The Case of all the non-commionssi'd [sic] officers, viz. corporals trumpeters and kettle-drummers, and private horsemen of Colonel Theodore Russel's late regiment who, upon the breaking of the said regiment entered themselves into other regiments in His Majesties service and could never obtain their arrears in the said late regiment, being about 30 ¹. a man, or one penny thereof, when all the commission'd officers, and diver of the non commission'd officers and private horsemen, who then quitted His Majesty's service were fully paid off their arrears, by Lord Conigsby, or his deputy, &c., without any deduction, and of Joseph Ducket, gent., whom the persons so unpaid, have imploy'd as their attorney or solictor, for obtaining their said arrears : together with some remarks on the pay-masters accounts &c. : humbly represented to the Honourable House of Commons

England : , 1695

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