Commissions issued for officers in Mamacotting Precinct, Ulster County


Die Jovis, 4to ho˙ P˙ M˙, September 26, 1776.

The Committee of Safety met pursuant to adjournment.

Present: Colonel Peter R˙ Livington, President.

NEW-YORK — Mr˙ Dunscombe, Mr˙ Duane.

WESTCHESTER. — Colonel G˙ Drake, Major Lockwood.

CUMBERLAND˙ — Mr˙ Sessions, Mr˙ Stevens.

ALBANY˙ — Colonel Livingston, General Ten Broeck, Mr˙ John Ten Broeck.

ORANGE. — Mr˙ Little, Mr˙ Joseph Smith.

ULSTER˙ — Mr˙ Wisner, Jun˙, Major Park.

TRYON. — Mr˙ William Harper, Mr˙ Moore.

DUTCHESS. — Mr˙ Sackett, Captain Zephaniah Platt.

CHARLOTTE. — Major Webster, Mr˙ Duer, Colonel Williams.

A Letter from Benjamin Dupuy, Chairman of the Committee of Mamacotting Precinct, in Ulster County, was read and filed, and is dated the 23d instant. The said Chairman thereby informs that a vacancy of a military officer had arisen by Captain De Witt' s engaging in the Ranging service; that thereby the following gentlemen were duly promoted and elected, viz: Abraham Cuddeback, Jun˙, Captain, Robert Cock, First Lieutenant, Samuel King, Second Lieutenant, and Samuel Dupuy, Ensign.

Ordered, That the said Commissions issue. And they were issued accordingly.