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Date Title Author Recipient Summary
September 19, 1794 Discharge of worker from Statist expedition Alexander James Dallas Alexander Hamilton Governor Mifflin has directed that, in compliance with Alexander Dallas's request, a workman by the name of Samuel Owner be discharged from the military expedition headed west to respond to the Whiskey Rebellion. Owner was employed by the United States government, but authorities had drafted him after the outbreak of the insurrection.
February 7, 1801 Adding a Credit to Alexander Humphrey's Account William Simmons Samuel Hodgdon Adding a credit to Alexander Humphrey's account related to accounts of Alexander Humphreys for money expended in erection of huts for recruits at Staunton Rendezvous.
July 29, 1799 Reports Payment of Accounts to Alexander Turner to Pay McKinley's Deserted Wife & Children Samuel Hodgdon William Mckinley Reports that the balance of McKinley's account has long been paid to Alexander Turner as reimbursement for monies advanced to support McKinley's deserted wife and children.
June 29, 1799 Letter from the Accountant of the War Department William Simmons Edward Carrington Simmons authorizes Carrington to make payment to Captain Samuel Eddins.
March 27, 1793 Account of Alexander Dow Joseph Howell Richard Harrison Certification of pay and service for Alexander Dow
June 18, 1799 Recalls Arms Samuel Hodgdon Ebenezer Stevens Refers to letter from Alexander Hamilton to the Secretary of War. Questions recent order of arms--by whom they were ordered, when, where, and to whom they were received. When recalled, the arms will be taken into Stevens's possession.
December 31, 1792 Money Owed A. Scott and Co. Richard Harrison Samuel Hodgdon Inquiry on purchase of 200 horses made allegedly under the direction of Hodgdon.
September 10, 1798 Assisting Alexander Hamilton Thomas Campbell Samuel Hodgdon Campbell informs Hodgdon that Alexander Hamilton needs his assistance in settling the affairs of his deceased son James Hamilton until his son Matthew Hamilton can provide that assistance.
May 15, 1799 Recommends Colonel Alexander Macombe Alexander Hamilton James McHenry Recommends Colonel Alexander Macombe.
January 1, 1795 Articles of Agreement between Alexander Hamilton and Samuel Breck Alexander Hamilton [not available] Agreement that the U.S. will purchase sail cloth from S. Breck on behalf of the Canvas or Sail cloth Manufactory at Boston and that the articles will be delivered to appointed person.
October 3, 1794 Request for clothing and blankets John Stagg Samuel Hodgdon John Stagg, Chief Clerk of the War Department, requests that Samuel Hodgdon transport to New York twenty suits of clothing and blankets, for the use of Captain Alexander Thompson and his company of artillerists and engineers. Hodgdon is the Commissary of Military Stores.
June 4, 1799 Pay Attention to Patterson's Letter James McHenry Alexander Hamilton "I think the information contained in the enclosed letter from Mr. Patterson [is] entitled to attention. The writer stands high in the opinion of Mr. Sitgreaves and I have always heard him spoken of as a man of honor and veracity. He was a candidate for one of the regiments. Be pleased to return me the letter."
November 26, 1795 Instructions to pay Captain Gibson William Simmons Edward Carrington Informs Carrington that the Treasurer will remit him the sum of 591 dollars, to be transmitted to Capt. Alexander Gibson.
January 24, 1800 Journey Cannot Be Made while Snow is on the Ground William Alexander Samuel Hodgdon Alexander has received the letter from Mr. Parker with the ten military warrants for Mr. Cutter enclosed. If they had been received earlier, they would have been forwarded by post but the journey cannot be made while snow is on the ground and they cannot find the traces of the old channel from the Spring. Even when the snow is gone, the channel will be difficult to find but Alexander will still...
January 6, 1797 Alexander's Detention Staats Morris William Simmons Capt. Morris notes that Alexander's receipts are not included in his receipt rolls because he has been informed that Alexander has been detained in Philadelphia by the civil authorities. If that is the case, Morris asks that the recruiting officer in Philadelphia or some other official release Alexander and send him forward to Morris. Robert Dean's pay has also been omitted because he is being...
July 13, 1798 Suits of Infantry Clothing Timothy Pickering John Harris Harris is to deliver four sergeant and forty six private suits of infantry for transportation to Staunton, Virginia.
March 21, 1794 Supplies Arrived Michael Jones Samuel Hodgdon Jones acknowledges receipt of powder and files from Charles Anderson and Alexander White.
August 22, 1799 Receipt for pay of troops stationed Fort Niagara Samuel Lewis William Simmons Receipt of William Simmons to Samuel Lewis for $652 to be transmitted to Captain Alexander Thompson on account of pay of himself and troops stationed Fort Niagara from 1 March to 31 May 1799.
September 18, 1794 Whiskey Rebellion William Pinckney Alexander Hamilton Letter from William Pinckney to Alexander Hamilton, regarding the Whiskey Rebellion. Image not available.
November 2, 1798 Arms & Clothing for Capt. Gibson Samuel Hodgdon Elias Langham Langham is asked to deliver sundry clothing, arms, and equipage to Capt. Alexander Gibson.
October 8, 1794 Complaints about Samuel Hodgdon Alexander Hamilton Henry Knox Writes that while Samuel Hodgdon is a worthy man, he is incompetent as a Supervisor of Military Stores. Hamilton does not believe that the transportation of stores is as difficult as Hodgdon makes it out to be. Clothing has consistently arrived late.
December 21, 1798 Capture of Alexander Jamison James McHenry Unknown Recipient Description of Alexander Jamison for apprehension. Jamison guilty of fraudulent recruiting activity.
October 12, 1795 Funds for troops on Governor's Island William Simmons Nehemiah Freeman Informs Lt. Freeman that Samuel Fisher will remit funds to him for payment to Henry Tulford, John Smith, Alexander Thompson, and the troops on Governor's Island
July 7, 1791 Enclosed Letters Samuel Colesworthy William Knox Directs Knox to deliver enclosed letters, one to Captain Hodgdon and the other to an Alexander whose last name is illegible. The letters contain personal matters, and Colesworthy asks that the letters only be entrusted to careful carriers.
September 26, 1794 Money for the War Department Joseph Howell Alexander Hamilton Asks the Accountant of the War Department to place $10,000 in the hands of the Treasurer, Samuel Meredith, for the use of the Department of War.