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Glover, John 1732-1797

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Works: 48 works in 86 publications in 2 languages and 1,224 library holdings
Genres: History  Records and correspondence  Personal narratives  Military history  Sources 
Roles: Author
Classifications: Z1215, 973.3330924
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Pamiętniki o Napoleonie : podróż na Świętą Helenę według dziennika pisanego na okręcie by John Glover( Book )
1 edition published in 1896 in Polish and held by 2 libraries worldwide
General John Glover's letterbook by John Glover( Article )
1 edition published in 1976 in English and held by 1 library worldwide
William R. Lee orderly books by William R Lee( Archival Material )
in English and held by 1 library worldwide
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
General John Glover's letterbook, 1776-1777 by John Glover( Book )
1 edition published in 1976 in English and held by 1 library worldwide
William R. Lee orderly books by William R Lee( Archival Material )
in English and held by 1 library worldwide
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
M[arble]head [MA]; to Colonel Jackson by John Glover( Archival Material )
1 edition published in 1780 in English and held by 1 library worldwide
Requesting mercy for the bearer of the letter who deserted, has returned and has been ordered to return to his Regiment
John Glover Papers by John Glover( Archival Material )
in English and held by 1 library worldwide
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
The Royal gazette. the following accurate copies of original letters are part of a rebel mail lately intercepted by several of his Majesty's loyal subjects ( Book )
1 edition published in 1780 in English and held by 1 library worldwide
The letters "give a lively description of the opposite interests of the Congress and the leaders of the rebel army. Of the embarrassments of the latter in respect to supplies, &c. Of the depreciated state of their paper currency. Of the depressed condition of the rebel marine etc."
John Glover papers by John Glover( Archival Material )
in English and held by 1 library worldwide
These papers are copies in what appears to be a 19th century hand, on 321 pages of a blank book, of selections from the orderly books and a letter book of General John Glover. The military orders range in date from June 29, 1775 to October 14, 1778 (p. 1-233) and from August 3, 1781 to November 25, 1781 (p. 263-321). The letter book occupies thirty pages and is bound in the center of the volume. It contains 35 letters all dated between 16 and 30 September 1777. With the exception of two letters to General Glover's mother and his brother, all are directed to military officers. Many of the letters are written to General George Washington
DS, Springfield, [MA] by John Glover( Archival Material )
1 edition published in 1780 in English and held by 0 libraries worldwide
A descriptive list of eighteen men under the care of Ensn. Boardman "being raised to reinforce the Continental Army."
LS, Head Quarters [Middlebrook, N.J.], to Brig. Gen. John Glover by George Washington( Archival Material )
1 edition published in 1779 in English and held by 0 libraries worldwide
Returns a defective arrangement of the four regiments in Glover's brigade because the dates of the officers' commissions were missing. "To prevent any disputes in future, I think it will be advisable for the Arrangement of the 4 Regiments to be attached together ..."
 
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Alternative Names
Джон Гловер
約翰·葛雷佛
Languages
English (70)
Polish (1)
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