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– 1st Continental Regiment [2 references]

– 3d Continental Regiment [1 reference]

– 5th Continental Regiment [2 references]

– 6th Continental Regiment [2 references]

– 7th Continental Regiment [2 references]

– 9th Continental Regiment [2 references]

– 11th Continental Regiment [2 references]

– 12th Continental Regiment [2 references]

– 13th Continental Regiment [8 references]

– 14th Continental Regiment [1 reference]

– 15th Continental Regiment [5 references]

– 1st State Regiment [1 reference]

– 2d State Regiment [4 references]

– accounts [3 references]

– acts providing for [3 references]

– Adam Stephen appointed to command [1 reference]

– Adam Stephen to command regiment [1 reference]

– address of officers to Lord Loudoun [3 references]

– address on misconduct in [1 reference]

– adjutant [3 references]

– advertisement for woodsmen [1 reference]

– allowance for GW's table and expenses [2 references]

– allowance for soldiers in Braddock engagement [4 references]

– allowance for soldiers's diet [3 references]

– allowance of rum [1 reference]

– allowances for deceased soldiers [3 references]

– allowances for officers [9 references]

– and billeting of soldiers [1 reference]

– and bounty lands [2 references]

– and chain of forts [8 references]

– and construction of fort [1 reference]

– and declaration of war [3 references]

– and dispatch of representative to London [1 reference]

– and French prisoner [2 references]

– and GW's military staff [10 references]

– and house in Fredericksburg [1 reference]

– and Indians [1 reference]

– and payment of accounts [1 reference]

– and protection of farmers [1 reference]

– and provision for maimed and wounded [3 references]

– Andrew Lewis blamed for James Grant's defeat [1 reference]

– Andrew Lewis to command troops on southern frontier [1 reference]

– and Robert Stewart [1 reference]

– and Virginia-Centinel No. X [7 references]

– appointment of GW as colonel of [1 reference]

– appointment of new commander-in-chief [1 reference]

– appointments [2 references]

– appointments and promotions [91 references]

– armament [2 references]

– armorer [2 references]

– army to consist of raw recruits [1 reference]

– arrangement of Continental regiments [1 reference]

– artificers [8 references]

– artificers (carpenters) [18 references]

– at elections [1 reference]

– attack on French force [1 reference]

– attempts to be put on British establishment [3 references]

– attempts to put on British establishment [2 references]

– attempts to put regiment on British establishment [2 references]

– at Wills Creek [1 reference]

– augmentation of forces [4 references]

– batmen [4 references]

– “beat the general” [1 reference]

– billeting of soldiers [2 references]

– blacks in [1 reference]

– bounty for draftees and volunteers [8 references]

– bounty lands [19 references]

– brevet commissions [2 references]

– build forts [2 references]

– burgesses vote down extension of [1 reference]

– cadets (volunteers) [6 references]

– campaign against Cherokee [6 references]

– carpenters [1 reference]

– casualities [2 references]

– casualties [21 references]

– celebration at Winchester [1 reference]

– celebration of king's birthday [1 reference]

– commander at Winchester [1 reference]

– comments on by Adam Stephen [1 reference]

– commisary [1 reference + 7 subentries]

– commissaries [59 references]

– commissary for [1 reference]

– commissions [1 reference]

– commissions for [1 reference]

– commissions for court-martials [2 references]

– complaints of soldiers [1 reference]

– complete returns made for Lord Loudoun [1 reference]

– complete size roll of GW's company [1 reference]

– contractors for [7 references]

– controversies over rank in [1 reference]

– councils of war [12 references]

– courier to [1 reference]

– court-martials [65 references]

– courts of inquiry [15 references]

– criticism of officers [24 references]

– criticism of officers in [9 references]

– crown to pay contingencies for expedition [1 reference]

– dates of rank in [1 reference]

– desertion [6 references]

– differences from provincial troops [1 reference]

– disabled veterans [2 references]

– disallowance of GW's commission for settling and paying accounts [3 references]

– disbanded [5 references]

– discharge of men [1 reference]

– discipline in [18 references]

– disposition and movement of troops [1 reference]

– disposition of troops [6 references]

– dispositions of troops [12 references]

– dispute over command [5 references]

– disputes among officers [4 references]

– disputes over rank [3 references]

– draftees for [64 references]

– draftees rendezvous at Fredericksburg [1 reference]

– drafting of militia for [1 reference]

– draft of vagrants for [1 reference]

– drafts for [9 references]

– drum major of [1 reference]

– drummers [1 reference]

– drummers in [12 references]

– dual commissions held by officers [1 reference]

– engagements with enemy [30 references]

– enlistment of apprentices [3 references]

– enlistment of convicts [1 reference]

– enlistment of militia to avoid punishment [1 reference]

– enlistment of rangers [2 references]

– enlistment of servants [31 references]

– establishment of regiment with pay scale [1 reference]

– extraordinary pay for artificers [4 references]

– extraordinary pay for soldiers working on public works [1 reference]

– extraordinary pay for work on Braddock road [2 references]

– fifers in [1 reference]

– funds for [38 references]

– funds needed to discharge public debts [2 references]

– grand rounds [1 reference]

– grievances stated to Lord Loudoun [1 reference]

– GW receives commission in [1 reference]

– GW resigns from [1 reference]

– GW's military staff [3 references]

– GW to present needs to burgesses [1 reference]

– has served “three years hard & bloody Service” [1 reference]

– hatchet-men [1 reference]

– hostages taken at Fort Necessity [1 reference]

– House of Burgesses examines Adam Stephen's actions [1 reference]

– illnesses [15 references]

– illness in [16 references]

– incorporation of Pearis's men into [1 reference]

– Indians in [1 reference]

– iniquities of recruiting allowances [1 reference]

– instructions for [1 reference]

– intelligence [3 references]

– intelligence for [9 references]

– Jacob Van Braam's status in regiment [1 reference]

– Jacob Van Braam voted thanks and money [1 reference]

– Jeffery Amherst opposed to dissolution of [1 reference]

– Jeffery Amherst requests new regiment [1 reference]

– lack of clothing for [1 reference]

– lack of men [2 references]

– leaves of absence [14 references]

– leaves of absence for [3 references]

– letter books for [1 reference]

– list of draftees discharged [1 reference]

– list of payrolls [1 reference]

– list of sergeants [1 reference]

– list of size rolls [2 references]

– list of workers on Braddock Road [1 reference]

– lists and ranking of officers [6 references]

– list sent to GW of needed supplies [2 references]

– long campaign [1 reference]

– Lord Loudoun appointed commander in chief [1 reference]

– marking of names and company on clothing, etc [1 reference]

– martial law for draftees [2 references]

– masons [5 references]

– medical services in [50 references]

– memoranda [42 references]

– memorial of officers to House of Burgesses [3 references]

– memorial to king [1 reference]

– military chest [14 references]

– military law [1 reference]

– military plans [2 references]

– military storehouses [5 references + 4 subentries]

– misconduct in [88 references]

– misconduct of [2 references]

– money voted for disbanded officers by burgesses [1 reference]

– monument erected to missing officers [1 reference]

– movements of [6 references]

– mulattoes [1 reference]

– mulattoes in [1 reference]

– muster master [4 references]

– mutiny [3 references]

– mutiny in [3 references]

– necessary rolls [2 references]

– need for adjutant general [1 reference]

– need for armorers [1 reference]

– need for more officers [1 reference]

– oaths [1 reference]

– officers hold dual commissions [1 reference]

– officers in [14 references]

– officers order Philadelphia newspapers [2 references]

– officers to be sent to present petition to king [1 reference]

– ordered to South Carolina [9 references]

– orderly books [2 references]

– orders and instructions to [243 references]

– organization of [5 references]

– pay [3 references]

– pay for [74 references]

– pay for Fort Necessity campaign [1 reference]

– paymaster of [1 reference]

– paymaster to be under governor's direct control [1 reference]

– payment for enlistment of servants [5 references]

– payrolls [3 references]

– payrolls and receipts [18 references]

– pay scale [11 references]

– permanent company appointments [1 reference]

– petition of officers for inclusion in British regular establishment [1 reference]

– petition of officers for redress of grievances [2 references]

– petition to the king [3 references]

– play produced at Fort Cumberland [1 reference]

– poor condition of men [1 reference]

– poor condition of weapons [1 reference]

– poor morale of men [1 reference]

– prisoners [1 reference]

– prisoners captured [6 references]

– problems with raw recruits [1 reference]

– procedure for court-martials [1 reference]

– Proclamation of 1754 [1 reference]

– prohibited from marching out of colony [3 references]

– promotions in [1 reference]

– provisions [1 reference]

– provisions for maimed and wounded [2 references]

– punishment in [56 references]

– quarrel between officers and Indian agent [2 references]

– quartermaster [4 references]

– questionable enlistments of militia [1 reference]

– raising of new regiment [1 reference]

– rebuild forts [1 reference]

– reconstituted after Braddock campaign [1 reference]

– reconstitution of [1 reference]

– recruiting [13 references]

– redistribution of forces [1 reference]

– reduced to independent companies [3 references]

– reduction of regiment [11 references]

– regimental returns [1 reference]

– regulation of [1 reference]

– relations with civil authority [1 reference]

– religion in [17 references]

– remonstrance from officers to GW [1 reference]

– reorganized into companies [3 references]

– resignations of officers [7 references]

– returns [128 references]

– returns of Continental regiments [1 reference]

– returns of draftees [2 references]

– “riot and drunkenness” of disbanded soldiers [1 reference]

– roll of artificers [1 reference]

– scheme for reorganization of [14 references]

– sergeantmajor [1 reference]

– settlement of accounts [54 references]

– severity of duty in [1 reference]

– shortage of supplies [5 references]

– sick and wounded [1 reference]

– size rolls [29 references]

– size rolls of draftees [1 reference]

– smiths [2 references]

– soldiers in [4 references]

– soldiers to buy liquor at approved taverns [1 reference]

– staff officers [2 references]

– Stanwix as commanding officer [1 reference]

– state of [1 reference]

– stoppages from pay [21 references]

– strength of [2 references]

– supplies for hospital [1 reference]

– supply [4 references]

– surgeons in [1 reference]

– sutlers [8 references]

– terms for enlistment of servants [2 references]

– terms of discharge [17 references]

– to build roads [1 reference]

– training of [28 references]

– transport [2 references]

– treatment of draftees and volunteers [1 reference]

– treatment of prisoners [1 reference]

– volunteers (cadets) [15 references]

– William Byrd resigns from regiment [1 reference]

– women accompanying [2 references]

– women acompanying [3 references]

See Also

See also Adjutants

See also Armorer

See also Chew, Colby

See also Clothing

See also Desertion

See also Dick, Charles

See also Drummers

See also Horses

See also Impressment

See also Jones, John [matches multiple entries]

See also Light horse

See also McLean, Allan

See also Meriwether, Richard [link unavailable]

See also Military law

See also Militia

See also Ordnance

See also Provisions and supply [link unavailable]

See also Ramsay, William [matches multiple entries]

See also Rangers

See also Recruiting

See also Rutherford, Robert

See also Scouts

See also Tents

See also Tools

See also Transport

See also Van Meter, Henry

See also Walker, Thomas [matches multiple entries]

See also Workmen