1814.029: Quarter-Master General's Order to Regimental Commanders.

Published: 1814

Full Title: Quarter-Master General's Department, Richmond, March 31, 1814. Sir, A detachment of troops from the Virginia line of Militia being ordered into the service of the U. States by the executive of this state, on a requisition, by the commanding officer of this district.―It being referred to me by the Governor to direct the march of this force.―You will please to order the commanding officer of the detachment from your regiment, to proceed immediately to this place. …

Author: Virginia. Office of Quartermaster General.

Place Issued: Richmond

Issuing Press: Samuel Pleasants

Description: 1 sheet [1 pg.]; (broadside).


Only known copy, held by Harvard University, is signed in manuscript by Joseph Wheaton, then the Assistant Deputy Quartermaster-General. Sheet lacks colophon; printing such items was the responsibility of the public printer, then Samuel Pleasants, so the attribution here.

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