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Title:[Letter] 1812 Dec. 12, Nashville, [Tennessee] [to] Richard Alexander / W. B. Lewis : a machine readable transcription of an image
Author:Lewis, W. B.

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Date: December 12, 1812
Extent: 2p
Summary:This document is a letter written by W. B. Lewis to Richard Alexander on December 12, 1812. Lewis requests that Alexander send him a report with the number of companies in his regiment, how many men and officers are in each company, and the quantities of different equipment they have, such as tents, kettles, pans, and axes.
Collection:Alexander Papers Outgoing

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Nashville Decr. [December] 19th 1812

You will, without delay, make out to me a return of the number of companies in your Regiment, — how many men (including officers) are in each company; also, how many tents with, and without poles; — how many tin kettles, tin pans, and axes, and every other article of camp equipage recd. [received] for said regiment

yours respectfully,
W. B. Lewis
A. D. Quarter master
Richd. [Richard] Alexander Q. [Quarter] Master to 1stregiment Infantry }
[added: P.S. [Post Script] no more articles will be delivered to your regiment until the statement, as above required, be furnished.
W. B. Lewis
A. D. Q. M. [Quarter Master]]

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Richard AlexanderRegimental Q. [Quarter] Master
[added: W. B. Lewis

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