You
have
selected

  • Ancestor

    • John Adams’ Service in the …

Author

Sort: Frequency / Alphabetical

Show: Top 10 / Top 22

Recipient

Sort: Frequency / Alphabetical

    Show: Top 0

    Period

    Dates From

    Dates To

    Results 11-20 of 33 sorted by date (descending)

    John Adams’ Service in the Council: 26 December 1775 – 24 January 1776

    From: Adams Papers | Papers of John Adams | Volume 3 | John Adams’ Service in the Council: 26 December 1775 – 24 January 1776

    The Committee appointed to take into consideration the Letter from his excellency General Washington of the Tenth Instant, have attended that service and beg leave to report. That a Committee of both Houses be appointed to wait on the General and to assure him that this Court are zealously disposed to do everything in their power, to promote the Recruiting of the American Army and to acquaint...
    The Committee of both Houses appointed to consider a Plan for fiting out one or more Armed Vessels for the defence of American Liberty, have attended that service, and Report in the following Resolves, vizt. Resolved that two Ships be built, as soon as may be, at the expence of this Colony; One Suitable to carry Thirty-Six Guns, vizt., Twenty Four Guns carrying twelve Pound Shot, and Sixteen...
    10 January 1776. Resolution ordering Frenchman’s Bay committee to deliver clothing to Neal Mclntyre or to Charles Chauncy in Mclntyre’s behalf. M-Ar :207, p. 392. printed : Force, Archives [Peter Force, ed.,] American Archives: Consisting of a Collection of Authentick Records, State Papers, Debates, and Letters and Other Notices of Publick Affairs , Washington, 1837–1853; 9 vols. , 4th ser.,...
    6 January 1776. Order to Plymouth jail to release James Middleton. M-Ar :164, p. 234. ( M-Ar :164, p. 234).
    6 January 1776. Resolution directing the Receiver General to pay £8,000 to the committee for fitting out vessels for importing powder. M-Ar :283, p. 141. ( M-Ar :283, p. 141).
    5 January 1776. Resolution to supply the Continental Army with 4,000 blankets. M-Ar :207, p. 370–374. ( M-Ar :207, p. 370–374).
    5 January 1776. Resolution concerning mittimus of sixteen named men to Worcester jail. M-Ar : 164, p. 231. printed : Naval Docs. Amer. Rev. William Bell Clark, William James Morgan (from vol. 5), and others, eds., Naval Documents of the American Revolution , Washington, 1964-  , 3:631. ( M-Ar : 164, p. 231.) printed : ( Naval Docs. Amer. Rev. William Bell Clark, William James Morgan (from vol....
    4 January 1776. Message to House concerning the guarding of Hull and other towns. M-Ar :207, p. 369. printed : Force, Archives [Peter Force, ed.,] American Archives: Consisting of a Collection of Authentick Records, State Papers, Debates, and Letters and Other Notices of Publick Affairs , Washington, 1837–1853; 9 vols. , 4th ser., 4:1252. ( M-Ar :207, p. 369.) printed : ( Force, Archives
    3 January 1776. Resolution to have copies made of military rolls for use of the treasurer. M-Ar :207, p. 366. Printed: Force, Archives [Peter Force, ed.,] American Archives: Consisting of a Collection of Authentick Records, State Papers, Debates, and Letters and Other Notices of Publick Affairs , Washington, 1837–1853; 9 vols. , 4th ser., 4:1251. ( M-Ar :207, p. 366.) Printed: ( Force,...
    3 January 1776. Approval of mittimus of Moses Wayman and Samuel Webb to Plymouth jail. M-Ar : 164, p. 230. ( M-Ar : 164, p. 230).