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It was in the Month of October last that I received your first Order to be ready to repair to the Vicinity of your Quarters, to be employed in forming a Code of Regulations, Instruction, &c. for the Artillery of the U. States. From that Moment I prepared Materials for the Purpose, and began in the Beginning of December to execute your Orders. From the enclosed Heads of the Chapters and...
Chapter 1st. Composition of the Corps, &c. Sect. 1st. Of the Composition of the Corps and its Uniform. Sect. 2nd. Arms and Accoutrements. Sect. 3rd. Infantry Duty, Colours, &c. Chapter 2nd. Garrisons. Sect. 1st. Of the Duty of Officers commanding in Garrisons. 8 Articles. Sect. 2nd. Of the Duty in Garrisons. 26 Articles. Sect. 3rd. Repairs and Fortifications. 2 Articles. Sect. 4th. Absence of...
I just receive a letter of Lt Dransy which I here inclose: The business for which he was Sent to Newport is far from being completed; and the usefulness of that officer who has already mounted ten Sea Coast Carriages, and has preparations for twenty more, is sufficiently obvious. who may continue the mounting as that officer can do? If it is necessary that an officer Should be Sent to his...
The Legislature of this State during their last Session has enacted a law ordering the Amount of the debt due to the U.S by the State of New york to be paid, during a certain number of years, on Condition that the whole should be employed on fortifying this harbour, and expended under the direction of the Secretary of War; 20,000 Dollars in the Sum appropriated for the year 1800. Employ’d in...
I have the Satisfaction of informing you that the President of the U.S. has ordered Mr McHenry to make out for me the Commission of Lieut. Colonel of the second Regiment, and that of Inspector of Artillery. Your testified Friendship for me is a Warrant for the Pleasure this Information will give you. I had the Honour of receiving your Letter of the 23rd. this Morning; I will immediately make...
Enclosed I have the Honour of presenting to you a List of the Vacancies which are to be filled up in the two Regiments of Artillerists and Engineers, with the Names of the Officers whom Lt Col W. S. Smith has marked as the most deserving to be continued in the Army, and transferred to the Corps of Artillerists and Engineers. The annexed Return will evince that the whole Expence for preserving...
Ce que j’avois prévû est arrive; après avoir été prévenir le Lt Col. Smith que j’avois établi trois rendezvous, et que J’allois commencer à éxécuter vos ordres. J’ai fait marcher un tambour et un fifre avec un Serjeant, quelques hommes et un drapeau. A peine ils étoient arrivés au centre du 13e Regt que le Major Ripley, quoiqu’il ne fut pas officier de jour, les a fait cesser, et leur a...
Cap-Français [ Santo Domingo ], September 6–9, 1802 . States that he has returned to General Charles Victor Emmanuel Leclerc’s staff in Santo Domingo. Describes Leclerc’s campaign to restore French rule on the island and replies to criticism in the United States of Leclerc’s conduct. ALS , Hamilton Papers, Library of Congress. Tousard, a former captain of artillery in the French army, was an...