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  • Letter Citation January 8, 1795 Author: Timothy Pickering Recipient: Alexander Hamilton Summary: Cited in Hamilton to Pickering, 01/20/1795.
  • Iron Trucks for Cannon Carriages January 8, 1795 Author: John Stagg Recipient: Samuel Hodgdon Summary: Samuel Richards has notified the Secretary of War that he is ready to deliver, agreeably to a contract made with Tench Coxe, iron trucks for the cannon carriages. Hodgdon should have them inspected and store those that pass inspection.
  • Reports Completion of Iron Wheels for Cannon Carriages January 8, 1795 Author: Tench Coxe Recipient: Timothy Pickering Summary: Reports Samuel Richards's report of order of iron wheels for cannon carriages are ready for delivery. Refers to contract made through the Revenue Office.
  • Amount of My Account is In Hand January 8, 1795 Author: Jeremiah Olney Recipient: Samuel Hodgdon Summary: "Your letter of the 30th ultimo enclosing a post note for the amount of my account came safely to hand."
  • Legal Action Against Illegal Stills January 8, 1795 Author: Alexander Hamilton Recipient: Tench Coxe Summary: The Secretary of the Treasury requests the Commissioner of the Revenue to take measure with District Attorney for illegal stills found in the fourth District (region where Whiskey Rebellion took place in 1794).
  • Payment for Supplies January 8, 1795 Author: Tench Coxe Recipient: Alexander Hamilton Summary: Richard and Hunt Downing gave Coxe list of supplies at Downingston provided for the militia. If charges are approved, payment is requested to be paid through Mr. Williams.
  • Recommendation for Peace Treaty to be Signed by the Sachams and War Chiefs of Sandusky January 9, 1795 Author: Anthony Wayne Recipient: [not available] Summary: Promises of peace by war chiefs of Sandusky and the U.S. military. Promises of protection by U.S. for Indian Nations who act peacefully but are attacked by hostile nations or settlers. Enclosed letter from Lord Dorchester, Governor of Canada.
  • Instructions for Kirkpatrick January 9, 1795 Author: Timothy Pickering Recipient: Samuel Hodgdon Summary: Pickering requests instructions for Kirkpatrick.
  • Pay of Horatio Dayton & His Recruits January 9, 1795 Author: Joseph Howell Recipient: Aaron Dunham Summary: The Treasurer will remit a sum to be transmitted to Horatio Dayton of the Corps of Artillerists and Engineers at Elizabeth Town, being for the pay of himself and the recruits under his command through December 1794.
  • Pay of Dayton & His Recruits January 9, 1795 Author: Joseph Howell Recipient: Horatio R. Dayton Summary: Dayton will receive from Aaron Dunham, Supervisor of New Jersey, $135.20, being the pay of himself and the recruits under his command through December 1794. Dayton is responsible for the due application thereof agreeably to the enclosed payroll and will sign duplicate receipts accordingly.