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  • Request for Temporary Issue of Arms & Accoutrements for Recruits January 3, 1800 Author: James McHenry Recipient: John Harris Summary: Directs temporary issue of arms & accoutrements to a company of recruits in Philadelphia, to be returned before they depart.
  • Letter from the Accountant of the War Department January 3, 1800 Author: William Simmons Recipient: James McHenry Summary: Simmons asks to be informed of the instructions the Secretary of War provided to Samuel Tredwell regarding the purchase of gun carriages from Jacob Blount.
  • Settlement of Accounts January 3, 1800 Author: Samuel Hodgdon Recipient: Isaac Craig Summary: If adjustments to accounts cannot be made with the Quartermaster General, Hodgdon will complete the necessary adjustments. Hodgdon anxious to settle business with Quartermaster General and close accounts. VanBuren was advised to receive small sum of money from Craig due him, necessary receipts should be sent back to Philadelphia.
  • Inferior Quality of Supplies January 3, 1800 Author: Alexander Hamilton Recipient: Elias B. Dayton Summary: General Hamilton says he is pained by Col. Smith's report on the inferior quality of the supplies and attributes the ill health of some of the men to the badness of the bread and thinness of the beef.
  • Courts-Martial and Infractions of Military Discipline January 3, 1800 Author: Alexander Hamilton Recipient: William S. Smith Summary: Routine correspondence concerning courts-martial and infractions of military discipline. Discussed the inferior quality of supplies provided by merchants from New Jersey. Lauded Smith for his proposal to erect a monument. Also discussed trial of Liet. Hoffman being postponed.
  • Courts-Martial and Infractions of Military Discipline. January 3, 1800 Author: Alexander Hamilton Recipient: William C. Bentley Summary: Routine correspondence concerning IV. Routine correspondence concerning courts-martial and infractions of military discipline. .
  • Courts-Martial and Infractions of Military Discipline January 3, 1800 Author: Alexander Hamilton Recipient: John H. Buell Summary: Routine correspondence concerning courts-martial and infractions of military discipline and routine instructions and correspondence concerning Army supplies, quarters, and pay.
  • Administration of Individual Officers and Soldiers January 3, 1800 Author: Alexander Hamilton Recipient: Josiah Dunham Summary: Routine correspondence concerning the appointment, transfer, promotion, discharge, desertion, leave, and assignment of individual officers and soldiers.
  • Applications for Army Appointments and Promotions January 3, 1800 Author: Alexander Hamilton Recipient: Joseph H. Dwight Summary: Routine applications for Army appointments and promotions.
  • Army Supplies, Quarters, and Pay January 3, 1800 Author: Alexander Hamilton Recipient: Samuel Hodgdon Summary: Routine instructions and correspondence concerning Army supplies, quarters, and pay.