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A plan of exercise, for the militia of the province of the Massachusetts-Bay
by Printed by Richard Draper, printer to His Excellency the governor and the Honorable His Majesty"s Council. M,DCC,LXXI. Sold at his printing-office in Newbury-Street. (Price one pistareen). in Boston: New-England
Written in English
|Statement||extracted from the plan of discipline, for the Norfolk militia.|
|Series||Early American imprints -- no. 12290.|
|Contributions||Windham, William, 1717-1761., Townshend, George, Marquis, 1724-1807., Hutchinson, Thomas, 1711-1780.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, 104 p.|
|Number of Pages||104|
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A plan of exercise, for the militia of the province of the Massachusetts-Bay Author: William Windham ; George Townshend Townshend, Marquis ; Francis Bernard, Sir ; Massachusetts. Get this from a library.
A plan of exercise, for the militia of the province of the Massachusetts-Bay. [William Windham; George Townshend Townshend, Marquis; Thomas Hutchinson; Massachusetts. Militia.]. A plan of exercise, for the militia of the province of the Massachusetts-Bay: Published: () A plan of exercise, for the militia of the province of the Massachusetts-Bay: Published: () A Plan of exercise, for the militia of the colony of Connecticut Published: ().
Among the most popular was William Windham’s A Plan of Discipline Composed for the Use of the Militia of the County of Norfolk, published in London in By an adaptation of it was being printed by Richard Draper on Newbury Street in Boston under the title A Plan of Exercise for the militia of the Province of Massachusetts Bay.
A plan of exercise, for the militia of the province of the Massachusetts-Bay: Published: () The Infantry exercise of the United States Army abridged for the use of the militia of the United States: to which is added, "Compliments by troops under review" ; and, "Form and course of inspection," abridged from the "General regulations for the.
Windham, William. A Plan of Exercise for the Militia of the Province of Massachusetts Bay. Published by Richard Draper, London. Wolfe, James P. General Wolfe’s Instructions to Young Officers. Printed for J.
Millan and the Admiralty, Whitehall, England. Wood, William J. Battles of the Revolutionary War,Chapel Hill. Manual exercise, evolutions, manoeuvres to be observed by the militia of the province of New York. Albany: Alexander and James Robertson, Lambert, Richard, Earl of Cavan.
A New System of Military Discipline founded upon principle. By a General Officer. Philadelphia: R. Aitken, Nicola Lewis. A/Plan of Exercise, /Tor the/Hilitia/of the Province of thc/Massachusots-Bay:/ Extractod/From the Plan of Discipline, /for the/Norfolk Militia/ Boston: New England ./Printed by Richard Draper, Printer to His Excellency/the Governor and the Honorable His Majesty's Council./ M,DCC,LXXII./ Sold at his Printing- office in Newbury Street.
A/Plan of Exercise, /for the/Militia/of the Province of tho/Massachusets-Bay:/ Extracted/From the Plan of Discipline, /for the/Norfolk Militia/ Boston: Now England: /Printed by Richard Draper, Printer to His Excellency/the Governor and the Honorable His Majesty's Council./ M,DCC,LXXII./ Sold at his Printing- office in Newbury Street.
(97) The undated text of the first militia act of the colony of Massachusetts Bay read, Section 1. Forasmuch as the well ordering of the militia is a matter of great concernment to the safety and wellfare of this Commonwealth It is ordered by this Court and the authority there of.
PREFACE. THIS excellent pamphlet was published in a series of letters, which first appeared in one of the weekly news-papers at Boston, and afterwards in the form of a pamphlet, entitled Massachusettensis, in the course of the last winter.
It has been thought, that a republication of a detail and discussion of facts and circumstances, which were unanswerable upon the spot. Page - for the better regulating the government of the Province of Massachusetts Bay," and " for the impartial administration of justice" in the same, followed closely, and wrought an entire abrogation of the charter in all those particulars by which it.
For promoting military discipline, this plan of exercise, extracted from the plan practiced by the Norfolk militia, is presented to [blank] of the regiment of militia, by the province of New-Hampshire New Hampshire. Militia [ Government publication, Book: ] View online (access conditions) At National Library.
The governor of Massachusetts, officially the governor of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, is the chief executive of the Government of Massachusetts and serves as commander-in-chief of the commonwealth's military forces. Massachusetts has a republican system of government, akin to a presidential system, where the governor acts as the head of government while having a Member of: Governor's Council.
The United States National Guard is part of the reserve components of the United States Armed is a reserve military force composed of National Guard military members or units of each state and the territories of Guam, the Virgin Islands, Puerto Rico, and the District of Columbia, for a total of 54 separate members of the National Guard of the United States Allegiance: Federal (10 U.S.C.
§ E), State and. The governor of this commonwealth, for the time being, shall be the commander-in-chief of the army and navy, and of all the military forces of the State, by sea and land; and shall have full power, by himself or by any commander, or other officer or officers, from time to time, to train, instruct, exercise, and govern the militia and navy; and.
The United Colonies of New England was a practical plan which actually existed between and Massachusetts Bay, Plymouth, Connecticut and New Haven were united in a league largely for frontier defense. It was replaced by the Dominion of New England in ALBANY PAPERS.
Albany Papers: Containing, I. Reasons and Motives on which the Plan of Union for the Colonies was formed;—II. Reasons against partial Unions;— the Plan of Union drawn by B. and unanimously agreed to by the Commissioners from New Hampshire, Massachusett's Bay, Rhode Island, New Jersey, Maryland, and Pensylvania, met in.
Exercise for the Militia of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, Boston, Introduction On the crest of a low, round hill, portions of two regiments of Massachusetts militia nearly five hundred strong stood in a line of battle, their weapons at the ready.
DISTRICT OF MASSACHUSETTS, TO WIT, District Clerk’s Office. BE IT REMEMBERED, That on the thirtieth day of March, A.and of the Forty-fourth Year of the Independence of the United States of America, HEWS & GOSS, of the said District, have deposited in this Office, the title of a Book, the Right whereof they claim as Proprietors, in the words following, to.
The Readiness shewn by the Committee of Safety for the Province of New Jersey to succor this Place with their Militia on a late occasion when they where Edition: current; Page:  at my Request called upon by Brigadier General, the Earl of Stirling, and the Alacrity with which I am Informed the Militia then stepped forward in Defence of their.Start And Run A Militia.
Defend The Constitution; You Are The American Militia; from the hostile invasion of the city of Boston in our Sister Colony of Massachusetts Bay, whose commerce and harbor are, on the first day of June next, to be stopped by an armed force, deem it highly necessary that the said first day of June be set apart, by.A Plan of Discipline, Composed for the use of the Militia of the County of Norfolk.
William Windham, London, ; reprinted by Museum Restoration Service, Ottawa, Canada, “Just Re-Printed, and to be sold At Draper’s Printing-Office in Newbury-Street, An Abstract of the Norfolk Exercise, for the Use of the Militia of the Province of.