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Date Title Author Recipient Summary
October 26, 1798 Forwarding of Correspondence from Maryland Militia Brigades John Adams James McHenry Forwards correspondence from two brigades of Maryland militia.
May 17, 1786 Promotions of Maryland Continental Officers John Pierce John White Promotions of officers of the Maryland Continental Regiments; directs that a history be made of the service of the Maryland officers.
June 30, 1787 specie due Maryland Levies. John White Caleb Swan Refers to specie due Maryland Levies. The abstract was made out with much accuracy and was a work of labor. Left the balances to be struck on the provision that accounts would be revised by Mr. Pierce.
March 12, 1792 Document Signed [not available] [not available] Payment Warrant for quartermaster of the Maryland Battalion of Levies.
December 8, 1798 Command of a regiment to be raised in Maryland James McHenry John Eager Howard Writes the U.S. Senator from Maryland that he is at a loss respecting a proper and fit character to command a regiment to be raised in Maryland. Mentions Colonel Hall as a possibility.
May 18, 1786 Pay of the Maryland Line John Pierce Henry Knox Cover letter for an estimate of the "specie pay" due to the Maryland Continental Regiments
December 1, 1800 Seeks Contract for Rations in Maryland Samuel Dexter Edward Thomson Has not yet made a contract for rations for Maryland troops. Two companies will be stationed at Fort McHenry and Frederick. Announces price per ration; asks if this is acceptable.
December 30, 1788 Return of men of Maryland Artillery Joseph Howell C. Richmond Encloses a return of the non commissioned officers and privates of the Maryland Artillery.
August 20, 1784 Accounts of the Maryland regiments John Pierce Colonel Lewis Nicola Discusses the settlement of the accounts of the soldiers of the Maryland Line.
September 12, 1795 Shipment of live oak; authority to use a Maryland oak [not available] Captain Thomas Truxtun Live oak received at Baltimore. Authorized to use a Maryland oak for the lower stem piece if the live oak does not arrive.
November 27, 1794 Supplying the Maryland militia Tench Coxe Alexander Hamilton The Commissioner of the Revenue requests that a remittance of $7-8000 be made to George Gale, Supervisor of Maryland, for the purpose of supplying the Maryland division of the militia with provisions as they return from the westward.
October 17, 1795 Maryland Militia funds William Simmons Presley Nevill Informs Presley Nevill that George Gale received funds on account of the pay of the Maryland Militia.
June 30, 1788 Inquiry made on behalf of Maryland Governor John White John Pierce Encloses letter to Mr. Burrall. Inquiry made on behalf of Maryland Governor was sum paid for subsistence.
March 8, 1796 Recommendations for a Mission to England James McHenry George Washington In the cases of illegal captures under the British treaty, it might be better to trust a man of the law rather than one of the mercantile characters. Perhaps a Justice of the Supreme Court could be appointed or Jeremiah Chase of the Maryland General Court who, however. might be reluctant to travel to England. Other possible nominees are listed.
December 3, 1800 Arms manufactured at Hagerstown Maryland Samuel Dexter Joseph Perkin Dexter authorizes Perkins to inspect arms manufactured at Hagerstown Maryland by Mr. Claggett.
January 14, 1789 Return of Maryland Artillery Joseph Howell C. Richmond Encloses return of Maryland Artillery.
September 9, 1792 Appointing attorney John Blair Robert Ross Document appointing Robert Ross as lawful attorney; mentions John Blair and Maryland Invalids.
September 5, 1797 Announces Replacement for Treasurer of the Mint James McHenry John Adams Reports recent death of Dr. Way leaves office of treasurer of the mint open. He will be replaced by a man from Philadelphia based on the recommendation of the Governor of Maryland.
September 15, 1794 Assembling the Maryland militia Alexander Hamilton Thomas Sim Lee Informs Governor Lee of Maryland that it is President Washington's desire that no time be lost in uniting the whole of the Maryland militia at Fort Cumberland. If the commanding officer, Samuel Smith, has not already taken the field, it is desirable that he should do it without delay. The militia is being called in response to unrest and rebellion in the countryside, where Americans were...
April 24, 1786 Pay of Maryland and other Southern officers John White John Pierce CITATION Only. Cited in Pierce to White 05/06/1786. May have discussed the specie subsistence still due to the Maryland and other Southern officers. May also have discusses forage accounts.
May 25, 1798 Accounting for Missing Articles in Maryland Samuel Hodgdon James McHenry Hodgdon accounts for a number of missing articles that apparently were lost in Maryland during the insurrection. It appears that the state militia still has many of the muskets given them during the insurrection.
June 7, 1785 Regarding the receipt of certificates; changing names of states; lottery tickets Joseph Howell John White Discussion on the receipt of certificates. Mr. Pierce to arrive soon. Would be best to erase the word Pennsylvania and insert that of Maryland. Mr. Betts not yet gone to Maryland. Lottery ticket came safe.
December 5, 1800 Certification of payment; James Baker, Contractor for Maryland, for rations, quarter master, and hospital supplies for use of United States troops in Maryland William Simmons Samuel Dexter Certification of payment; $1952.17 to James Baker, Contractor for Maryland, for rations, quarter master, and hospital supplies for use of United States troops in Maryland.
March 19, 1798 Letter from the Accountant of the War Department William Simmons George Gale Simmons discusses Gayle's account balance pertaining to the payment of the Maryland Militia during 1794.
April 10, 1800 Certification of payment; John Kilty, Supervisor of Maryland William Simmons James McHenry Certification of payment; $236.74 to John Kilty, Supervisor of Maryland, commissions for paying and receiving monies from the Department of War.