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Resolved, That major-general Lee be appointed to take the command of the
continental forces in the southern department. The Congress proceeded to the
election of six brigadier-generals, and the ballots being delivered in and
examined, the ...
Resolved, That a copy of the letter from the commissioners be sent to general
Washington ; That brigadier-general Wooster be directed immediately to repair to
headquarters at New-York: . That the letters received and read, be referred to a ...
The committee, to whom was referred, the cartel between brigadier-general
Arnold and captain Foster, for the exchange of prisoners, and the several papers
relating thereto, brought in their report, which was read: Ordered, To lie on the
That Mr. M*Donald, having a commission of brigadier-general from governor
Martin, be not exchanged for any officer under the rank of brigadier-general in the
service either of the United States or of any one of them: That it be recommended
Joseph, fifth brigadier-general, 87. promoted, 437. Spies, proceedings of
Congress respecting, 365, 374, 379, 385, 426,450. Spotswood Alexander, major,
263. promoted, 336, 440, Stadler John, engineer, 301. Stephen Adam, colonel,
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