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12051General Orders, 29 December 1777 (Washington Papers)
The Commander in Chief earnestly exhorts the officers of every rank to use their utmost exertions to have the huts completed as soon as possible, that the troops may get comfortably lodged. He also directs a gill of spirits to be served this afternoon to each non commissioned officer and soldier. And as officers may find it difficult and expensive to procure spirits for their own use in camp,...
12052General Orders, 30 December 1778 (Washington Papers)
Coll Beauford is appointed to visit & superintend the Hospitals in Jersey—He will apply at the Orderly-Office tomorrow for instructions. Varick transcript , DLC:GW . GW dined on this date with Congressman Samuel Holten, John Jay, French minister Conrad-Alexandre Gérard, and “about 60 other Gentln” ( Smith, Letters of Delegates Paul H. Smith et al., eds. Letters of Delegates to Congress,...
12053General Orders, 6 June 1780 (Washington Papers)
A Subaltern from Hand’s brigade to relieve the Subaltern from Clinton’s now superintending the Hospital at Pluckemin: He will receive his Instructions from the Officer he relieves. Six Camp colour men from Starks brigade under the care of a Corporal to be sent to Commissary Kean’s early tomorrow morning. DLC : Papers of George Washington.
12054General Orders, 14 May 1777 (Washington Papers)
The Quarter Master General, is to apply to the Adjutant General, for a fatigue party, to repair the road from hence, to Pluck’emin, which, is said, to be almost impassible in some places. He is also, to have a Guard-house, in the upper Redoubt, on the hill adjoining this place, erected with dispatch, and sufficient to contain 30 Men—This building to be slight, and attended with little expence....
12055General Orders, 17 November 1775 (Washington Papers)
Lieut. Correy of Col. Prescotts Regt tried at a late General Court Martial, whereof Col. Patterson was president, for “Forgery and defrauding his Men of their pay[”]—The Court were unanimously of Opinion, that Lieut. Correy was guilty of defrauding some of his men of their Blanket money, and of attempting to defraud others of their Coat Money, and therefore adjudge the prisoner to be...
12056General Orders, 23 January 1777 (Washington Papers)
Major Proctor is directed to inspect and arrange the Artillery, in such manner as he shall think best, for the defence of this place, taking care to have such repairs immediately made, as may be wanting, with horses allotted to each piece, and all necessary harness ready. The Brigadiers, and Colonels commanding Brigades, to make Returns of their men, to morrow morning. Varick transcript ,...
12057General Orders, 15 December 1777 (Washington Papers)
A field officer from each brigade, is to inspect immediately, all the men of his brigade, now with the baggage, and take from thence, to their brigades, every man who is able to do duty in the line—Major Snead is (till further orders) to take charge of the men remaining after this for the baggage guard, and report any who are left with the baggage contrary to this order. After Orders. The...
12058General Orders, 19 January 1782 (Washington Papers)
Commanding Officers of Regiments or Corps are not in future to furnish Servants or Waggoners from their Corps on any pretext whatever, with out an express order from the Commander in Chief or Officer Commanding the Army. Officers actually belonging to regiments or Corps and serving with them are to be allowed servants from their respective Corps in the following proportions. Infantry,...
12059General Orders, 14 March 1783 (Washington Papers)
For the day tomorrow Major Scott Brigade Qr Master from The Hampshire brigade. For duty the Jersey Battalion. The regiments which are not furnished with regimental Colours will immediately make application for them to Mr Frothingham, Commissary of military Store. DLC : Papers of George Washington.
12060General Orders, 18 July 1781 (Washington Papers)
For the day tommorow Major General Howe Lieutenant Colone. Reid For Picquet Major Trescot Inspector Captain Drew An Active industrious Serjeant is much wanted to serve as Provost Marshal any officer who can recommend a suitable person is requested to send his name and regiment to the Orderly office. DLC : Papers of George Washington.