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Date Title Author Recipient Summary
April 26, 1800 Removal of Stores From One Place to Another Alexander Hamilton James Wilkinson Hamilton believes that the QM general does not necessarily have to receive the approbation of the principal officer under whom he serves to move stores from once place to another but must do so when moving stores from a magazine.
July 12, 1794 Ordnance Henry Knox Samuel Hodgdon Method for purchases of ordnance and armor. Mr. Nicholson to be superintendent, pending the President's approbation.
December 10, 1793 Vigilent Attention to the Welfare of the United States George Washington United States Senate The President thanks the Senate for their approval of his re-electiion and for their approbation of his proclamation. He promises to continue his vigilent attention to the welfare of the United States.
July 4, 1798 Certification of Military Service E. Starr Samuel Hodgdon Encloses a certificate that testifies to the service of Jonathan Phillips as a Lieutenant in the Corps of Artificers during the Revolutionary War, at which time he served with "faithfulness and approbation".
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 25, 1793 The Ships "William" and "Snow Suckey" Thomas Jefferson Alexander Hamilton "Thomas Jefferson has the honor to submit the correction & approbation of the Secretaries of the Treasury & War, the enclosed drafts of letters to the French minister on the subject of the ship 'William' & others in her situation & to Mr. Hammond & Mr. Pinckney on the subject of the 'Snow Suckey.'"
August 17, 1796 Illegible Document George Washington James McHenry This letter in Washington's hand is largely illegible.
April 2, 1800 Certification of payment; Edmund Winchester, Contractor of Boston for materials purchased for repairing barracks at Castle William Island, previously rejected, having been purchased without approbation of Secretary of War William Simmons James McHenry Certification of payment; $89.44 Edmund Winchester, Contractor of Boston for materials purchased for repairing barracks at Castle William Island, previously rejected, having been purchased without approbation of Secretary of War, admitted in consequence of orders from General Hamilton.
December 5, 1796 Return of the Navy Yard at Boston Caleb Gibbs Samuel Hodgdon "Enclosed you have the return from the Navy Yard in this place for the month of November which I hope will meet your approbation."
August 12, 1794 Pattern for Hats Joel Gibbs Samuel Hodgdon Gibbs has made a pattern for the hats for the artillery which he hopes will meet with Hodgdon's approbation.
December 23, 1790 Proctor invites Knox to ceremony for the President Thomas Procter Henry Knox Letter, asks for attendance of New Years Day ceremony.
September 5, 1796 Return for the Navy Yard at Boston Caleb Gibbs Samuel Hodgdon "Enclosed you have the return from the Navy Yard in this place for the month of August 1796 which I hope will meet your approbation."
September 1, 1797 Approval of Correspondence with Wilkinson John Adams James McHenry John Adams approves James McHenry's correspondence to General Wilkinson.
February 26, 1800 Appointment of Lt. Col. Aaron Ogden Alexander Hamilton John Wilkins, Jr. Lt. Col. Aaron Ogden has been provisionally appointed, with the approbation of the Secretary of War, Deputy Quarter Master General. Wilkins is asked to sanction the appointment.
October 10, 1796 Return for September 1796 Caleb Gibbs Samuel Hodgdon Enclosed is the return for the Boston Navy Yard for the month of September 1796.
May 6, 1792 Recommendation for Morton William Morton Samuel Hodgdon Morton feels himself under obligation to Hodgdon and the other gentlemen who recommended him and trusts that his attention to Hodgdon's instructions will meet his approbation.
November 7, 1796 Return of the Navy Yard at Boston Caleb Gibbs Samuel Hodgdon Enclosed is the return of Boston Navy Yard for the month of October 1796.
February 5, 1798 Returns from the Navy Yard at Boston Caleb Gibbs Samuel Hodgdon Enclosed are the returns for the Navy Yard at Boston for the month of January 1798.
August 7, 1798 Questions on Payment of Reinlisted Men David Henley William Simmons Requests clarification on advanced pay issued to encourage reenlistment.
July 29, 1794 Regulation as to the Rations of the Officers of the Army Joseph Howell Henry Knox Enclosed for Knox's inspection and approbation is a proposed regulation regarding the rations of the Officers of the Army.
June 6, 1799 Letter, Type Undetermined, James Wilkinson to Alexander Hamilton James Wilkinson Alexander Hamilton Letter, informs re travel arrangements.
July 17, 1799 Accounts of Captain Chisolm will be Forwarded to the War Office for Inspection David Henley William Simmons Reports closing of account for Captain Chisolm, which he will forward to the War Department for inspection.
April 22, 1800 Extract from Instructions Given to Samuel Annin James McHenry Samuel Annin With the approbation of the President of the United States [Adams] Annin is appointed to succeed John Mackey as paymaster and storekeeper for the Arsenal, Magazine, and Armory at Harpers Ferry on the Potomac in Virginia. His salary will be $600 per annum and one ration per day with the necessary rooms for lodging and reasonable expenses incurred on journeys that involve public business.
July 3, 1790 The President's Approbation of Your Visit Henry Knox Alexander McGillivray Knox informs McGillivray of President Washington's satisfaction regarding the visit of the chiefs of the Creek Nation to the seat of government.
May 31, 1794 Pay of Winthrop Sargent as Adjutant General Joseph Howell Winthrop Sargent Even though Congress did not authorize, during Winthrop's time of service, the position of Adjutant General, the recognition of same is apparent by his appointment by the Secretary of War to that position and the approbation of Congress for his pay, subsistence, and forage.