In Congress, November 25th, 1779.
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In Congress, November 25th, 1779. Whereas Congress, by sundry resolutions, have provided that cloathing be furnished to officers of the line and others at prices proportioned to their pay, but no enumeration of the articles intended to be comprehended in a suit of cloathes having been made ... resolved, that the following articles be delivered as a suit of cloathes, for the current and every succeeding year of their service, to the officers of the line and staff .. by United States. Continental Congress.

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Published by Printed by David C. Claypoole, printer to the honorable the Congress. in Philadelphia .
Written in English


  • United States. -- Continental Army -- Uniforms.,
  • United States. -- Continental Army -- Officers.,
  • United States -- History -- Revolution, 1775-1783 -- Supplies.

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SeriesEarly American imprints -- no. 16583.
The Physical Object
Pagination1 sheet ([1] p.)
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14595277M

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To the Committee of Congress, January 11th.. The commissary of prisoners—Regulations for his conduct suggested—Orders should go through one controlling power—Intercourse with New York—The Western expedition—The position of McIntosh. To the Committee of Congress, January 13th.. In Congress November 25th (55) Whereas Congress by Sundry Resolutions have Provided that Cloathing be Furnished to officers of the Line and Others at Prices Proportioned to their Pay but no Enumaration of the articles Included to be Comprehended in a Suit of Cloaths haveing been made or any Rules Explecitly Laid Down for the Delivery of or. Journals of the Continental Congress - Browse by Volume *; Volume 1 September 5, to Octo Volume 18 (pp. ) September 7, to Decem Orderly Book of Captain Robert Gamble of the Second Virginia Regiment Commanded by Colonel Christian Febiger, August 21 - Novem INTRODUCTION. The original of the fragment of the Orderly Book of Captain Robert Gamble, herewith published, was presented to the Virginia Historical Society by Hon. Jose ph Addison Waddell, Staunton.