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William R. Lee orderly books, 1775-1776.

Author: William R LeeJohn GloverNathaniel GreeneCharles LeeJohn NixonAll authors
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Orderly books kept for Capt. William Lee of John Glover's (later the 14th Continental) Regiment during the Revolutionary War in Winter Hill, Cambridge, Mass., 23 June- Dec. 1775 (with gaps from Sept.- 29 Oct.), and New York, New York, 8 Sept.- 29 Nov. 1776. Includes general and division orders given by Gen. Israel Putnam to Glover's regiment during the Siege of Boston; general, brigade, and regimental orders given  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Order books
Order-books
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: William R Lee; John Glover; Nathaniel Greene; Charles Lee; John Nixon; Samuel Holden Parsons; Israel Putnam; John Sullivan
OCLC Number: 56409796
Description: 3 v. in cases.

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Orderly books kept for Capt. William Lee of John Glover's (later the 14th Continental) Regiment during the Revolutionary War in Winter Hill, Cambridge, Mass., 23 June- Dec. 1775 (with gaps from Sept.- 29 Oct.), and New York, New York, 8 Sept.- 29 Nov. 1776. Includes general and division orders given by Gen. Israel Putnam to Glover's regiment during the Siege of Boston; general, brigade, and regimental orders given by Gen. John Sullivan and Col. John Nixon for Nixon's Regiment (4th Continental) in Winter Hill during the Siege of Boston; general, division and brigade orders given by Gens. Nathaniel Greene, Charles R. Lee, and Gen. Samuel H. Parsons to John Glover's Regiment during the New York City campaign; and orders given by Washington's headquarters in Cambridge, New York, White Plains, New York and Hackensack, New Jersey to all the regiments. Orders pertain to plundering, care of the wounded, deployment, supplies, health and hygiene, discipline, recruiting, picketing, and guard and fatigue duties. Also includes an account of materials furnished to officers in the 23rd Regiment in 1777.

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