28th January, 1779. A fine Clear and Pleasant morning. In the Afternoon Colonel Webbs Regiment Mutinied and turned out under arms but was with Some Difficulty dispersed but at Night they all paraded and Marched to the Barracks where my men was and about forty of my Regiment Joined them after talking some time with them they all Dispersed and Remained in peace the night.
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