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Date Title Author Recipient Summary
August 22, 1794 Letter Citation William Bradford Alexander Hamilton Cited in Bradford to Hamilton, 08/23/1794
September 13, 1794 Account Respecting Certain Horses William Bradford Samuel Hodgdon Bradford needs to arrange accounts respecting certain horses that he purchased during his journey to the westward.
November 17, 1794 Amnesty for Whiskey Rebels Alexander Hamilton William Rawle Hamilton lists the individuals to will not be subject to Washington's general proclamation of amnesty for the Whiskey Rebels: David Bradford; Edward Cook; Daniel Hamilton; Benjamin Parkinson; John Holcroft; Richard Holcroft; William McKinley; William Southerland; Alexander Fulton; John Mitchel; William Bradford; Thomas Spiers.
March 24, 1795 Letter Submitted for Approval Timothy Pickering George Washington Enclosed draft of letter to Gov. Blount. Approval submitted by Wolcott, Bradford, and Randolph.
January 7, 1797 Balance Due Joseph Hackney, soldier in the late Captain Bradford's Company 1st US Regiment William Simmons James McHenry Certification that $40 is due Joseph Hackney , late a soldier in the late Captain Bradford's Company 1st US Regiment, being the balance due him per Abstract C No. 339.
August 23, 1794 Letter from the Attorney General William Bradford Alexander Hamilton The Attorney General writes Secretary Hamilton with vague points about the Whiskey Rebellion. Bradford is pleased that John Jay appears to be making peace with the British.
June 29, 1796 Pay of Pursuers of David Bradford William Simmons James McHenry Simmons certifies that $361.32 is due Henry and William Jolly, James Ryan, Thomas Miller and William Boggs for their services in pursuit of David Bradford by order of Henry Lee, Commander of the Army sent to quell the insurgents west of the Allegheny Mountains.
August 5, 1794 Cabinet Meeting on the Whiskey Rebellion [not available] George Washington Secretaries Hamilton and Knox recommend that President Washington meet with them tomorrow morning on the topic of the Whiskey Rebellion. Secretaries Randolph and Bradford are not in town, and so will not be able to attend.
March 31, 1794 Advertisement Promulgated to the Citizens of Kentucky Joseph Howell John Bradford Howell submits an advertisement to John Bradford, printer, to be promulgated to the citizens of Kentucky regarding the intentions of the Government to promptly reward them for their services.
March 31, 1794 Money to Discharge the Arrears of the Kentucky Militia Joseph Howell Peter January Because certain arrears of the Militia of Kentucky have been refused discharge payment by William Morton, an advertisement has been transmitted to be published in Mr. Bradford's paper.
February 6, 1801 Certification of payment; John Bradford, Printer at Lexington Kentucky, for printing proposals for the supply of rations in the U.S. Army William Simmons Samuel Dexter Certification of payment; $18 to John Bradford, Printer at Lexington Kentucky, for printing proposals in the Kentucky Gazette, for the supply of rations in the U.S. Army and orders for officers to report themselves to General Wilkinson.
May 7, 1788 Stores Ready to be Delivered William Price Henry Knox Informs the Secretary at War that the stores which he inquired about are ready to be delivered to Captain Bradford.
June 2, 1794 Missing Document William Bradford Henry Knox No Image.
May 30, 1794 Missing Document Henry Knox William Bradford No image.
June 30, 1794 Right of Neutral Navigation Edmund Randolph Alexander Hamilton Randolph notifes Hamilton, Knox, and Bradford that Denmark and Sweden have acknowledged the right of neutral navigation. He wonders if it would be advantageous for the President to send a commission to Europe to ascertain whether Mr. Jay should form a concert with those two nations in the pursuit of that principal with Britain and others.
May 27, 1791 Ten Lottery Tickets, Etc. Josiah Harmar Joseph Howell General Harmar wants Howell to buy him ten New York Lottery tickets and send him the numbers thereof. Captains Asheton, Bradford, and Mc Curdy should send the returns of clothing of the men discharged in 1788 and 1789 but the men who allege that they are due arrearages of clothing are not to be credited.
December 12, 1787 John P. De Haas discusses army accounts with Joseph Howell John P. de Haas Joseph Howell J.P. De Haas asks for Joseph Howell's assistance in reconciling an outstanding account with Colonel Williams.
May 4, 1789 Morrow's Account Closed, Cost of Transporting Troops and Stores to Reading, Pennsylvania William Price Henry Knox Having received Knox's letter of April 1, Price has closed Morrow's account for repairing and cleaning stands of arms, and he encloses a duplicate receipt for the same. Price forwards by Ketchum some stores that Knox requested. He encloses an account of the money received and expended in transporting stores and men from New York and West Point to Reading, Pennsylvania, with receipts from Captain...
August 8, 1794 Orders for the suppression of the Whiskey Insurrection Henry Knox James Ross The President authorizes Ross, Yeates, and Bradford to take whatever measures necessary to suppress the Whiskey Rebellion in two counties of western Pennsylvania.
January 14, 1790 Officer information Samuel Toms George Thatcher Information on various officers, from an exchange (the same day) with Joseph Howell.
October 20, 1797 Deductions from Pay Roll, with Details William Simmons Alexander Gibson Pay roll issued to Gibson and detachment under his command was examined and deductions were taken from pay of William McNeal, James Morgan, Robert Allison, Felix McFarlan, Bradford Stewart, Pittsberger Huffman, and Craig. Balance of $376.40 Gibson will receive from Edward Carrington. Pay of George Oliver withheld; Simmons cited poor judgment by Oliver in regards to orders given to him by Capt....
March 31, 1794 Request for a passport [not available] Unknown Recipient Cabinet meeting concludes that a passport ought to be granted to the petitioners.
July 22, 1786 Claim presented by Colonel Grayson Gust. Wallace William Grayson Letter to Colonel William Grayson, on the subject of claims.
April 2, 1794 Cabinet meeting on a passport request [not available] Unknown Recipient Washington's Cabinet gives the opinion that a passport ought to be granted for a particular vessel in question, with appropriate restrictions.
January 14, 1790 Pay claims Joseph Howell George Thacher Letter from the Paymaster General to Massachusetts Representative George Thatcher pertaining to various pay issues and claims.