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General orders. Head-quarters, Boston, July 7, 1794.

General orders. Head-quarters, Boston, July 7, 1794.

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. ..

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Published by Printed by Adams and Larkin in [Boston .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Massachusetts -- Militia.

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesEarly American imprints -- no. 27288.
    ContributionsDonnison, William, 1757?-1834.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination1 sheet ([1] p.)
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14618985M

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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.

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.

General orders. Head-Quarters, Boston, July 7, By order of the Commander in Chief, William Donnison Adjutant General. [Boston: Printed by Adams and 1794.

book, ]. Not in Ford.; Imprint 3. Available also through the Library of Congress web site in. The Reed copy includes only the after orders and is addressed to “Mr Henshaw Adjutt General.” GW and Charles Lee reached Cambridge about midday on Sunday 2 July.

“The greatest civility and attention was paid to the Generals on their arrival at the camp,” wrote an anonymous correspondent on 3 July (Pennsylvania Gazette [Philadelphia. Penuel Cheney (Cheeney), who became a surgeon’s mate in the 3d Connecticut Regiment on 1 Maywas accused by John Spalding of making “fraudulent Draughts upon the Commissary’s Store and July 7 malpractices” (GW to Jonathan Trumbull, Sr., 29 Oct.

).Instead of being court-martialed, Cheney was allowed to leave the army (Cheney to GW, 4 Sept. ), but on 4 Oct. the. General Orders Head Quarters, Cambridge, July 7, Parole Dorchester. 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.

General Orders Head Quarters, Cambridge, July 4, Parole Dorchester. Countersign Exeter. 1794. book The General most earnestly requires, and expects, a due observance of those articles of war, established for the Government of the army, which forbid profane cursing, swearing and drunkeness; And in like manner requires and expects, of all Officers.

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.

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