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  • Report regarding the boarding of the French Ship Jumeaux January 5, 1795 Author: David Robinett Recipient: [not available] Summary: David Robinett, member of the party that borded the French ship "Jumeaux," gives his account of events. The bording party attempted to seize the vessel for violating U.S. neutrality.
  • Payment for Services January 5, 1795 Author: William Simmons Recipient: Horatio R. Dayton Summary: Informs Lt. Dayton that he will receive the sum of 107 dollars from Nicholas Fish.
  • Concerning Militia January 5, 1795 Author: William Simmons Recipient: Timothy Pickering Summary: Simmons reminds Pickering that a decision is needed regarding the claim of the Georgia militia, preferably before the post leaves on Friday.
  • Instructions to Pay Lieutenant Dayton January 5, 1795 Author: William Simmons Recipient: Nicholas Fish Summary: Informs Fish that the Treasurer will remit him the sum of 107 dollars to pay Lieutenant Horatio Dayton.
  • Enclosed Account of Provisions January 5, 1795 Author: David Henley Recipient: William Simmons Summary: Provisions of forage for dragoons. Settlement of deranged officer wrong.
  • Letter Citation January 6, 1795 Author: Timothy Pickering Recipient: Samuel Huntington Summary: Cited in Huntington to Pickering, 01/22/1795.
  • Seizure of a French Cruiser January 6, 1795 Author: Timothy Pickering Recipient: Richard Dobbs Spaight Summary: Pickering orders the seizure of a French cruiser and discusses U. S. laws and neutrality.
  • Requested Apprehension of Illegally Armed Ship January 6, 1795 Author: Timothy Pickering Recipient: Robert Brooke Summary: Report of illegally armed French vessel escaped capture. It was requested the President authorize the seizure of the ship and all her equipment.
  • Irregularities in Supplying the Recruits at Richmond January 6, 1795 Author: Joseph Howell Recipient: Timothy Pickering Summary: There appear to be some irregularities in supplying the recruits at Richmond. Therefore, Howell is submitting to Pickering the relevant account for supplies which should be examined by the auditor of the Treasury.
  • Return of work executed in the armory of New London and tools and stores on hand for the month of November 1794 January 6, 1795 Author: Samuel Hodgdon Recipient: [not available] Summary: Return of work executed in the armory of New London and tools and stores on hand for the month of November 1794.