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Officers

Three mounted officers 1734

68 CE: Cerealius, one of Vespasian's officers, attacks Hebron and slays all the inhabitants. 69 CE: The emperor Otho, having been defeated by the troops of Vitellius, commits suicide in Rome.

70 CE: Titus holds a war council with his officers. He decides to blockade Jerusalem by building a wall around the entire city, with every exit blocked and guarded. The wall, 4 1/2 miles long, is completed in only three days.

Compton, William. Dover. To Officers of his Majesty's Ordnance

Compton, William. Dover. To Officers of his Majesty's Ordnance

Cornwallis, Stephen

Cornwallis, Stephen

Robertson, James. To [General Riedesel]

Robertson, James. To [General Riedesel]

Ligonier, W. Office of Ordnance. To Mr. Plumptre

Sunday Evening. Cornwallis, Lord. Tyrrell's Pass. To Blaquière

Ligonier, W. Office of Ordnance. To Mr. Plumptre

Auchmuty, John

Auchmuty, John

Sunday Evening. Cornwallis, Lord. Tyrrell's Pass. To Blaquière

Bowen, John, et. al. Fort Amherst

Amherst, Jeffrey. To Henry Glen

Hamilton, Otho

Hamilton, Otho

Amherst, Jeffrey. To Henry Glen

Bowen, John, et. al. Fort Amherst

Whitmore, Edward. Louisbourg

Leake, Robert and Amherst, Jeffrey. Camp at Oswego

Leake, Robert and Amherst, Jeffrey. Camp at Oswego

Whitehall Treasury. To M. Baker, et. al

Amherst, Jeffrey. Schenectady. To Colonel Bradstreet

Mortier, Abraham. New York

Ormsby, Arthur

Spring, William. Louisbourg

Whitmore, Edward

Washington taking leave of his officers

Whitmore, Edward

Ormsby, Arthur

Mortier, Abraham. New York

Whitmore, Edward. Louisbourg

Amherst, Jeffrey. Schenectady. To Colonel Bradstreet

Spring, William. Louisbourg

Whitehall Treasury. To M. Baker, et. al

Sternigen, von. Irvinghausen

Sternigen, von. Irvinghausen

Cresset, James

Cresset, James

Hodgson, Studholme. To Charles Bembridge

Bradstreet, John. Albany. To Henry Glen

Hodgson, Studholme. To Charles Bembridge

Bradstreet, John. Albany. To Henry Glen

Craufurd, John. To Charles Bimbridge

Cresset, James. Comptroller's Office. To Your Lordships

Cresset, James. Comptroller's Office. To Your Lordships

Craufurd, John. To Charles Bimbridge

Abercromby, James

Fraser, George

Fraser, George

Abercromby, James

Robinson, Bev. New York. To Colonel John Bradstreet

Robinson, Bev. New York. To Colonel John Bradstreet

Gage, Thomas. New York. To Sir William Johnson

Burton, Ralph. Montreal. To John Powell

Burton, Ralph. Montreal. To John Powell

Brown, Capt. John

Falconer, Thomas. Quebec

Cochrane, Gavin. New York

Falconer, Thomas. Quebec

Bayard, Robert

Cochrane, Gavin. New York

Brown, Capt. John

Bayard, Robert

Gage, Thomas. New York. To Sir William Johnson

Vaughan, John

Cary, L.F.

Gage, Thomas. To Abraham Mortier

Graeme, David

Campbell, John

Stobo, Robert. Montreal

Graeme, David

Campbell, John

Jones, Nat. Quebec

Phillips, Ralph. Charlestown, S.C

Stobo, Robert. Montreal

Cary, L.F.

Hale, John

Gage, Thomas. To Abraham Mortier

Phillips, Ralph. Charlestown, S.C

Johnstone, George. Pensacola. To Lord Commissioners of his Majesty's Treasury

Jones, Nat. Quebec

Vaughan, John

Hale, John

Johnstone, George. Pensacola. To Lord Commissioners of his Majesty's Treasury

Wilkins, John

Murray, William. Fort Pitt

Cadogan. To William Wilson

Cadogan. To William Wilson

Schlösser, J

Murray, William. Fort Pitt

Wilkins, John

Reid, Lt. Col. John. New York

Reid, Lt. Col. John. New York

Schlösser, J

Pallisser, Hugh. London. To Duke of Grafton

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