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Disposition of Command for the Army of the United States, Etc.

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CollectionNational Archives and Records Administration: Ft. Johnston (NC) Orderly Book, RG98 view image
CollectionNational Archives and Records Administration: Ft. Johnston (NC) Orderly Book, RG98 view image
Document Information
Date November 30, 1800
Author Name Thomas H. Cushing (primary) Location: Headquarters, City of Washington
Recipient Name [not available]
Summary The Quartermaster General's office, the Inspector's office, the Paymaster General's office, and the Commanding Officer of the Artillerists & Engineers are all established at the Headquarters at the City of Washington. These General Orders establish the disposition of command for the Army throughout the United States and explain the duties of the officers at the sundry posts.
Document Format Copy of Signed Document
Document Notes A fourteen page document.
Content Notes [not available]
Related Persons/Groups communicants; Commander in Chief; Lieutenant Colonel Commandant John Francis Hamtramck; Lieutenant Colonel Commandant Strong; Regmient of Infantry; Lieutenant Commandant Gaither; Lieutenant Colonel Commandant Butler; Lieutenant Colonel Commandant Tousard; Regiment of Artillerists and Engineers; Major Rivardi; Major Peters; Major Freeman; Major Ford; Major Wadsworth; Captain Ingersoll; Major MacRea; Captain Stiller; Major Jackson; Colonel Burbeck, Commanding Officer of the Artillery; surgeon; surgeon's mate; battalion; men under arms; sick; servants; prisoners; musicians; dead men; deserters; discharged; aides de camp; waiter; Thomas H. Cushing; ;
Related Places City of Washington; Washington City; Head Quarters; Quarter Master Generals Office; Inspectors Office; Ohio River; Fort Fayette; Pittsburgh; Fort Pickering; Mississippi River; Fort Adams; Fort Stoddard; Mobile River; Tennessee; laboratory; Philadelphia; Fort Mifflin; Delaware; Georgia; South Carolina; North Carolina; Chesapeake Bay; New York harbor; West Point; Newport, Rhode Island; Fort Trumbull; New London; Boston; Knoxville; South West Point; Fort McHenry; Baltimore; Fort Johnston; Cape Fear; ;
Keywords disposition; laboratory; command; reports; regimental regulations; military duty; returns; articles received; return of the troops; clothing; medicine; surgical instruments; hospital stores; furniture; abstracts of provision; monthly consumption; muster rolls; pay abstracts; ordnance; arms and accoutrements; stores of war; musters; inspections; regulations; certificate; exemption from parade; tents; huts; hospital; mustered absent; property; stationary camp equipage; stores; tools; implements; estimates; appropriation; delivery; woolen overalls and vests; blankets; shirts; shoes; socks; rations; books; courts martial; ;
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