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Saint John's Volunteers
Report of the Inspector General

Extract of the Report of the Inspector General of Provincial Forces, to the Deputy Adjutant General, New York, 9th April 1781

The Inspector presents sundry Memorials and requests to have His Excellency The Commander in Chief's commands respecting them.

Captain CALLBECK's of the St. John's Volunteers, praying his Company may be continued, and that they may be paid as the Provincial troops, from the time they engaged in the Service.


My orders to reduce it have been sent, and received.

A true Copy from the Original
D. A. Genl.

New York
25th Decr. 1782

Great Britain, Public Record Office, Headquarters Papers of the British Army in America, PRO 30/55/6543.

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