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Article from the Pennsylvania Journal concerning the movements of the Continental Army
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August 25, 1777
Volume 11, Page 756

[From Diary of the American Revolution vol. 1. page 486.]

August 25, 1777.

Yesterday morning (Sunday) part of the Continental army, amounting to about ten thousand men, with his Excellency General Washington at their head, marched through Philadelphia, and proceeded over the Schuylkil to the southward. This day General Nash's brigade of North Carolinians and Colonel Proctor's regiment of artillery have also passed through the city, and are to pursue the same route in order to join our most illustrious general.

New York Journal, September 15

Pennsylvania Journal, August 27.