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Date Title Author Recipient Summary
February 3, 1790 Receipt of clothing for Corps of Artillery Henry Knox [not available] Reciept of clothing for Corps of Artillery.
June 28, 1793 Indian Accounts; Shipments of Clothing Samuel Hodgdon Isaac Craig Will advise on what will be done with Indian accounts. Encloses invoice of clothing. Mentions shipment of cavalry and infantry clothing.
October 16, 1794 Questions Inspection of Artillery Clothing In New York, Philadelphia, and New England Tench Coxe Henry Knox Refers to letter about small parcel of artillery clothing and problems of inspection between New York and Philadelphia.
November 15, 1796 Transforming Infantry Clothing into Artillery Clothing, Etc. John Harris Samuel Hodgdon Articles of infantry clothing can be appropriated to make up the deficiency in artillery clothing in Colonel Rochefontaine's return if the buttons are changed. They are in the hands of the Contractor and should be ready soon. The other articles required are in the stores including: drums, wooden shells, brass shells, sets of heads, receipt books, and stationery.
July 24, 1798 Delivery of Clothing Pattern James McHenry John Harris Orders to deliver pattern artillery coat and uninspected coat.
November 20, 1800 Purchase of Coat Buttons for Artillery Uniforms Samuel Hodgdon Israel Whelen Letter, directs purchase of coat buttons for Artillery uniforms.
June 6, 1799 Men Destitute of Clothing Daniel Jackson Alexander Hamilton Daniels complains that while the clothing for the infantry appears to be available the artillery is destitute. If the officers of the recruiting service had complied with orders to take the clothing from the recruits, the men would now be naked in garrison which would render it difficult to maintain military discipline.
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, 1799 Delivery of Clothing Samuel Hodgdon John Harris Orders to ship uniforms for Littlefield's Artillery company.
December 5, 1800 Request for Issue of Artillerists' Clothing to New York Recruiter Samuel Hodgdon John Harris Directs issue of artillery privates' clothing to a recruiting officer in New York City.
December 11, 1791 Clothing, Etc. John Armstrong Samuel Hodgdon Armstrong fears that Hodgdon will be disappointed in not receiving the clothing mentioned in his recent letter. Armstrong has some of the clothing, shirts and shoes, but it is not marked so it is impossible to tell which is for the levies and which is for the artillery. Since he has no invoice he is not willing to part with them.
May 7, 1792 Clothing for Elliott's Men John Stagg William Knox Knox is directed to issue to Lt. Elliott , of the Artillery, two sergeants, and ten privates complete suits of clothing. He also needs a drum and fifte.
October 22, 1794 Clothing Delivery Henry Knox Samuel Hodgdon Transport of military clothes to delivery point along route to Pittsburgh; mentions recruiting service. Deliver to Col Mentges.
June 29, 1793 Delivery of clothing and payment of drafts Samuel Hodgdon James O'Hara Since Hodgdon's embarkation, has not had a line from him. Reports on delivery of cavalry, infantry and artillery clothing. Packages have been marked to prevent confusion. Mentions payments; drafts to Major Craig and the forwarding of newspapers.
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.
August 16, 1793 Enclosed Money for Quartermaster's Department Samuel Hodgdon Isaac Craig Enclosed money for Quartermaster's Department by order of Sec. of War. Details on shipping clothing and equipment for artillery and cavalry.
July 7, 1788 Vouchers of pay and clothing due Sergeant Ephraim Dayton Jonathan Elmer Joseph Howell Encloses vouchers of pay and clothing due Sergeant Ephraim Dayton, late of Captain Hugg's artillery company. His indigence, infirm state of health, and distance, have prevented him from applying for final settlement.
February 13, 1795 The Men Suffer from Want of Clothing John Stagg Samuel Hodgdon Stagg quotes a letter from Lieutenant Dayton in which he emphasizes how much his men are suffering for want of clothing and blankets. There are several men who have no blankets to cover themselves with. A request was sent on January 5th for ten suits of artillery clothing to be sent to Elizabeth Town.
June 24, 1793 Shipments of Clothing to Commanders of Corps Samuel Hodgdon Isaac Craig Discusses contract for clothing. Gives recommendations on how to ship the clothing to its destinations, respective Corps, along with invoices. Wants to avoid packages shipping without knowledge of contents.
January 8, 1790 Articles of Clothing Needed William Price Henry Knox Price has counted the clothing which was sent to Peekskill by Captain Conklin. The following items are missing and are needed to make up complete suits for the artillery clothing: 1 blanket, 2 pair shoes, 20 stocks, 20 clasps. There are also 3 stocks missing out of the 35 suits of infantry. Price says the boxes do not appear to have been opened on their way to West Point.
October 18, 1800 Return Showing the Whole Amount of Clothing in Store John Harris [not available] Stores, return of clothing in store.
September 29, 1794 Pattern Clothing Tench Coxe Samuel Hodgdon It does not appear that the pattern clothing for the War Office is available for viewing at this time which is a concern since the time for closing contracts is approaching.
December 27, 1800 Purchase of Buttons for Artillery Uniforms Samuel Hodgdon Israel Whelen Letter, directs purchase of buttons for Artillery uniforms.
October 8, 1794 Requests Inspectors for Clothing, Shoes, Cannons, and Kentledge Tench Coxe Samuel Hodgdon Requests appointment of inspector of shoes and artillery clothing for contractor Mr. T. Reilly at New York. Also requests inspector for cannon ball and kentledge cast by J.J. Faesch.
November 3, 1797 Request for Delivery of Artillerists' Clothing to Baltimore Garrison William Jones John Harris Directs issue of artillerists' clothing to garrison at Baltimore.