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following return of the prisoners, taken at Forts Montgomery and Clinton, are published for the satisfaction of the public, and particularly for the benefit of their relations; who are requested to deliver such supplies, as they mean to send for the use o
Philadelphia. In Congress, May 21, 1776.
In Congress, May 21, 1776.
I [blank] being made a prisoner of war, by the Army of the Thirteen United Colonies in North-America, do promise and engage, on my word and honour, and on the faith of a gentleman, to depart from hence to [blank] in the province of [blank] being the place
Butler's Victims of Fort St. Philip.
Escape of Private O'Haver to the USS Monticello from a Rebel Ship after Killing the Captain and drowning his comrade, in Cape Hatteras Inlet near Chicamacomico, North Carolina (recto).
Rebel Soldiers Buying U.S. Gold and Treasury Notes from Union Prisoners, Charleston, South Carolina.
[Prisoners at Point Lookout taking the oath of allegiance]
Endorsement of photograph in my father's handwriting.
Brig. Gen'l James Barnes and Staff, Commanding District of St. Mary's, Maryland. Headquarters Point Lookout.