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General Orders


Head-Quarters, Cambridge, August 11, 1775.

(Parole, Tunbridge.)

(Countersign, Squanturn.)

Complaints having been made by the inhabitants to the east of Watertown, that their gardens are robbed, their fields laid waste, and fences destroyed, any person who shall for the future be detected in such flagitious, wicked practices, will be punished without mercy.

The Commander-in-Chief has been pleased to appoint Stephen Moylan, Esq˙, to be Muster-Master General to the Army of the United Colonies. He is in all things touching his duty as Muster-Master General, to be considered and obeyed as such.