The Constitution and Register of Membership of the General Society of the War of 1812

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General Society, 1895
 

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Side 179 - That the distinctive badges adopted by military societies of men who served in the armies and navies of the United States in the war of the Revolution, the war of eighteen hundred and twelve, the Mexican war, and the war of the rebellion, respectively, may be worn upon all occasions of ceremony by officers and enlisted men of the Army and Navy of the United States who are members of said organizations in their own right.
Side 179 - ... who served in the armies and navies of the United States in the War of the Revolution, the War of 1812, the Mexican War, and the War of the Rebellion, respectively, may be worn upon all occasions of ceremony by officers and enlisted men of the army and navy of the United States who are members of said organizations in their own right Approved, September 25, 1890.
Side 5 - In the Providence of God, victory having crowned the forces of the United States of America, in upholding the principles of the nation against Great Britain in the conflict known as the War of 1812 ; we, the survivors and descendants of those who participated in that contest, have joined together to perpetuate its memories and victories, to collect and secure for preservation, rolls, records, books and other documents relating to that period ; to encourage research and publication of historical data,...
Side 179 - That the distinctive badges adopted by Military Societies of men who served in the armies and navies of the United States in the war of the Revolution, the war of eighteen hundred and twelve, the Mexican war, and the war of the rebellion respectively...
Side 180 - occasions of ceremony, " in the resolution, will include all musters, reviews, inspections, parades, and other occasions on which officers and men are required to appear in full-dress uniform. The badges are to be worn on the left breast of the coat, the tops of the ribbons forming a horizontal line, the outer end of which shall be from two to four inches (according to the height of the wearer) below the upper line of the shoulder. The ribbons are to be suspended from a bar of metal passed through...
Side 179 - Joint resolution, granting permission to officers and enlisted men of the Army and Navy of the United States to wear the badges adopted by military societies of men who served in the War of the Revolution, the War of 1812, the Mexican War, and the War of the Rebellion.
Side 11 - In case of the failure of lineal descendants of an actual participant in the War on behalf of the United States, one collateral descendant, who is deemed worthy, may be admitted to represent the said participant. Provided, always, That such representation shall be limited to the descendant of either a brother or sister of the participant in the War, in right of whose services application for membership is made.
Side 6 - In January, 1813, the news of the declaration of war by the United States against Great Britain, reached Astoria by persons who had been sent by Mr.
Side 8 - On occasions other than the meetings for any stated purpose or celebration, members may wear a rosette of the prescribed ribbon and pattern in the upper button-hole of the left lapel of the coat. The Treasurer shall procure and issue the rosettes to members. The following being a fac-simile of the same, which shall not exceed fifteen millimetres in diameter: ARTICLE XI.
Side 7 - Any male person above the age of twenty-one (21) years, who participated in, or who is a lineal descendant of one who served during the War of 1812, in the army, navy, revenue- marine or privateer service of the United States, offering proof thereof satisfactory to the State Society to which he may make application for membership and who is of good moral character and reputation may become a member of this Society when approved of by said State Society under such regulations as it may make for passing...

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