Orderly book

(Mil.) a book for every company, in which the general and regimental orders are recorded.

See also: Orderly

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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The book is organized into two sections: letters of Hector Maclean and Orderly Book of Detachment.
The author has written an orderly book, but the publishers have made it difficult to read in any way except straight through.
There is certainly a significant range of murders in this volume, but my final slight disappointment was that there is relatively little mayhem: the methodological and thematic choices made by the author made this, finally, a rather orderly book. MORAG SHIACH QUEEN MARY, UNIVERSITY OF LONDON
The author mentions that the orderly book of Captain Caleb Jones, which covered the period that the regiment was in Newtown before going to Florida, was found in an attic in Newtown in the 1800s.
Today, the members of the re-enacting group do not portray specific individuals, but are soldiers of varying ranks, using firsthand sources such as drill manuals, diaries of combat and orderly books, Mr.
She makes a decent living because she works long hours to keep her current customers happy and maintain orderly books. She needs to find a way to effectively build new business without compromising the quality of service to existing clients.
Right now I am slogging through the orderly books and officer's correspondence from and to Valley Forge during the winter of 1777-1778.
You will find what is perhaps the most comprehensive list of Loyalist regiments ever assembled, along with selected manuscript transcriptions including muster rolls, orderly books, courts martial, regimental papers, documents, letter and memorials.
Sources: Braddock, Edward, Major General Edward Braddock's Orderly Books from February 26 to June 17, 1755 from the Original Manuscripts.