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Date Title Author Recipient Summary
April 27, 1796 John Weaver's account William Simmons Samuel Hodgdon Discusses deductions to the account of John Weaver for the painting of "the United States barge"
June 1, 1798 Receipt for painting services by Williams and Coates Williams and Coates John Wilkins, Jr. Received from John Wilkins Jr. Quarter Master General, by Isaac Craig, $127.93 for paining done to Commander's quarters at Fort Fayette.
February 10, 1784 Estimate of Money needed for engraving, DeGrasse Ordinance, portrait painting Quartermaster General's Department [not available] From Quartermaster General's Dept. and Commissary of Military Stores Dept. Account Book. Estimate includes Aaron Musgrave portrait painting, transportation of clothing, ordnance for Count Degrasse, Doctor Warfield forage, General Hazen.
June 13, 1795 A Return on Ordnance and Supplies for May and an Update on the Gun Carriages John Bryant Samuel Hodgdon Bryant encloses the return on ordnance and supplies for May. The carriage bodies for the 28 six-pounder guns are all finished except for the side boxes and painting. Bryant expects the work to be completed in three or four weeks, but wishes to know if the 8-inch howitzers are to be mounted in Springfield.
November 12, 1796 Location of Head Quarters Anthony Wayne James McHenry Travel to and from Detroit inhibited by weather and distant location of post, Wayne advised Head Quarters should not be held in Detroit. Advised Pittsburgh as appropriate location for HQ.
June 25, 1795 Return for June and an Update on the Carriage Works John Bryant Samuel Hodgdon Bryant sent return for the month of June along with his vouchers and receipts to the War Office, and provides another report on the work being done by the carriage works. Discussed method and quality of painting.
August 18, 1798 Colors for General Washington, Etc. Samuel Hodgdon James McHenry Mr. Rutter has supplied one of the colors for General Washington but the other is known by Mr. Bleakley who is out of town. Reports indicate that six have been admitted to the hospital and six are dead.
March 21, 1793 2,000 Head of Cattle Taken Mr. Cooke Judge Houston "The settlers on this side of the river are not rich; notwithstanding the number of cattle taken already, as far as we can ascertain, is nearly two thousand head."
August 24, 1789 Pike request appointment from Knox William Pike Henry Knox Letter, asks for appointment in War Office.
June 5, 1793 No War with White People or Red People Little Turkey William Blount Little Turkey reports on the visit of the Cherokee head-men to meet with with the head-men of the Northward Indians. Though the Nortwards appear ready to go to war if provoked by incursions on their land, Little Turkey affirmed the disposition of the Cherokees to remain at peace with whites and Indians.
June 15, 1793 Living in Gores of Blood Double-head Secretary Smith Double-head demands an explanation for the recent attack on the Cherokees that resulted in nine deaths.
1800 Articles for the Use of Headquarters [not available] [not available] List of goods from John Wilkins Jr. requested for the use of Head Quarters.
March 11, 1796 Cited Document James Head William Simmons Cited in Simmons to Head 04/01/1796
July 26, 1791 Drum head for General Butler's son Isaac Craig Unknown Recipient Letter from Major Isaac Craig regarding a drum head for General Butler's son.
February 20, 1800 Letter from the Accountant of the War Department William Simmons James McHenry Simmons puts the claims of John and Amos Woodward before the Secretary at War for decision.
July 7, 1797 Assurances, provisions and musical instruments James Wilkinson Samuel Hodgdon Provisions always to be made and honored at Head Quarters.
June 2, 1799 Letters for the Commanding Officer at Head Quarters David Henley [not available] Informs the commanding officer of the accompanying packet of letters for the Commanding Officer at Head Quarters and other persons.
February 5, 1798 Certification of payments; subsistence of Edward Head, sailing master frigate United States William Simmons James McHenry Certification that $44 is due Edward Head, acting sailing master of the frigate "United States", being for his subsistence from September 13, the date of his appointment, through December 1797.
October 20, 1794 Letter to the Governor of Southwest Territory Double-head William Blount Letter from Double Head of an Indian tribe in Tennessee, to Governor William Blount of the Southwest Territory. These particular Indians have friendly relations with the United States and insult the Creek Indians in the letter. Double Head writes that his people are desirous of hunting, but fear whites on the frontier who may harm them.
August 13, 1798 Instructions for Mr. Hodgdon James McHenry Samuel Hodgdon In a memorandum to Hodgdon, McHenry discusses a number of concerns.
August 20, 1799 Settlement of accounts for office furniture Caleb Swan George Ruddach List of payments to George Ruddach for work done in the War Offices.
May 3, 1799 Trial of the Insurgent, Etc. William Montgomery Samuel Hodgdon Montgomery reports that two days have been taken up in examining the withesses in the trial of the insurgent and the jury is not allowed to go home. He complains that the business of the Grand Jury has prevented him from going anywhere.
April 30, 1800 Amount of Warrants Requested William Simmons James McHenry Request for amounts of Warrants issued under Head of Fortifications of Ports and Harbors rendered by Simmons.
March 30, 1791 Estimated Costs for Campaign Against the Indians Henry Knox Alexander Hamilton Estimate of the money required by the Quarter Master Department before July 1, 1791, in order to make the necessary preparations for an upcoming campaign against Indians
November 1, 1794 Illegal attack on Cherokee William Blount Double-head Letter from William Blount, Governor of Southwest Territory, to Double-head, Chief of the Lower Cherokees. Blount warns Double-head that General Logan of Kentucky has raised a "large army of volunteers, unauthorized by Government, to invade and destroy the Lower Cherokee towns." General Logan's reasoning behind the illegal attack is that the Lower towns have provoked violence on the frontier, and...