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January 14, 1796 Return of Edmund Quincy, Clerk of the Yard Edmund H. Quincy Samuel Hodgdon Enclosed is Quincy's return for December 1795 and Constructor James Hackett's receipt for the articles delivered to him.
June 5, 1795 Quincy's Return for May Edmund H. Quincy Samuel Hodgdon Quincy encloses his return for May 1795, as well as James Hackett's constructor's receipt for sundries delivered to him by Quincy from December 20th 1794 to April 30th 1795. Quincy states he made an error in the amount of white oak timber delivered to Hackett.
August 14, 1795 Regarding the receipts of Edward Quincy William Simmons John Wentworth Informs John Wentworth - Supervisor of Portsmouth - that he has received the receipts of Edward Quincy.
October 12, 1796 Edmund Quincy's salary William Simmons Edmund H. Quincy Notifies Quincy that the money for his quarterly salary was transmitted to Joshua Wentworth, federal supervisor in New Hampshire.
October 4, 1797 Letter Citation Edmund H. Quincy William Simmons Cited in Simmons to Quincy, 10/11/1797.
April 4, 1797 Letter Citation Edmund H. Quincy William Simmons Cited in Simmons to Quincy, 04/17/1797.
September 14, 1799 Forwarding of Confusing Letter John Adams James McHenry Forwards a letter to McHenry, asking for his help in deciphering its meaning.
July 20, 1795 Instructions for paying Edward Quincy William Simmons Joshua Wentworth Directs Joshua Wentworth to pay Edward Quincy for duties as clerk of the naval yard at Portsmouth.
April 16, 1798 Cited letter or document, Samuel Hodgdon to Edmund H. Quincy Samuel Hodgdon Edmund H. Quincy Cited in Quincy to Hodgdon, 05/13/1795.
January 14, 1795 Payment for Service William Simmons Edmund H. Quincy Informs Quincy that he will receive the sum of 187 dollars from Joshua Wentworth.
October 12, 1796 Pay of Edmund Quincy William Simmons Joshua Wentworth Notifies Wentworth that he will receive money from the Treasurer for the pay of Edmund H. Quincy, clerk of the Portsmouth, New Hampshire Navy Yard
October 25, 1797 On Family Matters, and Appointment to the Legation to Berlin (Copy 2) John Adams John Quincy Adams Adams mentions that he has only learned of his son's marriage through newspapers, but nonetheless wishes him and his bride a happy life together. Expresses surprise at Quincy's being "less than pleased" with his posting to Berlin [as part of the Legation to Prussia], and lists reasons why he should be enjoying it. Tries to ease any fears Quincy might have of nepotism from his father. Mentions...
April 15, 1795 Letter Citation Samuel Hodgdon Edmund H. Quincy Cited in Quincy to Hodgdon, 05/13/1795.
March 11, 1797 Cited letter or document, Samuel Hodgdon to Edmund H. Quincy Samuel Hodgdon Edmund H. Quincy Letter, CITATION Only. Cited in Quincy to Hodgdon, 04/04/1797.
October 11, 1797 Certification of payments due; compensation of Edmund Quincy William Simmons James McHenry Certification that $100 is due Edmund H. Quincy, Superintendent of the Navy Yard at Portsmouth New Hampshire, being his compensation for July through September 1797.
February 2, 1796 Returns from Portsmouth New Hampshire Navy Yard Edmund H. Quincy Samuel Hodgdon Quincy reports that he has submitted his shipyard returns for January 1796.
July 20, 1795 Concerning future pay William Simmons Edmund H. Quincy Informs Edward Quincy that Joshua Wentworth will pay him.
December 6, 1796 Timber Delivered to James Hackett, Etc. Edmund H. Quincy Samuel Hodgdon By order of James Scheafe, Naval Agent, Quincy has delivered sundry timber to James Hackett, Constructor of the frigate building for service in the Mediterranean. Quincy has entered account information only in his books and asks Hodgdon to direct the form for keeping the accounts.The Naval Agent expects a vessel from Boston to receive the timber for the frigate building at that place.
July 4, 1796 Suspension of the Building of the Frigate Edmund H. Quincy Samuel Hodgdon Quincy encloses his return along with Constructor James Hackett's receipt. He has not mentioned the articles on hand or not delivered because the construction of the frigate at Portsmouth has been suspended.
July 5, 1796 My Return for July 1796, Etc. Edmund H. Quincy Samuel Hodgdon Quincy transmits his return for July 1796 as well as the receipts for articles delivered to Jeremiah Hill and Gabriel Hale.
July 12, 1797 Salary of Edmund Quincy Superintendent of the Navy Yard at Portsmouth New Hampshire William Simmons James McHenry Certification that $100 is due Edmund H. Quincy, Superintendent of the Navy Yard at Portsmouth New Hampshire, being his salary from April through June 1797.
October 3, 1796 Enclosed Account for Salary Edmund H. Quincy William Simmons Quincy encloses his accounts for salary up to September 30, 1796.
April 4, 1796 Submits Returns for March 1796, Contractor Receipts from Edmund Quincy and James Hacket Edmund H. Quincy Samuel Hodgdon Edmund Quincy, clerk at the Navy Yard Portsmouth New Hampshire, encloses his returns along with those of James Hackett, constructor of the frigate USS Congress.
April 17, 1797 Compensation of Edmund Quincy, clerk at Navy Yard Portsmouth, New Hampshire William Simmons James McHenry Certification that $100 is due Edmund H. Quincy, being his compensation as Superintendent of the Navy Yard at Portsmouth New Hampshire for January through March 1797, to be transmitted to Josiah Wentworth Supervisor of New Hampshire.
October 25, 1796 The Gout Prevented the Transmission of the Voucher Joshua Wentworth William Simmons As directed by Simmons, Wentworth has paid $187.50 to Edmund H. Quincy and has enclosed Quincy's voucher. He should have transmitted the voucher by the last mail but has been unable to do so due to the effect of the gout in his hand.