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Pennsylvania War-Office, April 13th, 1777.

Pennsylvania War-Office, April 13th, 1777.

This Board think it their duty to publish a letter received from Mr. Henry Fisher, at Lewistown, by the Honourable the Navy Board of this state ..

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Published by Printed by John Dunlap. in [Philadelphia] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Philadelphia Campaign, 1777-1778.,
  • Delaware Bay.,
  • United States -- History -- Revolution, 1775-1783 -- British forces.

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesEarly American imprints -- no. 15541.
    ContributionsFisher, Henry, 1735-1792., Pennsylvania. Navy Board.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination1 sheet ([1] p.)
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14593178M

      The Continental Congress received the preliminary peace treaty on Ma , proclaimed a cessation of hostilities on April 11 and ratified the preliminary peace treaty on April Three days later, in general orders issued at Newburgh, New York, Washington announced that an armistice would go into effect at noon on Ap the eighth anniversary of the war’s outbreak at Author: Bob Ruppert.   Revolutionary War () Even before war erupted, Connecticut passed anti-Tory laws. In time, these—and harassment from liberty-minded neighbors—forced many loyal to Britain to flee their homes or suffer imprisonment. When fighting started in , Connecticut patriots earned acclaim, from Benedict Arnold (before he turned traitor) at the seizure of Fort Ticonderoga, to Israel Putnam.

    The chain of title is as follows: David Espy, of Bedford, Pa., attorney-in-fact of Arthur St. Clair, conveyed to Thomas Galbraith, of Fairfield township, Westmoreland county (Book A, p. )—13th of June, , three plantations and tracts of land situate at Ligonier, in the county aforesaid, one of them including the town of Ligonier and. Resigned and referred to War Office for final settlement." "A Wilson Whatley was stationed at Ft. Johnson and Charleston Harbor, South Carolina and paid on personal voucher for service from July 9, to Ap " "Our Wilson Whatley served as Justice of Peace, Morgan Co., Ga.

    1st Virginia Regiment of Col. Parker. Green of the Virginia line of infantry and that he is inscribed on the Pension list Roll of the Kentucky agency by a War office certificate bearing date 14th day of April and numbered and I do solemnly swear that I was a resident citizen of the United States on the 18th day of March and. † Colonel Thomas Proctor was born in Ireland, but in early life came to Philadelphia, where he worked at the trade of a carpenter, until the beginning of the war, when he raised a company, was commissioned Captain, Novem , and promoted Colonel from Major, February 6, , resigned April 9, and died at Philadelphia, March


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Book/Printed Material Pennsylvania War-office. April 13th, This board think it their duty to publish a letter received from Mr.

Henry Fisher, at Lewistown, by the Honourable the Navy Board of this State, as it is of importance at this critial period, that all t. Pennsylvania War-Office, April 13th, This Board think it their duty to publish a letter received from Mr. Henry Fisher, at Lewistown, by the Honourable the Navy Board of this state.

Scale ca.Oriented with north toward the upper right. Shows name and location of important buildings and wharf facilities. Inset: A chart of Delaware Bay and April 13th, from the original by Mr. Fisher of Philadelphia, [ca. ,] Available also through the Library of Congress Web site as a raster image.

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1777. book Fisher, at Lewistown, by the Honourable the Navy Board of this state Published: (). Full text of "Pennsylvania in the war of the revolution, battalions and line. " See other formats. - Explore fiberwoodart's board "Philly / Centennial" on Pinterest.

See more ideas about World's fair, Philadelphia and American independence 1777. book. Recruitment, organization, and service record of the 13th Pennsylvania Infantry Regiment.

Listing of every battle and skirmish. Recruited in Pittsburgh, Allegheny County. Organized and mustered in on the 25th of April ; mustered out August 6, This banner text can have markup.

web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation. Records of Pay and Settlement of Accounts Pertaining to Pennsylvania Officers and Men, January JuneSeptemand Febru (Volumes,) Box:Series:Series Number: 2. Enlistments, Maryland Line.

Muster Roll of Officers, 5th Regiment Maryland Line. circa F1. Return of Non-commissioned Officers and Soldiers dropped from the rolls of the 5th Maryland Regiment.

Feb. Muster Roll, Captain Jonathan Morris' Company 7th Maryland Regiment. November-December. Opinions of Hon. John M. Read, of the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania, in favor of the constitutionality of the act of Congress of March 3,"for enrolling and calling out the national forces, and for other purposes" delivered at Pittsburg, on Monday, November 9,and at Philadelphia, on Saturday, Janu by: Read, John M.

Colin McLachlan is listed as one of the "Casuals from 25th December " on a 20 March 42nd Regiment muster roll indicating illness or injury. However, this is from a Ma Philadelphia muster return and should be referred to with caution as the Regiment may have been trying to conceal his capture and/or desertion in the Spring Memorial ID: View Source.

To Governor Trumbull, April 12th Correspondence with the enemy and furnishing them with supplies. To Governor Henry, April 13th Slow recruiting service—Short enlistments the source of every misfortune—The evils enumerated—Small-pox. To the President of Congress, April 18th.

The first, the Articles of Confederation, was passed on Novemratified on February 2,by the required 13 States, and enacted on March 1, The second, the current US Constitution, was passed on Septemratified by the required nine States on Jand enacted by 11 States on March 4, Eads, Charles- Pensioner (Eckenrode, vol 2, 99).

Eady, Thomas- 13th Regiment (Eckenrode, vol 2, 99). Easley, John- Halifax County; On a list of guns & blankets belonging to sundry persons which was "pressed" for use of Halifax County militia when they marched with Gen Greene's army to Guilford NC, 1 smooth gun valued at The Connecticut Militia during the American Revolution can be confusing, but it helps if you begin at the creation of the Militia Regiment system in This system of Militia Regiments would continue in Connecticut until the ’s.

The common misconception of the militia is that it was a small company of men from a particular Connecticut. Christian Shockey enlisted April 7,place not given, served in Captain John Doyle's company, 1" Pennsylvania Regiment, was at the surrounder of Cornwallis at Yorktown and was discharged at the end of the war by Colonel Josiah Harmar; his service was rendered as private and sergeant.

Focusing on Pennsylvania, however, came at the expense of supporting Burgoyne's army at Saratoga, where the British forces surrendered to the Continental troops on Octo Under severe criticism, Howe submitted his resignation to London at the end ofand in May transferred his command to Sir Henry Clinton.

Full text of "The Pennsylvania magazine of history and biography" See other formats. Samuel Francis, ordered to be paid him by act of Congress of the 4th April 1st, and agreeable to resolve of the 15th instant, Oct.

7. Joseph Carleston, secretary in the war office, in consideration of his extra services, done by act of Congress of 27th September,1, In March of the General Assembly of Pennsylvania gave approval to General Daniel Roberdeau to begin mining operations at the site.

One of the greatest needs of the Patriot armies was ammunition. There were only a few lead mines in operation when the War started, and their output was not sufficient to meet the demand.George Washington, The Writings of George Washington, vol.

XII () [].