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Watertown, July 8th, 1775.

Massachusetts. Provincial Congress. Committee of Supplies.

Watertown, July 8th, 1775.

Gentlemen, In obedience to the order of Congress we have proportioned thirteen thousand coats on all the towns and districts in this colony, excepting Boston and Charlestown; and have inclosed to you the proportion, with their resolves, and a sample as a direction to you ..

by Massachusetts. Provincial Congress. Committee of Supplies.

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Published by Printed by Benjamin Edes in [Watertown, Mass .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Massachusetts. -- Provincial Congress.,
  • United States -- History -- Revolution, 1775-1783 -- Supplies.,
  • Massachusetts -- History, Military.

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesEarly American imprints -- no. 14239., Early American imprints -- no. 42882.
    ContributionsCheever, David, 1722-1815.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination1 sheet ([1] p.)
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14619243M

    Wednesday, May 8, PM Annual Members Meeting PM May Public Program Watertown Savings Bank Meeting Room Watertown Free Public Library Main Street Watertown, MA In early , Watertown was armed with cannon. The town also received a visit from spies for royal governor Thomas Gage. Books to Borrow. Top Full text of "Early generations of the family of Robert Harrington of Watertown, Massachusetts, , and some of his descendants" See other formats.

    An ideal and idyllic location: Halfway between Madison and Milwaukee, Watertown offers the perfect blend of small town values, an outdoor lifestyle and modern convenience. A place where family and fellowship matter: Away from the hectic pace of urban life, Watertown residents can focus on what really counts - close knit connections to family and friends and building a caring community.   Watertown is a town in Middlesex County, Massachusetts, United States, founded by English settlers in , most of whom were part of the famous fleet of Gov Winthrop. Watertown Founders Monument. Near Watertown Square on the north bank of the Charles stands today a handsome Founders’ Monument, featuring a life-size statue of Saltonstall.

    Contact: Town Hall, Main Street, Watertown, MA, Main telephone #   The Historical Society’s mission is to help preserve the rich history of Watertown. The society was founded in and throughout the years has preserved artifacts from Watertown’s past and published papers researched by members of its board, as well as books about Watertown and all of the early town Edmund Fowle House at 28 Marshall St. serves as the home of the .


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Book/Printed Material Watertown, July 8th, Gentlemen. In obedience to the order of Congress, we have proportioned thirteen thousand coats on 1775. book the towns and districts in this Colony, excepting Boston and Charlestown; and have inclosued you the proportion, with.

Watertown, July 8th, Gentlemen, In obedience to the order of Congress we have proportioned thirteen thousand coats on all the towns and districts in this colony, excepting Boston and Charlestown ; and have inclosed to you the proportion, with their resolves, and a sample as a direction to you.

Watertown, July 8th, Gentlemen, In obedience to the order of Congress we have proportioned thirteen thousand coats on all the towns and districts in this colony, excepting Boston and Charlestown; and have inclosed to 1775. book the proportion, with their resolves, and a sample as a direction to you.

Series contains receipts signed by persons receiving payment for various goods and services supplied to the state through the commissary general. It originally consisted of nine volumes; v.

1 has been bound into v.2, and v. 3 was lost in an fire. The initial two volumes are labeled Watertown, with the remaining volumes 1775. book to the Boston office -- Books cover Dec. through July. In Provincial Congress, Watertown, May 8th, [electronic resource]: Whereas there are divers persons now in this colony, who have by their conduct discovered themselves to be enemies to the rights of mankind, and the interests of America.

VIA. Orderly book, Charlestown (Mass.), 3 July August Unit name/number: 1st Battalion, Royal Marines, British Recordkeeper: Anonymous. General, battalion and barracks orders kept for the battalion in Charlestown (Mass.), 3 July August immediately after the Battle of Bunker Hill and during the Siege of Boston.

Artemas Ward orderly book, July more. cm x 6 unnumbered pages Orderly book from the Ward family papers. View: [Page unnumbered (1 in sequence)] [Entry for July 2 not transcribed, see page image.] July 3 [] Parole -- Lockout -- Countersign -- Sharp --By his Excellency George Washington Esqr: Commander in Chief of the.

Published by Printed by Benjamin Edes in [Watertown, Mass. Written in English Subjects: United States. -- Continental Army -- Recruiting, enlistment, etc., Recruiting and enlistment., Massachusetts -- History -- Revolution,United States -- History -- Revolution, -- American forces.

In Provincial Congress, Watertown, July 1st, Resolved, that all offences committed by any of the forces rais'd for defence of the sea coasts, shall be tried by a court-martial consisting of the field officers of the regiment of militia according to the Rules and regulations for the Massachusetts army.

Substantially, then, inthe limits of Watertown, comprised its present area, and the acres which, inwere taken away to form the new town of Belmont.

Watertown, in Jan. had polls, and a total valuation of pounds, about $30, The assessors had an East list and a West list of property-holders and poll tax payers. June—James Mease, a Philadelphia merchant, later Commissary to the Pennsylvania troops and, for a time, Clothier-General of the Continental Army.

One of the horses was "a bay, warranted sound," purchased from Thomas Wellbank, of Philadelphia, for £June 22—Dr. Peter Renaudet, a Philadelphia physician. In Committee of Supplies, Watertown, May 8th, Public notice is hereby given, that there will be wanted for the use of the Massachusetts army, a large quantity of the articles following.

Welcome to the website of the Massachusetts Society of the Sons of the American Revolution. The society is an educational, non-profit that seeks to maintain and extend the institutions of American freedom, and a respect for our national symbols and American citizenship.

Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My library. In Provincial Congress, Watertown, July 1st, Resolved, that all offences committed by any of the forces rais'd for defence of the sea coasts, shall be tried by a court-martial consisting of the field officers of the regiment of militia according to the Rules and regulations for the Massachusetts army.

To John Adams from James Warren, 20 July From James Warren. Watertown July My Dear Sir. I yesterday returned from Plymouth where I had opportunity of spending only three or four days in such a hurry of private Business as would scarcely admit of a single Meditation in the Calm retirements of the Fields.

I Breakfasted in the. This attack on the Lighthouse Island in Boston Harbor occurred early on the morning of 31 July. After Maj. Joseph Vose’s party burned the lighthouse on 20 July (see William Heath to GW, 21 July ), the British began rebuilding it, and by the night of 29 July their work was “in such forwardness as Actually to shew a Light” (James Warren to John Adams, 31 July–2 Aug.

in. Watertown, J Jabez Fisher, Esq. brought down from the Board a Letter from his Excellency General Washington, purporting that it is not for the general interest of the Colonies that there should be a detachment from the Army sent to the Eastward. Stanford Libraries' official online search tool for books, media, journals, databases, government documents and more.

In Provincial Congress, Watertown, July 9, [electronic resource]: Whereas there is now a very pressing demand for some articles of cloathing. The American Revolution began in Massachusetts. At the time, Massachusetts was a part of a royal colony called the Province of Massachusetts Bay.

The province consisted of the former colonies of the Massachusetts Bay Colony, Plymouth Colony, and the territories of Maine and Nova Scotia as well as the islands of Martha’s Vineyard and Nantucket.

The Province of Massachusetts. Revolutionary War era. Much excitement was generated in Watertown towards the start of the American Revolutionary War period. Inmany of its citizens were engaged with the Sons of Liberty in another tax protest, this time against the British Tea Tax which resulted in the famous Boston Tea Party rebellion.

Then later (April ), some Watertown minutemen responded to the alarm from County: Middlesex.Hudson-Mohawk Genealogical and Family Memoirs is a four-volume set covering nine counties in the Hudson Valley / Mohawk Valley / Capital District area of upstate New York. This online version is part of the Schenectady Digital History Archive, the local history and genealogy Web site of the Schenectady County Public Library, affiliated with the NYGenWeb, USGenWeb and American History and.

Built inthe Fowle House is the second oldest surviving house in Watertown. At the beginning of the American Revolution it served as headquarters for the executive branch of the Massachusetts government from July to September The Treaty of Watertown was signed on Jin the council chamber on the second floor.