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Get this from a library. Pennsylvania War-Office, Philadelphia, May 2d, Application having been made to this board by the Honorable Major General Schuyler for assistance in procuring blankets.
[Pennsylvania. Board of War.]. Pennsylvania War-Office, May 2d, To the public.: the Honorable Major General Schuyler having informed this board that a considerable body of Continental troops, by the want of blankets, are retarded from joining His Excellency General Washington.
Pennsylvania War-Office, May 2d, To the public. The Honorable Major General Schuyler having informed this board that a considerable body of Continental troops, by the want of blankets, are retarded from joining His Excellency General Washington Published: (). United States Continental Congress (United States.
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and T. Bradford, ) (multiple to whom was referred the letter from the War Office with the papers enclosed containing intelligence of the. Apr 22, · “War Office (Baltimore) Feby 14th The 2d Virginia Regt now on Duty against the Insurgents in this State & the 7th Regt now in this Town, both whereof consist of about Men fit for Duty, have orders to march to join Genl Washington but are directed to avoid Philadelphia.
Full text of "Pennsylvania in the war of the revolution, battalions and line. " See other formats. Aug 15, · 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, 4th. 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 son of James.
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Philadelphia May 2d. Your dispatches dated Paris Feby 6th & 8th were safely recd about the middle of April. (1) We observe your Remarks on the Timerousness of the French Merchants respecting the forming Trading Companies which you say is occasioned by the change and fluctuation of News.
Letter, To: Robert S. Lynch, From: A. Russell, Adjutant General, Pennsylvania, August 15, These materials are owned by the American Catholic Historical Society and maintained at the Catholic Historical Research Center of the Archdiocese of Philadelphia (CHRC) Roosevelt Blvd., Philadelphia, PA Campaign to Valley Forge, July 1, December 19, Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, Reed, William Bradford, ed.
Life and Correspondence of Joseph Reed. 2 vols. Philadelphia: Lindsay and Blakiston, "Review of Circular Letter of Benjamin Waterhouse to His Surgeons in the 2nd Military District, September ". The work on the new constitution would not be completed due to the British advance, forcing a Continental Congress move first to Baltimore and then, with the occupation of Philadelphia a flight to York-Town, Pennsylvania in September Letter from Alexander Dow[?] to the President of Congress, Philadelphia, May 23, The Papers of the Continental Congress (Microfilm Collection M), Roll 94, page John Andrews, His Surveying Book / Likewise, Painting.
Upper Freehold Twp, Monmouth County, copy of. (Trenton: Naar, Day and Naar Book and Job Printers, ), pp. (Wilson Library, University of Minnesota N46s)."On April 2d,a detachment of New Jersey Volunteers lefts Philadelphia for the purpose of garrisoning the fort at Billingsport, New Jersey." Online Library of Liberty.
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Is this your ancestor. Explore genealogy for Andrew Bostian Sr. born Pennsylvania died Rowan, North Carolina, United States including research + more in the free family tree ekodeniz.com: Jan 16, The 1st Virginia Regiment was an infantry regiment of the Virginia Line that served with the Continental Army during the American Revolutionary War.
Its origins go back to the Charles City-Henrico County Regiment of Militia founded in During the French and Indian War, the Virginia Regiment was organized and was the only colonial regiment incorporated into the British line ( Allegiance: Continental Congress. Book 4, p. Recorder's Office of Westmoreland county.
From James Ramsey the title passed to his son, John Ramsey, who laid out the plan and founded the town of Ligonier. We may remember here, as a place pertinent to recall it, that the only title that existed in those who had settled around the old fort was one of sufferance.
During Burgoyne's expedition,the grenadier and light infantry companies were formed into an "Advanced Corps" under General Frazer. At Freeman's Farm, 7 October,the grenadiers and light infantry were disposed on the flanks of the British line.
An act for appointing deputies from this Commonwealth to a convention proposed to be held in the city of Philadelphia in May next, for the purpose of revising the fœderal Constitution. Signed: November 9,read the third time and passed the House of Delegates, John Beckley, C.H.D.
November 23,passed the Senate. Full text of "The Pennsylvania magazine of history and biography" See other formats. * The Articles of Confederation was ratified by the mandated 13th State on February 2,and the dated adopted by the Continental Congress to commence the new United States in Congress Assembled government was March 1, The USCA convened under the.
The rest of the undated references from the Philadelphia Gazette are to a Captain Heysham, first name unknown. They may (and in most cases probably do) refer to Thomas, but I can't be certain. "Capt. Thompson arrived from Jamaica, spoke with the Antelope, Heysham, and four other ships from Honduras, bound for New-York, all well.".
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, Chapter VII’». [Philadelphia?: s.n, ?] From the committee of Congress III. From the Pennsylvania War-Office. From a declaration of the rights of Pennsylvani Philadelpaia [sic]: Printed and sold by Robert Bell, The pictorial field-book of the revolution, or, Illustrations, by pen and pencil, of the history, biography, scenery.
Dudley, William S. "Maryland at War on the Chesapeake, " In New Aspects of Naval History: Selected Papers Presented at the Fourth Naval History Symposium, United States Naval Academy, Octoberedited by Craig L.
Symonds. 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.
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 December 13, and concluded its business on June 3, They were in the field until after Christmas and supply routes into Philadelphia were restricted thereafter.
an official at the War Office, was commissioned to write the history of certain regiments. were limited opportunities for the acquisition of red ostrich feathers by a battalion of light infantry in the woods of Pennsylvania.
On the 2d of May,Congress had resolved to raise two regiments in Virginia and Pennsylvania, to serve for one year unless sooner discharged, for protection of the western frontier, and for operation thereon;–twelve companies in the former and four in the latter State. Search results 1 - of The Project Gutenberg EBook of The Pictorial Field-Book of The Revolution, Vol.
1 (of 2), by Benson J. Lossing This eBook is for the use of anyone anywhere in the United States and most other parts of the world at no cost and with almost no restrictions whatsoever. When Richard Sparks's eldest daughter, Mary Sparks, married Garrett Wall inRichard Sparks offered to deed a farm to his new son-in-law if he would agree to take care of the younger children.
Garrett Wall accepted the offer. Richard Sparks at one time owned a considerable amount of land in Elizabeth Township, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania. The Stuart Goldman Collection: Lot 1: Deed For Land In Philadelphia.
Manuscript Document signed with the mark of Elizabeth Shorter, Philadelphia, July 12,only 3½ years after Philadelphia was established as the capital of Pennsylvania, 7¾ x 7¼ in., with attached docket leaf. 58 Claims for Captured Vessels, 59 Records Relative to Seizure and Confiscation of Property, 60 Proposals of Locating the Seat of Government and Printing the Journals, 61 Articles of Confederation, with Plans and Drafts of Treaties and Other Miscellaneous Records, Paris May 18th from A.
Lee-going to Berlin, refers to inclosures. Philadelphia 2d Jany. which I delivered with one from Governor Houstoun of the 2d to Congress. (1) Inclosed Your Excellency will find an Act of Congress of the 2d Instant for affording succour to South Carolina and Georgia.
I shall exert myself for carrying into. Memorial Dedication to John Stroud and Stephen Crow: Members of the Athens, Lyman Hall and the Piedmont Chapters met on March 24th, at 2 PM at the Mars Hill Baptist Cemetery in Watkinsville GA.
to mark the graves of three Revolutionary War Patriots. Mrs. Elizabeth Thomson, late a domestic in the family of the late commander in chief, being for her pension from the 17th May to 30th September,agreeably to act of Congress 18th Feb. 3. John Paulding, being for his pension from 3d November,to 2d November,agreeably to act of Congress of 3d November War Office and United States War Department (page images at HathiTrust) A KW Mc/s distributed amplifier, designed for use with 10 KW ionospheric sounders (Washington, For sale by the Supt.
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PREFACE. The preliminary genealogy, and the first two chapters of this volume, are taken from the fragment of a biography left by the late John Quincy Adams. That portion of it extending nearly to the end of the first chapter, appears to have been written by him during the summer ofjust after the close of his official term as President of the United States, and before he was recalled.ekodeniz.com THE ORGANIZATION OF THE BRITISH ARMY IN THEAMERICAN REVOLUTION.
BIBLIOGRAPHY. In the following list no attempt has been made to compile an exhaustive bibliography, only those works being included which were especially serviceable in preparing this work.Thompson Gale Database Resources.
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