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Commissary General's Office. Philadelphia. Oct. 10. The farmers and others are desired and required to bring in and deliver at His Majesty's magazines in this City, what cattle, sheep, and forage they can spare, for which they will be paid at th

Commissary General's Office. Philadelphia. Oct. 10. The farmers and others are desired and required to bring in and deliver at His Majesty's magazines in this City, what cattle, sheep, and forage they can spare, for which they will be paid at th

State of New-York, An act to amend an Act for regulating impresses of forage, and carriages, and for billeting the troops within this State. Poughkeepsie: Printed by John Holt, Printer to the State of New-York [1779].

Schedule of monthly pay, subsistence and forage, of troops in actual service, agreeably to the acts of Congress in force on the 1st July, 1814 ... Accountant's office, Richmond, August 1st, 1814. the alterations made by the several late acts of

[Driving in cows]

Vaughans horse, chickens on saddle

[Unidentified soldier in Union uniform with forage cap in front of American flag]

[Unidentified young soldier in Union frock coat and forage cap with bayonet scabbard, cartridge pouch, ammunition box, and bayoneted musket]

[Unidentified soldier in Union frock coat and forage cap with bayoneted musket and cap box in front of painted backdrop showing curtain]

[Private George H. Bannister of Company H, 13th New Hampshire Infantry Regiment in sack coat and forage cap with holstered bayonet, cartridge pouch, and bayoneted musket]

[Unidentified soldier in Union frock coat and forage cap with bayoneted musket]

[Unidentified soldier in Union uniform and forage cap with badge]

[Unidentified soldier in Union uniform and forage cap]

[Unidentified soldier in Union sergeant's frock coat and forage cap with unidentified woman in dress and hat with veil]

[Unidentified soldier in Union uniform with artillery forage cap]

[Unidentified soldier in Union uniform and forage cap]

[Unidentified soldier in Union frock coat, forage cap, shoulder scales, and gauntlets with sword and scabbard in front of painted backdrop showing landscape with palm trees]

[Unidentified young soldier in Union shell jacket and forage cap]

[Unidentified young soldier in Union frock coat and forage cap]

[Unidentified soldier in Union uniform and forage cap]

[Unidentified soldier in Union frock coat and forage cap with cartridge pouch, ammunition pack, and bayoneted musket]

[Unidentified soldier in Union uniform and forage cap with bayoneted musket]

[Unidentified soldier in Union uniform and forage cap with musket]

[Unidentified soldier in Union uniform and forage cap with holstered revolver and bayoneted musket]

[Unidentified young soldier in Union uniform and infantry forage cap with sheathed musicans' sword and bugle in front of painted backdrop showing palm trees]

[Two unidentified young soldiers in Union shell jackets and forage caps in front of painted backdrop showing plantation]

[Unidentified soldier in Union uniform and infantry forage cap]

[Unidentified soldier in Union frock coat and forage cap with cap box, cartridge pouch, and bayoneted musket]

[Unidentified soldier in Union corporal uniform and forage cap]

[Unidentified soldier in Union sack coat and Company C forage cap with Colt revolver]

[Unidentified young soldier in Union sack coat and forage cap]

[Unidentified young soldier in Union sack coat and forage cap with bayoneted musket]

[Unidentified cavalry soldier in Union shell jacket and forage cap with 1840 Cavalry saber]

[Unidentified soldier in Union sack coat and forage cap with musket and scabbard]

[Unidentified soldier in Union uniform and forage cap]

[Unidentified soldier in Union uniform and forage cap]

[Unidentified soldier in Union sack coat and forage cap]

[Unidentified soldier in Union shell jacket and forage cap with handgun in front of painted backdrop showing military camp]

[Unidentified soldier in Union sergeant's uniform and forage cap in S. Peck & Co. Union case]

[Unidentified young soldier in Union sack coat and forage cap with bayonet scabbard and bayoneted musket in front of painted backdrop showing military camp]

[Unidentified soldier in Union sack coat and forage hat with cartridge pouch, bayonet scabbard, and musket]

Wauds grey mare, 1862

Spare cartridges

The Houses of the Rich and Poor Man, Dives and Lazarus. This is the most picturesque group of buildings in the Via Dolorosa. In the foreground are a Bedouin mounted on a camel laden with forage, and an Ashkenazi Jew conversing with a water-seller

Skid for hauling forage, near Meaulte, France

Ideal grazing conditions are afforded by this area if it is properly utilized. Overgrazing has depleted natural forage until feeding scenes like this are common. Mew Mexico

Madison, Wisconsin. Farm short course school at the University of Wisconsin. A lecture on "Forage and small grains"

Madison, Wisconsin. Farm short course school at the University of Wisconsin. Students in a forage and small grains class attending a lecture on grasses

Madison, Wisconsin. Farm short course school at the University of Wisconsin. A lecture on "Forage and small grains"

Madison, Wisconsin. Farm short course school at the University of Wisconsin. A lecture on "Forage and small grains"

Straight on, medium shot from a high angle, down on three Kangaroos from an Australian wildlife park as they forage for food on September 27th, 2000. The Boxing Kangaroo, as depicted on a green and gold flag (Not shown), is the national sports symbol to many Australians

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. –– Wild pigs forage for food near a road through NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Florida. The wild pigs have flourished in the environs around Kennedy, which shares a border with the Merritt Island National Wildlife Refuge, without many predators other than panthers and humans. Pigs were introduced to Florida in the 1500s and are now found statewide in wooded areas close to water. Pigs are omnivores, foraging on the ground and rooting just beneath the surface, which damages the groundcover. Wild pigs eat almost anything that has nutritional value, including tubers, roots, shoots, acorns, fruits, berries, earthworms, amphibians, reptiles and rodents. Their appearance is similar to domestic hogs, but leaner, with a longer, narrower head and a coarser, denser coat. Females may have two litters per year. The piglets are weaned in a few weeks but remain with the mother for several months. Photo credit: NASA/Dimitri Gerondidakis KSC-2009-2843

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. –– Wild pigs forage for food near a road through NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Florida. The wild pigs have flourished in the environs around Kennedy, which shares a border with the Merritt Island National Wildlife Refuge, without many predators other than panthers and humans. Pigs were introduced to Florida in the 1500s and are now found statewide in wooded areas close to water. Pigs are omnivores, foraging on the ground and rooting just beneath the surface, which damages the groundcover. Wild pigs eat almost anything that has nutritional value, including tubers, roots, shoots, acorns, fruits, berries, earthworms, amphibians, reptiles and rodents. Their appearance is similar to domestic hogs, but leaner, with a longer, narrower head and a coarser, denser coat. Females may have two litters per year. The piglets are weaned in a few weeks but remain with the mother for several months. Photo credit: NASA/Dimitri Gerondidakis KSC-2009-2842

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. – At NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in Florida, two raccoons forage in the underbrush near one of the waterways in the Launch Complex 39 area. The center shares a boundary with the Merritt Island National Wildlife Refuge. The refuge encompasses 140,000 acres that are a habitat for more than 330 species of birds, 31 mammals, 117 fishes, and 65 amphibians and reptiles. It contains more than 1,000 known plant species. The marshes and open water of the refuge provide wintering areas for 23 species of migratory waterfowl, as well as a year-round home for great blue herons, great egrets, wood storks, cormorants, brown pelicans and other species of marsh and shore birds, and a variety of insects. Photo credit: NASA/Tony Gray KSC-2013-3060

Mastracchio works with the Ant Forage Habitat Facility

Flower bee foraging, nature landscapes.

Bourdon gadfly insect, animals.

Butterfly blue flower, nature landscapes.

Hay bale forage mown field.

Bourdon insect foraging, animals.

Blackberry berry fruit, food drink.

Steam grass rake grass, nature landscapes.

Insect bee flower, animals.

Insects forage nature, nature landscapes.

Insects zygaena purpuralis butterflies, nature landscapes.

Cockatoo parrot bird, animals.

Carpenter bee insect forage, animals.

Peony flower peony rose, nature landscapes.

Bee flight dandelion.

Tractor work in the fields hay.

Bourdon foraging flower, animals.

Bourdon gaillarde macro, animals.

Carpenter bee insect forage, animals.

Bee apis mellifera flower, nature landscapes.

Grandpa old shepherd, nature landscapes.

Flowers bourdon insect, animals.

Butterfly buddléia wings.

Flower bee orange, nature landscapes.

Spider eating a bee macro nature, nature landscapes.

Hay harvest time grass, food drink.

Flower bee forage.

Insects bee forage, nature landscapes.

Insects bee forage.

Bees forage flowers, nature landscapes.

Flowers summer gardens, nature landscapes.

Bee flower insect, animals.

Bourdon insect forage, animals.

Bourdon insect forage, animals.

Peasant work field, industry craft.

Marguerite flower flowering, nature landscapes.

Hay bales meadow hay, nature landscapes.

Forage dry grass countryside.

Hay field agriculture.

Steam grass rake grass, nature landscapes.

Marguerite bee white flowers, nature landscapes.

Bees essain honey.

Bee flower insects.

Flower artichoke insect, animals.

Flower butterfly nature, nature landscapes.

Bourdon insect macro, animals.