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Your favor of this date is just received—I know not who has the Direction of the shad fishery; & if I did have no authority to put the Business in a new train. The Pettiaugers I can order to be got ready to sail at a moment’s warning: and for the security of the fish against the accident you mention (which however can scarcely happen) each boat may take & keep on board a barrel or two of...
By the resolve of Congress of Novemr 10th 1780, the Commander in Chief is to determine what horses are "absolutely necessary" to be retained for public use with the troops. I have therefore made out the following list on which you will be pleased to obtain his Excellency’s decision. At the posts in the highlands No. of horses allowed General Heath & family General Howe & family General Parsons...