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  Highbeam Encyclopedia - Search Results for 1777
In 1777 he joined George Washington's staff as a volunteer aide-de-camp, fought at Brandywine and in subsequent battles, and was promoted (1779) to lieutenant colonel in recognition of his bravery and ability.
The Flockey, 13 August 1777, the defeat of the tory uprising in the Schoharie Valley & Rebellion In The Mohawk Valley, The St. Leger Expedition Of 1777.
An American resolution: the history of prisons in the United States from 1777 to 1877.
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A older woman, dressed in high fashion with a gigantic wig relative to a small feathered hat, points out her daughter to a maid.
Geoff Parnell, Keeper of Tower History, writes that no specific event from 1777 appears to have inspired this image and suggests a political reading, possibly "connected with the insurrection in the American colonies at this time.
The docile lions, however, may point in another direction, also related to the policy toward the American colonists, though with a differing target: that is, the North ministry characterized in anti-government cartoons from the period as usurping royal authority in the pursuit of a disastrous policy.
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  A Brief Profile of the Continental Army - The Army of 1777-1780
However, essentially all enlistments for the army of 1777 were initially for three years or “for the war.” The crippling practice of the end-of-year wholesale reorganizations would finally be at an end.
By the end of 1777, though, the composition of the main army was remarkably different from what it had been one year before.
Based on the long-term enlistments facilitated by the establishment of 1777, the mid-war lull following the cessation of a Canadian invasion threat, and the conclusion of the Philadelphia Campaign at the Battle of Monmouth in June 1778, the composition of the main army achieved an unprecedented degree of stability and resultant professionalism.
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 Shako:wi Cultural Center Exhibits | 1777
In this view of the Revolution, Saratoga and other victories of 1777 were important because they long sustained the American cause.
Just how significant the American victories of 1777 were becomes clearer when we widen our perspective of the war to include Great Britain and the global context of the struggle.
The final military showdown at Yorktown, for example, was achieved with the help of a French army and a French navy which prevented the British from supplying or evacuating their soldiers.
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  New Georgia Encyclopedia: Button Gwinnett (1735-1777)
He played a key role in the passage of the Constitution of 1777 and began to purge the military of officers whom he and his followers deemed less than zealous in their enthusiasm for the Whig cause.
After the death of Georgia's president and commander-in-chief, Archibald Bulloch, in February 1777, the Council of Safety appointed Gwinnett to succeed him.
The expedition failed, and though he was not elected governor when the new legislature met in the spring of 1777, Gwinnett was exonerated of any misconduct in carrying out the campaign.
www.georgiaencyclopedia.org /nge/Article.jsp?id=h-2543   (719 words)

 1777 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
1774 1775 1776 - 1777 - 1778 1779 1780
1777 was a common year starting on Wednesday (see link for calendar).
January 3 - American Revolutionary War: American general George Washington defeats British general Charles Cornwallis at the Battle of Princeton.
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June 14, 1777 - The flag of the United States consisting of 13 stars and 13 white and red stripes is mandated by Congress; John Paul Jones is chosen by Congress to captain the 18 gun vessel Ranger with his mission to raid coastal towns of England.
August 1, 1777 - Gen. Burgoyne reaches the Hudson after a grueling month spent crossing 23 miles of wilderness separating the southern tip of Lake Champlain from the northern tip of the Hudson River.
November 15, 1777 - Congress adopts the Articles of Confederation as the government of the new United States of America, pending ratification by the individual states.
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 RFC1777   (Site not responding. Last check: )
RFC 1777 LDAP March 1995 LDAPString ::= OCTET STRING The LDAPString is a notational convenience to indicate that, although strings of LDAPString type encode as OCTET STRING types, the legal character set in such strings is limited to the IA5 character set.
RFC 1777 LDAP March 1995 The LDAPResult is the construct used in this protocol to return success or failure indications from servers to clients.
RFC 1777 LDAP March 1995 The result of the name change attempted by the server upon receipt of a Modify RDN Request is returned in the Modify RDN Response, defined as follows: ModifyRDNResponse ::= [APPLICATION 13] LDAPResult Upon receipt of a Modify RDN Request, a server will attempt to perform the name change.
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 This Day in History 1777: Thomas Conway is named inspector general
On this day in 1777, the Continental Congress names Irish-born Thomas Conway to the post of inspector general of the United States.
Conway served admirably under Sullivan at the battles of Brandywine in September 1777 and Germantown in October 1777 before becoming involved in an unconfirmed conspiracy to remove General Washington from command of the Continental Army.
After several defeats in the fall of 1777, some members of Congress expressed displeasure with the leadership of General Washington and Conway began writing letters to prominent leaders, including General Horatio Gates, that were critical of Washington.
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 Logans Fort... Journl entries
May 23, 1777 - Clark's diary " A large party of Indians attacked Boonsborough Fort kept a warm Fire until 11 Oclock at Night began it the next Morning and kept a Warm Fire until Midnight attempting several Times to burn the Fort 3 of our men were wounded not mortally The Enemy suffered considerably."
June 20, 1777 - John Cowan's diary; "Coburn arrived from Logan's and says Burr Harrison, who was wounded the 30th day of May, died of his wounds the 13th inst.
June 25, 1777 - John Cowan's diary; "Expresses arrived from Logan's and Booneborough and say that the Indians did not much damage at Boonesborough, except killing cattle, and that Logan, who set out for the settlement on the 6th.
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 WPI Department of Military Science - People, Places and Terms Mentioned in Staff Rides   (Site not responding. Last check: )
He fell ill at Chambly and Skenesboro, was wounded at the Battle of Hubbardton on 7 July 1777, and narrowly escaped death when his tent caught fire shortly before the British crossed the Hudson River north of Saratoga.
He was exchanged 10 Jan 1777 and was commissioned Leuitenant Colonel of John Lamb's 2nd Continental Artillery as of 1 Jan., 1777 where he became famous as an artilleriest.
During the first battle, 19 September 1777, Poor's Brigade was used to reinforce Morgan's Continental Rifle Corps near the close of battle.
www.wpi.edu /Academics/Depts/MilSci/BTSI/glossary.html   (8995 words)

 The Avalon Project : The Constitution of New York : April 20, 1777
The Constitution of New York : April 20, 1777
1 Verified from "Journals of the Provincial Congress, Provincial Convention Committee of Safety and Council of Safety of the State of New York, 1775, 1776 1777, vol.
This constitution was framed by a convention which assembled at White Plains July 10, 1776, and after repeated adjournments and changes of location terminated its labors at Kingston Sunday evening April 20 1777, when the constitution was adopted with but one dissenting vote.
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 Search Results for "1777"
...NUMBER: 1777 AUTHOR: William Shakespeare (1564–1616) QUOTATION: I am not merry; but I do beguile The thing I am, by seeming otherwise.
...NUMBER: 1777 AUTHOR: Antonin Scalia, Associate Justice, US Supreme Court QUOTATION: We are unwilling to send police and judges into a new thicket of 4th Amendment...
1777 The Treaty of San Ildefonso assigned Colonia and disputed Paraguayan territory to Spain.
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 VermontVacation.com | About Vermont
State admitted to the Union after the ratification of the Constitution was Vermont on March 4, 1791.
Constitution to outlaw slavery was Vermont's in 1777.
Constitution to abolish the requirement that voters must be property owners was Vermont's in 1777.
www.1-800-vermont.com /about/historyindex.asp   (171 words)

 Old Constitution House State Historic Site - www.HistoricVermont.org   (Site not responding. Last check: )
On July 8, 1777, the first Constitution of the “Free and Independent State of Vermont” was adopted at the Windsor Tavern owned by Elijah West.
The Vermont Constitution was adopted at this tavern during a violent thunderstorm in 1777.
In January 1777, representatives of the Grants held a convention at Westminster and declared their independence.
www.dhca.state.vt.us /HistoricSites/html/constitution.html   (821 words)

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The definition of these string encodings for different Directory AttributeValue types may be found in companions to this document that define the encodings of various attribute syntaxes such as [6].
Modify Operation The Modify Operation allows a client to request that a modification of the DIB be performed on its behalf by a server.
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 Bartholomey's Service with Selin's Company 1777
On 16 July 1777, a letter was written by Charles Seitz, Adjutant of the Corps, to Dr. Otto at the hospital in Trenton, concerning Sergeant Henry Bartholomew.
On or around 4 June 1777, Dr. Frederick Otto and Dr. John Augustus Otto were commissioned as Junior Surgeon and Surgeon Mate and assigned duty at their father's hospital in Trenton.
On the official Hessian report issued in February 1777, he is listed as having been sent on to Dumfries, Virginia with the other officers.
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 WPI Department of Military Science - British Execution of the Campaign of 1777   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Major General John Burgoyne returned to Quebec 6 May 1777 to find that General Carleton had assembled the troops and logistic support necessary for the expedition.
Receiving his commission as a Brigadier General on 17 July 1777, Stark quickly assembled a brigade of militiamen by August 13th.
On 23 August 1777, Major General Benedict Arnold robbed Burgoyne of that last hope by defeating St. Leger's forces at Fort Stanwix using his 950 militia and his cunning intellect.
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 1777   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Results of a Phase I study of intravenous BCX- 1777 in aggressive T-cell malignancies were...
The Flockey, 13 August 1777, the defeat of the tory uprising in the Schoharie Valley & Rebellion In The Mohawk Valley, T...
Años: 1772 1773 1774 1775 1776 - 1777 - 1778 1779 1780 1781 1782
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 References for Battles and Skirmishes in 1777
The Battle of Cooch's Bridge, Delaware, September 3, 1777; Including: Campaigns by which it was Preceded and Followed; Claims as to the First Use of the Stars and Stripes; Traditions Which Surrounded the Battle; Pencader's Oath of Fidelity of 1778.
Gerlach, Don R. "The Fall of Ticonderoga in 1777: Who was Responsible?" Bulletin of the Fort Ticonderoga Museum, 14 (Summer 1982), pp.
Hamilton, Edward P. "Was Washington to Blame For the Loss of Ticonderoga In 1777?" Bulletin of the Fort Ticonderoga Museum, 11 (September 1963), pp.
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On April 21, 1777 the regiment mustered 34 officers, 30 sergeants, 11 drummers and fifers and 520 rank and file.
On Command in October 1777, December 1777, February 1778 Muster Rolls and February 1778 Inspection Roll with Emmerick's Chasseurs.
In Hospital on October 1777, December 1777, February 1777 Muster Rolls and February 1778 Inspection Roll.
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 Roll of Officers
Butler's Rangers, raised in 1776 and 1777 and commanded by Lieut.
Cougle, John — 5 N. Vol., Oct. 10, 1777, and 1 N. Cozens, Daniel — 6 N. Vol., Dec. 17, 1776, and 3 N. Vol., 1778.
Murray, Thomas — Queen's Rangers, Sept. 26, 1777.
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 The Cardinals of the Holy Roman Church - Biographical Dictionary - Consistory of June 23, 1777
Exposed and buried in the cathedral of Senigallia.
Exposed and buried in the metropolitan cathedral of Bologna.
Consecrated, March 2, 1777, in the church of S. Carlo ai Catinari, Rome, by Cardinal Marcantonio Colonna, vicar of Rome, assisted by Orazio Mattei, titular archbishop of Colosso, and by Francesco Antonio Marcucci, bishop of Montalto, and vicegerent of Rome.
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 RFC 1777 (rfc1777) - Lightweight Directory Access Protocol   (Site not responding. Last check: )
RFC 1777: Hello, This site is simply very good...
RFC 1777: With the modify Operation, when doing a replace, if the value to be replaced =...
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 The Articles of Confederation | Early America's Milestone Historic Documents
Drafted in 1777 by the same Continental Congress that passed the Declaration of Independence, the articles established a "firm league of friendship" between and among the 13 states.
But during those years in which the 13 states were struggling to achieve their independent status, the Articles of Confederation stood them in good stead.
Adopted by Congress on November 15, 1777, the Articles became operative on March 1, 1781 when the last of the 13 states signed on to the document.
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Drafted in 1777 by the same Continental Congress that passed the Declaration of Independence, the articles established a "firm league of friendship" between and among the 13 states.
But during those years in which the 13 states were struggling to achieve their independent status, the Articles of Confederation stood them in good stead.
dopted by Congress on November 15, 1777, the Articles became operative on March 1, 1781 when the last of the 13 states signed on to the document.
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 The Battle of Brandywine   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The Battle of the Brandywine on September 11, 1777, marked the apparent end of a long period of frustration for the British in North America.
For Lieutenant-General Sir William Howe, commander of the British forces in North America, it was the first chance he had to come fully to grips with General George Washington's army since the British victory of Long Island in August 1776.
The British commander spent the first part of the summer campaign of 1777 in New Jersey, trying to lure Washington into the open for another major engagement that would finally wipe out the main American army while Lieutenant-General John Burgoyne's northern expedition severed New England from the rest of the colonies.
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