In Congress, February 27, 1778.

Resolved, that a company of bakers be raised to bake bread for the Army ...
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United States. -- Continental Army -- Commissariat., Bakers and bakeries., Broadsides., United States -- History -- Revolution, 1775-
SeriesEarly American imprints -- no. 43572.
ContributionsKeith, Israel, 1750-1819.
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Book/Printed Material In Congress, February 27, Resolved that a company of bakers be raised to bake bread for the army, the company to consist of one director three sub-directors twelve foremen sixty bakers That the company be inlisted for one ye.

Book/Printed Material In Congress, June 6, Resolved, that the resolution of Congress of the 2d of June, relative to the subsistance [sic] money to be allowed to officers in the continental service, be extended to all militia or other troops which may from time to time be called into the continental service, or which may be raised in pursuance of a special resolution of Congress.

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The Valley Forge Headquarters orderly book (55 pages) contains the general orders and brigade orders issued by Continental Army 1778. book at Valley Forge during winter encampment, from January February 22, Language: The material is in English Repository: William L.

Clements Library, University of Michigan S. University Ave. The title page reads: "Orderly Book No. 7 from October 26 to November 27 " Papers:31 pages. An orderly book of kept by Alexander McDougall's headquarters from April 14 - May 20,during his command at the Hudson Highlands.

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May 30,  · He had asked for the meeting to resolve strategy in regard to an expedition to Canada, which he opposed. The series of meetings lasted for over one month—from December 24,to February 1, The general quickly persuaded Congress to set aside the Canada invasion plan.

[1] He and the committee then proceeded to examine all aspects of. Sep 11,  · The Continental Congress was an itinerant legislature, often moving to escape British forces during the Revolutionary First Continental Congress met at Carpenters’ Hall in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, in the fall of When the Delegates reconvened in Mayhowever, they met in Pennsylvania’s state house.

By lateas the British neared Philadelphia, Congress. In Congress, February 5, Resolved, that the captain or commanding officer of each company in the service of the United States shall, at the end of every month, furnish the regimental pay-master with a pay roll Published: () In Congress, June 9, 1.

Bolling Stark (–) was named to the Council of State on 24 January and took his seat on 18 February. He had been a burgess and delegate from Dinwiddie County, and a member of the Convention of May He would be the state auditor from to (Journal of the House of Delegates description begins Journal of the House of Delegates of the Commonwealth of Virginia.

Delegates of King Louis XVI of France and the Second Continental Congress, who represented the United States at this time, signed the two treaties along with a separate and secret clause dealing with future Spanish involvement, at the hôtel de Coislin (4, place.

Navigation links to the Journals of the Continental Congress, The Library of Congress | American Memory January 1, to May 1, Volume 27 (pp. ) May 11, to December 24, Volume 11 (pp. ) May 2, to September 1, Volume 28 (pp. To George Washington from the Continental Congress Evacuation Committee, 7 February Author Continental Congress Evacuation Committee Recipient Washington, George Date 7 February Reference Cite as “To George Washington from the Continental Congress Evacuation Committee, 7 February ,” Founders Online.

This text-based PDF or EBook was created from the HTML version of this book and is part of the Portable Library of Liberty. Facsimile PDF: To the President of Congress, January 1st. To the President of Congress, February 27th. Historical events from year Learn about 38 famous, scandalous and important events that happened in or search by date or keyword.

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February 27. State of Massachusetts-Bay. In the House of Representatives, April 20, Whereas Congress by their resolve of February 18th,has called upon this state for thirteen hundred of the Militia thereof. The Library of Congress > Chronicling America > The star. > February 27, > Image 1 Search America's historic newspaper pages from or use the U.S.

Newspaper Directory to find information about American newspapers published between present. Sep 11,  · Papers: Ca. items in the Stanley F. Horn collection, cubic feet. Correspondence and papers relating to the Burr conspiracy, Creek Indian War, Indian problems, military supplies, Adams and Clay junta, Texas question, the tariff, nullification proclamation, and.

Jan 14,  · On February 6,the treaties of Amity and Commerce and Alliance were signed, and in May the Continental Congress ratified them.

One month later, war. A summary of the Battle of Monmouth on June 28, Articles such as this one were acquired and published with the primary aim of expanding the information on with greater speed and efficiency than has traditionally been possible. February 15, () James Ramsay’s account.

February 17, () Col. David Shepherd’s abstract and provisions for his troops in Ohio. February 17, May 6-August 11, () Richard McMechen’s account for provisions. February 17, () Robert Hamilton and Samuel Riddell’s account. February 18, Feb 11,  · Journals of the American Congress: from in four volumes.

by United States. Continental Congress; United States. Continental Congress. Journal of the committee of the states containing the proceedings from the first Friday in June, to the second Friday in August Aug 26,  · George Washington: A Collection is an important addition to the literature on the American Revolution.

The book provides a splendid introduction to Washington and his political beliefs, to the events of the Revolution through which he lived, and to the eighteenth-century $ Navigation links to the Letters of Delegates to Congress, The Library of Congress Volume 9: February 1, to May 31, Volume October 1, to October 31, Volume June 1, to September 30, Volume November 1, to November 6, Journals of Congress, 25 June The Council, 28 January Act of Ratification, 1 February House of Assembly, 3 February President Caesar Rodney to John Jay, President of Congress, Dover, 4 February Journals of Congress, 8 February Journals of Congress, 16 February Journals of Congress, 22 February Journals of.

In this resolution, passed March 29,the Continental Congress offers to compensate slaveholders in Georgia and South Carolina up to $1, for each slave enlisted in the Continental army, and declares that slaves who served until the end of the war would "be emancipated." The two states did not respond favorably to the offer, as George Washington later discusses with John Laurens.

They considered Indian relations, defense, and other common issues.

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The famous Stamp Act Congress () and the First Continental Congress () were both inter-colonial conventions, and the Founding generation referred to them as such. After the Declaration of .List of certain bonds filed of several captains engaged in privateer service from New Jersey, Return of the officers of General Maxwell's Brigade, Feb.

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