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July 20, 1798 Receipts for Major John B. Buel John Chester William Simmons Letter, encloses three receipts of Major John H. Buel agreeably to directions of Accountant's letter of July 9, 1798.
July 14, 1791 Letter from the Secretary at War Henry Knox Capt. Buel The Secretary at War orders Captain Buel to embark aboard naval shipping to New Brunswick.
November 1, 1800 Delivery of Clothing Joseph Williams Samuel Hodgdon Enclosed is a return of clothing issued to Major Buel for the recruiting service the delivery of which should be sanctioned by Hodgdon. Williams has received no return from Buel respecting other articles he may need. The remainder of the clothing will be sent down the river to Hartford and then on to Colonel Stevens at New York.
April 26, 1800 Certification of payment; Messrs. A. Buel and D. Greenleaf for manufacture of cavalry swords, scabbards, and belts at Hartford Connecticut William Simmons James McHenry Certification of payment; $133.40 to Messrs. A. Buel and D. Greenleaf for manufacture of cavalry swords, scabbards, and belts at Hartford Connecticut, agreeably to contract with Department of War.
September 18, 1791 Every Possible Exertion Shall be Made Arthur St. Clair Henry Knox St. Clair informs Knox of his readiness for the approaching campaign including preparations for the shelter of the troops during the winter months.
October 12, 1791 Supplies for Militia John Harris Samuel Hodgdon Newly arrived militia required supplies, specifics listed.
August 14, 1800 Lyman is Dangerously Sick, Etc. Joseph Williams Samuel Hodgdon Williams will contact Major Buel to request a return of all articles wanted for recruits. A return of the articles from Oxford will soon be furnished if Williams' health allows it. Samuel Lyman is dangerously sick. The palpitations of his heart cause the doctors to suspect his case may be incurable.
June 13, 1800 Arms & Accoutrements Alexander Hamilton Nathan Rice Rice is ordered to furnish Capt. Amos Stoddard arms and accoutrements for twenty men with two horsemen's tents and sixteen private tents. Like articles with also be supplied to Major Buel in whatever quantities he may require.
October 6, 1791 Movement of Troops, Possession of Stores Isaac Craig Henry Knox Updates and request for information in troops movement. Messrs. Turnbull and Marmie selling off stores, very ill natured about property rights.
January 3, 1799 Returns from the Post at Pittsburgh Isaac Craig Samuel Hodgdon Craig soon expects to transmit a return for the period through 1798 but those of the Commissary Department he is particularly anxious to settle. So far he has not been able to obtain the vouchers for issues at Marietta. The provisions at that post are charged to Joseph Buel who was recommended by the commander, Colonel Sproat.
September 3, 1799 Discussion of Swords and Process to Proof Swords for Officers James McHenry William Simmons Discussion of contract for swords, scabbards, and belts and process to proof swords. Plan to allow extra measures to outfit officers
March 5, 1800 Management of Indian Affairs, Etc. Alexander Hamilton James Wilkinson Hamilton sends Wilkinson information regarding the organization of four regiments. He discusses some appointments and the best methods for implementing the reorganization. Caution is urged regarding separating the management of Indian affairs from the military and confining it to the Superintendents and their agents.
February 25, 1799 Dam from Virginia to the Island on the Potomac Joseph Nourse Samuel Hodgdon Colonel Buel is recommended as being better acquainted with the water than most people so he should be consulted on the projected dam to be established from Virginia to the island on the Potomac.
January 8, 1799 Letter Citation Jeremiah Wadsworth James McHenry Cited in McHenry to Wadsworth, 01/15/1799. Advises McHenry that contractors have completed manufacture of one thousand swords and desire that they be inspected before they are delivered. The contractors want a contract for another one thousand swords.
January 15, 1799 Instructions for Inspection of New Swords, Scabbards, & Belts James McHenry Jeremiah Wadsworth Informs Wadsworth of arrangements to inspect an order of new swords, scabbards, and belts. Asks Wadsworth to act as middleman in communicating this to the contractors.
April 28, 1800 Account for Majors Buell and Greenleaf, Cavalry Swords William Simmons Samuel Hodgdon Major Buel and Major Greenleaf paid for one thousand cavalry swords with their scabbards and belts manufactured by them at Hartford Connecticut.
October 6, 1791 Lack of Intermediate Posts Arthur St. Clair Henry Knox St. Clair informs Knox that his army has marched from the recently named Fort Hamilton and his numbers, exclusive of militia, are at two thousand. It is so late in the year that there is no time to build intermediate posts, the lack of which may prove harmful if the army has to march to the Miami villages.
January 3, 1800 Craig discusses military stores and shipment with Hodgdon Isaac Craig Samuel Hodgdon Major Craig informs Samuel Hodgdon of his intent to send returns by next post. Craig also mentions Pittsburgh's public commemoration of General Washington.
February 6, 1786 Report on Colonel Shreve's Recruiting Accounts Caleb Swan John Pierce Report on the state of Colonel Shreve's recruiting accounts for the year 1777. Lists company Captains in the regiment.
September 1788 Captain Power's claim H. Henly Joseph Howell Discusses Captain Power's claim against Henly.
November 28, 1786 Account of Public Securities Delivered Jonathan Phillips John Pierce Oliver Wolcott Discusses accounts of public securities delivered to Mr. Jonathan Phillips.
July 3, 1796 Reports Activity of Captain Lewis and Captain Bruff James McHenry George Washington Has been anxiously awaiting Captain Lewis. Reports movement of Captain Bruff's company of artillery and arrival at West Point.
November 16, 1791 Positive Report for Captain Hudang Joseph Shaylor Samuel Hodgdon Reports attention of Captain Hudang to the duties of his command.
April 8, 1785 Memorial of Captain Wyley and Captain Jordan for commutation Joseph Howell John Pierce Refers to Captain Stong and the memorial of Captain Wyley and Captain Jordan for commutation with a resolve of congress.
March 24, 1799 Recommendation of Captain Freeman George Ingersoll Alexander Hamilton Ingersoll recommends Captain Freeman to replace Captain Littlefield as commander of the company.