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Date Title Author Recipient Summary
April 13, 1790 Reiteration of a Call for the Militia to the Northwest Territory Henry Knox Josiah Harmar The Secretary of War, Henry Knox, reiterates to Brigadier General Josiah Harmar previously sent instructions for calling up the militia to defend the frontier against Indian hostilities and states that Harry Innes, Esq, District Judge of Kentucky, is also vested with this power.
May 24, 1790 Indian Attack Alex Ballit Harry Innes Man wounded near plantation, believed to be by Indians.
May 12, 1790 Enclosed Affidavit Regarding Murder by Indians John Edwards Harry Innes Notification of murders by Indians, enclosed affidavit affirming murder.
August 9, 1790 Letters for Judge Innes of Kentucky Henry Knox Beverley Randolph Enclosed packet of letters addressed for Judge Innes of Kentucky. Knox requested that Randolf forward them in the safest manner possible.
March 18, 1795 Cited Document Harry Innes George Washington Cited in Pickering to Innes, 05/13/1795.
May 17, 1790 Indian Attacks John Logan Harry Innes Synopsis of Indian attack at Ingle's Station.
June 23, 1791 Letter Citation Harry Innes Henry Knox Cited in Knox to Innes, Shelby, and Logan, 06/30/1791.
June 30, 1791 Letter Citation Harry Innes Henry Knox Cited in Knox to Innes, Logan, and Shelby, 06/30/1791.
June 24, 1791 Letter Citation Henry Knox Harry Innes Cited in Innes to Knox, 08/30/1791.
May 13, 1790 Indian Attacks Harry Innes Henry Knox Murder of several whites and Negros in Jefferson County by Indians related; many instances in numerous accounts that have occurred on the frontier.
June 12, 1790 Enclosed Letters Henry Knox Beverley Randolph Letters from Judge Innes and others to be forwarded.
September 3, 1790 Ordering out of scouts John Logan [not available] Logan orders out scouts for the Lincoln County Kentucky. Outlines their pay and method of payment.
April 13, 1790 Protection of Frontier, Orders Enclosed Henry Knox Harry Innes Letter authorizes and instructs Harry Innes on the procedure for calling up scouts to protect frontiers against possible Indian hostilities if Innes deems it necessary. Contains authorization for Brig. Gen. Harmar to command said troops. Fearing some type of delay, the President requested this letter be sent to expedite the delivery of orders to protect frontier settlements. Discussed regular...
June 4, 1790 Stolen Horses John Caldwell Harry Innes Account of stolen horses and pursuit of Indians by Capt. Wilson.
June 30, 1791 Update on Troops Henry Knox Harry Innes Troops are in position and are marching for western campaign or are defending frontier post of Fort Pitt.
May 23, 1790 Fear of Indian Attack James Barnett Harry Innes Expressed fear of frontier settlers due to Indian attacks.
May 12, 1790 Proof of Agression John Edwards Harry Innes Murders by Indians related, with anger.
May 12, 1790 Report of Indian Attack John Caldwell Harry Innes Miles Hart's house was attacked, several members of the family were killed or taken prisoner.
July 29, 1790 Measures for the Protection of the Frontier Henry Knox Lieutenant of the County of Mason, Kentucky Knox discusses defensive measures for the protection of the frontier.
July 10, 1790 Letter Citation Harry Innes Lieutenant of the County of Mason, Kentucky Cited in Knox to the Lieutenant of the County of Mason, Kentucky, 07/29/1790.
March 13, 1790 Indian Attacks Henry Jones Jonathan Brown Details of Indian attacks and murders, fear of increase in hostilities the following spring.
April 13, 1790 Concern about Indian Activities on the Ohio; Requests Authority to Act Henry Knox Harry Innes Concern about activities of Indians in Ohio. Requests need for conditional authority for local leaders to protect inhabitants of the frontier counties.
August 30, 1791 [COPY] General Wilkinson's Expedition Harry Innes Henry Knox Enclosed documents detail Gen. Wilkinson's troops progress. Enclosed muster rolls sent via James Parker. Innes and Brown hope that Knox will authorize immediate payment of the troops and send the money back with Parker. They also justify some of Wilkinson's expenses for the expedition.
April 3, 1800 Discharge of Harry Collins Nathan Rice Alexander Hamilton Rice contends that Harry Collins, enlisted by Lt. Springs and employed by him as a servant in his family, has no justification for the discharge he has requested.
May 24, 1790 Horses Stolen Christopher Greenough Harry Innes Greenough thought that horses stolen from settlement could have been prevented.