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Date Title Author Recipient Summary
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.
June 12, 1790 Enclosed Letters Henry Knox Beverley Randolph Letters from Judge Innes and others to be forwarded.
May 12, 1790 Enclosed Affidavit Regarding Murder by Indians John Edwards Harry Innes Notification of murders by Indians, enclosed affidavit affirming murder.
May 24, 1790 Indian Attack Alex Ballit Harry Innes Man wounded near plantation, believed to be by Indians.
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.
May 17, 1790 Indian Attacks John Logan Harry Innes Synopsis of Indian attack at Ingle's Station.
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.
March 18, 1795 Cited Document Harry Innes George Washington Cited in Pickering to Innes, 05/13/1795.
June 30, 1791 Letter Citation Harry Innes Henry Knox Cited in Knox to Innes, Logan, and Shelby, 06/30/1791.
June 23, 1791 Letter Citation Harry Innes Henry Knox Cited in Knox to Innes, Shelby, and Logan, 06/30/1791.
May 23, 1790 Fear of Indian Attack James Barnett Harry Innes Expressed fear of frontier settlers due to Indian attacks.
June 24, 1791 Letter Citation Henry Knox Harry Innes Cited in Innes to Knox, 08/30/1791.
September 24, 1791 Liklihood of Indians Seeking Peace Henry Knox George Washington Knox informs the President of St. Clair's preparations for the campaign against the Indians. St. Clair is concerned that Butler's force will not arrive before the order to march is given. The Indians are more likely to seek peace if they see sufficient numbers in the US force to diminish their prospects for success in battle against the US.
October 16, 1797 Receipt of Robert Innes Caleb Swan James McHenry Swan transmits to McHenry the receipt of Robert Innes for the sum of three thousand dollars on account of the pay of the Army up to the 30th of September 1797.
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 28, 1793 Recovering Three Captured Negro Men Thomas Jefferson Beverley Randolph Jefferson discusses three Negro men that have been captured by Indians and whether or not they can be recovered. He observes that it is not a question of whether they are slave or free but whether they shall remain among the savages or in the country of their birth or connections. Mr. Innes is willing to meet any reasonable expense that will attend their recovery.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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...
July 20, 1790 Revocation of Authorization to Use Scouts Henry Knox Arthur St. Clair Henry Knox informs Arthur St. Clair that authority to call out scouts to protect the frontiers from possible Indian hostilities has been revoked by the government, in favor of the use of rangers.
July 7, 1790 Opinion on Indian Attacks Harry Innes Henry Knox Stated that all warfare has been due to Indian aggression. In an effort to protect and preserve land rights, an expedition of volunteers into Indian territory will commence. Volunteers will not discriminate who they injure or kill.
November 1, 1792 Sargent Recommends Sebastian for Judge Winthrop Sargent Henry Knox Letter, discusses provision for Judge Advocate of the Army; recommends Sebastian for Judge of territory.