620 Records of Maryland Troops in the Continental Service
Newburgh, 1st Decmbr., 1778
Be kind enough to Receive into the Hospital William Ross of the
6th Maryland Regiment.
I am Sir your most Hhble. Servt.
J. Brice, Capt. Comdt. of a
Detachment of Maryd. Bg.*
To the Superindt.
of New Windsor.
Newburgh December 1, 1778.
Be pleased to Receive into the Hospital Benj. Moore of the
Sixth Maryland Regiment whose situation requires Assistance.
I am Sir your Most Humble Servt.
Lud. Weltner, Lt. Col.*
To the Superindt. of the Hospital
at New Windsor.
A Return of Sick of the 6th Maryland Regt. Commanded by
Col. Williams, Dec. the 7th, 1778.*
Samuel English Lieut. Williams' Co. Putrid Fever
Peter Woolf do do Intert. Fever
Pat. Trainer Capt. Ghireliu's do Infat.
Willm. Chambers do do do
W. Warfield, A. S.
Hospital Surgeon at New Windsor.
A Return of the Sick of the Second Maryland Regiment sent to
the Hospital at New Windsor commanded by Lieut Col. Woolford,
December 7, 1778.*
John Wall Capt. Anderson's Co. Fever Inflam.
Patrick Fenesick Capt. Davidson's do Fever Remit.
Saml. Hughes do Rheumat.
James McCallmont, Surgn.
* See note on page 618.