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January 23, 1801 No Further Action Needs to be Taken on Behalf of Captain Irvine William Simmons General William Irvine Simmons received William Irvine's letters of December 22nd and January 20th regarding a letter of Captain Irvine's. Simmons is writing to inform William Irvine that no further action needs to be taken on behalf of Captain Irvine.
[not available] Petition of General Irvine John Pierce Unknown Recipient Report on the Petition of General William Irvine, who commanded the Southern Army during the war.
December 6, 1800 Simmons Tells Irvine that his Account has been Settled in Lieu of his Truculence William Simmons Callender Irvine Simmons is forwarding part of a copy of his June 11, 1799 letter to Captain Irvine regarding overdrawn fuel by his company at Carlisle for January, February, March, and the beginning of April 1799. Irvine requested the suspension of the charge from Mr. Gunkle's account, but as more than a year has passed Simmons feels that action must be taken, and thus has admitted to Mr. Gunkle's credit the...
December 22, 1800 Letter Citation William Irvine William Simmons Cited in Simmons to House, 01/06/1801. Due to illness, General Irvine's son has retreated to a warmer climate in Charleston until Spring. In the meantime, the barracks occupied by his Company has been judged unfit for human habitation and subsequently repaired under the direction of Mr. Wolstencraft. General Irvine wants to be assured that his son's account accurately reflects the fact that he...
December 27, 1800 Capt. Irvine in Charleston to recover from illness General William Irvine William Simmons General William Irvine answers a letter from William Simmons addressed to his son, Captain Irvine. Cannot offer any reasons why he has not furnished Simmons according to promise. Mentions that physicians have judged that Capt. Irvine needs to pass two or three months in the winter in a southern climate, and so he has gone off to Charleston, South Carolina. He will return to his company at Fort...
May 3, 1784 Letter Citation General Irvine Samuel Hodgdon CITATION Only. Cited in Hodgdon to Irvine, 05/24/1784. Samuel Hodgdon received a letter from Captain Emes, on behalf of General Irvine, requesting settlement of an account for forage.
August 31, 1798 Sickness Has Deranged Every Department, Etc. Samuel Hodgdon General William Irvine Hodgdon informs General Irvine of various matters including those affecting Irvine's son. He notes that the sickness has depleted every department and offers that as the reason for unfulfilled contracts.
February 7, 1788 Joseph Howell discusses army accounts with General Irvine Joseph Howell General Irvine Joseph Howell informs General Irvine on the account of Captain Abraham Smith.
October 13, 1786 Resignation of Major Gibbons John Pierce Major Gibbons The Commissioner of Army Accounts has applied to Generals St. Clair and Irvine respecting Major Gibbon's resignation.
March 3, 1785 Renting Public Buildings at Carlisle Samuel Hodgdon General William Irvine Hodgdon explains his proposal for the leasing of public buildings to General Irvine.
August 9, 1798 Recommendation of William Henderson General William Irvine James McHenry General Irvine recommends William Henderson for appointment as a regimental commander.
January 31, 1794 Letter to the Commissary of Military Stores General William Irvine Samuel Hodgdon Letter from General William Irvine to the Commissary of Military Stores, Samuel Hodgdon. Image not available.
January 25, 1785 Occupation of Public Buildings at Carlisle Samuel Hodgdon General William Irvine Hodgdon explains to General Irvine his conditions for the occupation of the public buildings at Carlisle.
March 19, 1799 Assisting Turbulent Young Men General William Irvine James McHenry Writing for his son who is ill, General Irvine observes that the two men acting as sergeants may not be able to provide adequate assistance to Lieutenant Wolstencraft so he suggests another officer join them at Reading.
April 17, 1801 Removal from Office Isaac Craig Samuel Hodgdon Mentioned obtaining pot ash, per Hodgdon's request. Brought up being removed from office to be replaced by "some favorite", Craig sought Gen. Irvine's opinion on matter. Craig believed Hodgdon acted a "dignified part" in surrendering his office.
May 24, 1784 Settlement of Forage Account Samuel Hodgdon William Irvine Hodgdon informs General Irvine that his forage account will not be settled until the whole amount of forage dues can be ascertained.
August 24, 1798 Hindrance of the Business of the War Office Samuel Hodgdon General William Irvine Hodgdon tells General Irvine that if he cannot exchange the silver for bank notes, he should keep it until some other arrangement can be made. The poor health of the Secretary of War [McHenry] combined with his concern for his elder son, who is dangerously ill, has hindered the business of the War Office.
March 5, 1785 Renting the Public Buildings at Carlisle General William Irvine Samuel Hodgdon General Irvine agrees to rent public buildings according to the conditions proposed by the Commissioner of Military Stores with the understanding that he can purchase them at a later date if the public should not want them.
December 21, 1787 Joseph Howell discusses army accounts with General Irvine Joseph Howell General William Irvine Joseph Howell discusses the accounts of Lieutenant Colonel Bayard and Colonel Wood with General Irvine.
December 26, 1793 Account of Andrew Irvine Joseph Howell Richard Harrison Certification of pay and service for Andrew Irvine, late Captain in the 1st Pennsylvania Regiment.
August 22, 1798 Letter Citation General William Irvine Samuel Hodgdon Cited in Hodgdon to Irvine, 08/24/1798.
June 4, 1799 Citation Only Callender Irvine William Simmons Cited in Simmons to Irvine, 06/11/1799.
March 3, 1785 Cited letter or document, Samuel Hodgdon to General William Irvine Samuel Hodgdon General William Irvine Letter, Citation only. Cited in Irvine to Hodgdon, 03/05/1785.
May 27, 1799 Citation Only Callender Irvine William Simmons Cited in Simmons to Irvine, 05/30/1799.
February 27, 1787 Cited letter or document, General William Irvine to Josiah Harmar General William Irvine Josiah Harmar Letter, Citation only Cited in Harmar to Irvine, 05/25/1787.