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Date Title Author Recipient Summary
March 30, 1792 Petition of Lawerence Manning Lawrence Manning [not available] Discussion regarding Lawrence Manning memorial.
January 5, 1787 Account of Pierce Manning Joseph Howell Richard Humpton Howell is ready to settle the account of Pierce Manning as soon as the appropriate order is forwarded. His Certificates have been issued to the Agents of the line.
August 3, 1796 Cited letter or document, Samuel Hodgdon to James Manning Samuel Hodgdon James Manning Cited in Manning to Hodgdon, 08/30/1796.
October 15, 1796 Cited letter or document, Samuel Hodgdon to James Manning Samuel Hodgdon James Manning Cited in Manning to Hodgdon, 10/18/1796.
December 24, 1795 Colonel Rochefontaine's Boxes of Claret James Manning Samuel Hodgdon Manning has discovered that Colonel Rochefontaine's boxes of claret are in town and the other aricles are at Long Island but he does not know what they are until he gets the invoice.
March 19, 1796 Cited Document Samuel Hodgdon James Manning Cited in Manning to Hodgdon, 04/05/1796.
April 5, 1796 Reports Arrival of Boxes and Shipment to West Point James Manning Samuel Hodgdon James Manning reports that boxes received and forwarded to West Point.
August 1, 1786 Joseph Cox's claim for commutation Joseph Howell Richard Humpton Lieut. Joseph Cox's claim for commutation is not admissible because no officer who was a supernumerary and was deranged in 1778 was allowed commutation unless a State adopted him or he was recommended by Gen. St. Clair. John Smith's order is being returned because the amount claimed by him could not have been charged by the State so he has already received the value of it. Manning's discharge...
May 5, 1800 Payment from James Taylor, Captain 6th United States Regiment to Pierce Manning for expenditures on the works to be erected at Beacon Island, North Carolina James Taylor James McHenry Taylor makes payment of $500 to Pierce Manning to account for expenditures on works to be erected at Beacon Island.
May 9, 1797 Asking Manning About the Muskets David Ames Samuel Hodgdon General Lincoln says that the muskets he charged to Mr. Minning or Manning, were seen at the stage house where the passengers went to warm themselves while waiting for the boat. Ames assumes that they are in the care of Minning so he has written him and asked him to find them and convey them to Hodgdon.
October 31, 1796 Articles for the Six Nations of Indians James Manning Samuel Hodgdon On the subject of the articles for the Six Nations of Indians, Hodgdon has directed that any expense involved will be paid on presentment of Manning's account and draft. Manning explains that it was inadvertent that the account against the public was not made out separate from the others.
December 6, 1797 Completing and Manning the Three Frigates Josiah Fox Samuel Hodgdon The Committee of the House of Representatives for the protection of commerce has called on the Secretary of War for information relative to completing and manning the three frigates for sea. Hodgdon is asked to assess the value of the articles needed for this purpose.
June 6, 1797 Discussion of Frigates United States, Constitution, & Constellation James McHenry Tench Francis Letter, asks for estimate of Frigate United States; discusses Frigates United States, Constitution and Constellation.
February 14, 1795 Certification of Our Account Manning, Wychoff & Co. Samuel Hodgdon Manning and Wychoff are transmitting via their agent, John Barnes, their account against the United States for services rendered in New York. Since Hodgdon is the person most acquainted with the business they have transacted for the public, his certification of their account should render it current.
February 20, 1795 Disposition of a Box of Public Shoes Manning, Wychoff & Co. Samuel Hodgdon Enclosed is a bill of lading for public shoes that have been in storage since the Summer of '92. The shoes were delivered to Manning, Wychoff & Co. by Beach & Canfield who had been contracted by the Secretary of the Treasury to supply the Army. Captain Cornelius Sedam informed Manning, Whychoff that the shoes should be forwarded to Philadelphia.
April 23, 1798 Letter from the Accountant of the War Department William Simmons Dwight Foster Simmons discusses the account settlement of Lt. Lawrence Manning of Lee's Legion with Rep. Foster.
December 6, 1797 The Cost of Completing & Manning the Three Frigates for Sea Josiah Fox Samuel Hodgdon The Committee of the House of Representatives for protecting Commerce has asked the Secretary of War for information relative to completing and manning the three frigates for sea. Hodgdon is asked to assess the value of the following: arms and accoutrements for eight sergeants, eight corporals, three drums, three fifes, and 140 Marines with their necessary bedding and hammocks included. This...
June 29, 1797 Regarding Congressional Bill for completing and manning frigates and naval officer candidates [not available] Captain Thomas Truxtun Regarding proposed Congressional Bill for completing and manning frigates; the appointment of officers will be entered upon. Requests that Truxton come to Philadelphia to discuss the merits of some of the candidates;
August 30, 1796 Unable to Locate Joseph Matthews, Etc. James Manning Samuel Hodgdon Among a number of other business matters, Manning [of contractors Manning & Wychoff] notes that they have directed their agent John Barnes to pay Hodgdon the amount of the first bill. However, they have not been able to locate Joseph Matthews although they have ascertained that he in port having discharged part of his cargo above the shipyards previous to this morning's sail.
June 29, 1797 Request for Consult on the Hiring of Officers James McHenry Captain Thomas Truxtun Notified Truxtun that Congress recently passed a bill for completing and manning frigates. McHenry requested Truxtun travel to Philadelphia to advise him on the hiring of Officers.
January 12, 1792 Powder & Ball John Stagg William Knox Knox should provide every assistance to Mr. Manning in having the powder and ball sent to the river.
December 9, 1796 Winter Clothing Needed at West Point, Etc. Stephen Rochefontaine Samuel Hodgdon Rochefontaine transmits a return of clothing needed immediately at West Point. The weather has become so inclement that the men are actually suffering for want of clothing. He asked that the clothing be sent with Lieutenant Dransy but if he cannot return immediately, send someone else. Captain Frye should be notified because he can be relied upon to inform the contractors, Manning & Smith, of the...
June 26, 1799 Discussion of Hire of Contractors and Commissaries to Provide and Dispense Rations James McHenry William Simmons Encloses letter from Lieut. Manning with his permission to repair works and garrisons and Lake Oswego. Discusses hiring of commissaries and contractors to dispense and provide rations.
December 4, 1797 Request for Estimate Regarding Completion and Manning of Frigates James McHenry James Sterrett Chairman of Committee of the House of Rep. requested estimate of cost and information for completion and manning of frigates for the protection of commerce in U.S. waters. McHenry referred to letter written to Messrs S & J Sterretts on the 6th Ultimo.
January 16, 1794 Transportation Expenses Melancton Smith Samuel Hodgdon The transportation expenses for moving stores to New York must be paid by Hodgdon. Apparently the business of New York is to be handled by the contractors for West Point. In the future, Smith recommends that anything that needs to be forwarded should be directed to Manning, Wycoff, & Co.