3 edition of In Provincial Congress, Watertown, June 27th, 1775. found in the catalog.
In Provincial Congress, Watertown, June 27th, 1775.
|Series||Early American imprints -- no. 14235|
|Contributions||Massachusetts. Provincial Congress.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 sheet ( p.)|
The New York Provincial Congress (–) was a revolutionary provisional government formed by colonists in , during the American Revolution, as a pro-American alternative to the more conservative New York General Assembly, and as a replacement for the Committee of One Fourth Provincial Congress, resolving itself as the Convention of Representatives of the State of . Provincial Congress of Massachusetts, J Document. Transcription [Watertown] Thursday, J The following Instructions, reported to be .
Watertown men served in the provincial regiments stationed in New York during the French and Indian War (). After the wars with France and no threat to Massachusetts Bay for the first time, militia training and readiness diminished. Joseph Warren (J – J ) was an American physician who played a leading role in Patriot organizations in Boston during the early days of the American Revolution, eventually serving as President of the revolutionary Massachusetts Provincial enlisted Paul Revere and William Dawes on Ap , to leave Boston and spread the alarm that the British.
The originals of the affidavits and other papers relating to the cases were then sent to GW (N.Y. Prov. Congress Journals description begins Journals of the Provincial Congress, Provincial Convention, Committee of Safety, and Council of Safety of the State of New-York, –– 2 . D, CSmH; Df, M-Ar: Revolution document at the Huntington Library is endorsed in GW’s writing, indicating that it was the copy he received. On 29 June the Massachusetts provincial congress, sitting at Watertown, appointed James Warren, Joseph Hawley, William Whiting, Daniel Hopkins, and Jonathan Greenleaf as “a committee to prepare an address to Generals Washington and Lee, to.
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In Provincial congress, Watertown, J To the several town of the County of Hampshire, on the easterly side of In Provincial Congress River, and the towns in the County of Worcester. This congress taking into their most serious consideration the Contributor Names Massachusetts (Colony) Provincial congress.
Get this from a library. In Provincial Congress, Watertown, June 27th, Resolved, that there be immediately raised in the county of Essex, ten companies, to consist of fifty men each, officers included, to be stationed upon the sea coast. [Massachusetts. Provincial Congress.].
Author of Rules and regulations for the Massachusetts army, The journals of each Provincial congress of Massachusetts in andIn Congress, at Watertown, ApIn Provincial Congress, Cambridge, December 6,In Provincial Congress, Watertown, JIn Provincial Congress, Watertown, July 9,In Provincial Congress, Watertown, July 1st,In Provincial.
In Provincial Congress, Watertown, June 8, Whereas it is necessary to have as soon as may be, a return of the number and equipment of the forces raised by this colony; Photographic copy.
In Provincial Congress, 1775. book, May 15th, Whereas some of the inhabitants of this colony, and most of them such as have been inimical to the constitution and interest of the same, are now taking steps to remove themselves and effects out of this colony Published: () In Provincial Congress.
New-York, Dec. 13, The Massachusetts Provincial Congress (–) was a provisional government created in the Province of Massachusetts Bay early in the American on the terms of the colonial charter, it exercised de facto control over the rebellious portions of the province, and after the British withdrawal from Boston in Marchthe entire province.
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.
In Provincial congress, Watertown, June 17th, Whereas the hostile incursions this country is exposed to, and the frequent alarms we may expect from the military operations of our enemies, make it Photographic copy.
Search results 1 - 25 of Details found in The Papers of Benjamin Franklin, ed. William B. Willcox (New Haven: Yale University Press, ),  “Letter from the Committee of Safety to the Selectman of Boston, Ap ,” in The Journals of Each Provincial Congress of Massachusetts in and and of the Committee of Safety, ed.
William Lincoln (Boston, MA: Dutton and Wentworth, Printers to. Scope and Content: Three successive provincial congresses served as the government of Massachusetts in opposition to the crown-appointed governor and council, before and during the outbreak of the Revolution.
Proceedings are a daily account of their activities. Arrangement: In three subseries: (1) Oct. 7-Dec. 10, l (2) Feb. 1- (3) May J ; Arranged within. Get this from a library. In Provincial Congress, Watertown, June 17th, Whereas the hostile incursions this country is exposed to, and the frequent alarms we may expect from the military operations of our enemies, make it necessary that the good people of this colony be on their guard Resolved, that the militia hold themselves in readiness to march at a minute's warning.
In Provincial congress, Watertown, Ap Resolved that the selectmen of each town in this Colony be, and hereby are directed to furnish each non-commissioned officer and. In Provincial Congress.
Watertown, June 8, Whereas it is necessary to have as soon as may be, a Return of the Number and Equipments of the forces raised by this Colony, June 8 Request Box 1 Folder Box 1 Folder List of men to be discharged from Colonel Bond's 25th Regiment, April 1 page. Massachusetts. Provincial Congress.
OCLC Number: Notes: Resolve of the Massachusetts Provincial Congress, with a list of the quotas assessed to the towns. Evans ascribes other resolves of the Provincial Congress for to the press of Benjamin Edes at Watertown.
Description: 1 online resource (1 sheet ( pages)). In Provincial Congress, Watertown Resolved, that there by draughted out of the town stock of powder, from [blank], [blank] half barrels for the use of the army, in the defence of the colony.
High Sheriff, ; proposed and institued the Committees of Correspondence in ; a recognized patriot and a leader in the Revolution; succeeded Joseph Warren as President of the Provincial Congress; Paymaster-General, Continental Army, J Ap ; also a member of the Navy Board.
Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors: Massachusetts. Provincial Congress. OCLC Number: Notes: Resolve of the Massachusetts Provincial Congress, with a list of the quotas assessed to the towns. Evans ascribes other resolves of the Provincial Congress for to the press of Benjamin Edes at Watertown.
Reproduction Notes. Note Resolve of the Massachusetts Provincial Congress, with a list of the quotas assessed to the towns. Evans ascribes other resolves of the Provincial Congress for to the press of Benjamin Edes at Watertown.
Citation Bristol B Shipton & Mooney Ford, W.C. Broadsides, Note. Watertown; Series. American Theatre fromto September 2, prev; next > Similar Documents. Major General David Wooster, to Peter VanBrugh Livingston, President of the New York Provincial Congress, J. The second Massachusetts provincial congress, elected by the towns as the first had been, held two sessions between February 1 and Ap It then recessed until but as a result of Lexington and Concord reconvened on April Papers () pertaining to Henry Laurens's activities in the Provincial Congress of South Carolina include a journal of the Council of Safety of the Provincial Congress; receipts; military rosters and paybills; and correspondence of the Council of Safety and the Committee of Intelligence.In Provincial Congress, Watertown, June 27th, Resolved that there be immediately raised in the County of Essex, ten companies, to consist of fifty men each, officers included to be stationed upon the sea coast In Provincial Congress June.