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Report by Lieut. Butler (69th Regt.) of his journey from Fort Garry to Rocky Mountain House and back, during the winter of 1870-71

Sir William Francis Butler

Report by Lieut. Butler (69th Regt.) of his journey from Fort Garry to Rocky Mountain House and back, during the winter of 1870-71

by Sir William Francis Butler

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Published by s.n. in [S.l .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Northwest, Canadian -- Description and travel,
  • Saskatchewan -- Description and travel

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesCIHM/ICMH Microfiche series -- no. 30040
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination1 microfiche (28 fr.).
    Number of Pages28
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19495674M
    ISBN 100665300409

    Note: According to the report, this was an annual fixture that had also been played in previous years. It appears that a Reverend Thomas J. Baty resided at Worlabye House, Roehampton ; [2] and thus "Worlabye House" may well represent the same team as "Students of the Rev. Mr Inchbold and the Rev. Mr Baty" (faced in the season) and "Rev Captain: Robert Willis.   Report of Lieut. Edward B. Williston, Battery D, Second U. S. Artillery. CAMP IN THE FIELD, SIR: I have the honor to submit the following report of the part taken by this battery in the action on the south side of the Rappahannock between the 29th day of April and the 6th day of May,

      4. At A.M., received orders to land Marines and ship’s landing force. The Marines were landed first under command of Major Butler and the following officers: Lieut. H.W. Stone, Lieut. E.A. Ostermann, Lieut. A. A. Vandegrift. Attached hereto, marked “A”, is a list of the names of Marines landed. A Century with the Norfolk Naval Hospital, Holcomb— Military Preventive Medicine, Dunham— Nervous Indigestion, Alvarez—A Text-Book of Medicine, Cecil—Arterial Hypertension, Stieglitz—A System of Clinical Medicine, Savill —Diet in Disease, Harrop — Hypertension, Gager —Pernicious Anaemia, Davidson and Gulland —Gonococcal.

    The Morgan County Mounted Volunteer Militia, Capt A. J. Hart, were organized in February, , to look after the returning rebels. Results of Civil Strife. From the inception of the war to the passing away of its worst effects were a sad decade of years to all the people of Morgan County. Report of Activities at Engineer's Battle Dressing Station, during and immediately following action with enemy on 8 May by Lieut. J.F. Roach, (MC), U.S. Navy. During the battle, I was at my General Quarters Station which was Engineer's Battle Dressing Station located on the 3rd deck, port side frame


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Report by Lieut. Butler (69th Regt.) of his journey from Fort Garry to Rocky Mountain House and back, during the winter of 1870-71 by Sir William Francis Butler Download PDF EPUB FB2

Died in War of From a book called The Battle of Queenston Heights: Sheaffe's Official Account: 'Lieut.-Col. Thomas Butler first saw active service as a Lieutenant in the corps of Rangers commanded by his father, Colonel John Butler.

His service in the war was cut short by his death from disease in Dec., Burial: Butler's Burying Ground, Niagara-on-the. Butler’s book the Great Lone Land, This version is reprinted from microfilm held at the National Archives of Canada of the records of the Department of the Interior.

This particular March report to Archibald, the Lieut. Governor of Manitoba, proved to be important not only because of the direction it. Butler, W.F. (William Francis), Sir, Report by Lieut. Butler (69th Regt.) of his journey from Fort Garry to Rocky Mountain House and back, during the winter of [Place of publication not identified]: [publisher not identified], [?] (OCoLC) Material Type: Document, Internet resource: Document Type.

Butler’s report to Adams George Archibald appeared as Report by Lieut. Butler, (69th Regt.) of his journey from Fort Garry to Rocky Mountain House and back, during the winter of –71 ([Winnipeg, ]; an Ottawa edition was issued the same year), and as an appendix to The great lone land.

The report is alleged by the Dupree's to be in Dr. Brydon's own handwriting. It bears his signature at the end and is countersigned by Lieut. Wade. At the heading "Jalalabad Jany.

19th " is recorded. The report is written in General Sale's Letter Book, but is clearly not by his hand. [3]. Book/Printed Material The freedmen of Louisiana: final report of the Bureau of Free Labor, Department of the Gulf, to Major General E.R.S.

Canby, Image 23 of African American Pamphlet Collection copy 22 EXTRACT FROM REPORT OF LIEUT. BUTLER, ASST. SUPT. OF FREEDMEN, ALEXANDRIA, LA. Alexandria, La., J Report by Lieut. Butler (69th Regt.) of His Journey from Fort Garry to Rocky Mountain House Report by Lieut.

Butler book Back, During the Winter of [microform] by William Francis Butler. Benjamnin F. Butler. Butler’s Book: Autobiography and Personal Reminiscences of Major-General Benjamin Butler. Butler’s Book is published as a subscription book and to be sold by us only as such through our agents, and at prices appearing in our prospectus or on our circulars.

General Butler will report, as soon as he has his troops. This roster is based on two sources: the list of disbanded Rangers who settled at Niagara, reported by Lieutenant Colonel A. De Peyster inas printed in the Report on Canadian Archives, (Ottawa, Queen's Printer, ), pages ; and, the "old U.E.

List", which was published as "Appendix B" to The Centennial of the Settlement of. Detective Bill Butler, working the 4 p.m.-to-1 a.m.

shift with his partner, first hears the report of a missing boy over his police radio. “We were working another case, but we went right up. Project Gutenberg's Red Cloud, The Solitary Sioux, by William Francis Butler This eBook is for the use of anyone anywhere in the United States and most other parts of the world at no cost and with almost no restrictions whatsoever.

LIEUT.-COLONEL BUTLER, C.B. The scout’s report brought quickly to the standpoint some more of the braves. Report. [William Francis Butler, Sir] Book: All Authors / Contributors: William Francis Butler, Sir.

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His report to the lieut.-governor of Manitoba was printed as an appendix to that book, and was a most able paper. There was in fact a rare combination in Butler of the qualities needed for such work.

Tall, strong, and active, he was quick of observation and full of resource; genial, yet with much force of character, he was a ready writer, and. A reprint with additions, of the second London edition of a pamphlet published and edited by Israel Mauduit inentitled: "The letters of Governor Hutchinson, and Lieut.

Governor Oliver, &c. Printed at Boston. And remarks thereon. With the assembly's address, and the proceedings of the Lords committee of council. Together with the substance of Mr. Wedderburn's speech. Tales of Our Kinsfolk, Past and Present: The Story of Our Butler Ancestors from to Henry Langdon Butler.

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In this connection attention is invited to two cases entitled to special notice, and to which reference has heretofore been made, namely, the rescue of a wounded man on the firing line by First Lieut.

(now Capt.) Smedley D. Butler, at the risk of his life, he being wounded in so doing, and the gallantry of First Lieut. (now Capt.) Henry Leonard.

James Clement received his Commission to Lieutenant J - appointed by John Butler He served as a dispatch carrier and Lieut. during the War of He is listed in the Roll Book of Capt. 's company 1st Reg. Lincoln Militia, persons excused or incapacitated from military service as of Sept.

Expedition Along the Coasts of Georgia and East Florida, November- Lieut. Col. Oliver T. Beard Report of Lieut. Col. Oliver T. Beard, Forty-eighth New York Infantry, commanding expedition. BEAUFORT, S. C., Novem General: I have the honor to report that, as directed by you, I have tried a portion of the First South.nine volume publication, Report of the Adjutant General of the State of Illinois ().

(The ninth volume lists units of the Black Hawk, Mexican and Spanish-American Wars as well as the War of ) The histories, some written shortly after the war’s end, are the work of numerous authors throughout the intervening Size: 1MB.HEADQUARTERS U.S. MARINE CORPS, Washington, D.C., October 1, MARINES IN CHINA.

In my annual report for brief mention was made of the prominent part taken by the marine guard under command of Capt. J.T. Myers, U.S.M.C., in protecting the lives of those who were besieged in the legations in Pekin. At the time that report was made only meager cabled .