1776.018: Circular Letter to Militia Commanders.
Full Title: As we have great Reason to believe that our Enemies will make a vigorous Attack on this Commonwealth if they should not succeed in their Attempts against New York, where they have at this Time a very large and formidable Force, which may be transported hither in a few Days; I have thought proper, by the Advice of the Council, to direct that the Militia of this State be immediately trained, armed, and prepared for Action, … Given under my hand, this 20th of August, 1776. John Page, president.
Author: Virginia. Council of State.
Place Issued: Williamsburg
Issuing Press: Alexander Purdie
Description: 1 sheet [1 pg.]; 28 cm. x 22 cm. (broadside).
Sheet lacks printer credit; Alexander Purdie was then the printer to the Commonwealth.
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