3 edition of General orders. Head-quarters, Boston, February 20, 1796. found in the catalog.
General orders. Head-quarters, Boston, February 20, 1796.
|Series||Early American imprints -- no. 30763.|
|Contributions||Donnison, William, 1757?-1834.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 sheet ( p.)|
Five troops, with the head-quarters of the regiment, embarked from Ireland for St. Domingo on the 25th of February, One squadron had, in the mean time, been selected to form part of the force to be employed in reducing to obedience the insurgents in the island of Grenada, whose atrocious conduct had procured them the designation of brigands. 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.
Washington, George, Orderly book of General George Washington, commander in chief of the American armies, kept at Valley Forge, 18 May June, (Boston [etc.] and London, Lamson, Wolffe and co., ), also by United States. George Washington (22 February – 14 December ) was the successful Commander-in-Chief of the Continental Army in the American Revolutionary Warfrom to , and later became the first President of the United States of America, an office to which he was elected, unanimously, twice and remained in from to He is generally regarded as the “Father of his country”.
SCHUYLER’S HEAD-QUARTERS. General Schuyler was with Washington during the winter of His head-quarters were at a house (still standing) a few rods eastward of the rail-way station. A portion of his family was with him, among whom was his daughter Elizabeth, a charming girl, about twenty-two years of . Orders No. 5. Head Quarters, Western Department. Springfield, Illinois, November 4. Orders for R.M. Hough to arrest Major Phinney and send him and “whatever public money may be in his possession” back to Headquarters. A-B: Box 3: Letter written by David Hunter to R.M. Hough, December 2. Written in Fort Leavenworth, Kansas.
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Get this from a library. General orders. Head-quarters, Boston, Febru the commander in chief, anxious to impress the minds of his fellow-citizens, with the great importance of an efficient militia. [William Donnison; Massachusetts. Militia.]. General orders. Head-quarters, Boston, April 12th, [Boston: Printed by Thomas Adams, ].
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Varick transcript, DLC:GW. Muhlenberg’s orderly book begins with an order that is omitted in the Varick transcript: “The Guards to parade at ½ past 3 o’clock this afternoon near the Park” (“Muhlenberg’s Orderly Book,” description begins “Orderly Book of Gen.
Boston Peter Gabriel Muhlenberg, March 26–Decem ” Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography Boston ( Varick transcript, DLC:GW.
Adj. Gen. Alexander Scammell’s orderly book entry for this date includes the following additional general orders: “The Brigade Majors are to attend at the New Orderly Room precisely at Eleven OClock A.M. for orders. “The Regimental Pay Masters are to call on the Pay Master Genl for Novembers pay.” (orderly book, 22 Dec.
–26 JuneDNA: RG All Prisoners taken, Deserters coming in, Persons coming out of Boston, who can give any Intelligence; any Captures of any kind from the Enemy, are to February 20 immediately reported and brought up to Head Quarters in Cambridge. Capr. Griffin is appointed Aide-de.
General orders, no. Head-quarters, Post of Bolivar, Bolivar, Tenn., April 16th, Skip to main content. Try Prime EN Hello, Sign in Account & Lists Sign in Account & Lists Returns & Orders Try Prime Cart. Books. Go Search Hello Select your address Best Sellers Customer Service Author: Mason Brayman.
General orders. Head-quarters, Boston, Feb. 28, It gives the commander in chief the highest satisfaction, that his fellow-citizens of the militia, not only retain the character they have already acquired by their improvements in discipline; but in the past year they have added to their reputation.
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.
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. Adams Family Papers (Special Colls. Adams family) Twenty-four letters () from George Washington regarding military issues such as the lack of guns and men, military intelligence, military advice regarding the possibility of France invading the United States, creating an army, and the role of foreign-born men in the army; national issues such as a national university, John Adams.
As soon as Washington arrived in Boston, virtually everything related to the "Continental Army" crossed his desk. Washington's General Orders comprised rules and procedures to guide his officers and soldiers.
They provide insights into the day-to-day workings of the army and into Washington as a commander. George Washington's tent. Collection of the Museum of the American Revolution, Philadelphia. The following is a list of buildings or locations that served as headquarters for General George Washington during the American Revolutionary War.
On Apthe militia of Massachusetts – later joined by the militias of other New England. 19 general orders, january 1, 55; 20 to joseph reed, janu 57; 21 to the president of congress, february 9, 62; 22 to joseph reed, febru 65; 23 to john augustine washington, 69; 24 general orders, july 2, 70; 25 general orders, july 9, General Orders: “Head Quarters Mr.
Bankers. Staten Island 4th. July Officers to have as little baggage on Shore as possible, as the Brigades are liable to change their ground on the shortest notice.” Howe Orderly Book.
[General Orders are generally read in the evening for execution the following day. SR.] July 5. The Sullivan Expedition, also known as the Sullivan-Clinton Expedition, or Sullivan Campaign was an extended systematic military campaign during the American Revolutionary War against Loyalists ("Tories") and the four Nations of the Haudenosaunee which had sided with the British.
The campaign ordered and organized by George Washington and his staff was conducted chiefly in the lands of. His Excellency the Commander in Chief orders him to be executed tomorrow morning nine o'Clock on Gallows Hill.
To Major General Alexander McDougall. Head Quarters, Middle Brook, Ma Dear Sir: I duly received your favour of the 20th instant. H.—— has just delivered me that of the 22nd.
(The Letter and inclosures referred. 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.
The Civil War Circulars and General Orders Collection was acquired by the Kenosha Civil War Museum in Processing Information Processed by: Chris Stape, November Collection Overview The collection consists of General Orders and 32 Circulars published from Octo File Size: KB.
With reference to the General Ortier No. 2 of 31st OctoberCaptain G. 5Iusson. 10th or "Royal Regiment ofToronto Volunteers," is permit- ted to retain Iris tank on retirement. ErratumIn the General Order No. 4 of the 12th instant, instead of "Lieutenant d" Arcy Ed.
Role Title Holding Repository; creatorOf: Massachusetts. Militia. List of Captain Roger Brown's company in Major General Benjamin Lincoln's force against insurgents in Shays' Rebellion: ms., Feb.
HEAD QUARTERS, 15th June, GENERAL ORDERS. Parole. C Sign. Major General for to-morrow, Sterling.  Brigadier General for to-morrow, Woodford. Field Officers Col. Spotswood, Major Crawford. As it is proper the mode of performing & receiving the Grand Rounds be the same throughout the Army as well for the Sake of Security as uniformity.danger is.
- Letter to the President of Congress (9 February ) Let us therefore animate and encourage each other, and show the whole world that a Freeman, contending for liberty on his own ground, is superior to any slavish mercenary on earth. – General Orders, Headquarters, New York (2 .Toggle navigation snac.
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