Muster Rolls, Etc., 1743-1787

Front Cover
Thomas Lynch Montgomery
Harrisburg Publishing Company, state printer, 1906 - Pennsylvania
1 Review

What people are saying - Write a review

We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.

Selected pages


Other editions - View all

Common terms and phrases

Popular passages

Page 774 - CD, of the city aforesaid, merchant, my true and lawful attorney, for me, and in my name, and for my use to ask, demand...
Page 740 - ... lawfully do, or cause to be done, in and about the premises, by virtue of these presents.
Page 791 - Lawfully do or Cause to be Done, in and about the premises By Virtue of these Presents, in Witness Whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal this twenty-fourth day of Febry.
Page 368 - When we arrived within half a mile of the place where the colonel was executed, we overtook the five prisoners that remained alive; the Indians had caused them to sit down on the ground, as they did also the colonel and me at some distance from them.
Page 370 - Girty then came up to me and bade me prepare for death. He said, however, I was not to die at that place, but to be burnt at the Shawanese towns. He swore by G — d I need not expect to escape death, but should suffer it in all its extremities.
Page 791 - ... and agree for the same; and acquittances or other sufficient discharges for the same, for me and in my name, to make...
Page 367 - Colonel Crawford was very desirous to see a certain Simon Girty, who lived with the Indians, and was on this account permitted to go to town the same night, with two warriors to guard him, having orders at the same time to pass by the place where the Colonel had turned out his horse, that they might, if possible, find him. The rest of us were taken as far as the old town, which was within eight miles of the new.
Page 759 - In Witness whereof I have here unto set my hand and seal this twenty third day of April in the year of our Lord One Thousand seven hundred and seventy eight.
Page 366 - We then waited and continued calling for these men till the troops had passed us. The colonel told me his horse had almost given out, that he could not keep up with the troops, and wished some of his best friends to remain with him: he then exclaimed against the militia for riding off in such an irregular manner, and leaving some of the wounded behind, contrary to his orders. Presently there came two men riding after us, one of them an old man, the other a lad, we enquired if they had seen any of...
Page 263 - ... reconciliation has been formed and accepted by America, this our Association shall be dissolved; but till then it shall remain in full force; and to the observation of it, we bind ourselves by every thing dear and sacred amongst men.

Bibliographic information