The Order of the Cincinnati in France: ("lórdre de Cincinnatus") : Its Organization and History, with the Military Or Naval Records of the French Members who Became Such by Reason of Qualifying Service in the Army Or Navy of France Or of the United States in the War of Revolution for American Independence
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1st January 4th July admitted Aide de Camp American Army appointed August Auxiliary Army Baron Brevet Brigadier Capitaine de Vaisseau Chef d'Escadre Chevalier Cincinnati Cincinnati in France commission Comte Congress Continental Army Count d'Estaing Count de Grasse Count de Rochambeau December dragoons emigrate Excellency February fleet Formerly Capitaine Formerly Lieutenant French Army French Navy French officers French State Society frigate Grasse's action Grenada hereditary member Honorably retired infantry Institution Island in 1778 Island State Society June Knight Commander Knight Grand Cross Lauzun Legion of Honor Lieutenant Colonel Lieutenant de Vaisseau Lieutenant General Count Louis XVI Major Marechal de Camp Marquis de Lafayette Mestre de Camp Military Order naval action Naval Forces Newport November October original member Paris President General Washington Promoted Rear Admiral regiment returned to France Rhode Island Royal and Military Saint Domingo ship Siege of Savannah Siege of Yorktown squadron subsequently United Vaisseau commanding Vice Admiral wounded