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Date Title Author Recipient Summary
September 12, 1789 Compiled List Josiah Harmar Henry Knox Bulleted list of questions and statements. Mentioned "hawk notes" and the Pioneer Association of Cincinnati, an essay or writing of some type on the Historical Collections of Tuskcarawa Valley, a transcribed letter from Harmar to Knox regarding construction near a river, the proceedings of the Judiciaries of the Reformed Church of America relative to tyranny and personal suffering. Diagram...
April 23, 1799 Revising the Proceedings of the Trial of Sergeant Hunt Alexander Hamilton Washington Morton Hamilton observes that the Articles of War require that two thirds of the members of the Court must vote to convict in cases where the death penalty is inflicted. He presumes that was true in the trial of Sergeant Hunt and directs Morton to insert a clause in the trial proceedings stating that fact.
March 21, 1799 Trial of Capt. Samuel Vance Charles W. Hare Alexander Hamilton Hare transmits the proceedings of the General Court Martial held for the trial of Capt. Samuel Vance. Since there are no other cases, the court will be adjourned.
August 22, 1799 Resignation of Lieutenant Church Alexander Hamilton Nathan Rice "I have just received a letter from the Secretary of War in which he informs me that the resignation of Lieutenant Samuel W. Church of your regiment is accepted. You will please to signify the same to Lieutenant Church and inform me when he actually receives the notice."
September 13, 1798 Caring for Philip Church James McHenry Alexander Hamilton McHenry tells Hamilton to assure Philip Church's mother that he will take the same care of Philip that he would of his own son.
September 13, 1798 Caring for Philip Church James McHenry Alexander Hamilton McHenry tells Hamilton to assure Mrs. Church that will take the same care of her son Philip that he would of his own son.
June 13, 1798 COPY: [Copy of court martial proceedings at Spring Garden 5/11/1798. Enclosed in Tousard to Simmons 06/13/1798.] Lewis Tousard [not available] Record of court martial proceedings against deserters. Court found 2 prisoners guilty.
March 17, 1800 Resignation of Lt. W. Church Alexander Hamilton Nathan Rice The Secretary of War has informed Hamilton that the resignation of Lt. W. Church was accepted, Col. Hunnewell should notify Lt. Church of the acceptance.
June 25, 1787 Dr. Bronson not able to attend trial at Philadelphia Caleb Swan Joseph Howell Delivered letter to Doctor Bronson who says his lame leg probably will not permit him to attend the trial in Philadelphia and that he will write to Howell to inform of situation.
June 1, 1799 Regarding Laws Concerning Military Courts Martial James McHenry John Adams Forwards the proceedings of a court martial convened on the Natchez in July 1798. Ensign David Fero has been sentenced to dismissal from the service, which Adams must approve. Apparently Fero objected to some of the members of the court, but his request that other officers serve could not be granted (due to the shortage of officers on the frontier). He refused to plead to any of the charges,...
August 24, 1798 Personal Request for the Appointment of Philip Church Alexander Hamilton John Adams Contrary to Hamilton's morals, he requests a personal favor. The favor is the appointment of Philip Church's to Captain of Infantry. Hamilton lists Church's qualifications and notes he will make Church his Aides-De-Camp.
December 23, 1799 Missing Capt. Church William S. Smith Alexander Hamilton Smith regrets the loss to his regiment of Capt. Philip Church who has become aide-de-camp to Hamilton.
May 24, 1787 Regarding the trial for passing of altered certificates Joseph Howell Thomas Smith The trial of the person confined in Smith's jail has been postponed until July. Pierce cannot attend; therefore has requested that Howell be present a the time appointed. Asks about the date of the trial.
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.
November 3, 1800 Trial of the Superintendent and Storekeeper Joseph Williams Samuel Hodgdon Respecting the trial of the Superintendent and Storekeeper , the court appointed an attorney to prosecute on behalf of the United States and the Superintendent has two able counsel to defend him. The trial lasted five days but there are still things to clear up. The Court has appointed George Bliss, Ames' attorney, to prosecute Williams. It will not, however, be within the power of the Court to...
September 3, 1798 Notification of Philip Church's Appointment to Capt. of Infantry John Adams Alexander Hamilton Adams notified Hamilton that he met Hamilton's nephew, Philip Church in Philadelphia and New York. Being pleased with him, Adams appointed Church title Capt. of Infantry, per request of Hamilton.
June 13, 1787 Mrs. Howell health; counterfeit trial Joseph Howell Caleb Swan Mrs. Howell is getting better. Physician wants her moved to country. Recommended air of Long Island. Trial for counterfeiter draws near.
May 11, 1791 Statement of the Claim of Thomas Church Joseph Howell Oliver Wolcott, Jr. The United States in account with Thomas Church, late a Major in the 4th Pennsylvania Regiment.
September 22, 1791 The Proceedings Should be Closed Arthur St. Clair Winslow Warren General St. Clair informs Warren that evidence from Kentucky will probably not come forward so the evidence before the court is complete and the proceedings should be closed.
November 12, 1800 Results of court martial proceedings; discusses presidential order Samuel Dexter James Wilkinson Letter, discusses results of court martial proceedings; discusses presidential order. Captain John Bishop of 2nd Regiment Artillerists and Engineers and Lieutenant Stephen Simmons of cavalry are to be dismissed from service of United States.
July 25, 1787 Proceedings against Barns, the acquittal, and offers of assistance Thomas Barns John Pierce References Barn's trial and a Grand Jury proceeding. Makes mention of proceedings and the termination of the malicious and vile prosecution, and the acquittal. Contends that the real offenders go at large with impunity. Offers his assistance in bringing those who are guilty to justice.
January 3, 1800 Trial of Lt. Hoffman, Etc. Alexander Hamilton William S. Smith Hamilton discusses the problems with the contract with the Agent for New Jersey. He commends Smith's action on this and other items. The trial of Lt. Hoffman for purloining ten dollars from Lt. Livingston has been postponed due to the absence of Lt. Wands, but it would not be proper to postpone it much longer on this account.
May 1, 1799 Appointment of Capt. Church as Aide de Camp Alexander Hamilton William S. Smith Hamilton informs Smith of the appointment of Capt. Church, of Smith's regiment, as Hamilton's Aide de Camp. Church has Hamilton's permission to begin the recruiting services for his company.
September 22, 1791 Ready to Close the Proceedings Winslow Warren Arthur St. Clair The Court of Inquiry is prepared to close the proceedings unless General St. Clair has additional evidence.
August 1, 1785 Forwards Lafayette's Military Proceedings; Requests History of Revolution; Trade Politics with France & England James McHenry George Washington Sends the "military and patriotic proceedings" of the Marquis de Lafayette. Requests history of Lafayette for Doctor Gordon for inclusion in an upcoming account of the American Revolution. Expresses opinions about trade politics with France and England.