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Monsieur Viart, a Prisoner, sent to Worcester


His Excellency General Washington having signified to this Committee that they send Monsieur Viart to the Town of Worcester,

Resolved, That a Post immediately proceed with said Viart to Worcester; and that Mr˙ Devens provide a horse for that purpose.

Resolved, That the Committee of Correspondence in the Town Worcester are hereby required and directed to take into their custody Monsieur Viart, a Frenchman; that they suffer him on his parole to have the liberty to walk for his health to a convenient distance about the Town, but to guard against his escape till they shall receive further orders on this subject, either from the General or this Committee.