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From William Watson, 29–30 January 1776 [Revolutionary War Series 3:214]+

Council of War, 16 February 1776 [Revolutionary War Series 3:321]

To the Massachusetts Council, 26 February 1776 [Revolutionary War Series 3:369]+

To Major General Artemas Ward, 3 March 1776 [Revolutionary War Series 3:409]

General Orders, 11 March 1776 [Revolutionary War Series 3:449]+

From Brigadier General John Sullivan, 8–12 June 1776 [Revolutionary War Series 4:464]

From Brigadier General John Sullivan, 8–12 June 1776 [Revolutionary War Series 4:467]

From Lieutenant Colonel Henry Beekman Livingston, 11–14 June 1776 [Revolutionary War Series 4:502]

From Samuel Tucker, 11 June 1776 [Revolutionary War Series 4:507]+

From Major General Philip Schuyler, 15 June 1776 [Revolutionary War Series 4:538]

From Joseph Hawley, 21 June 1776 [Revolutionary War Series 5:71]

Orders and Instructions to Major General Horatio Gates, 24 June 1776 [Revolutionary War Series 5:86]+

From Major General Philip Schuyler, 24 June 1776 [Revolutionary War Series 5:92]+

To Lieutenant Colonel Benjamin Tupper, 25 June 1776 [Revolutionary War Series 5:108]+

From Colonel James Clinton, 27 June 1776 [Revolutionary War Series 5:119]+

General Orders, 30 June 1776 [Revolutionary War Series 5:156]

General Orders, 2 July 1776 [Revolutionary War Series 5:180]

To John Hancock, 4–5 July 1776 [Revolutionary War Series 5:201]

From Brigadier General William Livingston, 4 July 1776 [Revolutionary War Series 5:205]+

From Brigadier General William Livingston, 5 July 1776 [Revolutionary War Series 5:217]+

General Orders, 9 July 1776 [Revolutionary War Series 5:246]

From Major General Artemas Ward, 11 July 1776 [Revolutionary War Series 5:279]+

From Brigadier General George Clinton, 15 July 1776 [Revolutionary War Series 5:322]+

From Brigadier General Hugh Mercer, 18 July 1776 [Revolutionary War Series 5:376]

General Orders, 13 August 1776 [Revolutionary War Series 6:2]

From Major General William Heath, 24 August 1776 [Revolutionary War Series 6:120]

Lieutenant Colonel Robert Hanson Harrison to John Hancock, 27 August 1776 [Revolutionary War Series 6:143]

From Major General William Heath, 31 August 1776 [Revolutionary War Series 6:182]+

General Orders, 4 September 1776 [Revolutionary War Series 6:213]

From Lieutenant Colonel Henry Beekman Livingston, 11 September 1776 [Revolutionary War Series 6:284]

To John Hancock, 16 September 1776 [Revolutionary War Series 6:317]+

General Orders, 20 September 1776 [Revolutionary War Series 6:349]

From Colonel Rufus Putnam, 26 September 1776 [Revolutionary War Series 6:408]

To John Hancock, 28 September 1776 [Revolutionary War Series 6:422]+

From Major General William Heath, 10 October 1776 [Revolutionary War Series 6:527]+

General Orders, 17 October 1776 [Revolutionary War Series 6:583]

To John Hancock, 5 December 1776 [Revolutionary War Series 7:263]

From New England Delegates, 12 December 1776 [Revolutionary War Series 7:315]+

From Brigadier General Alexander McDougall, 30 December 1776 [Revolutionary War Series 7:486]

General Orders, 23 January 1777 [Revolutionary War Series 8:134]+

From John Hancock, 25 February 1777 [Revolutionary War Series 8:442]+

To Brigadier Generals Samuel Holden Parsons, Enoch Poor, and James Mitchell Varnum, 29 March 1777 [Revolutionary War Series 9:20]+

To Brigadier Generals Nathaniel Heard and William Winds, 7 April 1777 [Revolutionary War Series 9:78]+

From Brigadier General Samuel Holden Parsons, 8 April 1777 [Revolutionary War Series 9:93]

From Nicholas Cooke, 14 April 1777 [Revolutionary War Series 9:161]

From John Hancock, 16 April 1777 [Revolutionary War Series 9:176]+

To Major General William Heath, 18–19 April 1777 [Revolutionary War Series 9:205]

To John Hancock, 5 May 1777 [Revolutionary War Series 9:351]+

From Major General William Heath, 11 May 1777 [Revolutionary War Series 9:387]+

General Orders, 9 November 1777 [Revolutionary War Series 12:178]+

From Captain Charles Craig, 15 November 1777 [Revolutionary War Series 12:266]+

From Brigadier General Duportail, 25 November 1777 [Revolutionary War Series 12:387]

From Lund Washington, 24 December 1777 [Revolutionary War Series 12:700]+

To Patrick Henry, 27 December 1777 [Revolutionary War Series 13:18]+

To Robert R. Livingston, 27 December 1777 [Revolutionary War Series 13:20]+

From Major General John Armstrong, 29 December 1777 [Revolutionary War Series 13:40]+

From Colonel Theodorick Bland, December 1777 [Revolutionary War Series 13:91]

General Orders, 8 January 1778 [Revolutionary War Series 13:172]+

General Orders, 15 January 1778 [Revolutionary War Series 13:245]

To Major General William Heath, 22 January 1778 [Revolutionary War Series 13:309]+

From Major General Lafayette, 25 March 1778 [Revolutionary War Series 14:307]

From Brigadier General John Lacey, Jr., 27 April 1778 [Revolutionary War Series 14:661]+

From Brigadier General Charles Scott, 16 October 1778 [Revolutionary War Series 17:411]+

To Samuel Washington, 22 October 1778 [Revolutionary War Series 17:536]+

To the Continental Congress Committee of Conference, 8 January 1779 [Revolutionary War Series 18:595]

From the Board of War, 25 March 1779 [Revolutionary War Series 19:599]

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– abandoned [2 references]

– abuse [2 references]

– accounts for [2 references]

– administration [2 references]

– American capture of [8 references]

– American procurement of [13 references]

– American shortages of [34 references]

– American supplies [3 subentries]

– among Indians [4 references]

– and Lund Washington [5 references]

– and summer campaign plans [4 references]

– appraisal [4 references]

– armorers [1 reference]

– arrive in camp [2 references]

– as private property [3 references]

– as private vs. public property [1 reference]

– assessed [1 reference]

– at Albany, N.Y. [8 references]

– at Falmouth [3 references]

– at Forts Montgomery and Clinton [1 reference]

– at hospitals [2 references]

– at Philadelphia [5 references]

– ball and nail [2 references]

– borrowed from Massachusetts [1 reference]

– bounty for [2 references]

– branding of [6 references]

– British [1 reference + 1 subentry]

– British capture of [4 references]

– brought by British deserters [2 references]

– Canadian [1 reference]

– capture and seizure of [66 references]

– captured by Americans [14 references]

– captured by British [7 references]

– captured from British [7 references]

– capture ordered [2 references]

– care and inspection of [75 references]

– care of and damage to [4 references]

– carried off by militia [3 references]

– charging of soldiers for [3 references]

– cleaned [3 references]

– collection and storage of [7 references]

– collection from discharged troops [2 references]

– collection of [7 references]

– commissaries of [2 references]

– compensation for [1 reference]

– condition and repair of [21 references]

– confiscated [1 reference]

– confiscated from Loyalists [5 references]

– damaged by rain [9 references]

– damage to and malfunction of [12 references]

– deficiencies [77 references]

– destroyed [1 reference]

– detained [1 reference]

– difficulty in transporting [1 reference]

– distribution of [42 references]

– distribution to American troops [11 references]

– embezzlement of [6 references]

– evacuation of [3 references]

– failure of [1 reference]

– fired in camp [1 reference]

– firelocks [8 references]

– firelocks and flints removed from muskets [1 reference]

– firing discipline [4 references]

– firing of [3 references]

– firing procedures [15 references]

– firing regulations [9 references]

– firing restricted [4 references]

– for armed vessels [1 reference]

– for black troops [1 reference]

– for campaign against Six Nations (Sullivan's expedition) [1 reference]

– for cavalry [11 references]

– for Continental detachments [13 references]

– for drafted troops [1 reference]

– for frontier operations [5 references]

– forges [6 references]

– for cavalry [3 references]

– for frontier [1 reference]

– for guards [2 references]

– for GW [2 references]

– for Indians [1 reference]

– for light horse [3 references]

– for Loyalist troops [14 references]

– for Massachusetts militia [1 reference]

– for militia [50 references]

– for New York troops [3 references]

– for northern department [4 references]

– for recruits [20 references]

– for riflemen [3 references]

– for sentries [1 reference]

– for sick [1 reference]

– for Southern troops [3 references]

– for Virginia independent companies [1 reference]

– for volunteers [2 references]

– French [4 references]

– from Boston [5 references]

– from Connecticut [10 references]

– from departing soldiers [18 references]

– from Dutchess County, N.Y. [3 references]

– from France [9 references]

– from Loyalists [3 references]

– from Massachusetts [8 references]

– from New Hampshire [3 references]

– from New York [5 references]

– from recruits [12 references]

– from Rhode Island [11 references]

– grounded [3 references]

– gunpowder for small arms [1 reference]

– gun slings [1 reference]

– GW calls for [1 reference]

– illegal sale [2 references]

– imported [87 references]

– impressment of [2 references]

– in Massachusetts [8 references]

– in possession of militia [12 references]

– in prisoners' baggage [3 references]

– inspected [34 references]

– in Virginia [1 reference]

– issued to Continental army [1 reference]

– loan of [1 reference]

– lost [8 references]

– magazines [4 references]

– manufacture of [33 references]

– military manual [4 references]

– money for [2 references]

– musket bore sizes [2 references]

– musket screws [1 reference]

– needed in Continental army [3 references]

– negligence with [6 references]

– of civilians [1 reference]

– of deserters [4 references]

– of discharged troops [1 reference]

– off-duty use of [1 reference]

– offered as inducement [1 reference]

– of Loyalists [1 reference]

– on row galleys [2 references]

– on the march [5 references]

– orders against firing [1 reference]

– pay deductions for [2 references]

– paying of soldiers for [1 reference]

– payments for [1 reference]

– placed in wagons [1 reference]

– plot to sabotage [1 reference]

– poor condition [2 references]

– practice firing [1 reference]

– preservation [1 reference]

– priming wires and brushes [1 reference]

– procurement and distribution of [51 references]

– purchase of [43 references]

– recovered [1 reference]

– recovery from discharged troops [4 references]

– recruits abscond with [1 reference]

– regulations for [7 references]

– removal and securing of [5 references]

– removal from Bordentown [1 reference]

– repaired [56 references]

– requested from Connecticut [1 reference]

– retreating troops abandon [1 reference]

– retrieval from departing troops [14 references]

– returned to Springfield, Mass. [1 reference]

– returns [65 references]

– sale of [1 reference]

– security of [6 references]

– seized by Delaware Loyalists [1 reference]

– sent to British army [8 references]

– sent to camp [5 references]

– sent to Continental army [6 references]

– sent to New York [18 references]

– sent to West Point [1 reference]

– shipments diverted [5 references]

– shipments of [1 reference]

– shortages [139 references + 2 subentries]

– skill in using [1 reference]

– spare arms [2 references]

– squandered [1 reference]

– storage and care of [2 references]

– stores [3 references]

– supplied from Europe [1 reference]

– supplied on the march [1 reference]

– supplies of [1 reference]

– supplying of troops [7 references]

– taken by deserters [1 reference]

– taken from disaffected persons [2 references]

– taken from Hessians [1 reference]

– taken to religious service [1 reference]

– theft [2 references]

– theft and embezzlement of [3 references]

– theft and misappropriation [6 references]

– traded for liquor [1 reference]

– training in use of [2 references]

– transportation [2 references]

– troops exercise without [1 reference]

– troops not to be discharged for lack of arms [4 references]

– types of [28 subentries]

– unauthorized firing [3 references]

– use by Indians [1 reference]

– used in parade [1 reference]

– used in salutes [1 reference]

– use of [3 subentries]

– victory salute [1 reference]

– volley firing [3 references]

See Also

See also Additional Continental Regiments

See also Ammunition

See also Armorers

See also Continental Congress

See also Militia

See also Ordnance

See also Swords and bayonets