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Proposals made to the non-commissioned officers and soldiers of the Pennsylvania Line, at Trenton, January 7, 1781: His Excellency Joseph Reed, Esquire, President, and the Honourable Brigadier-General Potter, of the Council of Pennsylvania, having heard the complaints of the soldiers ... are fully authorized to redress reasonable grievances
PennsylvaniaSupreme Executive Council.Reed, Joseph1741-1785Potter, James1729-1789
Shipton & Mooney
Pay, allowances, etcRecruiting, enlistment, etcHistoryAmerican forces
1 sheet ( p.) ; 33 x 22 cm.
Concessions made to the units of the Pennsylvania Line who had mutinied on January 1, 1781, at Morristown, N.J.
Signed: Jos. Reed, James Potter.
N-YHS copy has "Trenton" corrected to "Princeton" in manuscript; fabric lining.