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By order of His Excellency Sir William Howe, K.B. general and commander in chief, &c. &c. &c.

Great Britain. Army.

By order of His Excellency Sir William Howe, K.B. general and commander in chief, &c. &c. &c.

All merchants and others having blankets and rugs of any kind whatever are hereby ordered to bring in a true return of the same to the barrack-master immediately, with the price thereof. ..

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Published by Printed by James Humphreys, Junior, in Market-Street, between Front and Second-Streets. in Philadelphia .
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    Subjects:
  • Requisitions, Military -- Pennsylvania.,
  • United States -- History -- Revolution, 1775-1783 -- British forces.,
  • Pennsylvania -- History -- Revolution, 1775-1783.

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesEarly American imprints -- no. 15819.
    ContributionsHowe, William Howe, Viscount, 1729-1814.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination1 sheet ([1] p.)
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14614303M

    By Commodore Sir George Collier, commander in chief of His Majesty's ships and vessels in North America; and Major-General William Tryon Address, to the inhabitants of Connecticut. Given on board His Majesty's ship Camilla, in the Sound, July 4th,   General William Howe is named the interim commander in chief of the British army in America on October 1 , replacing Lieutenant General Thomas Gage. .

    [REVOLUTIONARY WAR]. BLASKOWITZ, Charles (c). "A Plan of New York Island, and Part of Long Island, with the circumjacent Country - as far as Dobbs's Ferry to the North, and White Plains to the East including the Rivers, Islands, Roads &ca - Also shewing the Landing Routes, battles, Lines and Encampments of the British Forces under the Command of His Excellency Sir William Howe Knight. Search results 1 - 25 of [Arms] By His Excellency Sir William Howe, K. B. General and Commander in Chief, &c. &c. proclamation [Modifying his proclamation of December 4th] Given under my hand at Headquarters, in Philadelphia, this.

    Philadelphia, December 8, Regulations under which the inhabitants may purchase the enumerated articles, mentioned in the proclamation of His Excellency Sir William Howe, K. B. General and Commander in Chief. Had Sir William Howe fortified the Hills round Boston, he could not have been disgracefully driven from it: had he pursued his Victory at Long Island, he had ended the Rebellion: Had he landed above the lines at New York, not a Man could have escaped him: Had he fought the Americans at the Brunx, he was sure of Victory: had he cooperated with the N. Army, he had saved it, or had he gone to.


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Book/Printed Material [Arms] By order of His Excellency Sir William, Howe, K.B. General and Commander in Chief &c. Proclamation [Enjoining the cutting of wood south of the city, as necessary for the use of the British soldiers] Given under my hand at Philadelphia. By His Excellency Sir William Howe, K.B.

general and commander in chief &c. Proclamation. Whereas by my declaration dated the 27th of August,security and protection were promised to all persons, inhabitants of Pennsylvania &c. excepting only those, who have assumed legislative and judicial authority, provided they did forthwith return, and remain peaceably at their usual.

By order of His Excellency Sir William Howe, K.B. general and commander in chief, &c. Proclamation: All persons having waggons, carts or teams of horses in their possession, within the city of Philadelphia and its environs, are hereby enjoined and required, within five days from the date hereof, to make a just and true return of all such waggons, carts, and draught horses, to the office.

By order of His Excellency Sir William Howe, K.B. general and commander in chief, K.B. general and commander in chief. Proclamation: Whereas the cart ways of the several paved streets, lanes, and alleys within the city of Philadelphia and its suburbs, contrary to former usage, are much incommoded with mud, dirt and other filth, to the great annoyance and inconvenience of the inhabitants.

By order of His Excellency Sir William Howe, K.B. general and commander in chief, &c. Proclamation.: All persons having waggons, carts or teams of horses in their possession, within the city of Philadelphia and its environs, are hereby enjoined and required, within five days from the date hereof, to make a just and true return of all such waggons, carts, and draught horses, to the office.

[Arms] By order of His Excellency Sir William Howe, K. General and Commander in Chief, &c. Proclamation Whereas the cart ways of the several paved streets.

[Arms] By order of His Excellency Sir William Howe, K. General and Commander in Chief, &c. Proclamation. All persons having waggons, carts, or teams of horses in their possession within the City of Philadelphia are hereby enjoined and.

[Arms] By order of His Excellency Sir William Howe, K. General and commander in Chief, &c. proclamation.

I do hereby give notice to the inhabitants of the City of Philadelphia and its Environs, it is the order of His Excellency, that. By order of His Excellency Sir William Howe, K.B. general and commander in chief, &c.

&c: All merchants and others having blankets and rugs of any kind whatever are hereby ordered to bring in a true return of the same to the barrack-master immed Great Britain. Army [ Book: ]. William Howe, 5th Viscount Howe, KB, PC (10 August – 12 July ) was a British Army officer who rose to become Commander-in-Chief of British land forces in the Colonies during the American War of was one of three brothers who had distinguished military careers.

In historiography of the American war he is usually referred to as Sir William Howe to distinguish his. Narrative of lieut. gen. sir william. howe: Orderly book: Philadelphia, December 8, regulations, under which the inhabitants may purchase the enumerated articles, mentioned in the proclamation of His Excellency Sir William Howe, K.B.

general and commander in chief, &c. By order of His Excellency Sir William Howe, K.B. general and commander in chief, &c. Proclamation: I do hereby give notice to the inhabitants of the city of Philadelphia and its environs, it is the order of His Excellency, that "No person whatever, living within the said city and its environs, shall appear in the streets between the beating of the tattoo, at half an hour after eight.

By order of His Excellency Sir William Howe, K.B. general and commander in chief, &c. Proclamation: Whereas complaint hath been made to the police, that divers ill-disposed persons have, under pretence of bringing in provisions, gone up and down the River Delaware, landed in divers parts of Pennsylvania and the Jerseys, and taken by force, the property of several of His Majesty's.

Download Image of [Arms] By His Excellency Sir William Howe, K. General and Commander in Chief, &c. Whereas a considerable quantity of naval stores is known to be in this City [requiring the enumeration and prohibiting the sale, under penalty of forfei.

Free for commercial use, no attribution required. Evans Available also through the Library of Congress web site in two forms. William Howe, commander in chief of the British army in North America (–78) who, despite several military successes, failed to destroy the Continental Army and stem the American Revolution.

Brother of Adm. Richard Lord Howe, William Howe had been active in. [Arms] By His Excellency Sir William Howe, K. General and Commander in Chief, &c. Proclamation [Requiring all persons who are or have been aiding the rebellion in Pennsylvania to Positive Photostat.; Evans Available also through the Library of Congress web site in two forms: as facsimile page images and as full text in SGML.

Philadelphia, December 8, Regulations under which the inhabitants may purchase the enumerated articles, mentioned in the proclamation of His Excellency Sir William Howe, K.

General and Commander in Chief. Download Image of [Arms] By His Excellency Sir William Howe, K. General and Commander in chief, &c.

Proclamation. Whereas unrestrained liberty of landing or bringing into this Cityrum, brandy and other spirituous liquors, for sale, may be attended with. Free for commercial use, no attribution required.

Dated: 1. Author(s): Galloway,Joseph, Title(s): By order of his excellency: Sir William Howe, K.B. General and Commander in chief, &c, &c, &c. proclamation: whereas the cart ways of the several paved streets, lanes, and alleys within the city of Philadelphia and its suburbs, contrary to former usage, are much incommoded with mud, dirt, and other filth.

Scale ca. Manuscript, pen-and-ink and watercolor. Relief shown by shading. "To the Honble. Sir William Howe K.B. general and commander in chief of all His Majesty's forces within the colonies laying on the Atlantic Ocean from Nova Scotia to West Florida inclusive, &ca.

&ca. [Signed:] John Montrésor, chief engineer in America." Imperfect: Fort Mifflin on Great Mud Island is almost. Full text of "General Sir William Howe's Orderly book, at Charlestown, Boston and Halifax, J to26 May; to which is added the official abridgment of General Howe's correspondence with the English Government during the siege of Boston, and some military returns, and now first printed from the original manuscripts; with an historical introduction".

General Sir William Howe was a central figure during the early years of the American Revolution () when he served as commander of British forces in North America.

A distinguished veteran of the French and Indian War, he took part in many of the conflict's campaigns in the years after the war, Howe and his brother, Admiral Richard Howe, were sympathetic .cried Sir William Howe, fiercely, though with a quivering lip. "It has stood too long on a traitor's shoulders!" "You must make haste to chop it off, then," calmly replied the Colonel, "for, a few hours longer, and not all the power of Sir William Howe, nor of his master, shall cause one of these gray hairs to fall.

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