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The Commander in Chief is pleased to Order that compleat suits of Uniform Clothing, shall be immediately issued to the two Regts of New Hampshire agreeably to the Returns which will be made by them—It is also His Excellency’s desire that you will assort the Clothing to be issued into different sizes, in such manner as will be most benificial to the Public, & convenient for fitting the several...
You are to issue the Cloathing now in your hands for officers and contained in the inventory which you have furnished in the following manner—To the Officers of the North Carolina Regiments—to those of the Mustering Auditors and Pay Master Generals departments—to the Hospital Surgeons—to The Field Commissary of Military Stores and his deputies—To the Judge Advocate and such of his assistants...
It is the Commander in Chiefs pleasure that you issue five hundred Woolen Caps, five hundred Socks & five hundred pr of Mitts to Capt. Ten Eyck Pay Mastr of Col. Willets Regt for the use of that, & Col. Olney Regt—also such other articles as you may have in store.which are wanted by the Regt: the same to be delivered on account, & proper vouchers Recd for the whole, when the Cloathing is...
The Regimental pay Master and Cloathier of Colo. Weisenfelds Regt will apply to you for a supply of Cloathing for that Regt. You will deliver him a suit of Clothes pr man—two shirts—two pair of stockings and two pair of shoes each if your stock will admit of it, as they are going to a distant post and will not have another opportunity of drawing before Spring. I am &c. DLC : Papers of George...
It will be essential to the Public service, to furnish a Corps of 500 Men with the following Articles of Clothing Vizt for each non Commissioned Officer and Private. One Blanket Great Coat, or good Watch Coat. One Waist Coat with Sleeves (or Uniform Coat.) One Vest. One pr Woolen Overalls. One pr Breeches. two pr Stockings. One pr Socks. One Woolen Cap. One pr Mits. two Shirts. two pr Shoes,...
West Point, September 22, 1779. Sends instructions for distribution of clothing, tea, and pepper. Df , in writing of H, George Washington Papers, Library of Congress. Brooks was assistant clothier general.
I enclose you Extracts of Observations made by the Clerks of Accounts &c. on the Accounts of the Contractors respecting Issues—You will be pleased to state the matter, so far as it relates to your Agency in the Departmt for the satisfaction of those concern’d properly, & in order to shew that no more provisions have be en drawn than were necessary for the intended purposes. I am Sir your Most...
You will be pleased upon receipt of this to pack up the clothing in your charge, and have it removed as soon as possible to Germantown near Pluckimin. Upon application to the Quarter master he will order you the necessary assistance on the occasion. You are at all times to hold yourself in readiness for a further removal of the Stores, should the enemy make any attempt to penetrate that part...