Halifax Garrison Orderly Book : 4 February 1801 - 5 October 1801.

Call Number: HIL-MICL FC LMR .G7A7H3O7
Category: Military
Creator: Great Britain. Army.
Description: 1 microfilm textual records () ; 35 mm

The volume is one of 94 volumes in the series, Headquarters Office Papers for Nova Scotia, which form the official record of regiments and corps of the British Army that served in the Nova Scotia Command from 1783 until 1907.

            The Halifax Garrison Orderly Book is a daily record of both the general orders and the garrison orders issued from Headquarters at Halifax for the period, 4 February 1801 - 5 October 1801. In this Orderly Book, information is recorded for the following regiments: Royal Artillery, Royal Fusiliers, Royal Newfoundland Fencibles, and the Loyal Surrey Rangers. The parole of the day and the officer of the day are always given. The general orders are often long and detailed. Garrison courts-martial, medical board appointments and meetings, garrison memoranda, promotions, appointments, and leaves of absence are recorded, along with reports of drills, reviews of troops, and numerous other activities that occurred during the daily activities of this large military establishment.            
Originals: The original records are held by the Nova Scotia Archives, formerly known as the Public Archives of Nova Scotia (PANS).
Archival Ref. No.: NSA (formerly PANS) MG 12 HQ No. 3B
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Part Of: This is part of a larger collection: Headquarters Office Papers for Nova Scotia, 326 volumes, NSA MG 12 HQ Series.
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