Title: Objections, by the 24th Regt.
List of two objections the 24th Regiment of Foot had against the Articles of Convention that delineated the terms of surrender of the British Army after its defeat in the Battle of Saratoga. Seems to be written in the months after the battle at Cambridge, Massachusetts, where prisoners of war were sent, but no exact date or place of creation are provided. First complaint is that officers are not quartered according to rank and that their living spaces are sub-par. The second complaint is about the distinction made between field officers and other officers of regiments in the parole process. The initials "NB" appear on verso of the complaints.