Selectmen of Sheffield to James Rhodes ... : bill, 1757 Jan. 13.


Selectmen of Sheffield to James Rhodes ... : bill, 1757 Jan. 13.

Bill submitted Jan. 13, 1757, by James Rhodes to the selectmen of Sheffield, Mass., for the tending, nursing, and board of soldiers in Col. Dwight's regiment from Nov., 1756 to Jan. 4, 1757, and also for the burial of several men, including one in Col. Bagley's regiment.

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