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Date Title Author Recipient Summary
June 7, 1784 Request for a warrant John Pierce J. H. Morris Requests a warrant for one thousand dollars to cover expenses incurred while acting as Commissioner for Settling the Army Accounts.
June 5, 1795 Sugar & Spirits but No Indian Goods, Etc. Isaac Craig Samuel Hodgdon Craig has received an invoice of Indian goods but has received only sugar and spirits and no Indian goods. He has drawn on Hodgdon a sum to be paid to Oliver Ormsby, merchant at Pittsburgh. He still needs five thousand dollars for clothing for Colonel Butler's men since he currently has only sixteen pairs of linen overalls for more than two hundred men.
September 2, 1794 Inventory of Goods for Militia Alexander Hamilton Samuel Hodgdon Request for information on goods for militia in case it became necessary to send them on a march.
April 26, 1793 Invoice of Indian Goods James O'Hara Samuel Hodgdon O'Hara acknowledges receipt of Hodgdon's letter of the 20 April covering $13,000 in bank notes. He thanks Hodgdon for the attention to his business. If O'Hara's invoice of Indian goods can be disposed of, it will serve him essentially.
June 28, 1792 Transporting Goods for the Conference at Nashville William Blount Henry Knox Governor Blount describes the difficulties in transporting the public goods intended for the conference with the Chickasaws and Choctaws at Nashville.
January 18, 1799 [Receipt for transportation of goods from Philadelphia to Harper's Ferry.] United States John Allison Receipt for transportation of goods from Philadelphia to Harper's Ferry.
July 1, 1797 Report from Foster to McHenry: What to do with the goods contracted for sale by government to supply to the Indians? Anthony Foster James McHenry Foster tells McHenry that he is in a quandary regarding what to do with the goods that he had contracted with the government to supply to the Indians. Since the country people have little interest in these goods, Foster says he has little chance of selling them. Since there is no Superintendent to authorize the issuance of the goods to the Indians, they must remain on hand unless the government...
June 30, 1797 Letter sent to the Secretary of War regarding delivery of Indian goods William Simmons David Henley Informs Henley that he has delivered his letter with an account of goods delivered to the Indians to the Secretary of War. Cited in Simmons to Henley, 07/28/1797.
February 28, 1800 Commissary of Indian goods David Strong [not available] Asks for issue of coating for an Ottawa Chief and blankets for the use of the laboratory.
September 26, 1797 Goods to and from Savannah and Augusta Samuel Lewis Edward Price The Secretary of War has declared that until a permanent arrangement can be made for the transportation of goods to and from Augusta and Savannah, Price can employ the persons he mentioned in his recent letter.
October 5, 1799 Goods for the Shawnee Arthur St. Clair Chiefs of the Shawnees The goods which St. Clair had arranged to have available for the Shawnee at Fort Miami will be at Fort Wayne instead.
October 3, 1794 Goods for Hanley Daniel Ball Samuel Hodgdon Ball has received the goods intended for Hanley in good order and paid the freight. They will be sent on in two or three days.
March 15, 1799 Paying an annuity to the Indian tribes James McHenry John Harris McHenry directs Harris to write up a statement of what is to be paid—in goods form—to the various Indian tribes as part of their annuity. McHenry also informs Harris to clearly separate the packages of each individual tribe and draw up invoices to be sent both to the Secretary of War as well as to the Indian tribes.
August 21, 1792 Protection of Peace with Indians Rufus Putnam Henry Knox Due to the low state of river, all goods hauled by wagon which will increase cost and time of transportation. Man named Harden advertising for volunteers to help him strike against the Indians, Putnam believed he would murder Indians and disrupt all peace. Pushes for "proper measures" to be taken against the man who insults the authority of the United States.
March 17, 1788 Letter to the Commissioner of Commissary Stores John Warren Samuel Hodgdon Letter to the Commissioner of Commissary Stores; discusses settlements and accounts.
November 24, 1796 Directing Harris to Deliver Indian Goods to Hodgdon James McHenry John Harris McHenry directs Harris to deliver Samuel Hodgdon the Indian goods that are slated for transport to Tennessee.
October 6, 1789 Account of Goods for treating with the Southern Indians. John Meals [not available] Account of goods for treating with the Indians.
July 10, 1793 Requesting Prices of Indian Goods and Transportation from Philadelphia to Pittsburg Federal Commissioners Treaty at Sandusky Henry Knox Commissioners for Sandusky Conference request price of all Indian goods and cost of transportation from Philadelphia to Pittsburg.
July 9, 1799 Military Stores Invoice of Goods John Harris Edward Wright Letter covering an invoice of military stores being shipped to Fort Wilkinson in Georgia for trading with the Southern Indians. The letter discusses the amounts the agents are to charge for the goods.
August 7, 1797 New Commissioner James McHenry George Walton Butler appointed Commissioner to reopen negotiations with Cherokees for peace treaty and land rights.
September 15, 1786 Letter from the Commissioner of Army Accounts John Pierce Treasury Department The Commissioner of Army Accounts writes to the Board of the Treasury discussing accounts and Lieutenant Charles Stockley, Paymaster to the Line.
December 9, 1797 Sales of Furs and Skins by James Seagrove William Simmons Unknown Recipient Sales of furs and skins by James Seagrove, Superintendent of Indians Affairs to the Creek Nation, being on account of the United States the same having been received in pay for goods furnished to Indians and factors from the public goods in his possession at a time when they could not purchase Indians goods in Georgia.
August 26, 1786 Letter from the Commissioner of Army Accounts John Pierce Oliver Wolcott, Jr. Illegible letter from the Commissioner of Army Accounts and Paymaster General. Pierce was appointed by Congress for settling the pay accounts of the Revolutionary War Army.
September 6, 1795 Request for Delineation of Duties as Indian Commissioner Jeremiah Wadsworth Timothy Pickering Appears to be noting the particular information needed by an Indian commissioner to accomplish his duties; complains that he will not have time to wait for a reply from Pickering, as he must rush to Albany to meet the other commissioners. Requests that Pickering send a reply to that city.
February 25, 1790 Letter from the Commissioner of Army Accounts Joseph Howell William Duer Letter from the Commissioner of Army Accounts on the subject of individual state accounts and certificates.