3 edition of General orders. Head-quarters, Boston, March 1, 1794. found in the catalog.
General orders. Head-quarters, Boston, March 1, 1794.
|Series||Early American imprints -- no. 27286.|
|Contributions||Donnison, William, 1757?-1834.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 sheet ( p.)|
Commonwealth of Massachusetts. General orders. Head-quarters, Boston, January 31st, A general court martial, of which Brigadier-General Arnold Welles is appointed president, will assemble in Salem, in the county of Essex, on Tuesday, the first of March next for the trial of Major Thorndike Proctor [i.e., Procter], of the Fifth Regiment, First Brigade and Second Division of the. Papers: , 5 volumes. Orderly books, 17 Jan. to 10 July kept during Major General Anthony Wayne's campaign against the Northwest Indians. They were kept by Lieutenant Samuel Tinsley and others, and primarily contain orders of the day and court-martial proceedings.
General orders, no. Head-quarters, Post of Bolivar, Bolivar, Tenn., April 16th, Skip to main content. Try Prime EN Hello, Sign in Account & Lists Sign in Account & Lists Returns & Orders Try Prime Cart. Books. Go Search Hello Select your address Best Sellers Customer Service Author: Mason Brayman. First Edition, First Printing. 7 X 12 Inches. 3 PP. Rare military order from Commander in Chief, President George Washington, instructing the United States to assemble a detachment of 80, Men to be armed, equipped and prepared "to march at a minutes warning." This order, from Massachusetts lays out how they will assemble their portion of.
United States. Adjutant General's Office: Subject index to the General orders and Circulars of the War department and the headquarters of the Army, Adjutant general's office, from january 1, to Decem (Washington, Govt. print. off., ), also by United States. War Dept (page images at HathiTrust) United States. General orders for the day originated at Washington’s Headquarters and were given to the “major general of the day,” a position that was filled on rotation by a different officer each morning. The rotating major general then transferred the orders to the adjutant general (an adjutant being a commanding officer’s administrative assistant).
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General orders. Head-quarters, Boston, Boston 1, the chief command of the Militia of the sovereign and independent Commonwealth of Massachusetts, by the decease of the late governor, has devolved on the lieutenant-governor--and he feels it equally consonant with his wishes, as it is with his duty, to encourage and strengthen it, by contributing towards the preservation of good regulation.
General orders. Headquarters, Boston, March 1, By order of the Commander in Chief. William Donnison, Adjutant General. [Boston: Printed by Adams and Larkin,].Author: Massachusetts Adjutant-General. General orders. Head-Quarters, Boston, July 7, By order of the Commander in Chief, William Donnison Adjutant General.
[Boston: Printed by Adams and Larkin, ]. Contributor Names Massachusetts. Adjutant General. Created / Published Boston, Subject Headings. Make Offer - William DONNISON / General Orders Head-Quarters Boston June 6 First Edition A TREATISE CONTAINING THE ELEMENTARY PART OF FORTIFICATION - John Muller $1, General orders.
Head-quarters, Boston, July 7, Doubts having been entertained by some officers in the Militia of this commonwealth, respecting the rights of the lieutenant-colonels who have come to the command of regiments, by the resignation, death or removal of the colonels.
Get this from a library. General orders. Head-quarters, Boston, June 6, By the act of Congress, of the 9th May last, a detachment of 80, men, including officers, is directed to be made the proportion to this state as estimated in the said act, be men The several divisions and brigades of the militia of this commonwealth, will furnish the detachment in the.
Commonwealth of Massachusetts. General orders. Head-quarters, March 12th, By order of the Commander in Chief William Donnison, Adjutant General.
[Boston ]. Imprint 2. Boston also through the Library of Congress web site in two forms: as facsimile page images and as full text in SGML. Printed Ephemera Collection; Portfo Folder 1. Head-Quarters Middle-Brook Monday March 1st Parole Marlborough— C.
Signs March—Moro. A General Court Martial of the line to sit tomorrow 11 ôClock A.M. at the usual place for the trial of Colonel Ogden & such other persons as shall come before them, Coll Williams to preside.
He was named a captain of the sappers and miners in the general orders of 2 Aug. and served as such until 1 June (see General Orders, 19 June ).
James Gilliland, who had operated a mercantile and mathematic school in New York City before the war, was appointed a second lieutenant in Capt.
Alexander Hamilton’s New York artillery. 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. GENERAL ORDERS. HEAD-QUARTERS, BOSTON, JUNE 6,Y the of Conørefs, of the 9th MAÝ laft, a detachment of go,ÖÖ0 Men, including Officers, is dire&ed to be made from the Militia of the UNITED STATES, to be coffipleatly aruned and equipped according to law, and held in readinefs.
General orders. Head-quarters, Boston, Feb. 28, It gives the commander in chief the highest satisfaction, that his fellow-citizens of the militia, not only retain the character they have already acquired by their improvements in discipline; but in the past year they have added to their reputation.
Title: General Orders Regarding Embargo, Boston, March Author: William Donnison Keywords: Militia; Soldiers; Military Records; Embargo; Revolutionary Period.
Head Quarters, Cambridge, March 17th Parole Boston. Countersign St Patrick Robert Hanson Harrison communicated additional orders to General Ward in a letter of this date: “As the Wind is fair and the Ships are still in Nantasket road, his Excellency is extremely apprehensive that General Howe has some scheme in view & designs of.
Samuel Jordan Cabell (–) was commissioned a captain of the 6th Virginia Regiment in March and transferred to Col. Daniel Morgan’s rifle regiment by July His promotion to major of the 14th Virginia Regiment was dated 20 Dec.
but evidently not issued until early (see George Weedon to GW, 31 Dec.DNA: RG 93, Revolutionary War Rolls, –, Virginia. Commonwealth of Massachusetts. General Orders. Head-Quarters, Ma ([Boston, Massachusetts], ).
1 sheet (1 page), " x 13", printed on laid paper, trimmed. Commander in chief maintains it is the duty of the nation to provide for its own security and the important role that militia units play in this role.
All Prisoners taken, Deserters coming in, Persons coming out of Boston, who can give any Intelligence; any Captures of any kind from the Enemy, are to be immediately reported and brought up to Head Quarters in Cambridge. Capr. Griffin is appointed Aide-de-Camp to General. Militia book and personal papers belonging to General Henry Sewall () of Augusta.
General Orders, Boston, June 6, William Donnison. General Orders Regarding Embargo, Boston, April William Donnison. General Orders Regarding Embargo, Boston, March William Donnison. Annual Returns, Colonel Gove's Regiment, August General orders by his excellency the honorable Thomas Gage, General & Commander in Chief Dated: 10 December to 6 June The Boston Public Library's American Revolutionary War Manuscripts Collection has been cataloged and digitized through the generous support of.
General Orders And Index To General Orders, Paperback – November 2, by United : Paperback. Varick transcript, DLC:GW. Adj. Gen. Alexander Scammell’s orderly book entry for this date includes the following additional general orders: “A Sub—Serjt Corpl & 20 privates from the Virginia Line furnishd with three Days provisions to be send to relieve the Baron Steuben’s Guard Tomorrow Morning” (orderly book, 22 Dec.
–26 JuneDNA: RG 93, Orderly Books, –General orders / Head-Quarters Department N.C. and So. Va. ([Confederate States of America: s.n., ]), by Confederate States of America. Army. Dept. of North Carolina and Southern Virginia (page images at HathiTrust) General orders / Head Quarters Department of Henrico.
([Richmond, Va.: s.n., ]), by Confederate States of America. Army.General orders. Head-quarters, Boston, June 6, By the act of Congress, of the 9th May last, a detachment of 80, men, including officers, is directed to be made the proportion to this state as estimated in the said act, be men.