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John Glover Papers, 1764-1860;

Author: John Glover; Glover Broughton
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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The papers of this Marblehead, Mass., Revolutionary War general consist almost entirely of military materials. The orderly books contain daily orders, results of courts-martial, the dispersion and provisioning of soldiers, extracts from Gen. George Washington's orders, military offenses, and the circumstances for the evaucation of Boston in 1776. The letterbook contains copies of Glover's letters to family and  Read more...
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Named Person: Nicholson Broughton; Benjamin Lincoln; Timothy Pickering; Philip John Schuyler; James Warren; George Washington
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: John Glover; Glover Broughton
OCLC Number: 49030611
Notes: Letterbook published in Essex Institute Historical Collections, 1976.
Excerpts from letterbook and orderly books published in Essex Institute Historical Collections, 1863.
Description: 1 box (.5 linear feet)
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The papers of this Marblehead, Mass., Revolutionary War general consist almost entirely of military materials. The orderly books contain daily orders, results of courts-martial, the dispersion and provisioning of soldiers, extracts from Gen. George Washington's orders, military offenses, and the circumstances for the evaucation of Boston in 1776. The letterbook contains copies of Glover's letters to family and military recipients, discussing provisions, condition of the troops, statistics of those killed, wounded, lost as prisoners of war, and enemy prisoners taken. Recipients include Washington, Timothy Pickering, Gen. Philip Schuyler, and James Warren. There are a few personal and business papers consisting of receipts and letters, including a letter to Gen. Benjamin Lincoln. The memorial to John Glover and Nicholson Broughton was prepared by Glover Broughton, grandson of John and son of Nicholson.

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