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References

Orders, 30 December 1755 [Colonial Series 2:245]+

Evening Orders, 8 January 1756 [Colonial Series 2:259]+

To Andrew Lewis, 26 April 1758 [Colonial Series 5:147]+

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– accounts for [1 reference]

– amount of ammunition per man [1 reference]

– and civilians [9 references]

– and Indians [14 references]

– and Maryland [5 references]

– and Maryland troops [2 references]

– and North Carolina troops [2 references]

– arms for settlers [1 reference]

– arms unusable [1 reference]

– artillery [15 references]

– artillery goes with advance unit to claim Fort Duquesne [1 reference]

– at Fort Cumberland [2 references]

– at Fort Duquesne [1 reference]

– at Pittsburgh [2 references]

– at Rock Creek [1 reference]

– attempt to recover weapons from Indians [2 references]

– belonging to Maryland [1 reference]

– bought from deserters [1 reference]

– bought from soldiers [1 reference]

– cannon [6 references]

– captured [1 reference]

– care of [1 reference]

– civilians refuse to give up arms [2 references]

– convoys and escorts for [6 references]

– difficulties with artillery [1 reference]

– disposal of [1 reference]

– embezzlement of [1 reference]

– equipment [4 references]

– for Clement Read's magazine [1 reference]

– for Fort Loudoun [5 references]

– for Gentlemen Associators [1 reference]

– for Indians [12 references]

– for light horse [3 references]

– for Maryland troops [2 references]

– for militia [12 references]

– for North Carolina troops [1 reference]

– for rangers [2 references]

– for settlers [5 references]

– French arms [1 reference]

– French send cannon down river from Fort Duquesne [1 reference]

– from governor's house [2 references]

– horses for [1 reference]

– identification of [4 references]

– in king's stores [2 references]

– in plans of march and battle [1 reference]

– inspection of [3 references]

– inspection of small arms [3 references]

– instructions on [8 references]

– instructions regarding [45 references]

– king's stores [8 references]

– king's stores sent to New York [5 references]

– lack of [4 references]

– lack of artillery and artillerymen [1 reference]

– loss of [9 references]

– magazine destroyed [3 references]

– making cartridges [2 references]

– making of [3 references]

– movement of artillery train [1 reference]

– movements of [1 reference]

– need for [39 references]

– on forced march to Fort Duquesne [1 reference]

– ordered [1 reference]

– payment for [1 reference]

– punishment for firing small arms [1 reference]

– repair and maintenance of [7 references]

– repair of [21 references]

– return of [1 reference]

– returns [3 references]

– returns of [12 references]

– returns of stores [1 reference]

– shipment of [27 references]

– sold to civilians [1 reference]

– stoppage of payment for [1 reference]

– storage of [7 references]

– stores at Fort Cumberland [3 references]

– swords [2 references]

– transport of [48 references]

– use of Maryland arms by Virginia troops [5 references]

– wasted [1 reference]

– waste of [1 reference]

See Also

See also Ammunition

See also Arms