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Standing orders for the garrison of Philadelphia, July 7, 1778.

United States. Continental Army.

Standing orders for the garrison of Philadelphia, July 7, 1778.

by United States. Continental Army.

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Published by s.n. in [Philadelphia .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • United States. -- Continental Army -- Regulations.,
  • Military discipline -- Pennsylvania -- Philadelphia.,
  • Philadelphia (Pa.) -- History, Military.

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesEarly American imprints -- no. 43563.
    ContributionsArnold, Benedict, 1741-1801.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination1 sheet ([1] p.)
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14595267M

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Standing orders for the garrison of Philadelphia, July 7, 1778 by United States. Continental Army. Download PDF EPUB FB2

Get this from a library. Standing orders for the garrison of Philadelphia, July 7, [Benedict Arnold; United States. Continental Army.].

Standing orders for the garrison of Philadelphia. As soon as any corps or detachment marches into this city, the commanding officer must wait on the officer commanding in chief, and make a report thereof. Published: () General orders, Head-quarters, Philadelphia, Dec.

14, Similar Items. Standing orders for the garrison of Philadelphia, July 7, Published: () ; General orders. Philadelphia, April The commanding officers of the several Continental corps now in this city, to make immediate returns to the quarter-master general.

() Standing orders for the garrison of Philadelphia By order of Major General Arnold. By order of Major General Arnold. July 7 Nicola, T. Philadelphia: Printed by Robert Aitken. The Philadelphia Campaign: June July (Great Campaigns) [Martin, David G.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

The Philadelphia Campaign: June July (Great Campaigns)Cited by: 2. Standing orders for the garrison of Philadelphia, July 7, Published: () General orders, Head-quarters, Philadelphia, Dec. 14, Colonel Griffin is appointed adjutant general to the troops in and about this city.

Stephen R. Taaffe, a history professor in Texas, attempts to describe and interpret the campaign around Philadelphia in between Washington's Continental army and the British army under Lord Howe. The results are mixed.

In short, this book is interesting, but as a military campaign narrative, it suffers from several intrinsic flaws/5(4). The Quarter Master Genl so soon as he has marked the ground for a Camp is to direct the march of the Troops to it.

They are to be Incampd in the Order just mentioned, beginning upon the right of each line. 35 Picqt from Culo Poor's Kegt 1—1—1 — 2— Whenever a Colo mounts guard his Surgeon and one to act as Adjutant are to attend hina during his Tour, this to be a Standing Order A Scan'l B.

Camp on Winter Hill Nov. Brigade Orders. September The British entered Philadelphia. October Battle of Germantown. October Battle of Red Bank.

November Mud Fort evacuated, and taken by the British. June The British evacuated Philadelphia. May Act of Congress passed, authorizing the establishment of the Bank of North America.

The bank opened January, General Orders, 1 June General Orders. The following will be observed as a standing Model for the Order of March, whether of the whole Army, a Division, Brigade or Battalion; It may happen that some changes may be necessary in the Strength and number of the Advanced, Rear and Flank Guards and in their relative distances to each other.

At the same Court Lieutt West of Coll Angell’s Regiment was tried for plundering the property of Mrs Golf in the Month of December A.D. found guilty of the Charge exhibited against him and sentenced to be discharged from the service2—The Commander in Chief confirms the sentence, and orders it to take place immediately.

The Philadelphia Campaign, book. Read 2 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. American fortunes were at a low point in the wi /5. Arnold, Benedict Standing orders for the garrison of Philadelphia, July 7, by United States () 9 editions published Standing orders for the garrison of Philadelphia: I.

As soon as any corps or detachment marches into this city. Stewart Herbert, Jr. (–), a printer from Lancaster County, Pa., enlisted in the German Regiment as a sergeant in July and became an ensign of the 12th Pennsylvania Regiment in October of that year.

Promoted to second lieutenant in May and to first lieutenant in Januaryhe transferred to the 6th Pennsylvania Regiment on 1 July by: Cavan, Richard Lambart, Earl of. Published: () An abridgment of the English military discipline: printed by special command for the use of His Majesties forces.

Published: () Standing orders for the garrison of Philadelphia, July 7, Published: (). Thomas Lloyd Moore (–) was a son of Philadelphia merchant William Moore (c–), who was on the Pennsylvania board of war and later became president of the Pennsylvania supreme executive council.

The younger Moore was commissioned a lieutenant in the 2d Pennsylvania Regiment on 5 Jan. and promoted to captain on 21 Mayjoining the 3d Pennsylvania Regiment in. On motion of Mr C. Pinckney — ordered that a Committee be appointed to draw up rules to be observed as the standing Orders of the Convention — and to report the same to the House.

— a Committee by ballot was appointed of. Mr Wythe, Mr Hamilton, and Mr C. Pinckney. And then the House adjourned ’till monday next at 10 o’clock A.M 1st Pennsylvania Regiment February 27 General Orders, Head Quarters, Cambridge, Feby 27th As the Season is now fast approaching, when every man must expect to be drawn into the Field of action, it is highly necessary that he should prepare his mind, as well as every thing necessary for it.

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