3 edition of Letter from the secretary of war, accompanying sundry statements & reports found in the catalog.
Letter from the secretary of war, accompanying sundry statements & reports
|Series||Early American imprints -- no. 31466.|
|Contributions||United States. Congress House.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||22,  p.|
|Number of Pages||22|
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III. Measures which have been taken to replenish the magazines with military stores. Measures which have been taken for opening. Get this from a library. Letter from the secretary of war, accompanying sundry statements & reports: relative to, I.
The present military force of the United States. Measures which have been pursued to obtain proper sites for arsenals. III. Measures which have been taken to replenish the magazines with military stores.
Measures which have been taken for opening. Letter from the acting secretary of war, transmitting an official report of the Adjutant and Inspector General relative to a mutiny said to have taken place at Norfolk, of a part of the 38th regiment, United States Infantry.
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2nd Session on H. Being a Project for the Revision of the Articles of War, May The first letter is from then Secretary of War Henry L. Stimson, dated Ap and addressed to Letter from the secretary of war Honorable James Hay, Chairman of the Military Committee of the House of Representatives.
War Department: Message from the President of the United States, transmitting a letter from the Secretary of War accompanied with sundry documents, in obedience to a resolution of the 31st of December last, requesting such information as may tend to explain the causes of the failure of the arms of the United States on the northern frontier.
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LETTER FROM THE SECRETARY OF STATE, ACCOMPANYING STATEMENTS AND ABSTRACTS RELATIVE "TO THE NUMBER OF AMERICAN SEAMEN WHO HAVE BEEN IMPRESSED OR DETAINED" ([Washington, ]). 4to. Records of the Board of War and Ordnance,including letters from the Secretary and Paymaster of the Board.
Records concerning the "convention troops," Letters and reports from Secretary at War Maj. Gen. Benjamin Lincoln, ; and letters and reports from Secretary at War Maj.
Gen. Henry Knox, John Ellis Wool was born 29 February in Newburgh, New York. At an early age, both his parents passed away; thereupon he was removed to Troy to live with his grandfather, James Wool. His formal education was limited to that of a country school, and at the age of twelve he entered the store of a Troy merchant and remained with him for six years.
Respectfully submitted to the Secretary of War. The accompanying reports relate to a preliminary examination of Columbia River and tributaries above Celilo Falls, including that portion between Wenatchee and Kettle Falls, authorized by the river and harbor act of March 3, Further proceedings of the Lords Commissioners of His Majesty's Treasury, &c.
respecting the matters stated in the reports of the Committee of Finance so far as they relate to the several offices concerned in the receipt and expenditure of the public money in addition to the papers presented to the House of Commons on the 12th January and 19th February18th June.
Full text of "Letter from the secretary of the treasury, transmitting a further report upon the subject of war claims of the state of California, called for by Senate resolution of Decem See other formats.
The Secretary of War's compliments to the Secretary of the Navy, and transmits duplicates of orders issued in relation to the delivery of possession of the fort of Barancas, near Pensacola, to the Navy Department, until the further orders of the War Department.-Quartermaster General's Office, Washington City, 21st Congress.] No.
[1st Session. ANNUAL REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF THE NAVY, SHOWING THE CONDITION OF THE NAVY IN THE YEAR COMMUNICATED WITH THE PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE OF DECEMBER 8, Navy Department, December 1, To the President of the United States: The Secretary of the Navy respectfully presents the.
Letter of George Moore, Esq., Her Britannic Majesty's Consul in Richmond to this department, dated 16th February, B. Letter from the Secretary of State to Consul Moore, 20th February, C. Letters patent by the President revoking the exequatur of Consul Moore, 5th June, This catalog lists the books, pamphlets, and other documents published by the U.
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STATEMENTS CONCERNING THE ORIGIN, DIFFICULTIES & SUCCESS OF THE MOVEMENT: Collated for the “New York Association for Colored Volunteers,” By HENRY O'RIELLY, Secretary. New York, March, The movements which finally resulted in the organization of Colored Troops in the State of New York were preceded by efforts on the part of sundry.
63D CONGRESS 3d Session SENATE DOCUMENT No. INDIANS OF NORTH CAROLINA LETTER FROM THE SECRETARY OF THE INTERIOR TRANSMITTING, IN RESPONSE TO A SENATE RESOLUTION OF JA REPORT ON THE CONDITION AND TRIBAL RIGHTS OF THE INDIANS OF ROBESON AND ADJOINING COUNTIES OF NORTH.
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#2/16 Annual report of Postmaster General,p. 36th. Although appeal was made to the Secretary of War, and minor accommodations were apparently reached, as evidenced by correspondence and the existence of hospital reports and hospital records dating fromthe collection of information that described the time and place of a soldier's condition, or indicated standards of care and causes.Reports, correspondence, and a letter book relating to the creation of county maps by geographer John Melish under the terms of the Act of Assembly of Ma Among these are John Melish's original set of instructions for creating the maps and the article of agreement dated April 9, with Philadelphia engraver Benjamin Tanner for.nalytical statcm,ent.
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