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Cambridge, 21st August, 1775. Wanted for the Continental army. One million of bricks. Three thousand cords of fire wood. Two hundred thousand and bushels of charcoal. One hundred and fifty tons of English hay. Twelve hundred bushels of Indian co

Cambridge 21st August 1775. Wanted for the Continental Army ...

Charles Lee, Esq'r. - major general of the Continental Army in America / Thomlinson pinxt.

George Washington, Esq'r. - general and commander in chief of the Continental Army in America / done from an original, drawn from the life by Alex'r. Campbell, of Williamsburgh in Virginia ; Ioh. Martin Will excud. Aug. Vind.

In the House of representatives. February 10 1776. Whereas the votes and proceedings of the Honorable Continental Congress respecting the regiment now raising in this Colony to join the Continental army in Canada, make it necessary that some alt

Continental Congress, August 27, 1776, Draft of Resolution to Recruit British Officers and Soldiers into Continental Army

Continental Congress, August 27, 1776, Draft of Resolution to Recruit British Officers and Soldiers into Continental Army; Incomplete

Standing orders for the garrison of Philadelphia ... By order of Major General Arnold. Lewis Nicola, T. N. [Philadelphia: Printed by Robert Aitken 1777].

Standing orders for the garrison of Philadelphia ... By order of Major General Arnold. Lewis Nicola, T. N. [Philadelphia: Printed by Robert Aitken 1777].

In Congress. April 14, 1777. Resolved, That from and after the publication hereof ... [Changes in rules and articles for the better government of the troops.] John Hancock, President. Philadelphia: Printed by John Dunlap, 1777.].

State of Massachusetts-Bay. In the House of representatives, March 15, 1777. Whereas it is of great consequences to prevent the soldiers that are or may be raised for the Continental Army ... In Council March 15, 1777. Read and concurred. John A

An abstract from resolves containing the encouragement offered by the Continental congress, and by the State of Massachusetts-Bay, to such as shall inlist into the Continental army ... In Council. Jan. 28, 1777. Read and concurr'd John Avery, De

Richard Henry Lee to Thomas Jefferson, June 23, 1778, British Commissioners; Continental Army Takes Philadelphia

State of New Hampshire, In the House of representatives, December 28th, 1779. Whereas it has been determined by the General-Assembly to adjust and pay off to the soldiers who have been enlisted into the Continental Army, the arreages due to them

Thomas Jefferson, March 1780, Memorandum on Virginia Troops in Continental Army; with table

State of Massachusetts Bay. In the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and eighty. An act to prevent and punish desertion and for apprehending and securing deserters form the Continental army ... This act passed May 5, 1780. A true copy.

At a General Assembly of the Governor and company of the State of Connecticut, holden at Hartford, on the second Thursday of October, 1780. An act for collecting and storing a quantity of provisions, for the use of the Continental army and the f

An act for enlisting soldiers to serve in the Continental Army. [Dated] June 21, 1781. Charlottesville: Prated by Dunlap and Hayes [1781].

In Council, March 30, 1781. Sir. The act of October 1780 for recruiting this state's quota of troops to serve in the Continental army, allowed persons to exempt themselves from certain military duties, by enlisting a soldier after the first day

Thomas Jefferson to the First Magistrate of Each Virginia County, January 20, 1781, Printed Proclamation on Supplying Continental Army with Provisions

George Washington Papers, Series 4, General Correspondence: Continental Army, February 3, 1783, Procedures of the New Windsor, Connecticut, Court of Inquiry

George Washington Papers, Series 4, General Correspondence: Continental Army, February 16, 1783, General Officers' Board

Entrance of the American Army into New York, Nov. 25th 1783 / Chapin ; P. Greatbach.

[Evacuation day-100 yrs. ago - the Continental army marching down the Old Bowery, N.Y. Nov. 25, 1783]

Disbanding the Continental Army, at New Windsor, New York, November 3, 1783 / drawn by H.A. Ogden.

Officers cot at The Ford Mansion, the site of the "hard winter" (December 1779 û May 1780) quarters of George Washington and the Continental Army at The Morristown National Historical Park in Morristown, New Jersey

George Washington Papers, Series 4, General Correspondence: Continental Army, 1775, List of Ordnance Stores; List of Spears at Boston

George Washington Papers, Series 4, General Correspondence: Continental Army, July 23, 1776, Report on Ordnance on Long Island, New York

George Washington Papers, Series 4, General Correspondence: Alexander Scammel, August 24, 1778, Report on Negroes in the Continental Army

George Washington Papers, Series 4, General Correspondence: Continental Army, July 31, 1779, Report on the Powder Supply

George Washington Papers, Series 4, General Correspondence: Continental Army, March 24, 1780, Court Martial

George Washington Papers, Series 4, General Correspondence: Continental Army, March 27, 1780, War Council

George Washington Papers, Series 4, General Correspondence: Continental Army, February 3, 1781, Handwritten Blank Forms for Furlough and Discharge

George Washington Papers, Series 4, General Correspondence: Continental Army, July 1, 1781, Proceedings of Court Martial of George Wallace

George Washington Papers, Series 4, General Correspondence: Continental Army, August 15, 1781, Proceedings of General Officers Board at Dobb's Ferry, New York

George Washington Papers, Series 4, General Correspondence: Continental Army, October 15, 1782, Proceedings to Court of Inquiry at Verplancks, New York

George Washington Papers, Series 4, General Correspondence: Boston Town Meeting, March 12, 1782, Raising Quota for Continental Army

George Washington Papers, Series 4, General Correspondence: Continental Army, May 21, 1782, General Officers Board

George Washington Papers, Series 4, General Correspondence: Continental Army, February 8, 1782, Court Martial

George Washington Papers, Series 4, General Correspondence: Continental Army, April 1783, General Officers Board Proceedings at Winchester, Virginia

William A. Gladstone Afro-American Military Collection: Revolutionary War pay voucher, state of Connecticut, Bristol Cesar who served in the Connecticut line of the Continental Army, in upper left "cold Nigar," 1780-1789

George Washington Papers, Series 4, General Correspondence: Continental Army, 1775, List of Ordnance Stores; List of Spears at Boston

George Washington Papers, Series 4, General Correspondence: Continental Army, July 23, 1776, Report on Ordnance on Long Island, New York

George Washington Papers, Series 4, General Correspondence: Alexander Scammel, August 24, 1778, Report on Negroes in the Continental Army

George Washington Papers, Series 4, General Correspondence: Continental Army, July 31, 1779, Report on the Powder Supply

George Washington Papers, Series 4, General Correspondence: Continental Army, March 24, 1780, Court Martial

George Washington Papers, Series 4, General Correspondence: Continental Army, March 27, 1780, War Council

George Washington Papers, Series 4, General Correspondence: Continental Army, July 1, 1781, Proceedings of Court Martial of George Wallace

George Washington Papers, Series 4, General Correspondence: Continental Army, February 3, 1781, Handwritten Blank Forms for Furlough and Discharge

George Washington Papers, Series 4, General Correspondence: Continental Army, August 15, 1781, Proceedings of General Officers Board at Dobb's Ferry, New York

George Washington Papers, Series 4, General Correspondence: Continental Army, October 15, 1782, Proceedings to Court of Inquiry at Verplancks, New York

George Washington Papers, Series 4, General Correspondence: Continental Army, May 21, 1782, General Officers Board

George Washington Papers, Series 4, General Correspondence: Continental Army, February 8, 1782, Court Martial

George Washington Papers, Series 4, General Correspondence: Boston Town Meeting, March 12, 1782, Raising Quota for Continental Army

George Washington Papers, Series 4, General Correspondence: Continental Army, April 1783, General Officers Board Proceedings at Winchester, Virginia

William A. Gladstone Afro-American Military Collection: Revolutionary War pay voucher, state of Connecticut, Bristol Cesar who served in the Connecticut line of the Continental Army, in upper left "cold Nigar," 1780-1789

George Washington Papers, Series 4, General Correspondence: Continental Army, 1775, List of Ordnance Stores; List of Spears at Boston

George Washington Papers, Series 4, General Correspondence: Continental Army, March 27, 1780, War Council

George Washington Papers, Series 4, General Correspondence: Continental Army, July 1, 1781, Proceedings of Court Martial of George Wallace

George Washington Papers, Series 4, General Correspondence: Continental Army, February 3, 1781, Handwritten Blank Forms for Furlough and Discharge

George Washington Papers, Series 4, General Correspondence: Continental Army, August 15, 1781, Proceedings of General Officers Board at Dobb's Ferry, New York

George Washington Papers, Series 4, General Correspondence: Continental Army, October 15, 1782, Proceedings to Court of Inquiry at Verplancks, New York

George Washington Papers, Series 4, General Correspondence: Continental Army, February 8, 1782, Court Martial

George Washington Papers, Series 4, General Correspondence: Continental Army, March 27, 1780, War Council

George Washington Papers, Series 4, General Correspondence: Continental Army, July 1, 1781, Proceedings of Court Martial of George Wallace

George Washington Papers, Series 4, General Correspondence: Continental Army, July 1, 1781, Proceedings of Court Martial of George Wallace

George Washington Papers, Series 4, General Correspondence: Continental Army, July 1, 1781, Proceedings of Court Martial of George Wallace

George Washington Papers, Series 4, General Correspondence: Continental Army, July 1, 1781, Proceedings of Court Martial of George Wallace

George Washington Papers, Series 4, General Correspondence: Continental Army, July 1, 1781, Proceedings of Court Martial of George Wallace

George Washington Papers, Series 4, General Correspondence: Continental Army, July 1, 1781, Proceedings of Court Martial of George Wallace

George Washington Papers, Series 4, General Correspondence: Continental Army, July 1, 1781, Proceedings of Court Martial of George Wallace

George Washington Papers, Series 4, General Correspondence: Continental Army, July 1, 1781, Proceedings of Court Martial of George Wallace

George Washington Papers, Series 4, General Correspondence: Continental Army, July 1, 1781, Proceedings of Court Martial of George Wallace

In Congress, August 16, 1779 : Resolved, that the cloathier general estimate the value of the several articles of soldiers cloathing at the prices they were respectively worth at the end of the year 1778 ...

In Congress, August 16, 1779 : Resolved, that the cloathier general estimate the value of the several articles of soldiers cloathing at the prices they were respectively worth at the end of the year 1778 ...

State of Rhode-Island and Providence plantations. In General Assembly, November session, 1780. An act for filling up and compleating this State's quota of the Continental army ... Providence: Printed by John Carter [1780].

State of Rhode-Island and Providence plantations. In General Assembly, November session, 1780. An act for filling up and compleating this State's quota of the Continental army ... Providence: Printed by John Carter [1780].

In Congress, 27th May, 1778 : Establishment of the American Army. I. Infantry. Resolved, that each battalion of infantry shall consist of nine companies ... II. Artillery ... III. Cavalry ... IIII. Provost ...

In Congress, 27th May, 1778 : Establishment of the American Army. I. Infantry. Resolved, that each battalion of infantry shall consist of nine companies ... II. Artillery ... III. Cavalry ... IIII. Provost ...

In Congress, April 1, 1777 : 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 ...

In Congress, April 1, 1777 : 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 ...

Commonwealth of Massachusetts. In the House of representatives, November 27, 1780. Resolved that the following persons be appointed in each County to muster the men that shall inlist into the Continental Army ... Resolved that the following pers

Commonwealth of Massachusetts. In the House of representatives, November 27, 1780. Resolved that the following persons be appointed in each County to muster the men that shall inlist into the Continental Army ... Resolved that the following pers

Commonwealth of Massachusetts. In the House of representatives, November 27, 1780. Resolved that the following persons be appointed in each County to muster the men that shall inlist into the Continental Army ... Resolved that the following pers

Articles of capitulation, made and entered into between Richard Montgomery, Esquire, brigadier general of the Continental Army, and the citizens and inhabitants of Montreal, represented by the subscribers ... duly elected for that purpose.

Articles of capitulation, made and entered into between Richard Montgomery, Esquire, brigadier general of the Continental Army, and the citizens and inhabitants of Montreal, represented by the subscribers ... duly elected for that purpose.

In Congress, June 10, 1777 : Resolved, I. That for supplying the Army of the United States with provisions, one commissary general and four deputy commissaries general of purchases, and one commissary general and three deputy commissaries general of issues, be appointed by Congress. ...

In Congress, June 10, 1777 : Resolved, I. That for supplying the Army of the United States with provisions, one commissary general and four deputy commissaries general of purchases, and one commissary general and three deputy commissaries general of issues, be appointed by Congress. ...

In Congress, May 14, 1777 : Resolved, I. That the quarter-master general of the army be authorised and empowered to appoint one commissary general of forage for the army, and one for each of the military departments thereof ...

In Congress, May 14, 1777 : Resolved, I. That the quarter-master general of the army be authorised and empowered to appoint one commissary general of forage for the army, and one for each of the military departments thereof ...

War-Office, April 25, 1785 : Sir, On the memorial of Captain Jesse Grant and Captain Jesse Cook, referred to me from Congress, I beg leave to report ...

War-Office, April 25, 1785 : Sir, On the memorial of Captain Jesse Grant and Captain Jesse Cook, referred to me from Congress, I beg leave to report ...

Edmund Pendleton to Thomas Jefferson, August 26, 1776, Allodial System of Land Distribution; Continental Army; Indian Affairs

Edmund Pendleton to Thomas Jefferson, August 26, 1776, Allodial System of Land Distribution; Continental Army; Indian Affairs

Edmund Pendleton to Thomas Jefferson, August 26, 1776, Allodial System of Land Distribution; Continental Army; Indian Affairs

Thomas Jefferson, September 30, 1778, List of Virginia Troops in Continental Army

Thomas Jefferson, September 30, 1778, List of Virginia Troops in Continental Army

In Congress, April 14, 1779 : Whereas Congress, on the twenty-first day of August last, did resolve, that when any persons are desirous of going within the enemy's lines, they shall apply to the executive power of the state to which they belong ... Resolved, that any officer, who shall permit a person to go within the enemy's lines without such recommendation ... shall thereby forfeit his commission.

In Congress, April 14, 1779 : Whereas Congress, on the twenty-first day of August last, did resolve, that when any persons are desirous of going within the enemy's lines, they shall apply to the executive power of the state to which they belong ... Resolved, that any officer, who shall permit a person to go within the enemy's lines without such recommendation ... shall thereby forfeit his commission.

In Congress, June 6, 1778 : Resolved, that the resolution of Congress of the 2d of June, relative to the subsistance [sic] money to be allowed to officers in the continental service, be extended to all militia or other troops which may from time to time be called into the continental service, or which may be raised in pursuance of a special resolution of Congress.