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Date Title Author Recipient Summary
January 24, 1784 Accounts for Settlement Bourne Price Samuel Hodgdon Bourne Price forwards accounts to be settled to Samuel Hodgdon.
May 22, 1784 [No Image] Nathaniel Irish Samuel Hodgdon No image.
January 3, 1789 Sayre solicits naval appointment from Knox Stephen Sayre Henry Knox Letter, discusses appointment re American Navy.
June 29, 1789 A gentlemen insists on a reply from Knox Stephen Sayre Henry Knox Letter, Sayre has solicited a federal appointment from Knox. Sayre's solicitation has gone unanswered. Sayre takes umbrage at the lack of a reply from Knox.
December 2, 1789 Webber seeks the assistance of Knox James Webber Henry Knox Letter, asks for aid re account.
January 4, 1790 Williams writes Knox from London Jonathan Williams Henry Knox Jonathan William writes Henry Knox from London to discuss the French Revolution. William believes the the French Revolution is a just war for freedom which continues the American tradition of liberty, linking events in France to the American Revolution. He also hopes that the revolution may spread to the Spanish and Portuguese colonies so that they too could have democratic governments.
May 5, 1790 Williams writes Knox from London regarding international affairs Jonathan Williams Henry Knox Letter, describes Spanish aggression towards England on American coast; mentions neutral state; discusses trade competition.
July 7, 1790 Brett discusses war with Spain to Knox P. Brett Henry Knox Letter, discusses prospects of war with Spain.
July 12, 1790 Letter Citation Daniel Parker Doctor Craigie Cited in Hamilton to Washington, 09/12/1790.
August 13, 1790 Longman acknowledges receipt of power of attorney from Knox Thomas Longman Henry Knox Letter, discusses demand on Mrs. Harwood's property.
February 2, 1791 Form of the Roman Legion Francisco de Miranda Henry Knox Sr. Miranda expresses his approval of the flouishing state of North America and agrees that the organization of the Roman Legion is superior to any other military arrangement.
November 14, 1791 Mrs Welsh requests widow's pension from Knox Anna Welsh Henry Knox Letter, Anna Welsh asks Knox for widow's pension.
November 15, 1791 Ann Huntington speaks to Knox on behalf of Mrs. Welsh Ann Huntington Henry Knox Letter, Ann Huntington recommends granting pension to Anna Welsh, widow.
December 5, 1792 European affairs of state P. Brett Henry Knox London correspondent describes French victories in Europe. Also describes the government response to Republican movements in London. Mentions reform in House of Commons.
January 5, 1793 Joseph Perkins relays Information about Captain Holt, payroll, guard of magazine Joseph Perkin Samuel Hodgdon From New London Connecticut. Makes reference to Richmond. Comments that about being all destitute of money. Hopes to have some money. Notes that he made out to deliver to Captain Holt. Asks to send forward the muster.
November 22, 1793 Tea & Coffee for Breakfast & Supper, Etc. Thomas Holt Samuel Hodgdon Holt acknowledges responsibility for boarding certain of the workmen who will come to New London and has made appropriate arrangements with some citizens of the town. He has learned that they will expect to have tea and coffee for breakfast and supper and this will make a capital difference in the board. Since he wants to be as economical as possible, he requests directions with Hodgdon as to how...
February 1, 1794 Account of Thomas Holt for rations to the militia guard in New London Virginia Thomas Reid Richard Henry Lee Holt has established a public guard at New London Virginia and encloses duplicates containing numbers, rank and time of militia service. Asks for payment for troops. Encloses commissary account.
February 12, 1794 Guard Established at Arsenal Thomas Holt Henry Lee Guard established around public arsenal, documents related to their employment enclosed. Request to pay James Pinn.
March 19, 1794 Regarding irons, carriages, buildings, and cartridge boxes Thomas Holt Samuel Hodgdon Holt discusses a number of concerns relative to irons, carriages, buildings, and cartridge boxes.
March 19, 1794 Cartridge Boxes, Etc. Thomas Holt Samuel Hodgdon Holt discusses a number of concerns relative to irons, carriages, buildings, and cartridge boxes.
April 22, 1794 Liberal Supply of Money Thomas Holt Samuel Hodgdon Holt thanks Hodgdon for the liberal supply sent him which enables him to comply with all his contracts.
April 25, 1794 Dissipated & Idle Workmen, Etc. Thomas Holt Samuel Hodgdon A part of the workmen are sober, attentive, and industrious but there is the reverse in character of several others. It is hoped that the public will sustain as little injury as possible by their idleness and dissipation. (Holt provides considerable detail on arms, repairs, pay, building, etc.)
April 27, 1794 On the whereabouts of Milligan Joseph Perkin Samuel Hodgdon Milligan has not yet arrived from Philadelphia. Hodgdon should make inquiries to see if he still in that city because Perkins is concerned that he has not yet spent the money and therefore cannot proceed. (Many other matters are discussed.)
May 17, 1794 Indifferent Soldiers, Etc. Thomas Holt Samuel Hodgdon All the hands not being as attentive and sober as they should be, Mr. Perkins and Holt have decided to discharge the most indifferent of them as soon as others can be supplied to take their place.
May 28, 1794 Muskets & Replaced Arms Thomas Holt Samuel Hodgdon Hodgdon is asked to respond to Holt's latest letter as it applies to muskets, particularly since the number of replaced arms has been augmented recently.