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    1Memorandum, 3–4 June 1756 (Washington Papers)
    Thomas Sword and Edward Evans, two Soldiers enlisted by Captain Gist, upon being proved to be Servants belonging to John Clarke, in Baltimore-County, Maryland, are discharged from the Service. LB , DLC:GW . John Clarke may be the John Clark who became minister of Bethel Congregation in Upper Node Forest, Baltimore County, Md., in 1769. Thomas Sword and Edward Evans have not been identified.
    23 Thurdsday. (Adams Papers)
    Heard Mr. Maccarty preach the Lecture, drank Tea with him, and spent the Evening at the Majors.
    Printed in Votes and Proceedings of the House of Representatives , 1755–1756 (Philadelphia, 1756), p. 99. Governor Morris issued a proclamation, April 14, declaring war on the Delaware and other Indians confederated with them. This action badly undercut Sir William Johnson’s policy of maintaining friendship with the Pennsylvania Indians through their supposed obedience to the great council of...
    4Orders, 3 June 1756 (Washington Papers)
    A Court Martial to sit immediately for trial of Green, John Hamilton, Matthew Fling, Timothy Conner, and David McJennet —Prisoners in the Guard-House—Matthew Bond, Henry Fury, and Arthur Conway; confined upon suspicion of being Spies, are to be Discharged. LB , DLC:GW . There was a John Hamilton in Thomas Cocke’s company on 13 July 1756. A 20–year-old weaver from Ireland, Hamilton came into...