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Date Title Author Recipient Summary
May 11, 1796 Boats Built in Schenectady for Transporting Goods to the Northward Nathan Jones Samuel Hodgdon The Secretary of War wants Hodgdon to provide him with information regarding three boats built in Schenectady and used in the service of the US Army.
May 19, 1796 Deliver Three Three-Handed Boats from Schenectady to Jacob S. Glen James McHenry Samuel Hodgdon McHenry orders Hodgdon to deliver three three-handed boats to Jacob S. Glen.
February 26, 1801 Certification of payment; Henry Glenn for storage of shells, cannon balls, belonging to United States in town of Schenectady New York William Simmons Samuel Dexter Certification of payment; $27.80 to Henry Glenn for storage of shells, cannon balls, belonging to United States in town of Schenectady New York.
February 28, 1799 Certification of payments; Henry Glen for storing shells, cannon balls in town of Schenectady, New York William Simmons James McHenry Certification of payments; $13.19 to Henry Glen for storing shells, cannon balls in town of Schenectady, New York.
July 15, 1799 Compensation Allowed to British Troops Philip Schuyler Alexander Hamilton Acknowledges Hamilton's letter of "the 9th Instant." Lists the amounts of fuel and other supplies "for which a compensation, in money was allowed, to the British troops, in the barracks, and when quartered on the Inhabitants in this city, Schenectady, and the vicinity."
January 22, 1796 Account of Henry Glen William Simmons Timothy Pickering Simmons certifies that $22 is due Henry Glen, being the amount of his account for storing shells and cannon balls in Schenectady from June through December 1795.
September 29, 1797 Supply Line Isaac Craig Samuel Hodgdon Inquiry into statement that Northern posts of Niagara, Detroit, and Michilemacinac would be supplied via Albany and Schenectady. Requested stationary and writing paper.
June 27, 1796 Reports Receipt and Shipment of Flags; Encloses Salary Voucher Michael G. Houdin Samuel Hodgdon Reports receipt of flags. Sent them by stage to Schenectady to be delivered to Henry Dare, to be forwarded to Capt. Bruft, who has left Albany. Expresses concern about news from Mr. Dickenson. Encloses voucher for salary. Salutes Mrs. Hodgdon and family.
January 20, 1796 Regarding Henry Glen Charges for Storage William Simmons Samuel Hodgdon Simmons reports that Henry Glen, member of congress from New York, sent charges to accountant's officer against United States for storage of military stores at his store at Schenectady, New York. Asks Hodgdon if articles are still in Glen's possession and what agreement has been made.
April 12, 1799 Expresses Concern about Delivery of Medicines and Hospital Stores Samuel Hodgdon Michael G. Houdin Forwards to Col. Evin Stevens medicine and hospital stores to Niagara. Has written to Rivardi so he is apprised of their arrival. Requests that as soon as Hoduin receives them, he ship them to Schenectady. Fears damage or embezzlement along the route. Has directed Stevens to write with receipt of acknowledgment.
September 10, 1796 Transport to Oswego and Albany James McHenry Henry Glen Secretary of War James McHenry informs Henry Glen that Glen is responsible for providing the transportation of ninety troops to their post in western New York. Two thousand dollars will be remitted to Glen for this purpose.
July 11, 1798 Papers Related to Sundry Accounts Samuel Hodgdon James McHenry Hodgdon provides a detailed explanation of three papers submitted by Mr. Glen relating to sundry accounts.
January 20, 1796 Charges by Henry Glen for Storage William Simmons Samuel Hodgdon Concerning a charge that U.S. Congressman Henry Glen of New York made against the United States for storing military stores.
April 14, 1798 Printed List of Officers Horatio R. Dayton William Simmons Enclosed is a receipt for $2 for bounty paid. Dayton requests a list of officers in the Army. He did have one but gave it to Ensign Glynn at Schenectady.
June 27, 1800 Obliged to pay the enclosed certificate... Henry Glen Samuel Hodgdon Glen is obliged to pay a certificate for which he feels the War Department should be responsible.
October 23, 1799 Letter from the Accountant of the War Department William Simmons Henry Glenn Simmons informs Glenn that settlement was delayed because of the disorganized nature of his record keeping.
July 27, 1789 Cost of Transportation Between Posts Captain Joseph Brant Gilles Fondie A list of payments for transportation of articles between posts.
June 12, 1799 Medicine & Hospital Stores Not Yet Arrived at Niagara John Jacob Rivardi Samuel Hodgdon Rivardi laments that the medicine and hospital stores have yet to arrive at Niagara. He is especially alarmed because he heard from a boatman from Schenectady that the articles had left that place. He has requested the Accountant to make up the note drawn in favor of Dr. Brown.
September 5, 1798 Letter from the Accountant of the War Department William Simmons Porteous, Murdoch & Co. Simmons discusses payment of the garrisons at Oswego and Niagara with Messers Porteaus and Murdoch.
July 26, 1799 Letter from the Accountant of the War Department William Simmons Henry Glenn Simmons informs Glenn that his accounts with the Quartermaster Department are presently under review.
December 11, 1798 Clothing for the Posts of Oswego & Niagara Samuel Hodgdon Melancton Smith Hodgdon discusses the transportation of shipments of clothing intended for Oswego and Niagara.
August 13, 1800 Vouchers Required to Settle Accounts Peter Hagner Henry Glen No further advances to be made without settlement of existing accounts. To settle the accounts, vouchers required. Subject of letter from Glen to be dealt with by Simmons upon his return.
December 30, 1798 Command of a Troop of Horse Jacob Glen Alexander Hamilton Glen seeks Hamilton's support in obtaining the command of a Troop of Horse.
December 3, 1798 Packages of Clothing for the Troops at Oswego Samuel Hodgdon Michael G. Houdin Hodgdon informs Captain Houdin of Houdin's responsibility for seeing that the clothing for the troops at Oswego reach their final destination.
May 27, 1793 Commissioners request for money due to delay of treaty proceedings and payment of batteaux men Federal Commissioners Treaty at Sandusky Henry Knox Commissioners report that they paid and discharged their batteauxmen [boat operators]. Need more money because of delay in treaty proceedings. Request $461.75.