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Pearis' Parole


I do hereby acknowledge myself to be a Prisoner of war on parole to His Excellency the Commander in Chief of the American forces and that I am thereby engaged until I shall be exchanged to remain within the British Lines and that I will not in the mean time do or cause to be done anything prejudicial to the success of the American Arms, or have intercourse or correspondence with the Enemies of the United States.

Witness my hand this 8th Day [of] June 1781-

Capt. W.F. Loyts.

   Geo: Carrington
      Cort. P.L.D.

Great Britain, Public Record Office, Audit Office, Class 13, Volume 93, page 616.

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