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1st Battn 1st Company 1st Compy 1st Lieut 2nd Battn 2nd Company 2nd Compy 2nd Lieut 2nd Regiment 3d Comp'y 3rd Compy 4th Company 5th Compy Abraham ACCORDING TO LAW Adam Alexander Andrew appointed and commissioned Artillery Batt Battalion Benjamin Brigade Inspector Capt Captain Cavalry CITY OF PHILADELPHIA Comp Cornet COUNTY BRIGADE COUNTY OF BUCKS Cumberland County Daniel David day appointed Division composed elected 14th Oct Ensign Esquire Fifth Compy Fifth Regiment Fourth Regiment Frederick Friday George Governor this day Henry Hugh Infantry & Rifle Isaac Jacob James John John Huston Joseph junr Lieut Lieutenant Colonel Light Infantry Company Matross Michael MILITIA OFFICERS Miller Monday Peter Philadelphia Brigade Philip Private RETURN MADE ACCORDING RETURN OF OFFICERS Rifle Company Rifle Corps Robert Samuel Saturday Second Battalion second Brigade Second Lieut Second Lieutenant Second Regiment Smith Third Regiment Thomas Thursday Troop of Light Tuesday VIZT Wednesday William
Page 193 - An act for the regulation of the militia of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania,' passed the 9th day of April, 1807.
Page 787 - ... in the state of Ohio for defence of the western frontiers, unless otherwise ordered by the commander in chief of the United States' army. The Governor embraces the present opportunity of recordIng the names of commanding officers of companies who have patriotically tendered their services, not included in General Orders of the 25th ult. Henry Shippun, Capt.
Page 773 - Each corps shall be properly armed and equipped for actual service. " When the detachment and organization shall have been effected, the respective corps will be exercised under the officers set over them ; but will not remain embodied, or be considered as in actual service, until by subsequent orders they shall be directed to take the field.
Page 795 - Macomb, his heirs and assigns, as a good and indefeasible estate of inheritance forever ; on condition nevertheless, that within the term of seven years, to be computed from the first day of January next ensuing the date hereof, there shall be one actual settlement made on the said tract of land hereby granted, for every six hundred and forty acres thereof, otherwise these our letters patent and the estate hereby granted, shall cease, determine, and become void.
Page 483 - A RETURN MADE ACCORDING TO LAW BY THE BRIGADE INSPECTOR OF THE CITY OF PHILADELPHIA, COMMISSIONS WERE MADE OUT FOR THE FOLLOWING: Philadelphia City Militia.
Page 788 - Binns to be agent or paymaster of the militia of this State now in the service of the United States under the command of Colonel...
Page 385 - An act for more effectually securing the trade, peace and safety of the port of Philadelphia, and defending the western frontiers of the Commonwealth...
Page 788 - Pennsylvania, in the service of the United States under the command of General...
Page 454 - ISih 1794. t'pon a return made according to law, by the Brigade Inspector of the City of Philadelphia of the Election of six officers" of the Militia of that Brigade, Commissions were issued in due form to the following named Gentlemen, Vizt Artillery of the fifth Regiment, Jeremiah Fisher, Major.
Page 796 - June 24, 1815. The resignation of John Philips of his office of Major General of the sixteenth division of the Militia of this Commonwealth, composed of the counties of Beaver, Butler, Mercer, Crawford, Erie, Venango and Warren, was received and this day accepted by the Governor.