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1[Diary entry: 12 March 1780] (Washington Papers)
12th. Snowing & hailing in the Night, with the Wind fresh from the No. East. In the Morning the ground was covered about two Inches deep. The wind continuing in the same place was accompanied by a rain and mist the whole day. In the evening it cleared the wind having shifted to the Westwd.
2General Orders, 12 March 1780 (Washington Papers)
The regimental Cloathiers of Hazen’s Spencer’s, Angell’s Jackson’s, Webb’s, Sherburne’s and Livingston’s regiments are to attend tomorrow morning at 8 ôclock at the Cloathier General’s store in Morristown to receive their respective proportions of cloathing—Brigadier General Knox will be pleased to appoint a person to attend at the same time and place to receive the proportion of cloathing for...
3General Orders, 12 March 1780 (Washington Papers)
The regimental Cloathiers of Hazen’s Spencer’s, Angell’s Jackson’s, Webb’s, Sherburne’s and Livingston’s regiments are to attend tomorrow morning at 8 ôclock at the Cloathier General’s store in Morristown to receive their respective proportions of cloathing—Brigadier General Knox will be pleased to appoint a person to attend at the same time and place to receive the proportion of cloathing for...
Yours of the 24th ulto reached me yesterday. I imagine from your letter you will be setting out for the Camp by the time this gets to your hands—The scarcity of Field Officers, of whom there are barely sufficient to perform the necessary duties obliges me to request you to join your Regt with as much dispatch as possible. I am &c. DLC : Papers of George Washington.