Walker, Benjamin (1753-1818) [Army Rations issued to Canadian Refugees]
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Request to provide provisions for Canadian refugees. Countersigned by Samuel Shaw with endorsement signed by Felix Victor. Place writ from note.
Felix Victor was a lieutenant from a Canadian regiment.
The Contractors will please to issue provisions to Cap [Paulint] & Whiton two Canadian refugees for the month of [inserted: January &] February instant -
Feby 5, 1783
Aid De Camp
The Commissary at West Point will issue the above,
By order of the Comdg
Two hundred & ninety five rations. SShaw AD Camp
 Refugees -
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At West Point the 11.th day of February 1783 Received of the Contractors for the States of New York and Jersey the number of Two hundred & Ninty five Rations within mentioned -
Fel.x Victor Lieut
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