George Washington Papers

General Orders, 5 July 1778

General Orders

Head Quarters Brunswick Landing [N.J.] July 5th 1778.

Parole Paris—C. Signs Peace. Plenty.

The Right Wing of the Army is to march at three ôClock tomorrow morning under the Command of Majr General Baron de Steuben—The Route, halting places and Encampments will be given by the Qr Mastr Genl.

Any Officers of the Right Wing who may have Evidence to give to the Court Martial sitting for the trial of Major General Lee are to remain in Camp that they may attend.

The Park of Artillery is to move with the Right Wing. The sick of the Right Wing are to be sent to the Barracks in the City of Brunswick this Evening. All Invalids who are able to march with the Army and carry their Arms not to be sent—Three Commissioned Officers from the Wing are to be left to superintend the sick which shall be left.

Varick transcript, DLC:GW.

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