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March 29, 1799 Certification of payments; John Foncin for services drawing plates of a book on artillery William Simmons James McHenry Certification of payments; $56 to John Foncin for services drawing plates of a book on artillery, conformably to letter from Secretary of War.
July 7, 1794 Funds for Mounting and Equipping the Artillery at Norfolk Joseph Howell Edward Carrington The Treasurer will remit to Carrington, Supervisor at Richmond, $1,500 to be transmitted to Daniel Bedinger, Agent for the fortifications at Norfolk, for the expense of mounting and equipping the artillery.
May 4, 1787 Filling of Order for Horse Harness Articles William Price Major Moodie Sends requested horse harness, listing the items in detail, including collars and artillery horse chains.
June 13, 1795 Mounting the Artillery at Charleston Daniel Stevens William Simmons Stevens has paid the sum of $1,400 for mounting the artillery at Charleston.
June 7, 1793 Discussion of Field Artillery, Including Cannon Required A Fenner Henry Knox Letter, discusses corps of artillery; asks for brass field pieces; mentions foreign affairs.
September 19, 1794 A reply to Smith's letter; attack on the magazine at Frederick; escorts for artillery; Alexander Hamilton Samuel Smith Hamilton expresses satisfaction over the contents of Smith’s letter of September 16th, regarding an attack on the magazine at Frederick. 1,000 pairs of shoes have been ordered to Frederick, and more will follow. A previous letter mentioned the detachment of a lieutenant and 40 Continental soldiers to escort the artillery of the Virginia and Maryland militia. To that Hamilton adds a Colonel and...
July 23, 1795 Account of Nathaniel Richards, agent for mounting artillery at New London and Groton William Simmons Timothy Pickering Simmons certifies that $44.42 is due Nathaniel Richards being the balance of his account as agent for mounting the artillery at New London and Groton Connecticut, from April 17th to December 15th 1794.
September 29, 1797 Directing letters from Mississippi James McHenry David Henley Encloses a list of artillery and military stores, and directs letters from the Mississippi to be carefully forwarded.
December 9, 1800 Request for Issue of Materials for Clothing Production Samuel Hodgdon John Harris Directs issue of numerous sets of "unmade" infantry and artillery clothing to Israel Whelen, the purveyor, that they may be made and then returned to the military storehouse.
November 7, 1800 Delivery of Powder for Proving Cannon Samuel Hodgdon John Harris Letter, directs delivery of powder to Major Lewis Tousard, inspector of artillery, for proving cannon.
July 16, 1794 Mounting the Artillery at Baltimore and Annapolis Joseph Howell George Gale The Treasurer will remit to Gale five hundred dollars to be transmitted to Samuel Dodge at Baltimore and $250 to be transmitted to John Randall at Annapolis, both for the purpose of mounting the Artillery.
August 9, 1794 Mounting the Artillery at Edenton Joseph Howell Samuel Tredwell The Treasurer will remit to William Polk, Supervisor of North Carolina, $500 to be transmitted to Treadwell for the purpose of mounting the artillery at Edenton.
December 6, 1799 Enclosed return of coats and vests supplied Ebenezer Stevens Samuel Hodgdon Encloses a return of the coats and vests to which he has supplied; mentions that there are about three hundred artillery coats on hand.
August 7, 1795 Monies allocated for the artillery William Simmons Timothy Pickering Informs the Secretary at War that Nathan Gorham has not disbursed monies allocated for the mounting of artillery. Asks the Secretary if Gorham should be ordered to make the designated payment or return the money forthwith.
June 10, 1791 Money for the Detachment of Artillery at West Point Joseph Howell George Fleming Howell transmits the sum of $831 to pay the arrearages of pay due the detachment of artillery stationed at West Point.
July 25, 1786 Status of the artillery Artificers; claims by Major Perkins Joseph Howell Samuel Hodgdon Mr. Pierce not being available, the author has opened the letter. The status of the artillery Artificers has not yet been resolved by Congress so no action can be taken on their claims. The claims by Major Perkins related to wood forage should properly be handled by Mr. Milligan.
November 7, 1799 Delivery of Clothing Samuel Hodgdon John Harris Orders to deliver uniforms to Artillery company.
July 9, 1794 Account of Hugh McDowell Joseph Howell Richard Harrison Certification of service and settlement of pay for Hugh McDowell, late mattross in Harrison's Artillery.
April 2, 1798 Regarding the use of Lieutenant James Triplett War Office Captain Thomas Truxtun Encloses letter with guidance which shows the use he is to make of Lieutenant James Triplett, an artillery officer at Fort Whetstone Point.
May 18, 1800 Reductions in Force Alexander Hamilton Philip Lightfoot General Orders regarding the discharge of officers and men who had been appointed or enlisted under the act to augment the Army, not to include Engineers, Inspectors of Artillery, and Inspectors of Fortifications.
June 5, 1795 Clothing for the Artillery Recruits Under Lt. Tallman John Stagg Samuel Hodgdon The contractor for furnishing the recruits at Trenton has been directed to provide private's suits, knapsacks, and canteens for the artillery recruits under Lieutenant Tallman.If there are no hats available, the clothing should be sent without them. The agent at Trenton should also provide tents to shelter the men since they do not have barracks.
July 16, 1794 Mounting the Artillery at George Town Joseph Howell [not available] The Secretary of War has directed a remittance to Brown of $250 through the hands of Daniel Stevens, Supervisor of South Carolina, for the purpose of mounting the Artillery.
December 19, 1795 Pay of Jerome Merlbrie director of Artillery Artificers William Simmons Timothy Pickering Simmons certifies that $306 is due Jerome Merlbrie for his pay as a director of Artillery Artificers from July through November 1795.
April 4, 1796 Account of William Stevenson William Simmons Richard Harrison Account of the United States with the estate of William Stevenson of Harrison's Artillery.
May 11, 1799 Specifications for Uniforms James McHenry Alexander Hamilton McHenry quotes Washington on the color of the cavalry's breeches (buff instead of white) and McHenry goes into some detail on the regulations related to the uniforms of artillery and infantry officers.