Photocopies of papers, 1777-1783, from the Washington Papers at the Library of Congress relating to Marquis de La RouÃrie known in the American Revolution as Charles Armand Tuffin. Includes "With Sword in Hand", an English translation by J. D. Hufham of the work published in France under title "Le Marquis de la Rouerie et la Conjuration Bretonne", by G. Lenotre.
1994.28 Addition is filed in front of Box 1.
ALS. Armand, Monsieur de la Rouerie from Staunton, Virginia on September 21, 1782 to Colonel Rivard in Winchester, Virginia concerning need for forage following the Battle of Yorktown in October 1781. Means to be at Winchester on the 28th.
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Frenchman Marquis de La RouÃ«rie, known as Charles Armand Tuffin during the American Revolution, served as a Brigadier-General in the Continental Army. Further information about this individual or organization may be available in the Special Collections Research Center Wiki: .