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Date Title Author Recipient Summary
June 4, 1794 Certification of John Sullivan John Sullivan Joseph Howell [Letter is mostly illegible] Enclosure certifies that Ensign John Sullivan did the duty as Quartermaster at Fort Franklin for six months in 1792.
June 29, 1786 Claim of Captain Sullivan John Pierce Colonel Oswald Letter to Col. Oswald concerning the unsuccessful claim of Capt. John Sullivan. Congress honored Pierce with an approbation of his conduct in the case, yet Sullivan continues to insist on the accuracy of his claim.
June 26, 1786 Claim of Captain Sullivan John Pierce John Sullivan Acknowledges the receipt of claims by Capt. John Sullivan, which Pierce is enclosing to Congress.
June 4, 1794 Certification for Ensign Sullivan John Sullivan Joseph Howell [Letter is illegible; gist is from enclosure from Jonathan Cass at Greenville, 05/03/1794.] Certification that Ensign John Sullivan did the duty of Quartermaster at Fort Franklin for two months in 1792.
June 6, 1786 Letter from the Commissioner of Army Accounts John Pierce John Sullivan Pierce informs Sullivan that his claim for pay and commutation was referred to Congress.
June 28, 1786 Revolt of the Pennsylvania Troops John Pierce Nathaniel Gorham Sullivan has submitted claims for pay and commutation, saying he was involved in an action involving a revolt of Pennsylvania Troops. Pierce requests verification.
May 13, 1794 Certification of John Sullivan as Quartermaster Thomas Hughes [not available] Certification that Ensign John Sullivan assumed the duties of Quartermaster to the garrison at Fort Franklin for eight months in 1792 and 1793.
June 29, 1786 Claim of Captain Sullivan John Pierce John Sullivan Writes Capt. John Sullivan in light of the enclosed act of Congress. Hopes that Sullivan is convinced that Pierce's conduct in respect to his claims was necessary, and that Pierce was not influenced by improper motives. Sullivan's claim was rejected.
October 14, 1788 Prospects for the New Government Henry Knox John Sullivan Knox expresses to Sullivan his hopes for the success of the government under the new Constitution.
October 16, 1787 Regarding letter written by John Sullivan to don Dieg de Gardoqui, the encargado de negotios of his most catholick majesty Henry Knox Josiah Harmar As a result of the letter written by John Sullivan to don Dieg de Gardoqui, the encargado de negotios of his most catholick majesty, Congress passed resolution that if Sullivan comes within federal territory, Harmar will seize and confine him and report to Knox.
November 21, 1786 Cited letter or document, John Sullivan to Henry Knox John Sullivan Henry Knox Letter, Citation only Cited in Knox to Sullivan, 02/07/1787.
October 14, 1788 Cited letter or document, John Sullivan to Henry Knox John Sullivan Henry Knox Letter, Citation only Cited in Sullivan to Knox, 10/20/1788.
February 27, 1788 Cited letter or document, Henry Knox to John Sullivan Henry Knox John Sullivan Letter, Citation only Cited in Knox to Sullivan, 04/09/1788.
January 24, 1787 Cited letter or document, John Sullivan to Henry Knox John Sullivan Henry Knox Letter, Citation only Cited in Knox to Sullivan, 02/07/1787.
September 16, 1789 Sullivan Recommends James Wheelock to Knox John Sullivan Henry Knox John Sullivan recommends James Wheelock, brother to the new president of Dartmouth College and son to the late president of that university. He has a liberal education, is faithful and industrious, and is qualifed for a position in the new federal government.
February 6, 1796 Compensation for the Citizens of Sullivan County David Henley Henry Knox The meritorious citizens of Sullivan County have not received just compensation for their service in the military line in 1793.
June 26, 1786 Claim of Captain Sullivan John Pierce Nathaniel Gorham Letter to the President of Congress, Nathaniel Gorham, concerning settlement of the claim of Capt. John Sullivan, late a member of the cavalry in Pennsylvania.
May 10, 1787 Recommendation of Captain William Morris John Sullivan Henry Knox Captain Wiliam Morris has been appointed by the State of Virginia to command the force destined for the western frontier. Sullivan attests to Morris's fidelity, courage, good conduct and knowledge of artillery gaained by serving on board American ships
June 19, 1786 Cited letter or document, John Sullivan to John Pierce John Sullivan John Pierce Cited in Pierce to Sullivan, 06/26/1786.
June 12, 1786 Cited letter or document, John Sullivan to John Pierce John Sullivan John Pierce Cited in Pierce to Sullivan, 06/26/1786.
October 20, 1788 Success of the New Government John Sullivan Henry Knox Sullivan joins Knox in his wishes for the success of the new government.
June 21, 1788 Adoption of the Constitution by New Hampshire John Sullivan Henry Knox Sullivan informs Knox that the new Constitution has been adopted at the convention convened by the State of New Hampshire.
May 21, 1787 New Hampshire: Send Delegates to the Convention Henry Knox John Sullivan Knox urges Sullivan to influence New Hampshire to send delegates to the [Constitutional Convention] so as to avoid the anarchy that seems inevitable under the current system of government.
December 19, 1787 Guidance on How to Deal with John Sullivan and the Designs of Secession Henry Knox Josiah Harmar Knox refers to John Sullivan. He gives guidance on the use of force in dealing with Sullivan. Says he should first represent the criminality of conduct and the intent of United States to prevent such audacious proceedings. If this is ineffectual, then use force to prevent the execution of design. Is well aware of delicacy of situation. Nevertheless, execute duty as far as may be practicable. If...
January 19, 1788 New Hampshire: Adopt the New Constitution! Henry Knox John Sullivan Knox urges Sullivan to use his influence to ensure that New Hampshire adopts the new Constitution because he feels that the addition of New Hampshire and Massachusetts to those states that have already adopted the document will guarantee its success.