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Date Title Author Recipient Summary
July 30, 1793 Letter Citation Phineas Bond Henry Knox Cited in Knox to Bond, 07/31/1793.
August 1, 1793 Letter Citation Phineas Bond Henry Knox Cited in Knox to Bond, 08/01/1793.
July 27, 1793 Letter Citation Phineas Bond Henry Knox Cited in Knox to Bond, 07/31/1793.
September 3, 1795 Delay in Letters from Newport Phineas Bond Timothy Pickering Bond believed delay in communications from Newport was due to an accident. No answers on Capt. Home incident.
September 7, 1795 Request for Information on Copy of Statement of Facts Phineas Bond Timothy Pickering Bond requests confirmation on the mailing of the Copy of Statement of Facts relative the the case on Capt. Home and detained officers.
September 8, 1795 Cited letter or document, Phineas Bond to Timothy Pickering Phineas Bond Timothy Pickering Letter, Citation only.
September 5, 1795 Cited letter or document, Phineas Bond to Timothy Pickering Phineas Bond Timothy Pickering Letter, Citation only.
August 17, 1795 Cited letter or document, Phineas Bond to Timothy Pickering Phineas Bond Timothy Pickering Letter, Citation only.
November 30, 1795 Documents Refuting Claim of Seizure Phineas Bond Timothy Pickering Bond noted his possession of documents that refuted claims that Captain Home detained U.S. seamen unlawfully.
September 3, 1795 Reprimand of Captain Home Timothy Pickering Phineas Bond Punishment for Capt. Home's actions and current aggressions should not be postponed any longer. Any additional information regarding the subject of inquiry requested.
December 26, 1800 Regarding blank bond Purveyor's Office Samuel Dexter Received blank bond; returned executed, agreeably to instructions;
November 21, 1791 Recommendation of John Davis, Etc. Thomas Bonds Samuel Hodgdon Relative to Dr. Bond's friend John Davis, he notes that if Hodgdon will take him by the hand it will be gratefully remembered. Hodgdon may feel confident in Davis's industry, sobriety, and integrity so Bond hopes that he can find something for him to do in this flourishing country. Bond is interested in whatever advantages may be in this part of the world as he holds a great deal of valuable...
August 21, 1795 Foreign Relations Timothy Pickering Phineas Bond Statements of Home and Moore required for investigation into the capture of British seamen.
September 8, 1795 Copy of Statement of Facts Not Found Timothy Pickering Phineas Bond No document from Moore to Governor Fenner found, inclosed extract of letter from Moore to Governor.
March 27, 1800 Acknowledged Receipts William Simmons John Chester Simmons received letter with enclosures of Phineas Emons that will be entered on the books.
September 12, 1795 Politics Surrounding Capture of U.S. Seamen Timothy Pickering Phineas Bond Secretary Pickering discussed politics and supposed lies surrounding the aggressions of Captain Home against U.S. seamen.
February 14, 1797 Compliance with a bond William Simmons Matthias Slough Repeats his request that Slough ensure compliance with the terms of the bond entered into with his son and warns of legal action if the amount is not paid or proper vouchers submitted to the War Office
August 24, 1795 Politics with Foreign Nations Phineas Bond Timothy Pickering Wrote Capt. Home and King's Vice Consul in Newport, RI for answers regarding accusations, expects answer shortly. Discussed insult and ill feelings toward government.
December 18, 1799 Letter from the Accountant of the War Department William Simmons Jedediah Huntingdon Simmons informs Huntingdon that Phineas Emons' receipt was received.
September 2, 1799 Letter from the Accountant of the War Department William Simmons Jedediah Huntingdon Simmons informs Huntingdon that Phineas Emmons' receipt was received.
August 1, 1793 Failure to Mount Additional Guns Henry Knox Phineas Bond Knox deems it indefensible that that the additional post-holes made to the ship "Jane" are effectively closed and that the four new gun-carriages and any new guns which she may have in addition to those she brought with her have not been mounted.
August 2, 1787 Mr. Pierce's request regarding Doctor Bond Joseph Howell Edward Williams Mr. Pierce says Doctor Bond has requested attention to claim of Doctor David Gould, who is charged with 2400 pounds. Information is sent for Williams' government.
October 17, 1796 Request to comply with a bond William Simmons Alexander Scott Simmons requests that Scott comply with the terms of a bond in which Scott joined Capt. Jacob Slough to prevent his turning the issue over to the Attorney General
October 17, 1796 Captain Slough's bond William Simmons Jacob Slough Informs Slough that he must comply with the terms of the bond for the settlement of his account or Simmons will refer the matter to the Attorney General
November 24, 1792 $1500 Bond for Mr. Allison R.J. Vandenbrock Samuel Hodgdon Mr. Allison has executed a bond with security for $1500 to be advanced by Hodgdon to him on account of the Quartermaster's department. The Secretary of the Treasury has made out a warrant for this sum in Hodgdon's favor.