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September 18, 1799 Thoughts on the Crime of & Pardon for Andrew Anderson John Adams James McHenry Adams discusses his thoughts on the sentencing of Andrew Anderson, believing that the prisoners Anderson was accused of helping escape had induced him to desert. Encloses Anderson's pardon, leaving it to McHenry to determine its delivery -- suggests delivering it to Anderson at the gallows, with the announcement that this is the last time such a crime will be pardoned.
August 23, 1792 Account of Isaac Anderson Joseph Howell Richard Harrison Certification of pay and service for Isaac Anderson, late a private in Lee's Legion.
November 20, 1800 Exchange, David Anderson, Wilmington, North Carolina Daniel Wheaton Samuel Dexter Wheaton paid $832.70 to David Anderson.
April 5, 1799 Payment to George Anderson Caleb Swan James McHenry Swan requests exchange for $1000 to George Anderson.
April 5, 1799 Payment to George Anderson Caleb Swan James McHenry Caleb Swan requests payment of $1184 dollars to George Anderson.
August 15, 1797 Letter Citation Samuel Hodgdon Alexander Anderson Cited in Anderson to Hodgdon, 08/21/1797.
September 12, 1798 Cannon Cannot Be Sent Until the Sickness Is Over Alexander Anderson Samuel Hodgdon Anderson is pleased that Hodgdon is well although the risk he is taking is too great. Nothing has been with the Phillips affair so Hodgdon should pursue it. The cannon will be sent down as soon as the sickness is over.
November 14, 1785 Examination of accounts of Invalid Regiment Joseph Howell Robert Anderson Regarding accounts of Invalid Regiment, found that Anderson received a certificate of Colonel Nicola. One was for pay, another for clothing. Mentions deficiencies in pay. Requests that Anderson provide more proof of service.
April 4, 1794 Account of Thomas Anderson Joseph Howell Richard Harrison Certification of service and settlement of pay for Thomas Anderson, late private in the 3rd South Carolina Regiment
December 5, 1794 Deliveries of Bundles of Cash Joseph Howell Charles Anderson Two bundles of money, amounting to $15,000, will be delivered according to Anderson's instructions from the Secretary of War.
November 4, 1785 Cited letter or document, Robert Anderson to Joseph Howell Robert Anderson Joseph Howell cite only Cited in Howell to Anderson, 11/14/1785.
October 1, 1796 Power of Attorney to Jacob Rohm, Etc. Charles Anderson Samuel Hodgdon Anderson has given Power of Attorney to Jacob Rohm in Shippensburg who will handle his business during his absence. He informed Rohm to detain whatever business exists with Samuel McClintock until he has a clearance from Hodgdon.
April 23, 1798 The Sheriff Will Keep a Sharp Lookout for Phillips, Etc. Alexander Anderson Samuel Hodgdon Anderson has agreed that since Henderson is well recommended, he will take the load on Thursday and will be paid enough to provide sufficient security for the safe delivery of the goods. The Sheriff is keeping a sharp lookout for Phillips but so far he has not been found and the man sent to look for Phillips has heard nothing of him.
1799 Unsigned Presidential Endorsement of Capital Punishment for Andrew Anderson John Adams [not available] States the particulars of the court martial and conviction of Andrew Anderson, and affirms his sentence to hang, in the name of "the beneficial influence of well-placed examples in Military Service." [Note: Adams signaled his intent to pardon Andrew Anderson at the last minute in his letter to McHenry of September 18, 1799].
December 27, 1794 William Pinckney presents his compliments to the new Secretary of War William Pinckney Thomas Pickering Pinckney says that he forwarded letters to Mr. Anderson and Doctor Pollard [?] and encloses a letter from the latter but has not received an answer from Anderson.
March 21, 1794 Supplies Arrived Michael Jones Samuel Hodgdon Jones acknowledges receipt of powder and files from Charles Anderson and Alexander White.
April 12, 1797 Possible Embargo of French Products Alexander Anderson Samuel Hodgdon Anderson is at loss relative to the purchase of French wheat because he does not know whether the differences with France will result in a serious breach between that country and the United States. He solicits Hodgdon's opinion as to whether he thinks Congress will impose an embargo on products from France.
April 15, 1800 Letter Citation Senator Joseph Inslee Anderson William Simmons Cited in Simmons to Anderson, 04/16/1800
August 21, 1797 Alarmed at the Reports of the Fever in the City, Etc. Alexander Anderson Samuel Hodgdon Anderson has examined the coach mentioned in the letter and finds it to be deficient. He is alarmed at the reports of the fever in the city and hopes that family and friends are all well.
July 26, 1798 Brass Six Pounder in Lancaster Samuel Hodgdon Alexander Anderson Colonel Anderson is asked to investigate a brass six pounder located in Lancaster which may have been left by the troops returning from the Insurgent War of 1793.
July 31, 1786 Claim for pay due John Harris Charles Anderson Unknown Recipient Order to deliver the pay due to John Harris - soldier in the Continental Army during the Revolutionary War - to Richard Anderson.
March 21, 1794 Delivery of Files & Powder Michael Jones Samuel Hodgdon Jones received from Charles Anderson, wagoner, one box of sixty dozen assorted files and from Alex White nineteen barrels of powder, without invoice.
February 17, 1799 Impossible to Make Satisfactory Returns, Etc. Charles Anderson Samuel Hodgdon Anderson explains why he has not forwarded a return of business and expenditures for the year 1798. There are so many small parties sent in separate directions that he scarcely has an hour's leisure so it has been impossible to make satisfactory returns.
March 5, 1798 Cited Document Andrew Jackson John Adams Cited letter or document; cited in McHenry to Jackson, Anderson and Claiborne, 03/07/1798.
April 4, 1798 Supplies for the Treaty with the Cherokees Samuel Hodgdon Alexander Anderson Hodgdon's expresses his disgust with the "rascal" Phillips who apparently will not meet his obligations regarding the supplies needed for the Treaty with the Cherokees. Anderson is asked to find a reliable replacement for Phillips who will carry out this important mission.