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No officer or soldier shall do violence, or offer any insult, or abuse, to any person
who shall bring provisions, or other necessaries, to the camp or quarters of the
continental army; any officer or soldier so offending, shall, upon complaint being
Continental Congress ... That the appointment of provost-martial, waggon-master,
and master carpenter, be left to the commander in chief of the army, who is to fix
their pay, having ... William Tuder, esq. was elected judge advocate of the army.
Continental Congress ... Iłesolved, That an order for 2,500 dollars be drawn on
the treasurers in favor of Mr. Alsop, Mr. Lewis, and Mr. Sherman, to enable them
to pay for the shoes purchased by them for the northern army. Resolved, That a ...
Resolved, That Mr. Trumbull, the commissary-general, be directed to provide and
forward to general Schuyler, 2000 barrels of pork, with all possible despatch, for
the use of the continental army in Canada, and that the said commissary be ...
Continental Congress ... be postponed. f Resolved, #. the sum of 1200 dollars be
advanced to the commissioners appointed to audit and settle the accounts of the
army at New-York, and in the northern department; they to be accountable.
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