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Date Title Author Recipient Summary
May 7, 1793 Lear conveys the directions of the President to Knox Tobias Lear Henry Knox Letter, President directs that a Frenchman with Wabash Indians be given boots and stockings.
October 9, 1794 Enclosed letter of credit Alexander Hamilton Ephrain Blaine Encloses a letter of credit upon Alexander J. Dallas for three or four thousand dollars. Requests that he advance to Richard Howell, Governor of New Jersey, the sum of $2000. James Gamble also needs about 20 dozen pairs of stockings.
October 9, 1794 Enclosed letter of credit Alexander Hamilton Ephrain Blaine Encloses a letter of credit upon Alexander J. Dallas for three or four thousand dollars. Requests that he advance to Richard Howell, Governor of New Jersey, the sum of $2000. James Gamble also needs about 20 dozen pairs of stockings.
October 2, 1795 Transportation of Supplies John Park Samuel Hodgdon Upon examining original invoice delivered by M. Slough, discrepancy in number of blankets and cavalry stockings was made when numbers were copied from original invoice. Clothing forwarded to Fort Washington and should reach destination in time due to good water conditions.
November 20, 1799 Officers under command of Colonel Rice Nathan Rice Alexander Hamilton Following General Hamilton's orders, Col. Nathan Rice encloses a list of the officers under his command arranged according to the date of their appointment. Briefly discusses supplies such as socks, stockings, and shoes.
October 25, 1787 Joseph Howell discusses army accounts with William Williams Joseph Howell William Williams Joseph Howell discusses the accounts of clothing charged against Colonels De Haas and Williams.
December 14, 1795 Stores Military Clothing in Philadelphia John Harris Samuel Hodgdon A 1796 return of stores of military clothing in Philadelphia.
[not available] Estimate of Clothing for 1797 [not available] [not available] Estimate of clothing for 1797
May 11, 1798 Estimate of Clothing for an Army of 20,000 Men Samuel Hodgdon [not available] Detailed estimate of clothing needed for an army of 20,000 men.
November 20, 1798 Return of Clothing to November 20th S. Libby [not available] A return of clothing to the 20th of November 1798.
October 18, 1796 Estimate of Clothing contracted for the year 1797 James McHenry [not available] Estimate of clothing contracted for the year 1797 received from the War Office
1800 Statement of Cost of Certain Garments Comprising a Suit of Infantry Clothing Alexander Hamilton [not available] Statement of the cost of the individual pieces of clothing and accessories which comprise a suit of infantry clothing, at current material prices.
September 28, 1785 Price Reports to Knox on Clothing and Equipment shortages William Price Henry Knox William Price, Deputy Commissary of Military Stores, reports to Henry Knox, Secretary at War, on the clothing and equipment necessary to outfit the Connecticut troops now arrived at West Point. Price indicates that previously supplied camp kettles will not hold water and lamp oil was received instead of gun oil.
October 22, 1792 Contract for Supplying War Department with Clothing for the Army Alexander Hamilton [not available] Copy of contract between Alexander Hamilton and William Young and George Dannacker, contractors, for supplying clothing to War Department for the Army. Describes procedures for inspection of quality. Schedule of articles are for infantry and cavalry.
April 16, 1786 Return of the men deserted from a detachment of the First American Regiment Edward Spear Samuel Hodgdon Return of the men deserted from a detachment of the First American Regiment commanded by Lieutenant Colonel Josiah Harmar, includes their name, age, height, complexion, trade, place of birth, clothing taken with them, and their date of enlistment.
December 8, 1800 Return of Clothing Made and Unmade in the Public Stores at Philadelphia John Harris Samuel Hodgdon Stores, return of uniforms made up and unmade at Philadelphia.
April 5, 1799 Rules and Regulations Respecting the Recruting Service James McHenry [not available] These are the thirty seven rules and regulations for the recruiting service including the prohibition of recruiting individuals who are intoxicated or who are Negroes, Mulattoes, or Indians. Included is a sample of an enlistment document.
October 18, 1800 Return Showing the Whole Amount of Clothing in Store John Harris [not available] Stores, return of clothing in store.
November 15, 1800 Return of Clothing in Store John Harris Samuel Hodgdon Stores, informs on uniforms in Philadelphia stores.
[not available] Invoice of Stores Sent to the Militia [not available] [not available] Invoice of clothing, arms, accoutrements, camp equipment, ammunition, etc. sent from Philadelphia for the use of the militia in 1794.
July 23, 1800 Duplicate Returns of Quartermasters Stores for the Dept of War in Tennessee [not available] [not available] Inspection returns for sundry items for use of troops of from posts at Southwest Point and Tellico in Tennessee.
January 25, 1798 Suggested Changes to Regulations John Francis Hamtramck James McHenry Hamtramck's changes to the regulations sent by McHenry. The regulations relate to command structure, the sick and medicine, arms, goods, appearance, ammunition exercises, absentees, garrison books, returns, fortifications,
1794 Account of Articles returned by the Militia on the late Expedition against the Insurgents. Samuel Hodgdon [not available] Stores, list of articles returned by the Militia after the expedition against the Whiskey Rebellion Insurgents.
July 18, 1799 Account of John Chisholm Stephen Hillis [not available] Accounts of John Chisholm relating to travel and other expenses of delegations of Cherokee, Creek, Choctaw, Chickasaw, and other tribes to the United States.
April 25, 1783 Payment of Soldiers General William Irvine [not available] Extract of orders, noting that privates in the infantry of the Continental service receive on account of their pay one half dollar specie per week and the non-commissioned officers and privates of these corps in the same proportion. Mr. Rose will pay the troops of the garrison until a properly authorized person is appointed. Irvine requests that a commissioned officer from each company attend the...