3 edition of Pennsylvania War-Office, May 2d, 1777. To the public. found in the catalog.
Pennsylvania War-Office, May 2d, 1777. To the public.
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He was comissioned Ensign, 2 jan. , in the 4th Pa. TRegiment. and 2d Lieutenant, 2 May On 5 May he joined the main army with his company, and in September was engaged in the battle of the Brandywine. The Pennsylvania Militia 1. The Quaker Origins. Pennsylvania was founded on pacifist Quaker principles. Still, it had to maintain good order which required the application of force on occasion. Many Quaker merchants supplied rum to the Amerindians, inducing them to commit atrocities against the colonists as early as
York City. Although French naval, financial, and military aid had played a major role in achieving the final victory at Yorktown, Washington had every reason to be proud of the Continentals’ battlefield prowess and superior mobility. It was not long, however, before he had to deal with new problems caused by a shrinking military Continue reading ‘The Continental Army, . Relief shown by hachures. Sheet 9 similar to no. , LC Civil War maps (2d ed.) Some sheets consist of two parts joined in the middle showing towns and villages, roads and railroads, rivers and streams, and houses and names of residents. The index map is a printed map entitled "Central Virginia, compiled in the Bureau of Topographl.
41 Public Debt in and estimates of expenses, with related papers, Letters from the Comptroller of the Treasury and claims of Canadian refugees, 42 Motions Made in Congress, Military and financial matters, foreign affairs, and domestic matters, Stocqueler, Joachim H., History of the British Army (London, ). This work is a somewhat bald résumé of the history of the British army from to The author limits his narration to military operations, and eschews practically all reference to the administrative history of the army.
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Pennsylvania War-Office, May 2d, To the public: the Honorable Major General Schuyler May 2d informed this board that a considerable body of Continental troops, by the want of blankets, are retarded from joining His Excellency General Washington.
In Congress, June, 10, Resolved, I. That for supplying the Army of the United States with provisions, one commissary general and four deputy commissaries general of purchases; and one commissary general and three deputy commissaries general of. Textual Records: Selected volumes of the "Numbered Record Books" series (), consisting of a ledger of personal accounts of B.H.
Phillips, ; and a memorandum, account, and orderly book, Capt. Thaddeus Weed's company, 2d Connecticut Regiment,Personal accounts and military records of Capt. Eleazer Curtis. Broadside Requesting Donation of Blankets for General Washington's Army Prior to Valley Forge.
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The prescribed uniform of the 2d Virginia was not a brown coat faced red. Even if the 2d Virginia Regiment had been present at the evacuation of Fort Lee, it was not issued a brown coat faced red for its November the regiment was most likely still been wearing its purple hunting shirts and round hats as originally authorized in the fall of Audio Books & Poetry Community Audio Computers, Technology and Science Music, Arts & Culture News & Public Affairs Non-English Audio Spirituality & Religion.
Librivox Free Audiobook. Colldejou. Full text of "Year book of the Pennsylvania Society, Sons of. Page 3. May 1, LINK TO ANNALS. Dear Sir Philadelphia 1st May As General Washington has directed that the Bills of Exchange ordered by Congress to be purchased & sent to New York for the support of our suffering prisoners there should be transmitted to you for that purpose; I take the liberty of mentioning to you the name of my Brother-in-Law John Gibbon for whose Exchange you may.
The results were soon clear. In May Wyoming Valley officials learned that the Susquehanna Indians considered recent meetings as a chance to spy on the Connecticut settlers, and as a ploy to keep them "quiet and easy" while war plans progressed (Harvey).
After the public dispatches, &c., the reports of committees which may have been delivered by them to the secretary during that morning or the preceding day shall, for the information of the house, be read in the order in which they were delivered, and, if it is judged proper, a day be assigned for considering them.
Pennsylvania Military History. THE DIARY OF ROBERT MORTON KEPT IN PHILADELPHIA WHILE THAT CITY WAS OCCUPIED BY THE BRITISH ARMY IN [Source: The Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography, Vol I, Philadelphia, ] SAMUEL MORTON, the father of Robert Morton, whose diary is here given, was a merchant of Philadelphia, the.
He raised the 2d Pennsylvania Battalion and eventually rose to the rank of major general. He was governor of the Northwest Territory and commander of the United States Army in the decade following the Revolution, suffering defeat at the hands of the Indians in Ohio in 4.
Clement Hall joined the 2d North Carolina Regiment as a lieutenant in Septemberbecame captain in Apriland was breveted major in September He served until the end of the war. Sharing the same name as his father (–), who was a prominent North Carolina clergyman and author, Hall wrote to GW on 15 and 30 Jan.
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George Washington, The Writings of George Washington, vol. V () . ANTHONY WAYNE () raised the 4th Pennsylvania Battalion in and commanded the Pennsylvania Division as a brigadier general during most of the war. In he replaced Arthur St. Clair as the senior officer of the United States Army and led the Army to victory in the battle of Fallen Timbers three years later.
The regiments of the British army were of two kinds - household regiments and regiments of the line. The former included three regiments of Foot Guards (the 1st or Grenadier Guards, the 2d or Coldstream, the 3d or Scots Guards) and three regiments of Horse Guards.
These were the oldest corps in the army and constituted a body of picked men. A good idea of the movement of the troops and munitions from Ligonier in the summer of may be had from the journal of Col.
James Burd, Arch. vii, 2d Ser., p. Col. Samuel Miles says that, "In the yearI was stationed at Ligonier, and had 25 men picked out of the two battalions, Penna. regt., under my command," etc. Arch. ii, 2d. Download Image of The committee, to whom were referred the act of the legislature of Virginia, of the 2d of January,and the report thereon, report.
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Thomas Mifflin of Pennsylvania was the Fifth United States in Congress Assembled President (USCA President), serving under the Articles of Confederation from November 3, until November 2, Mifflin's Congressional session first convened at the Maryland State House in Annapolis on Decem and concluded its business on June 3, Page 3.
Septem LINK TO ANNALS. Septr. Fryday At 3 this Morning was waked by Mr. Lovell, and told that the Members of Congress were gone, some of them, a little after Midnight. That there was a Letter from Mr.
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