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Date Title Author Recipient Summary
October 20, 1789 Census of Six Nations Giving Numbers and Names of Tribes and Heads of Families at Grand River and on the Ohio Reverend Samuel Kirkland [not available] Census, describes Six Nations population; describes Indian population. The total of the Six Nations population is listed at 3665
September 13, 1794 A Confidential Person Nathan Jones Samuel Hodgdon The Secretary of the Treasury [Alexander Hamilton] requests an express to go Richmond in Virginia and he should be a confidential person.
October 17, 1794 Name of the Person Who Goes Express Samuel Lewis Samuel Hodgdon Lewis asks for the name of the person taking the express the next day and whether he is going to Carlisle. Money is being sent to a recruiting officer at that place and this inquiry is made at the request of Major Stagg.
April 2, 1795 Discussion of Naval Constructor & Construction of Frigates Josiah Fox Captain Thomas Truxtun Letter, discusses Naval constructor; discusses frigate construction.
September 13, 1800 No Recollection of Account or Person Mentioned William Simmons William Wilcocks Simmons denied an acquaintance with Lieutenant Wheeler or any other person presenting Wilcock's account for settlement.
September 29, 1789 Knox writes to Clymer Henry Knox William Clymer Letter, advises re public employment.
January 18, 1799 Suitable Person for Inspecting the Saddlery Work Samuel Dana Samuel Hodgdon Dana has received Hodgdon's note with a description of the proposed pistol. He has responded to Hodgdon's request to locate a suitable gentleman in the Connecticut representation to inspect the saddlery work at New London but is unable to name a person who would be sufficiently responsible in this business.
August 7, 1790 Speech of the Commissioners prior to Signing of the Treaty of New York Commissioners for Indian Affairs in Southern Department [not available] This is the speech of the the Commissioners of the Southern Department prior to the signing of the Treaty of New York with the chiefs of the Creek Nation.
November 28, 1798 Suitable Person to Inspect the Arms Samuel Hodgdon James McHenry Hodgdon recommends Colonel Stevens as the most qualified person to inspect the arms at York.
March 8, 1798 [Receipt for Supplies] Isaac Craig [not available] Stores, receipt for ship supplies sent to Pittsburgh including tar, oakum, half-hour glass, and flags.
August 13, 1784 Concern Charles Thomson Jonathan Bankson Concern about a dissolution of a committee of Congress.
April 24, 1789 Samuel Cooper solicits an appointment from Knox Samuel Cooper Henry Knox Letter, asks for appointment in War Office.
July 18, 1796 Report on a Suspicious Person Arthur St. Clair James McHenry St. Clair reports on the activities of a person suspected of disloyal activities in the West.
May 23, 1793 Request for Assistance of Militia Henry Knox Henry Lee Speaking on behalf of the President, Know addressed issues on uniforms, captured ships, and detaining captured soldiers.
May 6, 1797 Continued Harmony Between Our Nations Don Manuel Gayoso de Lemos Lieutenant Piercy Smith Pope Gayoso de Lemos assures Pope that he continues to be convinced of the harmony that exists between Spain and the United States and strongly condemns the person who has provided information that argues otherwise.
March 8, 1787 Certifying the Certificate John Pierce William Inlay Orders William Imlay to include in his deposition specific information identifying the person, including a description, who presented a certificate for $480 to Imlay's office, the place where he belonged, and the time when it was presented. (Probably relates to counterfeiting)
November 30, 1787 Army Accounts Joseph Howell William Ellery Howell requests an answer from the auditor or comptroller of Rhode Island on the enclosed accounts, but as he doesn't know that person, he sent the letter to several people with the hopes they would forward it to the appropriate person.
April 3, 1799 Challenges Captain Vance's Conduct James McHenry William MacPherson Reports Captain Vance's challenge to a War Department accountant. Requests appointment of another person to lead volunteers and that the Quartermaster General should appoint another person. Believes that actions should be taken against Vance's conduct.
February 6, 1796 Regarding pay in arrears, the costliness of recruiting, discrepencies in pay estimates Caleb Swan William Simmons Happy new year. Soldiers in arrears of pay are few, comparatively speaking. Business of recruiting requires more money. Addresses the difference in calculations of pay between Simmons and Swan.
September 12, 1788 Regarding claim of John Henry Ebert Joseph Howell John Stagg Regarding claim of John Henry Ebert, it appears that he is the same person as Henry Abert and is the person entitled to the land.
September 15, 1795 Regarding receipt rolls William Simmons Alexander Gibson Informs Capt. Gibson that Edward Carrington will pay him. Reminds the Captain that men making their marks on receipt rolls must be witnessed by a respectable person.
February 14, 1798 Procuring, Manufacturing, and Repairing Certain Articles James McHenry Tench Francis McHenry provides a list of articles and wants to know which of them have been procured, where they are deposited, and when the remains may be expected? Also what part of those articles ordered to be manufacutured or repaired have been completed and where are they deposted?
February 23, 1787 Regarding sold certificates John Pierce Samuel Keeler Orders Captain Keeler to reveal the name, organization, and place of abode of the person to whom he sold his certificates including the time and place where they were sold. Likely has to do with counterfeiting.
January 22, 1795 The Pay of Captain Frye & His Recruits Joseph Howell Frederick Frye The Treasurer has remitted to Nathaniel Gorham a sum that will be transmitted to Captain Frye, being the balance of his pay from the date of his acceptance through December 1794. An additional sum will be transmitted for the pay of Frye's recruits from the dates of their enlistments through December 1794. When a recruit makes his mark on the receipt, it must be witnessed by a person of...
May 16, 1794 Conflict between Indians and Georgia militia James Seagrove George Mathews Letter from the Agent for Indian Affairs to the Governor of Georgia. Seagrove had spent 6 months living among the Indians for the purpose of establishing peace, and saw is very irritated by the "rash and lawless conduct" of the militia (led by Major Adams) in attacking the Indians after all his efforts. Seagrove claims that the Indians who were attacked were friendly tribes. The attack was...