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  • Caspar Iserloan's woes resulting from indebtness and a plea from a poor, unfortunate man with no friends [no date available] Author: Casper Iserloan Recipient: William Simmons Summary: Debtor Iserloan acknowledges that he is to appear before the Secretary of War but begs Simmons to remember that he is a poor unfortunate man with no friends.
  • Cordage for the Rigging of the Frigate "United States" January 1, 1797 Author: James McHenry Recipient: John Harris Summary: Harris is directed to deliver the cordage intended for the rigging of the frigate "United States" to the purveyor, Tench Francis. It will be fitted under his direction, subject to the further order of the Secretary of War.
  • Cordage for the Rigging of the Frigate January 1, 1797 Author: James McHenry Recipient: John Harris Summary: The cordage intended for the rigging of the frigate "United States" should be delivered to the order of the purveyor Tench Francis to be fitted under his direction, subject to the orders of the Secretary of War.
  • Moneys received by Military Agents January 1, 1797 Author: Accountants Office, War Department Recipient: [not available] Summary: Summary statement of the moneys received by Military Agents
  • Circular letter to several Paymasters January 1, 1797 Author: Caleb Swan Recipient: [not available] Summary: CITATION Only. Requesting them to render their accounts and vouchers.
  • Return of All the Articles of Stock and Tools at Springfield January 1, 1797 Author: David Ames Recipient: James McHenry Summary: Return of all the articles of stock and tools expended and on hand at the Public Armoury in Springfield, Massachusetts to the 5th of January 1797.
  • Work Done in the Armourer's Shop at Springfield January 1, 1797 Author: David Ames Recipient: James McHenry Summary: Return of work done in the Armourer's shop at Springfield, Massachusetts from November 1st 1796 to January 1st 1797.
  • Account Current No. 12 Enclosed (Duplicate) January 1, 1797 Author: Constant Freeman Recipient: William Simmons Summary: DUPLICATE: account No. 12 enclosed with vouchers. Troops paid. Supplies so low that it was impossible for officers to supply themselves with provisions.
  • Request for Gun Barrels to Be Delivered to Musket Maker January 2, 1797 Author: James McHenry Recipient: John Harris Summary: Request that 100 gun barrels be delivered to Owen Evans, musket contractor.
  • Concerning the Creek delegation January 2, 1797 Author: James McHenry Recipient: Benjamin Hawkins Summary: Discusses Creek delegation to the federal government and discloses five hundred dollars to be delivered to disperse to any chiefs who did not attend and may feel jealous that those who attended received gifts or special treatment.