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June 11, 1800 Cooperation from the Bank of Boston Alexander Hamilton Arnold Welles Hamilton informs Welles, the President of the Boston branch of the Bank of the US, that he has on hand a number of large bills which it is necessary to have exchanged in Boston quickly so that the troops can be paid prior to disbandment.
December 27, 1798 Coming Elections for Baltimore Branch Bank James McHenry Thomas Willing McHenry writes Willing on behalf of one of the directors of the Baltimore Branch Bank, who would like to continue in the role of director and would like Willing's help in the coming election.
July 17, 1794 Business at the Branch Bank of New York Joseph Howell Jonathan Dayton The business at the Bank has been settled for Dayton and the General but a draft on the Branch Bank of New York cannot be obtained unless Dayton directs the money to be transmitted to the Branch.
July 21, 1794 Post Notes and Remittance of Money Jonathan Dayton Joseph Howell Methods of payment addressed in detail. Post notes remit in lieu of branch bank notes.
June 22, 1798 Receipt of Money from Branch Bank Constant Freeman William Simmons Freeman returned from Charleston and received money from cashier of branch bank for pay of militia. Matters regarding the payment of officers as advised by the Attorney General and the Secretary of War discussed.
August 28, 1794 Counterfeiting the Notes of Branch Banks Joseph Howell Constant Freeman As regards the counterfeiting of the notes of the Branch Banks of Baltimore and Charleston, the Cashier of the Bank of the United States has provided four sheets of impressions of five and ten dollar notes which may help to detect the fraud.
December 20, 1799 Applying for Another Line of Honest Business Charles de Kraffs Samuel Hodgdon de Kraffs asks for Hodgdon's recommendation for a position in a business in one or another honest branch. He has had extensive employment in surveying and drawing until the unhappy time when the fever infected Philadelphia and has had little success in the land business. He has a large family and has had promises from several gentleman but still would like Hodgdon's help.
July 17, 1797 Cover for a draft William Simmons James Van Ingen Cover letter for a draft on the Branch Bank of New York.
February 2, 1799 McHenry writes to Willing on behalf of Mr. Getlings James McHenry Thomas Willing Secretary McHenry requests that Thomas Willing comply with the wishes of the director of Branch Bank of Baltimore, Mr. Getling.
April 30, 1795 Timothy Pickering to Arnoldus Vanderhorst Timothy Pickering Arnoldus Vanderhorst Apologies for delay in response to letter pertaining to French privateer and defense of frontier. Instructions for receiving reimbursement. Money for Mr. Seagrove's expenses now lies in the branch bank of South Carolina.
January 19, 1795 Large Amount of Shot and Iron Timothy Pickering Samuel Hodgdon Pickering discusses a large quantity of shot and iron.
March 21, 1798 Large Box Containing Soldiers' Clothing, Etc. Samuel Hodgdon Isaac Craig Letter, discusses storing Army uniforms.
December 17, 1800 Monetary instructions for James Powell Samuel Dexter James Powell Dexter directs Powell to make a deposit in the Branch Bank at Charleston.
September 16, 1799 Letter from the Accountant of the War Department William Simmons Archibald Creary Simmons notifies Creary that funds were deposited for his use in the Branch Bank of Providence.
April 1, 1800 Balance Due the 14th Regiment, Etc. Alexander Hamilton Nathan Rice Hamilton assures Col. Rice that the balance due the 14th Regiment has been forwarded to the Paymaster on the Branch Bank Boston.
August 7, 1799 Letter from the Accountant of the War Department William Simmons Archibald Creary Simmons informs Creary that funds are allocated for use on the fortifications at New Port.
May 30, 1799 Letter from the Accountant of the War Department William Simmons Archibald Creary Simmons informs Creary of a disbursement of funds to the Branch Bank at New Port. These funds are at Creary's disposal for expenses related to fortifications.
December 29, 1794 Report on the Militia of the United States William Giles House of Representatives Congressman William Branch Giles (VA) communication to the House of Representatives. Giles headed a committee to prepare a plan for the better organizing, arming, and disciplining the militia. Concludes that the militia suffer from want of a competent source of spplying arms. Resolves that the former act entitled, "An act more effectually to provide for the national defence, by establishing an...
May 8, 1798 Letter from the Accountant of the War Department William Simmons Constant Freeman Simmons informs Freeman that pay for the militia and scouts of Georgia has been placed in branch bank of Charleston.
November 15, 1799 Permission for Permanent Fortifications Alexander Hamilton James Wilkinson Major General Alexander Hamilton informs General James Wilkinson that permanent fortifications should not be erected without the sanction of the executive. Hamilton understands the strong considerations which has led him to erect the fort at Loftus's Height, but the executive branch must be involved.
June 30, 1794 Contract with Samuel Hughes for iron cannon Tench Coxe Alexander Hamilton Letter from the Commissioner of the Revenue, informing Secretary Hamilton that the contract with Samuel Hughes for iron cannon will require an advance of $8,000, which he wishes to receive at the Baltimore branch of the Bank of the United States.
August 26, 1794 A Need for Large Paper Samuel Lewis Samuel Hodgdon Lewis requests that his son be given some large paper like the kind that Capt. Hill used for the purpose of drawing plans of cannon. Major [John] Stagg requests a set of drawings for Tench Cox.
November 14, 1799 Procuring a Large Iron Press of Suitable Construction David Ames Samuel Hodgdon Ames observes that a large iron press of suitable construction would be useful in punching locks and mounting and patterns might be cut with less trouble. Since it is very difficult to obtain good castings, Hodgdon is asked to procure one made after the pattern of Mr. MacCarmoth in Philadelphia. If it is constructed for strength and usefullness it can be sent it to New York or New Haven as soon...
June 17, 1799 Articles of Supply, Bounty Money, and Advance Pay Alexander Hamilton James McHenry Hamilton notes that in the case of the beginning of a new branch of service it will be necessary to waive the usual forms but he will send a statement of the articles of supply needed for each regiment. He will address the additional bounty money needed for each regiment and will inform McHenry later of his decision on an advance of pay.
June 29, 1795 Bills in Hodgdon's Favor Being Settled Jonathan Dayton Samuel Hodgdon Dayton mentions to Hodgdon,a letter from Israel Ludlow which informs him that the bills drawn in Hodgdon's favor for $1500 have been presented and paid. Dayton requests that Hodgdon discharge a draft for the sum of $560 in favor of Clement Biddle and transmit the surplus to a New York branch bank.