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March 21, 1798 Establishing a Military Post at Palmyra, Tennessee Oliver Wolcott, Jr. James McHenry Referring to a letter from Morgan Brown, Collector for the District of Tennessee, Wolcott recommends the establishment of a small military post at Palymyra in Tennessee which is located on the Cumberland River.
June 7, 1794 Refers to Plans with John Morgan to Cut Wood and Build Frigate Tench Francis Henry Knox Mr. Coxe wishes to inform the Secretary of the Treasury of John Morgan's terms of service. Morgan expects to be transported free of expense and will superintend the cutting of wood and will build the frigate.
October 25, 1794 Reports Efforts to Replace Mr. Morgan Tench Coxe Henry Knox Reports that Asa Copeland is a trader, not a shipwright, and Mr. Humphreys does not consider him as appropriate for Mr. Morgan's business. Hopes to replace Mr. Morgan soon.
February 15, 1791 Ensign Morgan, Etc. David Zeigler Joseph Howell Ensign Morgan has been added to the muster roll of the garrison.
November 20, 1793 Extract from Letter Written by Morgan to Knox John Morgan Henry Knox Morgan appealed to Knox for amendments to be made to the Articles of War that govern the Courts and pertain to Judge Advocates. Letter copied by Johnathan Stagg.
October 10, 1799 Encloses Voucher Accounts for Calvin Morgan William Simmons Caleb Swan Encloses account of vouchers for Lieut. Calvin Morgan. Requests that account be filed.
October 25, 1794 Request to have Asa Copeland replace John Morgan Henry Knox Tench Coxe Knox proposes that Mr Asa Copeland replace Mr Morgan, who is in Georgia overseeing the cutting of timber for frigate construction. That would allow Morgan to assume duties as Naval Constructor at Norfolk Virginia.
June 30, 1799 Letter Citation Lieutenant Calvin Morgan William Simmons Cited in Simmons to Morgan, 07/06/1799.
August 10, 1786 Cited letter or document, George Morgan to John Pierce George Morgan John Pierce Cited in Pierce to Morgan, 08/25/1786.
December 18, 1794 Letter Citation Morgan Henry Knox Cited in Knox to Morgan, 12/27/1794.
August 25, 1786 Claim of Colonel Morgan John Pierce George Morgan The Commissioner of Army Accounts writes George Morgan that the office has received his claim for pay as colonel during the war.
July 30, 1795 Citation Only John Morgan War Department Cited in War Department to John Morgan 07/30/1795.
August 8, 1794 Provisional appointment of John Morgan as naval constructor of 44 gun frigate to be constructed at Norfolk Virginia Henry Knox John Morgan Henry Knox informs John Morgan of his provisional appointment as naval constructor for 44 gun frigate, Norfolk Virginia; this on condition that Morgan can be spared duties procuring timber for ship construction. Morgan instructed not to leave present duties until he receives orders from Secretary of Treasury.
June 16, 1794 Encloses Contract with John Morgan to Build Frigate Tench Coxe Henry Knox Encloses copy of contract with John Morgan, who has left for Charleston to build the frigate.
November 29, 1793 Case of Ensign Morgan; Irregularities in Regulations for Paying Troops Henry Knox Anthony Wayne The President regrets that the case of Ensign Morgan has yet to be resolved. The Comptroller has identified irregularities in the payments made by the paymaster who needs to be reminded of the necessity to follow the regulations established by the Treasury in matters involving pay to the troops.
September 30, 1799 Citation Only Lieutenant Calvin Morgan William Simmons Cited in Simmons to Morgan, 10/10/1799; cited in Simmons to Morgan, 10/16/1799.
May 2, 1796 Pay of Joseph Francis Morgan, temporary engineer William Simmons James McHenry Simmons certifies that $1,124 is due Joseph Francis Morgan for his pay as a temporary engineer from August 1, 1795 to May 7, 1796, the day his service expires.
June 5, 1794 Payment to contractor for supply of militia Monongalia District Jaquelin Ambler Henry Knox Ambler received $283.65 for express hire respecting embargo and $500 advanced to contractor for supplying militia of Monongalia District.
September 26, 1792 Changing Attitudes of Indian Chiefs, Possibility of War William Blount Henry Knox Enclosed information on J. Deraque and R. Finnelson given under oath witnessed by R. Hays, justice of the peace. Also discussed change in attitude of Indian chiefs and how to obtain men for service in military. Believed Gen. Pickens a good choice for officer to command troops against Indians.
January 6, 1784 Pay Office Business and other Matters Samuel Hodgdon Morgan Discusses the disposition of a valuable horse. Hodgdon desires to receive accounts as as soon as possible. Mentions Morgan's state taking actions regarding land encroachments by Virginia.
August 30, 1794 Regarding Interim Naval Constructor William Pennock Henry Knox Letter, discusses interim Naval constructor.
August 24, 1799 My attention will be confined to my own district... Alexander Hamilton James McHenry "On the subject of Winter Quarters, my attention will of course be confined to my own district. Doubtless, attention is paying by others to the troops which will be stationed within General Pinckney's district."
March 5, 1787 Citation Only Samuel Hodgdon George Morgan Cited in Morgan to Hodgdon, 03/09/1787.
March 14, 1799 Letter to Mr. Morgan Archibald Randolph Daniel Morgan Letter from Archibald Randolph to Daniel Morgan. Image not available.
April 11, 1795 [Extract] Pay for Recruits Timothy Pickering Thomas Butler Advised payment of recruits enlisted from Gen. Morgan's army and sending an officer to collect arrears of their pay.