George Washington Papers

Orders, 11–12 August 1756


Parole: Hartford.

[11, 12 August 1756]
Winchester: Wednesday, August 11th 1756.

Parole: Inverness.

Winchester: Thursday, August 12th 1756.

Captain McNiel and Lieutenant Blagg; two Sergeants and thirty rank and file, to parade immediately—The Captain to wait on Colonel Washington for his orders.

A court-martial to sit immediately for trial of Thomas Dunchow;1 and to enquire about some Blankets which were found in some of the country peoples houses.


1There was a Thomas Donnahough in George Mercer’s company who enlisted at Alexandria in 1754.

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