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Date Title Author Recipient Summary
May 19, 1790 Pay Due to Major Call Joseph Howell John Hopkins Discusses the specie pay due to Major Richard Call
[not available] Account of Major David Hopkins Joseph Howell Unknown Recipient Remarks on the account of Major David Hopkins. Hopkins was overpaid in 1782.
January 15, 1787 Certificate needed John Pierce John Hopkins Requests that Hopkins hold the amount owed to Major Richard Call until Call is able to procure a certificate that verifies that the old emissions advanced by the state of Virginia have been accounted for.
March 22, 1797 Account closed William Simmons John Hopkins Notifies Hopkins that he has received a certificate at the War Office that will allow him to close Hopkins' account.
January 27, 1797 Accounting for money William Simmons John Hopkins Requests that Hopkins provide his account for monies received from the War Office to pay the arrears of pay of the Virginia Line from the Revolutionary War. Cited in Hopkins to Simmons, 02/10/1797.
October 29, 1796 Recommends Matthew Hopkins for Employment in the Public Offices Levi Winder James McHenry Matthew Hopkins seeks employment in the public offices.
November 25, 1799 Letter from the Accountant of the War Department William Simmons Rufus Hopkins Simmons informs Rufus and Silvanus Hopkins to expect payment from the Treasurer of the United States for the manufacture of cannon.
May 16, 1793 Payment to Hopkins Henry Knox Henry Lee Acknowledges the receipt of information from Colonel Campbell regarding the Cherokee. Authorized payment to be made to John Hopkins.
November 18, 1791 Account of Major Hopkins Joseph Howell Unknown Recipient Remarks on the account of Major David Hopkins, settled by Lt. Heard (?) at Baltimore.
June 3, 1792 ENCLOSURE: Delivery of National Bank Notes Henry Bowyer John Hopkins Bpwyer eceived the $500 in National Bank notes from Hopkins in May. As his business does not allow personal application, asks Hopkins to deliver to Archibald Murray. Has also written the Secretary of War and asks Hopkins to forward the letter.
April 19, 1792 Advances Made to the Militia John Hopkins Joseph Howell Hopkins has received a Treasury draft for $1300 and bank notes in the amount of $3545.53 for the purpose of reimbursing the state of Virginia for advances made to the militia. The same has been offered to the Tresurer who refuses to take them. The bank notes will be exchanged for cash and the whole paid to the Treasurer. Hopkins will be Philadelphia in May and will obtain receipts if he can...
March 18, 1797 Accounts and receipts William Simmons Richard Harrison Sends extracts of the accounts of Abraham Hunt, Elias Dayton, and John Hopkins who are "considerably indebted" to the U. S. Requests the receipts they claim to have sent to the Treasury.
April 1, 1800 The Case of Beal and Hopkins James McHenry Alexander Hamilton McHenry advises that it would be a mistake to depart from the rules regarding relative rank, even though in the case of Beal and Hopkins, Beal is the preferable officer. Adding grades to ranks or departing from the rules would create more difficulties than solutions. McHenry refers to a letter of January 10, 1799 regarding appointments.
March 10, 1791 Letter Citation Joseph Howell John Hopkins Cited in Hopkins to Howell, 04/04/1791.
April 4, 1791 Land Warrant for Capain Rose John Hopkins Joseph Howell Hopkins acknowledges receipt of the land warrant for Captain Alexander Rose.
April 7, 1792 Letter Citation Henry Knox John Hopkins Cited in Hopkins to Knox, 04/19/1792.
February 16, 1793 Pay of Colonel Gunn Joseph Howell John Hopkins Colonel Gunn informed Howell that Hopkins has refused to pay Gunn for want of a certificate from Howell. Howell says that it does not appear by his books that he has any monies to account except what can be secured to the United States in settling Gunn's account for depreciation. Therefore, Hopkins is at liberty to comply with wishes of Gunn.
July 18, 1799 Hopkins' Reply to the Circular of July 13, 1799 David Hopkins James McHenry This is Hopkins' reply to McHenry's Circular of 7/13/1799 in which he asked for the details of each officer's military service which would be used in settling their relative rank.
July 31, 1799 Contract between James McHenry and Rufus and Sylvanus Hopkins for supplying iron cannon [not available] [not available] Articles of agreement between James McHenry and Rufus Hopkins and Sylvanus Hopkins of Providence Rhode Island for and on behalf of Hope Furnace to furnish cannon of various caliber, to include 24, 18, 12 and 9 pounders. Details the process of proving and inspecting the cannon.
July 7, 1799 Letter from David Hopkins David Hopkins Josias Carvel Hall Letter from David Hopkins to Josias Carvel Hall. Image not available.
October 13, 1793 Payment to John Hopkins on account of expenses incurred by State of Virginia for defensive protection of frontier Henry Lee [not available] Lee requests payment of $10,000 to John Hopkins on account of commissions of federal building, account of commonwealth of Virginia, and expenses for protection of frontier.
July 15, 1786 Enclosed accounts of subsistence and forage David Hopkins Joseph Howell Major Hopkins encloses his accounts of subsistence and forage in the service of the United States.
January 4, 1787 Account of Captain Groins John Pierce John Hopkins Informs Hopkins that the account of Captain Groins omits the amount for the purchase of a wagon and team. Therefore his order must be held until he produces a certificate that accounts for this sum.
November 30, 1799 Received of Secretary of War, by draft from Treasurer of United States contract for cannon to be manufactured at Hope Furnace [not available] James McHenry Rufus and Sylvanus Hopkins received draft for $6000 from Treasurer of United States on account of contract for cannon for the United States to be manufactured at the Hope Furnace.
March 1, 1788 Money for the Stage Owners John Pierce [not available] Pierce has received a sum from John Hopkins to be paid to the stage owners for transportating a box of [?] from Richmond to New York.