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Page 667 of George Rogers Clark papers, 1771-1784 / edited with introduction and notes by James Alton James. (vol. 1)

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LIST OF DOCUMENTS George Rogers Clark to Joseph Reed, August 4, 1781: Mar- shall, Cook and Davis prevent enlistment of troops- Indian hostilities .................................... 579 John Bailey to George Slaughter, August 6, 1781: defeat of Coulson-weakness of Detroit-lack of supplies at Vin- cennes due to loss of credit ........................... 581 Deposition of James Ballinger, August 6, 1781: Ballinger taken to Detroit as prisoner-strength of garrison at the Falls of the Ohio-fortification of Detroit-fear of Clark's attack prevents invasion of Kentucky-treatment of Indians by the British ............................... 581 George Rogers Clark to Archibald Lochry, August 9, 1781: desertions of militia-Clark instructs Lochry as to place of meeting .......................................... 583 George Rogers Clark to Major Cracraft, August 10, 1781: Cracraft instructed to await arrival of Lochry ........... 584 John Floyd to George Rogers Clark, August 10, 1781: de- fenseless condition of Jefferson County-expense in- curred in the building of canoes ........ ................ 584 John Montgomery to Thomas Nelson, August 10, 1781: abandonment of Fort Jefferson-lack of supplies at Falls of Ohio-Montgomery requests investigation of his past conduct ............................................ 585 John Montgomery to Thomas Nelson, August 10, 1781: T. Quirk sent to Virginia to obtain relief for the Falls of the Ohio ............................................... 586 George Slaughter to Thomas Nelson, August 17, 1781: lack of supplies at Falls of the Ohio-bill of exchange in favor of B. Price ......................................... 587 William Croghan to Colonel Davies, August 18,1781: exchange of Croghan not effected-Clark sets out on expedition- boundary dispute between Virginia and Pennsylvania prevents enlistment of troops ......................... 588 Colonel John Gibson to George Rogers Clark, August 20, 1781: Gibson plans to join Clark-Washington captures New York-La Fayette hems in Cornwallis ............. 590 667