Orderly Books of the Fourth New York Regiment, 1778-1780: The Second New York Regiment, 1780-1783

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ORDERLY BOOKS
OF
THE FOURTH NEW YORK REGIMENT, 1778-1780
THE SECOND NEW YORK REGIMENT, 1780-1783
BY
SAMUEL TALLMADGE AND OTHERS
WITH
DIARIES
OF
SAMUEL TALLMADGE, 1780-1782
AND
JOHN BARR, 1779-1782

Prepared for publication by ALMON W. LAUBER PH.D. OF The Division of Archives and History

ALBANY
THE UNIVERSITY OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK
1932

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Orderly Books of the Fourth New York Regiment, 1778-1780: The Second New York Regiment, 1780-1783
Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page 1
  • The University of the State of New York 2
  • Table of Contents 3
  • Illustrations 4
  • Introduction 5
  • Samuel Tallmadge Orderly Books 27
  • Orderly Book I 27
  • Orderly Book II 65
  • Orderly Book III 129
  • Orderly Book IV 191
  • Orderly Book V 253
  • Orderly Bood VI 339
  • Orderly Book VII 427
  • Orderly Book XI 659
  • Journal of Samuel Tallmadge 739
  • John Barr's Diary 1779-1781 787
  • Orderly Book of the Fourth New York Regiment, July 31 867
  • Index 907
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