French Artillery Regiment Manuscript

French Artillery Regiment Document

I recently acquired a French Artillery Regiment manuscript detailing the receipt of supplies on its march to Yorktown.

In late June of 1781, the french artillery camped at Bolton, Connecticut while on their journey south to meet Washington’s Army at Yorktown. A seldom seen French document related to their artillery during the American Revolution.

The manuscript document is in French. 12th Artillery Regiment. “Good for thirty-one rations of hay for the horses of the artillery at Bolton. 30 (June), 1781.”

American Revolution – French Artillery
Size: 5 3/4″ x 3 3/4″
Condition: Very Fine
State: Connecticut
Year: 1781

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