Viewing 1–25 of 291 documents: "Abraham Alfonse Albert Gallatin"

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November 28, 1799 Transportation of Goods, Compensation Samuel Hodgdon Isaac Craig Muskets for Albert Gallatin are en route. Hopes all forwarded clothing will reach its destination, will do his best to have Craig satisfactorily compensated.
November 12, 1799 Standards for Contracts Samuel Hodgdon Isaac Craig Notification of shipment of Clarksville manufactory muskets under the care of the Quartermaster General to be used as patterns for the manufacture of other contracted arms by Albert Gallatin.
October 19, 1798 Election of Gallatin & Smiley to Congress, Etc. Isaac Craig Samuel Hodgdon Major Craig announces the arrival of the Quartermaster General and mentions the election of Democrats Gallatin and Smilie to Congress.
September 25, 1798 George Salmon on Maryland's Congressional Elections of 1798 George Salmon James McHenry George Salmon surveys the impending Congressional elections of 1798 in Maryland for James McHenry. Salmon notes that "party spirit rages every where and with great violence." He also says that "parties [presumably party politics] are beyond anything ever before known." According to Salmon, "the election begins next Monday and disagreeable consequences may be expected" in Maryland. Salmon calls...
May 31, 1800 Conversation Preceding McHenry's Resignation James McHenry John Adams Relates the minutes of a conversation between James McHenry and John Adams on the evening of May 5, 1800, which immediately preceded McHenry's tendering his resignation from the War Department. Adams believes Hamilton to be "a man devoid of every moral principle, a bastard."
July 6, 1798 Request to Attend to Returns for Rations Owed Hyde Charles Hyde William Simmons Hyde believes he may have left a return for provisions and a ration order on Simmons' table and asks that Simmons complete the work for him if possible. He discusses popular opinion of Adams and Gallatin and mentions the Independence Day celebrations in Pittsburgh.
October 14, 1796 Craig discusses military stores and shipment with Hodgdon Isaac Craig Samuel Hodgdon Major Craig informs Samuel Hodgdon of the election of Albert Gallatin to Congress. Due to this election, Craig states that "the spirit of 1793 and 1794 still pervades the multitude" in western Pennsylvania.
December 20, 1799 Musket Prototypes Have Arrived Isaac Craig Samuel Hodgdon Major Craig informs Samuel Hodgdon that the musket prototypes for Albert Gallatin's manufactory have arrived.
November 22, 1799 Clothing Shipped, Thinking of Resigning Isaac Craig Samuel Hodgdon Major Craig discusses clothing issues with Samuel Hodgdon. Craig also mentions that he is thinking of resigning from the service due to unresolved compensation.
February 21, 1800 Recommendation of John McGowan Albert Gallatin James McHenry Certified that John McGowan was a refugee from Nova Scotia and was entitled to the bounty given by Congress. Noted McGowan would collect his proofs of residency from Maine and fwd. them to McHenry.
October 27, 1786 Money drawn from office John Pierce John White Informs John White that Major John Davidson drew from the office the sum of 4826 dollars, which was charged to Albert Denny.
June 2, 1800 Installation of Benjamin Stoddert James McHenry Alexander Hamilton In a confidential letter, McHenry informs Hamilton of the installation of Benjamin Stoddert as the new Secretary of War. He encloses a transcript of a conversation with John Adams in which Hamilton is described as an "intriquant" and a "bastard" and "as much a foreigner as Gallatin." McHenry's last day in office was the 1st of June. Samuel Dexter would in actuality be McHenry's replacement.
February 28, 1794 Account of Abraham Lyons Joseph Howell Richard Harrison Certification of service and settlement of pay for Abraham Lyons, late Captain in the Jersey Brigade.
March 24, 1796 Discussion of Treaty With Great Britain & Supply of Timber for Frigates Captain Thomas Truxtun Josiah Fox Letter, mentions British treaty; discusses live oak timber for Frigate; discusses timber cutting in Georgia.
April 18, 1798 Balance Due Abraham Kirkpatrick Samuel Hodgdon James McHenry Hodgdon requests a warrant to discharge the balance due Abraham Kirkpatrick, formerly the Commissary of provisions for the Army.
June 6, 1792 Account of Abraham Levi Joseph Howell Richard Harrison Account of Abraham Levi, late of the 14th Virginia Regiment.
October 17, 1800 Return of Ordnance Stores and Clothing Isaac Craig Samuel Hodgdon Major Craig forwards a general return of ordinance stores and clothing to Samuel Hodgdon.
October 24, 1800 Arrival of Harrison and Tracey Isaac Craig Samuel Hodgdon Major Craig informs Samuel Hodgdon of the arrival of William Harrison and Uriah Tracey.
June 12, 1798 Closing Abraham Kirkpatrick's Account Samuel Hodgdon John Steele Hodgdon informs Steele that he has closed Abraham Kirkpatrick's account with the War Department.
February 10, 1796 Receipt for Abraham Sykes Alexander Thompson [not available] Document, certifies Abraham Sykes' receipt of bounty.
September 2, 1794 Individuals involved in Whiskey Rebellion Alexander Hamilton George Washington Secretary Hamilton writes President Washington on the details of the insurrection in Pennsylvania, later known as the Whiskey Rebellion. Hamilton includes the names of dozens of individuals involved in the event in one way or another. States that they defend their actions as "constitutional resistance," which Hamilton rejects entirely.
April 5, 1792 Account of Abraham Springer Joseph Howell Richard Harrison The United States' account with Abraham Springer, Dragoon in the late 1st Regiment of Light Dragoons.
March 7, 1799 Receipt for shipment of clothing, arms, and military stores Staats Morris Samuel Hodgdon Receipt for shipment of clothing, arms, and military stores shipped for Fort McHenry on board the Schooner Sally; came safe to hand and articles correspond with invoice, but quantity falls short of what is needed. Includes account between the US and Albert Coffin, master of the schooner.
November 17, 1794 Amnesty for Whiskey Rebels Alexander Hamilton William Rawle Hamilton lists the individuals to will not be subject to Washington's general proclamation of amnesty for the Whiskey Rebels: David Bradford; Edward Cook; Daniel Hamilton; Benjamin Parkinson; John Holcroft; Richard Holcroft; William McKinley; William Southerland; Alexander Fulton; John Mitchel; William Bradford; Thomas Spiers.
December 3, 1792 Receipt of Joseph Howell for pay due to Ann Vorhees wife of Abraham Vorhees Ann Voorhees Joseph Howell Ann Voorhees received one half dollar on account of her husband Abraham's pay.