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Page 8 - ... of being absent from the troop or company a soldier belongs to, absence from duty, drunkenness, and false alarms, are punishable at the discretion of a general or regimental courtmartial. All officers in the command of guards or detachments are enjoined to give assistance to the...
Page 73 - Old Mole, Ragged Staff, and New Mole Guards, are to remain under Arms, till the Gates...
Page 86 - Sentries are order'd 11 —v~" to cloak, and unfix bayonets, the Sentry in his box is to pay all Officers the compliment of ftanding up ftraight, with his arms properly ordered.
Page 90 - The Serjeant of the Rounds then returns; and the Serjeant of the Guard, leaving his...
Page 76 - ... in the Morning Guard Report : But the order of an Officer is not to remain in force, unlels confirmed by the Governor.
Page 85 - Jmohe, or converfe with any one, except in the execution of his orders; nor is he to go into his Sentry-box, ... cither by day, or night, except when it rains. HE is to fuffer no perfon, except the Officers ART. ill. and Noncommiffioned Officers, of his Guard, or T ^—v—' Officers of the Navy and Army in uniform, to come new ftaud near his Pofr.
Page 85 - Sentry-boxes ; and, when relieved, he is to mention to the Corporal, the deficiencies of the Poft. HE is to allow no pedbn to go into the Embra- ART. VI fures, or on the Parapet Walls, except the Cover" v — v— ' To allow no nor, General Officers and their Aides de camp, the &c.
Page 20 - ... which are to be examined by the Subaltern of the day, before they are dreflcd.