Viewing 1–25 of 49 documents: "Archibold Crary"

Date Title Author Recipient Summary
September 5, 1800 Cited letter or document, Samuel Hodgdon to Archibald Crary Samuel Hodgdon Archibald Crary Letter, Citation only
September 18, 1800 Cartridges, Muskets, and Arms Chests at New Port Archibald Crary Samuel Hodgdon Musket cartridges are in the powder house at New Port and arms chests from Springfield are in a store provided for that purpose. Crary also has muskets in arms chests from the contractors who made them. He is keeping them in good order as he awaits directions from the Secretary of War.
July 31, 1800 Credit to Account, with details William Simmons Archibald Creary Accounts for the fortifications at New Port, RI examined and sum passed to the credit of Crary's account. Balance due the United States because of mistakes made on Crary's account records.
February 3, 1801 Settling Crary's Account for the Period Between August 2nd and October 28th 1800 William Simmons Archibald Creary Settling Crary's account for the period between August 2nd and October 28th 1800
December 30, 1799 Letter from the Accountant of the War Department William Simmons Archibald Creary Simmons informs Crary that Major Tousard's vouchers were received. Simmons subsequently issues a new account balance to Crary.
October 13, 1800 Simmons Writing Creary on Monies for the Fortifications at New Port William Simmons Archibald Creary Simmons writes Crary to inform him that the Treasurer of the United States will send him $5000 for the fortifications being erected in New Port, Rhode Island, and asks Crary to forward the requisite receipts.
July 24, 1799 Letter to Mr. Crary Isaac Senter Archibald Crary Letter from Isaac Senter to ARchibald Crary. Image not available.
November 13, 1800 Simmons Confirming Receipt of Crary's Letter of October 20th and Accounts Relating to the Fortifications of New Port William Simmons Archibald Creary Simmons received Crary's letter of October 20th which contained accounts for expenditures relating to the fortifications at Newport for August, September, and October. Reference to War Department fire.
December 27, 1799 Letter from the Accountant of the War Department William Simmons Archibald Creary Simmons informs Crary that his accounts will be examined once Major Tousard's certificate is received.
July 16, 1800 Remit Sum by Treasurer William Simmons Archibald Creary Treasurer to remit sum to Crary for the fortifications at New Port, RI.
September 4, 1800 Remit Sum by Treasurer William Simmons Archibald Creary Simmons notified Crary that the treasurer will send him a sum for the fortifications at New Port, RI.
May 7, 1800 Notification of Warrant Issued William Simmons Archibald Creary Warrant issued by the Secretary of War in favor of Crary for the fortifications at New Port, RI.
November 29, 1799 Letter from the Accountant of the War Department William Simmons James McHenry Simmons asks the Secretary at War to attest to the propriety of land acquisitions made by Archibald Crary. Crary is the agent for fortifications in New Port, Rhode Island.
August 3, 1799 RE Army Supplies, Quarters, and Pay James McHenry Alexander Hamilton Routine instructions and correspondence concerning Army supplies, quarters, and pay
August 19, 1800 Credit to Account, with details William Simmons Archibald Creary Accounts for the fortifications at New Port,RI examined and credit to account given. Remaining balance due the United States which differs from the sum stated by Crary.
August 19, 1800 Update to Books William Simmons Samuel Hodgdon Simmons updated Hodgdon on the account of Archibald Crary. Crary received a credit to the account of fortifications at New Port, RI. Specifically, the purchase of articles for the fortifications delivered to Lieutenant Peter Dransy. Saddles and harnesses for horse carts and a smith's anvil.
November 30, 1799 Letter from the Accountant of the War Department William Simmons Archibald Creary Simmons directs Crary to submit the deeds he obtained from the purchase of land in New Port to the Accountant's Office.
February 3, 1801 Crediting Hodgdon's Accounts William Simmons Samuel Hodgdon Accounts of Archibald Crary as agent of fortifications at New Port, has received credit on books;
June 26, 1798 Most Efficient Route to Springfield Samuel Hodgdon John Bryant Arms will be shipped to Archibald Crary at Springfield and forwarded to Providence. Hodgdon discusses the most efficient route for transporting them.
July 31, 1800 Notification of Updated Entries, with details William Simmons Samuel Hodgdon Simmons updated Hodgdon on the credit to Crary's account for the fortifications at New Port, RI. Simmons requested Hodgdon update the books of the Superintendent of Military Stores.
July 25, 1799 Letter to the Secretary of War Archibald Crary James McHenry Letter from Archibald Crary to James McHenry, Secretary of War. Image not available.
April 7, 1794 Expressing relief that Congress is acting in the face of British depredations upon American ships Archibald Crary Benjamin Brown Crary expresses relief that Congress is taking action on account of the British depredations upon American shipping. Crary does not believe the British courts will be friendly or sympathetic, and British merchants are also acting selfishly. Crary illustrates an incident involving a Bermudan privateer and the impossibility of obtaining compensation in the case of a captured vessel. He feels war...
December 24, 1799 Letter from the Accountant of the War Department William Simmons Archibald Creary Simmons provides a balance of Crary's accounts as agent of fortifications at New Port. This letter encloses a statement of differences.
December 1, 1800 Simmons Informs Williams of a Balance of $13194.46 Remaining in his Hands William Simmons Joseph Williams Simmons informs Williams that his account and receipts for expenditures at the Springfield Armory for the quarter ending September 30th have been examined, and a balance of $13194.46 has been found to be remaining in Williams' hands. Included in this settlement is $8200 paid to William's attorney, as well as a deduction of $25 for freight from Hartford to New Port, R.I., which was delivered to...
May 27, 1799 Cited letter or document, Unknown Author to Unknown Recipient Unknown Author Unknown Recipient Citation only.