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In Congress, April 1, 1777.
United States. Continental Congress.
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Book/Printed Material In Congress, April 1, For the better regulating the pay of the army, resolved, that the paymaster or deputy paymaster general shall pay no money but by warrants from the commanders in chief in their respective departments, countersigned by their respective secretaries.
Book/Printed Material In Congress, Ap Resolved, that it be recommended to the executive powers of each of the United States, 1777. book enquire into the conduct of all officers on the recruiting service, within them respectively, to remove all such as belong to the battalions of their respective quotas, who have neglected their duty.
Book/Printed Material In Congress, Ap Resolved, that it be recommended to the executive powers of each of the United States to enquire into the conduct of all officers on the recruiting service within them respectively, to remove all such as belong to the battalions of their respective quotas, who have neglected their duty.
Get this from a library. In Congress, April 1, For the better regulating the pay of the army, resolved, that the paymaster or deputy paymaster general shall pay no money but by warrants from the commanders in chief.
[United States. Continental Congress.]. Book/Printed Material In Congress, April 4, Resolved, 1. That there be one Commissary-General of Musters for the Army of the United States. That there be four deputy muster-masters general; and that the said appointments be made by Congress.
Book/Printed Material In Congress, Ap Resolved, that it be recommended to the several states forthwith to In Congress the sums advanced by them for recruiting the Continental battalions, raised by the said states, together with the names of the officers receiving the same, to be transmitted to the pay-masters of such battalions.
Journals of Congress. Containing the Proceedings From January 1,to January 1, Published by Order of Congress. York-Town, [Pennsylvania]: John Dunlap, Octavo, contemporary full speckled brown calf rebacked, later black morocco spine labels. John Morton ( – April 1, ) was a farmer, surveyor, and jurist from the Province of Pennsylvania and a Founding Father of the United a delegate to the Continental Congress during the American Revolution, he was a signatory to the Continental Association and the United States Declaration of provided the swing vote that allowed Pennsylvania to vote in.
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Elected to the Second Congress in July Sentenced to five years of hard labor in April Released in April and traveled south to Virginia on. On June 6, Congress confirmed Boudinot’s appointment with the pay ($60 per month) and rations of a colonel, retroactive toalthough Boudinot accepted on Ap See, Legislative History of the General Staff of the Army of the United States, toAn illustration of an open book.
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United States. Continental Congress. OCLC Number: Notes: Twelve resolutions of the Continental Congress concerning the commissary general of musters dated Apr. 4,and one resolution dated Apr. 10, Signed: Extract from the minutes. By order of Congress, Charles Thomson, secretary.
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4,and one resolution dated Apr. 10, Signed: Extract from the minutes. By order of Congress, Charles Thomson. Books of motions made in the Congress, 88; sundry motions and resolves of the Congress,; and memorials, petitions, and remonstrances addressed to the Congress, Ordinances of the Confederation Congress, Letter book of the Executive Committee, Second Continental Congress, to Congress, Published by the Library of Congress, Letters of Delegates to Congress - Browse; Volume 6: January 1, to Ap Volume September 1, to J Volume 7: May 1, to Septem Volume August 1.
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A Revolutionary relic — the flag of the 8th Virginia regiment of the line.Get this from a library! In Congress, April 14th, Resolved, that it be recommended to the executive powers of each of the United States, to enquire into the conduct of all officers on the recruiting service. [United States.
Continental Congress.].April 13 – American Revolutionary War: Battle of Bound Brook: A British and Hessian force led by Lieutenant General Charles Cornwallis surprises a Continental Army outpost in New Jersey commanded by Major General Benjamin Lincoln. April 26 – American Revolutionary War: year-old Sybil Ludington rides 40 miles (64 km) through the night to warn militiamen under the control of her father.