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Queen's American Rangers
Simcoe to André

Dorchester Tuesday 6 oClock,
[April – May 1780]


I have just received your letter, & purpose marching Early in the afternoon, by which time I hope the Qr. Master General has been so good as to procure the Casks for me that I mentioned to you.

I understand Mrs. ELLIOT is to apply to the Comdr. in Chief for four Negro boys now with the Queens Rangers, & I think it necessary to explain to you this matter-

The Boys are Taylors & Musicians, & are at this time clothed in the Rebel Artillery Uniform, which her Husband commanded.

I am Sir,
Your Very Obt. Servt.

     D Adjt. General

University of Michigan, William L. Clements Library, Sir Henry Clinton Papers, Volume 95, item 56.

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