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Soldiers in the regular service to be allowed Hunting-Shirts, Leggins, and Bindings for their Hats, by the publick


A Representation from Lieutenant-Colonel Christian, of the First Regiment, was presented to the Convention and read, setting forth that a number of Soldiers, at the time of their enlistment, had been promised by their Officers that they should be supplied, at the publick expense, with Hunting-shirts and Leggings; that he has strongly recommended to the Soldiers to provide themselves with


uniform clothing, such as Shirts, Leggings, and bound Hats, which they have generally done; and submitting it to the Convention whether the expense thereof should not be paid by the publick.