3 edition of General orders. Head quarters, Boston, August 22, 1797. found in the catalog.
General orders. Head quarters, Boston, August 22, 1797.
|Series||Early American imprints -- no. 32448.|
|Contributions||Donnison, William, 1757?-1834.|
|The Physical Object|
Report of the Board of engineer officers constituted under General Orders no. 67, July 3, to inquire into whether, for railroad purposes, the river Detroit can be bridged or tunneled at the city of Detroit, or within one mile above or below said city () (Reprint) by United States. and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Head quarters, Aug Sir, A messenger is just arrived with the inclosed letters.
The general return of 29 July reported men who were both sick and absent, and the one of 5 Aug. put the number at (DNA: RG 93, Revolutionary War Rolls, –83). 2. For the actions that the Massachusetts General Court took to assist GW in remedying this problem, see GW to James Otis, Sr., 7 Aug. , n.2, and the. Orderly Book Kept by Jeremiah Fogg: Adjutant Colonel Enoch Poors Second New Hampshire Regiment on Winter Hill, During the Siege of Boston, Octo , to Janu (Classic Reprint) [Fogg, Jeremiah] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Orderly Book Kept by Jeremiah Fogg: Adjutant Colonel Enoch Poors Second New Hampshire Regiment on Winter HillAuthor: Jeremiah Fogg.
General orders. Head-quarters, Boston, [electronic resource]: The commander in chief having considered the petition of Isaac Gage and others hereby orders, that the several companies in the town of Portland, now belonging to said first regiment, be . Includes orders, 24 May Dec. , issued by General Anthony Wayne in his late command against the Indians; chiefly dealing with the military training of his Legion of the United States; also contains orders, 16 Dec. August , issued by Brigadier General James Wilkinson.
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General orders. Head quarters, Boston, Aug By the act of Congress, herewith published, men, including officers, are required to be detached from the militia of this commonwealth, and held in readiness to march at a moment's warning.
General orders. Head-quarters, Boston, June 13th, [Signed] William Donnison, Adjutant general. [Boston: Printed by Young and Minns, ]. E 17 24 May ; $ Available also through the Library of Congress web site in two forms: as facsimile page images and as full text in SGML.
Printed Ephemera Collection; Portfo Folder 8a. Book/Printed Material General orders. Head-quarters, Boston, June 13th, [Signed] William Donnison, Adjutant general. [Boston: Printed by Young and Minns, ]. March 3,to No other officer represented the Adjutant-General's Department except the brigade major on immediate duty at Army Headquarters from March 3,until Jwhen, under the act of May 28th of that year, Brevet Major William North, of Massachusetts, (formerly aide-de-camp to Major-General Baron Steuben.
General, division (General Nathaniel Greene), and brigade (General Henry Knox) orders as recorded for Captain Benjamin Frothingham's company 25 March April, 24 May July, 6 August August, and 27 August-7 September at Morristown (N.J.) and en route to Brandy wine (Pa.).
Full text of "General orders of George Washington, Commander-in-Chief of the Army of Revolution, issued at Newburgh on the Hudson, " See other formats. The muster of Brig. Gen. John Sullivan’s brigade was further postponed from Monday, 28 Aug., to Friday, 1 Sept.
(General Orders, 26 and 28 Aug. Stephen Pearl remained a captain in Col. Benjamin Ruggles Woodbridge’s 1797. book regiment until November of this year. (Record Group ) OVERVIEW OF RECORDS LOCATIONS Table of Contents ADMINISTRATIVE HISTORY GENERAL RECORDS General records, (bulk ) General records, RECORDS RELATING TO VARIOUS SUBJECTS Records relating to ordnance property Fiscal records.
General Orders of Navy Department,series of Orders Remaining in Force Up to Janu Author: United States. Navy Department: Published: Original from: Harvard University: Digitized: Export Citation: BiBTeX EndNote RefMan.
Contains government orders from to The orders are pasted to individual pages and arranged chronologically by department General orders, no. 19 (November 1, ) / Headquarters of the Army. -- General orders no. 29 (June 4, ), no. 68 (Aug ), no. 94 (November 1, ) / War Department, Adjutant General's Office.
Full text of "General Sir William Howe's Orderly book, at Charlestown, Boston and Halifax, J to26 May; to which is added the official abridgment of General Howe's correspondence with the English Government during the siege of Boston, and some military returns, and now first printed from the original manuscripts; with an historical introduction".
General Orders Head Quarters, Cambridge, July 7, Parole Dorchester. Countersign Exeter. It is with inexpressible Concern that the General upon his first Arrival in the army, should find an Officer sentenced by a General Court-Martial to be cashier'd for Cowardice.
Goodrich Crump, who had been commissioned a first lieutenant in the 1st Virginia Regiment in September and had been promoted to captain in Junewas cashiered on 19 Oct. for cowardice at the Battle of Germantown (see General Orders, 19 Oct., ).Matthew Smith (d.
), who had been appointed a second lieutenant in the 1st Virginia Regiment in Januarywas. General orders Head-quarters, 2[n]d Division, Nashville, Brave Tennesseans of the 2nd Division: the Creek War, through the divine aid of Providence and the valor of the arms of those engaged in the campaign, in which you bore a conspicuous share, has been brought to a happy termination.
The copy of the general orders of this date that appears in the orderly book kept by Capt. Jacob Turner of the 3d North Carolina Regiment does not contain the text down to this point but instead places it in the general orders for 8 Aug. (“Turner’s Orderly Book,” description begins “Jacob Turner’s [Orderly] Book, & ” The State Records of North Carolina Edited by Walter.
Printed Document. Three pages, 9 1/2” x 11 1/4”. Head Quarters, Boston. Aug The document reads, in part: “ IN pursuance of the provisions of the second section of an Act, entitled ‘An Act in further addition to an Act, entitled and Act for regulating, governing, and training the Militia of this Commonwealth,’ passed the 21st day of February,for establishing an.
General orders / Head-Quarters Department N.C. and So. ([Confederate States of America: s.n., ]), by Confederate States of America.
Army. Army. Dept. of North Carolina and Southern Virginia (page images at HathiTrust). General orders. Head-quarters, Morris Town, Janu The general is sorry to find that the late general order, allowing the plunder taken from the enemy to be divided for the benefit of the captors, has been mistaken by some and abused by others.
General Orders Head Quarters, Cambridge, July 4, Parole Dorchester. Countersign Exeter. Parole Abington. Countersign Bedford. General Orders Head Quarters, TO THE PRESIDENT OF CONGRESS Head Quarters, New York, August I, From General Washington. Table of Contents (Parts I & II). Cover (Part II). Chapter ed Guns.
Chapter "Fort-Capped Hills" Chapter Fort Park System. Bibliography. Appendices (omitted from the online edition). Appendix A: General Orders No. 56, Headquarters Department of Washington, 22d Army Corps, April 26th,announcing the reorganizations of districts within the department.General Orders, 19 August Author Washington, George Date 19 August Reference Cite as “General Orders, 19 August ,” Founders Online, National Archives, accessed SeptemGeneral orders of the War Department embracing the years& adapted specially for the use of the army and navy of the United States / Published: () General orders from the Adjutant and Inspector-General's Office, Confederate States Army, from January 1,to July 1,inclusive Published: ().