There's a $5,000 reward out for the capture of the Colton brothers and Parmenter decides to go after them. Meanwhile O'Rourke's horse and Agarn are both suffering from stomach pains. The prognosis is bad for the horse and Agarn overhears the doc and O'Rourke talking and thinks it's about him. Convinced he is dying Agarn writes a confessional letter to the Inspector General. Written by
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The title refers to General Washington's Farewell to the Troops at Fraunces Tavern, New York City on December 4, 1783 at the end of the American Revolution. See more
As Capt. Parmenter and Doc Emmett are walking towards Parmenter's office and the doctor is telling him about Agarn's hypochondria, the shadow of the camera can be seen passing over the front of Parmenter's uniform. See more