Excerpt from Major General Edward Braddock's Orderly Books, From February 26 to June 17, 1755: From the Originals, in the Congressional Library
Whereas, an act of Parliament was passed in England, the last Session, to subject all Tr00ps raised in the Colonies to the Regulatio... ns and Orders of the articles of War, I therefore think it expedient and Order that upon forming the four companies of Rangers, the company of carpenters and the Troops of light Horse and whatever Tr00ps are or shall be raised for the service of the present Expedition. That the articles of War be publickly read to the Officers and men, and that every man several; shall take the Oath of Allegiance and supremacy; and in consequence 0 these articles they are to obey from time to time any orders they shall receive from me or any of their superior Officers.
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