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I am directed by Major-General Greene to request you will be pleased to furnish fifty men as an escort to some wagons with clothing, waiting at Laurens Ferry for the purpose. The General desires you will, as early as possible, furnish him with a return of the men you have, specifying the number, how they are armed, and how many days it will take you to join this army, after your receive this order. I am, with respect, your most obdt. humble servant,
J. BURNET, Aide-de-Camp.
- J Burnet
- Documentary History of the American Revolution Consisting of Letters and Papers Relating to the Contest for Liberty, Chiefly in South Carolina, from Originals in the Possession of the Editor, and Other Sources, 1776