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I am favoured with yours of the 9th Instant. I can so well conceive the Desire that persons in Captivity must feel for Releasment, and a Return to their Friends, that I do not wonder at your anxious Endeavours to procure your own. If Mr Thomas Irving Receiver Genl of South Carolina (who I do not look upon in the military Line) can receive any Assurance from Genl Howe that he will exchange you...
New Windsor [ New York ] February 28, 1781 . Regrets hardships caused by reduction of officers in the new arrangement. States that it is impossible to correct situation. Df , in writing of H, George Washington Papers, Library of Congress. These men were all supernumerary officers of the Pennsylvania line under the arrangement of 1778.
I have received your letter of the 6th Inst. accompanied by one from Col. Atlee of the 10th. I assure you I feel the force of your observations so far as they apply to the general principle of a hardship on the discrimination between the officers reduced by the former and those reduced by the latter arrangement. This difference is certainly unfortunate, for all on whom it fell; but I do not...