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- n. The role or position of a brigadier.
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He had attempted to betray his country; he received in exchange six thousand pounds sterling, together with a brigadiership in the British Army.
Page view page image: promoted to a brigadiership, and shortly afterwards he received his commission, bearing date 21 July.
The President replied that he "was fully satisfied with General Pettigrew's qualifications; that he had been besieged by applications for brigadiership upon every conceivable ground -- this was the first instance of an officer refusing promotion."
Although Munford deserved a brigadiership, Stuart’s motives in recommending the capable colonel possessed a dark cast.
Finally, with Lee’s and Stuart’s recommendations, Rosser would receive a brigadiership and command of Jones’s brigade in mid-October.