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Date Title Author Recipient Summary
February 7, 1797 Ballast for Revenue Cutter Mr. Jones Josiah Fox Letter, discusses ballast for Revenue Cutter.
March 29, 1797 Delivery of 25 Tous Kentledge James McHenry John Harris Orders to deliver 25 kentledge for use of revenue cutter.
July 12, 1798 Accompanying Revenue Cutter May Not Be Ready to Sail Benjamin Stoddert Captain John Barry Informs Barry that a revenue cutter designated to join Barry's USS United States may not be ready in time to do so; forwards correspondence.
July 16, 1798 Letter to the Superintendent of Military Stores Stephen Higginson Samuel Hodgdon Mentions receipt of bundles of colors intended for the Herald, the new cutter being built at Newbury.
July 17, 1786 Claims for pay George Stevens John Pierce Claims for pay due soldiers in Philadelphia
April 6, 1798 Six Pounder Guns for the Use of the Revenue Cutter Samuel Hodgdon James McHenry Hodgdon discusses six-pounder iron replacement guns for the use of the revenue cutter.
February 7, 1797 On the availability of spare kentledge for the revenue cutter [not available] Oliver Wolcott, Jr. There is no more kentledge on hand than will be required for the frigate building at Philadelphia and Baltimore. Therefore, no kentledge can be spared for the revenue cutter.
February 14, 1797 Statement of Stores of Kentledge [Ballast]; Request for Kentledge for Revenue Cutter Samuel Hodgdon Josiah Fox Stores, describes amount of Kentledge on hand; asks for 16 tons kentledge for cutter.
May 20, 1790 Joy makes recommendation to Knox George Joy Henry Knox Letter, recommends applicant for command of a Cutter.
May 27, 1797 Guns Wanted for the Revenue Cutter John Stagg Samuel Hodgdon In July 1794 Hodgdon was directed to receive from Captain Dale nine six-pounders and one four-pounder, with their carriages, that were taken from the armed ship "Vanstable," alias "Chickamauga," that was illegally equipped for war. The Secretary of War believes that there will be impropriety in providing those same guns for the use of the Revenue Cutter.
July 1, 1797 Howitzers for the Revenue Cutter "Virginia" James McHenry John Harris Harris is asked to deliver four iron howitizers to Captain Francis Bright for the use of the revenue cutter "Virginia," for which Bright is to be held accountable.
August 21, 1798 Submission of Bill from Cutter Under Command of Chapman Jonathan Chapman James McHenry Letter, encloses quarter bill, watch bill, boarding, and mess lists of the officers and crew of the United States Cutter Pickering; mentions the vessel will sail with the Herald at the first fair wind.
June 30, 1794 Quality of sail cloth Alexander Hamilton Brigadier General Otho H. Williams Secretary Hamilton asks Brigadier General Otho Williams what experience has decided in regard to the quality of the sail cloth which has been used for the cutter under Williams' direction.
June 30, 1791 Request for unserviceable iron ordnance or cannon ball to be used as ballast aboard Captain Montgomery's revenue cutter John Stagg William Knox Stagg relays Secretary of War Henry Knox's request for unserviceable iron ordnance or cannon ball, 8 or 10 tons, to be used as ballast in Revenue Cutter commanded by Captain Montgomery.
March 28, 1798 Iron Ballast to Sharp Delaney for the Revenue Cutter Samuel Hodgdon John Harris Harris is asked to deliver to the order of Sharp Delaney two tons of iron ballast for the use of the Revenue Cutter helmed by Captain Vallance which should be returned by Delany or paid for at full value.
March 30, 1798 Ordnance for the Use of the Revenue Cutter James McHenry [not available] Harris is asked to deliver the undermentioned articles to the order of Sharp Delaney for the use of the Revenue Cutter. Articles of the same kind and value are to be returned by Delaney immediately.
March 25, 1796 Reports Visit of William Clark; Requests Returns and Pay Thomas Holt Samuel Hodgdon Submits returns for needed articles via William Clark. Clark will go to Fredericksburg to seek to recruit a new file cutter to recast their files. If he succeeds, they won't need the files requested in the return. Requests other articles as soon as possible, perhaps by water to Richmond. Clark will present an order for his pay for January, February, and March, deducting whatever money was given...
May 1, 1795 Delay in Transporting Military Stores Timothy Pickering Samuel Hodgdon The military stores ordered to the shipyard by Captain Thompson were not sent because the revenue cutter did not arrive from Charleston. They were ordered again and the order should have been sent to Hodgdon to forward them but apparently it was not done so that delay increases the necessity for haste.
March 28, 1797 Articles to Capt.Francis Bright Oliver Wolcott, Jr. James McHenry Wolcott requests that the following articles be delivered to Capt. Francis Bright, commander of the revenue cutter being built for the Virginia Station: 25 tons of iron ballast and five four-pounder cannons for cannonades.
December 27, 1798 Reports Close of Account with Ebenezer Stevens John Steele William Simmons Letter, encloses certificate of the Register regarding the account of Ebenezer Stevens.
March 17, 1792 Account of Ebenezer Hazard Joseph Howell Richard Harrison Account of Ebenezer Hazard with the United States, completed by the Commissioner of Army Accounts.
January 15, 1795 Letter Citation Sharp Delany Unknown Recipient "Edmund Randolph wrote to George Hammond, the British Minister to the United States, 'respecting the privateer Les Jumeaux' and enclosed ' Jan 6 1795 Copy of a Letter from the Collector of the port of Philadelphia to the Secretary of the Treasury enclosing, Report of the Militia Officers of Delaware, and of Captain Montgomery of the Revenue Cutter.'"
July 15, 1799 Requests Information for Col. Ebenezer Stevens James McHenry William Simmons Encloses extract of letter to Col. Ebenezer Stevens. Requests information.
April 9, 1795 Military Stores to Charleston Timothy Pickering Alexander Thompson Captain Thompson is given a list of articles from the military stores at Governor's Island to be packed up and shipped on board the Revenue Cutter to Charleston, South Carolina.
May 3, 1798 A Four Pounder for Colonel Ebenezer Stevens Samuel Hodgdon Melancton Smith Hodgdon advises Smith that when the four pounders arrive from Albany, one of them is to be sent to Col. Ebenezer Stevens.