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From the Board of War, 21 June 1776 [Revolutionary War Series 5:63]+

From Nathaniel Woodhull, 26 July 1776 [Revolutionary War Series 5:479]+

From Major General William Heath, 22 August 1776 [Revolutionary War Series 6:106]+

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

To Nicholas Cooke, 17 September 1776 [Revolutionary War Series 6:323]

From Major General William Heath, 9 January 1777 [Revolutionary War Series 8:27]

Orders to Brigadier General Henry Knox, 16 January 1777 [Revolutionary War Series 8:86]+

To Brigadier General Thomas Mifflin, 31 January 1777 [Revolutionary War Series 8:204]+

From Major General Philip Schuyler, 18 May 1777 [Revolutionary War Series 9:465]+

From Lieutenant Colonel La Radière, 13 January 1778 [Revolutionary War Series 13:226]+

From Captain Charles Craig, 15 January 1778 [Revolutionary War Series 13:247]+

General Orders, 19 March 1778 [Revolutionary War Series 14:223]+

To Brigadier General William Maxwell, 7 May 1778 [Revolutionary War Series 15:75]

From Brigadier General William Maxwell, 11 May 1778 [Revolutionary War Series 15:105]+

To Major General Lafayette, 18 May 1778 [Revolutionary War Series 15:153]

From Colonel Israel Shreve, 18 May 1778 [Revolutionary War Series 15:160]

From Brigadier General William Smallwood, 19–20 May 1778 [Revolutionary War Series 15:170]+

From Major General Horatio Gates, 21 May 1778 [Revolutionary War Series 15:178]

General Orders, 16 November 1778 [Revolutionary War Series 18:162]+

From Major General Alexander McDougall, 17 November 1778 [Revolutionary War Series 18:184]+

From Lieutenant Colonel Udny Hay, 18 November 1778 [Revolutionary War Series 18:194]+

To Richard Peters, 18 November 1778 [Revolutionary War Series 18:200]+

From Brigadier General Jedediah Huntington, 20 November 1778 [Revolutionary War Series 18:226]+

From Brigadier Generals James Clinton and Edward Hand, 28 November 1778 [Revolutionary War Series 18:319]

To Major General Johann Kalb, 4 December 1778 [Revolutionary War Series 18:365]+

To Major General Alexander McDougall, 5 December 1778 [Revolutionary War Series 18:370]+

From Henry Laurens, 6 December 1778 [Revolutionary War Series 18:373]+

To Major General Philip Schuyler, 18 December 1778 [Revolutionary War Series 18:457]

To Major General Lafayette, 29 December 1778 [Revolutionary War Series 18:527]

From Henry Waldegrave Archer, 30 December 1778 [Revolutionary War Series 18:531]+

To Lieutenant Colonel Benjamin Flower, 31 December 1778 [Revolutionary War Series 18:542]+

From Major General Alexander McDougall, 11–15 January 1779 [Revolutionary War Series 18:619]

To a Board of General Officers, 1 April 1779 [Revolutionary War Series 19:694]+

From Peter Scull, 1 April 1779 [Revolutionary War Series 19:702]+

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– abandoned [1 reference]

– aboard warships [2 references]

– accidents [4 references]

– advantage of brass cannon [1 reference]

– air furnace [1 reference]

– alarm guns [5 references]

– American [2 references + 54 subentries]

– American attempts to procure [1 reference]

– American artillery park [23 references]

– American cannon [47 references + 37 subentries]

– American capture of [20 references]

– ammunition [12 references]

– and frontier defense [1 reference]

– and military stores [1 reference]

– and proposed assault on New York City [3 references]

– and Rhode Island expedition [15 references]

– and summer campaign plans [9 references]

– appointments in [1 reference]

– arrangement and disposition [23 references]

– artificers for [1 reference]

– artillery park [27 references]

– as plunder [2 references]

– at Albany [6 references]

– at Billingsport, N.J. [1 reference]

– at Boston [9 references]

– at crossings of the Delaware River [7 references]

– at Dobbs Ferry, N.Y. [2 references]

– at Fort Independence (Bronx, N.Y.) [1 reference]

– at Fort Lee, N.J. [6 references]

– at Fort Washington, N.Y. [6 references]

– at King's Bridge, N.Y. [2 references]

– at King's Ferry, N.Y. [1 reference]

– at Monmouth Battle [2 references]

– at New Brunswick, N.J. [1 reference]

– at New York City [22 references]

– at Perth Amboy, N.J. [1 reference]

– at Princeton, N.J. [1 reference]

– at Trenton [9 references]

– at West Point [4 references]

– at White Plains, N.Y. [8 references]

– baggage in order of march [1 reference]

– batteries [1 reference]

– battering cannon [2 references]

– blunderbusses [1 reference]

– boats for [3 references]

– bomb batteries [1 reference]

– bow chasers [1 reference]

– bridges for [1 reference]

– British [30 references + 39 subentries]

– British and German cannon [10 subentries]

– British and Hessian [1 reference + 5 subentries]

– British artillery park [1 reference]

– British cannon [8 references + 17 subentries]

– British capture of [12 references]

– British praise American gunners [1 reference]

– British transportation of [4 references]

– British use of [3 references]

– burst cannon [1 reference]

– burst mortars and guns [5 references]

– cannoneers [3 references]

– cannon fire [1 reference]

– captured [42 references]

– captured by Americans [13 references]

– captured from British forces [6 references]

– care of [1 reference]

– carriages [36 references]

– casting of [3 references]

– casting of cannon [1 reference]

– casualties [1 reference]

– clothing for [2 references]

– command regulations in [1 reference]

– commissary of [2 references]

– companies [7 references]

– companies raised [3 references]

– condition of guns [1 reference]

– congressional resolutions on [1 reference]

– construction of [1 reference]

– Continental artillery corps [12 references]

– Continental officers [10 references + 3 subentries]

– Continental regiments [67 references + 17 subentries]

– cost of manufacturing [1 reference]

– court of inquiry about [1 reference]

– courts-martial in [2 references]

– crosses Delaware River [4 references]

– damaged cannon [2 references]

– deserters from [3 references]

– destroyed by British [1 reference]

– detachments [3 references]

– disposition and movements [31 references]

– distribution of [12 references]

– drives off British engineers [1 reference]

– estimates of [1 reference]

– fired in celebrations [3 references]

– fire ships [6 references]

– firing of [1 reference]

– firing restricted [6 references]

– floating batteries [45 references]

– for American armed vessels [23 references]

– for blockading Boston Harbor [1 reference]

– for coastal defense [6 references]

– for Connolly's force [1 reference]

– for defense of Philadelphia [1 reference]

– for defense of Potomac River [3 references]

– for GW's privateer [1 reference]

– for militia [3 references]

– for New England ports [9 references]

– for Nova Scotia expedition [1 reference]

– for Philadelphia [2 references]

– for ships [7 references]

– for signals and alarms [2 references]

– for the defense of Philadelphia [1 reference]

– French naval guns [5 references]

– French naval [3 references]

– from Ticonderoga [11 references]

– fusées [1 reference]

– fuses [1 reference]

– given to colonies [5 references]

– grasshoppers [1 reference]

– guards stores [1 reference]

– gun barrels [2 references]

– gunners [1 reference]

– Hessian cannon [15 references]

– horses for [14 references]

– howitzers [5 references]

– importation of [9 references]

– imported [4 references]

– in American lines [4 references]

– in American lines at Boston [5 references]

– in and to Canada [4 references]

– in army arrangement [1 reference]

– in army establishment [1 reference]

– in Battle of Monmouth [2 references]

– in Battle of Savannah [1 reference]

– in British army [16 references]

– in British lines [10 references]

– in British lines at Boston [13 references]

– in Bucks County, Pa. [8 references]

– in Canada [37 references]

– in Canadian invasion [4 references]

– in Connecticut [4 references]

– independent companies [3 references + 2 subentries]

– in engagements [21 references]

– in forts [2 references]

– in Hudson Highlands [37 references]

– in Maryland [1 reference]

– in New England [16 references]

– in New Jersey [29 references + 2 “see also” entries]

– in New York [54 references]

– in northern department [24 references]

– in order of march [1 reference]

– in parade [1 reference]

– in Pennsylvania [6 references]

– in raids [2 references]

– in Rhode Island [10 references]

– in Schuyler's army [6 references]

– in skirmishes [6 references]

– in South Carolina and Georgia [2 references]

– in southern department [7 references]

– in winter quarters [2 references]

– left in Boston by British [3 references]

– located [7 subentries]

– manufacture of [34 references]

– Massachusetts units [2 references]

– matches for [1 reference]

– matrosses [21 references]

– medicine chests for [1 reference]

– methods and techniques [4 references]

– militia company raised for [1 reference]

– mortars [14 references]

– mortars rumored captured [1 reference]

– naval [9 references]

– near King's Bridge, N.Y. [3 references]

– needed in Continental army [12 references]

– need for [2 references]

– officers [8 references + 1 subentry]

– officers and men for [24 references]

– officers of [21 references + 3 subentries]

– on boats and ships [47 references]

– on British warships [5 references]

– on frontier [1 reference]

– on Lake Champlain [2 references]

– on ships [2 references]

– on the march [8 references]

– on warships [7 references]

– orderly book [2 references]

– ordnance for [12 references]

– ordnance stores [46 references]

– organization [7 references]

– parks of [3 references]

– patereros [1 reference]

– pay and paymasters [8 references]

– Pennsylvania independent company [1 reference]

– Pennsylvania state regiment [1 reference]

– platforms [5 references]

– prepared for action [1 reference]

– procured by Knox [15 references]

– procurement [1 reference]

– rank in [2 references]

– recasting of cannon [5 references]

– recruitment [2 references]

– regiments [32 references]

– regulations and policies regarding recruitment [1 reference]

– regulations for firing of [1 reference]

– rejoins main army [1 reference]

– removal and securing of [4 references]

– requested by Massachusetts [1 reference]

– requested from Continental navy [7 references]

– requests for [2 references]

– requisitioned from northern department [1 reference]

– returns [13 references]

– Rhode Island detachment [1 reference]

– Rhode Island regiment [2 references]

– salutes [2 references]

– sent to British army [9 references]

– sent to camp [1 reference]

– shore defense [1 reference]

– shortage [32 references]

– signal guns [11 references]

– sought [1 reference]

– special types [4 subentries]

– spiked cannon [6 references]

– spiked guns [8 references]

– spiking of [2 references]

– stores at Springfield, Mass [3 references]

– stores for [2 references]

– strategy and tactics [3 references]

– stream crossings [2 references]

– supplies from Europe [2 references]

– Swedish [3 references]

– swivel guns [24 references]

– training [3 references]

– trains [3 references]

– transport of [2 references]

– troops commended [1 reference]

– types of [24 subentries]

– used against British shipping [2 references]

– used as signals [3 references]

– used for alarm signals [3 references]

– use in celebrations [1 reference]

– Virginia state artillery [1 reference]

– vulnerability of [1 reference]

– wagons for [3 references]

See Also

See also Ammunition

See also Board of War

See also Commissary of artillery

See also Continental Congress

See also Gridley, Richard

See also Harrison, Charles (1742-1796)

See also Knox, Henry (1750-1806)

See also Lamb, John (1735-1800)

See also Proctor, Thomas