Context

Context of Inspector-General's, Boston. : In order that an inspection may be made as concise and perfect as possible, it is absolutely necessary that the roll should be brought into the field compleat, on the day of inspection, excepting the column in which is to be noted those who are absent on that day; ... The commanding officers of companies will always examine the rolls after they are compleated; for they will be accountable for the correctness of them; ... and every commanding officer of a company will have his inspection-roll in his pocket, ready to be delivered to the inspecting-officer on demand.
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