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A general order will issue this day directing all the officers of the cavalry such part of the Artillery as have not received the benefit of state provision, the officers of the 16 additional Regiments and of the military staff which do not belong to the line of particular states, to apply to you for their respective proportions of the cloathing in your hands which you are to issue on the...
[ West Point ] July 22, 1779 . Instructs Geary to supply troops with clothing. Df , in writing of H, George Washington Papers, Library of Congress. Geary was the deputy clothier general in the Northern Department.
Yr favr of yesterdays date I have received & must refer you, for the issuing the several articles in yr possession to a general order which I transmitted to you from West point, two or three days past —It may be well to remind you, that more than one pr of overall must not be issued to a Soldier, untill each has recd, that quantity. I am Sr Yr Mo. Obet svt Df , in Richard Kidder Meade’s...
West Point, June 19, 1779. Encloses general order for regulating further drafts of clothing. Df , in writing of H, George Washington Papers, Library of Congress. Geary was assistant clothier.
On the 18th Instant I wrote you, requesting that you would send 5000 Shirts and five Thousand pair of Shoes as soon as possible to this Camp and I have to day directed Several Orders to be drawn upon you for sundry Articles for the Troops under the command of Genl J. Clinton. If you should not have Shirts and Shoes sufficient to comply with that Order and those of to day—the latter in favor of...
I request that you will send 5000 Shirts and five thousand pair of Shoes, as soon as possible to this camp. The public service demands them—and, that they should be here without a moments loss of time. You will apply to the Quarter Master Colo. Hay, for as many Waggons as may be necessary. If it should happen that you have not the number of Shirts required—you will send what there are; and if...