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Lt Hubart Carter, and Ensn Saml Wells, of the 1st New Hampshire Regt being very desireous for retireing from the service, I am induced from many circumstances to give my consent to their resignations, and beg your Excellency to be pleas’d to grant them their discharges, they having settled their accounts with the Pay Master. I have the Honr to be with highest sentiments of respect. your...
I had the honor of receiving your Excellencies dispatches of the 31st of Janury to this State respecting the recruiting service inclosed in a letter from the Secretery of War addressed to me. The packet addressed to the Honbe President Weare I immediately sent to him. unfortunate for this State, at the last session of the Legislator no measures ware taken for compleating this States quota of...
I have the honour of inclosing to your Excellency an act of this State passd at the last Session of the general Assembly for raising the deficient cies of this States quota of Troops. the delinquent Towns are now begining to exurt them selves in procureing the men, but I have too much reason to fear they will fall far short of compleeting the whole; the State has authorised me to appoint...
being satisfied that the situation of Capn Ellis’s family is such, that his remaining longer in the service must render him & his family (which is large) very unhappy, I am induced to consent to his being discharg’d, if your Excellency should please to do it. I am with all possible respect your Excellencies most obedient & very Humble Servant DNA : RG 93—War Department.