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[Revolutionary War]. Archive of Muster Rolls and Pay Rolls for the First Canadian Regiment under the Command of Colonel James ...

2012 April 11-12 Historical Manuscripts Signature Auction - New York #6080

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Location: Ukrainian Institute of America at The Fletcher-Sinclair Mansion
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First Canadian regiment
[Revolutionary War]. Archive of Muster Rolls and Pay Rolls for the First Canadian Regiment under the Command of Colonel James Livingston spanning the years 1776 through 1780 and containing forty-three pay roll sheets and fifteen muster rolls. Additional documents include a "Proof of Effectives" signed by Colonel Livingston and a copy of Senate Bill S. 186.

Colonel James Livingston was born in Albany County, New York, on March 27, 1747. Little is known about his early life until 1765, when the family appears in Montreal, Canada. By 1770, James was practicing law in Chambly, near Montreal, before going into business with his father, John, and brother, Richard, as a wheat merchant.

In July, 1775, rumors began to circulate that the Americans, who had begun their rebellion, were planning to launch an invasion of Canada, intent on bringing it into the American fold. Major General Philip Shuyler, who was ordered to gather men for the proposed invasion, sent Major John Brown north to Canada to ascertain the willingness of the Americans in Canada to take up arms and support the American government in expelling the British. After meeting with Brown, Livingston raised a militia to support the Americans. Livingston's militia aided in the capture of Fort Chambly. Following the fall of Montreal, General Richard Montgomery appointed Livingston a colonel and tasked him with raising a regiment of Canadians to assist with an assault on Quebec City. In eight days, he gathered 200 men. The First Canadian Regiment received formal recognition from the Second Continental Congress on January 8, 1776, and was placed under the command of newly appointed General Benedict Arnold.

The regiment saw action at the failed American assault on Quebec and at the Battle of Trois-Rivières, where the regiment fled Canada to Fort Ticonderoga, New York. In August of 1777, they took part in the expedition to relieve Fort Stanwix and in September and October, participated in both Battles of Saratoga, and in 1778, the Battle of Rhode Island.

In 1780, Livingston was assigned to the command of the garrison at Verplanck's Point, at the head of Haverstraw Bay on the Hudson River, and was instrumental in the exposure of Benedict Arnold as a traitor. Arnold had grown disenfranchised with the American army and intended to turn over West Point to the British. The British sent Major John André, a British spy, to meet Arnold. Livingston became suspicious of the sloop HMS Vulture, which had anchored in bay and was to bring André back to New York City, and fired upon the ship, forcing it to retire southward. André was obliged to return to New York City by land and was subsequently captured with the information from Arnold, tried and hanged. Arnold was exposed and defected to the British.

In the last months of 1780, General Washington ordered a reorganization of the army, and the First Canadian Regiment was disbanded on January 1, 1781, with most of its members joining the Second Canadian Regiment. Colonel Livingston retired in 1781 to Johnstown, New York where he served in the New York State Assembly from 1783 until 1794. He died in November, 1832.

Pay Rolls
A total of forty-two, each pay roll sheet contains the names and ranks of each soldier, their wage per month, their amount of subsistence, "for what time" the soldier is receiving pay, the total amount of subsistence and wage. Some also contain an amount of debt owed and whether the soldier is listed as a casualty. Two later sheets, dated 1780, also contain the soldier's time of service.

Muster Rolls
Sixteen in all, each muster roll lists some or all of the following: personnel (officers and enlisted), by rank, of the company including their appointment date, duration of service, and casualties, and remarks. On the verso of each is found a "Proof of Effectives," being a roll call of personnel Present, Absent, and Total with a signed oath that the totals are correct.

Also, James Livingston "Proof of Effectives" Signed "Jas. Livingston Colo." One page, 8.25" x 8", "Camp at Peeks Hill," June 22, 1778. Countersigned by Brig. Gen. James Clinton. Listing Present, Absentees, and Totall [sic] with a signed oath that the totals are correct. Detached along center fold into 2 pieces. Uneven toning and heavily chipped edges.

Senate Bill S. 186. "A Bill to provide for the final settlement of the claims of the officers of the revolutionary army, and of the widows and orphan children of those who died in the service." Five printed pages attached in booklet form, 8" x 12", Washington D. C., February 6, 1854. The bill states that "Officers of the army of the revolution" shall receive half pay for life, without interest; those officers not already paid will receive their due pay, without interest; and that widows and orphan children of officers, either in the Continental Army or volunteer corps, who died in battle or from wounds received in battle will receive half pay, without interest. Smoothed folds, damage to the fore edge of pages. Scattered marginal notations in pencil. Also, an attached newspaper article, dated February 24, 1855, proclaiming the passage of a court claim bill through the House and Senate to set up "a permanent court for investigation of claims [pension claims] against the government."

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General Pay Abstract of Col. James Livingstons Battallion [sic] for August and September 1778. John D. P. Ten Eyck. Weakened folds separating at the edges. Moderate toning.

Pay Roll of the Late Capt. John Baptist Allens Company for August and September, 1778. One page, 10.75" x 15.5", n. p. Containing 17 names, officers and enlisted. Totaling £128. Weakened folds separating at places with some minor loss of paper. Text largely unaffected. Uneven toning.

Pay Role [sic] of Capt. Augustin Loscaux Company for October and November, 1778. Augustin Loscaux. Weakened folds separating at edges. Toned with light, scattered foxing.

Pay Roll of the Late Capt. Timothy Hughes Company for October and November, 1778. One page, 12.25" x 15.5", n. p. Containing 27 names, officers and enlisted. Totaling £184:10:8. Toned along the folds; few spots of foxing.

Pay Roll of Capt. Peter Van Rensselaers Company for the Month of December, 1778. One page, 12.5" x 15.75", n. p. Containing 32 names, officers and enlisted. Totaling £107.12.  Weakened folds separating at intersections with no loss of paper or text. Untrimmed edges. Light toning along the folds.

Pay Roll for the Late Capt Augustin Lascaux Company for the Month of December, 1778. One page, 7.75" x 12.75", n. p. Containing 31 names, officers and enlisted. Totaling £99:8. Weakened folds separating; detached along the central, horizontal fold obscuring the text. Four light circular stains. Untrimmed edges.

Pay Abstract of Col. James Livingstons Regiment for the Month of February, 1778. One page, 8.25" x 13", n. p. Separation of the folds at the edges. Light toning.

Pay Abstract of the Battalion.Commanded by James Livingston for the Month of February, 1778. One page, 8.25" x 13", n. p. Signed by James Livingston. Slight foxing.

Pay Roll of Capt. James Robichaux Company for the Month of February, 1778. One page, 8.5" x 22", n. p. Containing 40 men, officers and enlisted. Totaling £106:4. Signed by James Robichaux. Toned. Weakened folds, separating at the edges; top quarter detached along the vertical fold obscuring the text.

Pay Roll of Capt. Robert Wrights Company for the Month of March, 1778. One page, 8.75" x 15.75", n. p. Containing 28 men, officers and enlisted. Totaling £70:11:11. Signed by Robert Wright. Toned with scattered foxing. Chipped edges. Slight separation at edges of folds.

Pay Roll of Captain Augustin Lascaux Company for the Month of March, 1778. Augustin Loscaux. Moderate foxing along the left margin; toning. Chipped edges.

Pay Roll of Capt. Timothy Hughes Company for the Months of April and May, 1778. One page, 12" x 15.5", n. p. Containing 32 men, officers and enlisted. Totaling £175:05. Signed by Timothy Hughes. Separation at intersection of folds with no paper loss or loss of text. Toned with some foxing.

Pay Roll of Capt. Robert Wrights Company for the Months of April and May, 1778. One page, 12.25" x 15.5", n. p. Containing 27 men, officers and enlisted. Totaling £145. Signed by Robert Wright. Uneven, light toning. Slight separation beginning along fold edges.

Pay Roll of Capt. Abraham Livingstons Company for the Months of April and May, 1778. One page, 12.25" x 15.5", n. p. Containing 21 men, officers and enlisted. Totaling £121:16. Signed by Abraham Livingston. Ink is faded, but still legible. Light foxing and uneven toning. Weakened folds separating in the middle, but no loss of paper.

Pay Roll of Capt. Timothy Hughes Company for the Months of June and July, 1778. One page, 12" x 15.5", n. p. Containing 30 men, officers and enlisted. Totaling £208:10. Signed by Timothy Hughes. Toning along the folds with scattered foxing. Weakened folds with separation in places, especially along the central, horizontal fold, obscuring some text.

Pay Roll of Capt. Abraham Livingstons Company for the Months of June and July, 1778. One page, 12.5" x 15.25", n. p. Containing 21 men, officers and enlisted. Totaling £33:04. Signed by Abraham Livingston. Toned and foxed; slight separation along central fold.

Pay Roll of Capt. Robert Wrights Company for the months of June and July, 1778. One page, 13.25" x 16", n. p. Containing 28 men, officers and enlisted. Totaling £167:11:01. Signed by Robert Wright. Toned folds are weakened and separating, especially along the main horizontal fold.

Pay Roll of Capt. Peter Van Rensselaers Company for the Months of June and July, 1778. One page, 12.25" x 15", n. p. Containing 33 men, officers and enlisted. Totaling £217:10:9. Signed by Peter Van Rensselaers. Uneven toning; scattered foxing. Folds are weakened and separating with no loss of paper.

Pay Roll of Captain John D. P. Ten Eyck Company for the Months of August, September, and October, 1780. One page, 8" x 12.5", n. p. Containing 25 men, officers and enlisted. Totaling $650.22. Signed John D. P. Ten Eyck. One water drop has smudged the ink slightly, but does not obscure any text. Toned.

Pay Roll of Captain James Robichaux Company of Foot for August, September, and October, 1780. One page, 8" x 12.5", n. p. Containing 16 men, officers and enlisted. Totaling $550. Dampstaining along the right edge, not affecting the text.

Pay Roll of Captain James Robichaux Company James Robichaux. Moderately foxed.

Pay Roll of Captain Abraham Livingstons Company for the Month of January, 1779. One page, 8" x 12.75", n. p. Containing 14 men, officers and enlisted. Totaling £56:8. Signed by Abraham Livingston. Moderately foxed. Small hole along the top and bottom margin, not affecting the text.

Pay Roll of Company Number Four in the Battallion [sic] Commanded by Coll. James Livingston for the month of January, 1779. Francis Monty. Light to moderate foxing.

Pay Roll of Captain Robert Wrights Company for the Month of January, 1779.Robert Wright. Few foxing spots.

Pay Roll of the Eight Company in the Battalion for the Month of January, 1779. One page, 8" x 12.75", n. p. Containing 25 men, officers and enlisted. Totaling £79:12. Signed by John Blackley. Moderate toning and foxing.

General Pay Abstract of Col. James Livingstons Battallion [sic] for January 1779. John D. P. Ten Eyck and James Livingston. Scattered foxing.

Pay Roll of Company Number Four in the Battallion [sic] Commanded by Coll. James Livingston for the Months of February and March, 1779. Francis Monty. Toning along folds and moderate foxing.

Pay Roll of Capt. Peter Van Renyselaers Company for February & March, 1779. One page, 10.25" x 16.25", n. p. Containing 34 men, officers and enlisted. Totaling £184:12:8. Signed by Peter Van Rensselaer. Scattered foxing and weakened folds separating at the intersections with minor loss of paper, but not affecting the text.

Pay Roole [sic] of Captain Robert Wrights Company for April, 1779.

Pay Roll of Captain James Robichaux Company for the Month of April, 1779. One page, 9.25" x 15.5", n. p. Containing 33 men, officers and enlisted. Totaling £107-10-8. Signed by Isaac Nichols. Toning at the folds. Folds are weakened and separating in places at the edges with no loss of paper.

General Pay Abstract of Col. James Livingstons Batt.in [sic] for April, 1779. John D. P. Ten Eyck. Light toning.

Pay Roole [sic] of Company No. 8.for April, 1779.

Pay Roll of Captain James Robichaux Company for the Month of May, 1779. One page, 9.75" x 15.5" (width varies), n. p. Containing 30 men, officers and enlisted. Totaling £102:4. Signed by James Robichaux. Mild toning with a few foxing spots.

Pay Roll by the Fourth Company in the Battallion [sic] Commanded by Col. James Livingston.For May, 1779.Francis Monty. Smoothed folds.

General Pay Abstract of Col. James Livingstons Battallion [sic] for May, 1779.John D. P. Ten Eyck and James Livingston. Moderately toned, uneven right edge.

Pay Roll by the 2d. Company In the Battalion.Commanded by Col. James Livingston for June, 1779. One page, 11.75" x 10.5", n. p. Containing 21 men, officers and enlisted. Totaling £54:8. Signed by Francis Monty. A few foxing spots.

Pay Roll by the 2d. Company In the Battalion Commanded by Col. James Livingston.for July, 1779. One page, 8.5" x 10.5", n. p. Containing 21 men, officers and enlisted. Totaling £54:8. Signed by Francis Monty. A few foxing spots and light toning along the folds.

Pay Roll of Capt. Dirck Hansens Company for July, 1779. One page, 8.5" x 15", n. p. Containing 35 men, officers and enlisted. Totaling £107. Signed by Dirck Hansen. Toned along the left edge. Small stain at right edge.

Pay Role [sic] of Capt. James Robishox [sic] Comp.y for the Month of July, 1779.James Robichaux. Light scattered foxing with ink bleed through on the verso.

Pay Roll of Capt. Abraham Livingstons Company For July, 1779. One page, 12.5" x 15.25", n. p. Containing 38 men, officers and enlisted. Totaling £123:12. Signed by Abraham Livingston. Light toning along the folds.

Pay Roll of Captain Dirck Hansens Company For August, 1779. One page, 12.25" x 15.5", n. p. Containing 35 men, officers and enlisted. Totaling £596:26. Signed by Dirck Hansen. Lightly foxed.

Pay Abstract of Col. James Livingstons Regt for August, 1779. One page, 12.5" x 15.25", n. p. Containing 6 men, all officers. Totaling $3859.86 Signed by John D. P. Ten Eyck and James Livingston. Lightly foxed and toned.

Pay Roll of the First Company.for October, 1779. One page, 8" x 12.25", n. p. Containing 6 men, all officers. Totaling $422. Lightly foxed and toned.

Muster Roll of Captain Dirck Hansens Company in the Battalion of Forces in the Service of the Untied States of America Commanded by Colo. James Livingston. Two pages, 13" x 16.75", Fort Daton [Dayton], Albany [New York], December 19, 1777. Listing three officers, Dirck Hansen, Captain; William Wallace, 1st Lt.; Duncan Campbell, 2nd Lt. Also 4 Serjeants [sic], 1 Drummer, 21 Privates (four names are badly faded to the point of illegibility at the bottom), 3 Corporals, and 1 Fifer. Gives date, rank, whether they were appointed to the rank. In 2 columns. Verso: Roll call of the company listing Present, Absent, and Total and oath that the muster is correct. Beautifully penned. Detached along the folds into 6 separate pieces. Ink mirrored from storage. Uneven toning. Chipped edges.

Muster Roll of Capt. Dirich Hansons Company in the Battallion [sic] of Forces in the Service of the United States of America Commanded by James Livingston Esq. Two pages, 13" x 10.75", "Fish Hill", May 4, 1778. Listing three officers, Dirick Hansen, Captain; William Wallace, 1st Lt.; Duncan Campbell, 2nd Lt. Also 3 Sergents [sic], 1 Drummer, 17 Privates, 3 Corporals, and 1 Fifer. Gives the appointment date, rank, term of enlistment (duration), and remarks.  In two columns. Verso: Roll call of the company listing Present, Absent, and Total and oath that the muster is correct. Signed by James Livingston, "Jas. Livingston Colo." Uneven toning. Ink bleeding onto verso. Detached along the folds into 5 separate pieces. Chipped edges.

A Muster Roll of the Field Staff and Other Commissioned Officers in the Battalion of Forces in the Service of the United States Commanded by Col. James Livingston. Two pages, 8.25" x 15.75" (width varies), n. p., June 21, 1776. Listing all officers of the battalion and when they were appointed, names, ranks, and further remarks. Officers include: James Livingston as Colonel, Richard Livingston as Lt. Colonel, George C. Nicholson as Major, John Bateman as Adjutant, James Davidson, John D. P. Ten Eyck as Pay Master, Thomas Read as Surgeon, and Timothy Lamarque as Surgeon's Mate. Also lists each company and the captain, lieutenants, and ensigns of each. A total of 34 men in 8 companies. Heavily damaged along the right edge with lightly toned folds. Folds are weakened and separating at the edges with some loss of paper, but not affecting the text.

A Muster Roll of the Field Staff and Other Commissioned Officers in the Battalion of Forces in the Service of the United States Commanded by Col. James Livingston. For November & December, [17]80. Two pages, 7.5" x 12.5", n. p., December 24, 1780. Listing all officers of the battalion and their date of appointment, names, ranks, and further remarks. Officers include: James Livingston as Colonel, George C. Nicholson as Major, John D. P. Ten Eyck as Captain and Pay Master, and Thomas Read as Surgeon. Also lists each company and the captain and lieutenants of each. A total of 13 men in 5 companies. "Proof of Effectives" on the verso being a roll call of officers Present, Absent, and Total with a signed oath that the totals are correct by James Livingston. Evenly toned with weakened folds. Separation of folds at the edges with no loss of paper and not affecting the text. A few foxing spots are found.

Muster Roll of Captain Derick Hansons Company in the Battallion [sic] Commanded by Col. James Livingston. From December 18 to September 7, 1777. September 14, 1777. Listing all personnel (officers and enlisted), by rank, of the company including their appointment date, duration of service, and remarks. A total of 31 men. "Proof of Effectives" on the verso being a roll call of personnel Present, Absent, and Total with a signed oath that the totals are correct by Dirick Hansen and Brigadier General Ebenezer Learned. Weakened folds are separating along the folds causing near total detachment; some loss of paper and text. Text is heavily faded and difficult to read in places. Uneven toning and some foxing spots.

Muster Roll of Captain Robert Wrights Company in the Battalion Commanded by Colonel James Livingston. "Proof of Effectives" on the verso being a roll call of personnel Present, Absent, and Total with a signed oath that the totals are correct by James Livingston, Robert Wright, and Joseph Cone. Toned folds with some separation at the edges and intersections resulting in minimal loss of paper and text.

Muster Roll of Captain Robert Wrights Company in the Battalion Commanded by Colonel James Livingston.James Livingston, Robert Wright, and Joseph Cone. Moderate toning along the folds. Some ink bleed through to the recto. Chipped edges. Some separation of the main horizontal fold at the right edge.

Muster Roll of Captain Dirck Hansens Company in the Battalion Commanded by Colonel James Livingston.Dirck Hansen and Richard Varick. Toned with some foxing spots. Weakened folds are separating along right vertical fold and at fold intersections. Some loss of paper, but no loss of text.

Muster Roll of the Late Captain John Bt. Allins Company in the Battalion Commanded by Col. Jas. Livingston. Francois Monty, Andrew Pepin. Heavy separation along horizontal folds with minor paper loss at intersections, but text remains intact. Light foxing. Chipped edges.

Muster Roll of Captain Timothy Hughes Company in the Battalion Commanded by Col. James Livingston.Timothy Hughes, Brigadier General Ebenezer Learned, Thomas Nicholson, John Blackley, and John Gates. Heavily toned. Fold separation has resulted in detachment of two pieces, minimal loss of paper and text. Staining near bottom right obscures the text slightly. Light dampstaining along the bottom edge not affecting the text. Text remains bold and bright.

Muster Roll of Captain Dirck Hansens Company in the Battalion.Commanded by Col. James Livingston.James Livingston and William Belknap. Moderate to heavy toning along the folds which are weakened and separating; minor paper loss at the intersection of the folds. Scattered foxing.

Muster Roll of Captain John Baptist Allens Company in the Battalion Commanded by Col. James Livingston. June 28, 1778. Listing all personnel (officers and enlisted), by rank, of the company including their appointment date, duration of service, and remarks. A total of 18 men. "Proof of Effectives" on the verso being a roll call of personnel Present, Absent, and Total with a signed oath that the totals are correct by Brigadier General James Clinton, Jean Baptiste Allin, and Francois Monty. Moderate toning along the folds with light foxing. Weakened folds separating in places, especially at the intersections resulting in some loss of paper, but not affecting the text.

Muster Roll of Captain Peter Van Rensselears Company in the Battalion Commanded by Col. James Livingston. September 7, 1777. The right half of the roll is missing resulting in significant loss of text. Listing all personnel (officers and enlisted), by rank, of the company including their appointment date, duration of service, and remarks. A total of 21 men. "Proof of Effectives" on the verso being a roll call of personnel Present, Absent, and Total with a signed oath that the totals are correct by Peter Van Rensselaer and Peter J. Vasburgh. Bottom right corner is torn away and edges are chipped. Moderately foxed. Folds weak.

Muster Roll of Captain Augustin Leseaux Company in the Battalion Commanded by Col. James Livingston. September 7, 1777. The right half of the roll is missing resulting in significant loss of text. Listing all personnel (officers and enlisted), by rank, of the company including their appointment date, duration of service, and remarks. A total of 44 men. "Proof of Effectives" on the verso being a roll call of personnel Present, Absent, and Total with a signed oath that the totals are correct by Augustin Leseaux and Brigadier General Ebenezer Learned. Toned with mild foxing. Vertical folds separating from the bottom edge to main horizontal fold. No significant loss of paper or text. Text is faded, but still legible. Some ink bleed through from verso.

Muster Roll of Captain Robert Wrights Company in the Regiment of Forces of the United States of America, raised in the States of New York & Commanded by Colonel James Livingston, Engaged agreeable to the Resolutions of the Honorable the Continental Congress of the 16th September & 12th November 1776 Dated in Albany March 1777. Two pages, 13" x 16.5", Albany, March, 1777. Listing all personnel (officers and enlisted), by rank, of the company including their appointment date, duration of service, and casualties. A total of 38 men. States on the bottom: "Allowing fifteen Privates Deserted to Pass unrespited for the Intermediate times set opposite to their respective names, they Being Certified Effectives on the Back of this Roll." "Proof of Effectives" on the verso being a roll call of personnel Present, Absent, and Total with an oath that the totals are correct. Unsigned. Fire damage on left and right edge obscuring some of the text. Small hole at the intersection of the lowest horizontal fold and central vertical fold not affecting the text.

 

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