2 edition of Some account of the British army, under the command of General Howe found in the catalog.
Some account of the British army, under the command of General Howe
Includes a preliminary sketch by John S. Bowen and John Smith Futhey.
|Series||Bulletin of the Historical Society [of Pennsylvania], v. 1, no. 7|
|Contributions||Futhey, J. Smith., Bowen, John S., Marian S. Carson Collection (Library of Congress)|
|LC Classifications||F146 .P83 vol. 1, no. 7|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ii, 33 p.|
|Number of Pages||33|
|LC Control Number||02026831|
When I was a kid I used to walk to school on a street that had a sign marking it as "Retreat Route, George Washington and Continental Army, " To Washington's credit, they took back New Jersey, probably because the British didn't want it, . Charles Stedman, the British historian who was an officer in Howe’s army, says with dry sarcasm: “General Howe appeared to have calculated with the greatest accuracy the exact time necessary for the enemy to make his escape.” Washington had collected every available boat for seventy miles along the river, and drawn them to the other side.
British account of the attack on Danbury and Ridgefield, followed by an American Newspaper account. The following is Gaine's account of this affair [Gaine's had the New York Gazette and the Weekly Mercury]:—"In consequence of information received of the rebels having collected large magazines at Danbury, in Connecticut, a detachment of two hundred and fifty men from. General William Howe is named the interim commander in chief of the British army in America on October 1 , replacing Lieutenant General Thomas Gage. .
Slow but steady recruiting raised his army by March to a level where it could begin to apply pressure on General Howe in Boston. British evacuation of the town on 17 March gave the Commander in Chief his first victory. By contrast, defeat marked the American military effort in Canada during the first half of A list of the general and staff officers, and of the officers in the several regiments serving in North-America, under the command of His Excellency General Sir William Howe, K.B. With the dates of their commissions as they rank in each corps and in the army. Published: ().
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Includes map (44 x 46 cm., folded to 22 cm.): Plan of the battle of Brandwine. Some account of the British army, under the command of General Howe ; and of the battle of Brandywine, on the memorable September 11th,and the adventures of that day.
Some account of the British army, under the command of General Howe, and of the Some account of the British army of Brandywine, on the memorable September 11th,and the adventures of that day, which came to the knowledge and observation of Joseph Townsend.
Accompanied by a notice of the life of Joseph Townsend, and an historical sketch of the battle, &c., &c. William Howe, 5th Viscount Howe, KB, PC (10 August – 12 July ) was a British Army officer who rose to become Commander-in-Chief of British land forces in the Colonies during the American War of was one of three brothers who had distinguished military careers.
In historiography of the American war he is usually referred to as Sir William Howe to distinguish his Political party: Whig. The British Army is the principal land warfare force of the United Kingdom, a part of British Armed ofthe British Army comprises just o trained regular (full-time) personnel and just o trained reserve (part-time) personnel.
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General Sir William Howe was a central figure during the early years of the American Revolution () when he served as commander of British forces in North America. A distinguished veteran of the French and Indian War, he took part in many of the conflict's campaigns in the years after the war, Howe and his brother, Admiral Richard Howe, were sympathetic to the concerns of the.
From New York, the British army under the command of General Howe attacked up and down the East Coast, taking control of Philadelphia on Septem Meanwhile, back in June, British General John Burgoyne left Quebec with the goal of cutting off New England from the rest of the colonies.
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A CONTEMPORARY BRITISH ACCOUNT OF GENERAL SIR WILLIAM HOWE'S MILITARY OPERATIONS IN CONTKIBtTTED BY ROBERT FRANCIS SBYBOLT p "Journal of the proceedings of the Army-•- under the command of Sir W" Howe in the year " deserves a place among the documentary B.
The Pictorial Field-Book of the Revolution (2 vols. Y., ), I, The Men Who Lost America is a rare history of the American Revolution, one which follows not the revolutionaries, but their opponents: the British leadership of the late 18th century.
Although largely till a military history, it offers a greater survey of the war than most, covering the European battles for power in the Caribbean and South America/5. General Sir William Howe's Orderly Book: At Charlestown, Boston and Halifax, J to26 May; to which is Added the Official Abridgment of General Howe's Correspondence with the English Government During the Siege of Boston, and Some Military Returns, and Now First Printed from the Original Manuscripts; with an Historical Introduction.
There on SeptemHowe executed a flanking movement not dissimilar to that employed on Long Island and again defeated Washington. The American commander had disposed his army in two main parts, one directly opposite Chad's Ford under his personal command and the other under General Sullivan guarding the right flank upstream.
Get this from a library. State of the troops, British and German, under the command of General Sir William Howe, encamped at Philadelphia, Dec. 14, [J Paterson; Great Britain. Army.]. Sir Henry Clinton followed General Howe as the commander of the British forces.
This occurred in Clinton became known for his planning and executions. General Howe, a student of General Wolfe in the French and Indian Wars in America, instructed divisions to form two ranks (not three as the standard in Europe) and fire by company, depending on the leadership qualities exerted by company captains and lieutenants.
British Army Command. The army was lead by a commander-in-chief. Some officers refused to take command positions, some did their best to avoid the duty, and yet others, for whatever their reasons, took the assignments. General William Howe was the British Commander in the colonies from Lexington and Concord through the first two years of the war/5(3).
Admiral of the Fleet Richard Howe, 1st Earl Howe, KG (8 March – 5 August ) was a British naval officer. After serving throughout the War of the Austrian Succession, he gained a reputation for his role in amphibious operations against the French coast as part of Britain's policy of naval descents during the Seven Years' also took part, as a naval captain, in the decisive Buried: St Andrew's Church, Langar, Nottinghamshire.
Removed from command by pressure of the Georgian and South Carolinian politicians, Howe remained with the army until his successor, Benjamin Lincoln, arrived. The British invaded Georgia and moved to capture Savannah, forcing Howe to act in preparing : Jeff Dacus. The first major work on this enigmatic British general for more than 40 years, William Howe and the American War of Independence offers fascinating new insights into his performance during the revolution in America.
From toHowe commanded the largest expeditionary force Britain had ever amassed, confronting the rebel army under George Washington and enjoying a string of. Robert Howe ( – Decem ) was a Continental Army general from North Carolina during the American Revolutionary descendant of a prominent family in North Carolina, Howe was one of five generals, and the only major general, in the Continental Army from that state.
He also played a role in the colonial and state governments of North Carolina, serving in the legislative. Genral Howe was a British General who had commanding control over Philidelphia during during the rvolutionary war. Later in the year his job as commanding General was taken by another British.
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