By His Excellency John Burgoyne, Esquire, lieutenant-general of His Majesty's forces in America, colonel of the Queen's Regiment of Light Dragoons, governor of Fort-William, in North-Britain, one of the representatives of the Commons of Great-Britain in Parliment, and commanding an army and fleet in an expedition from Canada, &c &c. &c. The forces entrusted to my command are designed to work in concert and upon a common principle with the numerous armies and fleets which already display, in ever
Great Britain. Army
[Newport, R.I.? : Printed by John Howe?, 1777]
State of New-Hampshire. In the House of Representatives, June 7th, 1777. Voted, that all military officers of those towns and places, who are delinquent, in raising their quota of men for the Continental Army, be directed forthwith to furnish the same, either by inlistment, or by draught from the militia, and forward them immediately to the army at Ticonderoga. ..
New Hampshire. House of Representatives
[Exeter, N.H.? : s.n., 1777]