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II. Letter Sent, 10–11 July 1775 [Revolutionary War Series 1:87]

General Orders, 11 July 1775 [Revolutionary War Series 1:107]+

From Nicholas Cooke, 15 September 1775 [Revolutionary War Series 1:468]+

From Major General Horatio Gates, 28 August 1776 [Revolutionary War Series 6:147]

From Robert R. Livingston, 25 October 1776 [Revolutionary War Series 7:33]+

From Hugh Hughes, 29 December 1776 [Revolutionary War Series 7:480]+

From Major General Stirling, 24 March 1777 [Revolutionary War Series 8:630]+

From Major General Horatio Gates, 24 March 1779 [Revolutionary War Series 19:589]+

From Edmund Randolph, 26 October 1793 [Presidential Series 14:291]+

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– affected by climate [2 references]

– American [10 subentries]

– amputations [2 references]

– and army movements [1 reference]

– and army provisions [1 reference]

– and bathing and exercise [2 references]

– and camp cleanliness [6 references]

– and clothing [2 references]

– and fatigue duty [1 reference]

– and general welfare of troops [26 references]

– and jails [1 reference]

– and Quaker prisoners [1 reference]

– apothecary general [1 reference]

– as reason for discharge [4 references]

– at Mount Vernon [5 references]

– British [5 subentries]

– camp sanitation [32 references]

– care and evacuation of sick soldiers [31 references]

– care of American sick and wounded [24 references]

– care of British sick and wounded [15 references]

– care of sick and wounded [18 references]

– care of slaves [1 reference]

– certificates of [1 reference]

– cleanliness and sanitation [13 references]

– Continental regulations for sick soldiers [3 references]

– Continental sick returns [5 references]

– convalescents [1 reference]

– convalescents in Continental army [7 references]

– death from illness [2 references]

– doctors and surgeons [2 references]

– diet [10 references]

– discharge of sick and infirm soldiers [2 references]

– discharges for [25 references]

– doctors [20 references + 7 subentries]

– drowning [1 reference]

– effect on recruiting [3 references]

– effects of diet [2 references]

– effects of inadequate clothing and covering [10 references]

– effects of marches and voyages [9 references]

– evacuation of sick [13 references]

– French [2 subentries]

– good health [1 reference]

– health certificates [4 references]

– Hessian [2 subentries]

– hospitals [18 references + 33 subentries]

– hygiene [1 reference]

– illnesses [92 references + 69 subentries]

– in Boston jail [1 reference]

– in British navy [1 reference]

– in New York City [1 reference]

– inoculation [84 references + 6 subentries]

– invalids [11 references]

– lectures [1 reference]

– medical department [1 reference]

– medical lectures [1 reference]

– medical supplies [4 references]

– medicines [16 references + 4 subentries]

– military hospitals [11 references + 13 subentries]

– number of sick in Continental army [10 references]

– nurses [2 references]

– of American prisoners [1 reference]

– of British army [4 references]

– of British forces [1 reference]

– of British prisoners [1 reference]

– of British troops [4 references]

– of Continental army [13 references]

– of Custis family [1 reference]

– of doctors [1 reference]

– of Fairfax family [1 reference]

– of French fleet [2 references]

– of inhabitants [1 reference]

– of messengers [1 reference]

– of new recruits [1 reference]

– of officers [6 references + 2 subentries]

– of prisoners [1 reference]

– of slaves [2 references]

– of troops on Rhode Island expedition [1 reference]

– orderlies [1 reference]

– personal hygiene [8 references + 1 subentry]

– personnel [6 subentries]

– proposal for care of the poor [1 reference]

– regulations and procedures [14 references]

– remedies [1 reference]

– returns of sick and wounded soldiers [20 references]

– robust health [1 reference]

– rules against bathing [1 reference]

– sanitary conditions [6 references]

– sick and disabled troops [30 references + 26 subentries]

– sick and wounded [4 subentries]

– sickness in [6 subentries]

– sick soldiers [10 references + 8 subentries]

– sick troops [12 references + 3 subentries]

– spas [1 reference]

– surgeons [10 references + 14 subentries]

– tolerable shares of [1 reference]

– wounds [4 references]

– writings on [2 references]

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See also Blankets

See also Casualties

See also Clothing

See also Diseases

See also Hospitals

See also Invalid corps

See also Invalids

See also Liquor

See also Medicines

See also Nurses

See also Provisions

See also Smallpox

See also Surgeon's mates

See also Surgeons

See also Surgeons and physicians

See also Washington, George