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May 19, 1800 Transporting Hamilton's Baggage Alexander Hamilton Aaron Ogden Hamilton's cook, Mr. Genti, is in charge of his baggage so Ogden is asked to have the baggage transported to camp without delay and provide a horse for Mr. Genti unless he declines it.
April 27, 1792 No Stores or Baggage! J. Hamill Samuel Hodgdon Hamill expresses his disappointment at not receiving the stores and baggage that he had written for. When he left Fort Washington Hodgdon knew perfectly well that he had no horses assigned to him for the purpose of conveying a single article. When Hodgdon assured him that if he wanted anything it would be attended to, he trusted his reliability. Now Hamill is at Fort St. Clair without stores or...
July 5, 1793 Payment for Transportation of Baggage to Pittsburg Samuel Hodgdon Andrew Michaux Payment of $25.13 to Andrew Michaux for transporting baggage to Pittsburg.
June 8, 1793 Drafts; Captain Prior's Baggage; Newspapers Samuel Hodgdon Isaac Craig Discusses draft in favor of Mr. Butler. Hopes Captain Prior's baggage will not long detain him. Mentions newspapers forwarded belong to James O'Hara. Respects to family.
[not available] Transport of Baggage and Supplies John Stagg William Knox Only one waggon and four horses required to transport Capt. Haskell's baggage, additional request for barrels of powder to Fort Pitt.
November 26, 1793 Major Cass' Baggage and Delivery of Sherry Wine Samuel Hodgdon Isaac Craig James Hamilton left Philadelphia for Pittsburg with Major Cass's baggage and quarter cask of sherry wine.
September 18, 1794 Wagon for Baggage & Prisoners Thomas Hutchins Samuel Hodgdon Huntchins wants a wagon for the purpose of transporting baggage and the prisoners of a detachment of recruits to Spring Garden.
January 20, 1795 Materials and Transport for Missionaries John Stagg Samuel Hodgdon Hodgdon asked to furnish transportation for baggage of missionaries Peter Janin and John Francis Rivet going to Pittsburgh for work with the Wabash and Illinois Indians.
March 8, 1794 Take Care of Baggage ordered to Philadelphia George Baynton Samuel Hodgdon Baynton assigns to Hodgdon's care as Quartermaster his baggage which has been ordered to Philadelphia.
October 4, 1798 Baggage Expenses; Extracts of Various Letters George Salmon James McHenry Submits expense report for transportation of baggage. Outlines their baggage needs during a campaign. Includes extracts from the Baltimore Intelligencer, a letter from Mr. Hindman, Charles Carroll, George Salmon, and Samuel Chase to McHenry on various topics.
November 12, 1794 Transporting the Baggage of Hutchins' Detachment John Stagg Samuel Hodgdon The Secretary of War has asked Hodgdon to transport the baggage of Lieutenant Hutchins' detachment which is ready to march to Pittsburgh. There will be sixty men including several convalescents.
December 16, 1796 Payment to Charles Selleck for Charter of Sloop on Lake Ontario James Bruff James McHenry Informs McHenry that he has written a bill for payment to Charles Selleck for charter of Sloop employed to transport detachment of troops and baggage from Oswego to Niagara.
November 29, 1796 Transporting the Baggage of the Western Indians John Stagg Samuel Hodgdon The Secretary of War directs Hodgdon to provide a wagon to transport the baggage of the Western Indians and their interpreter to Pittsburgh. They are eleven in number and an officer should accompany them.
March 4, 1799 Wagon in Which My Baggage is Being Sent John McKee Samuel Hodgdon McKee observes that he arrived at the post without any complaint against the horse other than his frequently stumbling during the journey. To allay his anxiety, he wants information by post of the wagon in which Mr. Harrison is forwarding his baggage
June 19, 1795 Pay for the hiring of a wagon for Major General Charles Scott baggage William Simmons Timothy Pickering Simmons certifies that $174 is due Major General Charles Scott, late of the Kentucky Mounted Volunteers, being the hire of a wagon to transfer his baggage from May 14 to July 10, 1794.
May 31, 1792 Request for Assistance Samuel Hodgdon Isaac Craig Requests Craig assist Armorer in getting "forward", transporting baggage, and assisting his family.
May 8, 1793 Baggage and goods belonging to Indians Henry Knox Samuel Hodgdon Knox asks that all the baggage and goods belonging to Indians under Captain Prior accompany them. Indians insist upon this.
December 26, 1793 Money; Journey to Philadelphia; Major Cass's baggage Isaac Craig Samuel Hodgdon Regrets that money did not arrive this post. If so, would have been sooner prepared for journey to Philadelphia. Drew on Hodgdon in favor of John Wilkins Junior $205. Hamilton the waggoner just arrived with Major Cass's baggage.
November 16, 1794 Horses Suitable to My Weight James Jones Samuel Hodgdon Jones has seen the horses discussed by Hodgdon and one of them will do well as a baggage horse but neither of them is equal to his weight. Because of the deepness of the roads, two horses will not be able to carry him and his baggage to his destination so he will need two more horses and a hired carriage.
June 22, 1793 Forwarding Money; Post at Wheeling; Indian Baggage Henry Knox Isaac Craig Reports that $5000 sent as requested. Directs suspension of erection of post at Wheeling because of state of waters. Laments late arrival Indian baggage.
June 4, 1792 Recruits to Lancaster John Stagg William Knox The Secretary of War has directed that the recruits currently In Philadelphia should march to Lancaster immediately. Knox is directed to furnish a four-horse wagon to transport their baggage.
December 30, 1792 Notification of Arrival at Fort Washington Caleb Swan Anthony Wayne Swan arrived at Fort Washington and planned to travel to Legion ville after his baggage arrived.
June 28, 1799 Expenses Samuel Hodgdon Isaac Craig Doesn't know cost of transporting W. King's baggage, but authorized a, "reasonable sum". Enclosed bill of articles forwarded to C. Lyman. Clothing order to be assembled and sent shortly.
October 23, 1796 Supply order to Isaac Craig for General Wilkinson's Baggage to Philadelphia Campbell Smith [not available] Request for horses from Lt Campbell Smith, Aide de Camp for General James Wilkinson, for the purpose of transporting Gen Williamson's baggage from Pittsburg to Philadelphia.
May 17, 1800 Army Supplies, Quarters, and Pay Alexander Hamilton Aaron Ogden Notification that Hamilton will send his baggage forward to Elizabethtown with a servant, and requested that Odgen take appropriate measures to have the bags picked up and moved to camp along with having a horse prepared and waiting for Hamilton at Powles Hook.