Lee Letter: b238

Lee Letter: b238 Sender: Richard Henry Lee Recipient: George Weedon Chantilly July 1st. 1781My dear GeneralBy a letter that accompanies this you will see that I had written to you with design that my letter should go by Colo. Nelson, but the Colonel had left Leeds...

Lee Letter: b236

Lee Letter: b236 Sender: Richard Henry Lee Recipient: George Weedon June 25th. 1781My dear GeneralAgreeable to your call the one half of our militia are ordered to march tomorrow, amounting to 259 men rank & file, better armed and supplied in other respects than...

Lee Letter: b233

Lee Letter: b233 Sender: Richard Henry Lee Recipient: George Weedon June 7th. 1781.Dear GeneralImmediately on receipt of your letter last saturday I dispatched messengers to call our militia together on monday last – and your letter was forwarded to the Officers...

Lee Letter: b231

Lee Letter: b231 Sender: Richard Henry Lee Recipient: George Weedon June 2d. 1781. 9 oClock saturdaySir,I have received your letter of yesterday by Express, and shall immediately call our whole Militia together and draw out one half of the armed men – I suppose...

Lee Letter: b230

Lee Letter: b230 Sender: Richard Henry Lee Recipient: George Weedon June the 1st. 1781Dear GeneralYour favor of yesterday is this moment delivered to me and I will transmit the original to the next County Lieutenant to be read & forwarded – I judge that the...

Lee Letter: n401

Lee Letter: n401 Sender: Francis Lightfoot Lee Recipient: George Weedon York Town March 31. 1778Dear SirI am sorry to inform you that the report of the board of Genl. Officers was sent by the Comtee, to Congress, & is agreed to. I laid the whole matter before...