Head Quarters, Cambridge, Novr 24th 1775
Parole Newport.Countersign Providence
Capt. William Hubbel of Col. Webbs Regiment, tried at a late General Court Martial for “behaving in a low, scandalous, and unofficerlike manner”—The Court having acquitted the prisoner—The General orders him to be released.1
Capt. Gray of Col. Brewers Regiment, tried at a General Court Martial, whereof Col. Enoch Poor was president, for “dissuading the Soldiers from inlisting, therein acting the part of Tory & Enemy to his country”—The Court thinking proper to acquit the prisoner—The General orders him to be released.2
Varick transcript, DLC:GW.
1. William Gaylord Hubbell served in the 7th Connecticut Regiment from 6 July to 23 Dec. 1775.
2. Isaac Gray commanded a company in Col. Jonathan Brewer’s Massachusetts regiment.