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Lieutenant fireworker, thirteen dollars and one-third per do. Serjeant, eight
dollars and one-third per do. Corporal, seven dollars and a half per month. ,
Bombardier, seven dollars per do. Matross, six dollars and five-sixths of a dollar
William Woodford, esq. colonel, Charles Scott, esq. lieutenant-colonel, Alexander
Spottswood, esq. major, of the second battalion. Hugh Mercer, esq. colonel,
George Weedon, esq. lieutenant-colonel, ThoThas Marshal, esq. major, of the
Alexander Martin, esq. colonel, John Patton, esq. lieutenant-colonel, John White,
esq. major, of the second battalion. Jethro Sumner, esq. colonel, William Alston,
esq. lieutenant-colonel, Samuel Lockart, esq. major, of the 3d battalion. Thomas ...
Philemon Griffith, captain: Richard Davis, captain: Thomas Hussey Lucket, first-
lieutenant: Daniel Cressop, first-lieutenant: Adamson Tannehill, second-
lieutenant: . Nieman Tannehill, second-lieutenant: Henry Hardman, third-
lieutenant: Henry ...
John Halliday to be captain, in the room of James Ross, promoted : William
Wilson to be first-lieutenant, John Dougherty to be second lieutenant, and
Benjamin Lyon to be third lieutenant; John Dick to be second lieutenant, in the
room of ...
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