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Date Title Author Recipient Summary
January 20, 1792 Assignment and Power of Attorney George Moore John Moore Assignment and Power of Attorney for George Moore; Moore is making his son, John, attorney, to take out warrants specified in the document.
June 13, 1785 Papers of Mr. Moore John Pierce Joseph Reid John Pierce forwards the papers of Mr. Moore to Joseph Reid with a recommendation to settle the petition.
May 8, 1794 Account of Cleon Moore Joseph Howell Richard Harrison Certification of service and settlement of pay for Cleon Moore, late Captain in the Virginia Line.
April 15, 1800 Posting of Lt. Col. Moore William North Alexander Hamilton Lt. Col. Moore is understood to be under the command of Maj. Gen. Pinckney as are the regiments of which the Secretary of War writes.
September 8, 1795 Copy of Statement of Facts Not Found Timothy Pickering Phineas Bond No document from Moore to Governor Fenner found, inclosed extract of letter from Moore to Governor.
November 29, 1791 Assignment of Land Warrant John Foster Williams [not available] Assignment of land warrant by John Williams, late a soldier belonging to Col. Butler in the Seventh Regiment of the Pennsylvania Line.
September 19, 1799 Letter from the Accountant of the War Department William Simmons Thomas Lloyd Moore Simmons informs Moore that his accounts have failed to note which officers recieved rations.
September 14, 1799 Discharge of Sewal Moore Alexander Hamilton Nathan Rice "Your letter of the sixth of this month has been delivered to me. I have no objection to the discharge of Sewal Moore if he will procure a good and substantial person in his place. With regard to the pay to which he supposes himself entitled, I would observe that it can not be advanced to him because, altho' he has served three months yet that service must be considered as merely a preparation...
January 17, 1792 Claims for Land George Moore Unknown Recipient List of land claimants, provided by George Moore.
March 10, 1796 Pay of Sundry Soldiers William Simmons James McHenry Simmons certifies that $62.64 is due three soldiers from Aug. 1, 1793 and apportioned as follows: John Moore $24.28 to Feb. 2, 1794; John Holland $18.11 to Feb. 1, 1794; and Arthur Conway $20.25 to Feb. 22, 1794.
October 26, 1799 Citation Only Thomas Parker Thomas Lloyd Moore Enclosed in Moore to Hamilton, 10/30/1799.
July 16, 1799 Moore's Response to McHenry's Circular of 7/13/1799 Thomas Lloyd Moore James McHenry This is Moore's response to McHenry's Circular of 7/13/1799 in which he asked for the details of each officer's military service which would be used in settling their relative rank.
August 24, 1799 Moore Listed as Replying to McHenry's Circular of 7/13/1799 Alexander D. Moore James McHenry Moore is listed as replying to the Circular of 7/13/1799 in which McHenry asked for the details of each officer's military service which would be used in settling their relative rank.
June 21, 1793 Morrow's Misfortune John Stagg Samuel Hodgdon Includes a copy of a letter from Clement Biddle and Thomas L. Moore describing the misfortune of Abraham Morrow who has suffered a great loss by fire. Morrow desires an advance of $250 and Biddle and Moore will engage him for work if that amount is advanced. Stagg adds that the Secretary of War directs Hodgdon to advance Morrow the $250.
January 2, 1792 Land Warrant Assignment William Wade George Moore Assignment pertaining to a land warrant right, of William Wade, late a soldier in Capt. Ceyles' company in the 2nd Pennsylvania regiment.
April 19, 1785 Inquiry regarding Captain Nicholas Ruseton Moore Thomas Bailey Joseph Howell Inquiry regarding when Captain Nicholas Ruseton Moore of Maryland Horse, left the army. Suggests it might appear on muster roll as a Lieutenant.
January 17, 1800 Certification of payment; William Powells and John Moore, spies of Lincoln County, ordered into service by Isaac Shelby, Esquire, Governor of the State of Kentucky for the protection of the frontiers William Simmons James McHenry Certification of payment; William Powells and John Moore, spies of Lincoln County, the sum of $23.33, ordered into service by Isaac Shelby, Esquire, Governor of the State of Kentucky for the protection of the frontiers, from 23 May to 5 June 1793. Sum is payable to W.J. Davis
August 21, 1795 Foreign Relations Timothy Pickering Phineas Bond Statements of Home and Moore required for investigation into the capture of British seamen.
December 14, 1785 Captain Olivie's charges and other settlement matters Joseph Howell John Pierce Discusses charges of Captain Olivie; advises caution without proper vouchers. Letter to sister was presented by Mr. Moore. Encloses letter from Mr. White of a private nature. Has written Mr. Dunscomb to send his registers. Mentions that Mr. Childs is sick of the job. The printers go on rapidly.
October 30, 1799 RE Transfer Army Units and Equipment Thomas Lloyd Moore Alexander Hamilton Routine instructions concerning the transfer of Army units and equipment.
September 2, 1799 Requests for leave of absence James McHenry Moore Informs Colonel Moore that he has no objection to his short absence from the regiment, however, advises that in the future he request it from General Hamilton, as to not show disrespect.
October 18, 1796 Pay of George Moore & Richard Glover William Simmons James McHenry Simmons certifies that $153.36 is due George Moore and Richard Glover, spies ordered into service by Governor Isaac Shelby of Kentucky, being their pay for protecting the frontier of Logan County from March through May 1796.
January 16, 1799 List of Documents James McHenry Thomas Jefferson Copies of instructions given to Walton, Steele, Moore and speech given by President to Cherokees regarding sale of land. Requested return of journal kept by Commissioners.
June 3, 1790 [COPY] Report on the Petition of Stephen Moore Tench Coxe [not available] Refers to a petition by congressman Stephen Moore of North Carolina referred to Secretary of Treasury regarding land at West Point New York, where Moore owns some property. Cites the strategic value of West Point location on Hudson River; can be defended against a maritime power. Listed reasons to purchase land by government and permanently establishing military post at West Point for...
April 16, 1791 Postage for Sundry Letters William Moore Joseph Howell Receipt of $5.49 for postage of sundry letters, signed by William Moore.