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9 April 1777. Peter Grant, n.p., to Leven Powell, Loudoun Co., Va.

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Author: Grant, Peter
Abstract: Is sending the bearer of the letter to Dumfries for a uniform, in order to keep him away from the other troops, because he has had small pox; hopes that men in uniform will, help the recruiting process, which is not going very well; one new recruit lost two fingers from his left hand and wants to be discharged; doesn't want to travel too far to recruit in case he brings small pox home, since his wife is "under inoculation"..
Issued Date: 1777-04-09
URI: https://hdl.handle.net/10288/23165
Citation: Leven Powell Papers, Special Collections Research Center, Swem Library, College of William and Mary.

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