3 edition of Correspondence relating to the recruiting of troops for the Department of New England. found in the catalog.
Correspondence relating to the recruiting of troops for the Department of New England.
Massachusetts. Governor, 1861-1866 (John A. Andrew)
1862 in [Boston .
Written in English
Between the governor, John A. Andrew, and Benjamin F. Butler.
|Series||House [doc.], no. 18|
|Contributions||Butler, Benjamin F. 1818-1893.|
|LC Classifications||J87 .M4 1862g|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||86|
|LC Control Number||12030647|
The British Army came into being with the unification of the Kingdoms of England and Scotland into the Kingdom of Great Britain in The new British Army incorporated Regiments that had already existed in England and Army has traditionally relied on volunteer recruits, the only exceptions to this being during the latter part of the First World War until , and then again. NNR , March 6, WAR WITH MEXICO. FROM OUR ARMY--The schr. Harmonious, Walker brings Brazos, dates to New Orleans to the 18 th of Feb., and the steamer Cora., to the 19 th.. General Scott sailed on the 13 th; General Worth was still diligently occupied whenever weather permitted, in shipping and forwarding troops, munitions, and supplies towards Lobos.
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