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Letter from General Ward to the Massachusetts Congress, requesting he may be furnished with Enlisting Orders immediately. [1775-04-24] Ward, Artemas, General. [S4-V2-p0384] [Document Details][Complete Volume]


General Ward to the Massachusetts Congress

Page v2:384

GENERAL WARD TO THE MASSACHUSETTS CONGRESS .

Head Quarters, April 24, 1775.

GENTLEMEN: My situation is such, that if I have not enlisting orders immediately I shall be left all alone. It is impossible, to keep the men here, excepting something be done. I therefore pray that the plan may be completed and handed to me this gentlemen of the Congress, issue orders for enlisting men. I am, gentlemen, yours, &c.

A. WARD.

To the Hon. the Delegates of the Provincial Congress.



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