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Resolve for placing a guard of thirty men on Penobscot river


Resolve for placing a Guard of thirty Men on PENOBSCOT River; passed SEPTEMBER 12, 1776.

Resolved, That a guard of thirty men, ten of them to be Indians, be placed on Penobscot River, under the direction of Andrew Gilman, and that there be appointed by this Court to command them, one Lieutenant and one Ensign, and to be on the same establishment with the men raised for the defence of the sea-coast.