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On the forwarding of muster records and pay books

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CollectionNational Archives and Records Administration: Ltrs Sent, J Howell, Comm. Accounts, RG93 view image
Document Information
Date January 14, 1785
Author Name Jonathan White (primary) Location: Annapolis
Recipient Name Joseph Howell (primary)
Summary Discusses arrangements to forward muster records and pay books
Document Format Author's Letterbook Copy
Document Notes [not available]
Content Notes [not available]
Related Persons/Groups Joseph Howell; Jonathan White; The German Regiment; Captain Joseph Smith; Richmond; deranged officers;
Related Places Annapolis; Annapolis; Baltimore;
Keywords period; musters; settlement; stage; pay books; opportunity; interest; deranged officers' commutation certificates;
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19 Annapolis January 14th. 1785
Dear Sir
The Period has arrived in which [undescribable} the musters of the Gorman Regiment so necessarying his Sttlemen, it leads me to bed you would be so good as to have them assorted as soon as this arrives, and sent by the Stage to the care of Capt Jos. Smith in Baltimore - friend Richmond likewise begs you to send his old pay books by the same opportunity - It's not the Interest of Deranged officers Commutation Certificates to commence 23 March 1783 Jos. Howell Junr.
Jno White