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Letter from Isaac Gregory to Richard Caswell
Gregory, Isaac, ca. 1737-1800
July 09, 1779
Volume 14, Pages 149-150

GEN. ISAAC GREGORY TO GOV. CASWELL.
[From Executive Letter Book.]

Camden County, July 9th, 1779.

Sir:

Agreeable to your directioins to me, I have sent dispatches to every Col. in the Edenton Brigade, but have not got the returns

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from all the Counties, notwithstanding the Col. was fully acquainted that the returns ought to have been at Kingston by the fourth this month. What returns I have been able to get, after waiting five or six days longer than I should have done, I have sent by Capt. Russel. You will please to observe that there wants a few Commissions for the County of Camden. You will see enclosed, agreeable to the Court martial returns. The Commissions you'll please to send by Capt. Russel. I should take it as a peculiar favor if I could get the last Acts of Assembly sent by him, as we are entirely at a loss to know how the men is to be drafted; the number of every County's Continental Soldiers enlisted; send with the returns of the Brigade.

I am, Sir,
Your most ob. humb. Serv't,
ISAAC GREGORY.