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Quarter-master-general"s-office, Newport, the 23d May 1778.

Quarter-master-general"s-office, Newport, the 23d May 1778.

Advertisement. The inhabitants of the townships of Newport, Middletown and Portsmouth, and on the island of Conanicut, are desired to come to this office, between the 24th May and 1st June, to settle ... whatever charges and demands they may have against the army, for carting, &c. ...

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Published by Printed by John Howe in [Newport, R.I .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • United States -- History -- Revolution, 1775-1783 -- British forces.,
  • Rhode Island -- History -- Revolution, 1775-1783.

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesEarly American imprints -- no. 43461.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination1 sheet ([1] p.)
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16696197M

    Samuel Breck, - Samuel Breck Massachusetts Georgia Samuel Breck was born on month day , at birth place, Massachusetts, to Samuel Breck and Eunice Breck (born Allen). Samuel was born on May 25 , in Northampton, Hampshire, Massachusetts. The Online Books Page. Online Books by. William Smith (Smith, William, ) A Wikipedia article about this author is available.. Smith, William, A Charge, Delivered , at the First Anniversary Commencement in the College and Academy of Philadelphia, to the Young Gentlemen Who Took Their Degrees on That Occasion .

    Morality not to be relied on for life. Or, A brief discourse, discovering the one thing wanting, which leaves the legalist short of life eternal. Delivered in a sermon on the lecture in Boston, May, 23d. / By Samuel Willard, teacher of a church in Boston. ; [Four lines from Titus] Willard, Samuel, / []. Filed under: Crooked Billet, Battle of, Hatboro, Pa., History of the battle of the Crooked Billet, fought May 1st, (Doylestown, Pa., Printed at the Democrat office, ), by W. W. H. Davis (page images at HathiTrust) Sketch of the life and character of John Lacey, a brigadier general in the revolutionary army.

    19 May George was born on 19 May at Accomack Co, VA. The George Parker family Bible shows George Parker, son of Geo. Parker & Adah his wife, was born May 19th & died in Baltimore in the State of Maryland, on the 12 day of July , aged 65 years, 1 month and 23 days.. 2,3 Will - Father's* 13 August Royal Naval Biography; Or, Memoirs of the Services of All the Flag-officers, Superannuated Rear-admirals, Retired-captains, Post-captains, and Commanders, Whose Names Appeared on the Admiralty List of Sea Officers at the Commencement of the Present Year, Or who Have Since Been Promoted; Illustrated by a Series of Historical and Explanatory Notes.


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Quarter-master-general"s-office, Newport, the 23d May 1778 Download PDF EPUB FB2

Get this from a library. Quarter-master-general's-office, Newport, the 23d May Advertisement. The inhabitants of the townships of Newport, Middletown and Portsmouth, and on the island of Conanicut, are desired to come to this office, between the 24th May and 1st June, to settle whatever charges and demands they may have against the army, for carting, &c.

master General, and on the 5th of June,Stephen Moylan was elected to fill the vacancy. The position and duties of Quartermaster General appear to have been distasteful to Colonel Moylan, and having tendered his resignation to Congress, that body, on the 1st of October,resolved that "Brigadier General Mifflin be authorized and requested to resume the said office.

Greene wrote these words in Philadelphia, after meeting with the Supply Committee of Congress on Ap Faced with a proposal to cut funding for the Quartermaster Department, Greene vigorously defended himself and his aides, arguing that, under the circumstances, his staff could not be held responsible for the dishonesty of some of.

The United States Coast Guard traces its origins tobut was not officially named until At last there is one definitive volume describing its history from inception to the present. The author, Thomas P. Ostrom, served in the USCGR fromand had basic and advanced training at the USCG Base, Alameda, The 23d May 1778.

book. Captain Christopher Newport is the namesake of Newport News VA and for those who live here as well as those interested in the history Quarter-master-generals-office the early English settlers, this is a very good read.

You will gain insight to the experiences of those who firsy came Newport America and how they survived in a /5(16). The Quartermaster General of the United States Army is a general officer who is responsible for the Quartermaster Corps, the Quartermaster branch of the U.S. Quartermaster General does not command Quartermaster units, but is primarily focused on training, doctrine and professional development of Quartermaster soldiers.

The Quartermaster General also serves First holder: MG Thomas Mifflin. The Battle of Rhode Island (also known as the Battle of Quaker Newport and the Battle of Newport) took place on Aug Continental Army and militia forces under the command of General John Sullivan had been besieging the British forces in Newport, Rhode Island, which is situated on Aquidneck Island, but they had finally abandoned their siege and were withdrawing to the Location: Aquidneck Island, Rhode Island.

Audio Books & Poetry Community Audio Computers, Technology and Science Music, Arts & Culture News & Public Affairs Non-English Audio Spirituality & Religion. Librivox Free Audiobook. Full text of "A Genealogy of the Potter Family Originating in Rhode Island". Married Emmiie F., daughter of Capt.

Isaac McCurda, June 18th, She was born Sept. 4th,and died June 7th, His second wife, Victoria, to whom he was married Sept. 11th,was daughter of Phineas P. Jones. She was born March 19th, Genealogy of the Tilley Family, 15 Children of William H.

and Emmiie F. Tilley. True Blue, taken January 3d. - Committed August 20th, From Marblehead Peter Janes. Brigantine Ranger's Prize, taken August 23d, From Rhode Island Charles Sherman. Merchantman Sweet Lucretia, taken July 5th. - Committed October 16th, From Casco Bay James Horton From Boston Samuel Lewis.

Schooner Musquito, taken and committed. On 5 May he was appointed inspector general of the army with the rank of major general (JCC description begins Worthington Chauncey Ford et al., eds. Journals of the Continental Congress, 34 vols. Washington, D.C., – description ends, ).

In Oct. when Maj. Gen. Nathanael Greene replaced Horatio Gates as. British troops induring their 3-year occupation of Newport, had destroyed his home and property, and he had been too busy to rebuild his fortune. In President Washington appointed Ellery as customs collector for the district of Newport, a.

Ezekiel Cornell (–), was a delegate to the Continental Congress from Rhode Island –83 and member of the Board of War. In the spring of he had received leave from Congress “for visiting the military Magazines, Laboratories, etc., and causing some necessary reforms” (LMCC description begins Edmund C.

Burnett, ed. Letters of Members of the. The town continued as earnest at home in the support of the patriot cause as it was active in the field.

MaTheophilus Cushing, John Fearing, Thomas Loring, Israel Beal, and Peter Hobart were chosen a Committee of Correspondence, Inspection and Safety; and May 23d, Benjamin Lincoln, Hezekiah Cushing, and Dea. Thus, Minute Book 1 provides a rich survey of JS’s interactions with associates and others during many dramatic, and often challenging, episodes beginning in October and concluding in November Sixteen different clerks took original minutes that were later copied into the volume by Frederick G.

Williams. Mr William Lumpkin (Yarmouth.) Will. To wife Tamasin Lumpkin; to da. Tamasin, the wife of John Sunderling; to gd. chds.

Gray, Elisha Eldred and Bethiah Eldred. 23d July Inventory L 3s. By John Crowell and John Hall. _____ Genealogical Guide to the Early Settlers of America: With a Brief History of Children: Jacob Lumpkin, Thomasine Mayo, Anne Eldredge (Lumpkin), William Lumpkin, Hannah Gray.

Severall lavvs and orders made at the General Court held at Boston, the 23d of May, And on the 11th of October following. Printed and published by order of the General Court, the said 11th of October, By Edward Rawson secr.

Massachusetts. / [] Several lavvs and orders made at the General Courts in May 3. August 1. & October D’Estaing not arrived at Newport, but a detachment made from the main army—Caution as to an assault on the British works. To John Augustine Washington, September 23d. Given at Head Quarters this 30th day of May, P.

June 18 th. The foregoing instructions may serve you for general directions, but circumstances having. MILITARY JOURNAL - February 4th, Having performed a journey on horseback to Boston and Barnstable, in Massachusetts, I returned here two days before the expiration of my furlough, and resumed my duties in the hospital.

Several gentlemen belonging to the hospital being desirous of improving in the accomplishment of. In Maythe General Assembly, meeting in Newport, created the offices of Attorney General and Solicitor General.

William Dyer and Hugh Bewitt/Buit, respectively, were immediately engaged. Notice the wording in the order and commission for Attorney General below, that he was “Engaged for the people, by, or in the peoples name ”Author: Christy K Robinson.

GENEALOGY Of East Hampton Families. BAKER FAMILY. John Baker, late of Amagansett, deceased, contributed material completing the genealogy of his family from Thomas (1) the first settler in East-Hampton, which was published in Jonathan Baker, Esq., Superintendent of Suffolk County Almshouse, has traced his family line to the same Thomas (1).Wd heir of hive near got the Boxes teady for Drawing, which sathe Tickets fell will commence fery foon.

the 23d ult. died at Newport, Rhode- aged about 73 Years, Godfrey Malbone, formerly a very Merchant in that one of paffi ng from to the Main, was by a fadden Flaw of which unhappy Accident Mr. Ruffell Green, of two gers and the Boatman, were drowned, and loft.On or about MayArnold re-initiated his contact with André, informing him that the Rochambeau's French force was on its way to Newport, Rhode Island.

In response, Clinton broke off his Southern campaign, left Cornwallis in charge and returned to New York to prepare for the French assault.