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February 11, 1792 Accommodations and Supplies Henry Knox Isaac Craig Accommodations for Capt. Cass. Orders to have contractor supply Fort Franklin. Capt. Baldwin sent on a mission to Cornplanter and other chiefs anticipating they will travel to Philadelphia. Orders to provide transportation for chiefs if necessary. Enclosed letter to Wilkinson to be forwarded.
January 8, 1800 Lt. Baldwin's Application for Furlough William S. Smith Alexander Hamilton Lt. Baldwin's second application for a furlough due to ill health is confirmed by Dr. Douglass who says that Baldwin's complaint is syphilis which has contaminated his whole system and rendered him unfit for service.
June 14, 1790 Application for Supernumerary Pay Joseph Howell Henry Knox Discusses the application of Captain Daniel Baldwin, of the New Jersey Line, for supernumerary pay.
November 28, 1799 Can My Brother Isaac Fill the Vacancy? F. Waterman Timothy Banger Waterman apologizes for declining Banger's offer to fill the vacancy in the military stores but he recommends that his brother Isaac be considered for the same position.
November 18, 1788 Application of Aaron Swetland Joseph Howell Oliver Wolcott, Jr. Discusses application of Aaron Swetland of Colonel Baldwin's Regiment of Artificers for balance due him. Mentions allegations of fraud.
July 17, 1798 Concerning an invoice for muskets and ammunition John Habersham Samuel Hodgdon Discusses invoice and bill of lading for muskets and ammunition delivered on the Schooner John.
January 8, 1801 Simmons Informing Baldwin of the Posession of Particular Pay and Muster Rolls as well as the Allowance Given to Scouts in Georgia William Simmons Abraham Baldwin Simmons writes Mr. Baldwin to inform him that the pay and muster rolls for certain claims for militia services that are generally deemed "unauthorized" are on file in Simmons' office, and specifically the pay rolls of Captain Abraham Heard, Robert Milton and Allen Stewart of the cavalry are among them. Simmons goes on to inform Baldwin that there is a 5/6ths of a dollar per diem allowance for...
February 10, 1792 Resolving Issues with the Senecas Henry Knox Seneca Chiefs Knox tells New-Arrow, Cornplanter, Big-Log, and other Seneca chiefs that he would like to meet with them in Philadelphia in order to resolve any issues that might stand in the way of friendship between the Senecas and the United States.
April 16, 1788 Certificates of Joseph King John Pierce Captain Thomas Patton Discusses the settlement with Joseph King for the certificates he received as agent for Colonel Baldwin's Regiment.
December 5, 1792 Account of Joseph Thomas Joseph Howell Richard Harrison Certification of pay and service for Joseph Thomas, late of Baldwin's Artificers. Thomas is owed 73 dollars.
December 5, 1792 Account of John Conklin Joseph Howell Richard Harrison Certification of pay and service for John Conklin, late artificer in Colonel Baldwin's Regiment. Conklin is owed 68 dollars.
October 20, 1794 Claim of Corporal Jesse Baldwin Joseph Howell Henry Knox Corporal Jesse Baldwin has made a claim which, though not entirely documented, is such a pittance that it seems he should be paid rather than risk the clamour against the government should his claim be denied.
December 4, 1800 Forwarding Correspondence for Review John Adams Samuel Dexter Encloses correspondence relating to a Mr. Baldwin, a Senator. Asks Dexter to review the matter in question.
February 17, 1791 Man to Instruct Indians on Farming Arthur St. Clair [not available] St. Clair sent U.S. representative [Baldwin] to teach Indians about farming, per request made in Philadelphia.
April 16, 1788 Certificates of Joseph King John Pierce John Avery Letter from the Commissioner of Army Accounts respecting the certificates of Joseph King, late agent of Colonel Baldwin's Regiment under Captain Thomas Patton.
January 13, 1784 Entitlement Claims Jed Baldwin John Pierce Jed Baldwin sends to John Pierce a letter stating his claim to entitlements.
January 11, 1787 Payment of Colonel Baldwin's Regiment John Pierce Oliver Wolcott, Jr. Informs Oliver Wolcott, Jr. that only an abstract of the pay roll exists of the payment of Colonel Baldwin's regiment in 1776, so there is no record of the names of the men in the regiment or those who deserted from it.
August 20, 1798 Letter from Loammi Baldwin asking that Major Jeremiah Clapp be given a position in U.S. Army Loammi Baldwin James McHenry This letter recommends Jeremiah Clapp for a position in the U.S. Army. Major Clapp was in the First Brigade of 3d Division Massachusetts Militia and has conducted with great military propriety in that office. He has natural genius and talent. Baldwin vouches for Clapp's federalist political credentials; he is strong supporter of the government and the constitution.
February 10, 1792 Indian Attacks and Employment of Spies Henry Knox John Jeffers Discussion over attacks from Allegheny Indians. Advised seeking help from Big Tree and other Indians that would defend the U.S. Promised support and supplies from U.S. for all involved. Advised employment of scouts from Fort Franklin to Fort McIntosh with movement to Lake Erie. Request for returns.
August 25, 1786 Petition of Absalom Baird, surgeon John Pierce Charles Thomson The Commissioner for Settling the Accounts of the late Army has reported on the petition of Absalom Baird, who served as a surgeon in Baldwin's Corps of Artificers, requesting commutation in lieu of half pay.
September 19, 1788 Petition of Doctor Baird Joseph Howell Congress of the United States Petition of Doctor Baird before congress asks for commutation of half pay for life. Howell says he is not authorized to grant this without congressional direction.
March 22, 1785 Request for returns William Pennington Joseph Howell Applies on behalf of Major Jeremiah Brown of Colonel Baldwin's artificers requesting returns similar to those of Jersey Regiment.
May 22, 1787 Application of half pay in case of widow of Major Elisha Painter Jeremiah Wadsworth John Pierce Major Elisha Painter was in Colonel Baldwin's Regiment of artificers. He held other ranks in Continental Army. He died at New Haven Connecticut in January 1781 and his widow applies to the state of his half pay. Asks for documents, noting that time is short in reaching deadline for application.
May 31, 1787 Business with Mr. Fenner; Generals Huntington and Putnam; widow of Major Painter Caleb Swan Joseph Howell Has finished up business with Mr. Fenner. Sends copy of Mr. Pierce's letter. Matters relating to General Huntington and General Putnam will rest until Howell's arrival. Mentions Jeremiah Wadsworth on behalf of widow of Major Painter of Baldwin's Regiment.
May 21, 1792 Pay Account of Major General Arthur St. Clair Joseph Howell Unknown Recipient Account and expenses of Major General Arthur St. Clair.