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Letter from Colonel Graham to New-York Congress

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COLONEL GRAHAM TO NEW-YORK CONGRESS.

Horne' s Hook, March 3, 1776.

SIR: The Quartermaster of our regiment having declined serving any longer in that station, the Field-Officers have agreed to recommend Mr˙ James Cock as a person properly qualified for the office. If the honourable Congress should approve of him, I beg that his commission may be made out as speedily as possible, that so necessary an office may not be vacant.

I am, sir, your most obedient servant,

LEWIS GRAHAM, Lieutenant-Colonel.

To Brigadier-General Woodhull.

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