George Washington Papers

Orders, 1–9 October 1756


Parole: Hanover.

[1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 October 1756]
Winchester Friday 1st October 1756.

Parole: Marlborough.

Winchester, Saturday 2d October, 1756.

The men to parade to-morrow morning as usual, for Divine Service. Lieutenant Baker with his Detachment to march at the Revilé beating to-morrow morning.

Parole: Norwalk.

Winchester, Sunday 3d October, 1756.

Parole: Ontario.

Winchester, Monday 4th October, 1756.

Parole: Portobello.

Winchester, Tuesday 5th October, 1756.

Parole: Quebeck.

Winchester, Wednesday 6th October, 1756.

Parole: Reading.

Winchester, Thursday 7th October, 1756.

A Return to be made out of the Virginia Regiment, with every Officer, appointment, and pay, or any other allowances they may have; with the number of men in each company. As it is to be transmitted to The Right Honble the Earl of Loudon; it is expected, that it will be very exact.1

Parole: Samaria.

Winchester, Friday 8th October, 1756.

Parole: Farrington.

Winchester, Saturday 9th October 1756.

The men to parade at 10 o’clock to-morrow morning, to attend Divine Service.

LB, DLC:GW. See the source line note, Orders, 29 Sept. 1756.

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