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  • Articles of Agreement Concerning the Frigate "Crescent" [no date available] Author: Unknown Author Recipient: [not available] Summary: Articles of Agreement respecting the Frigate "Crescent."
  • Catalogue of Books and Maps purchased of the Hon. Rufus King ($1334) [no date available] Author: Rufus King Recipient: William Faden Summary: Catalog of Books and Maps purchased of the Hon. Rufus King ($1334).
  • Itemized List of Flag-Making Materials [no date available] Author: Unknown Author Recipient: [not available] Summary: Itemized list of flag materials, with amounts & prices.
  • Good Tablecloths and Suitable Napkins, Etc. [no date available] Author: Winthrop Sargent Recipient: Unknown Recipient Summary: Sargent expresses his desire for good tablecloths and suitable napkins.
  • Request for Supplies [no date available] Author: Rudolph Recipient: Constant Freeman Summary: Unsigned, undated request for sword and uniform for dragoons.
  • On Proving Cannon [no date available] Author: James McHenry Recipient: [not available] Summary: Discusses an officer who has much experience in proving cannon.
  • Balance Owed [no date available] Author: William Hillhouse Recipient: [not available] Summary: Statement by William Hillhouse that Robert Frazier owed allowance by act of Congress.
  • Voucher for Wood for Major Tousard. [no date available] Author: Edgar Patterson Recipient: [not available] Summary: Voucher for wood for Major Tousard for $26.25 for sundry persons.
  • First Account Opened by Harris [no date available] Author: Unknown Author Recipient: Samuel Hodgdon Summary: What is the first account opened upon the store by Harris?
  • Referral of Mr. Hall for Reimbursement [no date available] Author: David Henley Recipient: [not available] Summary: Notification that Mr. Hall was referred to "you" for settlement (you is most likely W. Simmons). Missing vouchers for Mr. Hall's reimbursement prompted Henley to include only a few vouchers for horses.