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King's American Regiment
Rawdon to Fanning

Camp, May 19th 1781.


Our unsettled circumstances must be my apology for not having sooner returned you thanks for your very obliging letter.

As I know your attachment to your Regiment, I take great pleasure in assuring you that their behaviour both in Garrison and in the Field has been highly meritorious;

should it ever be in my power I shall feel a sincere satisfaction in rendering them any service.

I have the honor to be,
Sir, your most obedt. servt.

[Colonel Edmund FANNING]

Prince Edward Island Register, (Charlotte Town), January 20, 1829.

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