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Date Title Author Recipient Summary
September 25, 1800 Delivery of Artillery Hats Samuel Hodgdon John Harris Letter, directs delivery of Artillery hats to John Wilkins, Quarter Master General, to be delivered to Colonel Ebenezer Stevens.
December 11, 1794 Payment for artillery hats Tench Coxe Alexander Hamilton The Commissioner of the Revenue requests that a duplicate warrant be issued in favor of Joel Gibbs for the sum of $208 in payment for artillery hats delivered by him agreeably to contract.
September 30, 1794 Money for artillerists' hats Tench Coxe Alexander Hamilton Letter from the Commissioner of the Revenue, requesting a warrant for $100 in favor of Joel Gibbs. Gibbs has a contract for 768 hats for the artillerists.
August 12, 1794 Pattern for Hats Joel Gibbs Samuel Hodgdon Gibbs has made a pattern for the hats for the artillery which he hopes will meet with Hodgdon's approbation.
October 8, 1794 Enclosed contracts Tench Coxe Alexander Hamilton The Commissioner of the Revenue encloses the contracts for rations, supplies, cartridge boxes, cannon, howitzers, artillery coats and hats, etc.
January 24, 1793 Request of Hats by Secretaries of Treasury and War John Stagg Samuel Hodgdon The Secretary of the Treasury requests arrangement of hats ordered from contractors Danacker and Young. The Secretary of War requests attention for arrangements for the protection of the hats from any damage.
November 7, 1799 Delivery of Clothing Samuel Hodgdon John Harris Orders to ship uniforms for Littlefield's Artillery company.
October 24, 1794 Money for contractors Tench Coxe Alexander Hamilton The Commissioner of the Revenue states that Brown & Francis (contractors) have received only $5400 of the required $8000. Also requests a payment of $250 to Joe Gibbs for artillerists hats delivered by him.
July 8, 1800 Purchase of hand tools, iron and artillery hats Samuel Hodgdon Israel Whelen Letter, directs purchase of hand tools, iron, and Artillery hats.
October 18, 1800 Return Showing the Whole Amount of Clothing in Store John Harris [not available] Stores, return of clothing in store.
July 3, 1795 Demand for Hats [not available] Samuel Hodgdon Bryan writes Hodgdon to complain about an apparently insistent claim by Hodgdon for a large number of hats. Bryan claims that this is a significant imposition which is detrimental to his interests. Bryan also suggests the possibility of a lawsuit to achieve some form of redress.
October 10, 1794 Trimming for Officers' Hats Bezaleel Howe Samuel Hodgdon Captain Howe observes that he is completing the hats and cockaids for his company and notes that his officers need trimming for their hats. To meet this need, he requires lace and hat bands with tassels.
December 29, 1798 Receipt of clothing for the use of recruits Amos Stoddard George Washington Duncan Receipt for articles of clothing for recruits, including artillery hats, private coats, overalls, shoes, shirts, socks, and blankets.
June 5, 1795 Clothing for the Artillery Recruits Under Lt. Tallman John Stagg Samuel Hodgdon The contractor for furnishing the recruits at Trenton has been directed to provide private's suits, knapsacks, and canteens for the artillery recruits under Lieutenant Tallman.If there are no hats available, the clothing should be sent without them. The agent at Trenton should also provide tents to shelter the men since they do not have barracks.
April 8, 1786 Hats for the troops William Ferguson Samuel Hodgdon Ferguson's report on the hats made for the troops being raised for service on the frontier. They are too small and of deficient quality.
May 22, 1799 Hats Destitute of Cockades and Loops Alexander Hamilton Aaron Ogden "It has happened in one instance which has come to my knowledge that the hats sent on for the recruits has been destitute of cockades and loops. In a similar cse I authorize you to procure the deficiencies to be supplied and I will take care that the expense is defrayed. Where there is an agent of the War Department, you will first apply to him to have what is necessary done; but you will at all...
January 24, 1793 Letter from the Secretary of Treasury to Secretary of War relative to precautions for supply of hats Alexander Hamilton Henry Knox Secretary of Treasury forwards letter from Mr Miller, inspector of clothing, regarding the necessity of certain precautions for the preservation of hats. Miller is concerned about the lack of storage facilities for the 1500 hats; that they are liable to moth damage. He recommends that they be packed in cases or dry casks.
May 10, 1785 Contents of the Brigantine Irish Samuel Hodgdon Nicholas Fish Lists the military contents of the Brigantine Irish.
August 13, 1798 Delivery of Supplies James McHenry John Harris Orders to deliver uniforms, hats, knapsacks, etc.
March 10, 1794 Inferior Quality of Hats & Shoes Anthony Wayne Henry Knox Wayne discusses the inferior quality of the hats and shoes of the soldiery. A large proportion of the hats are not much better than stiffened blankets and the shoes are not equal to the common shoes issued during the previous year.
November 19, 1794 Money for hats Tench Coxe Alexander Hamilton The Commissioner of the Revenue reports that Joel Gibbs has delivered 132 hats, at the rate of 102 cents per hat. Requests a warrant for 134 dollars, to be issued in Gibbs's favor.
May 7, 1792 Clothing for Elliott's Men John Stagg William Knox Knox is directed to issue to Lt. Elliott , of the Artillery, two sergeants, and ten privates complete suits of clothing. He also needs a drum and fifte.
December 3, 1799 Request for Issue of Artillerists' Hats & Shoes for New York Shipment James McHenry John Harris Directs issue of artillerists' hats and shoes for transport to New York.
July 3, 1795 Two Casks for Major Tousard, Etc. Samuel Hodgdon Alexander Thompson By order of the Secretary of War, Hodgdon has shipped to Captain Thompson's address the articles mentioned in the enclosed invoice. Two casks for Major Tousard have been consigned to Thompson with a request that he will send them to Tousard by the first conveyance that is available after they are received.
August 20, 1798 Delivery of Supplies James McHenry John Harris Orders to deliver hats, uniforms, blankets, etc to Fort Mifflin.