I have now finished LVVA, fond 7349, op. 1, vol. 292 and ended up at roughly 200 documents. Next in line is vol. 293, which basically contains a lot of loose material from 1700 (a a few older ones). Most of them are of Livonian origin, but there are a few others. One is from the Duke of Holstein and dated Stockholm 12 March 1700. Duke Frederick informs Dahlbergh that the King has decided to send a few good officers to Riga, among them Col. Axel von Wangersheim. A month later Wangersheim writes from Pernau, informing Dahlbergh of his intention to try and get through to Riga despite the presence of Saxon patrols. This voulme also contains a few letters from Henrik Haij, the garrison commander at Kokenhusen.