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Vol. XXXIII No. 1 (Spring 2003)

  • Spectacles, 1760-1783; Alan McBrayer, p.2
  • Taking a Look at 18th Century Spectacles; Ian Anderson, p.12
  • Revolutionary War Sergeant’s Sash; Paul Ackermann, p.20
  • RUN AWAY from the SUBSCRIBER (newspaper ads describing people) p.24
  • Reviews of Book (Great Commanders: General Greene), p.26
  • Notes and Queries (tent pins, Huzza, use of old tents) p.27Vol. XXXIII No. 2 (Summer 2003)
  • “39 lashes on his naked back…” Military Justice in Revolutionary War Armies – Part I: The Articles of War; John K. Robertson, p.2
  • Recent Journal Articles, p.7
  • British Triangular Musket Tools in the Archaeological Collection of Saratoga National Historical Park; Eric H. Schnitzer, p.8
  • Greatcoats of Runaways Advertised in Rhode Island and Pennsylvania; Paul Dickfoss, p.12
  • Greatcoats in the Virginia Gazette, 1770-1777; p.19
  • Lessons from a Camp Kitchen; Norm Fuss, p.20
  • A Regiment Looks After It’s Own; Todd W. Braisted, p.21
  • RUN AWAY from the SUBSCRIBER (newspaper ads describing people) p.22
  • Notes and Queries (spectacle lenses, linen wallet, British canteens) p.24Vol. XXXIII No. 3 (Autumn 2003)
  • French Firelocks in American Service: Markings on Continental Muskets; Bob McDonald, p.2
  • Recent Journal Articles, p.8
  • “short brown hair” “long hair” “his own black Hair tied” Hair Styles of Male Runaways Advertised in Rhode Island; Paul Dickfoss, p.9
  • Fieldwork: “Half face to the right”: A Fresh Look at Priming and Loading; Peter R.W. Schaaphok, p.20
  • “39 lashes on his naked back…” Military Justice in Revolutionary War Armies – Part II: The Articles of War, continued; John K. Robertson, p.23
  • Reviews of Books (Fanning’s Narrative: The Memoirs of Nathaniel Fanning, An Officer of the American Navy 1778-1783; “Their Distress is Almost Intolerable” – The Elias Boudinot Letterbook, 1777-1778) p.27
  • RUN AWAY from the SUBSCRIBER (newspaper ads describing people) p.28Vol. XXXIII No. 4 (Winter 2003)
  • Theoretical Examination of the Effectiveness of 18th Century Musketry; Norman Fuss, p.2
  • Black Crepe Mourning Worn by British Officers, c.1775-1795; Eric H. Schnitzer, p.12
  • Costs of Fifes, Drums and Halberds for the Virginia Militia; Bart Reynolds, p.15
  • “39 lashes on his naked back…” Military Justice in Revolutionary War Armies – Part III: The Articles of War, continued; John K. Robertson, p.17
  • RUN AWAY from the SUBSCRIBER (newspaper ads describing people) p.22
  • Recent Journal Articles, p.11
  • Reviews of Books (Writing from the Valley Forge Encampment of the Continental Army, December 19, 1777 – June 19, 1778 – Vols 3 & 4) p.23
  • Notes & Queries (greatcoats, raincoats, wigs, linen wallets) p.24Vol. XXXIV No. 1 (Spring 2004)
  • Theoretical Examination of the Effectiveness of 18th Century Musketry – Part 2; Norman Fuss, p.2
  • Fidelity, Perseverance and Good Sense – The Amazing Tale of Sergeant Daniel Bissell and the Military Order of Merit; Todd W. Braisted, p.8″Do you want my Cherries Today?”; Paul Dickfoss, p.5
  • “39 lashes on his naked back…” Military Justice in Revolutionary War Armies – Part IV: Courts Martial; John K. Robertson, p.12
  • Recent Journal Articles, p.21
  • Reviews of Books (They Behaved Like Soldiers: Captain John Chilton and the Third Virginia Regiment 1775-1778; British Army Officers Who Served in the American Revolution; Hesse-Hanau Order Books, a Diary, and Rosters…) p.23
  • Notes & Queries (musket markings; tent pins) p.24Vol. XXXIV No. 2 (Summer 2004)
  • “white Flannel Shirt” “striped Linen Shirt” “tow cloth Shirt”: Shirts of Runaways Advertised in Rhode Island; Paul Dickfoss, p.2
  • Blacks Who Served in Butler’s Rangers; William A. Smy, p.9
  • Recent Journal Articles, p.11
  • “39 lashes on his naked back…” Military Justice in Revolutionary War Armies – Part V: Courts Martial, continued; John K. Robertson, p.12
  • Notes on German Army Women; p.20
  • RUN AWAY from the SUBSCRIBER (newspaper ads describing people) p.21
  • Reviews of Books (Masquerade: The Life and Times of Deborah Sampson…; Campaign 135: Monmouth Courthouse; “The Most Advantageous Situation in the Highlands”: an Archeological Study of Fort Montgomery State Historic Site) p.24Vol. XXXIV No. 3 (Autumn 2004)
  • Orderly Book of Captain Marshall’s Company, 10th Massachusetts Regiment: June 15th to September 3rd 1781; Mark Hilliard, p.2
  • Notes on Captain Marshall’s Company During the Period Covered by the Transcription; Henry Cooke IV, p.6
  • Analysis of Apron Construction in “Instructions for cutting out apparel for the Poor…”, 1789; Rebecca Fifield, p.13
  • “39 lashes on his naked back…” Military Justice in Revolutionary War Armies – Part VI: Enlisted Men’s Punishments; John K. Robertson, p.16
  • RUN AWAY from the SUBSCRIBER (newspaper ads describing people) p.29
  • Reviews of Books: (The Marketplace of Revolution: How Consumer Politics Shaped American Independence; The Enterprise in Contemplation: The Midnight Assault of Stony Point), p.31Vol. XXXIV No. 4 (Winter 2004)
  • From Parade Ground to Campaign: the Inventories of Ensign William Johnson, 29th Regiment of Foot, 1776 and 1777; Eric H. Schnitzer, p.2
  • 1771 Pattern British Light Infantry Waistcoat; Justin Clement, p.6
  • Provisions for the General’s Table: Goods Purchased by Sir Henry Clinton for the 1780 Siege of Charleston; Todd Braisted, p.9
  • Domestic Disputes: Public Announcements of Private Affairs, p.11
  • “39 lashes on his naked back…” Military Justice in Revolutionary War Armies – Part VII: Punishments for other than Enlisted Men; John K. Robertson, p.12
  • RUN AWAY from the SUBSCRIBER (newspaper ads describing people) p.23
  • Review of Books: (An Officer of Very Extraordinary Merit: Charles Porterfield and the American War for Independence, 1775-1780; Washington’s Crossing; Landon Carter’s Uneasy Kingdom: Revolution and Rebellion on a Virginia Plantation; Sentimental Murder: Love and Madness in the Eighteenth Century) p.25
  • Notes & Queries (linen wallets, captured British arms), p.28