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Date Title Author Recipient Summary
May 17, 1787 Trial for passing altered certificate postponed Joseph Howell Dr. Isaac Bronson Trial for passing altered certificate postponed until July 1788. Mr. Pierce requested that Howell inform Bronson, as his evidence is of much importance in the getting a conviction. Is sorry for misfortune experienced lately.
April 30, 1787 On the trial for passing of altered certificates John Pierce Joseph Howell Asks for delivery of confidential letter to Mr. Osgood. Refers to postponement of trial for person accused of passing altered certificates. Bronson must appear as evidence in July. Asks that Howell let Bronson know this.
May 24, 1787 Regarding the trial for passing of altered certificates Joseph Howell Thomas Smith The trial of the person confined in Smith's jail has been postponed until July. Pierce cannot attend; therefore has requested that Howell be present a the time appointed. Asks about the date of the trial.
June 24, 1787 Lameness prevents Dr. Bronson from attending trial at Philadelphia J. Bronson Caleb Swan Makes mention of his requested presence at trial of person confined for passing counterfeit certificates. Bronson's evidence is requested. He says he would be happy to attend, but his lameness renders it improbable that he can be at Philadelphia so soon. Will probably be a month before he can walk a step.
1793 Creeks' War with White People John Boggs Hanging Maw Mr. McGillivray is dead and the Creeks are passing by on the way to war. If they make war on white people, it should be on the people of Georgia and not on those of our land.
May 30, 1799 Nine Months Pay Due this Garrison, Etc. John Jacob Rivardi Alexander Hamilton In addition to references to repairs at Fort Niagara and the people on boats passing the fort, Rivardi complains about overdue pay and and being afflicted by "the Ague" which will torment him until he can be transferred to another station.
July 15, 1790 Regarding Alexander McGillivray and the Creek chiefs passing through Philadelphia Thomas Mifflin Henry Knox Knox can assure President Washington that, if Alexander McGillivray and the Creek chiefs pass through Philadelphia on their way to New York, they will receive every proper attention.
July 3, 1790 Colonel McGillivray and principal chiefs of Creek Nations, passing through Philadelphia Henry Knox Thomas Mifflin Colonel Alexander McGillivray and principal chiefs of Creek Nations, are to be passing through Philadelphia on their way to New York. President Washington desires that they experience every proper civility and kindness.
December 14, 1796 Request for Certification of Service Marinus Willett William Simmons Commanded Infantry Regiment from State of New York, requested certificate that states such fact. Mentioned passing the certificate along through the post if it was safe, or use a member of the senate that resides in Wilmington and could carry the certificate.
September 2, 1795 My Accounts with the War Department Daniel Stevens William Simmons Stevens announces that his accounts with the War Department have been transmitted to the Commissioner of Revenue to be adjusted at the Comptroller's Office. He has been directed to render his quarterly accounts for 1795 to Tench Francis, purveyor of public supplies.
April 12, 1799 Passing the Galley Through the Rapids, Etc. Isaac Craig Samuel Hodgdon The master builder of the galley completed in Pittsburgh has been paid agreeable to the contract. It should be impressed on the Secretary of War the propriety of taking advantage of the current season for the galley to pass through the rapids. There are still a number of items that are needed for the galley.
May 21, 1787 Regarding Doctor Bronson's attendance at trial on passing of altered certificate Joseph Howell John Pierce Encloses continuation of registers to the loan officer of Virginia. Has written to Doctor Bronson. Fears that Bronson will not be able to attend trial. Cannot make use of his leg, which has been set twice.
August 26, 1786 Counterfeited certificates John Pierce Robert Treat Paine Letter from the Commissioner of Army Account concerning the case against several individuals involved in the passing of counterfeited certificates.
May 3, 1800 Passing Through the Small Pox, Etc. Constant Freeman Samuel Hodgdon Freeman has received the General Orders relative to the clothing. He hopes that Hodgdon's children have passed through the smallpox safely. Freeman's child is not yet born. Freeman and his family are in good health.
September 30, 1794 Missed Passing Information to Sec. of Treasury Tench Coxe Samuel Hodgdon Received a request to forward supplies for the militia army to the Secretary of War, but the Secretary of Treasury had already departed. Is anxious to fulfill assigned duties. Requests attention to the needs of the Secretary of the Treasury.
October 6, 1798 Affects of Disease on Sundry Locations, Etc. Samuel McLane Samuel Hodgdon Amidst a discussion of sundry supply matters, McLane says that he is pleased to hear that Hodgdon has been seen passing in apparent health through the streets of Philadelphia where so much disease and death have prevailed. Despite a few cases and some mortality, he thankfully reports that for the most part Germantown has escaped the ravages of disease.
April 30, 1793 Lee asks Knox about the safety of international travel Henry Lee Henry Knox Letter, discusses his plan to depart for France.
May 8, 1787 General John Stark accounts and a matter of counterfeit public securities Charles Stark John Pierce Asks for copies of father's [presumably General John Stark] accounts. Has written before with no action. Mentions matter of Eliphalit Norris, who took to passing counterfeit public securities. His father, Captain Norris, sustains a fair and unblemished reputation.
June 20, 1786 Letter from the Commissioner of Army Accounts John Pierce John Winslow Pierce's intentions in regards to a forged securities and his plans for apprehending the forger (an officer) of a particular note. Also mentions a person he has confined in jail for passing forged securities.
August 1789 Brooks solicits a federal appointment from Knox J Brooks Henry Knox Letter, asks for federal appointment.
December 25, 1797 Description of Attack on Indians Edward Price [not available] Description of attack on Indians on 22 December 1797. One Indian was killed; two others were seriously wounded, one of which was Bird Trail, an influential Creek chief. Col. Hawkins, Indian Superintendent, left to determine the damage.
August 5, 1799 Hamilton's Version of an Apology Alexander Hamilton James McHenry Hamilton admits that if there was anything in his recent general order that imputes to the Secretary of War ignorance or inattention, it ought not to have been there. The letter to Captain Frye was, in Hamilton's view, irregular and should have been addressed to Major Hoops. It seems that McHenry has overlooked the inconsistency of what was done with his instructions and overlooking a fault is...
June 20, 1786 Letter from the Commissioner of Army Accounts regarding counterfeiting John Pierce Governor Josiah Bartlett Circular letter regarding forged securities. Contains a description of a person suspected of passing the counterfeit notes, a shoemaker and tanner. Requests information on the suspected forger.
December 9, 1787 Account of People Emigrating to Kentucky Josiah Harmar Henry Knox Lists numbers of people, boats, horses, wagons, cattle, sheep, and hogs passing along the river bound for Kentucky.
April 11, 1789 Parsons discusses land warrants with Knox Samuel H Parsons Henry Knox Letter, discusses land warrants; discusses safe passage of Western Territory Judges.