3 edition of Commissary-General"s Office. Philadelphia, October 6, 1777. found in the catalog.
Commissary-General"s Office. Philadelphia, October 6, 1777.
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Get this from a library. Commissary-General's Office. Philadelphia, October 6, All persons having in their possession rum, or any kind of spirituous liquors, are hereby ordered to report same to the commissary general before twelve o'clock to-morrow.
[Great Britain. Commissary-General's Office.]. Commissary general definition is - a supreme representative or deputy. Table of Quartermaster and Commissary Generals Quartermaster Generals Thomas Mifflin September - June Stephen Moylan June - October Thomas Mifflin October - October [vacancy] October - March Nathaniel Greene March - August Timothy Pickering August - Commissary Generals.
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an officer in charge of some special department of army service The officer in charge of the commissariat and transport department, or. 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.
October 6 there was a Letter from Mr. Hamilton Aid de Camp to the General, informing that the Enemy were in Poss[essio]n of the Ford and the Boats, and had it in their Power to be in Philadelphia. CHAPTER 4.
The Winning of Independence. The year was most critical for the British. The issue, very plainly, was whether they could score such success in putting down the American revolt that the French would not dare enter the war openly to aid the American rebels.
WAYNE, Anthony, (father of Isaac Wayne), a Representative from Georgia; born in East Town, Chester County, Pa., January 1, ; attended Philadelphia Academy; became a land surveyor and was employed for a time in Nova Scotia; returned to Chester County, Pa.; member of the provincial house of representatives in and ; served in the Revolutionary Army as colonel of the Fourth.
The papers relate to Anthony Wayne's activities in the Revolutionary War and later, his campaign against the Indians, and the peace treaties concluded with them: Wayne's correspondence with other army officers, with the Secretary of War, and with other men active in colonial affairs, ; records of courts-martial, ; military documents, monthly returns, muster rolls, and.
From Sir Henry Clinton's Raid up the Hudson River, October ; upon the taking of the forts on the Hudson on 6 October "About 10 oClock at Night the Rebels set fire to their two Ships, Montgomery and Congress, some Gallies and other armed Vessels with their Cannon Stores &ca in them." Augustine died on 5 April New York City.
Many interesting data are also to be found in "Minute Book of a Board of General Officers" (N. Hist. Soc. Coll. 56 Report on Army Extras, 57 "Minute- Book of a Board of General Officers" (N. Hist. Soc. Coll. ), pp.The train used by Howe in the campaigns of was organized on his orders by Sir William.
Commissary General's Department Return: Return of Men Women Children & Waggoners of the British Regiments, Hessian, New Levies & Civil Department Victualled at New-York and its Dependencies from 18 to 24th March In October,with a view to procuring forage, he directed Cornwallis and Knyphausen to take advanced positions to the north of the town - the former between the Hackensack and the Hudson, the latter between the Hudson and the Bronx.
Similarly, in December,during the occupation of Philadelphia, Howe posted a considerable. Notwithstanding New York’s July 9 th approval, the passage of Lee’s Resolution and even John Adams’ letter to Abigail declaring that “The Second Day of Julywill be the most memorable Epocha, in the History of America”,  July 4 th has been heralded as the birth date of the United States of America since Indeed, July 4 th has remained sacrosanct despite the enactment of.
The fact that Laurens' letterbook contains no letter to Beatty transmitting the original October 6 resolution is explained by the fact that he had been in Philadelphia at that time, and, indeed, had been the bearer of Laurens' October 6 letter to Livingston.
Page OCTOBER 9, LINK TO ANNALS. THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION CHAPTER I THE BEGINNINGS. During the seventy years which elapsed between the overthrow of the Stuart dynasty and the victory of Wolfe on the Heights of Abraham, the relations between the American colonies and the British government were, on the whole, peaceful; and the history of the colonies, except for the great and romantic struggle with New France, would.
Full text of "Pennsylvania in the war of the revolution, battalions and line. " See other formats. There are 8 volumes arranged to the rear of the collection including an Account Book (1 May August ), a Letter Book (29 April November ), Cash Account and Ledgers A and B (May-July ), Records of Supplies Furnished (19 April May & 4 June Dec.
a Provisions Account (May-June ), and a Return of Provisions and. This banner text can have markup. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation. 65Clode, II, ; Chichester, passim; W.O. passim. During the war the War Office was fairly flooded with offers to raise regiments on terms similar to the above.
Lord Dunmore in December,for example, offered to recruit a Highland regiment among. Congress presented him with a horse, "as a testimonial of the sense they had of his merits," Septemand promoted him to a lieutenant-colonelcy, "in consideration of the disinterested gallantry he had manifested in the service of the United States," Novem Advance Corps, LTC Heinrich von Breymann (KIA, 7 October ), Grenadiers, Light Infantry Battalions, Dragoon Regiment 1st Brunswick Brigade: Lieutenant Colonel Ludwig Wilhelm von Speth, 3 Regts.
2nd Brigade: Lieutenant Colonel von Gall, 2 Regts. Artillery () 42 Guns - 6-pounders, pounders, howitzers Reserve: Dragoon Regiment ( In October,with a view to procuring forage, he directed Cornwallis and Knyphausen to take advanced positions to the north of the town-the former between the Hackensack and the Hudson, the latter between the Hudson and the Bronx Similarly, in December,during the occupation of Philadelphia, Howe posted a considerable detachment.
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