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121. Camp à Garrot's Tavern, Le 14 Juillet, 13 miles de Falmouth. (Les Eaux n'étant pas assez abondantes, les Divisions Suivantes Campèrent Trois miles plus loin à Peyton's tavern.), undated
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Twelfth Camp at Peyton's Tavern. 15-17 July 1782. As explained in the heading, the First Division had camped on 14 July at "Garrot's" Tavern, 13 miles frrom the previous camp at Falmouth, but because of insufficient water there the divisions following continued 3 miles farther to camp here at Peyton's Tavern. Several of the officer's journals metnion the hot weather and consequent importance of good spring water: e.g., Verger, p. 159. Peytons's Ordinary, as the tavern was also called, was a few miles north of Stafford (county seat of Stafford County, on present U.S. Route 1). The stream shown here is Aquia Run according to Colles, Survey, Plate 68.
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This collection was word-processed by Anna Bialek in July and August of 2005. Finding aid written by Howard Rice in 1957.
During 2022, restrictions for this collection were lifted as part of a restrictions review project.
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121. Camp à Garrot's Tavern, Le 14 Juillet, 13 miles de Falmouth. (Les Eaux n'étant pas assez abondantes, les Divisions Suivantes Campèrent Trois miles plus loin à Peyton's tavern.); Louis-Alexandre Berthier Collection, C0022, Manuscripts Division, Department of Special Collections, Princeton University Library
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Relation de l'Escadre Française, aux ordres du Cher. Destouches, & de l'affaire qui a eue lieu le 16 Mars 1781, entre cette Escadre & celle des Anglais, commandée par l'Amiral Arbuthnot was transferred to rare books (1081.755 EX).
MS, No. 39-12. Rochambeau's copy is in the Library of Congress, Map Division. [Rice/Brown, p. 177]
- France. Armée
Rochambeau, Jean-Baptiste-Donatien de Vimeur, comte de, 1725-1807