4 edition of Journals of Congress, for August, 1780. found in the catalog.
Journals of Congress, for August, 1780.
United States. Continental Congress.
|Series||Early American imprints -- no. 17033.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||p. , 240-274.|
|Number of Pages||274|
FC in Pickering’s Letter Book (DNA: RG93).Enclosures not found. Pickering had been elected to the office of quartermaster general to succeed Gen. Nathanael Greene on 5 Aug. (JCC description begins Journals of the Continental Congress, –, ed. W. C. Ford and others, Washington, – description ends, xvii, ).He was expected to put into effect a new plan for conducting. 1 “The Journal of Capture and Confinement in the Tower of London from Aug to December 6, ,” The Papers of Henry Laurens, David C. Chesnutt and C. James Taylor, eds. (Columbia, SC: The University of South Carolina, ), 2 Ibid., 3 Ibid., 4 William Cobbett, John Wright, et al.,The Parliamentary History of England from the Earliest Period to .
August 5, , Congress Resolved, "That the absolute refusal of Major General Greene to act under the new arrangement of the Quartermaster General's Department, has made it necessary that the office of Quartermaster General be immediately filled"; and on the same day Colonel Timothy Pickering was elected by Congress to fill the vacancy. Early Republic Books (US) Bookseller Inventory # Title Journals of the Continental Congress Volume XVII. May 8 - September 6. EDITED FROM THE ORIGINAL RECORDS IN THE LIBRARY OF CONGRESS BY GAILLARD HUNT Author-Format/binding HARDCOVER Book condition Used - GOOD Quantity available 1 Binding Hardcover Publisher Government Printing.
Letters of Delegates to Congress, April 1, , Aug , Vol. 15 by Editor-Paul H. Smith; Editor-Gerard W. Gawalt; Editor-Rosemary Plakas and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at The Journals were issued by the government's printers Robert Aitken, John Patterson, John Dunlap and David Claypoole. This fine set incorporates the full text of the Declaration of Independence established by Congress on 18 January , plus the names of the Signers, minutes of the debates at the Constitutional Convention and the proposed.
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OCLC Number: Notes: Caption title. Ascribed to the press of David C. Claypoole by Evans. Pagination continues the journal published from Jan. BOOK REVIEWS AND NOTES Letters of Delegates to Congress,Volume October 1, Ma Edited by Paul H. Smith, Associate Editors Gerard W.
Gawalt and Ronald M. Gephart. Washington, D.C: Library of Congress, Pp. xxix, $ Letters of Delegates to Congress,Volume April 1, Aug Journals of the Continental Congress. T he First Continental Congress met from September 5 to Octo The Second Continental Congress ran fromto March 2, The Journals of the Continental Congress are the records of the daily proceedings of the Congress as kept by the office of its secretary, Charles Thomson.
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Sept. 5, Dec. 31, by Worthington Chauncey Fordv. Jan. 1, Dec. 24, by Gaillard Huntv.Jan. 11, Dec. 31, by John C.
Fitzpatrickv.Jan. 17, March 2 Pages: "Bibliographical notes" for, etc., are found in the last vol. of "Journals" for the corresponding years, i.e. in vol. 1, 3, 6, 9, etc. These notes are based upon "Some materials for a bibliography of the official publications of the Continental congress by Paul Leicester Ford.".
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The papers of army officer and first U.S. president George Washington () held in the Manuscript Division of the Library of Congress constitute the largest collection of original Washington papers in the world. Letter books of Charles Thomson, Secretary of the Congress, including letters sent, ; a general index to the records of the Confederation Congress, ; and other letters and records, Reports of the Committee of the Week, ; and of the Secretary of the Confederation Congress, widows was a Continental Congress resolution of Augwhich offered the prospect of half pay for 7 years to widows and orphans of officers who met the requirements included in the terms of the resolution of On Octothe Continental Congress.
The following are all of the recorded proceedings of the Continental Congress under the Articles of Association from throughand under the Articles of Confederation from throughwhen the Constitution went into force. The formats are image-only, not yet searchable.
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