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    Calendar of Resolutions Based on Reports of the Board of War

    From: Adams Papers | Papers of John Adams | Volume 4 | John Adams and the Board of War: 12 June – 27 August 1776 | Calendar of Resolutions Based on Reports of the Board of War

    17 August. The congress resolved that Gustavus Risberg be appointed an assistant to Clement...
    221 June., 21 June 1776 (Adams Papers)
    21 June. The congress, considering the status of several officers who had served in Canada during...
    327 June., 27 June 1776 (Adams Papers)
    27 June. In response to a letter from George Washington, the congress resolved that six companies...
    45 July., 5 July 1776 (Adams Papers)
    5 July. The congress resolved that five tons of powder be sent to Gen. Andrew Lewis at...
    55 July., 5 July 1776 (Adams Papers)
    5 July. The congress resolved that a regiment be raised out of the officers who had served in...
    68 July., 8 July 1776 (Adams Papers)
    8 July. The congress resolved that George Washington have the power to call to New York the...
    710 July., 10 July 1776 (Adams Papers)
    10 July. The congress resolved that the Committee of Lancaster, Pennsylvania, be empowered to...
    819 July., 19 July 1776 (Adams Papers)
    19 July. The congress resolved that General Schuyler should police the pricing of goods sold to...
    931 July., 31 July 1776 (Adams Papers)
    31 July. The congress resolved that five tons of powder be sent to General Washington at New York...
    101 August., 1 August 1776 (Adams Papers)
    1 August. The congress resolved that Col. John Brown be permitted the rank and pay of lieutenant...