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Date Title Author Recipient Summary
March 22, 1797 Account closed William Simmons Abraham Hunt Notifies Hunt that he has received a certificate at the War Office that will allow him to close Hunt's account.
March 26, 1794 Store at Lamberton for rent Moore Furman Abraham Hunt Furman states that his store at Lamberton is available for public use at a reasonable rent. He describes the dimensions and the various stories and asserts that it would be suitable for receiving and delivering goods and is available to vessels without any porterage. Major [Abraham] Hunt lives next door and could take charge of it.
February 14, 1797 Letter Citation Abraham Hunt William Simmons Cited in Simmons to Hunt 03/22/1797
March 18, 1797 Accounts and receipts William Simmons Richard Harrison Sends extracts of the accounts of Abraham Hunt, Elias Dayton, and John Hopkins who are "considerably indebted" to the U. S. Requests the receipts they claim to have sent to the Treasury.
March 29, 1794 Letter Citation Samuel Hodgdon Abraham Hunt Cited in Hunt to Hodgdon, 03/31/1794.
March 26, 1794 Store Available for rent at Lamberton Abraham Hunt Samuel Hodgdon Hunt has applied to Moore Furman about the store he has available at Lamberton. He replied with the enclosed letter in which the size of the store [24' x 32'] is stated. The rent should be reasonable so Hunt wants to know if Hodgdon is interested.
September 14, 1794 Wagons for Pennsylvania troops Alexander Hamilton Samuel Hodgdon Secretary Hamilton writes that Abraham Hunt has informed him that he can procure wagons as far as Reading, Pennsylvania, but not further. Therefore advices Hodgdon to immediately send on a person to engage wagons to take the troops up at Reading. Governor Richard Howell of New Jersey will send the rest of the Jersey militia.
November 29, 1791 Requests Tents, Knapsacks, Overalls, Arms, and Accouterments John Stagg William Knox The Secretary of War requests sufficient number of tents, knapsacks, and overalls for Captain Cass's detachment of new recruits in New Brunswick. Requests arms and accouterments be forwarded by water to Trenton to Abraham Hunt.
March 31, 1794 Grain at Furman's Store Abraham Hunt Samuel Hodgdon At the present [Moore] Furman's store has grain in it but it should be ready for public use by Monday.
January 31, 1797 Accounting for money received William Simmons Abraham Hunt Requests that Hunt provide his account and vouchers for monies received from the War Office so that Simmons can close his account
May 5, 1794 Subsistence Pay due Major Thomas Hunt's Wife Joseph Howell Mrs. Hunt In accordance with the Major Thomas Hunt's request, $150 has been remitted to Nathaniel Gorham to be paid to Mrs. Hunt for the subsistence due her late husband.
August 1, 1793 Estimate for Supplies and Services for the Military Stores Department Quartermaster General's Department [not available] From Quartermaster General's Dept. and Commissary of Military Stores Dept. Account Book. Estimates for listed supplies and services in the Military Stores Department
September 30, 1800 Receipt for Payment for Advances Made by Abijah Hunt [not available] [not available] Jesse Hunt received $18,500 in full of the advance made by Abijah Hunt to William R. Boote, Paymaster 3d Regiment.
March 19, 1799 Officers Detailed for a Court Martial Aaron Ogden Alexander Hamilton Ogden warns that Capt. Robert Hunt is in critical condition from a coughing fit that burst a blood vessel in his lung so he won't be able to attend the Court Martial. He is uncertain which officers will attend since he not heard from all those who have been detailed to attend.
October 5, 1798 Major Hunt's Account Samuel Hodgdon Peter Hunt Hodgdon thanks Hunt for his promptness in settling his business and informs him of another account with an order in Hunt's favor.
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.
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 2, 1794 Major Hunt's Accounting Failures Francis Mentges Samuel Hodgdon Mentges comments on Peter Hunt's failure to obtain Mentges's signature for many of the articles he has delivered but he will require Hunt's adjutant to provide an exact return before he leaves Trenton.
September 27, 1794 Regimental Returns, Etc. Joseph Bloomfield Henry Knox The regimental returns show that there are 504 non-commissioned officers, privates, and officers at Trenton including 178 in the artillery.
July 11, 1794 Account of Peter Hunt Samuel Hodgdon Peter Hunt Hodgdon discusses details of Hunt's account.
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.
April 9, 1794 Compensation Should Match the Charge Peter Hunt Samuel Hodgdon Hunt will follow Hodgdon's directions to the letter but reminds him that this is a considerable charge which Hodgdon should keep in mind when deciding on Hunt's compensation.
August 11, 1797 Money Transit Thomas Hunt James McHenry Hunt requested money being transmitted regarding the balance of Mr. Pope and his brother be stopped for fear of its loss. Hunt requested McHenry's clerk enclosed a receipt signed by an Indian and witnessed by a white person for money given out to detect a deserter.
August 27, 1794 The Cost of Military Supplies in New Jersey Alexander Hamilton Abraham Hunt Hamilton argues that superintendance is required of the business of supplying the militia during their march through New Jersey in order to ensure that the public is not charged unreasonable prices. For example, the current price for rations at Trenton is too high.