Washington, George, 1732-1799. The writings of George Washington from the original manuscript sources: Volume 4
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GENERAL ORDERS Head Quarters, Cambridge, November 30, 1775.
Parole -- . Countersign -- .
A General Court Martial to sit to morrow morning at eleven 'OClock at Mr. Pomeroys in Cambridge, to try Lieut. Col. Enos
for "quitting his commanding Officer without leave" President -- Brigadier Genl Sullivan, with the twelve Field Officers next for Court Martial duty.
Nathaniel Pattin of Capt. Dows Company in Col Prescotts Regiment, tried at a Genl Court Martial for "attempting to pass the lower Guards, and making a disturbance at Cobble-hill contrary to orders" -- The Court acquit the prisoner, who is to be immediately released.