I came across this document on Google Books and I am trying to interpret exactly what it is.
Title: Berichte Published 1795 from the Bavarian State Library 24 pages
My root question is "What is this document and purpose?" At first glance it looks like it could simply be a generic military field report, a reprimand, or a possibly even a praise or award depending on the context in which the wording is taken. Based on the answer it will help me determine next steps, if any, to see if it might be of value for my research.
Almost all documents in book have the same "L.S" stamp and signature "b. Rulmann ass. qua secret. regime."
I have used Google Translate and Dict.cc to do the very rough translation of but not able to translate the entire thing: Berichte translate to "Report, Proceedings, or Transactions" according to Dict.cc.
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