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If any officer should think himself to be wronged by his colonel or the
commanding officer of the regiment, and shall, upon due application made to him
, be refused to be redressed, he may complain to the general or commander in
chief of the ...
The field officers of each and every regiment are to appoint some suitable person
belonging to such regiment, to receive all such fines as may arise within the
same, for any breach of any of the foregoing articles, and shall direct the same to
Leslie, of the 26th regiment, from the 26th April to 11th July, and to Dr.
Huddleston, of the 7th regiment, from the 26th April to the 1st July, as prisoners of
war, 63 dollars: To captain Joseph Spur, of colonel Moore's battalion, for the
The aforegoing articles are to be read and published once in every two months,
at the head of every regiment, troop or company, mustered, or to be mustered in
the service of the United States; and are to be duly observed and exactly obeyed
In Four Volumes ... United States. Continental Congress. ——* Resolved, That
col. James Livingston have leave to recruit his regiment in any of the United
States. A petition. o. Charles Noel Romand, sieur de Lisle, captain in a corps of -o
-, *gs ...
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