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Orders from Richard Caswell to [John Herritage?] concerning the troops of the North Carolina State Legion
Caswell, Richard, 1729-1789
June 07, 1779
Volume 14, Page 111

GOV. CASWELL TO COMM'D'G OFFICER STATEREGT.
[From Executive Letter Book.]

Camp, Fort Caswell, 7th June, 1779.

The commanding officer of the State Regiment is required to discharge the Militia men under his command, so soon as they have respectively served three months, and give me the earliest intelligence of such discharge that their places may be supplied. He is also required to call upon the commanding officers of the respective Militia Regiments in the District of New Bern to furnish the men lately drafted. He will furnish a Guard of a commanding officer and twelve men at least to convey the Prisoners taken by Capt. Gaskill to Smithfield, in Johnston County, and to send them to that place as soon as practicable. The officer is to call on me or Col. Leech for orders in this particular.

R. CASWELL.