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1General Orders, 28 May 1776 (Washington Papers)
Col. Prescott’s Regiment to be mustered at nine O’Clock, Thursday Morning, on their regimental parade. Three men from each regiment in the three Brigades, of Genl Heath, Spencer and Lord Stirling, together with two Subalterns and two Serjeants—to parade at Genl Putnam’s quarters, to morrow morning at six o’clock—these men are to be such as understand rowing. The General Court Martial of which...
I received yours of the 24 Instant with Its several Inclosures and the Letter & Invoice from Genl Ward giving Intelligence of the fortunate capture made by our Armd Vessells, on which event you have my Congratulations. I have wrote Genl Ward as you will see by the Inclosed Letter, which having read, you will Seal and send by post, to Send forward to New York Colo. Putnams demands & also such...
On Saturday morning I was favoured with yours of the 17 Instt, giving the agreable Intelligence of the Important and valuable prize made by the Armed Schooner’s in the Continental service & am hopefull, that If a vigilant lookout is kept, that others not less valuable will fall into our hands. Congress having passed a Resolve respecting this Cargoe as you will see by the Inclosed Copy, I...