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  • Letter Citation January 2, 1795 Author: Samuel Hodgdon Recipient: John Stagg Summary: Cited in Stagg to Hodgdon, 02/09/1795.
  • Cost and Construction, Errors January 2, 1795 Author: Alexander Hamilton Recipient: Timothy Pickering Summary: "This letter is essentially the same as that which Hamilton wrote to Edmund Randolph on the same date." [letter to Randolph is cataloged here] Enclosed letters from Hamilton to Collector of Charlestown and another from the comptroller to the Collector on the subject of construction and arming of vessels. Fears "much mischief has ensued from this construction" which will end up costing the...
  • Wilkinson's Various Accusations Against Generals Wayne & Scott, & Defense of Own Reputation January 2, 1795 Author: James Wilkinson Recipient: Henry Knox Summary: Explains that his pursuit of the charges against General Wayne arose from a desire to "elucidate the consistency of my conduct." Waxes long on the wrongs Wayne has done to him, and his long-suffering endurance of them. Says Wayne has only praised Wilkinson in the past because his excellent conduct at the Battle of Fallen Timbers was irrefutable. Submits to the judgment of the War Department...
  • Letter Citation January 2, 1795 Author: Collector of Charleston Recipient: Timothy Pickering Summary: Cited in Hamilton to Mulitiple, 09/04/1795.
  • Mischief Related to Construction at the Port of Charleston January 2, 1795 Author: Alexander Hamilton Recipient: Timothy Pickering Summary: Hamilton expresses concern about construction at the port of Charleston which has not been pursued according to the rules established by the President and the relevant Act of Congress and which may result in undue exprense to the United States. A circular should be sent to the officers of Charleston which provides the necessary instructions.
  • Letter Citation January 2, 1795 Author: Comptroller of Charleston Recipient: Timothy Pickering Summary: Cited in Hamilton to Multiple. 10/06/99.
  • Letter Citation January 2, 1795 Author: Constant Freeman Recipient: Timothy Pickering Summary: Cited in Freeman to Simmons, 02/13/1799.
  • Hospital for Militia January 2, 1795 Author: Isaac Craig Recipient: Henry Knox Summary: Estimate to be obtained regarding services provided by Colonel Sproat. Hospital established to tend to sick militia. Governor Lee neglected to establish a method for defraying costs of hospital.
  • Enclosed Accounts January 2, 1795 Author: John McClellan Recipient: Joseph Howell Summary: Received Howell's letter, in response McClellan enclosed a muster roll under cover to the Secretary of War. McClellan was under the impression that none of his men would be called to the rendez vous but would rather stay with him until the Spring.
  • Ensign Rand's Account January 2, 1795 Author: Benjamin Rand Recipient: Joseph Howell Summary: Ensign Rand of the 4th Sub Legion sends duplicate receipts of the money transmitted to him by Nathaniel Gorham, Supervisor at Boston. He has received $72 for his pay and $22 for his subsistence for a total of $94.