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Date Title Author Recipient Summary
September 10, 1787 Giving Thanks to General Knox DuPlesses Henry Knox DuPlesses gives effusive thanks to Knox for his attentiveness and friendship during his time in America. Outlines the political situation in Europe.
February 25, 1800 Regarding Replacement of a Commission Plate Samuel Hodgdon Israel Whelen Refers to the replacement of a commission plate and a print struck from it.
March 22, 1793 The Mad Dog of the Tuckaubatchees' Talk. Mad Dog [not available] PRINT - no source given in DE1
1800 France under Napoleon James McHenry Unknown Recipient McHenry discusses France under the rule of Napoleon; also cites Voltaire.
June 13, 1800 Final Letter to Little Turtle Isaac Craig Samuel Hodgdon Major Craig confirms that the Secretary at War's final letter to Little Turtle will be printed as instructed. Craig also discusses accounting matters with Hodgdon.
February 11, 1784 Settlement of Army Accounts John Pierce Jere. V. Rensselaer Status of the settlement of the Army's accounts. Request for a printer to print an advertisement.
March 28, 1785 Procurement of Cloth Benjamin Lincoln Samuel Hodgdon Benjamin Lincoln sends to Samuel Hodgdon a letter requesting the procurement of cloth. Requested method of reimbursing Hodgdon for the cost of supplies.
September 23, 1785 Propriety of printing versus writing John Pierce Board of Treasury John Pierce submits to the Board of Treasury a proposal to print copies of the account register for each state. According to Pierce, the states will need these registers to verify the activities of the agents assigned to settle accounts.
July 31, 1791 Tatham discusses topography with Knox William Tatham Henry Knox Letter, encloses Topographical Analysis cover sheet; discusses publication of Topographical Analysis.
August 9, 1799 Accounts and Cost of Printing Isaac Craig William Simmons Enclosed sundry rolls and vouchers and disbursements made to the army agreeable to enclosed schedule. Received notification from Hagner that all accounts were accepted and paid except for the payment of E. Turner for expenses accrued in pursuit of a deserter. Requested info on printer and rate in Philadelphia for J.Scull who is printing muster and pay rolls per request of D. Strong.
April 23, 1800 Proposing the Establishment of a National Gazette John Adams Timothy Pickering Adams wrote the heads of the departments about the need for a gazette similar to those in France and Britain, provided justification for the use of the gazette. Such a gazette in the U.S. would print proclamations, articles of war, articles of the navy, appointments in the army and navy and other branches of public service. To publish said gazette he requested the appointment of a President's...
April 27, 1790 Claims of General Hazen Nicholas Eveleigh Joseph Howell Transmits a letter from the Secretary of the Treasury regarding the account of General Moses Hazen and his several claims upon the United States. Accompanying the letter is a report of the Auditor, who has had these claims under examination.
January 15, 1786 Journal of the Treaty at Hopewell Commissioners Plenipotentiary Congress of the United States PRINT document. Journal of the Treaty at Hopewell 7-15 January 1786
September 23, 1785 Regarding need for multiple copies of the registry of settlement securities issued states for arrears due the Army John Pierce Board of Commissioners Letter, discusses the need for multiple copies of the registry of settlement securities issued states for arrears due the Army; advises printing the registry.
November 1, 1790 Judge Pendleton discusses war, land, and treaties with Knox Nathaniel Pendleton Henry Knox Letter, discusses land companies; discusses settlers' aggression toward Indians; war for profit; describes the Combined Society.
August 4, 1791 Update on Supply and Location of Troops Henry Knox Arthur St. Clair Knox tells St. Clair of the many preparations regarding provisioning and troop movements that are being made in anticipation of the approaching campaign against the western Indians.
August 27, 1793 Message from Secretary of War Henry Knox to the Hanging Maw sent by Governor Blount on the Incident at Hanging Maw Henry Knox Hanging Maw Knox conveys the wishes of President of United States General George Washington, who expresses indignation at the attack made upon him [presumably attack and murder by Major Beard and his men at Hanging Maw's house]. Knox notes that Washington has directed Governor Blount to bring the perpetrators to justice. Knox tells Hanging Maw that whites do not carry out individual revenge; it is the job of...
September 17, 1797 His is Artful at Concealing Them from the Public, Etc. Seth Wigginton Samuel Hodgdon Wigginton describes his suspicions regarding a wagoner who he suspects is stealing cannon balls from the public. He gets his 'negroes' to break into the house and take as many as is convenient at the time. He is very artful at concealing them from the public. His wagons generally travel at night with the balls covered with hay and straw.