Below is a list of letters sent by Governor General Dahlbergh on a fairly typical day (20 July 1701):
1. Order to Lt Col. Zöge to hand over equipment from the stores in Dorpat to Lt. Col. Wrangel and Lt. Col. Hastfehr.
2. Letter to Inspector Järmestedt about an offer of 50 oak planks made by the Town Councillor Rennenkampf.
3. Letter to the Town Council of Riga about quarters for Col. Brakel and his unit.
4. To Paul von Strokirch about provisions.
5. To the district bailiff Falckenhagen about going to Kokenhusen to make an inventory.
6. Permission for Cornelius de Geus to load his ship and sail.
7. To district bailiff Falckenhagen.
8. To Lt. Col. Zöge about the printed account of His Majesty’s great victory.
9. Reply to Col. Brakel’s memorial.
10. To Lt. Field Marshal De la Gardie regarding Wrangel’s battalion of militia.
11. To Inspector Järmerstädt about masts for England and Holland.
12. Passport for Mohrman to go to Neustädtchen.
13. To Inspector Järmerstädt about two merchants from Lübeck.
Source: LVVA, fond 7349, op. 1, vol. 53