4 edition of Head-quarters, New-York, April 15, 1783. Orders. found in the catalog.
Head-quarters, New-York, April 15, 1783. Orders.
Great Britain. Adjutant-General"s Office.
|Series||Early American imprints -- no. 44375|
|Contributions||De Lancey, Oliver, 1752-1822|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 sheet ( p.)|
WASHINGTON, George (). Autograph letter signed (“Go: Washington”) as Commander-in-Chief, to François Jean de Beauvoir, Chevalier de Chastellux (), Head Quarters, Newburgh, 10 May 3 pages, 4to, extremely fine. November, , when the Continental army. was discharged. i For a short time in the autumn oflTK*,, while the head-quarters of Washington were r at Newburgh, the main portion m'the array. were encamped at Verplank's Point, in pur-. siiance of an engavement with Rochambeau i to form a junction of the American and French) forces at that. New York Minutes of the Council of Appointments of New York, April 4 – May 3, Hyde Park, NY: Privately Printed [Franklin D. Roosevelt], New York (State) Laws, Statues, etc. An Act for Regulating the Militia of the State of New-York Passed at Poughkeepsie, April 3, , in the 2nd Session of the Assembly. Regimental orders, 27 May , Order Book of Col. Daniel Morgan's llth Virginia Regiment, New Jersey, 15 May-9 June , Early American Orderly Books , microfilm edition (Woodbridge, NJ, ), reel 4, i Collections of The New-York Historical Society; Miscellaneous notes for August , diary end sheets, Diary of John Chilton.
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Head-quarters, New-York, Ap Orders: It is the commander in chief's orders, that the following extract, from the seventh article, of the provincial treaty, between Great Britain and the United States of America, be strictly attended to. Head-quarters, New-York, Ap Orders.: It is the commander in chief's orders, that the following extract, from the seventh article, of the provincial treaty, between Great Britain and the United States of America, be strictly attended to.
In pursuance of two orders from His Excellency Sir Guy Carleton K. General and Commander in Chief of His Majesty's Forces from Nova Scotia to West Florida inclusive, both dated Head Quarters, New York, the one 15 April and the other 22nd May, We whose names are hereunto subscribed do certify that we did carefully.
Head Quarters, New York, June 16th Parole Hanover. –83 description begins GW’s accounts with the United States, June –June General Records—Treasury Department. “General Orders, 16 June ,” Founders Online, National Archives. George Washington, January 7,General Orders GENERAL ORDERS Head Quarters, Newburgh, Monday, January 6, Parole Xebeque.
Countersigns Yarmouth, Zenith. For the day tomorrow Lieutenant Colonel Barber, Major Oliver. For duty tomorrow the 2d. New York. William Glenny (d. ), who had served as a sergeant in the 3d New York Regiment from June to Januarywas commissioned an ensign in the 2d New York Regiment in November and was promoted in that regiment to second lieutenant in June and first lieutenant in April Glenny was killed on 30 Oct.
in an engagement at. In pursuance of two orders from His Excellency Sir Guy Carleton K. General and Commander in Chief of His Majesty's Forces from Nova Scotia to West Florida inclusive, both dated Head Quarters, New York, the one 15 April and the other 2nd May, We whose names are hereunto subscribed do certify that we did carefully.
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. Editor’s Note: This is part one of a five-part series. Part two. Part three. The “Diary” of Lieutenant James McMichael first appeared in in the Head-quarters Archives series 2, volume It reappeared in volume 16 of The Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography in Both versions are available online at Hathitrust and have been cited in numerous histories of the.
82 to theodorick bland, april 4, 83 to marquis de lafayette, april 5, 84 general orders, ap 85 to lieutenant colonel tench tilghman, ap 86 circular to the states, j ; chapter seven; the general resigns 87 to john augustine washington, j In pursuance of two orders from His Excellency Sir Guy Carleton K.
General and Commander in Chief of His Majesty's Forces from Nova Scotia to West Florida inclusive, both dated Head Quarters, New York, the one 15 April and the other 2nd May, We whose names are hereunto subscribed do certify that we did carefully inspect the aforegoing.
A.L.S., M. Morgan, [New York], Ap Sir Guy Carleton approves of matter discussed in enclosure.[No enclosure found] A.L.S., M. Morgan, [New York], Ap ; Elliot is directed to allow property of American Loyalists to be shipped free of duty to ports in Britain and Ireland.
A.L.S. (draft), Andrew Elliot to M. Morgann, [New. Sources. William Spohn Baker, Itinerary of General Washington from Jto Decem(Philadelphia: J.B. Lippincott Company, ). Elijah Fisher's Journal while in the War for Independence, William B.
Lapham, ed. (Augusta, Maine: Press of Badger and Manley, ). Fisher joined Washington's life-guards Mawhile at Valley Forge. The Second New York Regiment, by Samuel Tallmadge and Others with Diaries of Samuel Tallmadge, and John Barr, Prepared for publication by Almon W. Lauber PH.D.
of The division of Archives and History Albany, The University of the State of New York, Orderly Book IV. The secretary of the navy, under date of Apin a communication to the United States senate, reported the number enlisted in the navy between Apand Feb.to have b, of whom there were credited to this st men; that the number enlisted between Feb.
24,and J, of. This week in New York’s American Revolution History Ap 17 83 – General Orders, 15 April “Head Quarters Newburgh Tuesday April 15th “Parole – Amsterdam. Countersigns – Boston – Charlestown “For the day tomorrow – Major Trescot “B.Q. Mr – 3d Massa. General Orders, Head Quarters, New York, July 3, “The Orderly Book of Lt.
Col. Stephen Kemble, ,” Collections of the New-York Historical Society for (New York: printed for the Society, ), Howe appears to have used a state of his army prepared on Ma for his figure. Colonial Office, Class 5, Volume John Arnold, born in Hampshire Co, VA; died in Little Capon, Hampshire Co, was the son of Andrew Arnold and married Rosannah Shaffer Abt.
Rosannah Shaffer, born ; died Abt. She was the daughter of Martin Shaver and Elizabeth. Notes for John Arnold: Preacher at the. character detests and despises it.
– Extract from the Orderly Book of the army under command of Washington, dated at Head Quarters, in the city of New York (3 August ) Unhappy it is though to reflect, that a rothers Sword has been sheathed in.
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.
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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 Rev. John Sayre came to attend public worship here in April,and at the same time to acquaint us that the King had granted to all loyalists who did not incline to return to their homes, and would go to Nova Scotia, two hundred acres of land to each family, and two years provisions: provide ships to convey them as near as can be to a.
Washington's aides-de-camp during the American Revolutionary War were officers of the Continental Army appointed to serve on General George Washington's headquarters staff, with the rank of lieutenant headquarters staff also included one military secretary, a full colonel.
Washington had a small number of aides-de-camp at any given time, with relatively. The regiment was furloughed June 2, at Newburgh, New York and disbanded Novem One of the major highlights of the auction, this rare George Washington Signed, American Army Discharge Document Awarding the “Badge of Merit” has nice eye appeal and is excellent for framing and display.
The Second New York Regiment, by Samuel Tallmadge and Others with Diaries of Samuel Tallmadge, and John Barr, Prepared for publication by Almon W. Lauber PH.D. of The division of Archives and History Albany, The University of the State of New York, Orderly Book #1, part three.
Camp Peekskill November 2nd Full text of "[General orders and circulars, head-quarters First division, National Guard, State of New York, " See other formats. gard for medical officers and the Medical Department of the Army are documented by innumerable records.
In the collected writings of George Washington (42), there are hundreds of references to military health precautions, cleanliness broadly conceived, sanitation, policing of camps, huts and quarters, food (diets, rations, and "the proper dressing" of provisions).
The 2nd Canadian Regiment, also known as Congress' Own or Hazen's Regiment, was authorized on Januas an Extra Continental regiment and raised in the province of Quebec for service with the Continental Army under the command of Colonel Moses or part of the regiment saw action at Staten Island, Brandywine, Germantown and the Siege of Allegiance: Second Continental Congress of.
At Head-quarters, Valley Forge: " Baron Steuben has arrived [February 23] at camp. He appears to be much of a gentleman, and as far as I have had an opportunity of judging, a man of military knowledge, and acquainted with the world."?Washington to the President of Congress.
SUNDAY, MARCH 1. At Head-quarters, Valley Forge: Orderly Book.?" The. Head Quarters, New York, J "Thomas Blunfield of Capt. Darrow's Company, Col.
Parson's Regiment, tried by a General Court Martial whereof Colonel Read was President, was found guilty of "Desertion" and sentenced to receive Thirty-nine Lashes. The General approves the Sentence and orders it to be executed at the usual time and place.
State government prepared to receive New York—Rumor of an intention to plunder the city. To James McHenry, December 10th His movements after leaving New York. To the President of Congress, December 20th.
Arrival at Annapolis—Asks for the intentions of Congress on the day of resigning his commission. Signed: Given at head-quarters, Peeks-Kill, Decem Alexander M'Dougall, major-general.
Followed by two other orders given by Major General M'Dougall, dated Dec. 24, and Jan. 7,respectively. Evans ESTC W Also available in digital form on the Library of Congress Web site. Transfer; Manuscript Division, Library of Congress (DLC. Muster and Pay Rolls of the War of the Revolution, 2 vols.
New York: The New-York Historical Society, [Reading Room Reference]. These volumes present Revolutionary War muster and pay rolls from the library's collections, listed according to state with a name index at the end of the second volume.
Commander-in-Chief of the United Colonies and States of America from J to Decem First President of the United States under the US Constitution of Ap – March 4, August New York. Memorial as late Lieutenant and Adjutant of the Waldeck auxiliary troops. Has resigned his commission and wishes to remove to Nova Scotia with his family and two negroes.
o [Maj.] F. M[ackenzie] to Samuel Sayre (#)August New York, Head Quarters. Draft of warrant or authority to seize a negro. Maps and plans in the files of Colonial NHP.
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Regimental Orders, 26 MayThe Orderly Book of the First Pennsylvania Regiment, Col. James Chambers, 23 May to 25 AugustJohn B. Linn and William H. Egle, eds., Pennsylvania in the War of the Revolution. Ap – Lt.
Colonel Edward Antill was born on Ap in Piscataway (Piscataqua), Province of New Jersey. He was the fourth of six children born to Edward Antill (), a colonial plantation owner, attorney, and early politician in New Jersey, and Anne Morris ().
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