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Date Title Author Recipient Summary
February 3, 1790 Receipt of clothing for Corps of Artillery Henry Knox [not available] Reciept of clothing for Corps of Artillery.
April 4, 1794 Knox directs Hodgdon to deliver artillery to Pennsylvania Henry Knox Samuel Hodgdon Knox asks that Hodgdon fill the Governor of Pennsylvania's request for artillery.
December 20, 1798 Inspectorship of Artillery, Etc. Alexander Hamilton James McHenry Hamilton provides an enthusiastic recommendation of Lewis Tousard for the position of Inspector of Artillery.
October 16, 1794 Questions Inspection of Artillery Clothing In New York, Philadelphia, and New England Tench Coxe Henry Knox Refers to letter about small parcel of artillery clothing and problems of inspection between New York and Philadelphia.
July 11, 1835 Statement on Service in the Revolutionary War Edward A. Bangs Peter Hagner Statement regarding the Revolutionary War service of Captain Samuel Treat of the Artillery.
April 6, 1790 Pay for Detachment of Artillery William Price Henry Knox Captain Burbeck has informed him that there is one month pay for the detachment of artillery left at West Point. Encloses for the Secretary at War a list of names.
March 4, 1790 Settling of accounts with Corps of Artillery in 1784 Joseph Howell Henry Knox Mr. Bliss is attending to settlement of accounts of Corps of Artillery [under] Major Bauman 1784.
February 20, 1786 Letter Citation John Campbell Henry Knox Cited in Knox to Campbell, 03/22/1786. Discussed terms of purchase of artillery, arms, ammunition, and other public stores for the Army Post at Pittsburgh
March 17, 1790 Backpay for Corps of Artillery men 1784 Joseph Howell Henry Knox Howell reports completion of accounts of pay for corps of artillery commanded by Major [Bauman], and reports the amount due for those discharged and not settled on 1 July 1794.
May 7, 1792 Clothing for Elliott's Men John Stagg William Knox Knox is directed to issue to Lt. Elliott , of the Artillery, two sergeants, and ten privates complete suits of clothing. He also needs a drum and fifte.
July 29, 1794 Responds to Request for Artillery Engineers in Fredericksburg; Info about Contracts Tench Coxe Henry Knox Received letter about artillery engineer recruits at Fredericksburg, and seeks to make immediate action. Reports arrangement with contractors to furnish artillery and rifle coats. Mr. Sterret is to move to Philadelphia, and his brother will provide secure assistance in his place in Baltimore.
June 10, 1791 Pay Due a Detachment of Artillery at West Point Joseph Howell Henry Knox Howell encloses a pay roll for a detachment of Artillery stationed at West Point which shows the balance due each man up to December 31, 1790.
1800 Regulations Pertaining to the Artillery Unknown Author Unknown Recipient Discusses the progress of the work as it pertains to the regulations for the artillery. No Image.
August 6, 1800 Recommendations of Jonathan Williams for Officer Appointment John Adams Samuel Dexter Forwards officer recommendation from Henry Knox of Jonathan Williams, Esq. Adams mentions McHenry's previous endorsement of Williams as an artillery major, and adds his own brief recommendation.
January 10, 1787 Request for Military Appointment Henry Knox Winthrop Sargent Henry Knox is responding to Winthrop Sargent's letter requesting an office. He is offering the possibility that Sargent be appointed to the Office of the Inspector of the Troops; but that the election will be dependent upon Congress. He also mentioned Sargent's desire to remain with the Massachusetts line. Described role and duties of the officer.
January 15, 1799 Articles wanted to complete the contract and the order for additional Regiment of Artillery [not available] [not available] Articles listed include overalls and shirts for infantry and artillery privates and sergeants. Items are articles wanted to complete contract and order for additional regiment of artillery.
December 18, 1795 Muskets for the Artillery, Etc. Timothy Pickering Samuel Hodgdon Hodgdon has requested a sample of muskets for the artillery that might be assembled from the materials on hand. Pickering desires the Purveyor to to see whether he can substitute the 800 stand needed for the artillery for the 500 contracted for which would require an addition to the contract.The muskets are satisfactory without gunslings which are not absolutely necessary especially when public...
July 7, 1794 Knox asks Pinckney to securely deliver sensitive letters Henry Knox Thomas Pinckney Knox asks Pinckney to ensure a confidential delivery of letters pertaining to military (artillery) enhancements. Knox does not want to raise British suspicions of a US military build up.
May 8, 1794 Recommendation for appointment Henry Jackson Henry Knox Henry Jackson recommends to the Secretary of War Capt. Constant Freeman for appointment in corps of artillery/
November 20, 1800 Purchase of Coat Buttons for Artillery Uniforms Samuel Hodgdon Israel Whelen Letter, directs purchase of coat buttons for Artillery uniforms.
March 26, 1799 Transportation of Artillery Equipment James McHenry [not available] Directs that arrangements be made by the Army's Quartermaster General for the transportation of the cannon and equipment of a detachment of artillery.
July 25, 1798 Recommendation of Mr. Whitney for the Corps of Artillery Constant Freeman Samuel Hodgdon Mr. Whitney has a great desire to enter the Corps of Artillery and Freeman recommends him to Hodgdon as an honest man who has faithfully discharged his duty to his country and possesses a heart filled with sentiments of honor and integrity .
June 7, 1793 Discussion of Field Artillery, Including Cannon Required A Fenner Henry Knox Letter, discusses corps of artillery; asks for brass field pieces; mentions foreign affairs.
November 4, 1795 Money Paid to Director of Artillery Artificers Daniel Stevens William Simmons Stevens has received $362 from the Treasury and paid it to the Director of Artillery Artificers.
March 13, 1800 Proposed Inspector of Artillery Alexander Hamilton James McHenry Hamilton proposes that there should be an Inspector of Artillery for the two districts under his command with the same duties as the Inspector of Infantry.