3 edition of General orders. Head-quarters, Morris Town, January 22, 1777. found in the catalog.
General orders. Head-quarters, Morris Town, January 22, 1777.
|Series||Early American imprints -- no. 15644.|
|Contributions||Reed, Joseph, 1741-1785.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 sheet ( p.)|
Six aides-de-camp – George Baylor, Edmund Randolph, Robert Hanson Harrison, George Lewis, Stephen Moylan, William Palfrey – were appointed between August and March , some replacing predecessors who had been transferred.
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General orders. Head-quarters, Morris Town, Janu the general is sorry to find that the late general order, allowing the plunder taken from the enemy to be divided for the benefit of the captors, has been mistaken by some and abused by others.
Similar Items. General orders. Head-quarters, Morris Town, Janu The general is sorry to find that the late general order, allowing the plunder taken from the enemy 1777. book be divided for the benefit of the captors, has been mistaken by some and abused by others.
For more information on the erection of a bridge over the Schuylkill River at Fatland Ford near Valley Forge, see GW to Henry Laurens, this date, General Orders, 23 Dec., GW to Henry Emanuel Lutterloh, 27 Dec., source note, Sullivan to GW, 27 Dec.GW to William Smallwood, 7 Jan.and to William Duer, 21 Feb.
Sullivan, who on 21 Dec. agreed to oversee construction of the. Goodrich Crump, who had been commissioned a first lieutenant in the 1st Virginia Regiment in September and had been promoted to captain in Junewas cashiered on 19 Oct. for cowardice at the Battle of Germantown (see General Orders, 19 Oct., ).Matthew Smith (d.
), who had been appointed a second lieutenant in the 1st Virginia Regiment in Januarywas. HEAD QUARTERS Q. TOWN, June 25th, G. ORDERS. Major General for to morrow-Stephen. Brigadier General for to-morrow-Woodford. Field Officers Lt. Cob. Sayers, Major Hays.
Brigade Major, Swaine. The Picquets to be relieved this day at 10 O'C A. Tomorrow at 6 0' C., the usual Hour. Head Quarters Morris Town July 9 th Parole —— C—S. General Orders Aug. 5th, The Court Trent Town, Aug.
22 nd, Parole, Prince Town. Guards to Mount as Usual. Field Officer of the Day, Col. Clark. And for tomorrow, Col. Martin. For the Hospital today, Col. Thackston. General orders. Head-quarters, Morris Town, Janu [electronic resource]: The general is sorry to find that the late general order, allowing the plunder taken from the enemy to be divided for the benefit of the captors, has been mistaken by some and abused by others.
Head Quarters, Morris Town, April 7, Dear Sir: I am informed, there is a certain Mr. Smith, who has been lately taken up by Genl. Lincoln as a Spy and sent to Philadelphia under that Character; Morris Town believe, for several reasons that he is the man who was employed by you to act for us, in that capacity, and that the apprehending him is a.
General Orders Head Quarters, Cambridge, July 7, Parole Dorchester. Morris Town 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.
[A placard containing two poems in Morris Town to the Hon. Whitaker, founder of an Orphan Home in Oklahoma] Minnesota, January, The Library of Congress is unaware of, or has been unable to identify a copyright owner and/or information about any possible or likely copyright owner, and makes this item available as an exercise of fair use.
General Orders Head Quarters, Cambridge, July 4, Parole Dorchester. Countersign Exeter. Thomas Mifflin Esqr: is appointed by the General one of his Aid-de-Camps. Toseph Reed Esqr. is in like manner as pointed Secretary to the General, and they are in future to. George Washington to William Duer, 3 February To William Duer Esquire of New York.
Head Quarters, Morris Town, 3 Feb ry D r Sir. I had the pleasure of receiving yours of the 28 th January by Mr Sacket, who communicated to me the measures which had been planned by you and him, for forwarding the military operations on your side, and which I most sincerely wish had been carried.
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Peckham. Morris Town, Sir: Your detachment is to remain at Morris Town till further orders, with which, and the Militia now here, you are to Guard the Stores of different kinds, in the most effectual manner you are able. ^ Washington's General Orders for both Decem and Decem Morristown New Jersey Revolutionary War.
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McMichael participated in the “Long Retreat” from New York, across New Jersey, and into Pennsylvania. Head Quarters July 6Major General, — Stirling. It is with concern the General observes that so little attention is paid to the General Orders issued at Morris- town the 6th July, respecting that part of them which par- ticularly relates to soldiers, being read to them.
Orderly -Book of the Pennsylvania State Regiment of Foot. Washington to Nathaniel Heard, Head Quarters, Morris Town, Ap Sir: The Campaign is upon the point of opening in this Province.
I therefore desire that you will send on every Man of your Regiment that is Clothed and Mounted, and that have had the Small Pox. Washington to Elisha Sheldon, Head Quarters, Middle Brook, June 9, Author: Richard G.
Wax. 29 proclamation, janu 84; 30 to an unidentified correspondent, febru 85; 31 to president james warren, 86; 32 to major general philip schuyler, j 88; chapter three; the passions of men and the principles of action – 91; 33 general orders, march 1, 95; 34 to john banister, april 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. 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.
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Simpson, Head Quarters, James Island, March 9, quarters early in January following, to wit,at Morris town in New Jersey -- during the time. Bald Friar's Ferry on the Cecil County side of the Susquehanna. Welcome to the official Facebook page for Morristown National Historical Park.
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McDonald Family History > Hd Qrs Morris Town April 20th I duly received your Letter of the 24th Febuary from Philadelphia when you were on the point of leaving it with a General Orders, 22 June Head Quarters Springfield Thursday June 22d Parole.
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Contents. Ford died from pneumonia on Janu in the mansion house, witnessed by thirty-five troops from Delaware. Ford was buried with honors of war by the orders of General Washington.
Before his death, Ford and his soldiers captured a bronze, six pounder field cannon from the British Army on January 3, at the victory in Princeton. General orders, 24 MayOrder Book of Col.
Daniel Morgan's llth Virginia Regiment, New Jersey, 15 May-9 JuneEarly American Orderly Books,Collections of The New-York Historical Society, microfilm edition (Woodbridge, NJ, ), reel 4, item Washington took advantage of this state of feeling, and issued a counter proclamation [Janu ], commanding all persons who had received protections from the British commissioners to repair to head-quarters, or to some general officer of the army, to deliver up such protections, and take an oath of allegiance to the United States.
To Major-General Heath, January 22d Inoculation of troops—Returns for the Massachusetts Council—Orders of Congress with respect to the convention troops—British not likely to act against New England—Harbor should be defended.
To Major-General Putnam, January 25th 60 Tench Tilghman to Robert Morris, January 17 and March 2,RobertMorris to Tench Tilghman, OctoMorris MSS. In a letter that showedMorris's esteem for Tilghman the former said, \" I am entirely pleased to find thatmy sentiments on what was necessary to.
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Head Quarters, Morris Town, March 3, The honor of receiving your favors of the 20th and 22d Ulto., I am now to acknowledge. Some time past, Colo SHREVE had my peremptory Order to march with such of his Battalion as was their inlisted; I therefore expected him every day, till your Letter of the 20th.
informed me that he was then at Burlington. Financing the Revolution Document Based Question “Evaluate the role of the Bank of North America during the American Revolution” Document 1: From George Washington to Robert Morris, 2 August Head Quarters Dobbs’s Ferry 2d Augt Dear Sir.Toggle navigation snac.
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