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At a general court martial, of which Major General Henry Dearborn was president

Wilkinson, James

At a general court martial, of which Major General Henry Dearborn was president

convened at Utica, in the state of New York, on the 3d day of January, 1815 ... Major General James Wilkinson was tried on the following charges ..

by Wilkinson, James

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Published by s.n. in [United States .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Wilkinson, James, -- 1757-1825,
  • Charges and specifications (Courts-martial) -- New York (State) -- Utica

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesEarly American imprints -- no. 33890
    ContributionsDearborn, Henry, 1751-1829
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination12 p
    Number of Pages12
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15054267M

    This Dearborn, Michigan hotel is adjacent to Fairlane Town Center Mall and miles from the Henry Ford Museum. It features a restaurant and spacious rooms with a inch flat-screen TV/10(85). Henry Dearborn. Henry Dearborn () of New Hampshire was an an American army officer and statesman. He fought in the Revolutionary War and the War of , attaining the rank of senior Major General in the U.S. Army. Dearborn was U.S. Congressman from Massachusetts, ; U.S. Secretary of War, ; and U.S. minister to.

    Brig. Gen. Henry L. "Hank" Taylor is Vice Director for Logistics, the Joint Staff, Washington, D.C. In this capacity, General Taylor assists the Director for Logistics in developing logistics policy and providing advice to the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs. Early life and education. Slovik was born in Detroit, Michigan, in to a Polish-American family, the son of Anna and Josef Slowikowski. As a minor, he was a troublemaker and had contact with the police frequently. Slovik was first arrested at 12 years old when he and some friends broke into a foundry to steal brass. Between and , he was arrested several times for Battles/wars: World War II.

    Awake refreshed from an upscale stay at The Henry, Autograph Collection. Our art-inspired hotel rooms and suites offer plush beds and free Wi-Fi in Dearborn, on: Fairlane Plaza, Town Center Drive. major general henry dearborn - document signed 11/30/ - hfsid HENRY DEARBORN. Partly Printed DS: "H. Dearborn/Collector", Port of Boston, 1p, 6¾x8¼.


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Be the first. Henry Dearborn, (born Feb. 23,Hampton, N.H. [U.S.]—died June 6,Roxbury, Mass., U.S.), U.S. army officer, congressman, and secretary of war for whom Ft. Dearborn—whose site is located in what is now the heart of Chicago—was named.

He abandoned the practice of medicine to fight in the American Revolution, fought at the Battle of Bunker Hill, and was.

Cohen, M.L. Bib. of early Amer. law. This banner text can have markup. The 28 page imprint is a direct reaction to Hull's own writings, including "Defence of Brigadier General W.

Hull: delivered before the General Court Martial, of which Major General Dearborn was president, at Albany, March,with an address to the citizens of the United States", published in William Hull (J – Novem ) was an American soldier and politician.

He fought in the American Revolutionary War and was appointed as Governor of Michigan Territory (–13), gaining large land cessions from several American Indian tribes under the Treaty of Detroit ().

He is most widely remembered, however, as the general in the War of Succeeded by: Lewis Cass. Defence of Brigadier General W. Hull: delivered before the general court martial, of which Major General Dearborn was president, at Albany, March with an address to the citizens of the United States Item Preview remove-circle Share or Embed This Item.

Dearborn County, Indiana, Dearborn, Michigan and Dearborn, Missouri were also named for him, as was Fort Dearborn in Chicago, which in turn was the namesake for Dearborn Street, a major street in downtown Chicago.

His son. But Dearborn’s military career was just beginning. Following the Revolutionary War, Dearborn settled in Maine and was made brigadier general of the militia inand a major general in This military service increased his public profile, and he was elected to the House of Representatives for two terms, from to Major General Henry Dearborn (Major General) Dearborn, - Henry Dearborn (Major General) Dearborn New Hampshire Massachusetts Henry Dearborn (Major General) Dearborn was born on month dayat birth place, New Hampshire, to Simon (4) Dearborn and Sarah Dearborn (born Marston).

At a general court martial, of which Major General Henry Dearborn was president convened at Utica, in the state of New York, on the 3d day of January, Major General James Wilkinson was tried on the following charges by: Wilkinson, James, The President of the Court was Major General Henry Dearborn, and the special Judge Advocate was Martin van Buren, later President of the United States.

There is a signature on the title page somewhat reminiscent of Van Buren's during this period, appearing to read "M.v.B [illegible]". Born in the New Hampshire Colony to one of the oldest families in New England, Henry Dearborn grew up privileged, well-educated and was beginning a career as a doctor when the Thirteen Colonies declared independence from Great Britain.

A firm Patriot, Dearborn helped form his own local militia after Lexington and Concord, and marched his command all the way to. HENRY DEARBORN was born in Hampton, New Hampshire, on 23 February ; studied medicine under Dr.

Hall Jackson at Portsmouth; married Mary Bartlett, ; entered practice as a physician in ; was elected captain of a military company; participated in the battle of Bunker (Breed's) Hill, served under Benedict Arnold in the Quebec expedition and was captured.

General James Wilkinson, commanding general of the U. Army, was known as Spanish Agent #13 in the Spanish records, which reveal Wilkinson.

JOURNAL OF LIEUT.-COL. HENRY DEARBORN. HENRY DEARBORN, Lieutenant Colonel commanding the Third New Hampshire (Scammel's) Regiment. The following sketch is by Gen l John S. Clark, Auburn, N. Y.: Colonel Dearborn was born in Hampton, N. H., in March, File Size: 3MB.

Henry Dearborn () of New Hampshire was an an American army officer and statesman. He fought in the Revolutionary War and the War ofattaining the rank of senior Major General in the U.S. Army. Dearborn was U.S.

Congressman from Massachusetts, ; U.S. Secretary of War, ; and U.S. minister to Portugal, Browsing subject area: United States -- History -- Revolution, -- Prisoners and prisons (Exclude extended shelves) You can also browse an alphabetical list from this subject or from: United States -- History -- Revolution, -- Prisoners and prisons.

General of the Army George Catlett Marshall Jr. (Decem – Octo ) was an American soldier and statesman. He rose through the United States Army to become Chief of Staff under presidents Franklin D. Roosevelt and Harry S. Truman, then served as Secretary of State and Secretary of Defense under Truman.

Winston Churchill lauded Marshall as the Education: Virginia Military Institute (BS). Title [The court martial of Major General Fitz-John Porter] Contributor Names Waud, Alfred R.

(Alfred Rudolph),artist. Dearborn's request for a court of inquiry went unheeded, but he was given command of New York City and was later appointed president of the court martial which tried and condemned Gen. Hull -- a most improper appointment, since Dearborn's .â oeHenry Dearborn, served as an office in the American Revolution from April,until the reduction of the New Hampshire line on March 1, He fought at Bunker Hill and marched on the expedition to Quebec.

He was active in the Burgoyne campaign, and.Henry Dearborn wrote and signed these general orders regarding the purchase of rations for Colonel Henry Burbeck inone year before he was named President Thomas Jefferson's Secretary of War. This letter is from the papers of Burbeck, a veteran of key Revolutionary War battles.

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