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October 20, 1800 Statement of the Rents of Houses for Public Service at New London Virginia for the Year 1801. Thomas Holt James Gallaway Fiscal estimate for house rents at New London, Virginia for 1800.
September 28, 1795 New London armory expenses William Simmons Timothy Pickering Informs the War Secretary of his observations regarding expense estimates for the armory at New London, Virginia.
May 1, 1800 Estimate of Expenditures at New London, Virginia Thomas Holt [not available] Estimate of expenditures on account of the United States at New London, Virginia for rent of sundry buildings for storage and clerk's office.
October 31, 1798 Estimate of expenditures at New London Virginia Thomas Holt William Simmons Estimate of expenses at New London Virginia. Includes rent of sundry houses to hold military stores and for offices.
July 3, 1794 Receipt of warrant for support of amourers employed at New London Virginia Samuel Hodgdon Joseph Howell Receipt of warrant for support of amourers employed at New London Virginia.
July 3, 1794 Receipt of warrant for support of amourers employed at New London Virginia Samuel Hodgdon Joseph Howell Hodgdon received from Howell a warrant for $2000 for contingencies of ordnance department for support of armourers employed New London Virginia.
October 9, 1794 Warrant for incidental expenses of ordnance department for post at New London in Virginia Samuel Hodgdon Joseph Howell Warrant for incidental expenses of ordnance department for post at New London in Virginia.
August 19, 1794 Abstract of pay due the guard established over the Public Arsenal at New London. Stephen Hillis [not available] List of pay.
November 1, 1799 Estimate of expenditures at New London, Virginia Thomas Holt [not available] Estimate of expenditures on account of United States at New London in Virginia to James Callaway for rent of sundry houses for military stores and as a clerk's office.
October 9, 1793 Receipt from Samuel Hodgdon to Joseph Howell incidental expenses of ordnance department at New London in Virginia Samuel Hodgdon [not available] Hodgdon received $1038.43 on account of incidental expenses of Ordnance Department of post at New London, Virginia agreeable to appropriation for repairs as directed by President of United States.
November 6, 1793 Advertisement for skilled gunsmiths John Legg Samuel Hodgdon John Legg notes that when Joseph Perkins came through Fredericksburg, Virginia on the way to New London, Virginia, he published in the Virginia Herald and advertisement, paying $30 bank notes. Thus far, two have gone to work at New London. Asks for payment to carry advertisement into effect. Notes that the two men who went to work are Edward Wells and Thomas Mallory who once worked at the...
February 12, 1794 Pay roll of the militia guard at New London from December 12, 1793 to February 1, 1794 Thomas Holt Richard Henry Lee Lists names, enlistment dates, and time served at arsenal in New London, Virginia.
July 3, 1795 William Simmons discusses pay, finance and accounting with Edward Carrington William Simmons Edward Carrington Simmons informs Edward Carrington that he is to pay Thomas Holt for duties in the Armory at the post of New London.
May 1, 1800 Order for Payment to James Callaway Thomas Holt William Simmons Holt authorizes payment of $185 to James Callaway for rent of buildings at New London Virginia.
July 11, 1800 Payment to Frederick Shultze as keeper of public store at New London, Virginia Thomas Holt William Simmons Holt requests payment of $86 on 1 December 1800 to Frederick Shultze on account of pay due to Holt as keeper of public store at New London Virginia.
July 21, 1795 Disbursements at the New London Armory William Simmons Thomas Holt Discusses disbursements at the armory in New London with Thomas Holt.
October 1, 1793 Copy of a Letter from the Secretary of War To the Governor of Virginia Henry Knox Henry Lee Information from Thomas Holt on possibility of Negro uprising. Offered guard over small magazine in New London, Virginia and all expenses related to protection from uprising to be paid for by U.S.
February 21, 1797 Delivery of the Iron to the Armory at New London John Stagg Samuel Hodgdon The Purveyor has reported that the iron requested for the armory at New London, Virginia will be delivered in store so transportation should be arranged as soon as possible.
February 1, 1794 Account of Thomas Holt for rations to the militia guard in New London Virginia Thomas Reid Richard Henry Lee Holt has established a public guard at New London Virginia and encloses duplicates containing numbers, rank and time of militia service. Asks for payment for troops. Encloses commissary account.
January 2, 1794 Employment in the Gun Business John Legg Samuel Hodgdon Joseph Perkins published in the Virginia Herald an advertisement for men skilled in the gun business to be employed in New London. He left thirty dollars with Legg to employ as many workmen as he could. Legg asks Hodgdon to provide the necessary money to carry the advertisement into effect. So far only two men have been engaged.
August 19, 1794 Abstract of rations furnished the guard established over the public arsenal at New London. Stephen Hillis [not available] Lists names and amount of rations furnished guards at the New London arsenal.
July 3, 1795 William Simmons discusses pay, finance and accounting with Thomas Holt William Simmons Thomas Holt William Simmons informs Thomas Holt that Edward Carrington has been remitted funds for his pay.
June 12, 1793 Report on the State of Arms in Virginia Joseph Perkin Samuel Hodgdon According to instructions, went to New London, Virginia, to view the public arms. Found damaged muskets because they were stored with salt. Reports number of bayonets, rammers. Refers to wood needed for shelving--walnut or maple, and need for lathes and brushes.
January 6, 1795 Return of work executed in the armory of New London and tools and stores on hand for the month of November 1794 Samuel Hodgdon [not available] Return of work executed in the armory of New London and tools and stores on hand for the month of November 1794.
October 12, 1795 Instructions to pay Thomas Holt William Simmons Edward Carrington William Simmons, accountant at the War Department, directs Edward Carrington, agent in Virginia, to pay Thomas Holt at New London.