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" A field officer from each nation, to wit, British, Anspach, and Hessian, and other officers on parole in the proportion of one to fifty men, to be allowed to reside near their respective regiments and be witnesses of their treatment... "
A History of the Campaigns of the British Forces in Spain and Portugal ... - Page 282
1812
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Memoirs of the War in the Southern Department of the United States

Henry Lee - Southern States - 1827 - 466 pages
...of these states, in the possession of the garrison, shall be subject to be reclaimed. Article 5th, The soldiers to be kept in Virginia, Maryland, or...are allowed to soldiers in the service of America. A field officer from each nation, to wit, British, Anspach, and Hessian, and other officers on parole...
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The Museum of Foreign Literature, Science and Art, Volume 26

Robert Walsh, John Jay Smith - American periodicals - 1835
...in Virginia, Maryland, or in Pennsylvania, as much by regiments as possible, and that they should be supplied with the same rations of provisions as are allowed to soldiers in the service of America." The article went on to say, " A field-officer from each nation, to wit, British, Anspach, and Hessian,...
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Family Magazine: Or Monthly Abstract of General Knowledge, Volume 3

1836
...inhabitants of these states, in the possession of the garrison, shall be subject to be reclaimed. ARTICLE v. — The soldiers to be kept in Virginia, Maryland,...A field-officer from each nation, to wit, British, Auspach, and Hessian, and other officers on parole, in the proportion of one to fifty men, to be allowed...
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the virginia historical register, and literary companion.

william maxwell - 1852
...in Virginia, Maryland, or in Pennsylvania, as much by regiments as possible, and that they should be supplied with the same rations of provisions as are allowed to soldiers in the service of America." The article went on to say, " A field officer from each nation, to wit, British, Anspach, and Hessian,...
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the virginia historical register, and literary companion.

william maxwell - 1852
...in Virginia, Maryland, or in Pennsylvania, as much by regiments as possible, and that they should be supplied with the same rations of provisions as are allowed to soldiers in the service of America." The article went on to say, " A field officer from each nation, to wit, British, Anspach, and Hessian,...
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The Virginia Historical Register, and Literary Companion, Volumes 5-6

William Maxwell - Virginia - 1852
...in Virginia, Maryland, or in Pennsylvania, as much by regiments as possible, and that they should be supplied with the same rations of provisions as are allowed to soldiers in the service of America." The article went on to say, " A field officer from each nation, to wit, British, Anspach, and Hes sian,...
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History of England from the Peace of Utrecht to the Peace of Versailles ...

Earl Philip Henry Stanhope Stanhope - Great Britain - 1854
...prisoners of the United States, and the LXlv.^ nava} forces prisoners of France. The soldiers 1781. were to be kept in Virginia, Maryland, or Pennsylvania, and as much by regiments as possible. The General, Staff, and other officers not left with the troops, to be permitted to go to New York...
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History of England from the Peace of Utrecht to the Peace of Aix-la-Chaoelle ...

Philip Henry Stanhope (5th earl.) - 1854
...States, and the naval forces prisoners of France. 1781. CAPITULATION OF YORK-TOWN. 121 The soldiers were to be kept in Virginia, Maryland, or Pennsylvania, and as much by regiments as possible. The General, Staff, and other officers not left with the troops, to be permitted to go to New York...
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History of England: From the Peace of Utrecht to the Peace of ..., Volume 7

Earl Philip Henry Stanhope Stanhope - Great Britain - 1854
...remain prisoners of the United Statcs, and the naval forces prisoners of France. The soldiers were to be kept in Virginia, Maryland, or Pennsylvania, and as much by regiments as possible. The General, Staff, and other officers not left with the troops, to be permitted to go to New York...
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Library of American History: Containing Biographical Sketches, of Washington ...

United States - 1855 - 640 pages
...inhabitants of these states, in the possession of the garrison, shall be subject to be reclaimed. A RTICLE v. — The soldiers to be kept in Virginia, Maryland,...A field-officer from each nation, to wit, British, Auspach, and Hessian, and other officers on parole, in the proportion of one to fifty men, to be allowed...
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