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Date Title Author Recipient Summary
September 11, 1791 Family News & Business Henry Knox John Adams Notes that Adams' steward has recovered from illness. Knox's son Marcus has died.
April 12, 1792 Appointment as Ensign John Stagg Marcus Mills Stagg, acting in the absence of the Secretary of War, notifies William Marcus Mills of his appointment as an ensign in a company of infantry
September 8, 1791 Relocation of the War Office William Knox Samuel Hodgdon William Knox writes the Quartermaster General's upcoming move of the War Office to new quarters.
July 13, 1792 List of Ensigns to Fill Vacancies Henry Knox [not available] A list of the Ensigns selected to fill vacancies in the First and Second Regiments of the Infantry of the United States Army.
June 8, 1793 Balance Due a Detachment of Captain Slough's Men Joseph Howell Caleb Swan Enclosed is a continuation of payments made until March 1st. Also forwarded is a packet of payrolls for payments made to detachments previous to March. There is a balance due Captain Slough's men which should be paid. Those men have been settled with except for Marcus O'Donald.
September 13, 1798 Directions to Oversee the Supplying of Certain Naval Ships Benjamin Stoddert Joshua Humphreys Mentions that previous arrangements had been made to supply certain [naval] ship captains with the articles they required, but now asks that Humphreys see to this business, with the cooperation of the military storekeeper. Mentions that "Howitzers I believe are not to be had," so a captain must do without. Also asks him ton continue to see to the needs of the man of war Ganges.
August 31, 1799 Submission of Proposed Appointments & Promotions for 12th Regiment James McHenry John Adams McHenry submits a list of proposed promotions and appointments in the Twelfth regiment of Infantry, for Adams' approval. Two lists follow, compiled separately and contingent on whether a certain officer has resigned; the lists account for 5 first lieutenants, 6-7 second lieutenants, 1 surgeon, and two surgeon's mates.
October 30, 1788 Cited letter or document, Henry Knox to William Knox Henry Knox William Knox Cited in Knox to Knox, 11/12/1788.
September 24, 1790 Warren writes to Knox Major General Warren Henry Knox Letter, Warren asks for favor of a reply from Knox.
April 28, 1792 Knox cautions Chapin regarding interpreters Henry Knox [not available] Knox sends a trusted interpreter to Chapin. Knox also requests that he be informed of when the tribes of the Five Nations go into Council.
October 25, 1788 Cited letter or document, Henry Knox to William Knox Henry Knox William Knox Letter, Citation only Cited in Knox to Knox, 10/28/1788.
November 2, 1788 Cited letter or document, Henry Knox to William Knox Henry Knox William Knox Letter, Citation only Cited in Knox to Knox, 11/09/1788.
November 8, 1788 Cited letter or document, Henry Knox to William Knox Henry Knox William Knox Letter, Citation only Cited in Knox to Knox, 11/16/1788.
November 9, 1788 Cited letter or document, Henry Knox to William Knox Henry Knox William Knox Letter, Citation only Cited in Knox to Knox, 11/12/1788.
October 19, 1788 Cited letter or document, Henry Knox to William Knox Henry Knox William Knox Letter, Citation only Cited in Knox to Knox, 10/28/1788
October 28, 1788 Cited letter or document, William Knox to Henry Knox William Knox Henry Knox Letter, Citation only Cited in Knox to Knox, 10/28/1788.
December 3, 1798 North Carolina Officers for the Provisional Army William Davies George Washington Sends a list of officers applying for commissions in the Provisional Army being raised for the Quasi-War with the French with his comments on each officer (enclosure)
September 17, 1791 Warren writes to Knox Major General Warren Henry Knox Letter, Warren encloses letter to Knox.
May 25, 1790 Knox writes to Lincoln regarding invalids Henry Knox Benjamin Lincoln Secretary Knox asks that Lincoln update the list of invalids eligible for payment by removing the deceased from the rolls. Knox request that this information be forwarded to him.
December 28, 1788 Letter from the Secretary at War Henry Knox Isaac Winslow Knox expresses alarm over an unidentified subject. Knox states that if business is protracted then "great injury" is liable to happen.
September 27, 1793 Audibert discusses administrative matters with Knox Philip Audebert Henry Knox Letter, advises Knox re War Office.
April 28, 1790 No Payments Without Warrants Henry Knox Benjamin Lincoln Knox cautioned Lincoln to make payments to pensioners that were included on warrants issued by Knox. Knox discussed more effective method of gathering names of those due pensions.
August 1793 Dandridge communicates the directions of the President to Knox B. Dandridge Henry Knox Letter, advises Knox re meeting at President's residence.
July 7, 1791 Pleasing Conduct, Etc. Samuel Hodgdon William Knox Hodgdon assures Knox that he is pleased with his conduct, believing sincerely that his business, under Knox's management, is given the attention its importance demands. The shoes of Rupp are very good and at six shillings a pair are offered at a good price. Major Craig will receive the wine and will comply with Knox's engagements.
November 6, 1790 McKnight forwards bill for medical care to Knox Charles McKnight Henry Knox Letter, discusses medical services provided and cost.