As the commander in chief has already ordered regiments in their exercise to make frequent changes of their positions and fronts, and to ... The changing the order of companies at times, inidrawing up thea#39; battalion, will make the soldiers ready in forming on general principles, ... Major-general Philips has endeavoured to explain the commander in chiefs pleasure, by fignifying how much his excellencyanbsp;...
|Title||:||A Supplement to the State of the Expedition from Canada, containing General Burgoyne's orders respecting the principal movements and operations of the army to the raising of the siege of Ticonderoga|
|Author||:||John BURGOYNE (Right Hon.)|