Brigadier General George Weedon Military Order
Scope and Contents
Broadside order written in Williamsburg by Brigadier General George Weedon on 6 April 1781, ordering Moss Armistead and John Slaughter to Portsmouth, Virginia to apply to the commanding officer of the British Army for exchange of prisoners and liberation of slaves.
- Creation: 1781 April 6
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- Guide to the Brigadier General George Weedon Military Order
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- The collection description/finding aid is written in English