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Liveblogging the American Revolution: September 8, 1778: General Orders,

George Washington: _[General Orders][]_: >Head-Quarters W. Plains Tuesday Septr 8th 1778. >Parole Oakingham—C. Signs Orton Onslow. >The Colonels and Commanding Officers of Corps are to cause Company rolls to be made out with all possible expedition, comprehending the names of their men actually in the Field, on Command and in...
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