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2221The Stand No. III, [7 April 1798] (Hamilton Papers)
In reviewing the disgusting spectacle of the French revolution, it is difficult to avert the eye...
The several contractors besides rations including ardent spirits and vinegar shall only provide &...
Minutes of an Interview between Colo. Monroe and Colo. Hamilton at Colo. M’s. lodgings in the...
2224General Orders, 7 April 1800 (Hamilton Papers)
Returns are immediately to be made to the Deputy Quarter Master General or persons acting as such...
“It remains to be considered whether His Majesty’s Service might not reap considerable advantage...
Among the objects on all hands agreed to be necessary towards preserving the City from...
The business of providing shall constitute one distinct branch of service that of issuing...
2228General Orders, 23 May 1800 (Hamilton Papers)
Officers and Soldiers who are discharged from the Service of the United States, except by way of...
2229The Stand No. V, [16 April 1798] (Hamilton Papers)
To estimate properly the conduct of revolutionary France towards the United States the...
2230General Orders, 17 March 1800 (Hamilton Papers)
[ New York ] March 17, 1800 . Announces “Regulations respecting soldiers allowed to be taken from...
x A John Cropper + These old officers order of merit by Heth & Carrin[gton] x B Jonathan Clark +...
The following objects of incidental expenditure occur. 1. For travelling expences pursuant to the...
2233Indenture, 19 November 1799 (Hamilton Papers)
[ New York, November 19, 1799. The catalogue description reads: “His signature in full to an...
2234General Orders, 26 May 1799 (Hamilton Papers)
[ New York, May 26, 1799. Hamilton’s general orders, March 13, 1800, refer to “the general order...
A Regiment of Infantry is composed of a Lt Colonel Commandant 2 Majors first and second, An...
2236General Orders, 20 June 1799 (Hamilton Papers)
[ New York, June 20, 1799. On July 11, 1799, John J. U. Rivardi wrote to Hamilton : “I received...
General Pinckney, appointed minister plenipotentiary from the United States to the French...
The Elements of the Tactics of the Infantry consists of three branches. The 1 comprehending the...
2239"General Orders," 4 October 1799 (Hamilton Papers)
Letter not found. (Copy, Pierpont Morgan Library, New York City).
2240General Orders, 26 May 1800 (Hamilton Papers)
The Troops will be mustered on the first day of June or as soon after as may be, and the pay...
Names Rank Date of Commission Residence Henry Burbeck Lieut. Colonel 7. May 1798 Michilimacinac...
The spirit of jacobinism, if not entirely a new spirit, has at least been cloathed with a more...
2243General Orders, [18 May 1800] (Hamilton Papers)
It is the Duty of Major General Hamilton to announce that an act of Congress passed the...
2244General Orders, 4 January 1800 (Hamilton Papers)
The General Court Martial, of which captain Amos Stoddart was President, having found James,...
An Act for establishing an Academy for Instruction relative to the Military and Naval Service of...
2246General Orders, 27 January 1800 (Hamilton Papers)
Pursuant to instructions from the Secretary of War, the terms of enlistment of recruits in future...
2247General Orders, 24 September 1799 (Hamilton Papers)
The Paymaster General having arrived and entered upon his functions at the seat of government,...
2248General Orders, 12 August 1799 (Hamilton Papers)
[ New York, August 12, 1799. On August 14, 1799, William S. Smith wrote to Hamilton: “Agreeably...
2249General Orders, 20 July 1799 (Hamilton Papers)
The general court martial of which Major Willcock was president, having convicted Joseph Perkins,...
2250General Orders, 21 March 1800 (Hamilton Papers)
It is in future directed that general court martials not only investigate and ascertain the time...