Reference numberCB/1/5/142
Alternative reference numberBLA.P.1.a
TitleLetter from D Paine, New York to Charles Blagden
Date22 September 1780
DescriptionWould have counted himself fortunate to have heard from Blagden. Gives news of the army in general and its health. Is still at Ranelagh and has plenty of disease to treat. He has no interest at Headquarters and will not be promoted. Asks Blagden to speak to Mr Tresdale. Gives news of the army's activities and of Admiral Rodney.
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