Отзывы - Написать отзыв
Не удалось найти ни одного отзыва.
Другие издания - Просмотреть все
able Albany already Anspach answer appeared army arrived artillery assistance assure attention believe Boats body called Captain carry Chasseurs Colonel command Company Congress consequence considerable Copy Corps Court dated DEAR SIR delay desired directed enemy enemy's Excellency expected express force Fort forward French furnish George Georgia give given Hague Hanau honor hope immediately inclosed Indians John join keep King Lake land least leave letter Lord Major means measures mentioned militia morning necessary night obliged officer orders party pass possible present Prince procure provisions quarter Rainsford reason received Recruits regiment remain respects retreat river Schuyler sent Servant ships side Sir Joseph Yorke soon supply taken thing Ticonderoga tion town Transports troops vessels whole wish
Стр. 235 - Esq., to me personally known, and made affirmation to the truth and correctness of the foregoing statement, according to the best of his knowledge and belief. Given under my hand and seal this 21st day of November, AD 1834.
Стр. 6 - The charge was Neglect of Duty, in not being present at Ticonderoga to discharge the functions of his command from the middle of June, 1777, until it was no longer possible to maintain Ticonderoga and Mount Independence consistent with the safety of the troops and stores, when he should have caused a retreat to be made for the preservation of both, under the 5th article of the 18th section of the rules and articles of war.
Стр. 547 - SOCIETY has established a fund 1br the regular publication of its transactions and Collections in American History. Publication is very justly regarded as one of the main instruments of usefulness in such institutions, and the amount and value of what they contribute to the general sum of human knowledge through this agency, as a just criterion of their success. To effect its object, the Society proposed to issue One Thousand Scrip shares of TWENTY-FIVE DOLLARS each. Each share is transferable on...
Стр. 16 - ... we are infallibly ruined. I have thoughts of calling for the Berkshire militia, which are nearest to us, and will probably be the most alert to come to our assistance, because they are in some measure covered by this post ; but on that I shall consult the other General Officers. This, however, is clear to me, that we shall be obliged to abandon this side, and then they will soon force the other from us ; nor do I see that a retreat will in any shape be practicable. Every thing, however, shall...
Стр. 349 - In witness whereof we the undersigned, by virtue of our full powers, have signed the present separate Article, and have affixed thereto the seals of our arms.
Стр. 173 - House on the loth day of July instant, require you to send from your several townships deputations, consisting of ten persons or more from each township, to meet CoL Skeene at...
Стр. 181 - Every effort of the enemy would be in vain, if our exertions equalled our abilities, if our virtue was not sinking under that infamous venality which pervades throughout, and threatens us with ruin.
Стр. 173 - Roosevelt ordered the seizure of the plant "pursuant to the powers vested in [him] by the Constitution and laws of the United States, as President of the United States of America and Commander in Chief of the Army and Navy of the United States.
Стр. 19 - I conclnde they are either in full force or very weak, and hope, by letting loose the Indians, to intimidate us. I incline to believe the last, but have, as yet, no certain rule to go by; however, we must know soon, and it is said they have marked to-morrow to attack. I beg leave to refer you to Colonel Varick for further particulars, who takes the charge of this letter.