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In Committee of Supplies, Watertown, May 8th, 1775.

Massachusetts. Provincial Congress. Committee of Supplies.

In Committee of Supplies, Watertown, May 8th, 1775.

Public notice is hereby given, that there will be wanted for the use of the Massachusetts army, a large quantity of the articles following ..

by Massachusetts. Provincial Congress. Committee of Supplies.

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Published by Printed by Benjamin Edes in [Watertown, Mass .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • United States -- History -- Revolution, 1775-1783 -- Supplies.

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesEarly American imprints -- no. 14196.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination1 sheet ([1] p.)
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14619000M

    This was the first emission of Massachusetts printed currency for public use since Revere's two earlier emissions of large sized engraved notes, of May 25th and July 8th, were authorized only for advanced pay for soldiers, hence they were called "soldier money" in contemporary sources. us.” (Letter dated Ap during the Lexington Alarm, “Record of Service of Connecticut Men in the War of the Revolution”) First, let me start out by giving a brief introduction on the purpose of the following paper on the organization and structure of the Militia of the .

    Book Published [Boston: Edes and Gill, ] Description broadside. 29 X 16 cm. Other contributors Edes, Benjamin, Gill, John, Notes Measures to prevent any wagon from loading in, or passing through the towns, with supplies for the British troops in . Audio Books & Poetry Community Audio Computers, Technology and Science Music, Arts & Culture News & Public Affairs Non-English Audio Spirituality & Religion Librivox Free Audiobook Creatives for a Cause 5CC LGN It's Carrington's Music Podcast Celestial Station Cometti Williams Front Range Real Estate Podcast with Joan Pratt.

    Resolved that the committee of correspondence, safety and inspection, in each and every town where there is any real or personal estate immediately take possession of all such estates Published: () In Provincial Congress, Watertown, May 8th, It was ordered, Feb. 11, , "that Mr. Sullivan, Mr. Stickney and Col. Cushing, be a committee to bring in a resolve empowering the committee of safety to direct the committee of supplies to make such further provision for the defence of the Province as may be necessary."Burial: Old South Burying Ground, Billerica, .


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In Committee of Supplies, Watertown, May 8th, 1775 by Massachusetts. Provincial Congress. Committee of Supplies. Download PDF EPUB FB2

Get this from a library. In Committee of Supplies, Watertown, May 8th, Public notice is hereby given, that there will be wanted for the use of the Massachusetts army, a large quantity of the articles following. [Massachusetts.

Provincial Congress. Committee of Supplies.]. In Provincial Congress, Watertown, May 8th, Whereas there are divers persons now in this colony, who have by their conduct discovered themselves to be enemies to the rights of mankind, and the interests of America.

Watertown, July 8th, Gentlemen, In obedience to the order of Congress we have proportioned thirteen thousand coats on all the towns and districts in this colony, excepting Boston and Charlestown; and have inclosed to you the proportion, with their resolves, and a sample as a direction to you.

Get this from a library. Watertown, July 8th, Gentlemen, In obedience to the order of Congress we have proportioned thirteen thousand coats on all the towns and districts in this colony, excepting Boston and Charlestown ; and have inclosed to you the proportion, with their resolves, and a sample as a direction to you.

[David Cheever; Massachusetts. Supply chamber. Watertown, May 25th, Gentlemen, The quantity of bread daily expended by the army raised by this colony for the preservation of the lives, liberties and properties of the inhabitants of this and the other American colonies, is very large. [David Cheever; Massachusetts.

Provincial Congress. Committee of Supplies.]. A store building was built in Watertown in Feb. (Resolvesc ), where the state government was then located. In May the commissary office was moved to Boston and a store established there, following the British evacuation of that city.

From the description of Receiving book, (Unknown). WorldCat record id: Per Resolvesc (Dec. 28, ), all assembled saltpeter was to be delivered to Richard Devens, recently appointed commissary general.

Resolvesc (Feb. 9, ) appointed Dr. John Greenleaf to the committee and appropriated a sum to allow Phips to receive and purchase saltpeter at the Watertown state store twice monthly.

Another invoice from says, “to the Honorable Council and the Honorable House of Representative of the Colony of the Massachusetts By Humbly Shows Edmund Fowle of Watertown – That the Committee of the Congress, and the General Court have impressed his House to sit in, and do their Business ever since their Sitting At Watertown – That.

The Journals of Each Provincial Congress of Massachusetts in and And of the Committee of Safety, with an Appendix, Containing the Proceedings of the County Conventions-narratives of the Events of the Nineteenth of April, papers Relating to Ticonderoga and Crown Point, and Other Documents, Illustrative of the Early History of the American Revolution.

Order of the Committee of Safety at Cambridge calling a meeting with the generals and the Committee of Supplies, signed by Richard Devens, 3 June Reel 3 Copy of resolve of the Massachusetts Provincial Congress about the allowance of goods for soldiers, 10 June Official website of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.

It begins with the issuing of the Stamp Act in and provides an historic narrative of the colonial response, including letters and speeches that were published or otherwise received in England. The second half of the book contains charters for the colonies listed in the title.

In Provincial Congress, Watertown, May 8th, Supply chamber. Watertown, May 25th, Gentlemen, The quantity of bread daily expended by the army raised by this colony for the preservation of the lives, liberties and properties of the inhabitants of this and the other American colonies, is very large.

In a letter to the Committee of Supplies in Junethe town of Reading explained why they were unable to provide blankets and provisions to the army.

May 6,Massachusetts Historical Society. The Journals of Each Provincial Congress, Journal of the American Revolution also produces annual hardcover volumes, a branded book Author: Katie Turner Getty.

New Jersey Taxpayers List July - (Supply Tax) If your ancestor lived in New Jersey, he or she may have paid the supply tax. To be eligible for patriotic service. The Online Books Page. Online Books by. United States Continental Congress (United States.

Continental Congress) A Wikipedia article about this author is available. United States. Continental Congress: An Address of the Twelve United Colonies of North-America by Their Representatives in Congress to the People of Ireland (Philadelphia: W.

and T. Bradford, ) (multiple formats at. The Revolutionary War (), also known as the American Revolution, arose from growing tensions between residents of Great Britain’s 13. To George Washington from a Committee of the Massachusetts Council, 7 August From a Committee of the Massachusetts Council.

State of Massachusetts Bay In Committee of Council Watertown, Augt 7, May it please your Excellency. Your Letter of the 25th Ulto Inclosing a Resolve of the Honble Congress of the 8th of July.

The following day the Committee of Safety was able to report (Journals, Apr. 30, ) the presence of ordnance stores at Cambridge and Watertown (at Edward Richardson’s tavern, to which Capt. Waite Foster had been ordered to care for cannon and entrenching tools–Journals, Committee of Safety, Apr.

22, ), supply sites that amassed and. The General Court’s resolution of 29 July, which established a committee to obtain a list of the men who had and had not received their advanced pay, appears in General Orders, 1 Aug.

That committee reported on 9 Aug. that although it had applied to the colonels and paymasters of the Massachusetts regiments for the desired information, many of them had not yet responded, “which.

The military unit may also be identified by searching the collection “United States, Revolutionary War Compiled Service Records, ” Index provided by and FamilySearch. This collection is from Record Gr War Department Collection of Revolutionary War Records, and is National Archives Microfilm publication M9.

Concerned about the expenses that Massachusetts was incurring in behalf of the colonies, the House on 24 Aug. had appointed a committee to draw up an account of expenditures for supplies and soldiers’ wages.

The committee, which was to work during the House recess from 24 Aug. to 20 Sept., consisted of Isaac Lothrop, Capt. George Partridge, William Greenleaf, and Deacon David Jeffries.Watertown City School District Hall of Achievement committee is seeking nominations for candidates for induction in Comments (-1) 4th Annual WCSD School Pantry: Food 4 Families Golf Tournament is scheduled for Saturday, J