Viewing 1–25 of 83 documents: "Mr. Shepherd"

Date Title Author Recipient Summary
February 19, 1791 Letter Citation Daniel Shepherd George Washington Cited in Knox to Shepherd, 03/03/1791; Knox to Shepherd, 08/03/1791.
May 24, 1791 Smith & Shepherd's Contract for Clothing Henry Knox Alexander Hamilton Smith & Shepherd have completed their contact for the clothing for the levies and Mr. Hodgdon has receipted to them for same. Some of the articles were not equal to the pattern and others were superior but on the whole Hodgdon judges that Smith & Shepherd have successfully executed their contract. Additional overalls have been commissioned so that the soldiers will have clean pairs.
December 29, 1791 Knox informs Shepherd of federal support for additional scouts Henry Knox David Shepard Knox informs Shepherd that federal funds will support more scouts than the the two authorized by the Commonwealth of Virginia.
May 20, 1791 United States Account with Smith & Shepherd Edward Nixon Nicholas Eveleigh Balance due Smith & Shepherd for clothing and articles delivered.
April 9, 1800 Settlement of Accounts, with details William Simmons Abraham Shepherd Sec. of War determined Shepherd debited with sums of money after examination of accounts of John Mackey, late Pay Master at the armory of Harper's Ferry. Shepherd was charged on the books of the Office owing the government $2609.20.
April 14, 1791 Letter Citation Henry Knox David Shepard Cited in Knox to Shepherd, 12/10/1792.
March 17, 1792 Letter Citation D. Shepherd Henry Knox Cited in Knox to Shepherd, 04/14/1792.
April 14, 1792 Notification to Pay Henry Knox David Shepard Militia called up into service to be paid.
April 22, 1793 Request for Orders David Shepard Henry Knox Indians have acted in hostile manner; Shepherd requests orders on how to act against them after General Wayne left the quarter.
March 31, 1800 Account of John Mackey James McHenry William Simmons In settling the account of John Mackey, lately the paymaster and storekeeper of the armory at Harpers Ferry, he should be given credit for the money he paid over to Abraham Shepherd, who acts as temporary paymaster and storekeeper, and charge the same to Shepherd.
October 15, 1797 Replying to Leith, Shepherd and Duff's petition James Wilkinson Multiple Recipients Wilkinson responds to Leith, Shepherd and Duffís petition to be able to continue trade in the Ottawa towns. Wilkinson notes that recent military regulations were designed to bring the misdeeds of James McDonald to light. Wilkinson feels he is authorized to regulate within the military reservations, however he is not empowered to authorize Leith, Shepherd and Duff to trade. However, the agent...
September 19, 1798 A Lieutenancy in the Artillery George Shepherd Alexander Hamilton Shepherd seeks Hamilton's recommedation for a lieutenancy in the Artillery and, if none exists, for a similar position in the Infantry.
May 23, 1800 Forwarding Draft of Letter James McHenry John Adams Encloses draft of a letter to Generals Shepherd and Parks, and Justin Ely, as well as the document to which the letter pertains.
September 8, 1795 Account of Elias Langham, Superintendent of Public Stores at Shepherd's Town Virginia William Simmons Timothy Pickering Simmons certifies that $56.95 is due Elias Langham, Superintendent of Public Stores at Shepherd's Town Virginia [now WV], for the balance of his expenditures from December 24th 1794 and his pay from December 25th 1794 through August 1795.
July 24, 1800 Overcharge to United States William Simmons Samuel Annin Simmons received forwarded letter from Secretary of War regarding an overcharge by Abraham Shepherd. Simmons requested testimony as soon as possible and commended Annin for his action.
September 14, 1793 Request for a safe conveyance Thomas Jefferson Samuel Sterett Thomas Jefferson with compliments to Mr. Sterrett will thank him for giving a safe conveyance to inland, which he prefers making from Baltimore. Mentions bill of exchange, Van Shepherd and Hubard.
February 13, 1800 Amount Due Me for Repairing Arms Conrad Byers Samuel Hodgdon Byers has drawn on Hodgdon in favor Abraham Shepherd for $79.85. This is the sum due Byers for the repair of arms under an agreement with Major Langham, Superintendent of Military Stores at Shepherds Town. The original contract was for $172.58 but the work he has done entitles Power to no more than the above stated sum.
July 13, 1795 Receipt for repair and cleaning of arms at Shepherd's Town Virginia John Liens [not available] Receipt of payment $1000 on account of repairing and cleaning arms at Shepherd's Town Virginia for which Major Elias Langham is to be accountable.
March 29, 1792 Two Suits of Clothing John Stagg William Knox If there are two suits of music uniform clothing of the five hundred suits of Smith & Shepherd, Knox is directed to give same to Lt. Bines for Capt. Wells company of infantry.
February 10, 1801 Account of Expenditures Delayed and Partial Return of Articles Samuel Annin Samuel Hodgdon Annin does not have the accounts of expenditures, because he had to return them so the many mistakes could be fixed. Once they are complete he will send them directly to Hodgdon. Encloses a partial return of articles on hand as of January 1.
May 10, 1790 Appointment of Spies D. Shepherd Henry Knox Details on the assignment of spies to Western side of Ohio River. Recent acts of Indians recounted.
January 30, 1801 Removal of Public Stores to Harpers Ferry Samuel Dexter Samuel Annin Letter, directs removal of public stores to Harper's Ferry.
March 4, 1799 Depostions of John Mackey and Robert Whittel John Mackey [not available] John Mackey makes an oath on the holy Evangelist that he never has had, or intends to have, a partnership with the Commissary in the supply of provisions. Under oath, Robert Whittel affirms same. Justices of the Peace Abraham Shepherd and George North validate these two statements.
November 25, 1796 Shoes & Blankets to be Forwarded to Pittsburgh, Etc. Elias Langham Samuel Hodgdon As ordered by the Secretary of War, the shoes and blankets at Shepherds Town will be transported to Pittsburgh, a journey that will consume 12 - 20 days. Langham requires the necessary monies to pay the expense of the carriage, baling, boxing, etc. Since the business at Shepherd's Town will be diminished by the approaching winter, he wants to travel to the Western Country to finish his business...
July 24, 1799 Clothing, Horseman's Tents, Subsistence Money, Etc. Thomas Parker Alexander Hamilton "I have received your letter of the 12th instant. Since the date of my last letter, the residue of clothing mentioned in yours have come to hand. We are much in want of the horseman's tents for the officers and I will thank you to request of the Secretary of War to order a marque for my use as the one sent from Shepherd's Town is not fit for service...Major Campbell writes me that his officers...