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Royal Garrison Battalion
Clinton to Terrill

New York August 8th 1779

Dear Sir,

I have received your Letters, and answered most of them; but I find by some strange fatality none of mine to Governor BROWNE, Captain GRANT or yourself have been received.

Captain GRANT’s behaviour requiring Explanasion, I have long since desired him to give up the Command to you & repair to this place;

I take it for granted he will leave Providence immediately, it is therefore necessary that you should remain there ‘till I can Send and Officer to relieve you.

You will find by Lord RAWDON’s Letter in what particular I think Captain GRANT has not conducted himself properly towards Governor BROWNE, and will regulate yourself accordingly.

I am &c.
(Signed)  H[enry] C[LINTON]

Garrison Battalion

University of Michigan, William L. Clements Library, Sir Henry Clinton Papers, Volume 65, item 34.

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