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Letter from Robert Dinwiddie to Arthur Dobbs
Dinwiddie, Robert, 1693-1770
August 26, 1756
Volume 05, Page 609

[Reprinted from Dinwiddie Papers. Vol. 2. p. 490.]
Governor Dinwiddie to Governor Dobbs.

Aug. 26th, 1756.

Sir:

Enclos'd I send You a L're from London w'ch came under my Cover. I have a L're from Major Lewis, among the Cherokees. He has finish'd the fort I sent him to build for them, and that much to their Satisfaction, and with't the least Assistance from So. Carolina. I daily expect 150 Cherokees to our Assistance, and I am preparing Necessaries for them.

No news from No'w'd. I hope our Forces will have Success ag'st Crown Point. Various News in regard to Minorca and the Engagem't of Adm'l Bying with the french; that nothing of Certainty yet perspires.

Y'r Ex's most ob'd't h'ble Serv't.