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Letter from Colonel Levi Pawling


A Letter from Colonel Levi Pawling, of Marbletown, was read and filed, and is in the words following, to wit:

"Marbletown, December 14, 1775.

"GENTLEMEN: Yours of the 17th October I have received. In answer to which I have given orders to the regiment I have the honour to command, that whenever the alarm shall be given, they muster, according to desire, equipped and with provision, in Marbletown, the place of my residence; which is, gentlemen, from your assured friend and humble servant, LEVI PAWLING.

"To the President of the Honourable Provincial Congress,"