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  • A Personal Request of the Superintendent of Military Stores January 2, 1795 Author: Thomas Butler Recipient: Samuel Hodgdon Summary: Butler requests the of Hodgdon the purchase of personal supplies which cannot be obtained in Pittsburgh, such as sherry wine, brown sugar, and soap. He requests it be sent by public wagon, and will pay by Hodgdon's orders or simply send the funds by post at Hodgdon's first convenience.
  • An Act of Congress to Regulate the Pay of Non-Commissioned Officers of the Militia When Called into Actual Service January 2, 1795 Author: Congress of the United States Recipient: [not available] Summary: Rules governing pay, clothing, and allowances of bounty with details.
  • Cited letter or document, Samuel Hodgdon to Isaac Craig January 2, 1795 Author: Samuel Hodgdon Recipient: Isaac Craig Summary: Letter, Citation only
  • Knox has Resigned January 3, 1795 Author: John Stagg Recipient: Isaac Craig Summary: Informs that Knox resigned and Pickering will replace him.
  • Letter to Naval Constructor George Claghorne on Construction of Frigate Keel January 3, 1795 Author: John Stagg Recipient: George Claghorn Summary: Clerk John Stagg on behalf on late Secretary of War Henry Knox. Knox consulted with Joshua Humphreys and the later has no objections to the frigate keel, but no alterations made in the dimensions of timber. Compensation $2000 per year.
  • Letter Citation January 3, 1795 Author: William Eaton Recipient: Henry Knox Summary: Cited in Eaton to Simmons, 02/16/1795.
  • Pay matters at West Point January 3, 1795 Author: George Fleming Recipient: Joseph Howell Summary: Cover letter transmitting Fleming's account of contingent expenses for the garrison at West Point, his account and vouchers for enlisting soldiers, and his "account current." Discusses money owed by Captain Scott. Problems with sending in pay vouchers. Notifies Howell that he has requested 4,000 dollars from the Secretary of War for contingent expenses and contracts. Cited in Fleming to Howell,...
  • Payment for Salt Petre and Baldhead Lighthouse Construction January 3, 1795 Author: Tench Coxe Recipient: Alexander Hamilton Summary: Willing & Francis requested payment for the salt petre they sold to United States. BaldHead Lighthouse has been built and "superintendent" should be notified.
  • The Officers of the Legion Petition Congress for Land Grants January 3, 1795 Author: Jonathan Cass Recipient: Nicholas Gilman Summary: Cass notifies Gilman that the officers of the Legion intend to petition Congress for a quantity of land. Cass justifies the officers' land claims by noting their political orientation as Federals.
  • Letter Citation January 3, 1795 Author: Willings & Francis Recipient: Tench Coxe Summary: Cited in Coxe to Hamilton, 01/03/1795.