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Date Title Author Recipient Summary
May 20, 1791 United States Account with Smith & Shepherd Edward Nixon Nicholas Eveleigh Balance due Smith & Shepherd for clothing and articles delivered.
February 25, 1792 Stock Clasp John Sheppard William Knox Sheppard wants Knox to send him a stock clasp for a pattern suit for the War Office.
May 20, 1790 Samuel Hodgdon's Receipt for Clothing Samuel Hodgdon John Stagg Return of clothing received of Smith & Sheppard for the use of the Levy Troops, Philadelphia May 20th 1791.
September 27, 1800 Burglary of the Superintendent's Office James Byers William Simmons It appears that the office of the Superintendent of Arms at Springfield has been broken open and considerable depredations made on his papers. This burlary occurred six to eight weeks ago but recently was leaked out by General Sheppard. The missing papers relate to charges brought against someone so Simmons should be wary of the authenticity of papers presented to him by that person.
January 25, 1787 Suppression of Insurgents Henry Knox Gouverneur Morris Knox tells Morris of the actions of General Sheppard and General Lincoln's forces as they sought to confront the insurgents during Shays' Rebellion.
August 1, 1794 Exoneration of Accountability of Lt. Campbell Smith Joseph Howell Campbell Smith Receipts have been received from Mr. Swan for the money transmitted to Lt. Smith for the pay of troops so Smith is exonerated from any accountability in the transaction.
October 14, 1798 Receipt for Simeon Smith Transmitted Jedediah Huntingdon William Simmons Encloses the receipt of Simeon Smith.
March 1, 1799 Reports Loss of Key to Mr. Smith's Store; Injury and Ruin of Stores Samuel Hodgdon William Nichols The key to Mr. Smith's store has not been returned. This will cost the US. Requests return of key. Smith is not entitled to the rent already received. He has removed stores for his own accommodation. Many articles injured; some ruined.
July 27, 1791 Smith appeals to Knox to authorize military leave for a brother William Smith Henry Knox Letter, due to family hardship Smith asks for leave for his brother, Captain Smith.
May 6, 1791 Scouts and Settlers Killed by Indians Col. David Sheppard Henry Knox Too few soldiers led to inadequate defense of frontier and Indians killed many scouts and settlers. Captain Kirkwood to provide accurate account of incident. Request for arms and ammunition.
April 9, 1792 Bushels of Lime John Smith Samuel Hodgdon Smith informs Hodgdon that he has procured 8 bushels of lime and would have sent more but it is so bad in quality that he would rather have sent none. Miten [?] would not trouble himself to go and would not send a hand to the hill and said he must have $15 a bushel for it. Smith would have lost a guinea rather than take it had it not been to oblige Hodgdon and had he not given his word to Mr....
June 3, 1796 Answers about Smith's account William Simmons Campbell Smith Simmons answers several of Smith questions regarding his account with the War Department and other matters.
January 27, 1797 Letter for David Henley regarding Captain Smith delinquent account and vouchers William Simmons David Henley Requests that Henley forward a letter to Captain Smith concerning Smith's accounting for money paid to him for the pay of Smith's company of militia
October 20, 1800 Simmons Requests that Smith Forward Important Papers of Elias B. Dayton William Simmons William S. Smith Simmons wrote to Elias B. Dayton regarding some original papers which are vital to the admission of his accounts. Dayton's reply informed Simmons that they are in Smith's possession and that Dayton asked Smith to transfer them. However, writes Simmons, Smith conceived that these papers were his vouchers for the orders which he drew, and as a result Smith did not feel he had the authorization to...
March 10, 1800 Keeping Col. Smith Out of Jail Alexander Hamilton William Burrows Hamilton applauds Burrows for not forcing the issue on Col. Smith's debt to the extent that he would have gone to jail, which would have ruined Smith. Hamilton seconds Col. Troup's advice to use anonymous names for the bail of Smith.
December 13, 1798 Unfounded Suspicions of Colonel Smith William Smith James McHenry An alternative to William Smith has been presented for the post of Lieutenant Colonel Commandant. Apparently Smith has been charged in the opinion of his fellow citizens with serious misconduct.
January 16, 1801 Matthew Smith's Account Cannot be Settled Without Further Receipts and Vouchers William Simmons Abraham Bradley Simmons informs Bradley that the accounts of Matthew Smith cannot be settled without receipts for the monies paid by him, and each item charged must be accompanied by a voucher of each person to whom these monies were paid.
March 19, 1799 Requests Immediate Move of Smith's Store, Return of Key Samuel Hodgdon William Nichols Requests information bout Smith's store, where Cassias stores were deposited, and asked for the return of the key. Smith considers the store on rent to the U.S. Considers rent until the sale of the ship. Requests move of business immediately.
August 6, 1798 An Order for Tents Samuel Hodgdon Peter Shoemaker Enclosed is an order on Major Bedinger for one horseman's and six common tents for the use of Lt. Shoemaker's men.
September 3, 1798 General Smith's Conversation James McHenry James A. Bayard Apparently General Smith, sitting at the President's table, stated that he wished that our envoys had given the French the money they demanded but General Smith denies the charge. Since Bayard was at the President's party, McHenry wants to know what he heard while General Smith was expressing his sentiments to several gentlemen.
April 3, 1799 Letter to William Smith Alexander Hamilton William Smith Smith acknowledges receipt of letter in Smith to Hamilton, 04/06/1799. The letter has not been found.
February 24, 1798 Letter Citation Amos Smith William Simmons Cited in Simmons to Smith, 04/03/1798. Simmons confirms receipt of Smith's affidavit.
December 3, 1798 Enclosed Receipt of Campbell Smith John Kilty William Simmons Encloses receipt for sum remitted to Lieutenant Campbell Smith.
November 13, 1799 RE Applications for Army Appointments and Promotions Campbell Smith Alexander Hamilton Routine applications for Army appointments and promotions.
May 22, 1800 Reaction to Col. Smith's Proposal John Adams Alexander Hamilton Adams encloses a letter from Lt. Col. William S. Smith to which he requires Hamilton's reaction. Smith asks that his brigade, which has been dismissed, be taken to fill up the second regiment of the Artillerists and Engineers which is currently vacant.