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In Congress, November 25th, 1779.

United States. Continental Congress.

In Congress, November 25th, 1779.

Whereas Congress, by sundry resolutions, have provided that cloathing be furnished to officers of the line and others at prices proportioned to their pay, but no enumeration of the articles intended to be comprehended in a suit of cloathes having been made ... resolved, that the following articles be delivered as a suit of cloathes, for the current and every succeeding year of their service, to the officers of the line and staff ..

by United States. Continental Congress.

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Published by Printed by David C. Claypoole, printer to the honorable the Congress. in Philadelphia .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • United States. -- Continental Army -- Uniforms.,
  • United States. -- Continental Army -- Officers.,
  • United States -- History -- Revolution, 1775-1783 -- Supplies.

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesEarly American imprints -- no. 16583.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination1 sheet ([1] p.)
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14595277M

    Josiah Harmar was born Novem , in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, the son of Rachel Harmar and an unknown father. After his mother's death on Janu , his mother's sister, Elizabeth Harmar, took in the two-month old Harmar and eventually sent him to study at Robert Proud's Quaker School.


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To the Committee of Congress, January 11th. The commissary of prisoners—Regulations for his conduct suggested—Orders should go through one controlling power—Intercourse with New York—The Western expedition—The position of McIntosh. To the Committee of Congress, January 13th.

In Congress November 25th (55) Whereas Congress by Sundry Resolutions have Provided that Cloathing be Furnished to officers of the Line and Others at Prices Proportioned to their Pay but no Enumaration of the articles Included to be Comprehended in a Suit of Cloaths haveing been made or any Rules Explecitly Laid Down for the Delivery of or.

Journals of the Continental Congress - Browse by Volume *; Volume 1 September 5, to Octo Volume 18 (pp. ) September 7, to Decem Orderly Book of Captain Robert Gamble of the Second Virginia Regiment Commanded by Colonel Christian Febiger, August 21 - Novem INTRODUCTION.

The original of the fragment of the Orderly Book of Captain Robert Gamble, herewith published, was presented to the Virginia Historical Society by Hon.

Jose ph Addison Waddell, Staunton. Janu – Ching-Thang Khomba is crowned King of Manipur.; June 1, – Benedict Arnold, a general in the Continental Army during the American Revolutionary War, is court-martialed for malfeasance.; J – Spain declares war on the Kingdom of Great Britain, and the Great Siege of Gibraltar begins.; J – American Revolutionary War: The.

Date and Issue No. Daily Digest Senate House Extensions of Remarks Entire Issue; Janu - No. D S HEntire Issue (PDF). Edward Davies (November, – ) was an Anti-Masonic and Whig member of the U.S. House of Representatives from Pennsylvania.

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United States – Calendar with American holidays. Yearly calendar showing months for the year Calendars – online and print friendly – for any year and month. In NovemberCongress put the Articles before the states for ratification. As written, the Articles made the firm promise that "Each state retains its sovereignty." Western claims remained in the hands of the individual states and states' support to Congress was determined based only on their free population.

Each state carried only one vote. On NovemVirginia Governor Thomas Jefferson signed a Proclamation of Prayer, which stated: The same week Congress passed the Bill of Rights, “The 25th day of next month was recommended as a Day for Special Humiliation and Prayer in consequence of the assassination of Abraham Lincoln.

Massachusetts furnished more regiments to the Continental Army than any other state, and the story of its line is the most complex. Although the Provincial Congress was in the process of planning a “Constitutional Army” to keep watch over the royal forces in Boston in earlythe fighting at Lexington and Concord caught it by surprise.

John Armstrong. AKA John Armstrong, Jr. US Secretary of War, Birthplace: Carlisle, PA Location of death: Red Hook, NY Cause of death: unspecified Remains: Buried, Rh. Military service: US Army (Brigadier General, War of ) The American soldier, diplomat, and politician John Armstrong was born at Carlisle, Pennsylvania, on the 25th of Born: Letters of Delegates to Congress, Published by the Library of Congress,   POLK, James Knox, (brother of William Hawkins Polk), a Representative from Tennessee and 11th President of the United States; born near Little Sugar Creek, Mecklenburg County, N.C., November 2, ; moved to Tennessee in with his parents, who settled in what later became Maury County; attended the common schools and was tutored privately.

The book was banned in the Soviet Union, but still won the Nobel Prize for Literature in Pasternak was born in Russia inand by the time of the Russian Revolution was a. SERGEANT, John, (son of Jonathan Dickinson Sergeant, grandfather of John Sergeant Wise and Richard Alsop Wise, and great–grandfather of John Crain Kunkel), a Representative from Pennsylvania; born in Philadelphia, Pa., December 5, ; attended the common schools and the University of Pennsylvania at Philadelphia; was graduated from.

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22Author: Paul Hubert Smith. Description: John Hanson of Maryland was elected President of the United States, in Congress Assembled November 5, serving until November 3, Full text of "The Diplomatic correspondence of the American Revolution: being the letters of Benjamin Franklin, Silas Deane, John Adams, John Jay, Arthur Lee, William Lee, Ralph Izard, Francis Dana, William Carmichael, Henry Laurens, John Laurens, M.

de Lafayette, M. Dumas, and others, concerning the foreign relations of the United States during the whole Revolution:. Journals of Congress: Containing Their Proceedings from September 5,to November 3, Philadelphia: Folwell’s, Thirteen volumes uniformly bound.

Octavo, original gray paper boards, period style paper spines and labels, uncut and largely unopened. Housed in three custom clamshell boxes. On November 4,the Continental Congress resolved that on January 1,the Continental Army, exclusive of artillery and extra regiments, should consist of 27 infantry regiments.

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Hartley. Ensign under Gen. Putnam in November,and was in battles of Brandywine, Germantown and Stony Point. At the last battle he was wounded by a ball in his arm, which has never since been strong. Served until close of war. Letters of Delegates to Congress,SeptemberVirginia Delegate Cyrus Griffin wrote Peace Commissioner Benjamin Franklin - "The French are a gay people and entertain a good deal; I am afraid Mon.

Gérard has thought the Delegates in Congress were rather deficient in that respect; but really the expense of every article is so very. The report was adopted by Congress. In the third committee, known as the Marine Committee, there were thirteen members, one for each colony.

Its personnel was practically the same as that of the second committee, and included such men as Robert Morris, John Hancock, and Samuel Chase, a remarkable body of men, who worked with the greatest ardor. Includes orderly book kept in this regiment, 4/25 - 7/31/, written in back of Pitman's account book dated Return to top (Third Rhode Island Regiment).

in Congress Assembled November to November Elias Boudinot was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania on May 2nd and died in Burlington, New Jersey October 24th, His great-grandfather, Elias, was a French Huguenot, who fled to this country after the revocation of the decree of Nantes.

Congress, on NovemResolved, "That the department of the, Quartermaster General to be for the future under the superintendence and direction of the Board of War." Congress on the 25th July,resolved that the department of Quartermaster General be considered as ceasing from that date, and that the Secretary of War and all.

Page [unnumbered] Page [unnumbered] PROCEEDINGS OF A GENERAL COURT MARTIAL OF THE LINE, HELD AT RARITAN, IN THE STATE OF NEW-JERSEY, BY ORDER OF HIS EXCELLENCY GEORGE WASHINGTON, Esq General and Commander in Chief OF THE ARMY OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, FOR THE TRIAL OF MAJOR GENERAL ARNOLD.

On Decemin recognition for his work in the revolutionary cause, John Hanson was elected a Delegate to the U.S. Continental Congress. Articles of Confederation Engrossed Copy Hanson, due to family business challenges and illness was unable to attend the Continental Congress until June.

Congress began debating the committee's report on 2 November and completed the reorganization in a month. It was clearly impressed by the unanimity reported by the committee, and it approved the recommendations of 3. JCC,; Smith, Letters of Delegates,  The Library of Congress Civil War Desk Reference is an extremely valuable guide for anyone interested in the American Civil War.

It is a great companion when reading historical or literary writings dealing with this period in American history/5(25).November in History. Artist's 'Rocket' Shot Down in Flames Novem ; Horatio Nelson: From Frail Boy to National Hero Novem ; Wrong Address for Shakespeare Tourist Attraction Novem ; Humble Beginnings of .