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Inclosed you have the Certificates for Captns Pashke, De Mercellan & Le Roy returned, with my Seal & Signature; but if I recollect right, they must be countersigned by the Secretary General to give them validity. They only came to my hands yesterday, or you should have had them sooner. With great esteem I am—Dr Sir Yr Most Obedt Servt ALS , owned (1979) by Mr. Steve Barnett, Provo, Utah; LB ,...
His Excellency is consenting to your sending Lt Armstrong after the deserters to Fish Kill—should you think the object worth the expense but wishes at the same time in order to avoid further expense on this head that you would take proper measures before his setting out to inform yourself whether there may not be deserters from the rest of the line at or near the same place. You will be...
I have received your Letter of the 28th Ulto and am sorry to find that you suppose the business of sending on the Drafts nearly over. If this is the case, and of which you can judge much better than I, you have my permission to return to Camp. However as you went to Philadelphia on the requisition of the State for an Officer to superintend the forwarding the Drafts, and as not near the small...
You, with the five Gentlemen, appointed to attend you, will repair to Philada for the purpose of receiving and forwarding the Levies of Pennsylvania to the Army—When you arrive at Philada you will be enabled to judge from the number then collected and from the advices you will receive from the president in what time the whole will probably be assembled. I would wish you so to divide them that...