Letter from John Clark from Fort George to Major Jacob Ten Broeck- Shortage of Men
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- John Clark, Correspondent
- Major Jacob Ten Broeck, Recipient
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- Item Type
- A letter from John Clark at Fort George to Major Jacob Ten Broeck, 4th Regiment of the Lincoln Militia, in Grantham which discusses the shortage of men at the Fort. It is dated May 3rd 1814 and is scripted in ink on writing paper folded to form an envelope.
- Date of Original
- 3 May 1814
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