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General Orders


Head-Quarters, Cambridge, February 13, 1776.

(Parole, Litchfield.) (Countersign, Coventry.)

The Regiments of Militia lately arrived Roxbury and Cambridge, are immediately to be furnished with fifteen rounds of powder and ball per man. The Adjutant-General will, upon application, give orders upon the Commissary-General for that quantity. The Regiments now at Roxbury may apply to Major-General Ward, who will give orders accordingly.

Captain Peleg Wadsworth is appointed Aid-de-camp to Major-General Ward during the absence of Samuel Osgood, Esq.