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Loyal Refugee Volunteers
Response to Address

Commandant's House
New York, October 3, 1781.

THE humble Address of his Majesty's dutiful and Loyal Subjects, the Refugees, stationed on Bergen Neck, has been received by his Royal Highness.

His Royal Highness has seen with pleasure the loyal sentiments contained in the address, and Rear-Admiral DIGBY will take care to make them known to his Majesty.


To the Commanding Officer of the Loyal
Refugees, stationed on Bergen Neck

[The above Address was presented by Major WARD, and his Officers, who defended the Refugee Block House, on Hudson's River, the 21st of July, 1781.]

The New-York Gazette and the Weekly Mercury, October 8th, 1781.

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