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April 24, 1785 Cited letter or document, Timothy Pickering to Elbridge Gerry Timothy Pickering Elbridge Gerry cite only Cited in Gerry to Pickering 04/24/1785
January 23, 1784 Movements of Pickering and Knox Samuel Hodgdon Robert Morris Informs the recpient about the movements of Colonel Pickering and General Knox and asks about the disposition of a letter addressed to them.
June 15, 1798 Correspondence between Wilkinson and Pickering; Murder of an Indian John Caldwell James McHenry Received letters from General Wilkinson, forwarded to General Pickering. Reports the murder of an Indian named Carpanta.
January 3, 1795 Knox has Resigned John Stagg Isaac Craig Informs that Knox resigned and Pickering will replace him.
January 24, 1795 Request for Quantity of Clothing Required Timothy Pickering Samuel Hodgdon In order to provide ample clothing for troops at and around Fort Washington Pickering enclosed information on number of men.
February 25, 1790 Knox writes to Pickering Henry Knox Timothy Pickering Letter, Pickering discusses Indian warfare and politics.
January 7, 1796 Cited Document John Jay Timothy Pickering Cited in Pickering to Jay, 01/13/1796.
April 18, 1795 Cited letter or document, Timothy Pickering to Isaac Craig Timothy Pickering Isaac Craig Cited in Craig to Pickering, 04/24/1795.
March 14, 1795 Cited Document Timothy Pickering Isaac Craig Cited in Craig to Pickering, 03/30/1795 and Craig to Pickering, 04/17/1795.
November 26, 1795 Letter Citation Timothy Pickering Isaac Craig Cited in Craig to Pickering, 12/11/1795. Letter from Timothy Pickering, interim Secretary of War, to Major Isaac Craig.
October 28, 1797 Illegal settlement on the western frontier Timothy Pickering James McHenry Pickering informs McHenry about a letter he received from Kentucky on a possible forced settlement at the Muscle Shoals. 1000 men were said to be ready to proceed, but Pickering firmly believes that this is an exaggeration and does not consider the letter to be of much consequence.
September 12, 1795 Response to Request for Horse Timothy Pickering Solomon Van Rensselaer Pickering tells Van Renselaer that he may keep his public horse until the spring at his own expense or he can purchase him at his current value which seems the best solution.
August 17, 1787 Opposition to Execution of Law by People at Hudson Charles Biddle Timothy Pickering Biddle responds to Pickering's letter of the 13th, assuring him that commissions have been sent to Montgomery care of Balliot. There have been reports that some people at Hudson are determined to oppose execution of the law. Biddle hopes that there is no foundation, since government is doing everything it can to satisfy the settlers, but he warns Pickering to be on his guard just in case.
January 27, 1796 Letter fromTimothy Pickering demanding a stop to the reducing of copper bolts [not available] Henry Jackson Pickering orders naval agent Jackson to stop reducing the copper bolts. It is too expensive, is not necessary, and risks spoiling the temper of the bolts.
June 6, 1795 Simmons discusses pay, finance and accounting with Timothy Pickering William Simmons Timothy Pickering William Simmons discusses the allowable expenses of Major Howe with the Secretary at War, Timothy Pickering.
March 24, 1795 My Knowledge of the Business, Etc. Joseph Howell Timothy Pickering In a largely illegible letter, Howell appears to be discussing sundry accounting concerns with Secretary of War Timothy Pickering.
October 9, 1795 Mr Shore to be discharged as clerk of navy yard at Norfolk Timothy Pickering William Pennock Pickering expresses high regard for Josiah Fox. Fox apparently informed Pickering that Shore is not up the task as clerk of the ship yard at Gosport. After the ship yard closes and the stores are accounted for, Pickering will discharge Shore. Would be happy to hear from Pennock on subject.
August 4, 1795 Warrant to Pay Invalid Pensioners signed by Timothy Pickering. Timothy Pickering John Stockton The letter authorizes the $774 payment of invalids for the period beginning March 5th, 1795, and ending September 4th of the same year.
June 9, 1795 Simmons discusses pay, finance and accounting with Timothy Pickering William Simmons Timothy Pickering William Simmons forwards an extract of letters from Caleb Swan to Secretary at War, Timothy Pickering. Simmons requests that policy be formulated to regulate the payment of subsistence rations to officers.
April 7, 1795 Regarding deviations from frigate design Timothy Pickering David Stodder Pickering receiving reports that person sent from Philadelphia to render assistance has been rendered uneasy in his situation. Refers to the application of timbers. Pickering outlines policy regarding deviation of frigate design, namely that proposals for changes must be formally submitted to the War Office for consideration.
January 20, 1796 Cited Document Timothy Pickering Alexander Gibson Cited in Gibson to Pickering, 02/16/1796.
January 13, 1795 Letter Citation William Blount Timothy Pickering Cited in Pickering to Blount, 03/23/1795.
January 10, 1795 Letter Citation Timothy Pickering David Henley Cited in Pickering to Henley, 03/23/1795.
[not available] Letter Citation Timothy Pickering Oliver Wolcott, Jr. Cited in Wolcott to Pickering, 02/5/1795.
August 8, 1797 Letter Citation James McHenry Timothy Pickering Cited in Pickering to McHenry, 10/19/1797.