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From: "Elvin Birth" <>
Subject: [AMER-REV] July 13, 1779
Date: Sun, 13 Jul 2003 17:00:18 -0400
Head Quarters, Wyoming,
"No officer on any pretense whatever is to take any horse out of
the pasture except such as has been assigned him for his own particular use.
General and Field Officers are requested to pay particular attention to this
order and see that it is not in any instance violated."
Tuesday July 13, 1779 diary entries:
Erkuries Beatty, Lieutenant, 4th PA, Lake Otsego, "Drew arms for the Men in
the Regt.that was wanting and other necessary things for the good of the
Service which kept us busy almost all Day"
Henry Dearborn, Lieutenant Colonel, 3rd NH, Forty Fort, "Col. Butler Misses
Butler and a number of the ladies honour'd us with a visit from town this
afternoon with whom we spent a very agreeable afternoon"
Daniel Livermore, Captain, 3rd NH, "This day a number of gentlemen and
ladies from town ride up to take a survey of our encampment; Col. Butler,
Capt. Spalding and others, with their ladies."
Rev. William Rogers, D. D., Chaplain, Hand's Brigade, reports on large
batteaux going down river for supplies at:
Excerpted from, "Conover, George S., compiler, JOURNALS OF THE EXPEDITION OF
MAJOR GENERAL JOHN SULLIVAN AGAINST THE SIX NATIONS OF INDIANS IN 1779 ...;
1778-1887; (Auburn, NY: Knapp, Peck & Thompson., 1887), Facsimile reprint
(Bowie, MD: Heritage Books, 2000)" or from:
"Donna Bluemink, Transcriptionist, MILITARY: REV WAR: ORDERLY BOOK. GEN.
SULLIVAN'S EXPEDITION. JUNE 19TH, 1779, TO JULY 30TH, 1779. PENNSYLVANIA
ARCHIVES, SIXTH SERIES, VOL. XIV, PAGES 23-65
; ; Available April 5, 2003 at:
Elvin Birth, born at 41.230744, -76.258502, NAD27 a while back.
Now greeting each new day at <http://home.bellsouth.net/p/PWP-EEB>
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