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  • Letter Citation January 10, 1795 Author: Timothy Pickering Recipient: David Henley Summary: Cited in Pickering to Henley, 03/23/1795.
  • Letter from the Secretary at War January 10, 1795 Author: Timothy Pickering Recipient: Presley Nevill Summary: Letter, discusses pay of Pennsylvania militia and cavalry.
  • Letter Citation January 10, 1795 Author: Timothy Pickering Recipient: Isaac Craig Summary: Cited in Craig to Pickering, 01/16/1795.
  • Enclosed Journal of Peace Treaty Council January 10, 1795 Author: William Blount Recipient: Timothy Pickering Summary: Enclosed journal of the proceedings between Cherokee chiefs and Blount which ended with peace agreement. Objective of meeting was to convince Cherokees to terminate friendship between their nation and the Creek Nation.
  • Raises Questions about Provisions Contracts for 1795 January 10, 1795 Author: Tench Coxe Recipient: Timothy Pickering Summary: Refers to contract for provisions for 1795. No discussion has occurred with former contractors regarding supplies on hand. Will communicate to the Secretary of the Treasury about the Commissary of Issues.
  • Letter Citation January 10, 1795 Author: Timothy Pickering Recipient: Tench Coxe Summary: Cited in Coxe to Pickering 01/10/1795
  • Congratulations on Appointment January 10, 1795 Author: Isaac Craig Recipient: Timothy Pickering Summary: Received Maj. Stagg's letter notifying Craig of Knox's resignation and Pickering appointment to Secretary of War. Congratulations on appointment. Notification that contract regarding delivery of provisions lacks location on upper parts of Ohio for delivery.
  • Craig discusses military stores and shipment with Hodgdon January 10, 1795 Author: Isaac Craig Recipient: Samuel Hodgdon Summary: Major Craig confirms the receipt of money for stores as well as a shipment of clothing sent by Samuel Hodgdon. Craig draws Hodgdon's attention to a trunk of belongings sent back to Philadelphia for Colonel A. Hamilton.
  • Letter Citation January 11, 1795 Author: William Blount Recipient: Timothy Pickering Summary: Cited in Pickering to Blount, 03/23/1795.
  • Weekly return of men working in the New York Navy Yard; no progress on the keel January 11, 1795 Author: Captain Silas Talbot Recipient: Timothy Pickering Summary: Enclosed is a return of the men employed the previous week in the naval yard. Progress on the keel remains the same for want of materials.