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Letter to Alexander Martin
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December 14, 1781
Volume 15, Page 670

TO GOVERNOR MARTIN.

Warren Co., Dec. 14th, '81.

Dear Sir:

I recd. your very obliging letter by favor of Tilman Dixon. You have my hearty concurrence for such of the Officers of the Continental Line of this State, for ( . . . . . . . . . . . . ) Capt. Dixon, a ( . . . . . . . . . . . . ) in Camp, Lt. Marshall being of the first Regiment, also takes command. There is some few who acts in the Staff, Commy. of Stores, to the Brig., &c., and such as are assigned to districts, for the purpose of receiving drafts, delinquents & apprehending of deserters, cannot be allowed to leave their several appointments & stations ordered.

I am, Sir, very desirous to see you on my Way to meet ye Council. Should it not be convenient to call on me, I will ( . . . . . . . . ) my best.