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Parole of prisoners of war
McNicol, Duncan; Et Al.
January 28, 1777
Volume 11, Page 370

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[From MS. Records in Office of Secretary of State.]

A copy.


In Committee of Salisbury.


Jan'y 28. 1777.

These are to certify that Duncan Nicol, Hugh Fraser, Alex Chisholm, Angs. Cameron, Lach. MacDonald, Hector McQuarrie, Walter Cunningham, Duncan MacDougall, Alen. McDonald, David Donaldson, Jas. Fraser, Niel MacNicol—prisoners of war from the neighboring State of South Carolina have been on Parole in this town and within ten miles Y. of for upwards of ten weeks—during which time they have behaved themselves agreeable to their Parole, and that they are now removed to Halifax by order of the commanding officer of the District, in order to be forwarded to the northward agreeable to order of Congress

(Signed)
DUNCAN McNICOL, Capt.
HUGH FRASER, Lieut. R. H. E.
ALEX McDONALD, Private.
JAMES FRASER, Private.
DAVID DONALDSON, Private.
NIEL MacNICOL, Private.
ALEX CHISHOLM, Private.
ANGUS CAMERON, Private.
LACH MacDONALD, Private.
HECTOR McQUARRIE. Private.
WALTER CUNNINGHAM, Private.
DUN. McDOUGALL, Ensign.

N. B. The Parole of the prisoners of war above mentd was sent to the Congress at Halifax, at their last sitting. They are now sent under the direction of Capt. Martin Fifer—Certified by orders of Committee at Salisbury this 28 Jan'y, 1777.

(Signed)
MAX CHAMBERS, Chr. Com.