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Letter from Colonel Joseph Reed, Adjutant-General to the New-York Congress. [1776-06-27] [S4-V6-p1434] [Document Details][Complete Volume]


Letter from Colonel Joseph Reed, Adjutant-General to the New-York Congress

Page v6:1434

SIR: John Alner, a citizen of New-York, was taken up this morning alone in a boat near the man-of-war. The circumstances are so suspicious that it was not thought proper to discharge him; but as his political character will be of weight on such an occasion, he is referred to your honourable body to be dealt with.

I am, sir, very respectfully, your obedient humble servant,

JOSEPH REED, Adjutant-General.

To the Hon. the Chairman of the Provincial Congress, New-York.



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