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Oliver Ellsworth instructs addressee to pay soldiers returning to camp, January 1776.
[recto]Sir, Pay Capt. John Sedgwick Seven pounds nine Shillings & Eight Pence for Expense of Sundry Such Soldiers in his Company returning from Camp last Campaign as [illegible] charges the colony. [signed by] O Ellsworth (and) Ez. Williams January 29 1776 [verso] Hartford January 30th 1776 Rec'd of Treasurer Lawrence Seven pounds Nine Shillings and Eight Pence being the contents [signed] John Sedgwick [other annotations on verso]
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Oliver Ellsworth, 1776, John Sedgwick. soldiers' pay, pay, soldiers, American Revolution, Revolutionary War
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Ellsworth, Oliver, "Order to pay soldiers, signed by Oliver Ellsworth, January 1776." (1776). Broadus R. Littlejohn, Jr. Manuscript and Ephemera Collection. 103.
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