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    Original Revolutionary War "Weekly Return" Form. One page, 8.25" x 3.5", np, nd. This printed document likely dates to around 1775, and is an American "Weekly Return" of "Regimental Companies of Foot...Commanded by Captain...". It is unused. This is a rare fully printed item from the colonial period, and was meant to be used by company captains in the American Continental Army to report to their regimental commanders the weekly status and changes in their units. Included are blank areas for the numbers of the Company and Regiment, the name of the Company Captain, and various categories, including "Dead", "Discharged", "Deserted", and others to be completed. The document is in very fine condition, though somewhat soiled around the edges, and the horizontal edges are torn and bent. Small oxidation spot near the right-most box.

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