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Date Title Author Recipient Summary
August 28, 1798 Your Opinion Respecting the Proposed Arrangements James McHenry Alexander Hamilton McHenry requests Hamilton's opinion regarding the proposed arrangements and swears him to secrecy regarding the contents of his recent letter.
January 16, 1799 Outlines Arrangements and Procedures for Draft Alexander Hamilton James McHenry Reports on requested draft. Outlines fundamental arrangements and provisions. Mentions proper procedures for the Commander-in-Chief.
November 30, 1798 New Army Arrangements Samuel Hodgdon Isaac Craig Among sundry supplty and transportation concerns, Hodgdon comments on the arrangement of the new Army and wonders how many men will be affected by it.
1799 Recruiting Arrangements Unknown Author [not available] A discussion of the arrangements made for recruiting,.
July 18, 1797 Arrangements for Treaty Negotiations Robert Morris James McHenry Morris notifies McHenry that arrangements must be made immediately for the treaty negotiations with the Indians on August 20.
August 24, 1791 Horses and Transport of Supplies Arthur St. Clair Wilkes No one arrived to make arrangements for transportation of contractor's supplies, so the letter writer did it himself. Mr. Ernest appears to have duplicated his arrangements.
June 6, 1799 Letter, Type Undetermined, James Wilkinson to Alexander Hamilton James Wilkinson Alexander Hamilton Letter, informs re travel arrangements.
April 19, 1799 Agricultural Arrangements Must Give Way to National Affairs John Mackey Samuel Hodgdon Mackey asks Hodgdon to use his influence with the Secretary of War to get him to insist on Mr. Brindley's compliance with the order that his agricultural arrangements must give way to national affiairs.
October 2, 1799 Suggests Arrangements for Additional Vessels to Carry Artillery Benjamin Stoddert James McHenry Announces that the brig Scammel is in New York and will convoy vessel shipping guns to Fort Adams. Suggests making arrangements for an additional vessel.
May 8, 1799 Regarding Contracting Arrangements for Cartridge Box & Belt Order James McHenry Jeremiah Wadsworth Discusses the contracting arrangements for the manufacture of a large order of cartouche boxes and belts
August 25, 1784 Questions regarding logistical arrangements Timothy Pickering Joseph Carleton Questions regarding logistical arrangements for the support of the commissioners going to Lake Erie to conduct a treaty with the Indian nations.
November 23, 1791 Arrangements for Overalls Robert Barr Samuel Hodgdon Requesting a pair of overalls. Makes arrangements to deliver item and pay for them before Colonel Darke departs.
August 26, 1799 Continuing Operations during Yellow Fever Epidemic Robert McCormick Samuel Hodgdon R McCormick unsigned query to Samuel Hodgdon regarding his contract for arms. He asked what arrangements have been made during the Yellow Fever for proving of the barrels, inspecting arms, paying the accounts and whether he may be indulged with horsemen's tents to make an encampment for the workmen at the factory.
October 24, 1795 Arrangements for Absence from Command Timothy Pickering Anthony Wayne Notification that papers and treaty delivered to the President. Pickering believed that Wayne should make all arrangements for his absence from command at Greene Ville to visit friends.
July 3, 1788 Reiteration of Wadsworth's Responsibility for Money Arrangements Henry Knox Jeremiah Wadsworth Admits he did not receive Wadsworth's latest letter until July 3, and could not get this letter sent immediately. Reiterates Wadsworth's responsibility to make arrangements "respecting the money," and hopes to see him in person before his upcoming departure. Mentions again Virginia's ratification of the Constitution.
April 20, 1797 Quartermaster Department Arrangements for Transportation of Supplies John Wilkins, Jr. James Wilkinson Deals with Quartermaster Department affairs, including arrangements for freight transport by water and by wagon road, to serve various frontier posts.
April 20, 1797 Discussion of Arrangements for Supply of Western Posts John Wilkins, Jr. James Wilkinson Discusses arrangements for freight transport as it pertains to supplying specific posts, including Pittsburgh, Oswego, and Forts Randall and Franklin.
August 27, 1796 Rule of Seniority Used to Designate New Arrangements of Legion and Cavalry James McHenry Anthony Wayne McHenry gave details of new arrangements of legion and cavalry as designated by the President of the United States. Promotions of officers included.
April 27, 1799 Arrangements Made for Manufacture & Shipping of Cartridge Boxes Jeremiah Wadsworth James McHenry Discusses arrangements he has made, per McHenry's instructions, for the manufacture and shipment of a large order of cartouche boxes and belts;
June 10, 1796 Acceptance of Appointment as Quartermaster General John Wilkins, Jr. James McHenry Wilkins accepts his appointment as Quartermaster General in the Legion of the United States. Refers to the money arrangements of that department.
April 26, 1796 Discussion of Frigate Building and Mail Captain Thomas Truxtun Josiah Fox Letter, asks for info regarding the building the Frigates; discusses mail.
September 11, 1792 Arrangements for Paying the Army Henry Knox Anthony Wayne Knox discusses the arrangements for the pay of General Wayne's army
December 24, 1799 Funeral Arrangements in Honor of George Washington William North Unknown Recipient Orders of Alexander Hamilton regarding the funeral arrangements to be made at all military stations and offices of the Army in honor of the late General George Washington.
May 23, 1799 Arrangements & Accounting for Delivery of Cartridge Boxes to 13th Regiment James McHenry Jeremiah Wadsworth Discusses arrangements and accounting for the delivery of 680 cartouche boxes to the 13th Regiment.
April 3, 1797 Reports Involvement in Indian Arrangements; Concern for French James Ross James McHenry Reports summon of General Gibson to discuss Indian arrangements. Expresses concern about the French crossing borders. Ross recommends General John Gibson as the United States' representative for future work with the Indians and discusses France's ability to win over the Indians in the Northwest territory.