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  • Certification of payments; Captain James Tripplett, 1st Regiment Artillerists and Engineers January 1, 1799 Author: William Simmons Recipient: James McHenry Summary: Certification of payment to Lieutenant James Tripplett in 1st Regiment Artillerists and Engineers, for pay and subsistence.
  • Payments to Messrs. Kennedy and Lynch for Nickajack Expedition January 1, 1799 Author: David Henley Recipient: James McHenry Summary: Pay Messrs. Kennedy and Lynch $1500 for value received payment of Nickajack Expedition on account of defensive protection estimate.
  • A Man of Much Honor & Integrity January 1, 1799 Author: Charles Carroll Recipient: Alexander Hamilton Summary: Carroll reaffirms his recommendation of the Count de Moelien, a man of honor, integrity, and good sense.
  • Worthiness of Captain Robinson January 1, 1799 Author: Benjamin Stoddert Recipient: Alexander Hamilton Summary: Stoddert seeks Hamilton's assessment of Capt. Robinson as a potential commander in the Navy.
  • Receipt of a Box of Medicine, Etc. January 1, 1799 Author: Michael Kalteisen Recipient: Samuel Hodgdon Summary: Kalteisen acknowledges receipt of Hodgdon's letter and also a box of medicine by Captain Garman. Enclosed are the returns for November and Decembe 1798.
  • Clothing for Detroit Has Been Damaged, Etc. January 1, 1799 Author: William Brown Recipient: Samuel Hodgdon Summary: Enclosed are the returns and vouchers of the clothing department and Indian goods for the last quarter of 1798. No returns or vouchers have been received from Fort Wayne. The clothing on its way to Detroit has been damaged because it was packed in bad casks and the impact of this for the furture is of no small moment.
  • $800 for the Use of the Quartermaster's Department January 1, 1799 Author: Matthew Ernest Recipient: Samuel Hodgdon Summary: There is an order on Hodgdon for $800 in favor of Captain Benjamin Huntington for the use of the Quartermaster's department.
  • $1000 for the Quartermaster's Department January 1, 1799 Author: Matthew Ernest Recipient: Samuel Hodgdon Summary: There is an order on Hodgdon for one thousand dollars in favor of Captain Robert Innis for the use of the Quartermaster's department.
  • Contract of William Rhodes and William Tyler with the United States for fabricating 2000 muskets January 1, 1799 Author: [not available] Recipient: William Rhodes Summary: Articles of agreement between Wolcott and William Rhodes and William Tyler of Providence Rhode Island to manufacture 2000 stands of arms complete with bayonet and ramrods fit for service and to be delivered at Providence Rhode Island.
  • Petition of Thomas Lewis January 1, 1799 Author: Thomas Lewis Recipient: [not available] Summary: Requests monetary compensation for expenses accrued during service.