. 

- Nov. 22. WASHINGTON. Mount Vernon. To Robert Cary 

& Co. A. L. S. (Record copy.) 12, 1566. 

-Nov. 22. WASHINGTON. Mount Vernon. To Robert Adam. 

A. L. S. 12, 1566. 

[ Nov. ?] BOUCHER, Jonathan. To Washington. A. L. S. 

12, 1567. 

Dec. 2. CARY, ROBERT & CO. London. Invoice of goods 

shipped for Miss Martha Parke Custis. A. D. 
by Washington. (Record copy.) 12, 1514. 

- Dec. 2. CARY, ROBERT & CO. London. Invoice of goods 

shipped to John Parke Custis. A. D. by Wash 
ington. (Record copy.) 12, 1513. 

Dec. 3. CARY, ROBERT & CO. London. Invoice of goods 

shipped to Washington. A. D. by Washington. 
(Record copy.) 12, 1511. 

- Dec. 6. WASHINGTON. Mount Vernon. To Capt. WiUiam 

Crawford. Contemp. copy. 12, 1472. 

Dec. 9. HILL, James. King William County. To Washing 
ton. A. L. S. 12, 1568. 

Dec. 11. MOORE, Bernard. To Washington. A. L. S. 

12, 1569. 

Dec. 13. PENDLETON, Edmund. To Washington. A. L. S. 

12, 1570. 

Dec. 14. WASHINGTON. Mount Vernon. To Osgood Han- 
bury & Co. A. L. S. (Record copy.) 

12, 1571. 

See after 13, 1590 and 1591-2 and 13, 1606 for 12, 1571. 

Dec. 15. PENDLETON, John. Fredericksburg. To Wash 
ington. 12, 1572. 
Dec. 16. ADDENBROOKE, Thomas. England. To Wash 
ington. A. L. S. 12, 1573.. 

Dec. 16. CAMPBELL, THOMAS & CO. Annapolis. Account 

against John Parke Custis. D. S. : Colin Camp 
bell. 12, 1574. 



WASHINGTON MANUSCRIPTS 89 

1771, Dec. 16. JACQUES, Lancelot. Account against John Parke 
Custis. A. D. S. 12, 1575. 

See after 12, 1504 for 12, 1576. 

Dec. 18. GASSAWAY, Henry. Account against John Parke 

Custis. A. D. S. 12, 1577. 

Dec. 18. GASSAWAY, Henry. Account against Rev. Jona 
than Boucher. A. D. S. 12, 1578. 

- Dec. 18. DANDRIDGE, Bartholomew]. New Kent. To 

[Washington]. A. L. S. 12, 1579. 

-Dec. 21. DANDRIDGE, W[illiam]. King WiUiam County. 

To [Washington]. A. L. S. 12, 1580. 

- Dec. 21. BURBRIDGE, J. To [Washington]. A. L. S. 

12, 1581. 

- Dec. 21. ARMISTEAD, William. New Kent County. To 

Washington. A. L. S. 12, 1582. 

- Dec. 21. DANDRIDGE, Bartholomew]. New Kent. To 

[Washington]. A. L. S. 12, 1583. 

-Dec. 21. BASSETT, BurweUi Eltham. To Washington. 

A. L. S. 12, 1584. 

- Dec. 21. BASSETT, Burwell; To [Washington]. A. L. S. 

12, 1585. 

Dec. 23. DAVENPORT, Joseph. To Washington. A. L. S. 

with list of negroes and stock at Claiborne's. 

12, 1586. 

- Dec. 24. MOORE, Bernard. To Washington. A. L. S. 

12, 1587. 
-Dec. 25. BASSETT, Burwell. Eltham. To [Washington]. 

A. L. S. 13, 1588. 

- Dec. 27. SHADE, Christopher. To Washington. A. L. S. 

13, 1589. 

1771. WASHINGTON. Diary. A. D. 1vol. 12. (In the Vir 

ginia Almanac.) M. 

[1771] [WASHINGTON.] " Plat of the Land above Capteening op 
posite Pipe Ck." Endorsed by Washington as 
quoted. 13, 1589. 

[1771?] [WASHINGTON.] " Survey between the Long botten & 
Sandy Creek patented in the name of Jno. Fry." 
A. D. 13, 1590. 

1772, Jan. 8. WASHINGTON. Mount Vernon. To Robert Cary 

& Co. A. L. S. (Record copy.) 12, 1571. 

- Jan. 10. HARRISON, Robert Hanson. Alexandria. To 

Washington. A. L. S. with extract from Vir 
ginia statutes. 13, 1591-92. 
Jan. 27. WASHINGTON. Mount Vernon. To Mrs. Mar 
garet Savage. Contemp. copy. 12, 1473. 



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1772, Jan. 27. WASHINGTON. Mount Vernon. To Harry Piper. 
Contemp. copy. 12, 1474. 

- Jan. 28. WASHINGTON. Mount Vernon. To James Gil- 

dart. A. L. S. (Record copy.) 12,1571. 

- Feb. 15. PIPER, Harry. Alexandria. To [Washington]. 

A. L. S. ' 'l3, 1593. 

- Feb. 20. WASHINGTON. Mount Vernon. To Robert Gary 

& Co. A. L. S. (Record copy.) 12, 1571. 

Feb. 21. BOUCHER, Jonathan. To Washington. A. L. S. 

13, 1594. 

- Mar. 5. BOUCHER, Jonathan. Prince George County. To 

Washington. A. L. S. 13, 1595. 

- Mar. 15. CRAWFORD, WRlliam]. Stewart's Crossing. To 

Washington. A. L. S. 13, 1596. 

- Mar. 16. WASHINGTON. Williamsburg. To Robert Gary 

& Co. A. L. S. (Record copy.) 12, 1271. 

- Mar. 21. JOHNSON, John. Annapolis. To [Martha Wash 

ington.] A. L. S. 13, 1596a. 

- Mar. 25. GARY, ROBERT & CO. London. Invoice of goods 

shipped to Washington. A. D. by Washington. 
(Record copy.) 12, 1515. 

- Mar. 25. CARY, ROBERT & CO. London. Invoice of 

goods shipped to Washington, consigned to 
Joseph Valentine. A. D. by Washington. 
(Record copy.) 12, 1515. 

-Mar. 25. CARY, ROBERT & CO. London. Invoice of 
goods shipped for John Parke Custis, consigned 
to Joseph Valentine. A. D. by Washington. 
(Record copy.) 12, 1515. 

Mar. 26. JOHNSON, Thomas, jr. Annapolis. To Washing 
ton. A.L.S. 13, 1597. 

Mar. 28. ADAM, Robert. Sundries purchased and sent to 

Washington. A. D. by Washington. (Record 
copy.) 12, 1515, 

Apr. 14. FAIRFAX, Bryan. Leesburg. To [Washington], 

A. L. S. 13, 1598. 

May 1. CRAWFORD, W[illiam]. To Washington. A. L. S, 

13, 1599, 

May 10. JOHNSON, Thomas, jr. Annapolis. To [Washing. 

ton]. A. L. S. 13, 1600, 

May 10 BALFOUR, James. Williamsburg. To [Washing^ 

ton]. A. L. S. 13, 1601, 

Also a paragraph from the will of Thomas Colvill, 

13, 1602, 



WASHINGTON MANUSCRIPTS 91 

1772, May 11. MOORE, Bernard. To Washington. A. L. S. 

13, 1603. 

- May 13. BASSETT, Burwell. Williamsburg. To Washing 

ton. A. L. S. 13, 1604. 

May 14. HILL, James. York County. To Washington. 

A. L. S. 13, 1605. 

- May 22. BOUCHER, Jonathan. To [Washington]. A. L. S. 

13, 1606. 

- May 25. WASHINGTON. Mount Vernon. To Robert Cary 

& Co. A. L. S. (Record copy.) 12,1571. 

- - July 8. JUDGE, Andrew. Indenture of service to Alexander 

Coldclough for his passage to America. Printed 

form filled out. D. S. with mark. 13, 1607. 

- July 15. FAIRFAX, Bryan. Towlston. To [Washington]. 

A. L. S. 13, 1608. 

July 15. WASHINGTON. Mount Vernon. To Robert Cary 
& Co. A. L. S. (Record copy.) Invoice of 
goods to be shipped. A. D. (Record copy.) 

13, 1609. 

- July 15. W[ASHINGTO]N. Memorandum for Webster & Son. 

A. D. S. (Record copy.) 13, 1610. 

-July 15. WASHINGTON. Virginia. To Thomas Gibson. 

A. L. S. (Record copy.) 13, 1610. 

-July 15. WASHINGTON. Virginia. To John Didsbury. 

A. L. S. (Record copy.) 13, 1611. 

- July 15. [WASHINGTON.] Virginia. To Bradshaw & 

Davidson. A. L. (Record copy.) Signature 
missing. 13, 1611. 

July 15. WASHINGTON. Invoice of goods to be shipped by 

Robert Cary & Co. for John Parke Custis. 
A. D. S. (Record copy.) 13, 1611. 

July 15. WASHINGTON. Invoice of goods to be shipped by 

Robert Carey & Co. for Miss Martha Parke Custis, 
A. D. S. (Record copy.) 13, 1612, 

-July 15. WASHINGTON, Martha. Virginia. To Mrs, 
Thorpe. In ms. of Washington. (Record 
copy.) 13, 1612. 

July 20. WASHINGTON. Mount Vernon. To Jenifer 

Adams. A. L. S. (Record copy.) 13, 1612. 

- July 20. CARLYLE, John. Alexandria. To Washington. 

A. L. S. 13, 1613 

July 24. HILL, James. Williamsburg. To Washington. 

A. L. S. 13, 1614. 

- Aug. 3. FAIRFAX, Bryan. Towlston. To [Washington]. 

A. L. S. 13, 1615. 



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1772, Aug. 4. STRETTELL, Amos. Philadelphia. To Washing 
ton. A. L. S. 13, 1616. 
Aug. 7. WASHINGTON. Mount Vernon. To Matthew 
Campbell. A. L. S. (Record copy.) 13, 1617. 
See also after 13, 1636 for 13, 1617. 

1772-1773, Aug. 9-May 27. [WASHINGTON.] Pocket daybook 
or cash memorandum. A. D. 1 vol. 12. 
18 pp. Marked: 1. M. 

1772, Aug. 18. STRETTELL, Amos. Philadelphia. Statement of 
account of 600 of insurance for goods shipped to 
the West Indies by Washington. A. D. S. 

13, 1618. 

Aug. 18. STRETTELL, Amos. Philadelphia. To Washing 

ton. A. L. S. 13, 1619. 

Aug. 19. SAVAGE, Margaret. Whitehaven. To Washing 

ton. A. L. S. 13, 1620. 

Aug. 29. EVERARD, Thomas. To Washington. A. L. S. 

13, 1621. 
Aug. 30. HILL, James. To Washington. A. L. S. 13, 1622. 

Aug. 31. PENDLETON, Edmund. To Washington. A. L. S. 

13, 1623. 

Aug. 31. ZIETEN, . To . A. L. S. (In German.) 

13, 1624. 

- Sept. 12. STEPHENSON, Hugh. To Washington. A. L. S. 

13, 1625. 

- Sept. 18. CONNOLLY, John. Pittsburg. To Washington. 

A. L. S. 13, 1626. 

- Sept. 20. WASHINGTON. Mount Vernon. To Mrs. M[ar- 

garet] Savage. Con temp. copy. 12, 1474. 

- Sept. 20. WASHINGTON. Mount Vernon. To Mrs. [Sarah] 

Bomfort. Contemp. copy. 13, 1627. 

See also after 12, 1550 for 13, 1627, and after 13, 1636 for 13, 1629. 

- Sept. 29. DAVIDSON, James. London. To Washington. 

A. L. S. 13, 1632. 

- Sept. 29. CARY, ROBERT & CO. London. Invoice of 

goods shipped to Washington. A. D. by Wash 
ington. (Record copy.) 13, 1633. 

- Sept. 29. CAREY, ROBERT & CO. London. Invoice of 

goods shipped for John Parke Custis, consigned 
to Washington. A. D. by Washington. (Rec 
ord copy.) 13, 1635. 

Sept. 29. CARY, ROBERT & CO. London. Invoice of 

goods shipped for Miss Martha Parke Custis, 
consigned to Washington. A. D. by Washing 
ton. (Record copy.) 13, 1635. 



WASHINGTON MANUSCRIPTS 93 

1772, Oct. 5. SIMPSON, Gilbert. To Washington. A. L. S. 

13, 1636. 

- Oct. 15. WASHINGTON. Mount Vernon. To Kobert Cary 
& Co. A. L. S. (Record copy.) Also invoice 
of goods Jor Washington and John Parke Custis 
consigned to James Hill. A. D. S. (Record 
copy.) 13, 1617. 

- Nov. 2. WASHINGTON. Williamsburg. To Earl Dunmore 

Con temp. copy. 16, 1974. 

- Nov. 5. WASHINGTON. To Earl Dunmore and the Council 

of Virginia. Contemp. copy. 13, 1629. 

Nov. 13. McMICKAN, Robert. Kingston, Jamaica. To 

Washington. A. L. S. 13, 1637. 

- Nov. 14. BAYNES, John. Piscattaway. To Washington. 

A. L. S. 13, 1638. 

Nov. 20. WASHINGTON. WiUiamsburg. To Robert Cary 

& Co. A. L. S. (Record copy.) 13, 1639. 

See also after 13, 1652 and 1664 for 13, 1639. 

Nov. 22. DAVENPORT, Joseph. To Lund Washington. 
A. L. S. 13, 1640. 

- Dec. 2. FAIRFAX, Bryan. To [Washington]. A. L. S. 

13, 1641. 

Dec. 3. CRAWFORD, William. To Washington. A. L. S. 

13, 1642. 

-Dec. 3. WASHINGTON. Fairfax County. To Dr. Brisco. 

Contemp. copy. 13, 1643. 

See also after 13, 1665 for 13, 1643. 

- Dec. 7. JONES, Edward. To Washington. A. L. S. 

13, 1644. 

- Dec. 13. HILL, James. To Washington. A. L. S. 13, 1645. 

- Dec. 15. BAKER, Francis. Queens Town, [Virginia]. To 

Washington. A. L. S. 13, 1646. 

- Dec. 15. DUNMORE, [John, Earl of]. Land grant to Wash 

ington of 2,448 acres in Botetourt County. 
D. S. (Parchment) seal pendant. 13, 1647. 

Dec. 15. DUNMORE, [John, Earl of]. Land grant to John 

Savage and others of 28,627 acres in Fincastle 
County. D. S. (Parchment) seal pendant. 

13, 1648. 

- Dec. 15. DUNMORE, [John, Earl of]. Land grant to Wash 

ington of 4,395 acres in Botetourt County. 
D. S. (Parchment) seal pendant. 13, 1649. 

- Dec. 15. DUNMORE, [John, Earl of]. Land grant to Wash 

ington of 2,314 acres in Botetourt County. 
D. S. (Parchment) seal pendant. 13, 1650. 



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1772, Dec. 19. PENDLETON, Edmund. To Washington. A.L. S. 

13, 1651. 

Dec. 26. SIMPSON, Gilbert. To Washington. A. L. S. 

13, 1652, 

- Dec. 31. WASHINGTON. Mount Vernon. To Robert Cary 
& Co. A. L. S. (Record copy.) 13, 1639. 

Dec. 31 . [BAYNES, John.] Memorandum of expense account. 

A. D. 13, 1653. 

1772. [WASHINGTON.] Diary, A. D. 1 vol. 12. (In the Vir 
ginia Almanac.) M. 

[1772.] [WASHINGTON.] Survey of 2,084 acres on Big Sandy 
Creek, 30 miles from the mouth, patented in the 
name of John Fry, heir to Joshua Fry. Plat. 
A. D. 13, 1654. 

[ 1772.] [WASHINGTON.] Survey of 1,525 acres on Little Sandy 
Creek, 2 miles above the survey of 2,084 acres 
on Sandy Creek, patented to the heir of Col. 
Joshua Fry [John Fry]. Plat. A, D. 

13, 1655. 

[1772.] [WASHINGTON.] Survey of 4,149 acres next below the 
long bottom and about 3 miles below the lower 
end thereof being the 2d bottom below the 
Great Kanhawa of any tolerable size, granted 
to John Fry. A, D. 13, 1656. 

[1772.] [WASHINGTON.] Copy of courses of land grant by Dun- 
more to John Savage and others. A. D. 

13, 1657. 

[1772.] [CRAWFORD, William.] " Courses & Distances on the 
Ohio between the Several Surveys made thereon 
from the Sandy Creek Survey to the Survey 
next the little Kanhawa." A. D. Endorsed by 
Washington as quoted. 13, 1658. 

[1772?] VALENTINE, Joseph. Agreement with John Stratton 
Contemp. copy. 13, 1659. 

[1772?] [WASHINGTON.] Plat of surveys of lands on the Ohio 
river and Little Sandy Creek. A. D. 13, 1660. 

[1772?] [WASHINGTON.] Plat and names of the soldiers to 
whom the lands surveyed on Sandy Creek were 
granted, 28,627 acres to John Savage and 
others. A. D. 13, 1661. 

1772-1793. [WASHINGTON.] Ledger of accounts "Ledger B." 
Partly A. D. 1 vol. royal folio, metal clasps, 
with index in a separate parchment volume, f . 
A. D. M. 



WASHINGTON MANUSCRIPTS 95 

1773, Jan. 1. HILL, James. Williamsburg. To Washington. 

A. L. S. 13, 1662. 

-Jan. 1. FAIRFAX, Bryan. Towlston. To Washington. 

A. L. S. 13, 1663. 

Jan. 11. COWAN, David. Agreement with Washington to 

serve as a gardener. A. D. S. of Washington, 

signed also by Cowan. 13, 1663a. 

-Jan. 11. NEWTON, Thomas, jr. Norfolk. To Washington. 

A. L. S. 13, 1664. 

See after 13, 1668 for 13, 1665. 

- Jan. 12. WASHINGTON. Mount Vernon. To Robert Mc- 

Mickan. A. Ls. S. (Record copies of two let 
ters of this date.) 13, 1639. 

- Jan. 12. WASHINGTON. Mount Vernon. To D. Jenifer 

Adams. A. L. S. (Record copy.) 13, 1665. 

- Jan. 19. BOUCHER, Jonathan. Castle Magruder. To 

[Washington.] A. L. S. 13, 1666. 

- Jan. 23 . WASHINGTON. Mount Vernon. To Thomas New 

ton, jr. A. L. S. (Record copy.) 13, 1665. 

- Jan. 27. WASHINGTON. Mount Vernon. To Thomas New 

ton, jr. A. L. S. (Record copy.) 13,1665. 

- Feb. 4. WASHINGTON. Mount Vernon. To Thomas, Lord 

Fairfax. Contemp. copy. 13, 1643. 

- Feb. 5. HILL, James. York County. To Washington. 

A. L. S. 13, 1667. 

- Feb. 8. STONE, Caleb. Agreement with Washington to serve 

as overseer of negro carpenters. A. D. S. of 
Washington, signed also by Stone. 13, 1667a. 

- Feb. 12. HARRISON, Robert H[anson]. Alexandria. To 

Washington. A. L. S. 13, 1668. 

- Feb. 12. WASHINGTON. Mount Vernon. To Robert Mc- 

Mickan. A. L. S. (Record copy.) 13, 1665. 

- Feb. 12. WASHINGTON. Power of attorney to Robert 

McMickan. A. D. S. (Record copy.) 13, 1670. 

- Feb. 12. WASHINGTON. Mount Vernon. To Thomas New 

ton, jr. A. L. S. (Record copy.) 13, 1669. 

- Feb. 15. WASHINGTON. Mount Vernon. To Capt. John 

Dalton. A. L. S. (Record copy.) 13, 1669. 

- Feb. [15.] WASHINGTON. Mount Vernon. To Robert Mc 

Mickan. A. L. S. (Record copy.) 13, 1669. 

- Feb. [15.] WASHINGTON. Account with Daniel Jenifer 

Adams. A. D. S. (Record copy.) 13, 1669. 

- Feb. 22. FAIRFAX, George William. Belvoir. To Wash 

ington. A. L. S. 13, 1672. 



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1773, Feb. 23. WASHINGTON. Mount Vernon. To Craven Pey 
ton. A. L. S. (Record copy.) 13, 1670. 

- Feb. 23 . WASHINGTON. Mount Vernon. To Gilbert Simp 

son. A. L. S. (Record copy.) 13, 1670. 

Feb. 23. WASHINGTON. List of supplies furnished by 

Washington for his and Gilbert Simpson's joint 
concern upon Youghiogany. A. L. S. (Record 
copy.) 13, 1671. 

Feb. 27. GARY, ROBERT & CO. London. Invoice of shoes 

sent for [Martha] Washington and [Martha 
ParkeJ Custis. A. D. by Washington. 
(Record copy.) 13, 1673. 

- Feb. 27. CARY, ROBERT & CO. London. Invoice of 

goods shipped to Washington, consigned to 
James Hill. A. D. by Washington. (Record 
copy.) 13, 1673. 

- Feb. 27. CARY, ROBERT & CO. London. Invoice of goods 
shipped for John Parke Custis, consigned to 
James Hill. A. D. by Washington. (Record 
copy.) 13, 1673. 

- Mar. 10. WASHINGTON. Williamsburg. To John Fry. 

Contemp. copy. 13, 1674. 

-Mar. 10. WASHINGTON. To John Nicholas. Contemp. 

copy. 13, 1674. 

- Mar. 12. WASHINGTON. To Rev. [C. M.] Thruston. Con- 

temp, copy. 13, 1676. 

See also after 13, 1685 for 13, 1676 and after 14, 1738 for 13, 1677 and 1678. 

- Mar. 16. [FRAZER, John G.] King William Court house. 

To [Washington]. A. L. S. [Signature missing.] 

13, 1679. 

- Mar. 22. NEWTON, Thomas, jr. Norfolk. To Washington. 

A. L. S. 13, 1680. 

-Mar. 25. WASHINGTON, Virginia. To Peter Chester or 
William Edwards. A. L. S. (Record copy.) 

13, 1681. 

- Mar. 30. WASHINGTON. Mount Vernon. To James Wood. 

A.L. S. (Record copy.) 13,1681. 

- Apr. 3. WASHINGTON. Mount Vernon. To Benedict Cal- 

vert. A. L. S. (Record copy.) 13, 1682. 

See also after 13, 1687 and 1694 for 13, 1682. 

- Apr. 8. CALVERT, Benedict. Mount Airy. To Washington. 

A. L. S. 13, 1683. 

- Apr. 8. BOUCHER, Jonathan. Prince George's County. To 

[Washington]. A. L. S. 13, 1684. 

-Apr. 11. SIMPSON, Gilbert. Youghagahana. To Washing 
ton, A. L. S. 13, 1685. 



WASHINGTON MANUSCRIPTS 97 

1773, Apr. 13. WASHINGTON. Mount Vernon. To Earl of Dun- 
more. Contemp. eopy. 13, 1676. 
-May 4. BRAXTON, Carter. To [Washington.] [Wrapper 
of letter only, endorsed by Washington.] 

13, 1686. 

May 5. MEREDITH, Reese. Philadelphia. To Washington. 

L. S. 13, 1687. 

- May 8. WASHINGTON. Mount Vernon. To Robert Cary 

& Co. A. L. S. (Record copy.) 13, 1682. 

- May 8. LEWIS, Fielding. To Washington. A. L. S. 

13, 1688. 

May 9. MAGOWAN, Walter. To Washington. A. L. S. 

13, 1689. 

- May 11. HILL, James. To [Washington]. A. L. S. 

13, 1690. 

May 15. POTTER, Joseph. Receipt for board and schooling 

of St. Lawrence Posey. A. D. S. 14, 1819. 

-May 20. SIMPSON, Gilbert. Yougagahanay. To Washing 
ton. A. L. S. 13, 1692. 

-May 23. PENDLETON, Edmund, jr. To Washington. 
A. L. S. 13, 1693. 

- May 24. LEWIS, Fielding. To Washington. A. L. S. 

13, 1694. 

1773-1774, May 29-Mar. 22. [WASHINGTON.] Pocket day book 
or cash memorandums. A. D. 1 v. 12. 36 
pp. Marked: 2. M. 

1773, May 31. WASHINGTON. New York. To Robert Cary & 
Co. A. L. S. (Record copy.) 13, 1682. 

- May 31. WASHINGTON. New York. To Rev. Dr. [Myles] 

Cooper. A. L. S. (Record copy.) 13, 1696. 

- June 9. [WASHINGTON.] List of tithables in Truro parish, 

Fairfax County, of George Washington and 
Lund Washington. Tithables in Fairfax parish. 
List of lands belonging to Washington in North 
ern Neck on which quitrents became due Michael 
mas, 1771. Receipt for rents, June 16, 1772. 
A. D. 13, 1697. 

- June 14. WASHINGTON. Mount Vernon. To Robert Mc- 

Mickan. A. L. S. (Record copy.) 13, 1696. 

- June 14. SIMPSON, Gilbert. Loudoun. To [Washington]. 

A. L. S. 13, 1698. 

- June 19. CHARLTON, Edward. WiUiamsburg. To Wash 

ington. A. L. S. 13, 1699. 

June 19. HILL, James. To Washington, A, L. S. 

13, 1700, 

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1773, June 22. HILL, Henry. Philadelphia. To Washington. 
A. L. S. 13, 1701. 

- June 28. CARLYLE, John. Alexandria. To Washington. 

(Recent copy.) 13, 1702. 

-June 29. CONNOLLY, John. Pittsburg. To [Washington], 

A. L. S. 13, 1703. 

- June 30. NEWTON, Thomas, jr. Norfolk. To Washington. 

A. L. S. 13, 1705. 

- July 2. HILL, James. Yorke County. To [Washington]. 

A. L. S. 13, 1706. 

-July 2. COOPER, M[yles]. Kings College, New York. To 

Washington. A. L. S. 13, 1707. 

- July 3. HILL, James. Williamsburg. To Washington. 

A. L. S. 14, 1708. 

- July 3. DUNMORE [John Murray, Earl of]. Williamsburg. 

To [Washington]. A. L. S. 14, 1709. 

- July 5. CUSTIS, John Parke. Kings CoUege. To [Washing 

ton]. A. L. S. 14, 1710. 

-July5. CUSTIS, John Parke. Kings CoUege. To [Martha] 

Washington. A. L. S. 14, 1711. 

- July 7. LEWIS, Fielding. To [Washington]. A. L. S. 

14, 1712. 

- July 10. WASHINGTON. To Robert Cary & Co. A. L. S. 

(Record copy.) 14, 1713. 

- July 10. WASHINGTON. Invoice of goods to be shipped by 

Robert Cary & Co. A. D. S. (Record copy.) 

14, 1713. 

- July 10. WASHINGTON. Invoice of goods to be shipped to 

Lund Washington. A. D. S. (Record copy.) 

14, 1714. 
-July 10. WASHINGTON. To Thomas Gibson. A. L. S. 

(Record copy.) 14, 1714. 

-July 10. WASHINGTON. To . (Scythe maker.) 

A. L. S. (Record copy.) 14, 1714. 

- July 10. WASHINGTON. Virginia. To John Didsbury. 

A. L. S. (Record copy.) 14, 1715. 

- July 10. WASHINGTON. Virginia. To James Davidson. 

A. L. S. (Record copy.) 14, 1715. 

- July 10. WASHINGTON. To Thomas Newton, jr. A. L. S. 

(Record copy.) 14, 1716. 

- July 12. WASHINGTON. Mount Vernon. To Robert Cary 

& Co. A. L. S. (Record copy.) 14, 1715, 

July 12. WASHINGTON. Invoice of goods to be shipped by 

Robert Cary & Co. for Washington and John 
Parke Custis, consigned to James Hill. A. D. S. 
(Record copy.) 14, 1715. 



WASHINGTON MANUSCRIPTS 99 

1773, July 15. WASHINGTON. Mount Vernon. To Lamar, Hill, 
Bisset & Co. A. L. S. (Record copy.) 

14, 1716. 

- July 15. WASHINGTON. Mount Vernon. To Robert Gary 

& Co. ,A. L. S. (Record copy.) 14, 1716. 

- July 19. WASHINGTON. Mount Vernon. To Phrip & 

Newton. A. L. S. (Record copy.) 14,1716. 

- July 19. WASHINGTON. Mount Vernon. To James Mercer. 

A. L. S. (Record copy.) 14, 1717. 

- July 20. WASHINGTON. Mount Vernon. To Robert Mc- 

Mickan. A. L. S. (Record copy.) 14, 1717. 

- July 22. NEWTON, Thomas, jr. Norfolk. To Washington. 

A. L. S. 14, 1718. 

July 23. HILL, James. Yorke County. To Washington. 

A. L. S. 14, 1719. 

- July 26. WASHINGTON. Mount Vernon. To Robert Cary 

& Co. A. L. S. (Record copy, with list of addi 
tional goods desired.) 14, 1717. 

-July 26. ADDENBROOKE, Thomas. Coalbrookedale, Eng 
land. To Washington. A. L. S. 14, 1720. 

-July. SIMPSON, Gilbert. Loudoun. To [Washington]. 
A. L. S. 14, 1721. 

- Aug. 2. BOUCHER, Jonathan. To [Washington]. (Recent 

copy.) 14, 1722. 

- Aug. 5. WASHINGTON. Mount Vernon. To Robert Cary 

& Co. A. L. S. (Record copy.) 14, 1723. 

- Aug. 9. POSEY, John. Rovers Delight. To Washington. 

A. L. S. 14, 1724. 

Aug. 13. NEWTON, Thomas, jr. Williamsburg. To Wash 
ington. A. L. S. 14, 1725. 
See also after 14, 1752 and 1753 and 55 for 14, 1723. 

nug. 13. ANDERSON, Edward. Annapolis. To [Washing 
ton]. A. L. S. 14, 1726. 

- Aug. 17. ARMSTRONG, John. Carlisle. To Washington. 

A. L. S. 14, 1727. 

Aug. 22. GLASCOCK, Thomas. Richmond County. To 

Washington. A. L. S. 14, 1728. 

- Aug. 25. CALVERT, Benedict. Mount Airy. To Washing 

ton. (Recent copy.) 14, 1729. 
Aug. 29. CONNOLLY, John. Pittsburg. To Washington. 

A. L. S. 14, 1730. 
Aug. 31. SIMPSON, Gilbert. Loudoun. To Washington. 

A. L. S. 14, 1731. 
Sept. 1. CARROLL, Daniel. Rock Creek. To Washington. 

A. L. S. 14, 1732. 



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1773, Sept. 8. HARRISON, Robert H[anson]. Alexandria. To 
Washington. A. L. S. 14, 1733. 

- Sept. 10. WASHINGTON. Mount Vernon. To Edward 

Anderson. A. L. S. 14, 1734. 

Sept. 11. HARRISON, Robert Hanson. To Washington. 

A. L. S. 14, 1735. 

Sept. 16. ADAM, Robert. To Washington. A. L. S. 

14, 1736. 

Sept. 20. COOPER, [Myles]. King's College. To Washing 
ton. A. L. S. in third person. 14, 1737. 

Sept. 20. VARDILL, John. King's College. To Washing 
ton. A. L. S. 14, 1738. 

See after 14, 1760 for 14, 1739. 

Sept. 25. WASHINGTON. Mount Vernon. To Capt. 

William Crawford. Contemp. copy. 13, 1677. 

- Sept. 25. WASHINGTON. Mount Vernon. To Capt. 

William Crawford. Contemp. copy. 13, 1678. 

- Sept. 26. WASHINGTON. Mount Vernon. To Michael 

Cresap. Contemp. copy. 14, 1739. 

See after 14,1769 and 1771 for 14,1740. 
See after 14, 1783 for 14, 1742, 1743 and 1744. 
See after 14, 1791 for 14, 1745. 
See after 14, 1819, 1820, and 1824 for 14, 1746. 
See after 14, 1824 for 14, 1747. 

- Sept. 27. BOMFORD, Sarah. Dublin. To Washington. 

A. L. S. 14, 1748. 

[ Sept. 29.] WASHINGTON. Lands in Northern Neck on 

which quitrents became due Michaelmas. Re 
ceipt for rent for 1774, 1775, 1776. A. D. 

14, 1749. 

- Sept. 30. THOMPSON, Richard. Philadelphia. To Wash 

ington. A. L. S. 14, 1750. 

-Oct. 1. SIMPSON, Gilbert. Youghagahanay. To Washing 
ton. A. L. S. 14, 1751. 

- Oct. 2. OLIVER, Thomas. Marlborough. To Washington. 

A. L. S. 14, 1752. 

- Oct. 6. WASHINGTON. Mount Vernon. To Robert Cary 

& Co. A. L. S. (Record copy with list of goods 
desired for himself and books for [John Parke] 
Custis.) 14, 1723. 

- Oct. 12. WASHINGTON. Mount Vernon. To James Gil- 

dart. A. L. S. (Record copy.) 14, 1723. 

- Oct. 1 6. LANPHIER, Going. New Church. To Washington. 

A. L. S. 14, 1753. 

- Oct. 18. WASHINGTON. Mount Vernon. To Thomas 

Eden. A. L. S. (Record copy.) 14, 1723. 



WASHINGTON MANUSCRIPTS 101 

1773, Oct. 19. MILNOR, William. Philadelphia. To Washington. 
A. L. S. 14, 1754. 

- Nov. 2. WASHINGTON. Williamsburg. To Earl of Dun- 

more. Contemp. copy. 16, 1974. 

- Nov. 3-6. VIRGINIA, Council. Extract from minutes. 

A. D. S. of Washington. 14, 1755. 

- Nov. 4. WASHINGTON. Williamsburg. To Osgood Han- 

bury & Co. A. L. vS. (Record copy.) 

14, 1723. 

[ Nov. 8 ?] BLAIR, John. To Washington. A. L. S. 

14, 1756. 

- Nov. 9. BLAIR, John. Williamsburg. To [Washington].- 

(Recent copy.) 14, 1757. 

- Nov. 10. WASHINGTON. Williamsburg. To Robert Cary 

& Co. A. L. S. (Record copy.) 14, 1758. 

Nov. 12. CRAWFORD, William. Spring Garden. To Wash 

ington. A. L. S. 14, 1759. 

- Nov. 16. BLACK, William. Black Grove. To Washington. 

A. L. S. 14, 1760. 

- Nov. 18. WASHINGTON. Eltham. To William Black. 

Contemp. copy. 14, 1739. 

Nov. 25. DUNMORE, [John Murray, Earl of]. Warrant for 

survey of 2,000 acres of land granted to Lt. 
Charles Mynn Thruston and sold by him to 
Washington. D. S. In ms. of Washington. 

231, 13061. 

Nov. 29. WASHINGTON. Williamsburg. To Capt. Thomas 

Pollock. A. L. S. (Record copy.) 14, 1758. 

Dec. 1. DUNMORE, [John Murray, Earl of]. Grant of 28,400 
acres of land in Botetourt County to David 
Richardson and others. D. S. (Parchment.) 
Seal appended. 14, 1761. 

Dec. 1 . SERVANT Indentures of John Knight, James Low, 

John Wood, Thomas and Elizabeth McPherson, 
and Peter Miller, with George Straker, sea cap 
tain, for passage to America. Ds. S. Printed 
forms, filled in. (5 pieces.) 14, 1762-66. 

Dec. 5. WASHINGTON. Williamsburg. To Robert Cary & 

Co. A. L. S. (Record copy.) 14, 1758. 

Dec. 6. WASHINGTON. To William Black. Copy. 

14,1767a 

Dec. 11. HOG, Peter. Winchester. To [Washington]. 

A. L. S. 14, 1767. 

Dec. 14. WASHINGTON. Mount Vernon. To Thomas New 
ton, jr. A. L. S. (Record copy.) 14, 1768. 



102 LIBRAKY OF CONGBES9 

1773, Dec. 15. WYTHE, George. Legal opinion on title of [William 
Black's] land with additional note of B[artholo- 
mew] Dandridge. A. D. S. by Dandridge. 

14, 1769. 

Dec. 15. WASHINGTON. Mount Vernon to Rev. [Myles] 

Cooper. Con temp. copy. 14, 1740. 

- Dec. 15. WASHINGTON. Mount Vernon. To John Var- 

dill. Contemp. copy. 14, 1740. 

Dec. 16. WASHINGTON. Mount Vernon. To William Mil- 

nor. A. L. S. (Record copy.) 14, 1768. 

See also after 14, 1828 for 14, 1768. 

Dec. 16. LANGFITT, Philip. Agreement with Washington. 

D. S. Witnessed by Lund Washington. 

14, 1769a. 

Dec. 21. CHESTON, James. Assignment of a felon, trans 
ported from Great Britain, as a bond servant to 
Washington. D. S. Printed form filled in. 

14, 1770. 

-Dec. 21. MASON, George. Guns ton Hall. To Washington. 

A. L. S. 14,1771. 

Dec. 23. WASHINGTON. Mount Vernon. To Isaac Bom- 
ford. Contemp. copy. 14, 1740. 

Dec. 23. WASHINGTON. Mount Vernon. To Mrs. [Sarah] 

Bomford. Contemp. copy. 14, 1740. 

- Dec. 23. CONNOLLY, John. Frederickburg. To Washing 

ton. A. L. S. 14, 1772. 

- Dec. 24. ARMSTRONG, John. Carlisle. To Washington. 

A. L. S. 14, 1773. 

- Dec. 27. MOORE, Cato. Receipt to Washington. D. S. 

14, 1774. 

- Dec. 29. CRAWFORD, W[illiam]. Spring Garden. To Wash 

ington. A. L. S. 14, 1775. 

Dec. 30. DANDRIDGE, Bartholomew]. New Kent. To 

Washington. A. L. S. 14, 1776. 

- Dec. 30. WASHINGTON. Mount Vernon. To Osgood Han- 

bury & Co. A. L. S. (Record copy.) 14, 1768. 

- Dec. 30. WASHINGTON. Mount Vernon. To Capt. Jacob 

Vanbraam. Contemp. copy. 14, 1741. 

1773. WASHINGTON. Diary. A. D. 1 v. 12. (In 

Virginia Almanac.) M. 

1774, Jan. 1. AYLETT, John. To Washington. A. L. S. 14, 1777. 

- Jan. 7. ADAM, Robert. To Washington. A. L. S. 14, 1778. 
Jan. 8. WASHINGTON. To [John Aylett.] A. Df. S. 

14, 1777, 



WASHINGTON MANUSCRIPTS 103 

1774, Jan. 8. McDONALD, Angus. Frederic kCounty. To Wash 
ington. A. L. S. A. D. S. memo, by Washing 
ton on verso. 14, 1779. 

Jan. 10. CRAWFORD, William. Spring Garden. To Wash 

ington. A.L.S. 14,1780. 

Jan. 10. COOPER, Mfiles]. New York. To Washington. 

A. L. S. 14, 1781. 

Jan. 12. ADAM, Robert. Alexandria. To Washington. 
A. L. S. 14, 1782. 

Jan. 15. CRAWFORD, W[illiam]. Sp r i n g Gard en. To 

Washington. A. L. S. 14, 1783 

Jan. 17. WASHINGTON. Mount Vernon. To William 

Black. Contemp. copy. 14, 1742. 

Jan. 17. WASHINGTON. Mount' Vernon. To George 

Wythe. Contemp. copy. 14, 1743. 

Jan. 29. WASHINGTON. Mount Vernon. To George Muse. 
Contemp. copy. 14, 1744. 

Jan. 31. WEBB, Isaac. Indenture of agreement with John 
Moorfield for service in return for transportation 
to America. D. S. by Webb and Moorfield. 
Printed form, filled in. Assignment by Moor 
field of Webb to Washington, Mar. 26, 1774, on 
verso. 14, 1784. 

[1774, Jan.] ADAM, Robert. To Washington. A. L. S. 14, 1785. 

1 774, Feb . 1 . CONNOLLY, John. Westmoreland Goal. To Wash 
ington. A. L. S. 14, 1786. 

- Feb. 2. SNICKERS, Edward. To Washington. A. L. S. 

14, 1787. 

- Feb. 5. COOPER, Myles. New York. To Washington. 

A. L. S. 14, 1788. 

- Feb. 14. PAGE, John. To Washington. A. L. S. 14, 1789. 

- Feb. 14. ADAM, Robert. Alexandria. To Washington. 

A. L. S. 14, 1790. 

- Feb. 16. DANDRIDGE, Bartholomew]. New Kent. To 

Washington. A. L. S. 14, 1791. 

- Feb. 17. WASHINGTON. Mount Vernon. To Thomas 

Lewis. Contemp. copy. 14, 1745. 

- Feb. 17. STODDERT, Benjamin C. Bladensburg. To Wash 

ington. A. L. S. 14, 1792. 

- Feb. 18. CARY, ROBERT & CO. London. To Washington. 

A. L. S. 14, 1793. 

- Feb. 18. JONES, Emmanuel. Brafferton. To Washington. 

A. L. S. 14, 1794. 

- Feb. 19. EDEN, THOMAS & CO. London. To Washington. 

A. L. S. 14, 1795. 



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1774, Feb. 19. BRENT, Robert. Acquia. To Washington. A.L.S. 

14, 1796. 

Feb. 20. CUSTIS, John Parke. Mount Airy. To Washing 

ton. A. L. S. 14, 1797. 

Feb. 21. JOHNSON, Thomas, jr. Annapolis. To Washing 
ton. A. L. S. 14, 1798. 

Feb. 21. [WASHINGTON.] Memorandum of agreement of 

William Stevens, Bennet Jenkins, and Jason 
Jenkins. Contemp. extract. 14, 1799. 

Feb. 22. WASHINGTON. Mount Vernon. To Henry Rid- 

dell. L. S. (Record copy.) 14, 1800. 

Feb. 24. RIDDELL, Henry. Piscataway. To Washington. 

A. L. S. 14, 1801. 

Feb. [WASHINGTON.] To [James Tilghman, jr.]. A. Df. 

14, 1802. 

-Mar. 1. WASHINGTON. Mount Vernon. To Henry Riddell. 
A. Df. S. 14, 1803. 

Mar. 1. ROSS, John. Philadelphia. To Robert Adam. 

A. L. S. 14, 1804. 

- Mar. 2. RIDDELL, Henry. Piscataway. To [Washington]. 

A. L. S. 14, 1805. 

Mar. 5. WASHINGTON. Mount Vernon. To Henry Riddell 

Contemp. copy by Lund Washington. 

14, 1806. 

Mar. 7. PRESTON, William. Fincastle. To Washington. 

A. L. S. 14, 1807. 

Mar. 7. PRESTON, J. Entry of grant of 2,000 acres of land 

in the fork of the Great Kanhawa and Cole 
Rivers to Washington. A. D. S. Attested 
copy. 231, 31061. 

- Mar. 9. LEWIS, Andrew. Richfield. To Washington. 

A. L. S. 14, 1808. 

- Mar. 10. CHEW, Joseph. Johnson HaU [N. YJ To Wash 

ington. A. L. S. 14, 1809. 

Mar. 12. HUGHES, William. Frederick Town Jail. To 

Washington. A. L. S. 14, 1810. 

Mar. 12. LUX, WILLIAM & BOWLY. Assignment of a 

felon, transported from Great Britain as a bond 
servant, to Washington. D. S. Printed form, 
filled in. 14,1811. 

(Two other similar assignments.) 

14, 1812 and 1813. 

Mar. 12. McGACHEN, William. Baltimore. Account against 

Valentine Crawford. A. D. 14, 1814. 
Mar. 13. McGACHEN, William. Baltimore. To Washing 
ton. A. L. S. 14, 1815. 



WASHINGTON MANUSCRIPTS 105 

1774, Mar. 18. RIDDELL, Henry. Piscataway. To [Washington]. 
A. L. S. 14, 1816. 

- Mar. 20. CRAWFORD, Valentine. Agreement with Wash 

ington as overseer on the Ohio River. D. S. In 
ms. of and also signed by Washington. 14, 1816a. 

-Mar. 21. MERCER, Hugh. Frederick. To Washington. 
A. L. S. 14, 1817. 

-Mar. 23. WOELPPER, J[ohn] D[avid]. To [Washington]. 
A. L. S. 14, 1818. 

-Mar. 26. BAKER, Francis. Queen Ann's County. To Wash 
ington. A. L. S. (Also receipt for school ex 
penses of St. Lawrence Posey.) 14, 1819. 

- Mar. 28. WASHINGTON. Mount Vernon. To Dr. Hugh 

Mercer. Contemp. copy. 14, 1746. 

See after 13, 1690 for 14, 1819. 

Mar. 30. WASHINGTON. Instructions for Valentine Craw 
ford. A. Df. S. 14, 1819a. 

- Apr. 2. DANDRIDGE, Bartholomew]. New Kent. To 

Washington. A. L. S. 14, 1820. 

- Apr. 2. WASHINGTON. Mount Vernon. To Thomas New 

ton. Contemp. copy. 14, 1746. 

- Apr. 6. MERCER, Hugh. Frederick. To [Washington]. 

A. L. S. 14, 1821. 

- Apr. 7. TILGHMAN, James, jr. Philadelphia. To [Wash 

ington]. A. L. S. 14, 1822. 

- Apr. 8. ATHAWES, Samuel. London. To Washington. 

L. S. 14, 1823. 

- Apr. 9. NICHOLAS, Ro[bert] C[arter]. Williamsburg. To 

[Washington]. A. L. S; 14, 1824. 

-Apr. 11. WASHINGTON. Mount Vernon. To Dr. Hugh 

Mercer. Contemp. cop}^. 14, 1746. 



- Apr. 15. WASHINGTON. Mount Vernon. To Rev. [Myles] 

Cooper. Con tern. copy. 14, 1747. 

- Apr. 15. WASHINGTON. Mount Vernon. To Mrs. Mar 

garet Savage. Con tern. copy. 14, 1747. 

- Apr. 18. PRESTON, William. Certificate of survey of 2,000 

acres of land in Fincastle County, for Washing 
ton, as assignee of Charles Mynn Thruston. 
A. D. S. 14, 1825. 

- Apr. 19. NEWTON, Thomas, jr. Norfolk. To Washington. 

A. L. S. 14, 1826. 

Apr. 25. BLACK, William. Urbana. To Washington. 

A. L. S. 14, 1827. 

- Apr. 27. CRAWFORD, Valentine. Jacob's Creek. To Wash 

ington. A. L. S. 14, 1828. 



106 LIBRARY OP CONGRESS 

1774, Apr. 30. WASHINGTON. Mount Vernon. To Osgood Han- 
bury & Co. A.L. S. (Kecord copy.) 14,1768. 

April. FOWLEK, George. Cameron[?] To Washington. 

A. L. S. 14, 1829. 

May 1. WASHINGTON. Mount Vernon. To Capt. William 

McGachin. A. L. S. (Record copy.) 14, 1768. 

May 1. CONNOLLY, John. Pittsburg. To Washington. 

A. L. S. 14, 1830. 

May 4. SIMPSON, Gilbert. Youghagahohalay. To Wash 
ington. A.L. S. 14, 1831. 

May5. ST. CLAIE, Arthur. Ligonier. To Washington. 

A. L. S. 14, 1832. 

May 5. WASHINGTON. Mount Vernon. To Thomas Lewis. 

Con temp. copy. 14, 1834. 

See after 15, 1864 for 14, 1834. 
See after 15, 1886 for 14, 1835. 
See also after 15, 1903 and 1906 for 14, 1835. 
See after 15, 1922b and 1932 for 14, 1837. 
See after 15, 1960, 1967 and 1969 for 14, 1838. 

May 6. CRAWFORD, Val[entine]. Jacobs Creek. To Wash 
ington. A. L. S. 14, 1840. 
May 6. RUSSELL, William. Fincastle County [Virginia]. 
Record of affidavit of Richard Stanton and 
others. A. D. S. 15, 1841. 

May 7. CRAWFORD, Valentine. Jacobs Creek. To Wash 
ington. A. L. S. 15, 1842. 

May 8. CRAWFORD, W[illiam]. To Washington. A. L. S. 

15, 1843. 

May 10. WASHINGTON. Mount Vernon. To Robert Mc- 

Mickan. A. L. S. (Record copy.) 15, 1844. 

May 13. CRAWFORD, Valentine. Gists. To Washington. 

A. L. S. 15, 1845. 

May 16. [RAMSAY, William, Robert ADAM, and CARLYLE 

& DALTONJ Alexandria, To [Washington and 
John West]. A. L. of Ramsay. 15, 1846. 

[1774, May 16] [RAMSAY, William, Robert ADAM and CARLYLE 
& DALTON.] Hints on the inspection law of 
fish. A. D. of Ramsay. 15, 1847. 

1774, May 16. [RAMSAY, William, Robert ADAM, and CARLYLE 
& DALTON.] Alexandria. To [Washington 
and John WEST. A. L. S. of Ramsay, signed 
also by Adam and Carlyle & Dal ton. 15, 1848 

May 17. ADAM, Robert. Alexandria. To Washington. 

A. L. S. 15, 1849. 

May 19. LUKE, John. Alexandria. To John West or George 

Washington. A. L. S. 15, 1850. 



WASHINGTON MANUSCRIPTS 107 

1774, May 19. CHAPMAN, Pearson. Petition to the House of 

Burgesses. A. D. S. 15, 1851. 

-May 20. SNICKEKS, Edward. To Washington. (Written 

and signed for Snickers). 15, 1852. 

May 21. FAIRFAX, Bryan. Alexandria. To [Washington]. 

A. L. S. 15, 1853. 

May 25. CRAWFORD, Valentine. Jacobs Creek. To Wash 

ington. A. L. S. 15, 1854. 

May 25. BOMFORD, Sarah. Dublin [Ireland]. To [Wash 

ington]. A. L. S. 15, 1855. 

May 27. PRESTON, William. Fincastle. To Washington. 

A. L. S. 15, 1856. 

May 28. . [CONNOLLY, John.] Fort Dunmore. To Washing 
ton. (Written for Connolly but unsigned.) 

15, 1857. 

May 31. EDEN, Thomas & Co. London. To Washington. 

A. L. S. 15, 1858. 

May 31. VIRGINIA, Convention. Circular letter. Broad 
side. 1 p. sm. 4. 15, 1859. 

June 1. WASHINGTON. Williamsburg. To Robert Cary & 

Co. A. L. S. (Record copy.) 15, 1860. 

June 1. WASHINGTON, Martha. Virginia. Inventory of 

funds in the Bank of England from the estate of 
Daniel Parke Custis. Con temp, copy by Wash 
ington. 15, 1860. 

Junel. WASHINGTON. Williamsburg. To Samuel 

Athawes. A. L. S. (Record copy.) 15, 1860. 

June 1. WASHINGTON. Williamsburg. To Osgood Han- 
bury & Co. A. L. S. (Record copy.) 

15, 1861. 
See also after 15, 1875 and 15, 1905 for 15, 1861. 

June 7. CONNOLLY, John. Fort Dunmore. To [Washing 
ton]. A. L. S. 15, 1862. 

June 8. CRAWFORD, William. Spring Garden. To Wash 
ington. A. L. S. 15, 1863. 

June 8. CRAWFORD, Valentine. Jacobs Creek. To Wash 
ington. A. L. S. 15, 1864. 

June 16. WASHINGTON. Williamsburg. To Edward 

Snickers. Contemp. copy. 14, 1834. 

June 27. NEWTON, Thomas, jr. Norfolk. To [Washing 
ton]. A. L. S. 15, 1866. 

June 28. JOHNSON, Thomas, jr. Annapolis. To Washing 
ton. A. L. S. 15,1867. 

July 3. FAIRFAX, Bryan. Towlston. To [Washington]. 

A. L. S. 15, 1868. 



108 LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

1774, July 17. FAIRFAX, Bryan. To Washington. A. L. S. 

15, 1869. 

July 18. FAIRFAX COUNTY, [Virginia]. Freeholders and 

inhabitants general meeting. Resolves. 

15, 1871. 

[1774, July 18.] [WASHINGTON.] Memorandum of subjects of 
the 13th to the 24th. Resolves [of Fairfax 
County]. A. D. 15, 1872. 

1774, July 25. CRAWFORD, Valentine. Notice of a runaway 
indentured servent convict belonging to Wash 
ington and offering a reward for same. Contemp. 
copy. 15, 1873. 

July 27. CRAWFORD, Valentine. Jacobs Creek. To Wash 
ington. A. L. S. 15, 1874. 

July. [WASHINGTON.] List of tithables in Truro parish, 

Fairfax County. List of tithables in Fairfax 
parish. List of lands in Northern Neck on 
which quitrents became due, Michaelmas, 
1772, with receipt for rent paid, July 20, 1773. 
A. D. 15, 1875. 

Aug. 4. WASHINGTON. Williamsburg. To Osgood Han- 

bury & Co. A. L. S. (Record copy.) 

15, 1861. 

-Aug. 5. FAIRFAX, Bryan. Towlston. To Washington. 
A. L. S. 15, 1876. 

Aug. 9. CHARLES COUNTY, [Maryland]. Committee of 

Correspondence. Port Tobacco. To the Com 
mittee of Correspondence of Fairfax County, 
Virginia. A. L. 15, 1878. 

- Aug. 15. PRESTON, William. Smithfield. To [Washing 
ton]. A. L. S. 15, 1879. 

-Aug. 20. SIMPSON, Gilbert. Fort Trial. Youghagahalay. 
To Washington. A. L. S. 15, 1880. 

-Aug. 28. W[ASHINGTO]N. To Mrs. [Sarah] Bomford. 
A. Df. S. 15, 1881. 

-Aug. 30. HERBERT, William. Alexandria. To Washing 
ton. A. L. S. 15, 1882. 

-Sept. 13. MACKENZIE, Robert. Boston. To [Washing 
ton]. A. L. S. 15, 1883. 

-Sept. 20. [CRAWFORD, William.] Stewart Crossing. To 
Washington. A. L. (Signature missing.) 

15, 1884. 

-Sept. 24. SIMPSON, Gilbert. Fort Trial. Yougagahalay. 
To Washington. A. L. S. 15, 1885. 



WASHINGTON MANUSCRIPTS 109 

1774, Oct. 1. CRAWFORD, Valentine. Fort Fincastle [now West 
Virginia]. To Washington. A. L. S. 15, 1886. 

- Oct. 9. WASHINGTON. Philadelphia. To Capt. Robert 

Mackenzie. Con temp. copy. 14, 1835. 

-Oct. 19. RAMSAY, William, Robert H. HARRISON and 
John FITZGERALD. Alexandria. To Wash 
ington. L. S. 15, 1887. 

- Oct. 24. HARRISON, Benjamin, Peyton RANDOLPH and 

Richard BLAND. Philadelphia. Authoriza 
tion to Washington. A. D. S. of Harrison, 
signed also by Randolph and Bland. 15, 1888. 

[1774, Oct. 26.] CONGRESS, Continental. Petition to the King. 
Con temp, copy by Washington. 15, 1889. 

1774-75, Oct. 26-May 3. [WASHINGTON.] Pocket daybook or 
cash memorandums. A. D. 1 v. 12. 33 pp. 
Marked: A. M. 

1774, Oct. 27. FAIRFAX, Bryan. Towlston. To [Washington]. 
A. L. S. 15, 1892. 

Oct. 31. STIRLING [William Alexander, Lord]. Baskin- 

ridge, N. J. To [Washington]. A. L. S. 

15, 1893. 

- Nov. 8. [ATHAWES, Samuel.] London. To Washington. 

A. L. S. of Joseph Beevers for Athawes. 

15, 1894 

- Nov. 8. MILNOR, William. Philadelphia. To [Washing 

ton]. A. L. S. 15, 1895. 

Nov. 9. SIMPSON, Gilbert. To Washington. A. L. S. 

15, 1896. 

-Nov. 11. PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY [Virginia]. Inde 
pendent Company of Cadets. Resolves. A. D. S. 
Evan Williams, Clk. 15, 1897. 

- Nov. 14. CRAWFORD, William. Stewarts Crossing. To 

[Washington]. A. L. S. 15, 1898. 
Nov. 14. BAKER, Frederick. Indentures of servants agree 
ments in return for passage to America. Printed 
forms filled out. (6 different indentures.) 

15, 1899-1902. 

-Nov. 29. MILNOR, William. Philadelphia. To [Washing 
ton]. A. L. S. 15, 1903. 
Nov. 30. MUSE, George. To Washington. A. L. S. 

15, 1904. 

- Dec. 9. ADAM, Robert. Alexandria. To Washington. A.L.S. 

15, 1905. 

Dec. 10. WASHINGTON. Mount Vernon. To Osgood Han- 
bury & Co. A. L. S. (Record copy.) 15, 1861. 



110 LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

1774, Dec. 10. WASHINGTON. Mount Vernon. To Robert Gary 

& Co. A. L. S. (Record copy.) 15, 1906. 

See also after 15, 1920 for 15, 1906 andafter lo, 1926 for 15, 1907. 

- Dec. 12. WASHINGTON. Mount Vernon. To James Mer 

cer. Contemp. copy. 14, 1835. 

- Dec. 12. MERCER, George and others. Indenture of land 

transfer to Washington of lands in Fairfax 
County. D.S. 15,1908. 

Dec. 18. SIMPSON, Gilbert. Youghagahalay. To Washing 
ton. A. L. S. 15, 1909. 

Dec. 21. NEWTON, Thomas, jr. Norfolk. To [Washington]. 

A. L. S. 15, 1910. 

Dec. 25. BALFOUR & BARRAUD. Little England. To 

[Washington]. A. L. S. 15, 1911. 

Dec. 27. MILNOR, William. Philadelphia. To [Washing 
ton]. A. L. S.. 15,1912. 

Dec. 27. GRAYSON, William. Dumfries. To Washington. 

A. L. S. 15, 1913. 

Dec. 28. STEWART, James. London. To Washington. 

A. L. S. 15, 1914. 

Dec. 29. CARLYLE, John. To [Washington]. A. L. S. 

15, 1915. 

1774. [WASHINGTON.] Diary. (In Virginia Almanac.) A. D. 

1 v. 12. M. 

1775, Jan. l^June 19. [WASHINGTON]. Diary. (In Virginia Al 

manac.) A. D. 1 v. 12. M. 

Jan. 3. MILNOR, William. Philadelphia. To [Washington] 

A. L. S. 15, 1917. 

- Jan. 4. BALFOUR & BARRAUD and George Washington. 

Agreement between. D. S. 15, 1918. 

Jan. 6. MUSE, George. Caroline. To Washington. Recent 

copy. 15, 1919. 

-Jan. 7. WASHINGTON. Mount Vernon. To Robert Mc- 

Michan. A. L. S. (Record copy.) 15, 1906. 

-Jan. 10. PENDLETON, Edmund. To [Washington]. A.L.S. 

15, 1920. 

- Jan. 13. WASHINGTON. Mount Vernon. To Col. John 

West. A.L.S. (Record copy.) 15,1906. 

- Jan. 17. JOHNSON, Thomas, jr. Annapolis. To Washing 

ton. A. L. S. 15, 1921. 

- Jan. 18. WASHINGTON. Mount Vernon. To Capt. Wil 

liam Bronaugh. Contemp. copy. 15,1922. 

Jan. 10. CLEVELAND, James. Articles of agreement with 

Washington. D. S. by Cleveland and Washing 
ton. 15, 1922a. 



WASHINGTON MANUSCRIPTS 111 

1775, Jan. 10. WASHINGTON. Instructions to James Cleveland. 

D. S. and A. D. S. 15, 1922b. 

-Jan. 23. WASHINGTON. Mount Vernon. To William Mil- 

nor. Contemp. copy. 14, 1837. 

- Jan. 24. JOHNSON, Thomas. Annapolis. To [Washington]. 

A. L. S. 15, 1923. 

- Jan. 26. SNICKERS, Edward. To Washington. A. L. S. 

15, 1924- 

Jan. 27. PRESTON, William. To Washington. A. L. S. 

15, 1925. 

-Jan. 31. PRESTON, William. Fincastle. To Washington. 
A. L. S. 15, 1926. 

- Jan. WASHINGTON. To Lord Stirling. A. L. S. (Record 

copy.) 15, 1907. 

- Feb. 3. MAGOWAN, Walter. St. James's. To [Washington]. 

A. L. S. 15, 1927. 

- Feb. 3. MAGOWAN, Walter. Order to John Gibson. A. D. S. 

15, 1928. 

- Feb. 4. ADAMS, Daniel J[enifer]. Port Tobacco. To [Wash 

ington]. A. L. S. 15, 1929. 

- Feb. 6. MASON, G[eorge]. Gunston Hall. To Washington. 

A. L. S. 15, 1930. 

- Feb. 6. SIMPSON, Gilbert. To [Washington]. A. L. S. 

15, 1932. 

- Feb. 7. WASHINGTON. Mount Vernon. To Col. Thomas 

Cresap. Contemp. copy. 14, 1837. 

- Feb. 7. CRAWFORD, William. To Washington. A. L. S. 

15, 1933. 

Feb. 8. GRAYSON, WiUiam. Dumfries. To Washington. 

A. L. S. 15, 1934. 

- Feb. 9. CONNOLLY, John. Winchester. To [Washington]. 

A. L. S. 15, 1935. 

- Feb. 13. CLEVELAND, James. To Washington. A. L. S. 

15, 1936. 

- Feb. 15. CLEVELAND, James. To Washington. A. L. S. 

15, 1938. 

- Feb. 16. GOODING, Jacob. Four Mile Run. To [Washing 

ton]. A. L. S. 15, 1939. 

- Feb. 16. SCOTT, James. Prince WiUiam. To [Washington]. 

A. L. S. 15, 1939a. 

- Feb. 17. COWAN, Alexander. Baltimore. To Washington. 

A. L. S. 15, 1940. 

- Feb. 17. MASON, George. Gunston Hall. To Washington. 

A. L. S. 15, 1941. 

- Feb. 18. MASON, George. Gunston Hall. To Washington. 

A. L. S. 15, 1942. 



112 LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

1775, Feb. 21. MILNOR, WiUiam. Philadelphia. To [Washing 
ton]. A. L. S. 15, 1943. 

[1775, Feb. 22.] TAYLOE, John. To [Washington]. Recent 
copy. 15, 1944. 

1775, Feb. 25. SKILLING, William. Articles of agreement with 
Washington. D. S. in ms. of and signed also 
by Washington. 15, 1944a. 

- Feb. 25. JOHNSON, Thomas, jr. Annapolis. To Washing 

ton. A. L. S. 15, 1945. 

- Feb. 26. AYLETT, William. King William. To Washing 

ton. A. L. S. 15, 1946. 

- Feb. 26. HARRISON, Robert H. Alexandria. To Washing 

ton. A. L. S. 15, 1947. 

[1775, Feb.?] FAIRFAX COUNTY, Virginia. Inhabitants. Asso 
ciation to raise militia. 15, 1948. 

1775, Mar. 2. FAIRFAX, G[eorge] Wplliam]. Newton [England] 
To [Washington.] A. L. S. 15, 1950. 

- Mar. 3. ATHAWES, Samuel. London. To Washington. 

A. L. S. (A duplicate, L. S. 15, 1951.) 

15, 1952. 

- Mar. 3. CARROLL, Charles, of Carrollton. Annapolis. To 

Washington. A. L. S. 15, 1953. 

Mar. 5. GRAY, George. Port Tobacco. To Washington. 

A. L. S. 15, 1954. 

- Mar. 5. MANDELL, Robert. Port Tobacco. To [Washing 

ton]. A. L. S. 15, 1955. 

- Mar. 6. WASHINGTON. Mount Vernon. To Col. William 

Aylett. A. L. S. (Record copy.) 15, 1907. 

- Mar. 6. WASHINGTON. Instructions for William Stevens. 

A. D. S. 15, 1955a. 

- Mar. 6. CRAWFORD, Wfilliam]. Stewart's Crossing. To 

[Washington]. A. L. S. 15, 1956. 

- Mar. 7. MILNOR, William. Philadelphia. To [Washing 

ton]. A. L. S. 15, 1957. 

- Mar. 8. WASHINGTON. Mount Vernon. To Daniel Jenifer. 

A. L. S. (Record copy.) 15, 1958. 

< Mar. 8. WASHINGTON. Mount Vernon. To Knox & 

Baillie. A. L. S. (Record copy.) (This same 
letter noted as sent also to Robert Mandell and 
George Gray.) 15, 1958. 

- Mar. 8. WASHINGTON. Mount Vernon. To William Han 

son. A. L. S. (Record copy.) 15, 1958. 

Mar. 8. WASHINGTON. Mount Vernon. To Daniel Jenifer 

Adams. A. L. S. (Record copy.) 15, 1958. 



WASHINGTON MANUSCRIPTS 113 

1775, Mar. 9. MASON, G[eorge]. Gunston Hall. To Washington. 
A. L. S. 15, 1959. 

- Mar. 9. MASON, G[eorge]. Gunston Hall. To Washington. 

A. L. S. 15, 1960. 

- Mar. 10. WASHINGTON. Mount Vernon. To Edward 

Snickers. Contemp. copy. 14, 1838. 

- Mar. 14. MACKENZIE, Robert. Norfolk. To [Washing 

ton]. 15, 1961. 

- Mar. 15. ADAMS, Daniel J. Port Tobacco. To Washington. 

A. L. S. 16, 1962. 

- Mar. 15. MASON, Thomson. Rasberry Plain. To [Wash 

ington]. A. L. S. 16, 1963. 

- Mar. 17. RICHMOND COUNTY, Virginia. Independent 

company of militia. To Washington. A. L. 

16, 1964. 

- Mar. 21. CRESAP, Thomas. Skipton. To [Washington]. 

A. L. S. 16, 1964a. 

- Mar. 23. CRAWFORD, Valentine. Mount Vernon. To 

Washington. A. L. S. 16, 1965. 

- Mar. 25. WASHINGTON. Richmond. To [John Augustine 

Washington]. A. L. S. 16, 1966. 

- Mar. 25. BALFOUR, James. Little England. To Washing 

ton. A. L. S. 16, 1967. 

- Mar. 27. WASHINGTON. Richmond. To Col. Andrew 

Lewis. Contemp. copy. 14, 1838. 

-Mar. 31. McCABE, Henry. Alexandria. To Washington. 

A. L. S. 16, 1968. 

-Mar. 31. SMITH, Alexander Hamilton. Frederick Town 

[Maryland]. To [Washington]. A. L. S. 

16, 1969. 

- Apr. 3. WASHINGTON. Mount Vernon. To Earl Dunmore. 

Contemp. copy. 14, 1838. 

- Apr. 3. STEPHENS, Dennis. Yaugh River. To Washing 

ton. A. L. S. 16, 1970. 

- Apr. 3. SIMPSON, Gilbert. Yough River. To Washington. 

A. L. S. 16, 1971. 

- Apr. 5. WASHINGTON. Mount Vernon. To Edward Mon 

tague. Contemp. copy. 16, 1972. 

- Apr. 5. WASHINGTON. Mount Vernon. To Col. George 

Mason. Contemp. copy. 16, 1973. 

See after 13, 1636 and 16, 1992 for 16, 1974. 

- Apr. 5. GRAYSON, William. Dumfries. To [Washington]. 

A. L. S. 16, 1976. 

- Apr. 6. SNICKERS, Edward. To Washington. A. L. S. 

16, 1977. 
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114 LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

1775, Apr. 7. DIGGES, George. Warburton [Maryland]. To Wash 
ington. A. L. S. 16, 1978. 

- Apr. 9. PRESTON, William, To Washington. A. L. S. 

16, 1979. 

- Apr. 10. CLEVELAND, James. Banks of the Yaughiogy. 

To [Washington]. A. L. S. 16, 1980. 

Apr. 11. CONTEE, Thomas. Georgetown [Maryland]. To 

Washington. A. L. S. 16, 1981. 

- Apr. 12. TAYLOR, James, jr. To [Washington]. A. L. S. 

16, 1982. 

- Apr. 12. NEWTON, Thomas, jr. Norfolk. To [Washington]. 

16, 1983. 

Apr. 18. DUNMORE [John Murray, Earl]. Williamsburg. 

To Washington. L. S. 16, 1981 

- Apr. 18. MILNOR, William. Philadelphia. To [Washing 

ton]. A. L. S. 16, 1985. 

- Apr. 21. PENDLETON, Edmund. To [Washington]. 

A. L. S. 16, 1986. 

- Apr. 24. WEEDON, George and others. Fredericksburg. To 

Capt. William Grayson. Con temp. copy. 

16, 1987. 

Apr. 25. YATES, Ch[arle]s. Fredericksburg. To Washing 
ton. A. L. S. 16, 1988. 

- Apr. 25. HENDRICKS, James, George GILPIN and Robert H. 

HARRISON. Alexandria. To Washington. 
A. L. S. of Harrison, signed also by Hendricks and 
Gilpin. 16, 1989. 

- Apr. 26. GRAYSON, William and Philip Richard Francis LEE. 

Dumfries. To [Washington]. A. L. S. of Gray- 
son, signed also by Lee. 16, 1990. 

- Apr. 26. MERCER, Hugh, and others. Fredericksburg. To 

Washington. A. L. S. of Mercer, signed also by 
three others. 16, 1991. 

- Apr. 29. LEWIS, Charles, George GILMER, and John MARKS. 

Charlottes ville. To [Washington]. 16, 1992. 

-Apr. 30. WASHINGTON. Mount Vernon. To Warner 

Lewis, Contemp. copy. 16, 1974. 

- Apr. 30. SPOTSWOOD, Alexander. To Washington. A. L. S. 

16, 1993. 
1775-84, May 3-Dec. 22. [WASHINGTON.] Pocket daybook or 

cash memorandums. A. D. (in part). 1 v. 

12. Marked: B. 32 pp. M. 

1775, May 12. [CLEVELAND, James.] Kanhawa at the great 

bend. To Washington. A. L. S. 16, 1994. 



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115 



1775, May 12. MASSACHUSETTS, Provincial Congress. Water- 
town. Resolve. A. D. S.: Jos. Warren. 

16, 1995. 

May 19. ARNOLD, Benedict. Crown Point. To the Cam 
bridge [Mass.] Committee of Safety. A. L. S. 

16, 1995a. 

May 19. PROCTOR, Jonas. Commission, as ensign in Col. 

Ephraim Doolittle's regiment, from the Provin 
cial Congress of Massachusetts. Printed form, 
filled in. D. S.: Jos. Warren. 16, 1996. 

-May 21. CLEVELAND, James. Kanhawa great bend. To 
Washington. A. L. S. 16, 1997. 

-June 2. HUTCHINSON, Thomas. London. To - ? Con- 
temp, copy. . 16, 1998. 

- June 6. SPAULDING, Levi. Commission, as captain in Col. 

James Reid's regiment, from the Provincial 
Congress of New Hampshire. Printed form, 
filled in. D. S.: Matthew Warrenton. 16,1999. 

June 7. CLEVELAND, James. Canhawa great bend. To 

[Washington]. A. L. S. 16, 2000. 

-[June 17.] [WASHINGTON.] An account of the killed and 

wounded in the Ministerial Army in the action 

on Bunker's Hill. A. D. 16, 2001. 

- [June 17.] [DUNLAP'S PENNSYLVANIA PACKET or 

the General Advertiser.] Page [of a July issue] 
giving the American loss at Bunker Hill. En 
dorsed on margin by Washington: "Return of 
the killed & Wounded of ye Provincials 17th 
June 1775 &ca." 16, 2002. 

Washington's commission as Commander-in-chief of all the forces 
raised or to be raised is dated June 19, 1775. 



INDEX. 



The references here given are to the position numbers of the original papers 
which are arranged in sequence. 



A. 

Accounts, Washington with Virginia, 9, 
1163. 

Adam, Robert, Alexandria merchant. 
Agreement with Washington, 10, 1323a; 
sundries purchased for Washington, 12, 
1515. Letters, 12, 1526; 14, 1736, 1778, 
1782, 1785, 1790; 15, 1846, 1848, 1849, 
1905. Letters to, 12, 1566; 14, 1804. 

Adams, Daniel Jenifer, Of Charles county, 
Maryland. Letters, 15, 1929; 16, 1962. 
Letter to, 15, 1958. 

Adams, D. Jenifer, of Jamaica, W. I. 
Letter to, 13, 1665. 

Adams, Jenifer, Sea captain. Letter to, 

13, 1612. 

Addenbrooke, Thomas, Letters, 12, 1573; 

14, 1720. 

Agreements, with Washington, 6, 782; 10, 
1320b, 1323a, 1324a; 12, 1494a, 1501a; 
13, 1659; 14, 1769a, 1784, 1799; 15, 1918: 
overseers or managers, 10, 1319a; 13, 
1667a; 14, 1799, 1816a; 15, 1922a, 1944a; 
servants, 10, 1258a, 1311a; 12, 1515a; 
13, 1663a; 14, 1799; 15, 1944a. 

Alexander, Robert, Letter, 11, 1443. 

Alexandria, Virginia, Independent com 
pany of militia, 7, 844; returns of 
troops, supplies, etc. at, 1, 69, 103; 
2, 131; 7, 844. 

Allen, Robert, 5, 673. 

America, indentured servants trans 
ported to, 14, 1762-66, 1770, 1784, 
1811-13; 15, 1899-1902. 

Ammunition, returns, Virginia colonial 
troops, 9, 1125. 

Anderson, Edward, Letter, 14, 1726. 
Letter to, 14, 1734. 

Annapolis, Maryland, Merchants. Let 
ters, 11, 1422, 1423. Letter to, 11, 1422. 

Armistead, William, Letter, 12, 1582. 

Arms, returns of Virginia colonial, 8, 1065. 



Arms and crest of the Washington Fam 

ily, 1, I- 
Armstrong, John, Colonel. Letters, 11, 

1390; 14, 1727, 1773. Letter to, 11, 

1379. 
Army, British, loss at Bunker Hill, 16, 

2001; rank of officers, 1, 87; returns, 9, 

1186. 
Army, Colonial, loss at Bunker Hill, 16, 

2002. 
Arnold, Benedict, Capt., Lexington Alarm. 

Letter, 16, 1995a. 

Artificers, Virginia colonial troops, 8, 956. 
Ashbey, Robert, account, 7, 921. 
Ashby, John, Capt., Virginia colonial 

rangers. Returns, 2, 183, 184, 248, 260. 

Letter, 3, 317. 

Ashmore, William, account, 7, 906. 
Askew, John, Joiner. Articles of agree 

ment with Washington, 10, 1258a, 



Athawes, Samuel, London merchant. 

Letters, 14, 1823; 15, 1894, 1952. Let 

ter to, 15, 1860. 
Atkin, Edmund, Supt., of Indian a/airs 

in the South. Indian goods delivered 

to, 5, 617. Letters, 5, 646; 6, 696. 
Attakulkulla (Little Carpenter) Cherokee 

chief. Speech, 10, 1310. 
Augusta, Virginia, detachment of troops 

sent to, 1, 63. 
Augusta County, Virginia, council of war 

at, 4, 447. 

Austin, John, account, 6, 807. 
Axes, 9, 1193. 
Aylett, John, Letter, 14, 1777. Letter to, 

14, 1777. 
Aylett, William, Letter, 15, 1946. Letter 

to, 15, 1907. 

B. 

Baggage, disbursements for Virginia 
colonial military, 8, 962. 

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INDEX 



Baker, Francis, Letters, 13, 1646; 14, 1819. 

Baker, Frederick, Sea captain. Inden 
tures of transported bond servants, 15, 
1899-1902. 

Baker, James, Lieut., First Virginia colo 
nial militia regiment, 6, 766; 7, 837; re 
turns, 2, 229; 4, 474. 

Baker, John, Captain. Letters, 5, 637; 
7, 886. 

Baker, Josias, Sergt., First Virginia colo 
nial militia regiment, 10, 1236. 

Baker, Robert, 7, 920. 

Balfour, James, Hampton, Virginia. Let 
ters, 13, 1601; 16, 1967. 

Balfour & Barraud, Norfolk, Virginia mer 
chants. Agreement with Washington, 
15, 1918. Letter, 15, 1911. 

Ball, Joseph, Letter, 1, 127. 

Ball, William, Letter, 5, 625. 

Ballendine, John, 10, 1272, 1273. Letters, 
10, 1274, 1291. 

Baltimore County, Maryland, civil and 
military officers of, 6, 704. 

Bank of England, Martha Washington's 
funds in, 15, 1860; order on, 10, 1265. 

Banks, Gerard, 5, 669. 

Barbadoes, West Indies, Washington's 
diary of his journey to, (1751), M. 

Basset, Thomas, Letter, 7, 894. 

Bassett, Burwell, Letters, 12, 1584, 1585; 
13, 1588, 1604. 

Bat money, Virginia colonial military 
disbursements, 8, 962. 

Bates, John, Letter to, 7, 917. 

Baylis, John, duel, 7, 853. Letter, 7, 854. 

Baylor, George, Letter, 3, 388a. 

Baylor, John, Letter, 5, 652. 

Baynes, John, expense account, 13, 1653. 
Letter, 13, 1638. 

Beall, Alexander, Capt., Maryland colo 
nial militia. Letter, 5, 648. 

Beef, return, 5, 677. 

Beevers, Joseph, Clerk to Samuel 
Athawes, 15, 1894. 

Belcher, Isham, certificate of enlistment, 
5, 671. 

Bell, David, Capt., First Virginia colonial 
militia regiment, returns, 2, 160; 3, 333, 
336, 340, 355, 376, 401; 4, 424, 467, 478, 
480, 496, 501. 

Big Sandy Creek. See Sandy Creek. 

Black, William, land title, 14, 1769. 
Letters, 14, 1760, 1827. Letters to, 14, 
1739, 1742, 1767a. 



Blagg, John, Lieut., First Virginia colonial 
militia regiment. Expense account, 5, 
588; promissory note, 4, 484; returns, 
2, 218. Letter, 7, 927. 

Blair, John, President of the Virginia 
council. Letters, 7, 852, 860, 877, 885, 
901, 904, 926, 937; 8, 953; 14, 1756, 
1757. Letters to, 7, 924, 925. 

Blakeman, Thomas, account, 7, 921. 

Bland, Richard, authorization to Wash 
ington, 15, 1888. Letters, 5, 575-6, 634. 

Bomford, Isaac, Letter to, 14, 1740. 

Bomford, Sarah (Mrs. Isaac), Letters, 14, 
1748; 15, 1855. Letters to, 13, 1627; 
14, 1740; 15, 1881. 

Books, ordered for John Parke Custis, 11, 
1432, 1723. 

Bosom worth, Abraham, Capt., Virginia 
colonial troops. Letters, 8, 997, 1004, 
1010, 1034, 1042; 9, 1083, 1106. 

Botetourt, Norbonne Berkeley, Lord, 
Letter to, 12, 1467. 

Botetourt County, Virginia, land grant in, 
13, 1647, 1649, 1650; 14, 1761. 

Boucher, Jonathan, Clergyman. Ac 
count against, 12, 1491, 1500, 1578. 
Letters, 11, 1407, 1410, 1411, 1431, 1462, 
1463; 12, 1478, 1479, 1492, 1508, 1516, 
1518, 1520, 1522; 13, 1594, 1595; 14, 
1722. Letters to, 11, 1461; 12, 1550, 
1564, 1567, 1576; 13, 1627, 1666. 

Bouquet, Henry, Col. 60th Foot, British 
Army, 9, 1086, 1193; answers to queries, 
8, 961. Letters, 8, 979, 988, 1007, 1012, 
1019, 1062, 1072; 9, 1085, 1094, 1098, 
1105, 1112, 1116, 1118, 1130, 1192. 

Bowdon, George, 10, 1299. 

Bowen, James, 7, 819. 

Boyd, Alexander, Paymaster, Virginia 
colonial troops, 9, 1119, 1163; 10, 1246; 
account with Washington, 9, 1145; 
memorandum, 10, 1235; (1757-'58, May 
19-Mar. 22), M; (1758, June 14-20), 
M; Letter, 7, 830. 

Braddock, Edward, Maj. Gen., British 
Army, defeat. See Monongahela, battle 
of; expedition against Fort Duquesne 
(Washington's orderly book, 1755, Feb. 
26-June 17), M; order of March 1, 107. 

Bradshaw & Davidson, London net, 
twine and line makers. Letter to, 13, 
1611. 

Braxton, Carter, 13, 1687. Letter to, 12, 
1510. 



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Brent, Robert, of Acquia Creek, Virginia. 
Letter, 14, 1796. 

Brent, William, deposition, 6, 722. 

Bretton, John, certificate of enlistment, 
6, 706. 

Brinker, Henry, account against Wash 
ington, 8, 1051. 

Brisco, , Physician. Letter to, 33, 

1643. 

Brockenbrough, Austin, Lieut., First Vir 
ginia colonial militia regiment. Re 
turns, 4, 473, 495, 505. 

Brockenbrough, William, Letter, 2, 153. 

Bronaugh, William, Capt., First Virginia 
colonial militia regiment. Returns, 3, 
337; 4, 425, 470, 478. Letter, 4, 545. 
Letter to, 15, 1922. 

Buckler, Benjamin, Carpenter. Agree 
ment with Washington, 12, 1515a. 

Buckner, Mordecai, Capt., First Virginia 
colonial militia regiment, 3,.366; 4, 481; 
6, 732, 786; return of stores, 2, 138. 

Buddicom, William, Sea captain, 11, 1350. 

Bullitt, Thomas. Maj., First Virginia 
colonial militia regiment, 7, 899, 900, 
906, 911; expense account, 7, 893; re 
turns, 1, 91; 6, 739, 789. Letters, 2, 
179; 5, 598, 606; 6, 778; 8, 946. Letter 
to, 7, 887. 

Bunker Hill, Massachusetts, battle of, 
American losses at, 16, 2002; British 
losses at, 16, 2001. 

Burbridge, J., Letter, 12, 1581. 

Burnaby, Andrew, Clergyman. Letters, 
10, 1269, 1285, 1301; 11, 1334, 1338. 

Butcher, Samuel, account, 7, 893; re 
ceipt, 7, 935; 8, 944. 

Byrd, William, Col., 2d Virginia colonial 
militia regiment, returns, 8, 1009, 1024, 
1046; 9, 1080, 1088, 1091, 1099. Let 
ters, 2,231; 4,419. Letter to, 8, 1026. 



C. 



Caldwell, William, certificate respecting, 

5,659. 
Calliaux, Charles, Sergt., First Virginia 

colonial militia regiment. Pay, 9, 1087. 
Galloway, William, Letter, 7, 937. 
Calvert, Benedict, Letters, 13, 1683; 14, 

1729. Letter to, 13, 1682. 
Cambridge, Massachusetts, Committee of 

Safety, Letter to, 16, 1995a. 
Campbell, Colin, 12, 1574. 
Campbell, Daniel, Letter, 1, 40. 



Campbell, John, Lieut., First Virginia 
colonial militia regiment, 7, 911, 923, 
929; court of inquiry on, 5, 636; returns, 
4, 462, 465, 480, 498, 503, 537; 6, 786. 
Letter, 4, 544. 

Campbell, Matthew, Alexandria merchant. 
Letter to, 13, 1617. 

Campbell, Thomas & Co., Annapolis mer 
chants. Account against John Parke 
Custis, 12, 1574. 

Captain Jack, Tuscarora Indian chief. 
Washington's speech to, 4, 460. 

Captain Johnny, Catawba Indian chief. 
Washington's speech to, 5, 577. 

Capteening [Ohio?], plat of land on, 12, 
1589. 

Carlisle, Pennsylvania, distances to Fort 
Pitt, 10, 1214. 

Carlyle, John, Major, First Virginia colo 
nial militia regiment, 6, 722; agreement 
with Washington, 10, 1323a; returns, 2, 
131. Letters, 1, 34, 41; 2, 176, 261; 5, 
552, 590; 8, 1018, 1053, 1073, 1081, 1101, 
1122; 10, 1270; 12, 1468; 13, 1613, 1701; 
15, 1915. 

Carlyle, Sarah, Letter, 1, 34. 

Carlyle & Adam, Alexandria merchants. 
Letter to, 11, 1366. 

Carlyle & Dalton, Alexandria merchants. 
Receipt, 7, 883. Letters, 15, 1846, 1848- 

Carpenters, overseer for, 13, 1667a. 

Carr, William. Letter, 12, 1504. 

Carriages, Washington's, 10, 1321; 11, 
1340, 1354, 1359. 

Carroll, Charles of Carrollton, Letter, 15, 
1953. 

Carroll, Daniel, of Rock Creek, Letter, 
14, 1732. 

Carroll, John, court of inquiry on, 5, 628. 

Carter, Charles, Letters, 1, 32; 3, 324, 329. 

Carter, Landon, Letters, 2, 149, 166; 3, 
289, 323, 334. 

Cary, Archibald, Letter, 5, 670. 

Gary, Robert & Co., London merchants. 
Invoices of goods ordered from, 11, 
1403, 1421, 1432, 1433, 1451, 1452, 1454; 

12, 1483, 1484, 1515, 1554, 1555, 1556; 

13, 1609, 1611, 1612; 14, 1713, 1714, 
1715, 1717, 1723; invoices of goods 
shipped to Washington, 11, 1362, 1363, 
1364, 1368, 1370, 1371, 1382, 1383, 1384, 
1387, 1388, 1389, 1421; 12, 1511; 13, 
1617, 1633, 1635, 1673. Letters, 14, 
1793. Letters to, 11, 1368, 1369, 1391, 



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INDEX 



1392, 1395, 1400, 1406, 1428, 1444; 12, 
1482, 1495, 1553, 1556, 1571; 13, 1609, 
1617, 1639, 1682; 14, 1713, 1715, 1716, 
1717, 1723, 1758; 15, 1860, 1906. 

Cash books (Washington's), 1774-75, Oct. 
26-May 3 and 1775-'84, May 3-Dec. 22 
M. 

Catawba Indians see Indians, tribes. 

Cater, John, 7, 929. 

Cattle, return of, 6, 757. 

Champe, John, Letter, 2, 186; Letter to, 
2, 155. 

Chapman, Pearson, petition, 15, 1851. 

Charles City, Virginia, drafted militia, 3, 
371. 

Charles County, Maryland, Committee of 
Correspondence, Letter, 15, 1878. 

Charlton, Edward, Williamsburg merchant. 
Letter, 13, 1699. 

Charter, , Ensign, First Virginia colo 
nial militia regiment. Returns, 1, 98. 

Cherokee Indians see Indians, tribes. 

Chester, Peter, Governor of West Florida. 
Letter to, 13, 1681. 

Cheston, James, assignment, 14, 1770. 

Chew, Coleby, Lieut., First Virginia colo 
nial militia regiment, 6, 793; journal 
9, 1096-7. Letter, 9, 1100. 

Chew, Joseph, 6, 718; account of massacre 
at Fort William Henry, 6, 720. Let 
ters, 3, 294; 5, 601; 6, 720; 7, 863, 923; 
8, 942, 1023, 1058; 9, 1104, 1140, 1173; 
14, 1809. 

Choat, Christopher, account of Indian at 
tack, 7, 918. 

Claiborne's, Washington's plantation at, 
12, 1586. 

Cleveland, James. Overseer, Washington's 
Ohio lands. Agreement with Washing 
ton, 15, 1922a; instructions to, 15, 1922b. 
Letters, 15, 1936, 1938; 16, 1980, 1994, 
1997, 2000. 

Cobbs, Samuel, Letter, 3, 383. 

Cock's Fort see Fort Cock. 

Cocke, Thomas, Capt., First Virginia 
colonial militia regiment. Journal, 1, 
130; returns, 3, 288, 292, 407; 4, 426, 
436, 468, 481, 498, 508. 

Cocks, William, Capt., Virginia rangers, 
colonial militia. Receipt, 1, 100; re 
turns, 2, 182, 248; 4, 415. 

Cofneld, George, deposition, 8, 943. 

Coldclough, Alexander, Baltimore mer 
chant, 13, 1607. 



Coldough, William, account, 7, 893, 911. 

Cole River, land grant on, 231, 31061. 

Coleman, Richard, account, 7, 895. 

Collins, Joseph, Letter, 7, 917. 

Colston, , Letter to, 12, 1471. 

Colville, Thomas, extract of will, 13, 1602. 

Combs, Joseph, account, 7, 921. 

Congress, Continental (First), petition 
to the King, 15, 1889. 

Connolly, John, Physician. Letters, 13, 
1626, 1703; 14, 1730, 1772, 1786, 1830; 
15, 1857, 1862, 1935. 

Contee, Thomas, Letter, 16, 1981. 

Cooke, William, account, 7, 914. 

Cooper, Myles, Clergyman, President of 
Kings College. Letters, 11, 1461; 13, 
1707; 14, 1737, 1781, 1788. Letters to, 
13, 1707; 14, 1740, 1747. 

Councils of War, Virginia colonial troops, 
in Augusta County, 4, 447; at Gist's, 1, 
39; at Fort Harness, 4, 466; at Fort 
Loudoun, 7, 891. 

Courts martial, Virginia colonial troops, 
5, 626, 651; 6, 701; 9, 1168; authority 
to hold, 3, 309; warrants for, 5, 619; 6, 
693. 

Courts of Inquiry, Virginia colonial 
troops, 2, 258, 259, 263; 5, 628, 636; 9, 
1138, 1165. 

Cowan, Alexander, Letter, 15, 1940. 

Cowan, David, Gardener. Agreement 
with Washington, 13, 1663a. 

Cox, John, jr., 6, 699. 

Craig, Archibald, 7, 816. 

Craik, James, Surgeon, First Virginia 
colonial militia regiment. Land, 12, 
1534. Letters, 7, 824; 9, 1208. 

Crawford, John, Lieut., First Virginia 
colonial militia regiment, 7, 914, 929, 
933, 935; 8, 943, 944. 

Crawford, Valentine, Manager of Wash 
ington's Ohio lands. Advertisement 
for a runaway, 15, 1874; agreement 
with Washington, 14, 1816a; instruc 
tions to, 14, 1819a; receipt, 7, 935. 
Letters, 14, 1828, 1840; 15, 1842, 1845, 
1854, 1864, 1874, 1886, 1965. 

Crawford, William, Surveyor of soldiers' 
lands under the Dunmore proclamation. 
Surveys, 12, 1525, 1528, 1529, 1530, 
1531, 1535, 1536, 1537, 1538, 1539, 1541, 
1544, 1545, 1546; 13, 1658. Letters, 4, 
544; 6, 778; 11, 1385, 1414, 1450; 12, 
1503, 1557; 13, 1596, 1599, 1642; 14, 



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1759, 1775, 1780, 1783; 15, 1843, 1863, 
1884, 1898, 1933, 1956. Letters to, 11, 
1378; 12, 1469, 1472, 1517, 1519; 13, 
1677, 1678. 

Crenshaw, Joseph, certificate of enlist 
ment, 6, 700. 

Cresap, Michael, Letter to, 14, 1739. 

Cresap, Thomas,. Letter, 16, 1964a: Let 
ter to, 14, 1837. 

Crittenden, Abraham, receipt, 2, 184. 

Croghan, George, Indian agent. Letter, 
12, 1558. Letters to, 12, 1472, 1468. 

Crosbies & Trafford, Liverpool merchants. 
Account of tobacco sales, 11, 1349; 
invoice of merchandize, 11, 1348. Let 
ters, 10, 1299; 11, 1351. 

Culpeper County, Virginia, list of militia, 
5, 665, 666. 

Cuninghame, James, Letter, 6, 780. 

Cunningham, James, Letter, 5, 599. 

Cunningham, Walter, Lieut., First Vir 
ginia colonial militia regiment. Court 
of inquiry on, 9, 1165. 

Custis, Daniel Parke, estate, funds in 
Bank of England, 15, 1860. 

Custis, Eleanore Parke, articles for, 11, 
1371. 

Custis, John, will, 1, 17. Letter to, 1, 20. 

Custis, John Parke, account against, 11, 
1435; 12, 1491, 1552, 1574, 1575, 1577; 
books ordered for, 11, 1432, 1723; goods 
for, 11, 1363, 1364, 1-371, 1389, 1403, 
1421, 1432, 1433, 1452, 1454; 12, 1484, 

1513, 1515, 1555, 1556; 13, 1611, 1617, 
1635, 1673; 14, 1511; wash bill, 12, 
1500. Letters, 12, 1493, 1559, 1710, 
1711, 1797. 

Custis, Martha Parke, goods for, 11, 1364, 
1389, 1404, 1432, 1452, 1454; 12, 1484, 

1514, 1556; 13, 1635; shoes for, 13, 1673. 

D. 

Dagworthy, John, Capt., Maryland colo 
nial militia, 5, 677; orders, 2, 190; re 
turns, 5, 677; 8, 1002. Letters, 5, 639, 
641, 680. 

Daingerfield, William, Ensign, First 
Virginia colonial militia regiment, 4, 
473, 495, 505, 535; 6, 760. 

Dalton, John, Alexandria merchant. Let 
ter to, 13, 1669. See also Carlyle & 
Dalton. 

Dalton, Timothy, deposition, 7, 920. 



Dandridge, Bartholomew, 14, 1769. Let 
ters, 12, 1579; 14, 1776, 1791, 1820; 15, 
1583. 
Dandridge, Frances (Mrs.), goods shipped 

to, 11, 1368. 
Dandridge, William, Letter, 12, 1580. 

Letter to, 10, 1320. 

Davenport, Joseph, Overseer at Claiborne's. 

List of Washington's negroes and stock, 

12, 1586. Letter, 10, 1313; 11, 1355; 

12, 1586; 13, 1640. 

Davidson, James, Seinemaker, London. 

Letter, 13, 1632. Letter to, 14, 1715. 
Davis, Benjamin, 6, 787. 
Davis, David, certificate of enlistment, 

5, 673. 

Davis, Richard, affidavit, 5, 614. 
Dayly, John, certificate of enlistment, 6, 

688. 

Deane, John, Ensign, First Virginia col 
onial militia regiment. Returns, 4, 478, 
480, 496, 501. 

DeBerdt, Dennis, jr., Letter, 11, 1453. 
DeBerdt, Lee & Sayre, London merchants. 

Letter, 11, 1453. 
Defever, John, instructions to, 1, 115; 

returns of stores, 2, 137, 162; 4, 437. 
De Keyser, Lehaynsius, Ensign, First 
Virginia colonial militia regiment, court 
of inquiry on, 2, 259. 
Denny, William, Lt. Gov. of Pennsyl 
vania. Letters, 5, 678; 6, 777. Letter 
to, 6, 762. 

Desertion, Virginia act, 10, 1251. 
Diaries, Washington's, for years of 1747; 
1751; 1760, Jan. 1-May 22; 1761; 1763; 
1764; 1765; 1766; 1767; 1768; 1769; 1770; 
1771; 1772; 1773; 1774;' 1775, Jan. 1- 
June 19. 

Dick, Charles, Commissary, Virginia 

colonial militia. Returns, 4, 523, 527; 

account, 4, 420; agreement with 

Andrew Shepherd, 2, 141 ; list of Indian 

goods, 2,134; receipts, 2, 144, 201; 3, 

298. Letters, 1, 128; 8, 1054. 

Didsbury, John, London bootmaker. 

Letters to, 11, 1370, 1403; 12, 1554; 13, 

1611; 14,1715. 

Digges, George, of Maryland. Letter, 16, 

1978. 

Dinwiddie, Robert, Lt. Gov. of Virginia. 
Articles of agreement with William 
Ramsay, 6, 782; authority to Washing- 



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ton to convene courts martial, 3, 309; 
death warrant form in blank, issued by, 

3, 348; instructions to Washington, 1, 
117; 5, 620; memorandum, 1, 118; 
warrant to convene courts-martial, 6, 

693. Letters, 1, 37, 65, 66,77; 2,178, 
232, 267; 3, 310, 315, 325, 328, 331, 344, 
347, 372, 384, 387, 394, 412; 4, 423, 488, 
490, 522, 528, 539; 5, 549, 555, 556, 
560, 592, 594, 610, 611, 621, 624, 633, 
640, 666; 6, 683, 690, 719, 742, 744, 759, 
783, 798; 7, 809, 815, 817. Letters to, 
1, 112; 3, 304. 

Dismal Swamp, Washington's memoranda 
on, diary for 1764, M. ' . 

Dodd, William, receipt, 16, 1996. 

Donville, , Ensign, French Army in 

America. Instructions to, 3, 299. 

Doolittle, Ephraim, Col., Massachusetts 
regiment, 16, 1996. 

Dumas, . French commander of Fort 

Duquesne. Instructions, 3, 299. 

Duncanson, James, Ensign, First Vir 
ginia co lonial militia regimen t . Return , 

4, 482. 

Duncanson, Robert. Letter, 2, 249. 

Dunlap, John, Printer, 16, 2002. 

Dunmore, John Murray, Earl of, Governor 
of Virginia. Land grants, 13, 1647; 14, 
1761; warrant for land survey, 231, 
13061. Letters, 14, 1709; 16, 1984. 
Letters to, 12, 1470; 13, 1629, 1676; 14, 
1838; 16, 1974. 

Dunnahoe, John, certificate of enlistment. 

5, 673. 

E. 

Earle, Samuel, account, 7, 914. 

Eden, Thomas, London merchant. Letter 

to, 14, 1723. 
Eden, Thomas & Co. London merchants. 

Letters, 14, 1795; 15, 1858. 
Edwards, Benjamin, receipts, 7, 929. 
Edwards, Joseph, 3, 319; certificate of 

enlistment, 5, 667. 
Edwards, William, Governor of West 

Florida. Letter to, 13, 1681. 

Edwards, , affair with Wilper, 5, 628. 

Elections, Virginia, 1, 24; 2, 226; 8, 1047, 

1050, 1051, 1052; 10, 1253, 1266-68, 

1302; 11, 1344. 
Ellzey, William, of Dumfries, Virginia. 

Letter to, 11, 1438. 
Everard, Thomas, Letter, 13, 1621. 
Eyre, Littleton, of Northampton County, 

Virginia. Receipt, 2, 196. Letter, 11, 

1339. 



F. 

Fairfax, Bryan, Capt., First Virginia 
colonial militia regiment. Return of 
detachment under, 5, 579. Letters, 1, 
36; 9, 1152; 11, 1408, 1409; 12, 1475, 
1502, 1506, 1509; 13, 1598, 1608, 1615, 
1641, 1663; 15, 1853, 1868, 1869, 1876, 
1892. Letter to, 12, 1502. 

Fairfax, George William, Letters, 3, 
350; 6, 781; 7, 829; 15, 1950; 11, 1459; 
13, 1672. Letter to, 11, 1356. 

Fairfax, Thomas, Lord, Letter, 11, 1426. 
Letter to, 13, 1643. 

Fairfax, William, Letters, 1, 47, 59, 73, 
109, 114; 2, 180; 3, 314, 327, 345, 351, 
357, 363, 411; 4, 422, 440; 4, 471, 515, 
518; 5, 591, 605, 607, 618, 643, 650, 663 ? 
674; 6, 689, 695, 717; 8, 1055, 1079; 
9, 1120, 1121, 1153. 

Fairfax, William Henry, Letter, 7, 832. 

Fairfax County, Virginia, Committee of 
correspondence, Letter to. 15, 1878; 
election of Burgesses, 11, 1344; inhabi 
tants association to raise militia, 15, 
1948; inhabitants resolves, 15, 1872; 
inhabitants' signatures to non-importa 
tion agreement, 12, 1485; land sold to 
Washington, 15, 1908; militia roll, .5, 
579; poll of voters, 1, 24; 2, 226; Wash 
ington's lands in, 2, 222; 10, 1314, 1315, 
1321; 11, 1340, 1354, 1359; Washington's 
tithablesin, 10, 1306, 1314, 1315, 1321; 
11, 1340, 1346, 1347, 1354, 1359, 1386, 
1412, 1439; 12, 1499; 13, 1697; 15, 1875. 

Fairfax Parish, Fairfax County, Virginia, 
Washington's tithables in, 10, 1306, 
1314, 1315, 1321; 11, 1340, 1346, 1347, 
1354, 1359, 1386, 1412, 1439; 12, 1499; 
13, 1697; 15, 1875. 

Fauntleroy, Moore, 3, 368. 

Fauquier, Francis, Lt. Gov. of Virginia. 
Addresses to, 9, 1161, 1162; 10, 1327; 
speech, 9, 1151. Letters, 8, 974, 1032; 
9, 1159, 1160, 1203; 10, 1249. 

Felons, transportation to America, as in 
dentured servants, 14, 1770, 1811-13. 

Fent, Joseph, Sergt., First Virginia colo 
nial militia regiment. 4, 535. 

Field, John, Capt., Virginia colonial 
troops. Receipt, 8, 963. 

Fincastle County, Virginia, land grant in, 
13, 1648; land survey in, 14, 1825. 

Finnic, Alexander, promissory note to, 
4, 484. 

Fish, inspection law, 15, 1847. 



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123 



Fitzgerald, John, Letter, 15, 1887. 

Fitzhugh, William, Letter, 1, 86. 

Fleming, William, Ensign, First Vir 
ginia colonial militia regiment. Re 
turns, 2, 208, 223, 240, 248, 262, 269; 3, 
274, 308, 312, 321, 326, 343, 349, 358, 
365, 385, 389, 393, 413; 4, 421, 439, 448. 
Letters, 2, 205; 6, 778. 

Forage, Virginia colonial disbursements, 
8, 962. 

Forbes, John, Brig, gen., British army in 
America, comdr-in-chief in the Southern 
Provinces. Expedition against Fort 
Duquesne, 9, 1193; orderly book, (1758, 
Sep-Nov.) M; warrant, 9, 1168; return 
of force under his command, 9, 1186. 
Letter, 9, 1156. 

Fort Cock, Virginia, state of, 4, 439. 

Fort Cumberland, Maryland, ammuni 
tion at, 9, 1125; commanding officer of 
Virginia forces, letter to, 3, 296; court 
of inquiry at, 2, 263; Indian goods at, 
2, 134; instructions respecting artillery 
stores at, 1, 115; provisions at, 9, 1108, 
1155; returns of provisions, stores, sup 
plies and troops at, 2, 136, 137, 138, 143, 
152, 244; 3, 366; 4, 416, 437, 474, 475, 
493, 495, 509, 523; 5, 559, 585, 569, 600, 
613; 6, 757; 8, 992, 993, 994, 1001, 1002, 
1003, 1009, 1037; 9, 1157, 1158; Wash 
ington's plans of, 5, 566-72; Washing 
ton's regiment at, 5, 600. 

Fort Duquesne, Pennsylvania, Maj. 
Grant's losses near, 9, 1149; orderly 
book of Forbes' expedition against, 
(1758, Sep. 21-Nov. 24) M; Washing 
ton's record of Braddock's orders on 
expedition against, (1755, Feb. 26- 
June 17), M. 

Fort Harness, Virginia, council of war at, 

4, 466. 

Fort Hopewell, Virginia, returns of sup 
plies and troops at, 6, 749, 772, 797; 7, 
848, 856, 870, 873, 876, 879, 882. 

Fort Innes, Virginia, plan of, 5, 573. 

Fort Loudoun, Virginia, arms at, 8, 1065; 
building of, 3, 297; courts of inquiry at, 

5, 628, 636; courts martial at, 5,626, 
651; 6, 701; returns of troops, supplies, 
etc. at, 5, 580; 6, 697, 709, 746, 785, 786, 
801; 7, 855, 932, 939; troops at, 8, 989, 
1006, 1021, 1029, 1060, 1076; 9, 1117, 
1182; Washington's plans of, 5, 566- 
572. 



Fort Lyttleton, Pennsylvania, return of 
stores at, 4, 535. 

Fort Patterson, Pennsylvania, return of 
provisions at, 4, 534; 6, 749; 7, 862. 

Fort Pearsall (Pearsall's Fort), Virginia, 
invalids at, 9, 1137; provisions at, 8, 
985; troops at, 8, 982; returns of sup 
plies, etc. at, 1, 123; 6, 716, 746. 

Fort Pitt, Pennsylvania, distances to 
Carlisle, 10, 1214; distances to the 
mouth of the Mississippi, 10, 1245. 

Fort Vass (Vause, Voss's, Vose's) 5, 658; 
inventory of stores at, 1, 93; military 
supplies at, 3, 92; receipt for pay of 
men for building, 4, 533; tools for 
building, 1, 91. 

Fort Washington, Virginia, returns of 
troops, supplies, etc., 4, 496, 501. 

Fort William Henry, New York, account 
of massacre, 6, 720. 

Fort Young, Virginia, list of stores at, 7, 
865. 

Forts, Virginia frontier, construction ex 
pense, 5, 582. 

Fowler, George, Letter, 14, 1829. 

Franklin, Sampson, 7, 908, 914. 

Franks David, receipts, 8, 977. Letter, 
8, 980. 

Frazer, George, Lieut., First Virginia colo 
nial militia. Receipt, 1, 129. 

Frazer, John G. Letter, 13, 1679. 

Frazier, Joshua, account against Jonathan 
Boucher and John Parke Custis, 12, 
1491. 

Frederick County, Virginia, poll of voters, 
8, 1047; 10, 1253, 1266-68, 1302. 

Fredericksburg, Virginia, 7, 843. 

Freeholders, Fairfax County, 11, 1343; 
15, 1871. 

Fry, John, Heir to Capt. Joshua Fry, 
Land on Sandy Creek, 13, 1590; land 
patent to, 13, 1654, 1655, 1656. 

Fry, Joshua, Capt., First Virginia colo 
nial militia regiment, heir of, 13, 1654, 
1655 see also Fry, John. 

Fry, Samuel, Ensign, Virginia colonial 
troops. Letter to, 8, 950. 

Funk, John, account against Washington, 
8, 1050. 

Furnis, James, instructions, 1, 115. 

G. 

Gaddes, Alexander, deposition, 6, 721. 
Gage, Thomas, Col., 44th Foot, British 
Army. Letters, 3, 353; 4,446; 6,779. 



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Gaines, Harry, list of drafted militia, 3, 
371, 373. 

Galbraith, Joseph, Deputy commissary, 
Virginia colonial troops. Returns, -8, 
985, 1001, 1037; 9, 1108, 1155. 

Gardener, agreement with Washington, 

13, 1663a. 

Gassaway, Henry, of Maryland, account 
against John Parke Custis, 12, 1577; 
account against Jonathan Boucher, 12, 
1578. 

Gay, Ruxton, 5, 614; 6, 731. 

Gibson, John, Colchester, Virginia mer 
chant, order to, 15, 1928. 

Gibson, Thomas, London tailor. Letters 
to, 13, 1610; 14, 1714. 

Gildart, James, Liverpool merchant. Let 
ters to, 11, 1392, 1404; 12, 1553, 1571; 

14, 1723. 

Gillespie, "Robert, 7, 820. 

Gilmer, George, Letter, 16, 1992. 

Gilpin, George, Letter, 16, 1989. 

Gist, Christopher, Capt., First Virginia 
colonial militia regiment. Plantation, 1, 
39; returns, 1, 98; 3, 305, 306, 339,378, 
381, 402, 409; 4, 427, 453, 454, 462, 465, 
479, 497, 501. Letters, 2, 170, 188, 204; 
4, 450, 544; 7, 859; 8, 1030; 9, 1128. 

Gist, Nathaniel, Lieut., First Virginia 
colonial militia regiment. 7, 881; re 
turns, 4, 462, 464. 

Gist, Samuel, London merchant. Letter, 
11, 1429. 

Givin, Peter, certificate of enlistment, 5, 
673. 

Glascock, Thomas, letter, 14, 1728. 

Glen, James, Former Governor of South 
Carolina. Letter, 8, 1026. 

Gloucester County, Virginia, list of 
drafted men, 10, 1244. 

Goahghan, Briant, certificate of enlist 
ment, 5, 673. 

Godfrey, Anthony, certificate of enlist 
ment, 5, 673. 

Gollatt, Peter, Blacksmith, agreement with 
Washington, 11, 1460. 

Gooding, Jacob, Letter, 15, 1939. 

Graham, John, Letter, 10, 1260. 

Grant, James, Major, Highland regiment, 
British Army in America. Reconnois- 
sance, losses, 9, 1149, 1150. 

Gray, George, Port Tobacco, Maryland, 
merchant. Letter, 15, 1954. Letter to, 
15, 1958. 



Grayson, William, Letters, 12, 1496; 15, 
1913, 1934; 16, 1976, 1990. Letter to, 
16, 1987. 

Great Britain, Crown, orders for settling 
rank of regular and provincial officers. 
1, 87. petition of Continental Cougress 
to, 15, 1889; ParlimentActfordutyon 
tea, etc., ]2, 1484. 

Great Kanhawa River see Kanhawa 
River. 

Great Meadows, battle of, roll of Virginia 
officers and soldiers before the, 1, 45, 57. 

Guards, returns, 9, 1166, 1167, 1171, 1172, 
1184. 

Gubner, Dommicus, Blacksmith, agree 
ment with Washington, 12, 1494a. 

Grimitt, Robert, affidavit, 10, 1272. 

Grindstoff, Aaron, deposition, 8, 943. 

H. 

Halkett, Francis, Brigade major to Gen. 
Forbes. Letters, 7, 903; 8, 976, 1069. 

Hall, David, Letter, 6, 747. 

Hall, John, Lieut., First Virginia colo 
nial militia regiment, 4, 474, 495, 502. 
Letters 5, 632, 676; 7, 835, 864; 9, 1209. 

Halloway, James, certificate of enlist 
ment, 5, 656. 

Halloway, John, certificate of enlistment, 
5, 657. 

Hamilton, John, Quartermaster, First Vir 
ginia colonial militia regiment, returns, 
4, 444; 5, 616, 617. 

Hanbury & Co., London merchants. Let 
ter to, 12, 1553. 

Hanbury, Capel & Osgood, London mer 
chants. Letters to, 11, 1378, 1391, 1412, 
1433. 

Hanbury, Osgood & Co., London mer 
chants. Letters to, 12, 1571; 14, 1723. 
1768; 15, 1861. 

Hanson, William, of Charles County, Mary 
land. Letter to, 15, 1958. 

Harden, Edward, receipt, 7, 929. 

Hardwick, Christopher, agreement with 
Washington, 10, 1324a; receipt, 9, 1205. 
Letters, 8, 1011, 1071; 9,1111,1126; 10, 

1280, 1286. 
Harrison, Benjamin, authorization to 

Washington, 15, 1888. 
Harrison, Carter, Capt., First Virginia 

colonial militia regiment, receipt, 1, 125. 
Harrison, Henry, Capt., First Virginia 

colonial militia regiment. Certificate, 



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3, 332; returns, 4, 428, 474, 495, 502. 
Letter, 4, 545. 

Harrison, Robert Hanson, Letters, 11 
1464; 13, 1591, 1668; 14, 1733, 1735; 15, 
1887, 1947; 16, 1989. Letter to, 11, 
1438. 

Hawkins, Pinkney. Letter, 7, 925. 

Hay wood, Martha, will, 1, 13. 

Heard, Sir Isaac, Washington's pedigree, 
1,6. 

Hendricks, James, Letter, 16, 1989. 

Herbert, William, Letter, 15, 1882. 

Heth, Henry, account against Washing 
ton, 8, 1050. 

Hill, Henry, Philadelphia merchant. Let 
ter, 13, 1701. 

Hill, James, Overseer, John Parke Custis' 
plantation on York river, 13, 1617; goods 
shipped to, 13, 1673; 14, 1715. Letters, 
12, 1568; 13, 1605, 1614, 1622, 1645, 1662, 
1667, 1700, 1707; 14, 1708, 1719. 

Hill, Lamar & Hill, Madeira merchants. 
Letters, 10, 1278, 1318. 

Hite, John, 6, 784; account against Wash 
ington, 8, 1052. Letter, 8, 991. 

Hite, Joseph, Letter, 8, 983. 

Hix, Joseph, certificate of enlistment^ 6, 
700. 

Hog, Peter, Capt., First Virginia colonial 
militia regiment, 1, 48, 49, 91, 92; 2, 146, 
147, 156, 158, 165, 168, 191, 208, 223, 
240, 248, 262, 269; 3, 274, 279, 308, 312, 
321, 326, 342, 349, 358, 365, 385, 389, 
393, 413; 4, 421, 439, 448, 509, 553; 5, 
584; 6, 789; accounts, 2, 257; 5, 561, 582, 
595; arrears due men of his company, 
10, 1236; estimate of provisions for his 
company, 2, 195; returns, 6, 739. Let 
ters, 2, 142, 164, 167, 189, 206, 212, 235; 
3, 273, 285, 307, 358, 392, 399; 5, 553; 
14, 1767. 

Holgamote, Joseph, Letter, 8, 969. 

Holingburgh, John Martin, receipt, 7, 929. 

Hollis, John, account, 7, 908. 

Horrocks, John, Clergyman. Letters, 7, 
836; 11, 1446. 

Horry, Jeremiah, certificate of enlistment, 
5, 655. 

Horse, sold to Washington, 9, 1142. 

Hospital, military, necessaries for, 9, 1169. 

Hounam, John, 5, 635. 

Hubbard, Edward, Lieut and adjutant, 
First Virginia colonial militia regiment, 
returns, 8, 1065, 1069, 1076. Letter, 8, 
1022. 



Hudgens, William, 6, 800. 

Hudson, Thomas, deposition, 6, 731. 

Hughes, William, Sergt., First Virginia 

colonial militia regiment. Letter, 3, 

286. 

Hughes, William, Letter, 14, 1810. 
Hunter, William, Letter, 11, 1358. 
Hutchins, Thomas, distances from Fort 

Pitt to mouth of the Mississippi and to 

Pensacola, 10, 1245. 
Hutchinson, Thomas, Former Governor of 

Massachusetts. Letter, 16, 1998. 

I. 

Impressment, of horses, 3, 332. 

Indians, accounts, 8, 995; attacks by, 7, 

918, 920; goods, 2, 134; 5, 558, 578, 616, 

617. 
Tribes: Catawba, goods delivered to, 

3, 311; 5, 551; 7, 834 ; speeches to, 5, 577; 
7, 834. Cherokees, goods delivered to, 
5, 539-; provisions for, 5, 658; speeches 
to, 2, 254; 6, 754, 794. See also Atta- 
kulkulla. Notaways, goods delivered 
to, 3, 311 ; 7, 834. Tuscarora, speech to, 

4, 460. 

Innes, James, Col., North Carolina colo 
nial militia. Letters, 1, 46, 67, 75, 79, 
111. 

Insurance, on Washington's goods, 13, 
1618. 

Invalids see Sick. 

Invoices, goods ordered by Washington, 
12, 1511, 1513, 1514, 1555, 1556; goods 
shipped to Mrs. Frances Dandridge, 11, 
1368; goods shipped to Valentine, 11, 
1364, 1371; goods shipped to Washing 
ton, 11, 1348, 1368, 1370, 1371, 1382, 
1383, 1384, 1387, 1388, 1389, 1403, 1404, 
1421; 12, 1515; 13, 1609, 1611, 1612; 13, 
1617, 1633, 1635. 

Iron, for Washington, 10, 1272, 1273, 1274. 

J. 

Jacob, William, receipt, 7, 911. 

Jacques, Lancelot, Annapolis, Maryland 
merchant. Account against John Parke 
Custis, 12, 1575. 

Jamieson, Neil, Norfolk, Virginia mer 
chant. Letters to, 12, 1524, 1561. 

James City, Virginia, militia, 10, 1241. 

Jarrow (?), William, account, 7, 906. 

Jenifer, Daniel, Letter to, 15, 1958. 

Jenkins, Bennet, agreement with Wash 
ington, 14, 1799. 



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Jenkins, Jason, agreement with Wash 
ington, 14, 1799. 

Jenkins (Jankin), John, receipt, 7, 933. 

Johnson, John, Maryland physician. Let 
ter, 13, 1596a. 

Johnson, Josiah, Clergyman. Letter, 11, 
1445. 

Johnson, Mary, Washerwoman, account, 
12, 1500. 

Johnson, Thomas, jr., Letters, 13, 1597, 
1599; 14, 1798; 15, 1867; 1921, 1923, 1945. 

Johnson, Sir William, Supt., of affairs of 
the Six Nations and other northern 
Indians. Letter, 6, 672. 

Johnston, G., Letter, 10, 1271. 

Jones, Abraham, enlistment, 3, 386. 

Jones, Edward, Overseer to Washington. 
Letter, 13, 1644. 

Jones, Emmanuel, Letter, 14, 1794. 

Jones, Gabriel, Letters, 8, 998, 1041; 11, 
1396. 

Jones, John, receipt, 1, 100. Letters, 
2, 135, 154. 

Judge, Andrew, Indented servant, inden 
ture of service, 13, 1607. 



K. 



Kanhawa River, surveys on, 15, 1527, 
1528, 1529, 1530, 1531, 1532, 1542, 1543, 
1544, 1547-49. Great Kanhawa River, 
land grant on, 13, 1656; 231, 31061; sur 
veys on, 12, 1531, 1532, 1534. Little 
Little Kanhawa River, surveys on, 12, 
1529, 1530, 1535, 1536, 1537, 1538, 1539, 
1541, 1545, 1546; 13, 1658. 

Keating, John, Sergt., First Virginia 
colonial militia regiment, 7, 906, 911, 914, 
921. 

Keen, Richard, receipt, 7, 933. 

Kelly, Nelson, Overseer to Washington, 
agreement, 10, 1320b. 

Kendall, John, Major, Northampton 
County, Virginia militia, list of enlist 
ments, 3, 369. 

Kennedy, David, Commissary First Vir 
ginia colonial militia regiment, returns. 
3, 367; 4, 416; 5, 589, 642; 6, 743, 748. 

Kidd, John, Letter, 8, 970. 

Killed, wounded and missing, returns, 
9, 1150. 

King, John, Lieut., First Virginia colonial 
militia regiment, 7, 905, 912, 914. Letter, 
7, 898. 

King and Queens County, Virginia, list of 
enlistments in, 10, 1240. 



King Blount, Tuscarora Indian chief. 
Washington's speech to, 4, 460. 

King William County, Virginia, drafted 
militia, 3, 373. 

Kirkpatrick, John, Secretary to Washing 
ton. Account with Washington, 5, 608; 
Washington's official military cash ac 
count, 5, 679. Letters, 4, 472, 487, 499, 
526,649, 697, 752, 791; 8, 999, 1036; 9, 
1107, 1129, 1146; 10, 1250. 

Knight, Humphrey, Overseer at Mount 
Vernon. Letters, 8, 958, 1015; 9, 1103, 
1110, 1123. 

Knight, John, servant indenture, 14, 
1762-66. 

Knox & Baillie, Nanjemoy, Virginia, 
merchants. Letter to, 15, 1958. 

^ 

Lamar, Hill, Bisset & Co., Madeira, Is 
lands merchants. Letters to, 14, 1716. 

Lamb, Daniel, certificate of enlistment, 
5, 656. 

Lancaster County, Virginia, militia, 10, 
1242. 

Land, grants in Virginia, 13, 1647, 1648, 
1649, 1650, 1657, 1661; 14,1761; 231, 
31061; patent to John Fry, 13,1654, 
1655,1656; quitrent, 10, 1314, 1321, 
1332, 1386, 1412, 1439; 13, 1697; 14, 1749; 
15,1875; survey warrant, 231,13061; 
surveys of Ohio lands, 12, 1527, 1528, 
1529, 1530, 1531, 1532, 1533, 1534, 
1535, 1536, 1537, 1538, 1539, 1541, 1542, 
1543, 1544, 1545, 1546, 1547-49; taxable, 
10, 1314, 1315; title, 14, 1769; 10, 1314, 
1321, 1332; 11, 1340, 1354, 1359, 1386, 
1412; 12,1558; 13,1697; 14, 1749; 15, 
1875, 1908; 231, 13061; Western (1745- 
1769), M. 

Langfitt, Philip, agreement, 14, 1769a. 

Lanphier, Going, Joiner, Letter, 14, 1753. 

La Torie, , Letter, 10, 1216. 

Lawless, Michael, certificate of enlist 
ment, 6, 699. 

Lawrence, Charles, London tailor. Letters 
to, 11, 1370, 1403. 

Laws, fish inspection, 15, 1847. 

Lea, William, 7, 812. 

Ledger A (1750-1772, Washington's 
accounts), M. 

Lee, Arthur, Letter, 12, 1551. 

Lee, Henry, Letter, 7, 938. 

Lee, Philip Richard Francis, Letter, 16, 
1990. 



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127 



Lee, William, Letter, 11, 1453. 
Lemen, Thomas, Lieut., First Virginia 
colonial militia regiment, returns, 4, 
478, 480, 496, 501. 
Letter books, Washington's, 

(1754-55, Aug. 11-Dec. 25, Letters, orders and 

instructions.) M. 

(1755, Mar. 2-Dec. 6, known as Letters relating 

to Braddock's Defeat.) M. 

(1755-56, Dec. 26-Sep. 18, Letters, orders and 

instruments.) M. 

(1756-58, Sep. 19-Apr. 26, Letters, orders and 

instructions.) M. 

(1758, Apr. 27-Dec. 20.) M. 

(1758, June 14-Sept. 12, known as the Bouquet 

letter book.) M. 

Leuces, A, see Lewis, A. 

Lewis, Andrew, Lieut. -col., First Virginia 
colonial militia regiment, 5, 584; 6, 701; 
appraisement of liquor, 8, 996; appraise 
ment of wagons, 8, 984, 986; size roll 
of his company, 10, 1221; returns, 1, 
53, 54, 63; 2, 255; 3, 287; 6, 737, 789; 
9, 1133; 10, 1223. Letters, 4, 450; 5, 
612; 6, 741; 9, 1183; 14, 1808, 1838. 

Lewis, A., 7, 929. 

Lewis, Charles, Capt., First Virginia 
colonial militia regiment. Returns, 2, 
172, 173, 252; 4, 429, 477, 494, 502, 514. 
Letters, 1, 119; 3, 271; 4, 545; 6, 755, 
795; 16, 1992. 

Lewis, Fielding, jr. Letters, 5, 596; 8, 
959, 975; 11, 1437; 13, 1688, 1694; 14, 
1712. 

Lewis, John, 6, 792. 

Lewis, Joshua, Capt., First Virginia 
colonial militia regiment, 6, 688; receipt 
to, 3, 300; returns, 2, 219; 3, 284, 338, 
380, 406; 4, 430, 457, 469, 478; 6, 740, 
748, 765, 766; 7, 862; 10, 1226, 1229. 

Lewis, Nathan, execution of, 3, 348. 

Lewis, Thomas, Letter to, 14, 1745, 
1834. 

Lewis, Warner. Letters, 7, 908, 909. 
Letter to, 16, 1994. 

Lightfoot, William, list of Culpeper 
militia, 5, 664, 665. 

Liquor, appraisement of, 8, 996; prices, 
9, 1086. 

Little Carpenter, Cherokee chief, see Atta- 
kulkulla. 

Little Kanhawa River see Kanhawa 
River. 

Little Sandy Creek see Sandy Creek. 

Livingston, James, returns, 9, 1125. 
Letter, 3, 390. 



Lloyd, F., Lieut.-col., 2d battalion, Penn 
sylvania regiment, report of guards, 9, 
1184. 

Lomax, John Edward, Lieut., First Vir 
ginia colonial militia regiment. Letter, 
6, 778. 

Lorch, Johann Friderich, von, commis 
sion, 11, 1336. 

Loudoun, John, Earl of, Commander-in- 
chief, British forces in America, confer 
ence with governors, 5, 603; warrant to 
convene courts martial, 5, 619. 

Low, John, servant indentures, 14, 1762- 
66. 

Lowry, John, Lieut., First Virginia colo 
nial militia regiment, returns, 2, 159. 

Loyal Hannon, Pennsylvania, troops at, 
9, 1186, 1187, 1188, 1189; Virginia 
troops at, 9, 1133, 1148. 

Lucas, John, certificate of enlistment, 6, 
699. 

Luderman, Abraham, certificate of en 
listment, 6, 699. 

Ludwell, Philip, Letter, 4, 116. 

Luke, John, Letter, 15, 1850. 

Lunan, Alexander, Letter, 5, 587. 

Lux, William & Bowly, assignments of 
servants to Washington, 14, 1811-13. 

M. 

McCabe, Henry, Letter, 16, 1968. 

McCarty, Daniel, of Pope 1 s Creek, Mary 
land. Letter, 11, 1444. 

McDonald, Angus., Letter, 14, 1779. 

McDowell, Joseph, Lieut., Virginia colo 
nial militia regiment, charges against, 
8, 943, 949. Letter to, 8, 951. 

McGachen, William of Baltimore, ac 
count, 14, 1814. Letters, 11, 1337; 14, 
1815. Letter to, 14, 1768. 

Mackay, James, Letter, 1, 68, 80. 

McKenzie, Robert, Capt., First Virginia 
colonial militia regiment. Receipts, 1, 
125; 8, 966, 972-3; refusal to rank with 
Lt. Steenbergen, 10, 1219; returns, 1, 
123; 2, 253; 3, 277, 291, 341, 404; 4, 431, 
439, 455, 474, 510; 6, 714, 716, 746; 7, 
856, 881; 10, 1231. Letters, 5, 597; 9, 
1176; 10, 1287; 12, 1583; 15, 1961. 
Letters to, 10, 1292; 14, 1835. 

McLean, Allan, Commissary, First Vir 
ginia colonial militia. Memorandum, 
2, 200; receipts, 2, 139, 140, 157; 2, 
185; returns, 2, 224; 4, 523. 



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INDEX 



Macleane, Laughlin, Letter to, 11, 1400. ; 

McMickan, Robert, Kingston, Jamaica, \ 
merchant. Power of attorney to, 13, j 
1669, 1670. Letter, 13, 1637. Letters 
to, 13, 1639, 1665, 1696; 14, 1717; 15, 
1844, 1906. 

McNeill, John, Lieut., First Virginia colo 
nial militia regiment. Returns, 2, 156, 
158, 208, 240, 262, 269; 3, 274, 308, 312, 
321, 326, 342, 349, 358, 365, 385, 389, 
393, 413; 4, 421, 439, 448, 464, 479, 497, 
506, 507, 520; 6, 732; 10, 1224. Let 
ters, 2, 216; 4, 541; 8, 1040. 

McNoll, John, certificate of enlistment, 
5, 667. 

McPherson, Thomas and Elizabeth, serv 
ant indenture, 14, 1762-66. 

Macrae, Allan; Letter, 1, 72, 104. 

Magowan, Walter, Clergyman. Order, 
15, 1928. Letter, 15, 1927. 

Maidstone, Virginia, returns of supplies, 
troops, etc., at, 3, 352, 354; 4, 443; 5, 
642. 

Mandell, Robert, Port Tobacco, Maryland, 
merchant. Letter, 15, 1955. Letter to, 
15, 1958. 

Manley, Harrison, Letter to, 12, 1563. 

Map, of Chew's scouting expedition, 9, 
1097. 

Marks, John, Letter, 16, 1992. 

Marshall, Thomas H., Letters, 11, 1430, 
1456, 1458, 1465; 12, 1466, 1477, 1481, 
1494, 1498. Letter to, 11, 1457. 

Martin, Bryan, Letter, 1, 97. 

Martin, James, certificate of enlistment, 
5, 669. 

Martin, John, Major, Westmoreland Coun 
ty, Virginia militia, list of enlistments, 
3, 370. Letter, 1, 122. 

Martin, T. B., vote for, 8, 1047. 

Maryland, Governor, conference with the 
Earl of Loudoun, 5, 603. See also 
Sharpe, Horatio; troops, colonial, 5, 
677; 6, 743. 

Mason, George, draft of non-importation 
agreement of Virginia merchants, 11, 
1447; scheme for replevying goods in 
distress for rent, 11, 1357. Letters, 1, 
27, 120; 3, 388; 7, 850,- 910, 939; 11, 
1356, 1424; 14, 1771; 15, 1930, 1941, 
1942, 1959, 1960. Letter to, 11, 1373, 
1374; 16, 1973. 

Mason, Thomson, Letter, 16, 1963. 



Massachusetts, Provincial Congress, Re 
solve, 16, 1995; commission issued by, 
16, 1996. 

Mauduit & Co., London merchants. Let 
ter to, 12, 1496. 

Mead, William, Letters, 7, 915, 916. 

Meldrum, William, Letter, 6, 703. 

Mercer, George, Lieut.-col., Second Vir 
ginia colonial militia regiment, 5, 616; 
account of disbursements, 5, 604; re 
turns, 1, 50; 2, 175, 256; 4, 463, 506, 
516, 519, 530, 542; 9, 1158, 1171. Let 
ters, 6, 723, 799; 8, 1013, 1061; 10, 1218, 
1261, 1276; 12, 1505. Letterto, 12, 1562, 
1565. 

Mercer, George and Others, indenture, 
15, 1908. 

Mercer, Hugh, Surgeon, Virginia coZo- 
nial troops. Letters, 9, 1136, 1139, 
1154; 14, 1817, 1821. Letter to, 14, 
1746. 

Mercer, Hugh and Others, Letter, 16, 
1991. 

Mercer, James, of Fredericksburg, Vir 
ginia. Letters to, 14, 1717, 1835. 

Mercer, John, bills delivered to, 2, 234; 
legal opinion, 1, 88. Letter, 3, 319. 

Merchandize, bill of lading, 11, 1349; in 
voices of goods ordered by Washington, 
11, 1454; 12, 1483, 1484, 1511, 1513, 
1514, 1554, 1555, 1556; 14, 1723; in 
voices of goods shipped to Washington, 

11, 1348, 1362, 1364, 1368, 1370, 1371, 
1382, 1383, 1384, 1387, 1388, 1389, 1403, 
1404, 1421, 1432, 1433, 1451, 1452, 1454; 

12, 1515; 13, 1609, 1611, 1612, 1617, 
1633, 1635, 1673; 14, 1713, 1715, 1717; 
shipped to the West Indies by Wash 
ington, 13, 1618; sundries purchased 
for Washington, 12, 1515. 

Merchants, . colonial, non - importation 

agreement, 11, 1422. 
Meredith, Reese, Philadelphia merchant. 

Letter, 13, 1687. 
Middlesex County, Virginia, list of 

drafted men, 10, 1243. 
Militia see under the various colonies. 
Miller, agreement with Washington, 12, 

1501a. 
Miller, Peter, servant indenture, 14, 1762- 

66. 
Milnor, William. Philadelphia merchant. 

Letters, 14, 1754; 15, 1895, 1903, 1912, 



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129 



1917, 1943, 1957; 16, 1985. Letters to, 
14, 1768, 1837. 

Mills, Emanuel, certificate of enlistment, 
5, 668. 

Mississippi Company, rules and regula 
tions, 10, 1329. 

Mississippi River, distances from Fort 
Pitt to mouth of the river and to Pen- 
sacola, 10, 1245. 

Mitchell, Burgis, Overseer to Washington. 
Agreement with Washington, 10, 1319a. 

Mittinger, Daniel, court of inquiry on, 
9, 1138. 

Monger, William, account, 2, 245. 

Monongahela, Battle of the, list of sol 
diers who received premium money 
for services at, 4, 418; order of Brad- 
dock's march, 1, 107. See also Brad- 
dock, Edward. 

Montague, Edward, London attorney. 
Letter to, 16, 1972. 

Montgomery, Hugh, 7, 821. 

Moore, Augustine, certificate, 5, 656, 657. 

Moore, Bernard, of Chelsea. Letters, 11, 

1360, 1365; 12, 1507, 1569, 1589; 13, 
1603. 

Moore, Bernard, estate, trustees, letter to, 

12, 1510. 

Moore, Cato, receipt, 14, 1774. 
Moore, Thomas, Letters, 10, 1284; 11, 

1361, 1397. 

Moorfield, John, agreement, 14, 1784; as 
signment to Washington, 14, 1784. 

Morgan (Morgain), Thomas, account of 
Indian attack, 7, 918. 

Morris, Robert Hunter, Letter, 1, 93. 
Letter to, 1, 106, 113. 

Morris, Roger, Capt. and aide-de-camp to 
Braddock. Letter, 1, 108; 2, 187. 

Morrow, John, receipt, 3, 300. 

Morton, Joseph, 6, 804. 

Mount Vernon, Washington's drawing of, 
(1747), M. 

Mountains, Washington's journey over 
(1747, Mar. 11-Apr. 13), M. 

Murphy, John, certificate of enlistment, 
5, 673. 

Murray, David, receipt, 7, 933. 

Murray, John, account, 7, 899. 

Murray, Richard, 7, 831. 

Muse, George, survey of land patent on 
the Ohio, 12, 1536. Letter, 15, 1904; 
1919. Letter to, 14, 1744. 

Mutiny Act, Virginia, 10, 1251. 

114726 19 9 



N. 

Nash, John, Sergt., First Virginia colonial 
militia regiment, 7, 834; goods distrib 
uted to Indians, 3, 311; 5, 551, 593; re 
turns, 5, 585, 613. 

Neal, Lewis, receipt, 7, 914. 

Neavill, George, account, 7, 921. 

Negroes, Washington's at Claiborne's, 12, 
1586. 

Nelson, William, Letter, 1, 28. 

New Hampshire Provincial Congress, 
commission issued by, 16, 1999. 

Newport, Virginia, drafted militia, 3, 371. 

Newton, Thomas, jr., Norfolk merchant. 
Letters, 13, 1664, 1680, 1705; 14, 1718, 
1725, 1826; 15, 1866, 1910; 16, 1983. 
Letters to, 13, 1665, 1669; 14, 1716, 1746, 
1768. 

Nicholas, Robert Carter, Letters, 3, 270; 
4, 485, 500; 7, 851, 861; 14, 1824. 

Noland, William, receipt, 8, 944. 

Non-importation agreement, 11, 1422; 
Virginia articles, 11, 1447; 12, 1485. 

Norfolk, Virginia, enlistments, 3, 360, 362. 

Norris, Thomas, court of inquiry on, 2, 
258. 

North Carolina, Governor, conference 
with the Earl of Loudoun, 5, 603. 

Northampton County, Virginia, enlist 
ments, 3, 369. 

Northern Neck, Virginia, Washington's 
lands in, 11, 1386, 1412, 1439; 13, 1697; 
15, 1875. 

Northumberland County, Virginia, re 
cruits, 10, 1238. 

Norton, John, Letter, 7, 919. 

Notaway Indians, see Indians, tribes. 

0. 

Officers, British army in America, rank 
with Provincial, 1, 87; Virginia colo 
nial, address to Washington, 10, 1211a; 
Virginia colonial cash accounts, 2, 220. 

Ohio Company, list of Indian goods at 
Rock Creek, belonging to, 5, 578. 

Ohio River, distances on, 10, 1245; sur 
veys on, 12, 1525, 1527, 1528, 1529, 1530, 
1531, 1535, 1536, 1537, 1538, 1539, 1541, 
1542, 1543, 1545, 1547-49; 13, 1658; 
Washington's superintendent on, 14, 
1816a. 

Ord, Thomas, instructions, 1, 115. 

Orderly Books, Forbes' expedition against 
Fort Duquesne (1758, Sep. 21-Nov. 24) 



130 



INDEX 



M; Washington's copy of Braddock's 

orders on the Fort Duquesne expedition 

(1755, Feb. 26-June 17), M. 
Oliver, Thomas, Letter, 14, 1752. 
Orme, Robert, Capt. and aide-de-camp to 

Braddock. Letters, 1, 102, 113, 121; 2, 

197; 3, 293. 
Overseers, Washington's, 10, 1319a, 1320a, 

1320b, 1667a; for negro carpenters, 13, 

1667a. 

P. 

Page, John, Letter, 14, 1789. 

Paper, tax on, 12, 1484. 

Parks, John, 3, 332. 

Parsons, Thomas, receipts, 8, 995. 

Patterson, John, Letters, 8, 964; 9, 1089, 
1124. 

Patterson's Fort see Fort Patterson. 

Pay, Virginia colonial troops, 9, 1087, 
1119. 

Philadelphia, merchants, non-importa 
tion agreement, 11, 1422. Letter, 11, 
1422. Letter to, 11, 1422. 

Philo Patriae (pseud.) see Bland, Richard. 

Phrip & Newton Norfolk merchants. Let 
ter to, 14, 1716. 

Peachy, William, Capt., First Virginia 
colonial militia regiment. Account 
against Virginia, 4, 476; report of the 
guard, 9, 1172; returns, 3, 408; 4, 432, 
493, 504. Letters, 4, 545; 6, 727; 7, 814. 

Peareth, William, Letter, 12, 1480. Let 
ter to, 12, 1495. 

PearsalFs Fort see Fort Pearsall. 

Pearson, Simon, deed of land to Washing 
ton, 10, 1325. 

Peebles, John, Surgeon's mate, Second 
Virginia colonial militia regiment. Re 
turn, 9, 1131. 

Pendleton, Edmund, legal opinion, 1, 89. 
Letters, 11, 1431; 12, 1570; 13, 1625, 
1651, 1693; 15, 1920, 1986. 

Pendleton, John, Letter, 12, 1572. 

Pennsylvania, Governor, conference with 
the Earl of Loudoun, 5, 603. 

Pennsylvania Packet or the General Ad 
vertiser, page from, 16, 2002. 

Pensacola, Florida, distances from mouth 
of the Mississippi to, 10, 124-5. 

Perkins, Peter, 7, 827. 

Perry, Micajah, Letter, 1, 20. 
Pert, Griffin, Ensign, First Virginia colo 
nial militia regiment. Rank, 5, 638; 
returns, 4, 475, 493, 504. 



Peterson, Peter, certificate of enlistment, 

6, 688. 

Pettway, William, 5, 662. 
Peyrouny, William, Chevalier de, Capt., 

First Virginia colonial militia regiment, 

receipt, 1, 100; return, 1, 69. Letter, 

1,74. 
Peyton, Craven, of Leesburg. Letter to, 

13, 1670. 

Pipe Creek, plat of land on, 13, 1589. 
Piper, Henry. Letter, 13, 1593. Letter 

to, 12, 1474. 

Pinkney, Robert, Annapolis tailor. a Ac 
count against John Parke Custis, 12, 

1552. 
Poole, William, Washington's miller. 

Letter, 8, 1008. 
Pope, John, receipt, 6, 776. 
Posey, John, Letters, 11, 1381, 1420; 12, 

1524; 14, 1724. Letters to, 11, 1368, 

1427, 1434. 
Posey, St. Lawrence, school expenses, 14, 

1819. 
Potter, Joseph, Schoolmaster. Receipt, 

14, 1819. 

Powell, George, certificate of enlistment, 
5, 660. 

Prather, Henry, Letter, 8, 1075. 

Prentis & Withers, Williamsburg mer 
chants. Letter, 2, 169. 

Preston, J., 14, 1807. 

Preston, William, County Surveyor, Fin- 
castle County, Virginia. Certificate, 14, 
1825. Letters, 14, 1807; 15, 1856, 1879, 
1925, 1926; 16, 1979. 

Price, Leonard, Ensign, First Virginia 
colonial militia regiment. Returns, 4, 
466, 474. 

Prince George County, Virginia, list of 
recruits in the colonial service, 8, 955. 

Prince William County, Virginia, cadet 
company, resolves, 15, 1897; county 
lieutenant, letter to, 7, 906. 

Pritchard, Samuel, account, 2, 251. 

Pritchet, Donald, affidavit of, 3, 356. 

Proctor, Jonas, commission as ensign, 19, 
1996. 

Provisions, returns, 8, 985, 994, 1001, 
1003, 1037; 9, 1108, 1155, 1194. 

Punishments, capital, warrant form, 3, 
348. 

Q. 

Quitrent lands see Lands. 



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131 



R. 

Ramey, Thomas, account, 7, 911. 

Ramsay, William, Alexandria merchant. 
Articles of agreement with Dinwiddie, 
6, 782; receipt, 7, 884. Letters, 4, 525; 

6, 687, 707, 745; 9, 1093, 1095, 1114, 1117, 
1127, 1143, 1175; 15, 1846, 1887. 

Randolph, Peyton, authorization to 
Washington, 15, 1888. 

Randolph, John, Clerk, House of Bur 
gesses, Virginia, 10, 1251. 

Rays Town, Pennsylvania, report of guard 
at, 9, 1166, 1167, 1171, 1172; sutler's 
prices at, 9, 1086; Virginia troops at 8, 
1002, 1065, 1069. 

Read, Clement, 7, 916. Letter, 5, 602. 
Letters to, 7, 902, 928,930, 931. 

Reid, James, Col., New Hampshire militia 
regiment. 16, 1999. 

Reno, John, accounts, 7, 929. 

Rents, quit, 10, 1314, 1321, 1332, 1386, 
1412, 1439; 13, 1697; 14, 1749; 15, 1875; 
replevin of goods for, 11, 1357. 

Replevin, of goods in distress for rent, 11, 
1357. 

Returns, 9, 1166, 1167, 1182, 1190; Forbes' 
expedition, 9, 1186; supplies (ammuni 
tion, arms, clothing, provisions, etc.), 
1, 35, 83, 91, 92, 93, 103, 123; 2, 131, 
133, 134, 136-38, 143, 162, 169, 195, 200, 
224; 3,322,366,367; 4,416,437-39,444, 
527, 531, 534, 535, 547; 5, 551, 558, 559, 
578, 580, 585, 589, 613, 616, 617, 642, 
658, 677; 6, 697, 714, 716, 729, 735, 737, 
739, 743, 746, 748, 749, 765, 766, 768, 772, 
773, 774, 776, 785, 786, 789, 793, 797, 801; 

7, 837, 840, 849, 857, 858, 863, 865, 869, 
873, 876, 879, 881; 8, 985, 993, 994, 1001, 
1003, 1037, 1065; 9, 1108, 1125, 1155, 
1169, 1194, 1197; 10, 1223, 1224, 1229, 
1232. 

Troops, 8, 982, 989, 992, 1002, 1006, 
1009, 1014, 1017, 1021, 1024, 1029, 1038, 
1045, 1060, 1068, 1069, 1076; 9, 1080, 
1088, 1091, 1099, 1133, 1148, 1150, 1157, 
1158, 1166, 1167, 1171, 1172, 1184, 1195, 
1196, 1198, 1200; 10, 1202, 1221, 1223, 
1224, 1226, 1229, 1231, 1234, 1238, 1239, 
1240, 1241, 1242, 1243 ; morning, weekly, 
monthly and other reports, 1, 23, 43, 49, 
51, 53 7 69, 70; 2, 147,152,156,158,165, 
168, 184, 191, 208, 213, 223, 23C , 238, 240, 
242, 248, 260, 262, 264, 269; 3, 274, 276, 
308, 312, 321, 326, 342, 343, 346, 349, 352, 



359, 365, 377, 385, 389, 393, 397, 413; 4, 
415, 421, 439, 443, 448, 462, 463, 464, 465, 
466, 467, 468, 469, 470, 473, 474, 475, 
477, 478, 479, 480, 483, 493, 494, 495, 
496, 497, 498, 501, 502, 503, 504, 505, 
506, 507, 516, 519, 520, 537, 538; 5, 583, 
609, 675, 771; 6, 796; 7, 828, 848, 869, 
932; muster rolls, size rolls, drafts and 
enlistment lists, 1, 42, 44, 45, 47, 48, 
50, 52, 54, 55, 57, 58, 83, 124; 2, 175, 
182, 183, 184, 238, 242; 3, 354, 355, 

360, 368, 369, 370, 371, 373; 4, 424-35, 
452, 461, 463, 524; 5, 565, 580, 665, 666; 
6, 684, 710, 714, 728, 732, 735, 737, 
739, 750, 760, 766, 768, 774, 789; 7, 837, 
840, 843, 844, 856, 873, 879, 881; payrolls 
and receipt lists, 1, 30, 61-4, 92, 98, 99, 
101; 2, 146, 159, 160, 171-74, 213,218,219, 
229, 252, 253, 255, 256; 3, 277, 278, 279, 
282-84, 287, 288, 290, 292, 305, 306, 333, 
336^1, 376, 378-82, 401-10, 417, 436, 
453-58, 508-13, 514, 530, 533, 542; 5, 
550, 563, 564; 6, 740; 7, 842. 

Richardson, David, Representative of Rob 
ert Stobo, land grant to, 14, 1761. 

Richardson, , of Durham, England. 

Letter to, 11, 1395. 

Riddell, Henry, ofPiscataway, Maryland. 
Letters, 14, 1801, 1805, 1816. Letter to, 
14, 1803, 1806. 

Ridout, I., Letters, 1, 71, 82. 

Richmond County, Virginia, militia com 
pany, list of men brought from, 3, 368. 
Letter, 16, 1964. 

Roberts, James, 7, 808, 827. 

Roberts, William, miller, agreement with 
Washington, 12, 1501a. 

Robinson, Beverley, Letters, 4, 441, 517; 
6, 718; 7, 868, 947. 

Robinson, John, Speaker, House of Bur 
gesses, Virginia. Memorandum, 3, 330. 
Letters, 1, 77; 2, 132, 233; 3, 272, 318, 
335, 343; 4, 489; 5, 548, 557, 562, 615, 
672; 6, 691, 802; 9, 1141; 10, 1283. 

Rock Creek, Ohio, Indian goods at, 5, 578. 

Ross, David, Letter, 6, 764. 

Ross, John, Letter, 14, 1804. 

Ross, William, receipt, 9, 1087. 

Ross, , Colchester, Virginia, merchant. 

Letter to, 11, 1441. 

Roy, James, Lieut., First Virginia colo 
nial militia regiment, 7, 898; accounts 
against, 6, 784, 787, 790, 792, 800, 803, 
804, 806, 807; 7, 808, 812, 813, 816, 819, 



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INDEX 



820, 821, 825, 826, 827, 831, 833; re 
turns, 4, 473, 503; 6, 732; 7, 826, 827. 

Russell, Henry, Ensign, First Virginia co 
lonial militia regiment. Rank, 5, 638; 
returns, 4, 462, 465, 480, 498, 503, 537. 
Letter, 4, 544. 

Russell, Hinde, 5, 655. 

Russell, William, Justice of the peace, Fin- 
castle County, Virginia, 6, 807; deposi 
tion, 15, 1841. 

Rutherford, Robert, return, 3, 322. Let 
ters, 7, 818; 8, 950, 951, 952, 957, 990, 
1033, 1057, 1066. 

S. 

St. Clair, Arthur, letter, 14, 1832. 

St. Clair, Sir John, Maj. gen. and Com 
mander-in-chief, British forces in Amer 
ica. Orders, 8, 954, 960. Letters, 7, 
887, 889, 913, 934, 965, 971; 9, 1084. 

Salter, William, 5, 659. 

Sandy Creek, Ohio, plat of Fry's land on, 

12, 1590; surveys on, 13, 1658, 1661; 
Big Sandy Creek, land patented on, 

13, 1654; Little Sandy Creek, land pat 
ented on, 13, 1655; 1660. 

Sanford, Lawrence, Capt., of merchant brig 

"Swift." Letters to, 11, 1438, 1468. 
Savage, John, Capt., First Virginia co 
lonial militia regiment. Return, 3, 305. 
Savage, John and others, land grant to, 13, 

1648, 1657, 1661. 
Savage, Margaret (Mrs. William Savage), 

Letters to, 11, 1372, 1373; 12, 1471, 1473, 

1474; 13, 1620, 1747. 
Savage, William, Physician. Letters, 11, 

1375, 1405, 1453. Letters to, 11, 1372, 

1373, 1376. 
School copy books, Washington's (1745) 

M; (1747) M. 

Scott, James, Letter, 15, 193Sa. 
Scott, Pringle, Cheape & Co. Madeira 

merchants. Letter to, 11, 1392. 
Scythemaker, London, Letter to, 14, 

1714. 
Servants, Washington's agreement with, 

14, 1799; bonded to Washington, 14, 
1811-13; indentures, 14, 1762-66, 1784; 

15, 1873, 1899-1902. 

Shade, Christopher, Letter, 13, 1589. 

Sharpe, Horatio, Governor of Maryland. 
Proclamation to civil and military offi 
cers of Baltimore County, 6, 704 ; speech 
to the Cherokees, 2, 254. Letters, 1, 
78, 81; 3, 296, 304; 6, 705; 8, 967. 



Shepherd, Andrew, 6, 790; 7, 833; agree 
ment to furnish cattle, 2, 141. 
Shippen, Edward, Letter, 5, 644. 
Shirley, William, Commander-in-chief, 
British forces in America. Letters, 1, 
106; 3, 295. 
Shoes, for Martha, Washington and Martha 

Parke Custis, 13, 1673. 
Short, John, 5, 668. 
Sick, Virginia colonial troops, returns, 9, 

1131, 1137, 1169, 1195. 
Simpson, Gilbert, of Loudoun county, 
Virginia., Supplies to, 13, 16J71. Let 
ters, 13, 1636, 1652, 1685, 1698; 14, 
1721, 1731, 1751, 1831; 15, 1880, 1885, 
1896, 1909, 1932; 16, 19)1. Letter to, 
13, 1670. 

Sinclair, James, Asst., deputy quarter 
master general, British army in America. 
Letters, 8, 968, 1025, 

Sitton, Benjamin, deposition, 8, 949. 

Skilling, William, agreement with Wash 
ington, 15, 1944a. 

Smith, Alexander Hamilton, Letter, 16, 
1969. 

Smith, Charles, Lieut., First Virginia 
colonial militia regiment, 8, 1050, 1051, 
1052; returns, 5, 580; 7, 940; 8, 989 
1006, 1021, 1029, 1060; 9, 1182. Let-, 
ters, 7, 867; 8, 989, 1032, 1044, 1059, 
1064, 1077, 1092, 1102, 1113, 1132, 1160, 
1174, 1191, 1204. 

Smith, David, certificate, 5, 661. 

Smith, James, certificate, 4, 543. 

Smith, John, Letter, 7, 875. 

Smith/ William, Letter, 7, 811. 

Smith, , of Durham, England. Let 
ter to, 11, 1395. 

Smith (Black), agreement, 12, 1494a. 

Snickers (Sniggers), Edward, account, 2, 
161. Letters, 14, 1787; 15, 1852, 1924; 
16, 1977. Letter to, 14, 1834, 1838. 

South Branch, Virginia, returns of troops, 
supplies, etc. on, 4, 531; 7, 840, 842, 
870, 873. 

South Carolina, troops sent to, 5, 629, 636. 

Spark, Alexander, 5, 667; 6, 706. 

Spaulding, Levi, commission as captain, 
16, 1999. 

Speake, George, 6, 778. 

Spore, John, receipt, 5, 627. 

Spotswood, Alexander, Letter, 16, 1993. 

Spotswood, Robert, Capt., First Virginia 
colonial militia regiment. Returns, 3, 
403; 4, 433, 470, 483; 6, 735. 



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133 



Stalker, Peter. Asst. commissary, Vir 
ginia colonial troops. Returns, 8, 994, 
1003. 

Stanton, Richard, 15, 1841. 

Stanwix, John, Col., 60th Foot, British 
army, 7, 878; order to Washington, 5, 
622; warrant to convene courts martial, 
5, 619. Letter, 5, 586, 623, 645, 653, 
654, 678; 6, 682, 685, 692, 708, 753; 7, 
822. 

Stark, William, Lieut., First Virginia 
colonial militia regiment. Court of in 
quiry on, 2, 263; returns, 2, 136. Let 
ter, 5, 574. 

Starke, Richard, Letter to, 11, 1391. 

Steenbergen, Peter, Lieut., First Vir 
ginia colonial militia regiment, 6, 768; 
7, 840, 870, 873, 879; answers to charges, 
10, 1220; returns, 4, 477, 494, 502 ; 6, 750. 

Stephen, Adam, Lieut, col., First Vir 
ginia colonial militia regiment, 5, 616, 
677; 8, 1065, 1069; 9, 1165; returns, 2, 
152, 162, 230, 242, 264; 3, 276, 377; 4, 
434, 473, 495, 503; 5, 677; 8, 963, 1002, 
1014, 1148. Letters, 2, 148, 150, 163, 
192, 203, 209, 211, 215, 239, 241, 244, 
250, 265; 3, 275, 301, 302, 303, 361, 374, 
375; 4, 445, 459; 6, 726; 7, 890. Let 
ters, 8, 981, 1000, 1016, 1021, 1063, 1070; 

9, 1134, 1144, 1147; 10, 1217. Letters 
to, 2, 198, 246; 4, 532. 

Stephen, Lewis, Letter, 6, 754. 

Stephens, Joseph, 10, 1290. 

Stephens, Dennis, Letter, 16, 1970. 

Stephenson, Hugh, Letters, 11, 1377, 
1625. 

Steuart, Walter, Capt., Virginia colonial 
militia. Letters, 8, 978, 1035. 

Stevens, William, Manager of Washing 
ton's Ohio lands. Agreement with 
Washington, 14, 1799; instructions to, 
15, 1955a. 

Stephens, , Major. Washington's 
answers to interrogatories concerning, 

10, 1213. 

Stevenson, Richard, receipt, 8, 948. 

Stewart, James, Letter, 15, 1914. 

Stewart, Robert, Capt., Troop of Virginia 
colonial militia light horse, 5, 636; 10, 
1211a; account against, 2, 251; order to 
receive tools, 6, 746; rank, 5, 638; re 
ceipt, 7, 810; returns, 1, 99; 2, 133, 145, 
240, 262; 3, 278, 282, 346, 352, 354, 379, 
397, 405; 4, 415, 443, 452, 458, 462, 465, 



480, 498, 503, 520, 537, 538; 5, 550; 6. 
710; 8, 1017, 1038, 1068; 9, 1190, 1196. 
Letters, 2, 202, 221; 3, 396, 398; 4, 414, 
442, 449, 451, 544; 6, 763; 7, 809, 822, 
823; 8, 1039, 1056, 1074, 1078, 1082; 9, 
1177, 1178, 1179, 1180, 1206, 1207, 1210; 
10, 1059, 1211, 1215, 1248, 1259, 1263, 
1275, 1277, 1279, 1282, 1289, 1294, 1296, 
1297, 1300, 1307, 1308, 1309, 1311, 1316, 
1317, 1319, 1322, 1323, 1324, 1326; 11, 
1330, 1331, 1333, 1335, 1352, 1393, 1419. 
Letter to, 7, 817; 9, 1176. 

Stewart, Walter, Letter, 7, 892. 

Stewart & Campbell, London merchants. 
Letter to, 11, 1392. 

Stirling, William Alexander, Lord, Letter 
15, 1893. Letter to, 15, 1907. 

Stobo, Robert, Capt., First Virginia colo 
nial militia regiment. Returns, 1, 49, 
55, 61. Letter to, 12, 1565. 

Stock (Live) Washington's at Claiborne's, 

12, 1586. 

Stoddert, Benjamin C., Letter, 14, 1792 / 
Stone, Caleb, Overseer, agreement with 

Washington, 13, 1667a. 
Stores, military, 5, 627; 8, 993, 994 see also 

under Returns. 
Stot, , of Durham, England. Letter 

to, 11, 1395. 

Straker, George, Sea captain, 14, 1762-66. 
Stratton, John, agreement with Valentine, 

13, 1659. 

Street, John, deposition, 5, 680. 

Strettell, Amos, Philadelphia merchant. 
Account of insurance, 13, 1618. Let 
ters, 13, 1616, 1619. 

Strother, Anthony, Letters, 1, 110; 10, 
1281. 

Subsistence, 9, 1119; memorandum, 10, 
1235. 

Sumner, Jethro, Lieut., First Virginia 
colonial militia regiment, 6, 760. 

Supplies, 9, 1169, 1181; for Washington's 
Youghiogany concern, 13, 1671. See 
also Returns. 

Surveys, on the Ohio and Kanhawa 
rivers, 12, 1527, 1528, 1529, 1530, 1531, 
1532, 1535, 1536, 1537, 1538, 1539, 1541, 
1542, 1543, 1544, 1545, 1546, 1547-49; 
13, 1658, 1660; Washington's, (1747, 
Mar. 11-Apr. 13), M; (1749, July-Nov.), 
M; (1749-'50, Nov. 2-Nov. 3), M; 
(1750-'52, Nov. 6-Apr. 6), M; Wash 
ington's land, (1770-99), M; 231, 13061. 



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INDEX 



Sutlers, liquors, 8, 996; prices, 9, 1086. 

Swearingen, Thomas, Lieut., Virginia co 
lonial militia regiment, vote on, 8, 1047. 
Letter to, 8, 952. 



T. 



Tabb, Thomas, Letter, 3, 383. 

Tackitt, William, account, 7, 895, 911. 

Talbot, Charles, Letters, 7, 928, 931. 

Talbot, Matthew, Letters, 7, 902, 924, 930. 
Letters to, 7, 915, 916. 

Taliaferro, William, Letter, 6, 756. 

Taxes, 10, 1314, 1315. 

Tayloe, John, Letters, 2, 151; 3, 364; 15, 
1944. 

Taylor, James, certificate, 6, 806. Letter, 
16, 1982. 

Taylor, Zachariah, certificate of enlist 
ment, 5, 660. 

Tea, tax on, 12, 1484. 

Thomas, James, receipt, 4, 436. 

Thompson, Nathaniel, Lieut., First Vir 
ginia colonial militia regiment, 7, 933; 
returns, 4, 474, 495, 502. Letter, 7, 866. 

Thompson, Richard. Letter, 14, 1750. 

Thornton, Matthew. President of New 
Hampshire, 16, 1999. 

Thorp, Mrs., London milliner. Let 
ter to, 13, 1612. 

Thruston, Charles Mynn, Lieut., Virginia 
colonial troops. Land grant to, 14, 
1825; 231, 13061. 

Thruston, C. M. Clergyman. (Same as 
Lieut. Charles Mynn Thruston preced 
ing?) Letter to, 13, 1676. 

Tilghman, James, Secretary, Pennsylvania 
Land Office. Letter to, 14, 1802, 1822. 

Tithables, Washington's, 10, 1306; 11, 
1340, 1354, 1359, 1386, 1439, 1697. 

Tobacco, Washington's crop account, 10, 
1293, 1295; sales of Washington's, 11, 
1349. 

Toner, Joseph Meredith, transcript of 
Washington's diaries (1747-1799), M. 

Tools, return, 8, 956, 1197. 

Townshend Acts, 12, 1484. 

Trent, William, Capt., First Virginia colo 
nial militia. Letter, 2, 266. 

Truro Parish, Fairfax County, Virginia, 
vestrymen, 11, 1346, 1347; Washing 
ton's tithables in, 10, 1321; 11, 1340, 
1354, 1359, 1386, 1412, 1499; 13, 1697; 
15, 1875. 



Tulle ken, John, Major, First Virginia 

colonial militia. Letter, 6, 788. 
Turner, James, 7, 915, 916. 
Tuscarora chiefs see Indians, tribes. 
Tyler, Charles, account, 7, 906. 

U. 

Utensils, receipt for, 9, 1205. 
V. 

Van Braam, Jacob, Capt., First Virginia 
colonial militia regiment. Returns, 1, 
23, 51, 52, 64. Letter to, 12, 1565; 14, 
1741. 

Vanmeter, Henry, Letter to, 3, 317. 

Valentine, Joseph, Overseer, John Parke 
Custis J estate. Agreement with Strat- 
ton, 13, 1659; goods consigned to, 11, 
1421; 12, 1484, 1515, 1556; goods or 
dered for, 11, 1421, 1432, 1433; goods 
shipped to, 11, 1364, 1388, 1389; 12, 
1511. Letter, 12, 1560. 

Vardill, John, of Kings College, New 
York. Letter, 14, 1738. Letter to, 14, 
1740. 

Vass' Fort see Fort Vass. 

Vernon, Richard, Letter, 9, 1109. 

Violet, Edward, Overseer for Washington. 
Agreement, 10, 1320a. 

Virginia, accounts against, 4, 476; 5, 561; 
accounts with Washington, 9, 1163; 
(1755-58), M; association of non-impor 
tation, 12, 1485; Burgesses, 11, 1344; 
Convention, circular letter, 15, 1859; 
death warrant form, 3, 348; elections, 8, 
1047, 1050, 1051, 1052; 10, 1253, 1302; 
11, 1344; frontier forts, 5, 582; Gov 
ernor, conference with Earl of Lou- 
doun, 5, 603 see also Dinwiddie, Rob 
ert; Indian expense accounts, 8, 995; 
law on inspection of fish, 15, 1847. 

Legislature: Act, 10, 1251 ; general as 
sembly, governor's speech to, 9, 1151. 
Council: Minutes, 1, 60; 4, 546; 5, 554; 
14, 1755; orders and petitions for west 
ern lands, (1745-69), M; Letter to, 13, 
1629. House of Burgesses (Assembly): 
act, 3, 297; address to governor, 10, 
1327; committee proceedings on 
Washington' s accounts, 4, 486; commit 
tee resolves, 2, 194; grant of premium 
money to soldiers, 4, 418; non-importa 
tion agreement, 11, 1447; 12, 1485; pe 
titions to, 15, 1851 ; (1745-69), M; map 



INDEX 



135 



of a scout through portion of, 9, 1097 
merchants' non-importation agreement 
11,1447; 12,1485; letter to merchants 
11, 1423; military expenses (1758 
June 14-20), M. 

Troops (colonial militia), 10, 1239 
1240, 1241, 1242, 1243, 1244; accounts 
1, 84, 85; 2, 220; 5, 582; 6, 686; (1755- 
58), M; (1757-58, May 19-Mar. 22), M 
(1758, Apr. 3-May 24), M; (1758, May 
1-June 15), M; ammunition, 9, 1125 
bounty money men, 1, 94, 96; list o: 
premium money men at Braddock's 
defeat, 4, 418; county drafts, 6, 686; 7 
843; councils of war, 1, 39; 4, 447, 466 
7, 891 ; detachment sent to South Caro 
lina, 5, 629, 636; establishment pro 
posed, 1, 29; expense of constructing 
forts on the Southern frontier, 5, 582 
expenses, (1755-58), M; (1757-58, May 
19-Mar. 22) M; Fairfax County associa 
tion, 15, 1948; guard at Rays Town, 9, 
1166, 1167; invalids, 9, 1195; light 
horse, 8, 1017, 1038, 1045, 1068 see also 
under Stewart, Robert; necessaries, 9, 
1169, 1181; officers, 6, 684; officers' ac 
counts with Washington, 2, 220; offi 
cers' address to Washington, 10, 1211a; 
officers' letter to Stephen, 4, 532; pay, 
9, 1087, 1119; payrolls, 10, 1237; pro 
visions for, 2, 195; raising of, 1, 60; re 
cruits, (1758, May 1-June 15) M. 

Regiments: First, 1, 84, 85, 94, 96; 
2, 195; 4, 438; 8, 1014, 1065, 1148; 9, 
1157, 1181, 1187, 1188, 1189, 1198, 1199; 
killed, etc., 9, 1150; officers, 2, 220; 4, 
532; 6, 684; 10, 1211a. Second, 8, 
1009, 1024, 1046, 1080; 9, 1088, 1091, 
1099, 1131, 1158. 

Returns (muster rolls, lists, etc.), 5, 
600; 8, 982, 989, 992, 1002, 1006, 1009, 
1014, 1017, 1021, 1024, 1029, 1038, 1045, 
1046, 1060, 1065, 1068, 1069, 1076, 1080; 
9, 1088, 1091, 1099, 1131, 1148, 1150, 
1166, 1167, 1157, 1158, 1181, 1182, 1187, 
1188, 1189, 1190, 1198, 1199, 1200, 1202; 
returns of provisions or stores, 4, 438; 
9, 1194; sick, 9, 1169; stores, 4, 438; 
subsistence, 9, 1119; wagons for, 8, 984, 
986; Washington's brigade, 9, 1194, 
1198, 1199, 1200, 1202; Washington's 
memorandum respecting (1756, Apr.- 
May), M; Washington's regiment, 1, 
84, 85. See also under Washington, 
George. 



W. 

Waggener, Thomas, Capt., First Virginia 
colonial militia regiment, 5, 626, 628, 651; 
company, 10, 1232, 1234; men of his 
company who received premium 
money for services at Braddock's de 
feat, 4, 418; receipt, 9, 1142; returns, 1, 
101; 3, 280, 281, 382; 4, 417, 418, 465, 
482, 511, 524, 531; 6, 749, 750, 768, 772, 
797; 7, 840, 842, 849, 858, 870, 873, 876, 
879, 882; 10, 1232, 1234. Letters, 4, 
467, 491, 492; 5, 647; 7, 896, 922; 8, 945. 
Letter to, 3, 317. 

Wagons, appraisement, 8, 984, 986. 
Walker, John, Letter, 8, 1043. 
Walker, Thomas, Commissary, First Regi 
ment, Virginia colonial troops. Ac 
counts, 3, 330; 4, 420; receipts, 3, 395; 5, 
595. Letters, 2, 207, 217, 236, 237, 243; 
3, 313, 400; 9, 1090. 
Ward, Benjamin, 5, 671. 
Warm Springs, Virginia, Washington's 

visit to, 11, 1380. 
Warren, Joseph, President pro tern Massa 
chusetts Provincial Congress, 16, 1995, 
1996. 
Washington, Augustine (Father of George), 

will, 1, 21. 
Washington, Augustine (Brother of 

George), Letters 1, 24a; 4, 536. 
Washington, George, 10, 1246, 1247. 

Accounts: With Boyd, 9, 1145; cash 
memorandum (1772-73, Aug. 9-May 
27), M; cash miscellany, 10, 1265; ex 
penses, 4, 521, 529; expenses to Warm 
Springs, 11, 1380; with Kirkpatrick, 5, 
608; Ledger A (1750-72), M; Ledger B 
(1772-93), M. 

Accounts, official military, 1, 84, 85; 
2, 214; 5, 679; cash account with offi 
cers, 2, 220; disbursements, 2, 214; 8, 
962; memorandum of military expendi 
tures (1757-58, May 19-Mar. 22), M; 
memorandum of accounts, (1758, Apr. 
3-May 24), M; money paid recruits, 
(1758, May 1-June 15), M; receipt book 
for cash expended for the Virginia 
forces (1755-58), M; receipt book of 
payments for Virginia colonial military 
service (1758, June 14-20), M; sheets of 
bills delivered, 2, 234; accounts with 
Virginia, 9, 1163; (1755-58), M; Vir 
ginia Assembly's proceedings on ac 
counts, 4, 486. 



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INDEX 



Addresses to Washington, 10, 1211a; 
agreements with mechanics, etc., 10, 
1258a, 1311a, 1319a, 1320a, 1320b, 1323a, 
1663a, 1667a; 12, 1515a; 14, 1769a; 
answers to interrogatories, 10, 1213; ap 
proval of courts martial proceedings, 5, 
626, 651; 6, 701; authority to convene 
courts martial, 3, 309; authorization to 
sign proceedings of Congress, 15, 1888; 
Barbadoes journal (1751), M; the 
Braddock orderly book (1755, Feb, 26- 
June 17), M; brigade, 9, 1190, 1194, 
1200, 1202; carriages, 10, 1321; 11, 1340, 
1354, 1359; the Claiborne plantation, 12 
1586; diaries see under Diaries; Dismal 
Swamp memoranda (1764), M; election 
expenses, 8, 1050, 1051, 1052; elections, 
2, 226; 10, 1253, 1266-68; 11, 1344. 
Forms of writing and Rules of Civility 
(1745?), M; goods' invoices ordered, 11, 
1421, 1432, 1433, 1451, 1452, 1454; 12, 
1483, 1484, 1515; 13, 1609; 14, 1713, 
1714, 1715, 1717; goods ordered on con 
tingency of repeal of the Townshend 
Acts, 12, 1484; goods purchased for, 12, 
1515; goods shipped to, 11, 1348, 1362, 
1363, 1364, 1368, 1370, 1371, 1382, 1383, 
1384, 1387, 1388, 1389, 1403, 1421; 13, 
1617, 1633, 1635, 1673; Major Grant's 
losses, 9, 1149; horse sold to, 9, 1142; 
instructions from Dinwiddie, 5, 620; 
Invoices and Letters (1755-66, Dec. 6- 
Sep. 22), M; Journey over the Moun 
tains (1747, Mar. 11-Apr. 13), M; lands, 
2, 222; 10, 1314, 1315, 1321, 1340, 1354, 
1359, 1647, 1649, 1650; land deed from 
Pearson, 10, 1325; lands in Northern 
Neck, 11, 1386, 1412, 1499; 13, 1697; 14, 
1749; 15, 1875; lands on the Ohio, 12, 
1525, 1527, 1529, 1530, 1531, 1532, 1533, 
1534, 1535, 1541, 1542, 1543, 1544, 1545, 
1547-49; lands purchased, 231, 13061; 
land on Shirtier's Creek, 12, 1558; Let 
ters (1747, Mar. 11-Apr. 13), M; Letter 
Books, (1755, Mar. 2-Dec. 6), M; (1758, 
Apr. 27-Dec. 20), M; (1758, June 14- 
Sep. 12), M; Letters, orders and instruc 
tions (1754-55, Aug. 11 -Dec. 25), M; 
(1755-56, Dec. 26-Sep. 18), M; memo 
randa respecting Virginia colonial mili 
tia (1756, Apr-May), M; memorandum 
of minutes of Virginia council to raise 
troops, 1, 60; meteorological record 
(1760, Jan. 1-Apr. 11), M; negroes and 
stock at Claiborne's, 12, 1586; oath of 



conformity to the Established Church, 
11, 1354; order from Col. Stanwix, 5, 
622; order on Bank of England, 10, 
1265; overseers, 14, 1816a, 1819& see also 
under Agreements; pedigree, 1, 6; plans 
of Forts Cumberland and Loudoun, 5, 
566-72; plantation at Claiborne's, 12, 
1586; poems (in diary, 1747, Mar. 11- 
Apr. 13), M; poll of Frederick County, 

10, 1253; power of attorney to Mc- 
Mickan, 13, 1670; receipt to, 5, 627; 
regiment, 9, 1169; regimental accounts, 
1, 84, 85; regimental return, 5, 600; re 
port of guard at Raystown, 9, 1166; re 
turns, 1, 30, 43, 60, 62, 63, 95, 99, 124; 2, 
238, 264; 3, 278, 282, 283; 4, 461, 497, 
506, 507, 520; 5, 565, 583, 600, 609, 675; 
6, 709, 732, 771, 796; 7, 828, 848, 855; 9, 
1194, 1200, 1202; roll of officers and sol 
diers before the battle of Great Mead 
ows, 1, 45, 57; Rules of Civility, (1745?) 
M; School copy books (1745), M; (1747), 
M; servant, indentured, 11, 1460; 14, 
1770, 1784, 1811-13; 15, 1873; speech to 
Captain Johnny, 5, 577; speech to the 
Catawbas, 7, 835;. speech to the Chero- 
kees, 6, 754, 794; speech to the Tusca- 
rora chiefs, 4, 460; survey notes and 
memoranda (1747, Mar. 11-Apr. 13), 
M; (1749, July-Nov.), M; (1749-50, 
Nov. 2-Nov. 3), M; (1750-52, Nov. 6- 
Apr. 6), M; taxes, 10, 1314, 1315; tith- 
ables, 10, 1306, 1314, 1315, 1321; 11, 
1340, 1354, 1359, 1382, 1412, 1439; 12, 
1499; 13, 1697; 15, 1875; tobacco crop 
account, 10, 1293, 1295; tobacco sales; 

11, 1349; votes for, 8, 1047; 10, 1253, 
1266-68; Warm Springs trip, 11, 1380; 
warrant to act as president of a general 
court martial, 9, 1168; warrant to con 
vene general courts martial, 6, 693; 
wheat sale, 10, 1323a; youthful letters 
(1747, Mar. 11-Apr. 13), M. 

Washington, Henry, land grant to daugh 
ters of (1674), M. 

Washington, John, will, 1, 14. 

Washington, John Augustine, Letter to, 
16, 1966. 

Washington, Katherine (1674), M. 

Washington, Lawrence (Grandfather of 
George), will, 1,16. 

Washington, Lawrence, (Brother of 
George), opinions on will of, 1,88,89; 
will, 1, 25. Letter to,l, 24a. 



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Washington, Lund, 12, 1501a; 14, 1769a 
goods shipped to, 14, 1714; tithables, 
11, 1412, 1439; 12, 1499; 13, 1697. 
Letters to, 10,1313; 11, 1355; 13, 1640. 

Washington, Martha, funds in Bank of 
England, 15, 1860; order on Bank of 
England, 10, 1265; shoes for, 13,1673. 
Letters, 13, 1596a, 1612. Letter to, 14, 
1711. 

Washington, Penelope (1674), M. 

Washington Family, arms and crest, 1, 1; 
genealogy, 1, 2-6, 15. 

Waters, Thomas, receipt, 7, 933. 

Watson, James, 7, 813, 825. 

Webb , Isaac, agreement, 14, 1784. 

Webster & Son, London merchants. Mem 
orandum to, 13, 1610. 

Weedon, George, Ensign, First Virginia 
colonial militia regiment, 6, 766; 7, 837; 
receipts, 1, 126; 2, 181; returns, 2, 171. 

Weedon, George and Others, Letter, 16, 
1987. 

West, Charles ofLoudoun County, Virginia. 
Letter to, 11, 1427. 

West, Hugh, vote for, 8, 1047. 

West, John, Letters to, 15, 1846, 1848, 
1850, 1906. 

West, John, jr., Lieut., First Virginia 
colonial militia regiment. Return, 1 , 42 . 
Letter to, 11,1391. 

West, William, account, 7, 912. 

West Indies, goods shipped to, by Wash 
ington, 13, 1618. 

Westmoreland County, Virginia, enlist 
ments, 3, 370. 

Wheat, agreement for sale of Washing 
ton's, 10, 1323a. 

Willett, Edward, account, 7, 905. 

Williams, Charles, certificate of enlist 
ment, 5, 661. 

Williams, John, Lieut., First Virginia 
colonial militia regiment, receipt, 2, 228; 
returns, 2, 174, 213. 

Williams, Walter, certificate of enlist 
ment, 6, 706. 

Williamsburg, Virginia, militia, 10, 1239. 

Willoughby, John, Major, Norfolk County, 
Virginia, militia. List of enlistments, 
3, 362. 

Wills, , of Durham, England. Letter 

to, 11, 1395. 

Wills, 1, 13, 14, 16, 21, 25. 

Wilper (Woelpper), John David, Sergt., 
First Virginia colonial militia regiment. 



Court of inquiry on, 5, 628; returns, 5, 
658; 9, 1139. Letters, 9, 1135; 14, 1818. 

Winchester, Virginia, 5, 658; court of 
inquiry at, 2,258, 259; expenses of 
expedition at, 2, 214; fort at, 3, 297; 
returns of troops, supplies, etc., at, 
1,60; 2, 160; 3, 322; 4, 444, 527, 547; 
Washington's expense at, 2, 214. 

Withers, William, list of officers of First 
Virginia regiment, 6, 684. Letters 
2,268; 3,316. 

Wodrow, Alexander, account against 
Washington, 8, 1051. 

Woelpper, John David see Wilper. 

Wolf, Jacob, deposition, 8, 943. 

Wood, John, servant indentures, 14, 1762- 
66. 

Wood, James, Letter to, 13, 1681. 

Wood, J., Letter, 8,1005. Letter to, 8, 
1067. 

Wood, Valentine, certificate, 5, 660. 

Woodford, William, Ensign, First Vir 
ginia colonial militia, 6, 750, 768; 7, 
840, 870, 873, 879; rank, 10, 1219. Let 
ter, 8, 941. 

Woodrow, Alexander, duel, 7, 853. 

Woodward, Henry, Capt., First Virginia 
colonial militia regiment. Account, 2, 
177; returns, 2, 175; 3,410; 4,435,456, 
473, 495, 505, 512; 6, 728, 729, 760. Let 
ter, 4, 545. 

Woodward, W., Capt., First Virginia 
colonial militia regiment, returns, 9, 
1195, 1196. 

Work, Patrick, Lieut, col, Third bat 
talion, Pennsylvania militia regiment, 
return, 9, 1167. 

Wright, George, 6, 803. 

Wynne, Charles, certificate of enlistment, 
5, 662. 

Wythe, George, legal opinion, 14, 1769. 
Letter to, 14, 1743. 



Y. 



Yates, Charles, Letter, 16, 1988. 

Youghiogany River, Washington and 
Simpson's venture on, 13, 1671. 

Young, Margaret, account, 7, 899, 900. 

Young Warrior, CheroJcee Indian chief, pro 
visions for Indians under command of, 
5, 658. 

Z. 



Zieten, 



Letter, 13, 1624. 



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