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Head quarters, York, August 23, 1777.

Head quarters, York, August 23, 1777.

The danger this state is at present exposed to from the British Army rendering it necessary that the commander in chief of the forces within this state be furnished with the completest information of the military circumstances of the country ...

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Published by Printed by Francis Bailey in [Lancaster, Pa .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Pennsylvania. -- Militia.,
  • Pennsylvania. -- Militia -- Supplies and stores.,
  • Broadsides.

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesEarly American imprints -- no. 15517.
    ContributionsNelson, Thomas, 1738-1789.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination1 sheet ([1] p.)
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17691791M

    Release of executorship: Sir John St. Clair to Andrew Elliot, D.S., August 8, Letter of Thomas Coretts to Andrew Elliot, A.L.S., London, Aug 6: Copies of reports of the Council of New York on the petition of Presbyterian Church, for charter and Kings rejection of petition; April 15 and Aug In the Americans cut short a British plan to divide and conquer the colonies. The British surrendered a large force to the Continental Army after the battles of Saratoga in New York, but were able to capture the patriot capital at Philadelphia. In December, an optimistic, but weary Continental Army marched into winter quarters at Valley Forge.

      On Septem , American troops clashed with the British in the Battle of Brandywine in Pennsylvania, resulting in an American defeat that allowed the British to easily capture Philadelphia later that month.. In early September, with British general William Howe’s troops advancing toward Philadelphia, George Washington deployed his army along the east side of Brandywine creek, . J General Sir William Howe sets sail from New York City with approximat men. He embarks on a campaign to take Philadelphia, the seat of the Continental Congress. General Henry Clinton remains in command in New York City with British and loyalist forces. Howe and his force land at Head of Elk on Chesapeake Bay August

    The army melting away—Heath hovering around New York—Efforts to recruit. To Governor Cooke, January 20th Forces for local service—Necessity of completing Continental regiments. To Lieutenant-General Howe, January 20th.. Proposing an officer in New York to supply prisoners—Mr. Pintard named for the position. "Head-quarters, 7th August, "SIR, – Edmund Palmer, an officer in the enemy’s service, was taken as a spy, lurking within our lines. He has been tried as a spy, condemned as a spy, and shall be executed as a spy; and the flag is ordered to depart immediately. ISRAEL PUTNAM. "P.S. – He has been accordingly executed.".


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August 23 – Expenses paid to Mrs. Moland – £ Stenton: North 18th Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: August 23 to 24, Rudolph's Tavern: Chester Pike & Springfield Road. Orderly Book of Major William Heth - BOUND BROOK, May 15th, HEAD QUARTERs, June 18th, died there Novem His heirs received, Aug10, acres from Virginia as bounty land for three years' service.

His son, John T. Woodford, was a lieutenant-colonel in the war of Head quarters, York, Aug The danger this state is at present exposed to from the British Army rendering it necessary that the commander in chief of the forces within this state be furnished with the completest information of the military circumstances of the country.

General Orders, Head Quarters, New York, July 3, “The Orderly Book of Lt. Col. Stephen Kemble, ,” Collections of the New-York Historical Society for (New York: printed for the Society, ), Howe appears to have used a state of his army prepared on Ma for his figure.

Colonial Office, Class 5, Volume Head Quarters Roxboro Aug. the 8 th At a General Court Martial held the 18 th & 19 th of July last, the following Soldiers were tried for various Crimes & acquitted—Viz.

They are to form one Detachment, and are to guard the Deserters to Albany. Care is to be taken by the officers of the Regiments to which the Prisoners re- spectively belong that they be prepared to march also.

Head-Quarters, Boston, io August, Parole, Randall. Sign, Stevens. Head-Quarters, Boston, ii August, Parole, Uxbridge. Manuscript Orderly Book.

Headquarters [New York City], [July 8, – Aug ]. Containing two overlapping sequences in different hands: one page sequence runs from July [9], to Augand another page segment (written from the other end of the book) runs from Julypp.

7½ x 6 Rating: % positive. 3rd Grenadier Battalion was dissolved in March General Order to Disband the 3rd British Grenadier Bn. and Assign the 42nd Grenadier Co. to the 2nd British Grenadier Bn., Mar.

23, Head Quarters New York March 23d The 3d Battn of Grenadrs and 3d Battn Lt Infantry, are to be incorporated into the 1st and 2nd Battns as follows. Mailing Address: Warwick Township Historical Soc PO Box Jamison PA In the early evening of 10 Augusteleven thousand Continental and militia soldiers are marching up York Road towards the Cross Roads with Bristol Road [Hartsville, PA] on their way to Coryell’s Ferry [New Hope, PA] to camp four miles across the Delaware River.

General George Washington receives a Location: Old York Rd, Hartsville,PA. 23 Rev. Charles Inglis, who was rector of Trinity Church, in New York, from untiland, after the peace, was made Lord Bishop of Nova Scotia, in a letter to Joseph Galloway, the great Pennsylvania Loyalist, then in London, thus writes, under date of December 12th,in reference to the immense issues and the depreciation of the.

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As they kept themselves in close order, and in just such a. Full text of "Orderly-book of the Pennsylvania state regiment of foot May 10 to Aug " See other formats ^^^ 4.

— FROM THE ORIGINAL PICTURE PAINTED BY CHARLES WILLSON PEALE INNOW OWNED BY GENERAL STEWART'S GREAT-GRANDSON, JOHN B. CHURCH, ESQ., GENEVA, NEW YORK. Head Quarters, April 3, Sir: By command of his Excellency, I am to desire, you will send a corporal and six Dragoons, with a Trumpeter to Head Quarters, without loss of time.

They are wanted to escort the Commissioners on our part who are to meet on the subject of a General Cartel. To the New York Council of Safety, August 4th.

8. Panic on Burgoyne’s advance—Strengthening the northern army—Little as yet done by the States affected—Arnold and Lincoln sent on—No aid can be given from the south—False reports of Burgoyne’s force—Election of Clinton as governor.

To John Augustine Washington, August 5th. The summer of saw General Howe transporting a substantial part of his army south from New York to the Chesapeake Bay.

His goal was to capture Philadelphia. After the Battle of Brandywine Creek, Sept. 11 th,the Americans abandoned Philadelphia and General Cornwallis’ troops occupied the city on Sept.

26th.Constitution of New York, The Fourth New York Provincial Congress, resolving itself as the Convention of Representatives of the State of New York, adopted the first constitution of the state of New York on Ap The Province of New York was established after the naval invasion and absorption of the previous Dutch Colony of New Netherlands.